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October 25, 1930 - Image 6

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The Michigan Daily, 1930-10-25

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With both the Illini and Wolver-
ine Junior Varsities seeking tc
maintain their excellent records of
the 1930 Conference, predictions
run high that today's encounter
Will be a battle to the finish when
the two squads meet at the Indian
stronghold. The Maize and Blue
squad arrived in Urbana early yes-
terday morning and went through
a light workout in the afternoon.
Coach Courtright has his team
primed for the encounter and is
confident of a victory although he
realizes the strength of the op-
Today's tilt is the third Big Ten
encounter for the Michigan Juniors
and they have yet to lose in Con-
ference competition, having de-
feated the Hoosiers, 10-7, and tied
Ohio State, 6-6. The Suckers have
also defeated Indiana by a larger
score than the Wolves, the Illini
emerging on the heavy end of a
12-7 score in their Battle with the
Hoosier juniors.
Kutsche Cals Signals.
A backfield combination has been
uncovered this season that works
with precision and possesses a
scoring drive that has benefited
the Wolverines more than once
within the past few weeks. Starting
at quarterback again will be
Kutsche who has showed remark-
able ability in field generalship and
has piloted the Jayvees success-
fully thus far. Coombe, veteran of
last year will start at left half and
Bremen, whose kicking ability has
proved of value, will fill the right
halfback position. Berkowitz, an-
other veteran, will complete the
backfield quartet at full.
Bovard, at left end, and Justice
at the right wing post form a com-
bination of good defensive playing
as well as able pass receiving. Jor-
dan and Horwitz, hard-hitting tac-
kles will start with Unger and
Parker doing the guard duties.
Winston has proved a capable
center and wfill perform the pivot
work again this week.
Bremen's Kicks Relied on.
Michigan's sole advantage, as far
as statistics go lies in the fact
that Bremen can boot the oval
over the goal posts with remafkable
acepracy while the Illini coaches
seem to be having difficulty in un-
covering a kicker to be relied upon.
Although the Indian Juniors have
shown power in scoring touchdowns
theykhave hardly made a point via
the kicking route this season either
after a touchdown or through<
booting a field goal.
In the event that the score should
prove to be a close one, the balance
of power may fall back upon the
team that can show the greatest
proficiency in adding the extra
point after a touchdown or in
kicking the ball over the goal posts
after maneuvering the team into a
suitable position on the gridiron.
Both squads are in the best of
(Continued on Page Seven.) I
(Special to The Daily)
BLOOMINGTON, Ind., Oct. 25.-
Indiana University's football squad
was scheduled to hold a light drill
yesterday afternoon at Dallas,
Texas, in preparation for the game
today with Southern Methodist.
The squad consisting of 31 players
left Bloomington Thursday noon
and was scheduled to arrive short-
ly after noon yesterday.
The game will mark the dedica-
tion of the new stadium at the
Texas school. For this reason alone,
the Mustangs will be out for a
victory and will make hard riding
for Indiana. After it seemed the
Hoosiers would be in perfect phys-
ical condition, Jasper and Kuchins,
regular tackles, were injured in
scrimmage this week. In the back-

field Dauer, first string quarter-
back, also was injured in practice.
It is not known whether these three
veterans will bL in shape tomorrow
or not.
Indiana fears the aerial attack
used by the southern team. Against
Notre Dame the Mustangs com-
pleted 16 passes out of 34 attempts.
With this in mind Coach Pat Page
has concentrated on a defense
against an open field attack. The
plays of Southern Methodist have
been demonstrated by members of
the frosh squad. E. C. Hayes, who
scouted the Methodists last week,
directed the formations.

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Michigan Holds Practice Sessionf
on Fevry Field; Suckers
Use Stadium.
While Coach Bob Zuppke sent;
his Illinois squad through a last'
drill in the Michigan stadium, late
yesterday afternoon, Michigan'sz
Wolverines contented themselves
with a light workout on the turff
of Ferry Field in preparation fort
the Maize and Blue's third Confer-1
ence game of the season today. c
A last look at Illini plays, besidest
a signal drill and a practice session
over the trick plays that will be
used against the Suckers this after-t
noon, constituted the light drill of'
Coach Kipke's men yesterday.-
Three Regulars Out.-
Michigan's lineup in the last drill1
session yesterday was the same as
that expected to open the gamej
against Illinois today. Three regu-
lars are expected to be out of the1
game, although Daniels may see a
little service at end if he is abso-
lutely needed. The other two in-
jured members of the Michigan
team, Auer, a tackle, and Cox, anj
end, are definitely out of the line-
up, and will not get into the game
under any circumstances.
Hozer and Williamson at Ends.
At their places on the line will
be the same three men that have
been working out in those positions
all week. Hozer, a converted guard,
will be at one end post, while Wil-
liamson, a star on last year's fresh-
man eleven, will replace the other
injured flankman. Purdum, another
sophomore who has seen service in
other games already this year, is
expected to replace the injured
Auer, while LaJeunesse will go to
a guard post to take Hozer's place
An improvement is expected this
week in the work of Morrison, at
center. Although defensively he is
one of the best men on the squad,
his passing has been poor, and he
has been tutored by Bovard in this
department all week.

Royston Loses to Yearling as
Regulars Take Lead.
Despite the defeat of Capt. soy-
ston by Fischer, the freshman lead-
er, the Varsity golf team is out in
front thus far with 11 1-2 points to
the freshmen's 6 1-2 in the Varsity-
freshman golf tournament which
Coach Trueblood is sponsoring at'
the new University course.
The Royston-Fischer match was
close throughout the play, with
,oyston taking the first nine. Fisch-
er retaliated by taking the last nine
coming in and the match to beat,
Royston, 2 to 1. Hobart completely
outplayed his frosh opponent, Sloss,
to take their match, 3 to 0.3
Parks, also playing with the Var-
sity, was beaten by Plaksin, 2 1-2
to 1-2, while his teammate, Len-
festy, was swamping Loveland, 3 to
0. Howard halved his match with
the freshman Hanway at 1 1-2 in
the only divided match in the tour-
nament thus far. Dayton was able
to defeat this yearling opponent in
a close match with a score of 2 1-2
to 1-2.
Although the match has not been
completed as yet, the Varsity is
favored to take the team honors.
Their greater experience has been
the winning factor thus far in the
match play, although the newly or-
(Continued on Page 7)

Arnett Runs Great Race to Lead
Normal; Michigan Puts Three
Runners 'n First Five.
Ypsilanti Normal's crack c r o s s
country squad defeated Michigan's
harriers yesterda y afternoon 25 to
34, the game Wolverine runners
coming back from the overwhelm-
ing beating of last year to take
three of the first five places.
Captain Arnett of the Ypsi team
took first place, finishing ahead of
Austin of Michigan by. 15 seconds, in
the fast titLe of 15:42:4. O'Connor
of the visitors and Howell, Michi-
gan, came in third and fourth in
a driving finish, with the former
showing enough staying power to
stave oiff a threat in the last 100
Wolfe Finishes Fifth.
Wolfe, one of the Michigan main-
stays, finished fifth closely behind
O'Connor and Howell, the remain-
ing runners being far behind and
well-scattered. The finishing stretch
of the 3-mile course is downhill,
lending speed and excitement as
the runners crossed the line.
The sixth to tenth places were
taken by Normal runners, and this
clinched victory for them. Capt.
Fitzgibbons and Hill came in 11th
and 12th to complete the Varsity
(Continued on Page 7)

Badgers Meet Purdue
in TitleTest Today!
(Special to The Daily)
MADISON, Wis., Oct. 25-Wiscon-
sin will throw its full strength
against Purdue at Ross-Ade stadi-,
um today, in the all-important con-
test that will decide whether the
Badgers are to go places in the
Big Ten. The longest'and hardest
workouts of the year have taken
place at Camp Randall during the
past two days, Coach Glenn Thistle-
thwaite _driving his squad at a fast
The players have forgotten the
ease with which they took Penn
into camp last Saturday, and have
settled down earnestly for the cru-
cial game looming ahead. Thistle-
thwaite has apparently succeeded
in impressing his squad that Purdue
will be laying in wait with as pow-
erful a team as it possessed last fall.
The presence of three Purdue
coaches in the stands at Camp Ran-'
dall last Saturday has also servedj
to inspire Wisconsin. Earl Marti-
neau, Purdue's backfield coach, and
Christy Flannagan and Bill Mackie,
assistant coaches, were on hand. 1

Michigan's hopes for victory this
afternoon against the Illini will be
greatly enhanced through the
efforts of the above named quartet
of stars who will attempt to avenge
the stinging defeat of the Varsity
last year at the Indian stronghold.
(Special to 'ie Daills)
IOWA CITY, Oct. 24. - No other
University of Iowa back in recent
years carried the ball as often in i
one game as did Leo B. Jensvold in
the Purdue contest last Saturday, a


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The Hawkeye team put the ball These toi
in play on running formations just the big fa
fifty times, and Jensvold was the pus and i
carrier in 31 of the plays. He tra- year's entr
versed 112 yards, his gains ranging spectively
from one to ten yards. year. Last
Willis Glassgow, Mayes McLain, from 11th
and Paul Armil each responded to participant
his signal between 25 and 30 times
in a major game of the past three
years, but none of the ex-stars
eclipsed the Emmetsburg senior.
Constant battering by Purdue
tacklers resulted in a leg injury for I
the dauntless Jensvold, but he will
be fit for the last games of his
intercollegiate career-Detroit, Mar-
quette, Penn State, and Nebraska.

See the novel program set

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