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WEDNESDAY, OCT-OBFR -Na, 1930

.A IXTH MCHGA.D IL.W.NAY * 134

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STATE F8RMATIO
Long- Passing Workout Precedes
Dummy Scrimmage; Wheeler
Plays at HaLfback.
NEWMAN IN AT QUARTER
Freshmen furnished the opposi-
tion for the Michigan Varsity foot-
ball team yesterday, as it went
t h r o u g h a dummy scrimmage
against Ohio State plays in itsj
preparation for next Saturday's
game with the Buckeyes at Colum-
bus.
The dummy scrimmage followed
a long passing drill for the ends
and backs that saw Wheeler and
Iudson tossing the passes in the
absence of Harry Newman, who was

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By JOE RUSSELL ed to the great Fesler who fell over
With what was considered one the goal line for the touchdown.
of the greatest threats of the sea- Rumors emanating from the
son safely behind the Wolverines, Ohio State stronghold state
Coach Kip.;e :as turneG his atten- that Michigan will meet with a
tion toward the next stone in surprise type of play when they
Michigan's path to 1930 football invade Columbus this week. A
glory. With the somewhat probip- style entirely different from
matical shadow of Ohio State that shown by Buckeye teams
looming up for this Saturday the of the past, and different from
Wolverine mentor is planning on
unleashing the full force of his at- that displayed by Purdue and
tack in an attempt to hurdle the Michigan State will be present-
fighting Columbus eleven. ( ed for the benefit of the Wol-

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kept from early practice by a class.
Michigan's passing attack w a s
clicking well, with the men doing
the tossing gaining considerable
accuracy and the receivers display-
ing an improved ability at catching
the ball.
Practice Is Secret.
Yesterday's practice was again
carried on behind closed gates, just
as it has been for the past two
or three weeks.
Michigan will again be ready to
take advantage of any breaks that
come its way ,
when it hooks
up ,against the
Buckeye team,
as ability to
gather in fum-;
bles at crucial
points may
again be the
d et e rmining
factor of this
game, just as
it was against
Purdue last
week. Auery
Buckeyes are Strong.
Ohio State has a powerful team
with a scoring punch, but its play
in the Indiana and Northwestern
games has been marred by frequent
fumbles. If the Buckeye ball car-
riers handle the ball in Saturday's
contest as they have in the past
two games the Wolvrines will have
a good chance to add several valu-
able points to their total.
The regular Michigan lineup en-
gaged in the dummy scrimmage
yesterday, with Harry Newman
again in at quarterback, Simrall
,nd Wheeler at the halfback posts,
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Assoeot1rU I'fs I'hot'
Robinson, who went good at the end of last season for the Illini, is
expected to receive the call at fullback Saturday when the Indians and
Wildcats meet in this week's Big Ten feature contest. This tilt will be
the first Conference game for the Suckers, while Northwestern has al-
ready chalked up one game in the win column.
Fischer Will Encounter Loveland Today
in Semi-Finals of Campus Golf Tourney

While Ohio State's record to
date has not been particularly
impressive, the Michigan scouts
predict that they will present a
strong line-up this Saturday
which will cause the Maize and
Blue plenty of worry. North-
western took the Buckeyes over
the road last week to the tune
of 19-2, but against Indiana
Ohio defeated the weak Hoosier
outfit by a 23-0 score.I
Coach Willaman was presented
with the problem of building a
team from a wealth of promising
sophomore material this year, and
while his aggregation shows great
potential strength, they lack the
experience of the seasoned cam-
paigner. However, Wesley Fesler,
twice All-American end is a con-
stant threat and will do much to
make up for the greenness of his
team-imates.
It is fitting that Michigan
will make its first out of town
appearance this year against
one of its oldest traditional
Western Conference foes. The
Bucks and*the Wolves have
tangled on the gridiron twenty
six times, and out of these bat-
tles Michigan has emerged on
the long end nineteen times,
with Ohio State winning but
five, three of these however
coming in the last three times
the two teams have met.
The Wolverines last won from
Ohio in 1927 in the dedication
game of the giant Stadium at Co-
lumbus when they pushed over
three touchdowns and kicked all
the goals to take the game 21-0.
The loss of last season is remem-
bered chiefly for the fact that al-
though Coach Kipke's men pushed
the Bucks all over the gridiron they
could not score, and when off
guard for a moment Holman pass-

verines in the hope that the
determined band of sopho-
mores will be able to climb
back into the Big Ten title I
race.
Even with this puzzling surprise
waiting for them when they trot
out on the field Saturday, Michi-
gan by virtue of its victory over
Purdue, will reign the favorite in
pre-game dope. The 12,000 rooters
who are expected to accompany
the team on this invasion will look
for a win, and anything else will
be in the nature of an upset-but
don't forget that Purdue expected
to win last Saturday!
PAST MICHIGAN-
O.S.U. SCORES
1897 Mich. 36 ....Ohio State 0
1900 Mich. 0 ....Ohio State 0
1901 Mich. 21 ....Ohio State 0
1902 Mich. 86 . .. .Ohio State 0
1903 Mich. 36 . . .Ohio State 0
1904 Mich 31 ... . Ohio State 6
1905 Mich. 40 ....Ohio State 0
1906 Mich. 6 ....Ohio State 0
1907 Mich. 22 ....Ohio State 0
1908 Mich. 10 ....Ohio State 6
1909 Mich. 33 . . . .Ohio State 6
1910 Mich. 3 ... .Ohio State 3
1911 Mich. 19 .. ..Ohio State 0
1912 Mich. 14 ....Ohio State 0
1918 Mich. 14 ....Ohio State 0
1919 Mich. 3 . . . .Ohio State13
1920 Mich. 7 . . . Ohio Statel4
1921 Mich. 0 . .. .Ohio State14
1922 Mich. 19 . .. .Ohio State 0
1923 Mich. 23 .....Ohio State 0
1924 Mich. 16 .. . .Ohio State 6
1925 Mich. 10 . . Ohio State. 0
1926 Mich. 17 ....Ohio Statel6
1927 Mich. 21 ... .Ohio State 0
1928 Mich. 7 .... Ohio Statel9J
1929 Mich. 0 . .. .Ohio State 7

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PLAYS.
'MIChIGA- JUI-R
PREPAREFOB OHIO
Courtright Attempts to Smoot1
Out Wrinkles Found Last
Week Against Indiana.
KEEN DRILLS LINEMEN
With the coming of the Ohio
State "B" team to Ann Arbor this
Saturday, renewed activity: was evi-
denced in the camp of Coach Ray
Courtright's Junior Varsity squad
yesterday afternoon in an effort to
turn back the Buckeye clallenge.
A stiff drill was in store for the
linemen with line coach Cliff Keen
polishing off the defects which de-
veloped in last Saturday's engage-
ment with the Hoosiers. . A syn-
chronized attack of the forward
wall was perfected.
New Plays Tried
Ohio is reported to have an open
running attack which works most
favorably in wide end sweeps and
it is for this style of play- that
Coach Courtright is attempting to
create a defense. .Several'. new
plays were given to the backs yes-
terday and they clicked .off in ra-
pid succession with unusual-occur-
acy. Ohio State juniors' should
have a difficult time stopping them
if the backs can do as well next
Saturday.
With the exception of Frik at
the left tackle, the starting, lineup
will probably remain the same with
Bovard and Justice a .t the .ends.
Jordan will be at the right tackle
and his coworker is yet to be selec-
ted.
Frisk Out For Time
Parker and Benz fare iing the
guard positions with: Winston as
pivot man. Coomnbe and Brown are
holding down the -halves and Ber-
kowitz is at full. Kutsche will call
signals. Frisk was not injured as
seriously as was'firstbannounced
and will probably be back in play.
within a week or two.
As this is the only hiome, game
this Saturday a large crowd is ex
l pected to see the affair. It will be
staged at 2 o'clock at Ferry Field.
EAST LANSING--Carl Nordberg,
veteran backfield man of the Mich-
igan State team, is, expected to get
back into action against Colgate
this Saturday. It was feared for
awhile. that Nordber-g's football
days were over because of an in-
jury.

Starting this afternoon at one
o'clock the last match of the semi-
finals in the campus golf champion-
ship will get underway. The partici-
pants in today's play are Fischer,
who defeated Howard in the quar-
ter-finals, and Loveland, who won)
his way to the semi-finals by down-
ing Captain Royston of the Varsity
squad. Both of the players in this
match are freshmen.
The Fischer-Loveland match was
to have been played yesterday, but
due to illness Loveland was unable
to take part. The victor of this
match will meet Hicks, finalist in
the lower bracket of match play,

who is the only varsity golfer left
in the play.
Coach Trueblood expects to have
the championship matches all play-
ed off by this week-end. Next week
several matches will be played be-
tween the Varsity and Freshman
teams.
VARSITY BASKETBALL
All men interested in Varsity
basketball report at the Intram-
ural Building any afternoon this
week after 4 o'clock. Bring your
own equipment. k
Coach George Veenker.

Associated Press Photo
Milton Gantenbein '
Who, besides being rated one of
the outstanding ends in the West-
ern Conference, captains the Uni-
versity of Wisccnrsin's 1930 grid
team.
Page Drills Crimson
for Minnesota Tilt
BLOOMINGTON, Ind., Oct. 14.-
Realizing the contest with Minne-
sota at Minneapolis next Saturday
is one of the "key" games of this
season, Coach Pat Page is priming
three teams for the encounter.
In the first Big Ten contest at
Ohio State on Oct. 4 it was evident
the Crimson offensive power was
not up to standard. Since that time
the Indiana mentor has conrentrat-
ed on this department. Steady im-
provement has been noted in theI
play of Stanley Saluski d Eugene
Opasik, sophomnor e halfbacks. Geo.
Ross, senior back, represents most
of the Crirnsoii's backfield punch.

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