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HOOSIERS ALREADY
HAVE ONE 816LTEN
ICTORYTHIS Y1E
Defending Titleholers Boast
Perfect Record in Two
Seasons of Play.
WOLVERINE HOPES HIGH
Coach Courtright Drills Maize
and Blue to Correct Last
Saturday's Faults.
Facing the Wolverine Junior Var-
sity for their first Conference game
on Ferry Field this season, the Hoo-
sier "B" team will open hostilities
at 10:00 o'clock this morning. Fresh
from their victory over the Ohio
Jayvees, the Indiana crew will be
out for a second win to add to their
record of not having lost a game
since the start of the season last
year.
See Indiana Plays.
Yesterday Coach Courtright or-
dered only a light workout for his
crew and spent most of the practice
session with dummy play against
the Indiana formations. The Mich-
igan mentor believes that he has
built a winning team and expects
a much better showing today than
that of last Saturday.
Reports from Bloomington indi-
cate that the Hoosiers have as
strong an aggregation as that of
last year with which they whipped
every team in the Conference and
gained the championship. Parks
and Hay, the two running halfs, are
both dangerous men and so far this
year have not met any team that
could stop them. Against the Ohio
Bee's they ran loose and piled up
three touchdowns. McPherson has
been playing a whale of a game at
center and appears to be the main-
stay of the line.
Teamwork Better.
Building this week for more team-
work and better co-ordination, the
Wolves have developed in great
shape and in their last scrimmage
against the freshmen they showed
an entirely different attack than
that used against Central last week.
Brown has been added to the Jay-
vee backfield and will share honors
with Bremen, whose game so far
has been one of the mainstays to
the team. Kutshe will again handle
the team and his passing has im-
proved. Jordan and Parker together
with Winston and Justice are ex-
pected to hold the Hoosier forward
wall.
Probable line-ups are as follows:
MICHIGAN INDIANA
Bovard ........ L.I........ Martich
Frisk.........L.T........Keckich
Parker .........G..........Waite
Winston ...... C.......McPherson
Benz........R.G..... McDoniad
Jordan ........ .T....... Johnson
Justice.......R.E........ Downes,
Kutshe.......Q........... Dross
Coombe .....:. ..R........... . Hay1
Brown...... [..........Banka
Berkowitz .....F.B........ Parks1
Boittomley Is Slcred ;
for TrialWith Reds
Jim Bottomley, first baseman of
the St. Louis Cardinals, and one of
two outfielders, either Douthit or
H ey, are reported to be on the
trading block and slated for trips
to other clubs during the winter;
trading season. A report has it that
Bottomley and Douthit are to go
to the Cincinnati Reds in exchange
for first baseman JoeStripp and
pitcher Red Lucas. At any rate,
Bottomley appears certain of leav-
ing the National League championst
this year.

SUNNINGDALE-The Prince of
Wales won the golf club captain's
cup with an 81 the other day. His
handicap is 11 and his opponent
is at scratch.

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TEST FORILLINOIS
Zuppke Tries New Men in Line
in Effort to Strengthen
Team for Contest.
BAUER TO PLAY CENTER
CHAMPAIGN, Ill., Oct. 10.-Eager
to win a chance to face North-
western in the big homecoming
game next week, Bob Zuppke's
green but aggressive youngsters
will be on their toes when they en-
counter Butler here Saturday.
On the face of its excellent show-'
ing against Ohio university (Ath-
ens), Butler may. prove a sturdier
adversary than Iowa State. Ohio,
coached by Don Peden, erstwhile
Illini halfback, had a bang-up
team last year, winning the Buck-
eye conference championship. A
12-7 loss to this team was no dis-

OHIO STATE TO MEET PURPLE
IN FEATURE BIG TEN CONT

grace.

With one game already down onI
the books, three Western Confer-
ence gridiron squads will tangle
with each other today, with the
remaining schools in the circuit en-
gaging non-conference opponents.
Ohio State opened their schedule
last Saturday by humbling Indiana,
! 23 to 0, scoring 20 points in the last
quarter.
Lost to Vanderbilt
The feature game from a na-
tional standpoint is the contest at
Minneapolis between Fritz Crisler's
I Gophers and "Pop" Warner's Stan-
ford Cardinals. Minnesota fell be-
fore Vanderbilt last week 33 to 7,
but it is expected that their men-
tor will have some of the difficul-
ties that cropped up in that game
ironed out for the tilt with Stan-
ford. The Cardinals have not real-
ly been tested as yet, but they will
undoubtedly have their usual quota
of man power which plays such an
important part in their offensive
and defensive. Warner's m e n
should triumph rather easily if the
Cross Country Tryouts
to Run on New Course
Another cross country time trial
wil be run of this morning at
10:30, starting from Ferry Field.
This second trial of the season will
be three miles long and cover part
of the new course that is laid out
through the new University golf
course on roads better for the har-
riers. This is the first time that
the new layout has been tried and
Coach Hoyt is anxious to see what
results less traffic and better roads
will have on the trials.
Captain Fitzgibbons will not run
with the rest because of a pair of
sore legs that he is nursing., Hill,
another of the promising men, is
also on the sick list at present. The
winners of the first time trials,
Austin and Howell are rounding
into fine condition and are ex-
pected to clock at the top again
this morning. Wolfe and Ostrander,
who took third and fourth respec-
tively, last Saturday morning, will
probably turn in about the same
times.c

Bauer at Center

advance dope holds good.
Witdcats Favored
Ohio State will face its
Big Ten opponent todayN
meets Northwestern in what
ises to be a crucial game f
sides. Despite the power sh
the Buckeyes in winning fr
diana, Northwestern is d
win. The Wildcats show
power on their own acc
beating Tulane, and if Har
der is fit to play a good s
the time the Purple should
Staggmen Meet Badge
Chicago and Wisccnsin I
at Madison in the first con
games for both teams, with
looking about even. The I
are shy on good material a
but Stagg does wonders wit
he has at hand year in a:
out, and should give Wiscon
opposition with this year's
which has thus far shown ti
characteristic t h a t all
teams show-a strongc
Hillsdale college almost
them last week, losing by
of 7 to G, but .in a conferen
test the Chicago eleven w
better ball.
Wisconsin is more or les
unknown quantity, but so fa
shown a powerful line wh
ures to outplay - the Maro
(Continued on Page 7
C ildren to & Giv
Swimming Instryg
Coach Matt Mann any
yesterday that he is for
childrens' class for girls
purpose of instructing them
rudiments of swimming. Th
will meet every Saturday n
at the Michigan Union pool
MacMahon will also have
of boys from seven yearsc
up which will meet at the I
ural pool every Saturday m
It is the purpose of the
ming staff of the Unive
take every opportunity of
ing in the children a love
water, as well as preparin
to take care of themselves i
of danger.

MOING
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ESTJOE CRONIN MOS1
secondVAUBLEPLAYER
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or both Washington Shortstop is Named
own by Above Either Lou Gehrig
rom in-
oped to or Al Simmons.
d some
ount in GEHRINGER ENDSFOURTH
nk Bru-
hare of Athletics' Votes Split Between
s win. Outfielder, Pitcher Grove
.rs
Eook up and Mickey Cochrane.
aference
honors (By Associt'd Press)
M~aroons NEW YORK, Oct. 10.-Joe Cronin,
is usual, sensational young shortstop of the
th what Washington Senators, today was
nd year -proclaimed the American League's
sin stiff "most valuable player" for 1930 by
sn stif a special committee of members of
rouphe same the Base Ball Writers' Association
Maroon of America.
defense. The writers, representing each
downed American League city, cast their
a score votes at the request of the Asso-
ace con- ciated Press for the second succes-
ill play sive year since the league aban-
doned its custom of making an
official selection.
r it has .Leads Simmons.
ich fig- Cronin, although playing only his
on for- second year as a majors league
7) regular, merited sufficient votes to
beat out Al Simmons of the Ath-
letics, the league batting champion,
en and Lou Gehrig, slugging first base-
etion man of the Yankees, in a close con-
test. Cronin, selected as Washing-
ounced ton's most valuable performer by
every one of the eight experts, led
ming a with a total of 48 points out of a
for the possible maximum of 04.
in the Gehrig Near Top.
is group Simmons and Gehrig viere tied
morning for second place with 39 points
. Coach each. Charley Gehringer, Detroit's
a class second baseman, was fourth with
old and 36, Ted Lyons of the White Sox,
Intram- and Wesley Ferrell, Cleveland's
orning. (Continued on Page 7)

Harry Kipke, coach of the Wolverine Varsity football team, who v

start his second Conference season as mentor of the Maize and Blue
today, when the team stacks up against Purdue's Boilermakers. It willI
be the first Big Ten game of the year for both teams.
Wolverine Golf Captain, Royston, Is Defeated
by Loveland, Freshman Star, in 18-Hole Match

Another swath was cut in the
Varsity golf team yesterday after-
noon when J. Loveland, a fresh-
man, upset advance predictions by
taking over Capt. J. Royston, 2 to 1,
in an 18-hole match played on the
University course in one of the sec-
ond round matches.
Match is Close.

This freshman team which is to
be formed will play a series of
matches with the Varsity, who will
be reinforced with five other cam-
pus golfers. Coach Trueblood stat-
ed that he could use four mhore
freshman golfers to make up thel
team. Anyone interested should getl
in touch with him.

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Although the game of the two-
contenders was close throughout NEW YORK - Frank Calder,
the match, Loveland managed to president of the National Hockey
take the lead on the seventeenth league, has announced that the
green with some pretty putting, giv- American league has been outlawed
ing him a one-up advantage. He from the ranks of professional
took the eighteenth hole to take hockey, as a result of the entry of
the match 2-1, therebyqualifying clubs from Chicago and Buffalo.
for the semi-final round. Lenfesty-----
and Hicks played an 18-hole round
also, opening the semi-finals of 36-
hole match play. They will have to
shoot the remaining 18 this morn- I
ing. Lenfesty was leading one up at
the eighteenth hole. In the only
remaining second round match
which will probably be played off
this morning, Howard .has been I I
paired with Fischer. Loveland will
meet the winner of this match for
the semi-final round. T
Name Yearling Leader.
As a result of John Fischer's fine
showing in the matches thus far,
Coach Thomas Trueblood has an-
nounced his appointment as cap-
tain of a freshman golf team which
is to be organized. Fischer has brok-
en the course record twice thus far
in the play, the lowest being a 70
which he obtained in match play IL
Thursday, two under par.' FischerR
also has won national honors as an
amateur in the Western Open at
Indianwood. He holds the statei
amateur championship of his home 50c Socks at. . . 25c
state, Kentucky, and is also winner
of the Cincinnati Amateur title.

Zuppke was obliged to bring new
blood into the line in an effort to
strengthen the middle. Big John
Bauer, who is surprisingly spry'
considering his 250 pounds, will get
a chance a: center and John Ovel-
man of Ottawa, last year an un-
known reserve, at guard. This is
an example of the great opportun-
ity for gridiron players at Illinois
this year.
Bauer may not do but Zuppke is
going to try him, holding Schu-
macher in reserve. Then there is
Huddlestun, Nvho reduced to 215
pounds this year after carrying
240 pounds around. Tiny has the
spirit and it may be center is his
best bet.
Captain Robinson Out
When John Snook was called
home to Aurora by the death of
his father this week, Zuppke turn-
ed Bob Conover, guard, into a full-
back as Captain Robinson cannot
hope to play until the Northwest-
ern game. Conover is likely to
fight his way onto the team some-
where.
The return of Red Owen is ex-
pected to give Zup a chance to see
the South Bend sophomore in ac-
tion for the first time. Owen is
presumed to be a star pass-snatch-
er and he may help the aerial
game.
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