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TH MICH-IGAN DTA T

PREDAY. OCTOOM 24, 1930

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BACKFIELD UNCHANGEDx
Coach Harry Kipke sent his Maize
and Blue gridmen through another" 'f
secret d rill period yesterday after-
noon for the next to last time before
they face the Illini pigskin toters
Saturday. The Varsity went through r
the usual workout on Ferry Field F

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by Joe Russell.
In the 15 games which Michigan
nd Illinois have waged on the
ridiron since 1898, the Wolverines
ave won 10 while the Illini have
alked off the field victorious after
ve of them. Strangely enough
one of. the battles have ended in
tie. The winner of the game to-
orrow will break a tie which has
xisted since 1919 since each of the
hools have won five set-tos apiece
Lnce that year.
The Indians have the advant-

until 4:30 when they retired to the
Field House, evidently for a chalk
talk.
The injuries that had been report-
ed may, not prove serious enough
to keep the men out of the game
altogether, but surely out of the
starting line-up. Auer will be re-
leased from the hospital today with
a recommendation from the doctor
that he does not play. Cox's case
rests in the hands of the trainers
who take him in hand tomorrow
and what they report will decide
whether he sees action or not. Dan-
iels seems to be in good enough
condition to be pressed into service-
if it proves necessary tomorrow. j
Substitutes to Start.
The men that will start in the
vacated positions, Williams, Hozer,
and Purdum, are
ill equally as goodI
nern, although
Hozer may prove1
,hort on the re-
:;..ceiving end ofI
x ?asses, and the
Dpening line - up
will be a strong
-ne. The danger
for Michigan will
lie in the fact1
that the reservec
strength is not allt
La Jeunesse that the c o a c h
would like it to be. >
The remainder of the line will be
Samuels at tackle with his hand
ready for rough work, Cornwell ata
one guard, and La Jeunesse holdinga
down the place left open by shiftig
Stan Hozer to end. La Jeunesse has n
been on the field with the Varsity R
other times and he starts with the t
probability that he will continue for f
the greater part of the game.
Backfield Unchanged.
The backfield will not be changed h
with Newman, Simrall, Wheeler and
Huds'on forming a fasi, brainy, and
tough combination to worry the Ill-
inois football squad. This bunch is
expected to tear the Suckers' line d
defense up for another Wolverine
victory since the showing that the
two teams made last week. Michi-
gan mopped up Ohio State who has
no mediocre team, and Illinois took
a beating from Northwestern when
the Wildcats were supposed to be
weakened.
The Orange and Blue team will
arrive today sometime in the morn-
ing and are expected to drill in the
stadium before noon. Then they
will withdraw to Ypsilanti until just
before the game.
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Track Team Lacks
Broad, Hi - jumpers
Lack of outstanding material in
the jumps, both high and broad,I
seems to be the main difficulty that
Coach Chuck Hoyt is encountering
in the molding of the Varsity track
team for the coming season.
Several men are working out
every night in the events, but as
yet they have evidenced no out-
standing ability. Keller, Willson,
Noyes, and Clark are out at present
in the hi-jumps. Van Aiken and
Cox will also be available after the
grid season is over. These two are,
considered the best prospects at.
present. A call for material in
these events has been issued by
Coach Hoyt.
Among the other men who are
training for the weight events is
William Marshall who was a mem-
ber of the frosh squad two years
ago. Marshall can heave the shot
around 43 feet at present. Brooks
who took second place in the Con-
ference last year is also putting in
some training time.
Hurdle men who have reported
thus far are Eggleston, Haefele,
Blumenfeld, and Jackson. They are
practicing two nights per week in
the field house.

age in points in these games
however. Frank Steketete won
the game in 1921 with a place-
kick and Benny Friedman re-
peated this feat again in 1924.
Joe Gembis defeated Ilinois in
1928 via the same route when
his educated toe booted the ball
between the posts, just before
Frosty Petcrs bounce7 a long
place-kick off the bar for what
would have been the tEicig
score had the kick been an inch
longer. Illinois has yet to make
a place-kick against the Wolv-
crines.
Not since 1924 when Red Grange
ran wild to lead his team to a
39-14 win has either team been
able to pile up more than 14 points,
and both times it has been the
eleven from Champaign which has
counted twice from the field and
added both points after touch-
down. However in 1926 the Maize
and Blue rolled up 13 points to
nothing for Illinois. The 39 points
which Illinois accumulated in 1924
is the highest score which either
team has made in the annual game,j
although Michigan won 33-0 in
1905 and Illinois took a 29-7 deci-
sion in 1919.
Not a man who started the
Illinois - Michigan game last
year will be in the opening li
up at thie kick-off tomorrow,
although several of the men
who are slated to start played
in the 14-0 win which Zuppke's
team took last year. Yanushus,
Root, Robinson, Chattin, and
Evans in the backfield and
Schumacher, Hills, Bodman,
and Huddelston on the line
were subs last season and saw
service in the Michigan game.
However the Illinois sophomores
of last year were sent around the
Big Ten with the B team to gain
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Evenly Matched Junior Elevens
Expected to Engage in
Close Tilt.
THIRD BIG TEN CONTEST
Michigan's Junior Varsity foot-
ball team, with a record of one vic-
tory and one tie in its two Con-
ference games to date, left for
Champaign at 9 o'clock last night
for its third Big Ten battle of the
season tomorrow this time with the
strong "B" team of Illinois.
As both the Illini and Wolverine
reserve elevens boast victories over
last year's champions, the Indiana
Cubs, a close battle is expected to
result when the two teams clash.
Michigan's margin of victory over
the Hoosiers was a little less than
that of the Suckers, however; the
Wolverines gaining a 10-7 victory,
while the Illini Reserves beat the
same team, 12-7.
Michigan will enter the game
I with only one injury to any mem-
ber of the squad. Frisk, a veteran
tackle, still feels the effects of his
injury of several weeks ago, but it
is expected that he will be able to
play a part against the Illnois
team, even if it is not for the whole
game. The rest of the team is in
first class condition for the Illini
tilt, and their condition may be a
telling factor in the outcome of the
game.
The same line-up that faced Ohio
State is likely to be called upon to
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ENTRIES TO CLOSE Wisconsin Prepares
FOR CLASS TEAMS forStiff Contest
As a result of the ianterest and I With Boilermakers
keen competition displayed in 1en r
interclass athletics last year, the
Intramural department is antici- J.ic cl to The ihaily)
pating another successful season MADISON, Wis., Oct. 23.-Realiz-
alngthislineiling that in Purdue Wisconsin will
winners in class sports last yearl face a team that is famed for its
wners meJuiosEgpers. yeaI ability to grasp scoring opportuni-
were the Junior Engineers, ties at the very start, Coach Glen
Tpeedball is the first activity Thistlethwaite is devoting consider-
listed on this season's programme, able time to defensive preparation
with play scheduled to start on for the game with the Boilermakers.
October 28.Thus far six teams IBadger scouts have reported that
haversignedup. RenTzvou rsxCteu Purdue is an alert team, not unlike
ha-ye signed up: Rendezvouis Club, the eleven that won the conference
'34 Lit, under the management of title last fall.
Messner; Senior Lits, Klivans, man- The Boilermakers have earned a
ager; Frosh Lits, Arnheim, man- reputation for rapid-fire scoring be-
ager; Frosh Physical Eds, Armi- fore the game is many minutes old.
~ger;In 1928, the Boilermakers rushed
shaw, manager; Soph Lits, Epps, over two touchdowns in succession
manager; and Soph Engineers, early in the first quarter at Lafay-
Redniss, manager. Many more ette, catching the Cardinal team by
teams are expected to sign up be- surprise. Wisconsin had all it could
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When Coach Knute Rockne's
Irish eleven invades the Pitt Sta-
dium tomorrow to take on the Pitt
Panthers, sporting enthusiasts from
all sections of the country willj
focus their attention on this con-
test as one of the outstanding grid
encounters of the 1930 season.
Frank Carideo, Rambler veteran.
will pilot his team and Brill and
Savoldi will be given an opportun-
ity to show their wares in the line
of spinners, reverses, line smashes,
and criss-cross plays. Kosky plays
an end position.

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