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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1930

THE MICAI'-IGAN

DAILY

PANE SBEVEN~

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INDIAN1A TO RTUE
H'TRE BA£NEXT
Hoosier Coach Has Only Light
Drill in Effort to Rest Men
for Saturday.
HARRIERS ALSO TO MEET
(Spccial to The Daiy)
BLOOMINGTON, Ind., Oct. 27.-
Practice today for the Indiana
football team following its return
from Southern Methodist was light.
The Hoosiers will continue their
death dealing schedule when they
play the 1929 national champions
at Notre Dame Saturday.
For the remainder of the week
Coach' Pat Page will attempt to
place his squad in the bst of
physical condition. The past three
weeks have been an ordeal for the
Hoosiers. Hard games with Okla-
homa, Minnesota, and Southern
Methodist h ave tired the players.
In order that they will be in shape
for the hard battle with the Irish,
the Indiana mentor will make the
sessions light this week.
The Notre Dame game promises
to be a real battle. Each time the
Irish performed in Memorial sta-
dium the game proved to be a fast
affair. Last year Jack Elder led the
South Bend team to a 14 to 0 vic-
tory. This year Notre Dame boasts
another strong aggregation. The
backfield resembles that of the
reBgn Cof the "Four Horsemen."
With Brill, Carideo, Savoldi, and
Schwartz working in the backfield
Coach Knute Rockne has 4 well
oiled machine. Not only is the back-
fiead above the ordinary but the
Irish line is something to make any
opposing ball carrier worry. Kosky
and Conley at the wing positions
are especially effective.
Saturday also will see the cross
country teams of both schools in
action at South Bend. Indiana,
winner of the Western conference
title for the past two years, has
another strong team this season.
Coach E. C. Hayes has Capt. Leas
and Kemp of the title aggregation
back this season.
~ SIDELINE
CHAT~TER
(Continued from Page 6)
ern-Notre Dame game. It was pro-
posed that this game be changed
from Dyche Stadium to Soldiers'
Field and to give any extra pro-
ceeds to charity. However the Fac-
ulty Board ruled against this ar-
rangement, setting a precedent
which would seem to apply per-
fectly to the discussion which now
preents itself.
As well, a post season game
would keep the team in train-
ing for from ten days to three
weeks longer, and after a hard
Conference season, the propos-
ed game would be a decided
anti-climax. The expense and
trouble which it would cause
the University of Michigan
athletic authorities would in it-
self be. prohibitive, since in this
game the Wolverines would
stand to win nothing, but lose
everything.
Student opinion on the campus
appears to be against a game with
the University of Detroit. Most of
the agitation for this game has
come from Detroit itself, and from

the supporters of the college there,
while those interested in Michigan
have been very luke warm on the
whole proposition.

TRIO OF STARS CA RY

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IN BATTLE FOR NAT -O FCOTBA L HONORS

Bill Hewitt to Play
in Gopher Encounter
Despite the fact that Bill Hew-
itt suffered a broken ankle in the
Michigan State game, and it was
thought that the Wolverine
flanker was through for the year
it now appears that Hewitt will
again don the moleskins in time
to see action against the Minn-
esota Gophers. He has discarded
his crutches, and at the present
time i.: using only a plaster cast
which is to be removed later this
week.
The veteran Michigan wing-j
man is able to walk with only a
slight limp, and both he and
Coach Harry Kipke are confidentj
that this will come around satis-
factorily so that he can be press-j
ed into use against the North-
men.
If Hewitt can recover his best
form again he will add consider-
able punch to the Wolverine play
as he is an excellent pass receiver
in addition to being a good de-
fense man. His return will give
the Wolves fyzll stre.ngth at the
flank positions although it is not
probable that Hewitt will see as
much action as he would if he
had not been forced from the
game in the first place.

MAAGR RSGS
a, S' e ,or to iRchard,
6MC: as to Racig.
NEW/ YORK, Oed. 2& . Cove Lous
eyes all alon Cauliflower Row are
yearning today at the manager's
pest in Madison Square Carden, the
driver's seat of boxing that Tox
Rickard vacated in death and Frank
January Bruen relinqr ishid of his
own accord to return to the man-
agement of the Hialeah track, ir.1
Miami, Fla.
Bruen resigned yesterday after
serving as mager and vice-presi-
dent of the Garden since June, 1929.
William F. Carey, head cf boxing's
wealthiet co :poration, announced
Bruen's retirement with 'luctance
and declared that only the pressing
I duties of Rickard's successor in
Florida promptod the change.
All along the boxing marts, how-
ever, rumors of changes about to
take place in the Garden have been
traveling the rounds fer some time.
Reports that Col. John C. Ham-
mond and Caey himself were about
to resign have been denied official-
ly.
At the same time it seemed that
a mild tempest was brewing among
the "600 millionaires" the late Rick-
ard interested in the financing of
his sports palace.over the fact that
profits were decreasing.

CAASiIED

NOTIWI

' ! FT ED
TCROSNZWEIG
Associatea Press Photo
Having scored an overwhelming traimph over the Western Reserve eleven to le tune of 4e-a, thereby
running their total number of points for the season to Z04, placing them third in the cast for scoring honors,
Carnegie Tech is looking to a brilliant season's record. Karcis, 200-pound fullback, is a steady ground gainer,
and Rosenzweig, a fast and shifty end, takes the ball on! thIe Tartan's end around play. Eyth, halfback and
broken field runner stands tie for sixth place in eastern high point honors.

Louisiana's corn crop
has been estimated at
bushels.

this year
12,890,000

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11

H AW KEYES POINT
'O DETROIT TILT
Encounter With Titans is First
of Two Games on Road.
(Special to The Daily)
IOWA CITY, Oct. 27. - Second
wind after the pursuit of opponents
in four consecutive games now has
been caught by the University of
Iowa football team which Monday
enters the final lap in preparations
for the season's last half. Scene of
another Hawkeye grasp at victory
will be Detroit, for Saturday the
Iowans play the University of De-
troit in the first of two straight
xo1d games.
The unwelcome task of meeting
one of the nation's three dozen un-
defeated and untied elevens is the
assignment for the Hawkeyes. De-
troit, with a backfield combining
track speed with gridiron power,
has scuttled four rivals, scoring 180
points to 6.
Iowa is weaving a defense, espe-
cially at the ends, to impede the
fleet Titan backs, considering Capt.
Bill Storen, fullback, and Robert
Parsaca, quarterback, as particular
menaces. No team this season has
held the Detroiters to less than
three touchdowns.
Scrimmages almost as severe as
regular inter-collegiate games are
preparing the Iowans, not only for
Detroit, but for Marquette, Penn
State, and Nebraska. Leo Jensvold,
leading ground-gainer this season,
continues to star, while Jack War-
rington, a fast sophonore, has de-
veloped with startling speed as a
ball-carrier.
Open dates last Saturday permit-
ted both teams to devote two weeks
to preparation for the game. It will
be the first contest ever played be-
tween football teams of the two
universities.

News
SPEEDBALL.
The interclass program of the
Intramural Sports department will
get underway this Thursday when
the Senior Engineers, captained by
Bouwman, meet the Rendezvous
Club team, led by Messner, in the
opening speedball game.
There are nine teams participat-
ing in interclass speedball compe-
tition, which is being played off on
an elimination basis. The remain-
ing teams will play their fi-st
games on Monday, November 3.
This is the first sport of the all-
year competition of interclass ath-
letics of which there are ten dif-
ferent sports.
Last fall the speedball competi-
tion was won by the Senior Lits.
The all-year trophy was captured
by the Junior Engineers. Any class
in the University may enter a team
in this competition.
TODAY'S SCHEDULE.
Todays speedball schedule is as
follows: at 4:15--Alpha Tau Omega
vs. Lambda Chi Alpha; Delta Sig-
ma Phi vs. Tau Epsilon Phi; Sigma
Alpha Mu vs. Delta Epsilon.

PURPLE'S INJURED
PLA YERSREC VER
Hanley Fears Wildcat Schedule
Too Easy Thus Far.
(B1 3 ssciraid rI' ss})
CHICAGO, Oct. 28.-Coach Dick
Hanley ,ill song Northwestern at
the peak of its power against Min-
nesota Saturday, but he is even
more pessimistic than when he had
a flock of cripples over which to
worry.
"My boys have had it too easy,"
he 'said yesterday. "Without Bru-
der, Russell and Kent they ran up
points on Illinin and Ohio, and
now, that Brudr and Russell are
back, I'm afraid they vwill not take
Minnesota seriously enough."
Hanley wasted no time in getting
down to serious business for the
battle at Minnesota Saturday -
which will remove one more team
from the Big Ten race.He had
Russell at quarter, Bruder and
Hanley in a long drill on new plays
yesterday, leaving Lefty Leach and
Al Moore, both regulars while Bru-
der and Russell were out, at the
head of a big list of reserve backs.
The regular set, which averages
about 183 pounds, looked good and
gave promise of supplying the run-
ning attack that has been missing.

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Personally by Mr. Tommie Mack
310 So. State St. Phone 7927
150 TUTORS-ALL COURSES
MACK TUTORING AGENCY
310 S. State St. Phone 7927
1230
LUNCH AND DINNER to few stu-
dents who would appreciate
home cooking. 827 McKinley
Ave. Phone 8873. 123
WAN rEiD
BY YOUNG WOMAN position as
private secretary on campus. Ex-
cellent preparation and refer-
ences, thorough experience. Ad-
dress box 142. 234
LAW STUDENT wishes roommate
-Have newly furnished apart-
ment, fireplace, frigidaire, show-
er. Phone 8247. 2
Want mechanical engineering stu-
dent for part time engineering
work in Ann Arbor territory.
H. O. TRERICE CO.
1420 W. Lafayette Blvd.
Detroit, Mich.
WANTED-Students bundle wash-
ing. All socks darned free. Will
call for and deliver. Call 2-3365.
3456123
F~OR RENT
FOREST NEAR HILL-Two room
suite. Private bath, sleeping
porch. Will accommodate four
boys. 3671. 234
BACHELOR APT.-2 or 3 students
or co-eds. Steam heat. Fireplace.
Close to campus or down town.
403 S. Division. Week days. 3
FURNISHED HOME - Seven rooms
--steam heat -radio - garage.
$50.00. Phone 4359. 123
FOR RENT-:Three room. First
floor apartment. Bath and elec-
tric refrigeration. 530 S. Division.
21033. 612
FOR RENT-7 room house; twelve
minute walk frqm campus on
Bus line and one-half block from
Eberbach School and one and
one-half block from Tappan
Junior 'High. Two-car garage;
rent reasonable. Ready for oc-
cupancy. Phone owner 23440.
2204 Packard Rd.
NEW 6-room unfurnished apart-
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parlor, enclosed sun porch, ga-
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tubs. $50. Call 6509 during the
day. 2X
FOR SALE
RACOON COAT, MAN'S-All dark
skins. Bargain., Call Detroit,
Cadillac 5164, M. Gordon. 23
GRAPES-Grape juice, California
grape juice and sweet cider. Call
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LOS*
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cover. Return to Mich. Daily.
Box 147. Rward. 234
LADIES' black purse in balcony of
Michigan theatre. Contains R.
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ward. J. G. McLeese, 715 Hill.
Phone 8517. 23
LOST-Psychology 31 notes marked
M. M. on small sized note book
paper. Phone 8664. 234
LOST-Black Mt. Rock fleece coat,
taken from eax house Friday
night, Reward. Call Swanson,
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