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THE MICHIGAN

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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1930

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A RE 69HK HOMSES
Strength of Mvichigan Opponents
Is Unknown; Jayvees Seek
Second Victory.
FRISK MAY START GAME
Facing their second Conference
opponent, the Wolverine "B" team
will perhaps find in the Ohio squad
the dark horse of the Junior title
race, when it meets the Buckeyes at
2 o'clock today on Ferry Field.
Sweeping up from the south with
their strength as yet untested, the
Buckeyes will show an entirely dif-
ferent brand of ball than that play-
ed against the Hoosiers two weeks
ago. There will be no admission
charges for today's game.
Rounding out the week of intense
practice last night with a short
workout, Coach Courtright stated
that he believed the Wolves to be
in better shape than ever before
this early in the season. The Michi-
gan mentor was not, however, con-
fident that the Jayvees would come
off with top honors today. The Ohio
squad has been shrouded in mystery
with only a few rumors of poten-
tial power that would be loosed
against Michigan.
Indiana Beats Ohio.
Two weeks ago the Indiana Bees
handed out an 18-0 beating to the
crew from Columbus and last Sat-
urday the Wolves fought out a 10-7
win over the Hoosiers. Drawing any
inference of superior strength from
these comparative showings would
be folly, for the Ohioans had not
yet hit their stride and the two
added weeks of practice on their
wealth of material will prove that
the Buckeyes are still in the race
for Conference honors.
Drilling for the past week on a
smoother offence the Wolves have
developed a passing attack that
works like a charm and the running
plays are good for more yards. De-
fensively the Jayvees are perhaps
the stronger team, and plans have
been laid to stop the overhead at-
tack of which the Bucks boast.
Same Team to Start.
Starting for the Wolves will prob-
ably be the same team that opened
against the Hoosiers. Justice and
Bovardc will take the wing positions
while Jordan is assured one tackle
berth. Frisk has recovered from his
injury and may be able to start at
tackle while Horwitz will be in re-
lief.. Benz and Parker draw the
guard assignments and Winston
will be over the ball.
Behind the line Berkowitz will
probably play atfull where he made
a good showing last week. Kutshe
and Lindsey are the possible choices
for quarter. Kutshe has been count-
ed on for tossing most of the passes
and Lindsey has made long strides
in ability to handle the team on the
field. Coombe will start at one of
the halves and Brown will be ready
for service as a relief. Bremen
draws the other half assignment
and will be the receiver of most of
the passes while Markley will no
doubt see service also.
Crowds are expected to be at-
tracted to this game as the Varsity
is out of town and the Jayvees to-
day will make their bid for the
Conference title. With the winning
of this game the way should be
smooth for the Wolves to cop the
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PENNSYLVANIA TO CAH WSTH BADGER TEAM
IN BIG TEN'S LEA! G INTERSECTIONAL GAMEj

MANN TO TEACH
YOUNG SWIMMERS'
First Swimming Class to Meet
This Morning at Union.
Matt Mann, coach of the Varsity
swimming team, will conduct swim-
mng classes for children about the
age of seven in the Michigan Union
pool Saturday morning at 8:30. He
clans to continue the classes
tIroughout the year, meeting on
Saturday mornings the same time
each week. The object of the
cla_ s is to teach the younger
children to love the water and feel
at home in it at all times, and
the course of instruction will cover
the fundamentals of the popular
sti: ekes.
Several New Men Show Ability
in Drills on Intramural
Building Equipment.
Despite the earliness of the sea-
son, Coach Roy West, new gym-j
nastic mentor, is quite pleased with
the showing that his candidates1
are making in the practice sessions
which he is holding three after-
noons per week in the Intramural
gymnasium.
Several of the men are already
showing some good form in the
individual events. The Steinberg
boys, Harry and Abe, are perhaps
the most outstanding with their
work on the horse. Solomon is
working out on the horizontal bar
and is also doing some good work
with the rings. Parker is doing
some tumbling on the mats as well
as taking a fling at the rings oc-
casionally. Schiller is doing fair
work on the high bar as is Decker
with the Indian clubs.
Coach West has announced that
he will conduct a class in gym-
nastics every Saturday morning
from 10:30 to 12*o'clock, beginning
next week. This class is open to all
men on the Campus whether they
have had any experience or not.
The idea is to train the men in the
fundamentals and to aid in the
preparations for the Intramural
tumbling tournament this winter.
Coach West is also holding a class
for freshmen Wednesday afternoon
at 3 o'clock in Waterman gymna-
sium if anyone is interested.

COACHES IRISH
IN TARTAN TILT

FO UR ECONFErRE INCE
TILTS 0ONPO _GRAM
Crippled Northwestern Eleven
to Clash With Illinois;
Iowa Plays Purdue.
HAWKS RETURN TO FOLD
With all Western Conference
teams scheduled either among
themselves or against worthy out-
side foes, Middle West gridiron
fans are in for an afternoon re-
plete with thrills. Four tradition-
al Big Ten contestg are on tap in
addition to Wisconsin's game with
Pennsylvania and the meeting be-
tween Chicago and Florida.
Wildcats Crippled.
Northwestern's riddled Wildcats
will face Illinois in what promises
to be one of the most interesting
encounters of the day. The recent
vaccination of the entire Purple
team coupled with the loss of Hangk
Bruder and Reb Russell leaves
Hanley's charges in a rather pr'e-
carious position to face the Illini.
The Indians showed a smooth of-
fense last week against Butler, and
Zuppke will have his men worked
up to a pitch for this tilt. Unless
Northwestern plays an inspired
E game it is very likely that the suc-
kers will dim Hanley's chances at
another conference crown by hand-
ing them a defeat.
Iowa Back Again.
Purdue, handed a damaging set-
back by Michigan, will attempt to
recover some prestige at Iowa's ex-
pense. This is the lone Big Ten
game of the Hawkeyes for the sea-
son, and they will play with an
eye toward keeping their Confer-
ence record unsullied. However
Purdue with its excellent over-
head game and hard driving backs
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CAPT.
GANTEMBEIN
WISCONSIN

Knute Rockne,
Veteran mentor of the Notre
Dame Ramblers, who will pit his
team against the strong aggrega-
tion representing Carnegie Tech
I this afternoon at South Bend. The
Tartans are among the best teams
that the Irish will be called upon
to meet this season.
Michigan-Ohio State
Tilt to be Broadcast
Those who wish to follow the
Michigan-Ohio State game by radio
Saturday, will be able to tune in
on five different stations and get a
play-by-play account of the game.
Two Detroit stations, WJR and
WWJ will broadcast, starting at 2
o'clock. Other stations carrying the
game include WLW of Cincinnati,
WTAM of Cleveland and WEAO of
Columbus.

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FRESHMEN TRACK
WILL START SOON
Yearling Mentor to Start Each
Group off Separately.
C o a c h Doherty of freshman
track will issue the first call for
all first year men interested in any
events of track next week. From
then on all that report will work
out down at Yost Field House un-
der his supervision instead of at-
tending the regular gym classes.
The plan this year is for the
coach to drop in on eachgym per-
iod personally and first pick out
the men who could be candidates
for the high jump, broad jump, or
pole vault. These yearlings he will
take do.wn to the Field House for,
the rest of the week and get them
started with the practices. As soon{
as he has this first bunch into the
general run of things, probably byj
the following week, he will return
and pick out the weight men and
repeat the same process with them.

Coach La Wray and his Quakers
from the University of Pennsylva-
nia are scheduled to invade Madi-
son today to meet Wisconsin in the
leading intersectional tilt of the day
in the Western Conference. Captain
Dick Gentle, who calls signals, and
Walter Masters, halfback, are the
powers in the Penn backfield, while
Captain Gantenbein and Lubrato-
vich are among the Badger stars
who will play.

VETERAN PITCHER
BO UG HT BY CUBS

Hornsby's Reconstruction
Includes Deal for May.

Bill



TODAY'S GAMES
MICHIGAN AT OHIO STATE.
Northw estern at Illinois.
Purdue at Iowa.
Indiana at Minsota.
Carnegie Tech at Notre Dame.
Penn at Wisconsin.
Florida at Chicago.
Colgate at Michigan State.
Brown at Yale.
Cornell at Prlncelon.
Army at Harvard.
Pittsburgh at Syracuse.

(By Associated Press)
CHICAGO, Oct. 17. - William
Wrigley's magnetic checkbook has
drawn another veteran pitcher,
Jakie May, into the Cub fold, the
third since the Rogers Hornsby
system of reconstruction was in-
stalled.
May, a left-hander, with nearly
a dozen seasons of National League
service, yesterday was purchased
from the Cincinnati Reds in a cash
deal. Last week Lester Sweetland,'
another southpaw, was purchased
from the Phillies, and a day later
Bob Smith, a Boston right-hander,
became a member of the Cubs in
a cash and trade deal.

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