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THE 'MICI-GAN DAILY

tRIDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1930

PAGE SEVEN

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H|SOPHOMORE END / WR
BOLSTEIRIS BACK AGAIN8CIDR
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ESTLERS DRILL THREE YEARS 0 COMPET N. A S S I4F I.E
FUNDAMENTALS FAIL TO GIV A R -t ! INT ADVERTISIN
Donahue Drills Grapplers I A

in Keen's Place.

With Gophers Opens Last
Leg of Race With Stiff
Obstacle in Way.

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ANN ARBOR, Mich., Oct. 30. -
James O. H. Simrall, captain of the

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(Special to The Daily)
EVANSTON, Ill., Oct. 30.-With
leir leader, Hank Bruder back in
ae lineup again, Northwestern'.
'ildcats will enter Saturday's
ame against Minnesota with ad-
ed spirit and courage. Bruder,
ho was dismissed from quaran-
ne Monday, appears to be none
ae worse off for his confinement.
The Purple leader returns to th
luad just when ho is needed most.
is mates went through the first
alf of the schedule without his
id, but the home stretch finds the
ardest games coming up and the
bility of Bruder will be a wel-
ame addition in these important
inflicts.

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S - .- . ┬▒ivaues University of Michigan football
Yost Field House for man squad last year.th
Drill on Attack. Joe Woodward, who was on the hugging a rll back of an opposing
Varsity last season, appears to be hugging goall
hscollege goal line.
TEAM IN GOOD SHAPE tie best in the 135-1b. class. He has Leader of a team in the thick of
capable understudies in Shankland the fight for the Big Ten title,
Due to a slow-falling wet snow and Anderson. In the 145-lb. group "Simmie" has never scored a point
that continued all afternoon yes- I there are gosd prospects in Benz, himself. Only the Harvard, Minne-
terday, the JLinicr Varsity went a Varsity wrestler last year, who is sota and Chicago games stand be-
through its practice scssion inside still out for football; Wason, who lween th Wolverine'sblond-haired
Yost ield House under the super- was on last year's yearling team; football career.
vision cf Coaches Courtright and Elliott, who competed in the 135-lb. Simrall has been a back all three
Keen. The enforced change of loca- class two seasons ago; and Williams, years at Michigan. He has started
tion for the drills altered th plans who has been showing improve- in 18 games, all but the first two or
2co or the drilso tt inte pa s ~ment. The return of Elliott to the three of his sophomore year. Every
for the daiy somwh~at. Instead of wrestling fold makes things inter- other regular back on the Michigan
devoting part of the period to esting in th s class as he keeps the team in that time has scored touch-
brushing up on passing, the squad other aspirants hustling. downs, some of them four or five.
was put through an extensive drillt The 155-lb. division suffers the Twelve players of the present squad
on running phaysn loss of Otto Kelly, last year's na- thave made touchdowns, while a
After the showing Saturday at tional intercollegiate champion. His thirteenth has added goals after
Urbana where the Jayvees outplay- place will be filled by Powers, La- I
ed the Illini B's on the defensive i mio, Muehlig, or Grossman. Last
but proved lacking the telling season Ray Parker, Big Ten cham-
punch on the offensive, Courtrigi-t pion, occupied the 165-lb.cas
is making sure that his men know year Reif and rubaker appear to 11.w
at to do when they have the bal be the most capable men for filling
wn htitoposwein thyrhavengthem this vacancy.,
troughtheir playsraaingath Another conference champion, Al
again. The workout looked a little Steike, filled the 175-b. division
rough in spots but generally the last year. Stoddard, who tips the
backs ran with heads up for what scales around 200 now, is trying to INTERCLASS SPEEDBALL.
would have bcEn gains in a real get down to this weight. Another
contest. likely prospect is Dougivito, con- Monday's Games.
The entire squad is in good shape ference champ two years ago.
with none out for injuries and the The heavyweight division will The first interclass activity of the
regulars were used iures anddah' probably be filled by Capt. Auer, year will get underway Monday,
drillguschewsdalliyesterday tackle on the Varsity football elev- November 3, with the opening of
drill. Kutsche was calling sgnais en. Grinnell is a capable under- the speedball tournament. The list
continuously, w h i e Berkowitz, study, weigh.ing 210. 1 of teams and th'eir managers
Coombe, and Bremen shared the Intercollegiate comoetition f o r scheduled to play Monday follows:
carrying duties in the drll. The the Varsity wrestlers begins in Jan- Frosh Eng. A. (B. A. Mitchell) vs.
entire line was not used but Wins- uary, but previous to this there will Frosh Eng. (S. Arnheim).
ton handled the ball atcenter, be all-campus and freshman meets Senior Lit. (Klivans) vs. Senior
tackeHorowitz, ad r aterain which are scheduled to take place Eng. (Bowman).
tackle Horowitz, and alternating in the near future. Participation in Frosh Eng. B. (B. A. Mitchell) vs.
of the end work. Lindsy, Podluski these meets will necessitate hasty Soph Lit. (B. Epps).
Bovard, and Parker among others conditioning, which will be under Freshman Group G4 (Armishaw)I
*rCiais r f r1 Asupervised direction. vs. Soph Eng. (Redniss).I

Gophers Feared. , .
Feeling in the Wildcat camp ,
ces the Minnesota game as one1
the biggest obstacles in the re- Rod Cox,
aining contests. The Gophers Michigan's brilliant sophomore
parently are still very much of ingan, d oomor-
puzzle. They have played. spotty wingman, who received a foot in-
all Teyan, payind sottjury in the Ohio State game, is
otball all season, taking a one- limbering up with the prospect that
ded defeat from Vanderbilt ad he will soon be able to participate.
en coming back to tie Stanford. on the regular scrimmage with the
wo weeks ago they trounced In- regulars.
iana without any effort to acquire reguar_._
big score.
Against such a team, the strength MICHIGAN DRILLS
which is more or less in doubt,' IN FIELD HOUSE
orthwestern will present what ap-
ears to be its strongest front yet ..
isplayed this year.ipke sends Wolverine Varsity
Coach Dick Hanley is trying out Through Offensive Plays.
new backfield combination con-.
sting .of Bruder and Hanley at (Continued From Page 6)
e halfback positions and Rentner unsuccessful, as t h e defensive
nd Russell at full and quarter re- team piled through wide holes to
ectively. Hanley will call the block the kicks, but towards the
ignals from the halfback assign- end of the drill the plays were
ent. functioning better and Tessmer
Such a combination provides was getting off some good place
uch power and speed. Bruder lkicks.
nd Hanley are both adept at ofkf If the weather clears up suffi
fckle smashes and cutbacks while ciently today to allow outdoor prac-
oth Rentner and Russell are cap- tice, it is likely that a scrimmage
ble of handling the bucks and will be held against a team picked
rives in creditable fashion. from among Coach Ray Fisher's
Baker and Oliphant will be at freshman candidates. While it is
he flanks, Riley and Marvil at not likely that the quarters will be
ackles, Woodworth and Evans at of regulation length, it is probable
uard, and Clark at center. Dick that, if held; it will be a regulation,
'nele, reserve end broke a bone and not a dummy scrimmage.
his hand in the Centre game Harvard, Michigan's next op-
nd will be unable to play. ponents, are pointing for the Mich-
igan game, and are practically dis-
Ray Schalk, former White Sox regarding the game with William'
atcher, probably will be used as and Mary tomorrow. It is not like-
oach for the Cnicago Cubs by Roo- ly that William and Mary will ex-
rs Hornsby, new manager of the I tend the Crimson, who boast of a
lub. 'great defensive team.

touchdowns'.
Gura~ has ha" a' nomnr 'shr
his part to kneel on ground
after every touch;down and fo
eve wplae i.ck a ball
for the kce.Lihgn oce
say that holc ; the b Li properly
is far no d h ult than kicking.
but the name of Gem bs and New-
man appearc_ in th ummaryas a
adding the points. Thl captain 's
other work h's been a' te block-
ing back.

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