FR~IDAY,, OCTOBER 10, 1930
MI C I*AN JAY VEES IFAILURE TO HIT HURTS CARDS
SET FOR ROOSIERS~
Courtright Makes Changes
Team in Preparation
for Indiana Clash.
OPPONENTS G\JARD TITLE
Building a stronger and more
bnified team out of the junior Var-
sity squad, before their, clash with
the Indiana, has been the task of
Coach Ray Courtright this last
week, and to all indications he has
been successful in a large degree.
Against Central the Juniors prov-
ed that they had a wealth of ma-
terial, but the team work was not
perfected to the degree necessary
to meet the Conference aggrega-
'Saturday will see the testing of
this newly revamped squad when
they stack up against the Confer-
ence champions of Indiana. Last
year the Hoosiers won every game
and they have not been weakened
a great deal. With four exceptions
the team on the field against the
Wolverines will be the same that
finished last season.
While not finally decided yet, the
starting lineup for the Wolves will
probably include Winston at cen-
ter and Parker and McClellan at
guard. Jordan will draw one of
the tackle posts and Frisk will hold
down the other. Coombe and Bo-
yard have been working on the
wings and they may start with Jus-
tice and O'Niel for relief.
Kutshe at Quarter
Backfield positions are fairly well
settled with Berkowitz back in his
old place at full, while Kutshe will
call plays at quarter. Bremen is
slated for right half and Brown
Will probably play the left side.
Emmet O'Niel will be first relief at
half and his showing at Central
makes it possible that he will start
early in the game.
Practice this week has been a
series of new formations and de-
tail work on coordination. Line-
men have been drilled under Cliff
Keen for more aggressive charges
and surer blocking. Backfield can-
didates have drilled on running
All Second semester freshmen
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Michigan Daily please report to
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building any afternoon after
Joe Russell, Sports Editor.
By JOE RUSSELL
Although Coach Harry Kipke has
not decided upon the line-up which
he will start against the title-de-
fending Boilermakers Saturday,
from the jumble of names which
have been presented to the spec-
tators at the secret practice ses-
sions during the past week it is
possible to make a fairly accurate
guess as to how the Varsity will
line up when the opening whistle
The backfield will in all
probability remain the same
after a week of shifting around
in an effort to find a more ef-
fective ground-gaining com-
bination. Captain S i m r a l1,
Tessmer, Hudson, and Heston4
seem to have the "first call atj
present, although it is certain
that Muth DeBaker will have
his share at trying to pierce
the Purdue defense. Goldsmith
at fullback, and Newman at
quarterback are other possibil-
..ities, who if they do not start
are almost sure of getting a
crack at the invaders.
Teams Start Season
Associated Press Photo
"Sunny" Jim's weakness at the plate was one of the main reason's
why St. Louis failed to do better in the 1930 World's Series. Bottomley's
feat of getting one hit in 23 times at bat practically assures him of the
title of World's Series goat for this year.
Bucheyes and Purple
Will Clash Tomorrow
(Continued from Page 6)
sota intersectional contest with
Stanford will be watched with con-
siderable interest. It will be the
second start for the Gophers under
the tutelage of Fritz Crisler, and
although fans see little hope for a
victory they don't desire a repeti-
tion of the Vanderbilt disaster of
last week. Indiana is set for the
Oklahoma Aggie game tomorrow,
but is looking for trouble. Both
Iowa and Illinois will see plenty of
action also, although neither will
take on Conference teams, the
former engaging Centenary, the
latter meeting the strong Butler
(Continued from Page 6)
gainst Michigan's title aspirants.
In the backfield three first year
men, stand out over their team
mates. Patterman, whose injury
will keep him out of the scrimmag-
es for a wllile, shows good running
and kicking style. Renner and
Everhardus are the other two backs
who have been getting off some
nice punts and tossing some de-
With these men and the others
that Steinke, Orwig, and Poorman
have been helping Coach Fisher
fet into condition, the yearling
squad promises to round into an
eleven that should make it tough
for any team opposing them.
Seven games opened the inter-
fraternity speedball schedule on
Ferry Field Wednesday, with Alpha
Kappa Lambda, defending cham-
pions, getting away to a flying start
by decisively trouncing Tau Delta
Phi, 14 to 2.
Two other teams were victorious
by wide margins, and promise to
give last year's titleholders a stiff
battle for this year's laurels, Phi
Kappa Psi crushing Kappa Nu by
an 11 to 1 score, and Phi Kappa
Sigma downing Triangle, 6 top1.
Delta Sigma Phi took a close con-
test from Phi Kappa, 1 to 0, arid
Phi Kappa Tau fell before Delta
Alpha Epsilon by the same count.
Beta Sigma Psi shut out Sigma Pi,
2 to 0, and Sigma Alpha Mu de-
feated Lambda Chi Alpha, 6 to .3.
The schedule will be resumed
Monday with eight games on tap.1
To participate inthis sport it is
absolutely necessary that the stud-
ent have a health card. These may
be obtained at the Yost Field house
after a short heart and lung ex-
All men interested in trying
out for Varsity basketball are to
report at the Intramural build-
ing Tuesday, October 14, at 7:30.
Bring your own equipment.
George Veenker, Coach.
The greatest change will be at
the ends, if Coach Kipke's attitude
during the past week of drills may'
be taken as a criterion. Leo Dray-'
eling, an end and tackle last year
will be back in the line-up at some
position, with great probability
tha t he will be found at right end
in place of Norm Daniels. Drave-
ling is a bigger man .ian Daniels.
and against the type of play which,
the Boilermakers displayed last
year the extra weight will be an
advantage. At left end Cox, a
sophomore fullback aspirant ap-
pears to have dispiaced Williamson,
who went into the ichigan Statet
game when Hewitt was injured lasty
week. Cox is also a large man.
Tom Samuels, having filled
his right tackle post to sat'is-
faction to date appears to be
the logical man to start, while
Auer, recovered from the in-
juries which have kept hint on
the bench so far this season
looks to be in shape to hold
down his old place at left tack-
le. Auer has had Varsity ex-
perience while playing on the
.Michigan squad last year, but
Samuels has yet to be proven
in a Big Ten game.
Pete Cornwell, after being shifted
around for two seasons, appears to
have found his place at right
guard, where he has started all
the games so far this year, but a
change. appears impending in the
left guard post. LaJuenesse, who
has had the call here so far this
year will be replaced by Hozer.
Both men are converted fullbacks
who have plenty of speed to meet
the requirements imposed upon
them by the Wolverine style of
play-where the guards are expected
to block in almost every play.
Wolverines Will Open
Season Against Purdue
(Continued From Page 6)
makers. Doc Morrison will probably
stay at center uinless Smith or
Morgan show a superior brand of
Samuels, who has been doing well
at tackle, seemed to have little diffi-
culty in analyzing' the plays of the
first year men yesterday and if he
can display that quality against
Purdue he will be invaluable to the
Newman's tosses were more ac-
curate than Tessmer's and it is
likely that he will be called upon to
lead the Wolverine overhead attack
in place of the flashy sophomore
whose toe continues to boot out
long and accurate punts.
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