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THE, MTCHTGAN DATT.Y

TTII~ MJCIIJGAN D'\ILY 'rUJ~SDAY~. OCTOI3ER 14, 1930

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ECROS
AISTlIET S Small S
offD
Newman May Start at Quarter
Against Buckeye Team;
Samuels Stars. Varsity
were give
RESERVES IN SCRIMMAGE Friday to
-- the squa
Victorious over Purdue's Western first mee
Conference gridiron champions in 23. Aust
the first Big Ten clash of the 1930
football season, Michigan's Varsity on the ti
eleven started yesterday to prepare in 16:27
for the comning clash with Ohio and in 17
State next Saturday at Columbus. Thti
The team, with every member ap-
parently in good condition, was giv- ish follo
en a light workout yesterday under ell, 17:01
the direction of Coach Harry Kipke, 18:11; 1a1
while the second string eleven was Crawford
put through a stiff scrimmage with ad,1:
the freshmen.ln,1:
Although it appeared Saturday - _
that Leo Draveling was badly in- Cros
jured and would be kept out of the co
game for two or three weeks, he Nove
was back in uniform for yesterday's Here.
session and will probably be in
shape to take part in the Ohio State Nove
contest. DeBaker, also, another Illinois,
Wolverine player whossuffered a Noven
slight injury in the Purdue game, is Nove
also back in shape and ready for Urbana.
-service.
Hewitt Only Man Out.
By coming out of the Boilermaker Vordh
fray as well as they did, it seems
likely now that the Wolverines will Stani
be able to put their strongest front
against the Buckeyes when theyt
clash next week. Only Bill Hewitt, EVANS
was put out of commission for the
season with a broken ankle received ,exciteme
in the Michigan State game. Captain
Outstanding among the men who Evanston
took part in the Purdue game, if it Hanley, o
may be said that.Hangey
ny single man arrange
howed exception versity fo
illy above t h e games in
vork of the team game wil
s a whole, was Cal., in 1
he showing made te
>y S a m u e l s at est bein
ackle, Cox and in connec
): nie1s at the Hanley c
nds, Newman at telephone
auarter, and sentatives
Wheeler at half. the coas
While all of these Saturday.
Znen are relatively ___
inexperienced ,
Wheeler they all showeda BIG
marked ability, and have practically
assured themselves of positions in Michiga
next week's starting lineup.Northwe
Newman Shows Well. orthwes
Newman's generalship, combined Wisconsi
with his exceptional passing and Ohio Sta
place kicking ability, has won him Iinis
at least an even break at the quart- Illinois
erback post. With Captain Jim Sim- Iowa ...
rall punting as well as he did Purdue
against Purdue, Tessmer could be Chicago
sacrificed at quarter, and the abili- Indiana
ties of the sophomore flash, New-
man, used to their fullest extent.
Samuels now has definitely won One of
the tackle berth from Draveling, important
and will likely pair with Auer again Little, Col
at that position next week. Hozer cover the
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S COUNTRY
YOUTS START
squad Shows Indications
3eveloping Strengh
With Season.
cross country aspirants
en a three mile time trial
determine the makeup of
d to face Ypsilanti in the
t of the season, October
in led the harriers home
rial covering the distance
with Howell finishing sec-
i:01.
nes of the first ten to fin-
ws: Austin, 16:27; How-
Wolf, 17:32; Bedenik,
yes, 18:12; Fuestal, 18:13;
, 18:14; Klain, 18:34; Le-
45; and Smith, 19:14.
ss Country Schedule
er 23, Ypsilanti Here.
nber 1, Michigan State
nber 8, Triangular Meet
Ohio State,) Urgana.
nber 15, Wisconsin Here.
nber 22, Conference Meet

TESSMER FIGHTS
FOR BACK POST

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Wisconsin Also Shows Strength
;n Romping Over Coach
Stagg's Maroons.
GOPHERS GIVE SURPRISE
With the cxception of their pre-
dictions on the Wolverine-Boiler-

YALE'S LITTLE BOY
WILL STAR AGAIN

FISCHEk TAKES
LATIEST MATCH
Defeats Howard in Match Play;
Takes Eighteenth for
One up Victory.
Another victim fell before the
consistant game of John Fischer,
freshman golf captain, yesterday
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maker grid tilt the dopesters main-
tained a good batting average on
last Saturday's Conference fore-
casts. The Gophers were the on--
ly other team to surprise gridiron
enthusiasts by their remarkable
:fhowing in holding the much tout-
ed Leland Stanford eleven, under
the able tutelage of Pop Warner,
to a 0-0 tie at Minneapolis.
Even being' deprived of the in-
valuable services of their captain
and backfield star commonly re-
Tessmer, ferred to as hard luck Hank Bru-
der, the Northwestern Wildcats
Scohmore qu~ArTrba.W,; had won from the Buckeyes, 19-2. The
been doig Mi'n a untin until Purple Were expected to win and
he was relieved by Jrry Newman came through with a powerful run-
in the Purdue gazIne lat Saturday. ning attack against the Ohio State
Tessmer won Whe (hicago Tribune team composed mainly of sopho-
Trophy L1t aspinr for being the mores to score a win in their ini-
most pr mimg freshman gridiron tial game of the season and give
caididate. the Buckeyes a loss to chalk up a-
- ---- gainst their victory over Indiana
BADG one week previous.

Saiu ernoon on he new course when
1Ehe defeated John Howard in the
last of the quarter-final matches
(i the University golf tournament.
Aischer's iargin of victory was a
k -A 2 sy, ..a rbare one up. ,
It was one of the closest games
3_ othatFischer asuyetp.eentforced
to play in the tournament. Although
Albie Booth he held an advantage of three up
who last year while the young- in the early round, aoward man-
eter of old Eli's squad ran off with aged to creep up on him coming in
all of the honors is back in the and evened matters on the seven-'
game again this year and to all in- teenth hole. Howard lost his chance
dications he will add another rec- however on the eighteenth when
ord to the annuls of football at his approach landed in a ditch and
Yalee was forced to throw out, giving
him a six for the par five hole.
SOONE S LEAD Fischer took advantage of his op-
BIG SIX LOOP pon*t's difficulty and- holed i
(1B c , ) in a medal card of 75 for the eight-
een which was far off his playing,
KANSAS CITY, Mo., Oct. 13. ---form of last wek when he broke,
Oklahoma leads the Big Six foot- the course record with a 70. How-
ball race today by virtue of admin- ard's medal score stood at 76.
isinc the cham ion 'Nbrsk 1 hicks 6nly Varsity Man in Play.

ENLIUT DRILLIS
Junior Varsity Expected to Beat
Ohio State With Ease This
Coinig Saturday.
FRISK OUT FOR SEASON
Michigan's Junior Varsity con-
tinued regular practice Monday in
preparation for their coming game
with the Ohio State "B" team this
week. After the defeat they handed
the Indiana Juniors Saturday they
are looking forward to downing the
Buckeyes fairly easily.
Coach Courtright's men expect to
use the same offense against their
State opponents this Saturday that
was fatal to Indiana's "B"s. Th&
lineup will be the same with the
exception of Frisk at tackle, who
will be out of the games for the,
rest of the season because of the
injury sustained in the g a m e
against Indiana.
Considering the ease with which
the Hoosiers put down Ohio State's
"B" eleven to the :tune of .1 to 0,
the Maize and Blue Youngsters
should find little to bother them in
the Buckeye lineup. If they show
the same form that they did against
Indiana's Junior Varsity, there is no
reason why the score should not be
in Michigan's favor with a large
margin.
Aside from the fact that Court-
right's men drew the ;,majority of
breaks and were benefited greatly
by a couple bad kicks last Saturday,
they displayed a telling attack and
unyielding defense that kept last
year's "B" champions from seriously
threatening more than once. Brem-
en andbBerkowitz took the honors
in the backfield with several long
runs each and perfect booting from
the toe of the former. The strength
of the linesnian in offense or de-
fense proved too iuch for the tut-
ed Hoosiers. Mlichigaia is counting
on these features to drub a team
that has proved itself weaker than
the one that has already falled be-
fore the Maize and Blue.
The turn-out for practice yester-
day was light because many of the
members of the squad have classes
that prevent them from meeting at
the same time each day. The score
of men that were down at the field
were put through the usual block-
ing, tackling, and passing drills for
the first part of the practice.ession.
Later Coaches Courtright and Keen

western to Play
ford Next Season
(BY Associated Press)
TON, Ill., Oct. 12.-While
nt over the condition of
Hank Bruder raged in
last night, Coach Dick
f Northwestern, completed
ents with Stanford uni-
L home and home football
1932 and 1933. The first
R be played at Palo Alto,
932, with the second con-
g scheduled for Chicago
tion with the world fair.
ompleted negotiations by

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team met Minnesota

ay It kruder Out of Gamlicei uiaUlm ulxvua'-
S P TILT In spite of the fact that the Cornhuskers their first conferenc<
Purple team showed themselves to defeat since the new circuit began
be a good blocking, tackling, and to function with the 1928 gridiror
IiADISON, Wis., Oct. 13. --- Wis- running team, the Ohio Staters season.
consin's varsity football players had the advantage according to Regarded by many as a likel3
who meet Pennsylvania in the the statistics but lacked scoring upsetter of Nebraska in this open-
punch when they arrived within ing titular clash of 1930, the 20 to
annualHomecoming game at Madi- the shadow of the Wildcat goal- 7 margin by which the Sooners ac-
son Saturday will get their first '-Vosts. Although Captain Bruder complished the feat was a surprise.
look at the tricky and deceptive ran wild in the game the previous Two long runs, a succession of for-
Penn offense I ionday, when they week, tearing off long gains, scor_ ward passes and Ad Lindsey's Ok-
line up against the freshmen, using ing one touchdown himself, and lahomans had three times crossed
the Red and Blue's attack. making it possible for his team- the Husker goal line. Although the
Jack Ryan, Badger end coach, mate Regner to score another, Nebraskans first downs andscrim-
who has scouted Penn. and Guy Coach Dick Hanley's team proved mage gain was almost identical t
Sundt, freshman coach, have been to be a powerful one minus his that of Oklahoma, most of the ad-
drilling two frosh squads in the services Saturday. Quarantined vance was in midfield and their
easterner's tactics for two weeks. for smallpox it is expected that the fourthequartercameithOearklahom
While it is not expected that the Wildcat pilot will be out of the, safely in front.
Wisconsin youngsters will give a game for at least another three Nebraska had not pointed for Ok-
very exact interpretation of them, weeks. lahom as the Sooners apparently
they will at least become familiar- Possibly the next promising elev- had prepared for the Huskers and
ized with the formations and their en was seen in the well-balanced the champions lacked the spark tc
obvious possibilities. Badger team that experienced lit- fire an attack but there were nc
Penn, like Wisconsin, uses the tle or no difficulty in running over Husker alibis today. As Coach Dana
double wingback formation on most the Maroons to the tune 34-0. X. Bibble expressed it, "We took
plays and specializes in deception, Oman and Schneller contributed it on the chin and will wait fo
with many fake bucks, "spinners' most of the scoring runs of the another year." Just how auch the
and "half-spinners," double and day and thrilled the spectators as long trip to Soonerland and the
triple passes. Their lateral passing they evaded the Chicago tacklers heat hurt the Nebraskans is open
attack is called the best used by with ease. to conjecture but observers are
any eastern team. The Red and Maroon Gridders Weak .agreedOklahomab1^ t upper
Blue backs are unusually speedy- Coach.Stagg's Maroon gik sand ykeay.
patclryMasters and Gentle, ok gg' Ma 9o ridders hand yesterday.
particularlyMatranGel, look weak again this season and -.
Facing the Cificago game last will not serve as a threat to any Major Phillip Sasse, new football
week as all-important because of of the title contenders unless a coach at West Point, does not be-
the likelihood that its outcome radical change takes place in the lieve in putting his team through
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As a result of his latest victory,
Fischer will meet John Loveland
in a semi-final match of 36 holes.
Loveland is the freslyman who de-
feated Captain Royston of the
Varsity last Friday. Jarvis Hicks,
finalist in the lower bracket of
match play, is the only member of
the Varsity squad who remains in
the play. He will play the victor
of the Loveland-Fischer 'match.
Coach Thomas Trueblood has not
announced the date of the play-
off in the finals as yet. This will
be known as soon as Loveland and
Fischer complete the semi-finals.
The winner of the University tour-
nament will be awarded the Varsity
trophy, symbol of Campus golf
supremacy.
Seton Hall college in New Jersey
decided to get publicity by football
and hired as coach Robert "Red"
Smith, former Notre Dame star,
who has put the school on the map.
Ralph Miles, brother of Prince-
ton's one time famous defensive
back, "Mike" Miles, is a second
string end on the Brown university
team.

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