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PAGE SIX:

THE MT C HIGAN DAILY

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1930

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OP'EN DATE SHOULD
HELP INJURE MEN
Best Michigan Eleven in Recent
Years to Meet Harvard
in Next Game.
TEAM STILL UNBEATEN
Three Conference victories have
given the Wolverine Varsity a well-
earned and much-needed two-day
period of rest from their hertoforo
daily practice sessions. Coach Harry
Kipke, well pleased with the per-
formance of his gridders in the past
three games, in which they scored
signal triumphs over a trio of the
strongest teams in the Big Ten,
namely: Purdue, Ohio State, and
Illinois, is giving his proteges an
opportunity to rest up and recover
from their injuries.
Regulars to be Back.
Almost every member of the
Maize and Blue first string lineup,
as well as several substitutes, have
sustained either
>evere injuries or
ninor bruises in
irctice or actual
ipe -t i t i n.
!Gwever, with an
pen date this
' turday, which
rves the squad
two weeks to r-
alan its full fight-
irig force, pros-
pects are good
f o r a superior
Iiod Cox. team than any
Michigan has seen for the past few
years to invade the Harvard Crim-
son stadium the following week.
Captain "Ducky Simrall, who was
knocked unconscious when at-
tempting a tackle in the Illini en-
counter Saturday, has been re-
leased from the hospital and is ex-
pected to take part in the drill
session later in the week.hHe will
undoubtedly see service against the
Crimson at Cambridge, although
Jack Wheeler demonstrated his
kicking ability in the clash with
the Illini and can be used to do
the Michigan punting, if necessary.
Daniels Recovers.
Norm Daniels, star end, who had
recovered from a shoulder injury
sufficiently to participate for a
short time in the
game last Satur-
day, will again be "
able to take a
full part in the
gridiron affairs.
when the Varsity"
resumes its regu-
lar -work. With
Rod Cox pr o-1
gressing well with
his leg injury, the
Wolverine eleven
looks well to have
a good supply of Norm Dn es.
ends.
In the event, however, that un-

MARCH TOWARDS SOUTHERN CONFERENCE TITLE
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Ilini Reserves, Led by Small
Quai:Ierback Sensation,
Hait Michigan.
NO GAYsE THIS WEEKEND
-Halted in their drive for the Con-
ference title on the one yard line
te ghting Cubs, the Wolver-
Gop to consider the dam-
ag; clon e to another good start.
With onie win, one tie, and now one
defeat chalked up on the boards
the Wolves ,fillvhaveto v s aq

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r _ersa! of form or find that run of Cotetition.
of breaks that the Varsity is ac- -la
Bused off.This Saturday morning Michi-Ii
Perrine Stars gan's cross country runners will)I
Saturday little "Pee Wee" Per- face their second opponent of the p
rine, the quarterback of Zuppke's
,Varsity Indians, met the Jayvees season, when they stack up against
in order to get more field experi- Michigan State on the local course
ence while Berry was tried out in at 11 o'clock. The race is schedul- f
his place, and he almost single ed to cover the four mile distance.
aedl gave.the Juniorsn The Spartans appear to hold the5
170 as:tini. "Pee Wee's" runningvrteWovrnsb
passi e, receiving, and most of all advantage over the Wolverines by
his generalship lifted the Indian virtue of past performances. Last
Cubs up to heights that they have year State severely trounced thel
not reached this year and stopped Michigan Harriers, 15-40. The first
eWole n es on their march to five men to cross the finish line in t
Work this, week will be of a light that meet wore the Spartan colors.
nature for the Cubs as they have This past week Michigan Stater
no game scheduled until they nmet kept its four year winning streakt
General Motors Tech on Nov. 8. unblemished by beating Butler Col-r
Coach Courtright expects to -pr- lege in a close meet, 25-30. Cham-c
pare for one of the toughest games erlain, State's star runner ands
on the card when the Motors in1 Olympic hope, broke the four-milec
vade Ferry Field. Nothing of a course record by running the dis-
startling nature has leaked out of tance in 22:48.3 to take first place
Detroit as yet, but judging from honors in the Butler race.
past records the Motors will again Michigan's hopes in Saturday's
present a t e am of consistent race rest on Austih, Wolfe, Howell,
strength. Fitzgibbons, Hill, and Crawford.
Team Gets Rest. Austin was the first Michigan man
These next two weeks should (Continued on Page 7)
prepare the Jayvees for the rest of _-===---======
their Conference games and give-------------___

TANK- TEAM flTEDt
SECONU IN NATION
All - American Inter-Collegiate
Swimming Team Names
Eight Wolverines.
YALE PLACES TWELVE
By virtue of taking eight places
on the 1929-30 All-American Inter-
Collegiate swimming team, which
has Just been published by the an-
nual Inter-Collegiate Swimming
Guide, the University of Michigan's
Varsity swimming team was rated
second in the race for National
honors. Yale, with twelve places in
the All-American ranking, stands
at the head of the university swim-
ming teams in the United States.
Northwestern was Michigan's
nearest competitor with seven
places. Other teams in the Big Ten
who placed in the ranking were
Minnesota with two places and
Iowa with one.nForty-one members
from. 16 different colleges and uni-
versities were represented in the
56 places on the national ranking
list.
Michigan's star natators includ-
ed Walker and Walaitis, each plac-
ing in both the 50 and the 100
yard dashes. Walker was rated as
the best man on the Varsity last
year. Ault was given recognition
in the 220 yard division and. was
rated third in national ranking in
the 440. Valentine was Michigan's
representative in the back stroke
division, placing seventh. Gold-
smith took the breast stroke hon-
ors and placed seventh in the rank-
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Two of the stars of Alabama's crack eleven, who by their 12-7 victory Saturday over Vanderbilt appear
to have cinched Southern Conference honors for this season. Included with the group is Coach Wallace Wade,
who seemsto be in a fair way to attain an ambition smothered for two years. Capt. Clements and Quarter-
back Campbell have been stalwarts in the Alabama attack all season.

Sigma Delta Psi Entry List Shows IncreaseJ
Over Last Season; Look for Successful Year
The Intramural Department an- before cold weather and so the
ticipates another successful year fraternities may have ample time
for Sigma Delta Psi activities. Al- to qualify their fraternity before
ready there are 26 fraternities en- Christmas.
tered in this athletic competition, An individual loving cup is of-
which is more than double the fered again this year to the mdi-
entries df last year. Keen competi-i vidual having the best all around
tion and created interest of last record in the 12 events. Individuals
year's work is held responsible for desiring to compete for this cup
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COOPER ANNEXES
OPEN GOLF TITLE
(By Associated Press)
SALT LAKE CITY, Utah, Oct. 27.
-Harry Cooper, Los Angeles pro-
fessional, won the $5,000 Salt Lake
City open golf tournament here to-
day with a 72 hole score of 283. He
toured the last two 18 hole rounds
in par 72s today.
Olin DPutra, Del Monte, Califor-
nia, won second place with a score
of 285. He smashed par figures on
both rounds today.

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them that extra polish that should
take them through the rest of the
season with wins. Western State
has proved that they will not of-
fer much opposition to the Wolves,
but their bursts of speed and abil-
ity in the past have all been at
Michigan's expense so anything can
be expected when the Wolves jour-
ney to Kalamazoo Nov. 15.
The last game with Wisconsin on
Nov. 22 will be a high spot of the
Junior's season.

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this increased stimulation.
The independent men on the
campus are also turning out in large
numbers. As in the past, the re-
quirements will be the same, and
the rules governing these require-
ments will be strictly adhered to.
In regard to "attempts", the parti-
cipant will have to complete the
event (whether made or not, as in
the mile run or the 100-yard swim)
before an "attempt" will be ac-
credited to him.
It is urged that every participant
come out immediately so as many
events as possible can be run off

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foreseen circumstances should de-
prive the blue clad warriors of ex-
perienced wingmen toward the end
of the season, Bill Hewitt; who
broke a bone in his foot early in-
the season when he was evidently
on his way to fame as an excellent
pass receiver and good all-round
gridder, may be able to resume his
position. But with the present
plentiful supply of flank material,
it is doubtful if the injured veteran
will see action until next season.
Auer, hard-hitting left tackle for
the Kipkemen, who has been out
with an infected ear, is also re-
covering rapidly and will again be
ready to start.
With the return of the injured
regulars Michigan should have a
wealth of material with which to
start the second half of their
schedule which includes battles
with Harvard and two Big Ten
teams, Minnesota and Chicago.

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