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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1930

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L ATS8 BIGSIXSCHEDULESCOND SACKER
GETSUNDER WAY
GOES TO ROBINS
Several Important Tilts Listed
on Opening Day's Program.'
fM t rf ! G Y

VARSIT Y I HARR,,EIER
Undefeated State Normal Team
,o Invade Ann Arbor
Next Thursday.
ONE VETERAN MISSING

DODGERS LAND
PHILLY SLUGGER

CASFE
C ADVERtTISING

Three Other Conference Games
on Schedule; Wisconsin
to Face Quakers.
SKIBOES AT SOUTH BEND
(Continued from Page 6) .
should secure its first victory of
the Conference season. Iowa thus
far has shown a lamentable weak-
ness in forward pass defense, and
Ingwerson's line also figures to be
outplayed by the strong Boiler-
maker forwards.
After a poor start against Van-
derbilt, Minnesota rallied last Sat-
urday to hold Stanford to a score-~
less tie, and as a result must rank;
a heavy favorite to down Indiana.
Undoubtedly the Gophers played
over their heads against Warner's
team, but they can slip consider-
ably and still be able to defeat the
Hoosiers, who have what seems to;
be an exceptionally weak outfit
this year.J
Crisler has brought his team a-
long rapidly since the opening de-
bacle with Vanderbilt's Commo-
dores, and if the present rate of
improvement can be maintained
the Northmen may be able to
boast a championship team. In-
diana was smothered by Ohio State
two weeks ago and last week was
held to a 7-7 tie by the Oklahoma
Aggies.
Penn Comes West.
An exceptionally strong Penn-
sylvania team journeys to Madison
to do battle with the Badgers. Wis-
consin flashed a powerful offense
last week in beating Chicago, and1
Pennsylvania will have a busy af-
ternoon on its hands. However the1
advance dope favors the Quakers
slightly as the unknown quantity
of Chicago renders Wisconsin more
or less of an unknown quantity
despite their smashing victory.
Pennsylvania has shown a hard
charging forward wall and a clev-
er, fast set of backs, but has yet to
meet real opposition, and the Bad-
gers may ride to victory despite
the form sheet.
Coach Alonzo Stagg's Maroons
play host to Florida with the Alli-
gators favored to win if for no
other reason than that Chicago
has been shown to be unusually
weak this year. The vators can
almost always be counted on for
a strong team, and unless the Ma-
roons can uncover a stubbon de-
fense Florida should emerge victor-
ious.1
Irish Face Carnegie
Notre Dame will meet Carnegie
Tech in one of the feature games
of the day with the Pittsburgh
crew having a record of defeating
the Rocknemen twice in the last
three times they have played. The
Irish are in for a tough afternoon
as Rockne pessimistically indicated
when he said earlier in the week
that his boys would probably lose
by eight or nine touchdowns. Des-
pite the absurdity of that state-
ment it is far from impossible that
Carnegie can win, and at any rate
they will offer a big obstacle for
the South Bend team to hurdle.

- (By Associated Press)
KANSAS CITY, Oct. 17.-The big
six football conference has reached
the so-called "white heat" stage of
conflict.
Five thousand Oklahomans will
trail the Sooners, who beat Neb-
raska, into Dallas for the Texas
tussle. Kansans will flock to the
Kansas Aggie stadium for the,
twenty-eighth annual renewal of
the conflict between the Aggies and
Kansas. Nebraska and Iowa State
continue at Ames, a football rivalry'
which had its inception in 1891.
Missouri goes east for the third
consecutive year to play New York
university.
The "dope" favors Kansas, New
York, Nebraska and Texas, but the
margin in most cases is not over-
whelming and victories for Iowa
State, Oklahoma and the Kansas
Aggies would hardly be classed as
upsets...
Oklahoma is certain to retain its
unblemished conference r e c o r d
another week. The Kansas-Kansas
Aggie game is the opening titular
fray for both teams while Iowa
State will be opening its battle for
something better than its 1929 last
place, when it engages Nebraska.

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Freshman Star Gains Finals
Defeating Loveland, 3-1,
in 36-Hole Mf atch.

by

Frisco Thompson,
Former second baseman of the
Philadelphia Phillies, who was re-
cently traded to the Brooklyn
Dodgers along with Lefty O'Doul
for three Robin players and a large
amount of cash. Thompson experi-
enced only a mediocre season dur-
ing 1930, hitting .284.

IIntramuxral News
A number of new games have five feet. The Intramural depart-
been added to the activities of the ment furnishes the raquets, while
Intramural; department and they ;the players are required to use
all seem destined .to prove very their own shuttles. A court has
popular. Among these additionso been placed at the disposal of the
the list of games are code-ball players in the auxiliary gymnas-
b a d mi nto n, shuffleboard, and tium.
twenty-one. A shuffleboard court is being in-
Code-ball is a game which brings stalled near the handball courts so
the feet into play instead of the that players who are waiting -for
hands in propelling the ball. The courts may play the game. This
game is played in a handball court sport is the same as that played
and the rules are practically the on board ship, and consists of
same as in handball with the ex- pushing a disc along the floor into
ception that the hands are not designated areas.
used. This new sport is as stren- Twenty-one is played by shot-
uous as handball without the rush- ing a basketball at the goal. A long
ing of the latter game, and it may shot counts two points and a short
be played with the comparative shot one. The player to first score
leisure of golf, by those who seek a 21 points wins the game.
real contest with pleasure and di-
version, but without excessive ef-
fort. As a result of much practice Ohio State 'B' Team
in the sport many students are be- to Meet Wolverines
coming quite proficient at the _-
game. (Continued From Page 6)
The English game of badminton banner. A radio hook-up has been
is being well received. It consists effected on Ferry field which will
of hitting a feathered shuttle back provide a play-by-play account of
and forth over a net with modified the big struggle at Columbus as itl
tennis raquets. The net is stretch- is played. As no seats are reservedI
ecd across the court at a height of the gates will be open at one o'clock.

With Coach Hoyt out of town
with the football team, the Michi-
gan harriers are continuing their
practices under the supervision of
the new freshman track coach.
Each afternoon they run at 4:30
over the cross country course, keep-
ing themselves in good condition
and trying to pick up all possible
additional form in preparation for
their first meet when they face
Ypsilanti here next Thursday.
To Ue New Course.
The race will be run over the new
three-mile course on which the
last time trials were clocked. The
Ypsi team is about as good a group
of harriers as Michigan will run up
egainst throughout the entire sea-
son. They went through their sea-
son undefeated last year, piling up
i scores that left no doubt as to.
which was the better team each
time, and they have lost but one
member of that championship
combination this year. Their rec-
ord this season varies not at all
from that of the past, as they have
not dropped a meet. Michigan's
cross country team will have to be
a winning one to compare with
these invading harriers.
The regular Varsity squad has
not been announced yet but the
seven men who will represent the
Maize and Blue on the road will be
chosen from the top 10 or so men
whosturnedin the best times for
three-mile trials held the other
day. The veteran Austin and an
outsanding sophomore, Howell, fin-
ished in the same order for the
opening trials, first and second. An-
other member of alst year's Var-
sity, Wolfe, took third, and Bedenik
was fourth. Hayes, Fuestal, and
Crawford were the next ones to
cross the finish, two of whom came
out last year but did not make the
Varsity. Klahn and Leland stand
at the bottom of the prospective
list with the eighth and ninth
best times.
Two Men Out.
Two men who should be among
those chosen for the first squad
were unable to take the second
time trials because of sore legs,
but their work prior to that puts
them in the top flight. At least the
one, Captain Fitzgibbons will be
chosen, and the other, Hill, is a
good bet for a berth. With these
men back in shape, Hoyt has al-
most a dozen prosnects for consid-

Associated Press Photo
Lefty O'Doul,
One of the heaviest hitters in the
National League, who will sport the
regalia of the Brooklyn Robins for
the first time next year. O'Doul was
the principal figure in the recent
trade that brought him to the Dodg-
ers from the Philadelphia Phillies.
TRACK PRACTICE
HELD REGULARLY

John Fischer entered the finals
of the Varsity golf tournament yes-.
terday by eliminating John Love-
land in a 36-hole match, 3 and 1.
Fischer will meet Jarvis Hicks in
another 36-hole contest, some day
next week.
Today's winner began the play on
the final 18--holes of the match
with a 4-hole margin. Loveland,
whose game on the previous day
had been extremely ragged, set-
tled down to business as the last
half of the battle began. Starting
by winning the 19th and 20th holes,
he at one time had his opponent's
lead cut to one up.
Loveland, however, lacked the
s rallying power, and Fischer had
t him dormie after the 34th and
- then took tie 35th There was a

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Small Turnouts Feature
Season Cinder Drills.

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Early

great deal of steady golf, but few
spectacular shots. Fischer, at this
point was content with holding his
margin.
Coach Trueblood announced that
the freshmen who win the four
places remaining open on the year-
ling squad will be excused from
gym during the golf season. The
freshman team will include ten
players, and will oppose the Var-
sity in practice matches on the
University course.

Fall training for Varsity track
candidates is rather a one-sided af-
fair so far. Although there are 25
men working out at various times
during the week, the greater part
of theseare jumpers. The work on
the high jump, the broad jump, and
the hurdles comprises the busiest
percentage of the afternoon prac-
tices, but there are not enough can-
didates for any of these to sew
them up and more material would
be welcome.
Most of the men are averaging1
about four times a week for the
workouts, some of them getting
down every afternoon and others
unable to make more than once or
twice a week. The practices are in
the nature of loosening up the mus-
cles that were not exercised during
the summer vacation and getting
into general condition before letting
out for serious improvement.
If the men show enough interest,
and provided a sufficient number
turns out in time to pick out the
necessary squads, an informal meet
will be run off about the third week
in November between the Varsity
candidates and the freshman cind-
er men. In such a contest the for-
mer will miss the track men who
are out for football now.

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