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WILDCATS VACCINAT ED TO AVOID DISEASE
FEATRE PRPLEjIX l[H
I s EC . L rLs m s .' g 3L .a inS 3 S UbG'..^,
to Oppose Varsty Eleven l
With Buckeye Plays.
DmiES DIOP OUT
Freshman football is gradually
narrowing down to workouts with
the strongr and bAtter caniO es i
that have turned out this year.aThe
squad has been dropping oI as the
poorer men fail to come back for
the practice until some three score
men are left for Coach Ray Fisher's
tutelage. The yearlings that remain
are not so heavy but there are
seveal good men in tli' midst.
The best of the int year men
continue to work und:r Benny Oo
sterbaan and Coach Cmpon against
l..he Varsity. Tuesday a selet eleven
were given several Ohio State plays
that they ran o with tfipke
charges in a dummy serimmrae to
acquaint Michigan's gid tea iwith
the Buckeye style. This part of the
freshman practice was not very
strenuous yesterday. Besides this
group four or five yearlings were
diafted to do defensive work in a
passing drill with the Varsiy.
The balance of the men were put
through an extnsive drill for block-
,kng and breaking thro gh the at-
~tick of an offensive lin. This was
..r the improvement of the guards,
tackles, and ends followig the usu-
al programof stressing this part of
the game. The freshmen displayed
gothJxig exceptional in tis drill but
a .ecided, in'pro em nt ovr te
pmactices earlier 1his fall could be
,1ticed. The daily condiioning is
getting the candidates into good
fi4ape and rounding off many of the
o aterrman Renner, and Ever-
hardus still stand out as the best
men in the backfield in the scrim-c
mages with the Varsity. All threeE
of these freshmen have nice runs,
kicking fair punts, and tossing pass-i
es that prove bothersome to the1
Maize and Blue eleven. On the line,E
Austin and Cantril have been tak-
ing the honors with their work at
the tackles, with Conover and Ehm-
ling doing hard work at their re-t
The general run of the yearlings
now is a light but good footballi
material that may develop somec
promising men for Kipke next year.c
Just how they stack up cannot bec
acurately estimated until they go
up against the Physical Eds andc
give an account of themselves. 1
Philadelphia to Get
(I?% Assockted Pess)
PITTSBURGH, Oct. 13. - The
Pittsburgh club of the National
Hockey league has been transferred
to Philadelphia for a period of one
year, James F. Callahan, official of.
the club announced tonight.
Transfer of the Pirates has been
discussed for the past several weeks,
but the new home for the chronic
tailenders was not determined un-
til today. Pittsburgh officials sought:
to have the club transferred to
Chicago and play its home games
in the Chicago stadium, but al-
though Major Frederick McLaugh-
lin volunteered to waive his terri-
torial rights for a cash considera-
tion, the offer was rejected.
Freshmen who play a strong
game of golf for a 6000 yard
course are requested to get in
touch with Prof. Thomas C.
Trueblood by calling 4335, and
apply for places on the Fresh-
man golf team.
Coach T. C. Trueblood
(.Sp'c'ia! to T'17 c flavy
EVANSTON, Ill., Oct. 14.-North-
western's preparation for the Illi-,
nois game has settled down to a
I'pcriod of watchful waiting to find
out which of the players will or will
not be affected by the vaccination
which they underwent Sunday.
Every player on the squad was sub-
jected to the treatment, and Coach
Dick Hanley is very much up in the
air over the men who will be avail-
able for the game.
TO R FAULTS
Uncovered in Big Ten
Opener Last Week.
IOWA NEXT OPPOSITION
S(Spe i to 'i( 1)ailx)
LAFAYETTE, Ind., -Oct. 14. -
Bitterly disappointed, but not dis-
TIME WILL TELL
No clothes will lasJas long as those
which are washed by us.
204 N. Main St. Phone 3916
GRAPE JUICE-Made of sweet
Concord grapes. Phone 6826.
150 TUTORS-ALL COURSES
MACK TUTORING AGENCY
310 S. State St. Phone 7927
k^ All scrimmage has been called off
in the Wildcat camp this week due
to the vaccination which was or-
dered after it was learned that
Capt. Hank Bruder, the Purple's ill-
starred halfback, was ill with small
/rmpOx. With both the varsity and
freshmen players vaccinated, Coach
Hanley is devoting the practice ses-
sions to running signals and brush-
ing up on plays.
"We are placed in a perplexing
position," Coach Hanley pointed out.
"All scrimmage has been forbidden
this week while the players are un-
der the effects of the vaccination.
We have just got to sit tight and
hope that the treatment will have
sno harmful effect on our regulars.
Meanwhile all preparations possi--
s ble are being made for the annual
clash with Bob Zuppe's Illini. The
Wildcats are not permitting them-
selves to be deceived by the reports
that Illinois is a green team and
consequently not to be taken seri-
Assaciated Press Photn ously. High respect is held by the
Purple board of strategy for such
backfield stars as Yanuskus, Berry,
Although the powerful Wildcat Schultz, Root, and Perrine. These
gridders proved last Saturday that E ball carriers flashed a lot of power
they could win without the aid of against Butler and will be out to
their 'hard luck' Captain Hank upset the Purple in the big home-
Bruder, who is at present in the coming struggle at Urbana.
In the past three games the two
ihspit with smallpox, they are teams have scored 13 points apiece.
was won last year by the Buckeyes taking no chances on losing any The Illini won the 1927 game by a
under the leadership of John Car- more of their Varsity gridders. score of 7 to 6 and the 1928 game
penter. Above are shown four members by a 6 to 0 count. Last year North-
The complete program. includes i of the Purple squad avoiding any western was the victor in a thrill-
competition in speedball, volley- chance of coming down with the ing 7 to 0 game.
ball, baseball, basketball, handball, disease by being vaccinated. They
bowling, track, relays, horseshoes, are, left to right; Dffck Fendl, 'Pug'
and tennis, Teams are being organ- Rentner, Joe LaRocque, and George BASEBALL MANAGER
ized at the present time for speed- Dillay. Rentner has been perform- TRYOUTS
ball. ing well and is expected to bear the All Sophomores and second se-
Some 50 individuals have handed brunt of the burden for the Wild- All Fresn sen
their names in for teams thus far cats until the return of Bruder. ester Freshmen interested inor basketball man-
to the department. Anyone may The Purple captain was singled rying ot at the Intramural
appoint themselves a manager, and out of hundreds of students by the ager report, a t Ihaul
with a group of 12 students can disease just after he had begun a Building any afternoon this
enter into competition for the en- grid season that promised to give week after4:30 o'clock.
tire year. One thing that sh'ould him recognition as one of the StewSmith, Manager
- reme~mbred is thatnm-p.Ie acountrv's outstanding lavers.
First round makches in the all-
campus horseshoe tournament arel
scheduled to be completed by
Thursday. There are 19 entrants
in the singles with Tahlman, Arsu-1
lowicz, Dunbar, and Bross as the1
Starting uednesday the all-'
campus golf tournament will get1
under way with 22 men having
signified their intention of compet-;
ing. This tournament is entirely
different from the one now being
conducted by Coach Trueblood-
over the University course.
Players are to arrange with their
opponents as to time and place of
playing. Anyone entered and not
knowing the identity of their ad-
versary can learn it by calling the
Thursday will see the completion
of the second round in the singles
of the all-campus tennis' tourna-
ment which started off this year
with a list of 91 entrants. Twenty-
two teams have entered the dou-
bles with Phelps and Cole, winners
of the spring tournament, favored
to finish first. Robert Clark, who
emerged victorious in the singles
last year. is now a member of the
varsity squad, and consequently isI
ineligible to compete in this year's
couraged ovef the one-point defeat
at the hands of Michigan Satur-
day, Purdug's gridiron combination
has settled down to work with the
realization that there is more
ahead than there is behind as far
as this year's schedule is concerned.
Five Big Ten games, beginning
with the invasion of Iowa this Sat-
urday, still remain on the Boiler-
maker's schedule, and providing the
eleven plays the type of ball it did
for the first quarter against Michi-
gan, Coach Kizer's crew can still
finish well up in the conference
Sustained Drive Needed.
Sustained offensive drive is the
big need of the Boilermaker crew
as it prepares for what promises
to be one of the toughest battles
of the year against the Hawkeyes
at Iowa City Saturday.
Purdue swept Michigan off its
feet in the first twelve minutes of
play last Saturday to score two
touchdowns, only to have Michigan
take advantage of the breaks and
come back with two touchdowns
that nosed out Purdue's bid for
Iowa Points to Purdue.
Iowa, with its Big Ten rating
hanging on the result of the Pur-
due game, the only conference tilt
of the season for the Hawkeyes,
has been frankly pointing for the
game all season, and Kizer is an-
ticipating plenty of trouble as the
Boilermakers make their bid for
The Boilermakers are apt to feel
the lack of -the services of Jack
White, veteran quarterback.
RIGHT OFF THE BOAT
Swank wasn't smuiggled in, or even i-
ported, but it has al the crisp freshness,I
the eor~mopot itan air, th nging novelty.
It ailfers in t aLIts origin can he traced,
tiha.- After ueca1es of discomfort, men
~tarned in fury against qhe ' sticolr.
soft-c oliar tips funned the air like sea-
gull's~ wixr. 'Ihen cine Lthe reaction. in
te ne rrarna de- ecy, te suaring plumes
were pinned, at. the: coL of p(mcLred
th I', I Ld Hrrowed neks, riddled collars.
And then came Swank-looks like a pia,.
hout in t. Slip it on and slip it off. No
prongs, no points. Collar perrixctly in place.
Goti-illed or solid gold. I'Pia, fanecy and
port de-signs in various lengths. Jeweer'
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WANTED-Girl from 8 until 9 each
morning and one and one-half
hours at noon. Raggedy Ann
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GENTLEMAN connected with Uni-
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family in quiet house, reasonable,
near University. Will pay extra
for private bath. Call 3779,M.
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FOR RENT-Fine suite of rooms,
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layer signs up with a team he ---
annot transfer to another group.
GIVEN TO SQUAD
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Hudson at fullback, Morrison at
center, Draveling and Cox at the
ends, Auer and Samuels at the
tackles, and Hozer and Cornwell at
the guard posts.
Saturday's g a m e, although
neither team may go on to win the
Big Ten championship laurels, must
be rated as one of the football
classics of the year in midwestern
gridiron circles. Always the bitter-
est of rivals, Ohio State and the
Wolverines will be meeting in their
twenty-seventh football engage-
ment betwen the two schools, Mich-
igan's record standing at 19 wins,
five loses, and two ties. Such a con -
test, steeped in tradition for both
institutions as this game is, is cer-
tain to draw one of the record
crowds of the year to the mammoth
Ohio State horseshoe, which can
seat a crowd of 75,000. Advance
predictions say that at least 15,000
rooters from Michigan, students
and alumni, are expected to attend
the game. The Varsity Band, will
also attend in full force.
For real service we recommend
this oxford of enuine black calf-
skin with a heavy sole.
A real buy at
mes Boot Shop
620 East Liberty Street
Gym Shoes, $1.00 to $2.79
VIOLIN-Good solo instrument;
old German make; Ane 'condi-
tion. Box 143 Mich. Daily. 123
LOST-Wrist watch, name on back
Martin Ruona. Phone 3823. 2
LOST-An Alpha Chi Omega so-
rority pin. If found dial 3718.
due game. Dial 8118.
GRUEN wrist sweep second hand.
Fin derreturn main desk Union.
Receive rpWard. 23
LOST-Black leather key container
with several keys. Box 123, Mich-
igan Daily. 13
LOST-Small gold pin; rifle crest,
Scot, S. R. C. Call Louise Stoll-
berg, 448 Mosher Hall.
Efforts are being made at the
present time by the Intramural de-
partment to sign up non-fraternity
men ,or indepenident team competi-
tion. Last year was the first oc-
casiont that this sort of activity was
carried on, and an entry list of
36 teams was secured. The teams
are composed of 12 men, and com-
pete in a ten-sport program, which
Don't let rain
run you around
You can bet your
bottom dollar -
THE dull frosh, scrambling
around the campus like an egg
because it's raining, can per-
chance be forgiven. He just
doesn't know. Let the lad
learn, from wiser men than
he, that a Fish Brand Slicker
will keep him dry, from be-
hind his ears to his weak
ankles, and enable him to pre-
serve any dignity he may
some day acquire.
Fish Brand Varsity Slickers,
smartly cut, long-wearing,
are sold everywhere, in a wide
variety of models, weights
and colors. Look for the fish
on the label. A. J. Tower
Company, 24 Simmons Street,
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