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'THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1930

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KIPKE O1RS ENHAWKEYE TRIO SEEN
AS TEAMS CLASH
ON flUINN PLAY S
Simrals and Auer on Sideline
as Team is Sent Through J,,? K.
Offensive Workout.

AS THREATS TO DETROIT

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MEWTROPOLIS TOMORROW

Roetter, Fitzgerald
Go to Cincinnad Reds
(Uv A .soc iatr / ]'c.,sa
i:EV Y K,, Oct. 30. -, The
New York Giants today an-
nnced the outright sale of
wxal: r Rotger and Raymnond
FiLtgeraid, outfi lders, to the
CInCinnati Rods. The price was
not announced.
Roetter, traded by the St.
Louis Cardinals to the Giants
for Eddie Farrell and George
Fisher last April, batted .279 for
John McGraw. Playing in 121
games, Roettger made himself
highly useful to the Giants,
fielding well and banging out 15
two-bagger , five trpis and five
homers.

INJURED STAR
IIS RECOVERED
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-arvard Plays Taught Freshmen
for Today's Scrimmage
With Varsity.
- 0LD ONLY LIGHT DRILL

MAY SCRIMMAGE TODAY
Driven indoors by yesterday's
snow storm, Michigan's Varsity
football squad worked out in Yost
Field House in preparation for the
Harvard clash a week from the
coming Saturday. For the major
part of the drill Coach Harry Kipke
stressed running plays through the
line in an effort to find a means
to pick up a yard or two when
needed to complete a first down.
Although two regulars besides
Bill Hewitt were on the sidelines
and out of uniform, all of the men
were present at the drill. Only
Captain Jim Simrall, who suffered
a ;severe blow on the head in the
Illinois clash, and tackle Howard
Auer, who has been confined to the
hospital recently with an infected
ear, were out of the practice. Both
of these men are expected to be in
shape by the end of the week to
engage in the regular practice ses-
sion, however.
Eastman at Hall.
Eastman, who replaced Simrall in
the Illini contest when the Wolver-
ine captain was carried off the
field, was again worked in his place
at right halfback yesterday, while
Leo Draveling replaced the injured
Auer in the line.
Estil Tessmer,
\nn Arbor boy
rho started the
Cason as t h e
egular Varsity
uarterback, was
ack at work a-
.ain after a lay-
: * f because of an
bnjeuryreceived in
he Purdue game,
xhile Samuels
a n d DeBaker,
Tessmer. who also are suf-
fering from minor hurts, were both
in uniform and working with the
team.
Tessmer Place Kicks.
For some part of yesterday's;
practice session Coach Kipke work-
ed the team on an adequate de-
fense to keep the opponents from
blocking an attempt kick from
placement. Several attempts were
(Continued on Page Seven.)

OiP~HUE COACHESi
LARGE MAT SOUAOi'
Wolverine Wrestlers Improving
as Result of Daily Drills
at 'Mural Building.

FEW

VETERANS RETURN

Inclement weather forced Coach
Ray Fisher to take his freshmen
gridders into the Yost Field House
for yesterday's workout. The prac-
tice was not exceptionally heavy,
assing and kicking coming in for
heir share of attention, but no
scrimmaging being done. Coach
Cappon devoted considerable time
F * to teaching Harvard plays to the
khfirst string yearling team in an-
ticipation of today's scrimmage
t against the varsity.
The varsity will view Harvard
i:: r:plays for the first time today as
demonstrated by this first string
Norm Daniels, group of freshmen, and a regula-
Wolverine veteran, who has been tion game will be the order of the
out of the last two games with the day. Due to lack of material Coach
exception of a few minutes of play Fisher is forced to use the same
against Illinois last Saturday be- men in his first string lineup on
cause of a badly injured shoulder, every occasion, but they will be
is fully recovered and ready to play augmented by some of the re-
again.mainder of the yearling squad for
antoday's work against the varsity.
-IO ER E E ENThe regular freshmen lineup is
.LEfairly well determined by now al-
HUR T BY INJURIES though not by any means certaip.
____Stone, Wistert, and Larry are the
(Secial to [he Daily) outstanding wingmen with Austin
BLOOMINGTON, Ind., Oct. 30.- and Cantril leading in the fight for
Better blocking and tackling were tackle berths. Conover and Laser
noticeable in today's drill of the In- have seen the most service at the
diana university football players. guard posts while Bernard and
Coach Pat Page is doing everything Emmeling have been holding down
possible to assemble the battered the pivot position.
Hoosiers in time for the Notre Dame Stinespring has shown himself to
game Saturday at South Bend. be the outstanding quarterback on
At present three of the backfield the squad, and his running mates
first string men-Dauer, Hughes, in the backfield have been Ever-
and Edmonds-are on the sidelines hardus, Ratterman, Renner, and
with injuries. The two latter backs Soodik. This backfield presents
were injured in the game last Sat- both power and speed, with sever-
urday. Dauer has been out of the al of the men being triple threat
line-up two weeks with a bad foot. stars.

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Football Encounters
Go on Air Tomorrow
The Yale and Dartmouth foot-
ball game Saturday will be broad-
cast by Station WWJ at 1:45.
WJR will report the University
of Detroit and Iowa game in De-
troit at 1:45.
WXYZ has scheduled the Chi-
cago 1ind Princeton game
Other games on the air Satur-
day will include Ohio State and
Wisconsin, from WLW, Cincin-
nati; WTAM, Cleveland, a n d
WTMJ, Milwaukee.
Northwestern and Minnesota,
from KSTP, St. Paul; WCCO,
Minneapolis.

When the Hawkeyes invade the{
Titan stadium tomorrow afternoon
the powerful line of the University
of Detroit will feel the impact of
these three Iowa athletes, who
form the mainstays of the invading
squad.'
Oliver Sansen, the lunging full-
back, is one of the leading Iowa
ground-gainers this season, while
Wendell Benjamin, Negro senior
tackle, is*a dependable hole-opener.
Edward Dolly is the 200-pound
sophomore center.
Hawkeyes and Titans are meet-
ing tomorrow for the first time,
never before having been matched
for a football game. This will be,
the Iowans first appearance on a,
foreign gridiron.

Masters Loses Position
on Pennsylvania Team
(By Associated Press)
PHILADELPHIA, Oct. 29-Several
! drastic changes have been made in
the University of Pennsylvania foot-,
ball squad by Head Coach Lud Wray
in preparation for the game with'
Kansas here Saturday.
Walter Masters, Warren Gette
and Tom Barret have been shifted
to the second team to make room'
on the varsity for Bill Graupner,
Carl Perina and Cy Newcomb.
Masters, the star ball carrier of
1929, and Gette have played regu-
lar positions in the Red and Blue
backfield, while Barrett is a veteran
guard.

While Coach Clifford Keen is out
on Ferry Field assisting Ray Court-i
right in sending the B team through
its da.ily drills, Don Donahue is
working with the Varsity wrestling
candidates in the Intramural Build-
ing.
The squad is improving rapidly
and several of the candidates show
considerable promise. In addition to
the regular work-out each night, I
there are several five-minute bouts
in the ring, which give the wrestlers
much valuable experience that they
will need later on.!
McGillard, a Varsity wrestler two,
years ago, has shown a good deal
of promise to date in the 115-lb.
class but is being closely pressed by
Sigwart, who was on last year's
freshman squad. Another likely1
man is Hills, a member of the B
team two years ago.
In the 125-lb. division Hewilt,
Olympic finalist and conference
champion last year, will be sorely
missed. Men who have been show-
ing up best in this class are Alding-
er, a member of the 1930 Varsity in
the 115-lb. section; Otto, who was
on the yearling team a year ago;
Bennett, who has been showing
great improvement and will proba-
bly see action on this year's Varsity;
and Cortez, a member of the fresh-
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