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Joe McCarthy,
Whose appointment as pilot of
the New York Yankees to succeed
Bob Shawkey at a salary of $35,000
a year has been affirmed by Colonel
Jacob Rupert, owner of the club.
LOVELAND TRAILS
FISCHER AT 18TH
Only Half of Semi-Final Match
Played Yesterday.
Yesterday saw the beginning of
the semi-final match in the cam-
pus golf tournament after a series
of unforseen occurences had caused
the match to be postponed twice
from the days before.- The two
contestants played 18 of the 36
i holes, and at this stage in the bat-
tle Johnny Fischer held a four hole
lead over his opponent, John Love-
land.
The 11th hole proved to be the
turning point of the match as up1
to that time the men were playing
on even terms. However Fischer
took advantage of a temporary
lapse on the part of his rival to win
five of the next six holes. Loveland
rallied on the home hole to score a
birdie to Fischer's par, and reduce
the latter's lead to four holes,
Both contestants were off their
customary form with Fischer hav-
ing a medal score of 77 to Love-
I land's count of 80.

By JOEr7 USELL1
Although major interest in West-
ern Conference football circles will
probably center at Cclum.bus where
Co.-h Harry Kipie's Wolverines
are to battle the Buckeyes Satur-
day, -iere wil lbe two other games
which will hare an important bear-
ing cn the final standings in the
Big Tcn.
Ncrtwegcn, rr p 7c l
sore ae.s a i the I o;r of two
eo' their star players in Captain
Hank 1ruCr and R fussell,
are t0 meet the IAi this week,
and alhough in re-season
predictions euppke's men were
not conceded a chance to even
hold the Wildcats, t"A t de of
victory is very liable to run to-
ward the Orange and Blue. Ii-
linois with a green team has
shown great potential strength,
and against the weakened and
small-pox exposed Cats should
Feature Grid Games
Will be Broadcast
The University of Michigan
and Chio State foot bail game
Saturday in Columbus, 0., will
be broadcast in Detroit by W WJ
and WJR in a hook-up with
WTAM of Cleveland. The U. of
D.-West Virginia game Friday
night will be heard over WJBX.
Other important games on the
air will be as follows:
Army and Harvard, WSAI,
Cincinnati.
Chicago and Florida, WCFL
and KYW, Chicago.
Notre Dame and Carnegie
Tech, WBRM, Chicago.
Northwestern a n d Illinois,
WGN, Chicago.
Minnesota and Indiana,
WCCO, Minneapolis.
Wisconsin and Pennsylvania,
WJZ, New York.
Purdue and Iowa, WOC, Dav-
nport.'
Southern California and Utah
Aggies, KFI, Los Angeles.
Oregon and Washington, KPO,
San Francisco.

Rau able to gve a good account
of itself. This game appears to
be somewhat of a toss-ap.
Iowa, reinstated into the Confer-
ence this year will take on Purdue
in their first attempt to vindicateI
their honor on the gridiron. Pur-
due, as shown in the Michigan
game has a fine team, and it isj
sre they will be on edge to climb1
back into the Big Ten race after'

being so rudely pushed off the top
of the heap by the Maize and Blue.
In the only other game be- I
tween two Conference schools
Indiana will have a chance to
show that they are not going to
be pushed from pillar to host
this year when they line up a-
gainst Minnesota. The Hoosiers
started their Big Ten schedule
anything but well when they
allowed Ohio State to give
them a good drubbing. The Go-
phers on the other hand, ac-
counted a very weak team the
beginning of the season came
back last week to hold Stanford
to a 0-0 tie, which in itself
makes the Gophers a possibility
in title predictions.
However at Columbus two teams,
neither one of which was supposed
to be outstanding at the beginning
of the season will meet in one of
the most traditional games in the
west. One eleven will be battling
to keep its Conference record
clean and to remain at the top of
(Continued on Page 7)

SLUGGER WINS
PATTING TITLE

FENCERS TO OPEN'
DRILLSIN WEEK
Capt. Gordon Heads Returning
List of Veterans.
Practice for Michigan's Varsity
fencing team will begin early next
week, accordinga to an announce-
ment made yesterday by Coach
Johnstone, who is expecting a fair-
ly large turnout of new men, in ad-
dition to the five Varsity fencers
returning from last year's team.
Captain Gordon, the star of last
year's Wolverine team, will be back
this year to engage i nthe sabre
bouts, while Friedman, Lovell, and
Madero will be back to work in the
foils division. Dowsett, another
member of last year's team, will be
the only returning veteran in the
epee.
Large Squad Seen
In addition to these veteran per-
formers, Coach Johnstone expects
a large turnout of men from last
year's freshman team, led by Mor-
ley. the all-campus champion in
the foils and eppe. Three good
men, Stolpman, Mammer, and
Koon, will be lost to the team this
year because of graduation.
The freshman fencing team has
been working out for two days un-
der the direction of Coach John-
stone in the Intramural Building.
Chances for a good yearling team
look exceedingly bright, with a
turnout of 14 men, although all of
them lack experience.
Turnout Good
This number is one of the
largest opening day turnouts the
yearling team ever had, and with
the appearance of several men who
have signed up for the sport but
have not yet reported, a fairly
large group will be on hand.

Invasion
BSTERPLN
Strong Ohio State Junior Team
Defeated in Opening Big
Ten Grid Tilt.
KUTSCHE AT QUARTER
Michigan Junior Varsity hopes
were raised considerably yesterday
when Frisk, veteran tackle who was
one of the mainstays of the line
before he was injured in practice
a week or so ago, reported for a
light workout with Coach Court-
right's "B" team.
With Frisk again worxsing out
with the team, although he may
not be able to get in against Ohio
State's Junior Varsity gridders
when they invade Ferry Field to
meet the Wolverine Reserves at 2
o'clock tomorrow, the chances of
the Maize and Blue team became
better than they were before, when
it was believed that he would defi-
nitely be out of the game. Although
he will not be able to play without
the doctor's permission, Coach
Courtright is hoping that he will
round into good enough shape to
enable him to get in the game for
a short time at least.
With Frisk on the sidelines yes-
terday was Justice, veteran end,
who was nursing a slight injury.
He will be in condition to play
against the Scarlet and Gray to-
morrow, however.
Yesterday's drill consisted of a
scrimmage with one freshman
eleven, which gave the Junior
Varsity playexs ,A last chance to
test their plays before meeting the
Buckeyes. The team was also given
practice against Buckeye plays.
(Continued on Page 7)

Al Simmons,
Whose American League batting
title for 1930 has been officially rec-
ognized. He beat out Lou Gehrig
by two points with an average of
.381.
Jinx of Broken ones
ogs Ba gers' Trail
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MADISON, Wis., Oct. 16.-
Northwestern hasn't had all the
hard luck in football this sea-
son. Wisconsin has had more
than its share. The Badgers
have lost two lettermen and two
promising sophomores.

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