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SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1930

T HE MICHIGAN DAILY

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WILDCATS TO FACELl
UNBEA9TENGOPHERS'
Both Teams Undefeated So Far;
Wisconsin journeys to
Buckeye Lair.
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Trial in $500,000 Suit
Against Boxer Opens
(By Associated Pess)
NEW YORK, Oct. 31.-$ack in-
to the fawning gaze of the
crowds, the public attention he
abhors, came Gene Tunney today
to lift h. fists in legal defense
against Tim Mara's suit for.
$500,000 for alleged breach of
contract back in the budding
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hey cay of the retired heavy-
When dusk settles tonight over weight champion's fistic career.
the Western Conference gridiron ' Hundreds lined the long st irs
battlefield, there is certain to be leading up to the supreme court,
a -definite elimination of Big Ten flahlights popped, the almost
ptforgotten whisper - "There goes
pennants which are still waving on T unney"--ran through the build-
the merits of their unblemished I ing. It looked more like a weigh-
records. Six Conference teams will ing in day before one of his title
engage in games today which have fights than the opening of a
a definite bearing upon the annual ( legal battle that may pry from
race for the elusive Big Ten chain- Gentleman Gene a fourth of the
pionship, for two of the teams. $2,000,000 fortune he amassed in
Northwestern and Minnesota, still the ring.
remain in the unbeaten class along
with. Michigan who is idle this - -----_-_____
week.
The Northwestern fray at the
:4innesota stadium in Minneapolis
will have by fgr the most import-
ant effect upon the Conference rat-
ings, for at least one and possibly
both may be eliminated. Coach
Dick Hanley's squad is at presen -
the outstanding favorite to take Junior Varsity Turns Attention
the game. With the return of Hank to Aerial Attack to
Bruder to the lineup along with A
several other members of the squad Aid Scorig.
who have been out with injuries,.
Nortlhwestern will present the LINE WORKS ON DEFENSE
strongest team which she has been
able t present this season. Coach Courtright put his "B"
Sellout at Minneapolis.' squad through an extensive drill on
At Minneapolis Fritz Crisler has long and short passes yesterday,
been worrying over the lack of an afternoon, keeping them busy to
offensive spark in his squad, which counteract the decided snap in the
has been its most noticeable lack air. The workout was a continua-
thus far. Russ Lekcell will probably tion of the offensive drills that
replace Manders in the fullback have characterized t h i s week's'
position against the Wildcats to- practices.
day. The entire Gopher squad is Kutsche, Podluski and Bremen,
in excellent physical shape for the w e r e consistently hitting their
game which is to be witnessed. by marks as they tossed the pigskin
a sellout crowd of 50,000 people. into the arms of Bovard, Justice,
Wisconsin's powerful team which Coombe, and Markley, who covered
was rudely knocked out of the race the receiving end, and all the men
by ,Purdue's one point victory last displayed plenty of pep. This part
week will seek revenge on the of the program took up most of the
Buckeyes whom they will meet at afternoon.
Columbus today. This is the first The guards and tackles were drill-
game between the two universities ed on blocking and breaking
since 1920. The Badgers arrived in through the line by Coach Keen on
Columbus yesterday and are confi- another part of the field. Jordan,
dent of a victory, basing their pre- Horowitz, Benz, Unger, and the rest
dictions on the excellent overhead of the line material took part in
game which they will bring into this work. This conmprised the
play against the Bucks. whole of defensive improvement
Ohio State will be greatly rein- for the day.
forced through the return of Wes Courtright, in a exhibition of re-
Fesler to the lineup after a layoff ceiving a pass, pulled a leg muscle
with injuries. The squad has shown and had to retire to the Field
a decided flash of power of late House near the end of the session
and are out to upset the dope while Keen sent the entire squad
bucket. through a short signal drill to wind

AY WEST TO BA TTLE
EASTERN ELEVENS
Teams of Mid-West to Defend
Laurels Against Easterners.
(Continued From Page 6)
bound to be a let-down following
the hard New York U. game last
week, and West Virginia is a bad
team to slump against.
One of the best games of the dayt
BECK. finds Carnegie Tech and New York7
y U., two high class teams, meeting
on Carnegie's home field. Although
beaten decisively by Notre Dame,
Carnegie looks to a victory overt
New York's inexperienced team.
New York also cane to a high peakf
against Fordham, and a slight let-(
down may be looked for.z
N o t r e Dame's championship-
bound eleven have an easy week-
end when they tangle with Pat
Page's Indiana team. Page has
promised a number of sophomores
will be among the starters. Dickey
and Martich, ends; Johnson, tackle,
and Opasik and Saluski, all second-
year men are sure to be in the open-
ing line-up.
Detroit encounters a fairly stiff
obstacle in their path toward an
unbeaten season when they meet
Iowa Saturday. While the Haw-
keyes record this year is nothing
to cheer about, Coach Burt Ing-
werson has the utmost confidence
in his powerful line to hold Detroit
in check.

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on the team, with the exception of Michigan game.
Bill Hewitt, is ready to go into the Gus Dorais, Detroit
game. Fred Green, Lansing.
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be deserved.

Three Illini Injured.
Over at Champaign Coach Bob
Zuppke is having his troubles with
injuries which are liable to cripple
his defense against the powerful
Purdue attack when the Illini take
on the Boilermakers there this
afternoon. Captain Robinson, Rus-
sell, and Bennett are still on the
injured list and probably will not
be available for play. The Illini
pass defense has not improved
considerably since its costly display
against the Wolverines last week,
and will probAbly prove a vulner-
able point for the Purdue backs.
The return of Alex Yunevich to the
game has given impetus to the pre-
diction that the Purdue varsity will
take the game.
Chicago will engage in an inter-
sectional contest with the Prince-
ton eleven in the Maroon strong-
hold. The game will not be par-
ticularly outstanding as neither
team has scored in the last three
starts. Iowa will engage the Uni-'
versity'of Detroit squad at the Auto
City while Indiana is attemhpting to
survive the assault of the Irish at
South Bend.
Jack Cannon, Notre Dame All-
American guard last year is work-
ing in the capaciity of assistant foot-
ball coach at Alabama Polytech.

up the practice. The regular lineup
was filled and changed to give
everyone a chance to get into play
and become better acquainted with
the plays that they hope to use
to down General Motors Tech.
WOLVERINES FACE
FRESHMAN T E A M
Newman's Passes Still Bother
Yearling Opponents.
(Continued from Page 6)
the ball carrier. Likewise the op-
posing overhead game was kept
well in check, with Hudson and
Wheeler batting down most of the
freshmen attempts at aerial work.
One varsity fumble was costly in
that it allowed the first-year men
to shove over a touchdown, but con-
sideri'ng the cold the Wolverine
backs handled the ball remarkably
well, and on their own account fol-
lowed the pigskin closely when it
was in the yearling's possession.
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