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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1930

THE MICH IGAN DAILY

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DES A S V BTHESE PANTHER WARRIORS WILL TRY TO STOP
NOTRE DAME AT PITTSBURGH NEXT SATURDAY
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Mediocre IMlateial Allows Only
One Team of Fair Strength
From Yearlings.
BACKFIELD OF STARSI
While the first string men of the
Freshman squad were scrimmaging
the Varsity eleven, Coach Ray
Fisher of the yearling team sent
the remainder of his charges
through a long drill on fundamen-
tals in yesterday's practice session
on south Ferry Field.
While he has one group of play-
ers that is very good, the- majority
of Coach Fisher's men are excep-
tionally poor. The first string
eleven is a much better team than
last yar's squad was able to pres-
ent, and is an improvement over
most of the previous Freshman
teams.
Heavy Line Tackle to Tackle.
The first group has a line that
averages 180 pounds from tackle to
tackle, which is considerably hea-
vier than last season's Freshman
line, which had one of the lightest
bunch of linemen that ever played
on a first year team at Michigan.
Besides being made up of big men
the forward wall is composed of
players who have had a great deal
of football experience before com-
ing to Ann Arbor. In the backfield
of this combination are men who
made a name for themselves while
playing high school and prep foot-
ball. Included in this bunch are
Ratterman, Everhardus, Renner,
and Springstein who were very out-
standing on the gridiron before
making their debut at Michigan
and who are living up to their past
reputation as members of the
Freshman eleven.
No Varsity Material.
In addition to this group of play-
ers Coach Fisher has another bunch
of linemen that is fairly good; but
the rest of the squad is practically
impossible to convert into probable
Varsity material for future years.
The men in the last class have had
very little, if any, previous football
experience, and they show no
natural aptitude for the game.
Those that have displayed any real
football are all so small that there
is not much chance for them when
there are so many good players.
Taken as a whole this year's
Freshman squad is about the poor-
est that Coach Fisher has ever had
to work with. Every year the turn-
out for the yearling team grows
smaller, this fall there were about
100 candidates who reported at the
beginning of the season while a
year ago there were 125 men out
for the opening practices. At pres-
ent the size of the squad has
dwindled to about half of what it
was earlier in the fall.
During the last half of November
the yearlings will play one or two
games with the Physical Education
team. The two elevens should be
pretty evenly matched as th Phys-
ical Eds also have some former
high school stars on their squad.
Zuppke Drills Illini
to Perfect Defense
(Continued From Page 6)
and "Ack" Bodman ought to break
into the warfare before long. Ted
Schumacher, a 165-pound fighter,
who has never earned a reward in
two years of service on the squad,
has displaced Johnny Bauer at
center.
The Illini are particularly weak
in reserve material. When Zuppke
sent in his substitutes in the clos-
ing portions of the game Saturday,
the Wildcats second string players
carried on the work of their regu-
lars and, scored the fifth touch-
down.
NEW YORK-Young Stribling will
be out to show the New York scep-
tics that he is really worth some-
thing when he steps into the ring
to meet K. O. Christner, Akron

heavyweight fighter. He has been
hailed as the next world's cham-
pion.

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player on the Varsity squad, 1 up A LADY returning to Chic go next
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fought, well-played match. Fischer in driving. References exchanged.
will receive the Varsity cup. Phone 3052 234
The freshman star won by his GRAPE JUICE-Made of sweet
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325 and 385 yards. They had halved Phone 4973. 134
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reached the turn, still all even. ,1l
Hicks Gets Birdie Two. _
Fischer again took the lead with
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INTRAMURALS

(Continued from Page 6)
semi-finals this week.
Several survivors are still listed
in the tennis rankings, including
Muzzy, Waring, Sandusky, Nisen,
Wells, and Renick. All are unde-
feated as yet and will be paired off
for play as soon- as the weather
permits. Play in the golf tourna-
ment competition is lagging with
only three men in the quarter-fin-
als as yet. Keitetz, David, and
George are out in front thus far.
Cross Country
Entry blanks for the Intramural
cross country runs which the de-
partment is sponsoring this year
were sent to all the fraternities on
the Campus yesterday. Seven runsj
have been scheduled for the season.
Fraternity and classes hold team
competition, each organization en-
tering a three man team. Each
competitor is ranked in points ac-
cording to the place in which he.
finishes. The team with the lowest
number of points is declared the
winner. The first run is scheduled,
for Armistice day, Nov. 11. Beta
Sigma Psi took the fraternity hon-
ors in 1929.
Thus far seven men have signi.
fied their intention of competing
in the independent class. Silber,
Jones, Siegal, Coon, McKenzie,
Bowen, and Ostrander are run-
ning in the independent class.
NOTICE1
Coach Bill West has announc-
ed that he will conduct a class in
gymnastics every Saturday
morning from 10:30 to 12 at the
Intramural building. This is
open to everyone and experience
is not necessary.

Notre Dame's Ramblers and the
Pitt Panthers, two strong teams
who boast victories over Carnegie
Tech, will meet in Pitt stadium Oc-
tober 25. Above are the Panthei
backfield stars who will be fighting
to end Rockne's winning streak.
Captain Eddie Baker and Franklin
Hood led the attack against Carne-
gie.
Vichigan Mentor Lays
Plans fr oxIngShow
(Continued from Page 6)
coming shows and already quite a
few men have turned out from
each class, the freshmen leading
with about 50 candidates. The
better part of the week will be
spent in arranging and organizing
the classes in order to get down to
a definite program of training and
instruction. The men that have
come out so far are showing a keen
interest in the game.
Coach Philbin is conducting
boxing instruction classes for all
who might be interested. These
classes meet every Monday, Wed-
nesday, and Friday from four to six
in the afternoon, and Tuesday and
Thursday from seven-thirty to nine
at night in the boxing room of the
Intramural building. The instruc-
tion is free and the only require-
ment is that each man attend at
least two class periods a week so
he may get into the right physical
condition.
Most of last year's boxing show
contestants have returned and will
be in the competition again this
year. There is plenty of room for
all interested in the classes or the
shows and no previous experience is
required. The workouts for some
time will not include anything that
is not primarily intended to condi-
tion the men.

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Varsity, Frosh Golf
Teams to Play Today
Three practice meets between the
Varsity and freshman golf teams
have been scheduled for this week
and next by Coach Trueblood. The
first will be played this afternoon
and all players who have qualified
for the two teams, 10 on each, are
expected to report as soon as pos-
sible after 1 o'clock at the Univer-
sity course.
The draw was to have been com-
pleted last night, and all matches
will start by 1:30 today. Captains
Royston and Fischer will take
charge of their respective teams.

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