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October 22, 1930 - Image 7

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IN 1
Courtright Stresses B1o c kin g
in Front of Bal Toter
n jayvees Drill.
In preparation for Saturday's en-
counter with the Illini Coach Court-
right yesterday sent his charges
through a fairly hard workout,
drilling them on running plays and.
in the art of charging.
The same men who saw service in
1 a s t week's game with the Ohio
Juniors worked together on the of-
fensive side, with Coach Courtright
giving them the plays to use. Brown
was doing a good share of the ball-'
toting in scrimmage, with Lindsey
at the quarterback post. Coombe
and Berkowitz were the other mem-
bers of the backfield combination.;
Stress Interference.
In running through the plays, the
coaches laid considerable stress on
interference, and they were quite
successful in their attempt to form
a °Ood defense for the ball carrier,
with Lindsey, Coombe, and Berko-
witz taing out the opposition for
the runner.
Coach Keen worked with the line
and had ;practically the same men
in the offensive forward wall that
have been there all season. Unger
and Jordan performed well at the
guard and tackle positions.
Courtright spent consierable
time in drilling Markley on charg-
ing, and it looks as if he would see
service in Saturday's game. With
the added attention given to many
of the substitutes, the strength of
the Wolverine Bees should be great-
ly increased. It looks highly proba-
ble that many of the reserve men
will be used in the coming contest
with the Indians to add fresh im-
petus to the Wolves as the men on
the field become tired.
Illini Jayvees Strong.
A large number of men will be
taken on the trip to Urbana this
week-end when the Michigan Jay-
vees will do battle With the strong
Illinois eleven. A very hard contest
is anticipated as the Indians have
downed Indiana's Junior Varsity by
a score of 12-7. As a comparison of
the scores by which the Wolverines
and the Indians won over the In-
diana team the two elevens are
pretty evenly matched. The Maize
and Blue defeated the Hoosiers,
The journey to Illinois is the'
longest one on this year's schedule
for the Michigan Bees.
German Fighter Dies
After Being Defeated
(By Associated Press)
NEW YORK, Oct. 21.-Warren
Hogan, New York Negro light
heavyweight, was under arrest on
a technical charge of homicide to-
day in connection with the death
of Carl Baldus, German boxer.
CHICAGO- The intentional bunt
will be the only sacrifice to appear
on the scoring records from now
on, according to President E. S.
Barnard of the American League.

v arsty
Yanks Send Pitchers
to West Coast Tbeam
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Acquisition of two right-handed
pitchers from the New York
Yankees, in connection with the
deal that will send Frankie Cro-
setti, Seal shortstop, to the Yanks
in 1932, was announced today by
Secretary George A. Putnam of
the San Francisco club. The
twirlers are Bill Henderson, who
finished the season with Oak-
land, and Sam Gibson, who play-
ed with Toronto of the Inter-
national League this year.
Lack of Veterans Necessitates
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Go ToYEmycNight activity in the Intramural p. m. every wee: cay, and inas-
IGo Thru iDmmyIScfrnim ge Building has been steadily on the much as those planning to enter
With icaigan ReguLars increa Z since the new policy of the wrestling tourjaament have to
in Peld House. evening use of the building was have a certain amount of training
adopted, until at the present time this will give all of them the op-
FRESHMAN TEAM FAQST t he handball and squash courts are port unhy of working out under a
A dummy scrimmage ainstithe nearly as busy as they are in the competent instructor.
Aperiods, and the gymnasium 1 Coach Wcst of the gymnastic
Varsity was the lot of the yearling in comstant service for basketball teachon vty patic
Leam is holding varsity practices
first squad yesterday afternoon in games. every afternoon, and on Saturday
Yost Field house. Using the catchy i Soveral of the varsity coaches t an: o t
Illinois formations upon which they are at present giving free instr:uc- morning at 10:30 is giving instruc-
tion in their respective sports for tion to novices in this sport. Fenc-
have been drilling for the past two the benefit of both novices and ing drills are being held by Coach
afternoons under the tutelage of advanced classes. Let Philbin, box-
Coach Veenker, the frosh showed ing coach, is holding day and night Jr
somereasap in getting the pla sessions devoted to the art of 4:c0-6:0J.
Sere seep t ey the keys boxing, with classes on Monday, John M,1cMahon, freshman swim-
away. Spepd seems to be thekey- Wednesday and Friday afternoons ing coach, is at the Intramural
word in the yearling baclkfield this + and Tuesday and Thursday even- pool during the hours which the
year. ings. The afternoon period is from tank is open to tutor both begin-
Several Look Good. 4:00-5:30, with the evening instruc- ners and advanced pupils in the
Members of the first squad that tion lasting from 7:30-9:00. aquatic sport.
saw service in teaching the Varsity. Wrestling aspirants may enjoy Handball is proving to be the
in the ways of the Illini are sup- the advantage of the expert coach- most popular of the sports which
posed to be the cream of the fresh- ing of Clifford Keen from 4:00-6:00 the Intramural Building offers
man host that is working out every facilities for, with basketball and
afternoon on the distant end of the facil running awbehind. Ind
Ferry field. In the backfield were Fischer Has Two Hole Isquash r""nig clsebehind. In-
Everharcius, Stinespring, Soodiik, anzd - I A vrsrydor d teicry pts reasoben
Ratterman. Renner is also included Lead Over Adversaryused at every opportunity.
in the honor squad, but is on the-
injured list for the present. Stone, (Continued from Page 6) SIGM iA DELTA PSI
W ik istart, and Larry hold down the Hicks overcame a two-hole lead
flnstth Au Lanhd Canri th which Fischerhad held at the end All those intending to enter
the tackles. Conover and Laser were of nine holes at the 12th. They the qualifying trials for Sigma
in the guard positions yesterday each won one of the next two holes, Delta Psi should report to the
while Bernard and Emmeling fought but Fischer captured the 16th and Intramural Building at once.
it out for the pivot honors. 18th to regain his previous two-hole ( Randolph Webster.
1holds Stiff ScrSmmage. margin.


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(Continued From Page 6)
give her a team of experienced men
for the next two years at least.
The outstanding candidates in
the lighter weights, starting with
the 118 pounders, are Sigwart, a
sophomore, and Aldinger, a junior;
in the 126 pound class, Otto, sopho-
more, who won the state A. A. U.
championship for his weight last
year, and Cortez, also a sophomore
and the man that Otto defeated.
In the next higher weights of 135
and 145 pounds, Woodward of last
year's Varsity and Bennett are the
best in the former division: and
Benz, another Varsity man who took
the crown in his class at the state
A. A. U. meet, Wilson who is a soph
of much possibility, and Elliott, who
has advanced a weight since he was
a letterman here two years ago as
a 135 mat man, lead the prospects'
in the latter.
Intramural Director
States New Policies
(Continued from Page 6)
football games, special arrange-
ments are made for escorting
the alumni and other visitors
through the building. During
the actual hours of the game,
the building is open but no es-
corts are available.
8. During Varsity baseball
games and track meets on Ferry
Field, the doors leading to the
field are closed to prevent spec-
tators from attending the exhib-
itions without admission tickets.
The building, however, with the
exception of the pool, is open
for participants and visitors.
9. Towel service is available at
all hours except 12:00 noon un-
til 11:00 P. M. From then on the
service is continuous until 10:00
P. M.
10. The building is devoted to
the recreational needs of the
students and faculty and any
suggestions for the improvement
of the service will always re-
ceive careful consideration.
Director of Intramural Sports.

Howard Auer,l
Regular tackle of the Wolverine
team, who has been confined to the
hospital recently with an infected
ear. It is thought likely, however,
that he will be ready to face the
Illini here next Saturday.
(By Associated Press)
CHICAGO, Oct. 21.-Scalping
foot ball tickets in and around Chi-
cago has not been a profitable
business this year. There have
been many empty seats at virtual-
ly all the big games.

310 S. State St. Phone 7927
Will PARTY who took black leather
notebook by mistake at Swift's
Drug Store return it to the own-
er. Valuable only to owner. 234
A LADY returning to Chicago next
week wants companion to assist
in driving. References exchanged.
Phone 3052 234
IT IS EASY to make your wash
clothes last, if you send them to
us. MOE LAUNDRY, 204 N. Main.
Phone 3916. C
GRAPE JUICE-Made of sweet
Concord grapes. Phone 6826.
either students or faculty. Pfices
reasonable. 325 E. University.
Phone 4973. . 134
BOYS WANTED-To sell Michigan
Daily extras this Saturday. Call
2-1214. 345
COUPLE-Colored, wishes work in
fraternity as cook and porter.
Will work for $25 Weekly and
room. Experience. Call 6308. 23
BY YOUNG WOMAN position as
private secretary on campus. Ex-
cellent preparation and refer-
ences, thorough experience. Ad-
dress box 142. 234
WANTED-Washing either stu-
dent or family. Will call for and
deliver. Phone 4467. 123
COOK-Woman; experienced; all
round and pastry, wants place in
frat, or other public place. Phone
9792. 612
WANTED-Students bundle wash-
ing. All socks darned free. Will
call for and deliver. Call 2-3365.
FOR RENT-3 Nice single rooms.
$3.50 per week. Well heated. 944
Greenwood. 234
FOR RENT - Six-room house, will
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rent, call owner 5740. 123
FOR RENT - 3-room apartment,
with bath and refrigerator. 530
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FOR RENT-Beautifully furnished
sunny rooms, including apt. Cross
ventilation, steam heat, shower,
garage. Convenient to campus or
downtown. Dial 8544 or 9714. 612
FOR RENT-7 room house; twelve
minute walk from campus on
Bus line and one-half block from
Eberbach School an4 one and
one-half block from Tappan
Junior High. Two-car garage;
rent reasonable. Aeady for oc-
cupancy. Phone owner 23440.
2204 Packard Rd.
NEW 6-room unfurnished apart-
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parlor, enclosed sun porch, ga-
rage, soft water, electrical refrig-
eration, electric stove, laundry
tubs.$50. Call 6509 during the
day. 2X

While the first squad was enter-
taming the Varsity, Coach Fisher
took the remainder of the aspiring
pigskin toters over to the south
field and gave them somehreal ac-
tion with a stiff scrimmage. Con-
sidering the condition of the weath-
er the workout was not welcome to
the yearlings. Plays were limited to
line smashes mainly, and both lines
did some fair tackling.

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