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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER , 1929

THE i'vilCHIGAN

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THE iviICHiGAN DAILY RAO SEVEN

lII ITV I[ (OLIATE (IVES BADGERS ( P Dfn DE) [ATHLETICSOUTCLASS V1YEARLING FOOTBALL TEAM
U Ui LARDTUSSLE ATMADISOlN(Uo d Irm DI-Page Six) CONTINUE FUNDAMENTALS
TiurnhliTrilEhmke's 13th strikeout victim One
IIIluIf (Contined from Page Six) tIwn About 165 men have turned out
N Pfeel disconcerted in the leas. over i ILIU Philadephia AB R H PO A b for Frosh football this week. Al
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Coach Courtright Is Dissatisfied ing to find a center who will be as
With Showing Made by Team capable at starting plays as was
in Mt. Pleasant Game Clare Randolph, All-Western cen-
ter last year, who was lost to In-
DRILL ACINST FRESHMEN diana by graduation. Indiana is
1 Stagg's Maroons in Chicago Satur-
Dissatisfied with the work of his day afternoon despite the double
charges in their opener- at Mt. victory which the Windy City crew
Pleasant last Saturday Coach garnered last week.
Coutrwright sent his "B" team With the score 6-0 against them,
squad through the most intensive Wisconsin came back in the second
drill of the season yesterday after- [period to beat Colgate 13-6. The
noon on South Ferry Field. While Badgers were given an awful scare
various fraternity speedball teams but after a session in the dressing
were all but encroaching on the room came back with speed to
domain of the Wolverine gridders burn.
on the south and the band, over Hank Bruder's general ball car-
seventy strong, practicing forma- rying ability was the margin by
tions on the north the Junior Var- which Northwestern beat Butler,
ity gridders ran through two and 13-0. With more support from the
one-half hours of hard practice. rest of the Purple team, Hlank
Get New Plays should prove a serious menace to
After a short passing practice to the Badgers at Madison next Sat-
unlimber stiff muscles the "B" urday.
gridders were given a group of new Ohio State had little difficulty in
plays for the Wisconsin game this'bowling over Wittenberg, but
Saturday. should have its hands full next
Rehearsal both for the plays just i Saturday when they take on Iowa
received and old ones was afforded who rolled up a. 46-0 score against
the seconds a few moments later Monmouth. Minnesota, with still
when a picked team of freshmen another practice game on its sched-
was called forth to test the offen- ule beat Coe College 39-0 but
sive capabilities of the Courtright should not have things so much
coached squad. In this scrimmage their own way against Vanderbilt.
the freshman refrained from carry- The Champions also have anoth-
ng the ball but rather attempted er practice game on its schedule,
o form a defense for the various taking on Bradley at Urbanla.
hrusts of the "B" team. Zuppke's men should run up a
Complete Every Pass greater score against Bradley than
The defensive qualities of the they did against Kansas, when
rearlings proved entirely inade- they beat the Jay Hawkers 25-0.
luate. "B" team gains averaged Zuppke played his reserves most
;early seven yards on rushing and of the time in last Saturday's fra-
,ii of the six passes tried were cas, proving that his second strihg
ompleted for considerable gains. men can competently fill in at any
Improved blocking on the part position. The Orange and Black
3f the reserve backs was much in will bear watching again this year,
evidenced and several times a "B" as "Zup" is determined to make it
jack scampered the length of the three straight.l
ield after knifing through the first --------------- ---
year forwaid wall and finding all
f the freshman secondary defense FOOTBALL ROOMS
nen virtually out of the play. Rooms available for football
Jack Anderson, dimunitive Junior week-ends are listed by the
larsity quarterback, showed him- Rooming bureau of the Union.
elf to good advantage in handling Landlords desiring to list such
he "Bees" the short time he was rooms for rent are requested to
n action while getting away for phone the Student office of the
ood yardage in several excursions Union any afternoon betwaen 3
hrough the yearling forward wall. and 5 o'clock.
Kenneth M. Lloyd,
President.

Foxx, lb.
Miller, rf,
PAGE FORMER STAGG PUPIL Dykes, 3b.
--- Boley, ss. .... .
BLOOMINGTON, Ind., Oct. 7- Ehinke, p.. .
Indiana University football menI
began a heavy week of practice to - Total s .... .
Sday preparatory to the opening of
their 1929 Big Ten season Satur- Chicagj)
day in Chicago. Pat Page will pit McMillan, 3b.
his men against the men coached English, ss.
by A. A. Stagg, Page's old coach, Hornsy, 2b.
The Conference season this Wilson, cf.
year will mean four trips for the Cuyler, rf.
Hoosier team. Indiana will play Stephenson, If
only one game with a Big Ten team Grimm, lb.
on its own field, that with Purdue, Taylor c.
Nov. 23. The Indiana Conference on c.
schedule consists of games withR o 'te,.
Purdue, Chicago, Northwestern, Bush, p. ....
Ohio State and Minnesota. * iealthcote
Last year Indiana won two Con- **Hartnett
ference games., Northwestern was ***Blair.
defeated 6-0 on Indiana's own ****Tolson . .

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field, and Michigan was downed,
6-0, at Ann Arbor. Indiana lost to Totals ...,.,.,... 34 1 8 27 10
Illinois, conferende champions, 13-
7, to Minnesota, 21-12, to Ohio Philadelphia ..000 000 102-3 6 1
State, 13-0, and to Purdue, 14-0. Chicago ......000 000 001-1 8 2
The scrappin' Hoosiers were the '*Batted for Taylor in 7th.
only team to cross the goal of the **Batted for Root in 7th.
Big Ten champs, Illinois, last year Batted for Gonzales ii 9th.
and the first team in many years *"*Batted for Bush in 9th.
to score more than one touchdown Runs batted in-Foxx, Miller 2,'
against the Minnesota Gophers on Stephenson.
the Gophers' home gridiron. Errors-English 2, Dykes.
Despite the poor showing made TwO, base hit-English.
last year, Stagg is expected to be Home run-Foxx.
a stumbling block to many unsus- hacrifice hit--Grimm.
pecting Big Ten foes this season. Double play-English to Hornsby
The Maroon squad is small, but is to Grimm.
made up of big men who have seen Fits-Off Root 3 in 7 innings.
service in Big Ten games. Page is Struck out-By Ehmke 13; by
taking no chances and planned to Root 5.
spend tlwe entire practice period Bases on balls-Off Ehmke 1; off
this afternoon in ironing out the Root 2.
mistakes shown in Saturday's game Left on bases--Philadelphia (;
with Notre Dame. Chicago 8.

Chicagoans Regarded DangerouHaasc............30 0 1 0 Lout1asE ingpl ayers oz exceTl1ona
iBigen Fogalle Cangeo Cochrane, c..3 1 114 1ability, the squad as a whole looks
ig T en Fon T ba Compe- Simmons, lf..4 1 0 2 0 promising. The first year men!

The yearling men are being
coached by Miller, Rich, Flora, and
Orwig, and Fisher will probably join
the staff when he returns from
Japan. The coaches are stressing
work in fundamental football for
the first few days, sending the men1
through the paces in passing,
blocking, and tackling. Each day
a squad of men has been sent over
to Ferry Field to oppose the Var-
sity. These men are picked at
random, and taught the plays to
be used by the Conference team
opposing the Varsity in the next
The freshman team has no regu-
lar schedule of games during the
season, but merely scrimmages the
,first and second teamm.
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