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October 10, 1930 - Image 6

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Pointing to tomorrow's all-im-
portant Conference opener with the
Purdue Boilermakers, Coach Harry
Kipke yesterday took hir gridmen
to the Stadium for their last strenu-
ous workout of the week. Today's
session will probably be devoted to
a light drill in the Stadium after
Coach Kizer finishes limbering up
his squad earlier in the day.
Face Purdue Plays.
Yesterday, after attempting to
perfect a strong passing attack with
Newman a n d
Tessmer d o i n g
he heaving,
oath Kipke sent
n a yearling
levento furnish
he opposition to
She Varsity in
>erfecting their
efense against
;Purdue plays. No
ittempt was made
it a r eg ul1a r
,crimmage, mere-
ly working out
formations with
DRAVELING. the object of
solving the plays of the offense,
knocking down passes, and making
certain that each man could fill his
position on each play.
Heston, Tessmer, Simrall and
Hudson started in the backfield.
The passing attack launched by the
freshmen was in part successful
until Simrall and Tessmer found
themselves and began knocking
down the opponents' spirals and
even intercepting a few.
Cox Works at End.
Draveling was again in at right
end with Cox doing duty on the
other wing. Cox, who has been
favoring an injured arm, seems to
perform: well but lacks experience.
Draveling will probably be a more
or; less permanent fixture at his
old end position, with Auer and
Samuels being lodged so, firmly at
the tackle positions.
Cornwell is still at right guard
and Hozer seems going well at left+
guard with the. possibility that he;
will be there against the Boiler-+
(Continued on Page 7)

FAMOUS ICE STAR
SOLD TO TORONTO!
(Ii Asso i I r Pls
OTTAWA, Ont., Oct. 9. - King
Clancy, sensational defense star of
the Ottawa Senators for many sea-
sons is destined to skate underi
other colors this winter. He has
been reported sold to ConniL
Smyth's Tor nto Maple Leafs for
$35,000, the largest sum ever paid
for any hockey player since the
National League came into exist-
ence.
Clancy has not affixed his signa-
ture to a contract but will do so
Saturday if the deal gods through.
Two players, Eric Pettinger and Art
Smith, will Uccompany the $35,000.
Hanway and Hobart Are Victims
as First Round Matches
Are Completed.
Two more matches were disposed
of yesterday afternoon in the Uni-
versity golf tournament, when Len-
festy defeated Hanway, 2-1, and
Fischer downed Hobart, 8-6, in the
last of the first round encounters.
Fischer turned in a card of 70
for the afternoon's play, and dark-
ness was all that kept him from
making a 68. With only four holes
left to play he had a wonderful
chance of making the coveted 68,
but darkness intervened. As it was
his score of 70 betters his former
mark by one stroke and also gives
him the record for the new Uni-
versity course, one under par..
The semi-finals will get under
way as soon as the remainder of
the lower round matches have been
played. These matches should be
played off today or Saturday. In
the semi-finals play will be for 36
holes.
Yesterday's match was the second
one in as many days for Lenfesty,
who defeated Dayton, 4-3, on the
previous day. Lenfesty is a member
of the Michigan Varsity team, andt
was one of the most consistent;
members of that group in its meets
last year.
PHILADELPHIA - The members
of the Philadelphia Athletics- willI
get $5,000 per man for their shares1
of the World Series money. Card-
inal members will get $3,350 apiece.1

BOILERMAKER STARS POINT FOR WOLVERINES

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Four big reasons why Coach Noble Kizer is expecting to successfully defend his Western Conference foot-
ball title when Purdue tackles Michigan in the stadium tomorrow afternoon. Yunevich and White were
members of the Riveter backfield that crushed through the Wolverines last year, while VanBibber was a
tower of strength in the line. Purvis is highly touted as a fit running mate to the other members of the
Purdue backfield.

Freslmns FootF
ProLis: of
Into Stro
Freshman foo
have been falling
this week, the squ
ing less than at t.
but the quality a
perior to the lastt
Fisher should be
good eleven outo
remain, however.
Several yearling
minor injuries d
mages with the V
due to too short
ting into shapet
tion against the
the best backs is
list, Patterman,
showing to good
secret scrimmages
These hard wor
Varsity have brow
ers into prominen
their play. Emli
doing most of the
Conover at guard
ting snap into th
line. A pair of
developing in Au
a couple of fres
been chosen each
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All sophomor
trying out for 1
ager are to repo
mural building,
ber 14, at 7:30.
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s encecd, up pops - W-a N
the self-confessed
Chicago-Badgers Also to Clash;
iaer fressinAl Strong Stanford Eleven
as ,L ;)?ofessional F G
ite the edict of to Face Gophers.
m Landis, baseball-
stay away from STAGG PREDICTS VICTORY
Ess.
Sox first base- While the Wolverines are at-
n a Chicago gym- tempting to turn back the fast-
ogs. charging forward wall of the Boil-
ermaker eleven tomorrow at Ann
4$ Arbor, four other Conference squads
will engage in their first Big Ten
I games of the season in an effort
apfto gain an edge in the forthcoming
championship scramble. Coach A.
A. Stagg's threats from the Uni-
versity of Chicago will journey to
Madison, while the Buckeyes are
.),If L dC'Gves being entertained at Northwestern's
Developing rendezvous.
n g Team. Ohio State Favored.
Probably the most outstanding
tball candidagtes of the Conference tilts will be wit-
off considerably nessed at the Northwestern bowl
uad now number- when a veteran Ohio State eleven
his time last year, will be pitted against the Wildcats.
appears to be su-' Both teams wound up their drills
team. Coach Ray yesterday in preparation for the.
able to Make w all-important game. The Buckeyes
of the men that have been given the edge to win
although this is based only on their
veteran line-up. Thus far, the
gs have suffered Northwestern ball carriers are an
luring the .scnim- unknown quantity. Hank Bruder,
varsity, but tins is the Wildcat captain, has been on
a period for get- the sidelines for the past few days
before seeing ac- with grippe, but is expected to get
Kipkemen. One of into the game Saturday. He is a
on the injured triple-threat star and should be of
who has been great value in offensive scoring
advantage in the thrusts. A snappy scrimmage with
s. the yearling squad proved a setup
kouts against the for the Buckeyes, with Grady and
ight several play- Fessler gaining at will. Their pass-
ice as a result of ing game has improved consider-
ng, who has been ably and should develop into a real
center work, and offensive threat.
1 have been put- Maroons Optimistic.
leir play on the Chicago is quite optimistic abou
good tackles are the Badger game tomorrow, bat.is,
stin and Cantril, taking no chances on a repetitan.
hmen that have of the breaks which occurred last
time to fill in a- year when Wisconsin took the game
on Page 7) after scoring on two blocked punts.
Coach Stagg delegated a goodsiare
L MAN bER of his time to removing the defects
UTS in blocking for punts. The Wiscon-
es interested in sin line threats in Srnith, who holds
basketball man- down the tackle post, and Swider-
rt at the Intra- ski, a guard, will be the nucleus of
Tuesday, Octo- the Badger defense.
Although these are the only Bic,
nith, Manager. Ten games scheduled, the Minne-
(Continued on Page 7)

Phillies Send O'Doul and Thompson to Robins
In Exchange for Cash and Four Dodger Stars

Wibert Robinson, manager of the
Brooklyn Robins, who came so close
to winning the National League
pennant this year, only to be nosed
out by the St. Louis Cardinals, has
completed the first deal since the
conclusion of the major league sea-
son.
Lefty O'Doul, batting champion
of the National League in 1929, and
one of the home run leaders of the
senior circuit, is to become the
property of the dodgers along with
Fresco Thompson, flashy second
baseman of the Philadelphia Phil-
lies.

In exchange for these two mem-
bers of the Philadelphia team,
Brooklyn will turn over $25,000 in
cash, and four players, namely; Ray
Moss, right handed pitcher; Jake
Flowers, regular second baseman;
Gordon Slade ,substitute shortstop;
and Harvey Hendrick, hard hitting
outfielder.
This is the second attempt that
the Brooklyn team has made in an
effort to secure the services of
O'Doul. Last season the Dodgers
made an offer for the slugging out-
fielder. As the Brooklyn club needed
Moss' hurling more than it needed
O'Doul's batting at the time.

MINOR LEAGUERS
MEET IN SESSION
(133 Assoc ad Press )
CLEVELAND, Oct. 9. - Minor
league officials assembled here to-
day to organize their ranks for
battle with the major leagues on
the draft problem, but as far as
the public was concerned the ven-
erable Connie Mack stole the show.
Representatives of the three Class
AA leagues, the American Associa-
tion, the Pacific and International
Leagues, by tomorrow will prepare
their answer to the boycott threat-
ened by the majors unless they
submit to some form of universal
draft.

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