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HI EGULARWIOLVERINE FQOTBALL.
EDIORE SUAD"SQUAD NAMED BY COACH KIPKE
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Michigan B Team Faces Hardest'
Schedu e With Lack of
ech Thomas 9. Trueblood an-
icdyesteday that play for
University Golf Cham1pionship
begiWednesday, October 1, at
qnn Arbor Golf Club where the
Ifyng rounids will be held.
ly undergaduates are eligible
ompetition in the champion-
tourney. The highest sixteen.
qualify for matched play which
decide the winner of the Var-
Trophy-. Qualifying rounds, ex-,
for thle member~s of last year's
.ty team, who will not be re-
d to qualify, will be held at
Ann Arbor Club on October 1,
and the morning of the 4th.
is to be by three or foursomes,
attest~edJ scores by each player.
ply those golfers who play con-
ntly~ under 85 on a six thousand
coun.rse will- be expected to en-
Jhis tournament. The chain-
ship rounds will be played over
SEE K MORE MATERIAL,
V ih te first cutting of the Var-
Isity squad announced yesterday the
,Wolverine B team under Ray Court-
rig-ht swung into ;action for the first
time in their own right. Faced with
a dearth, of material in. every posi-
plea the junior imentor issu~ed a~
plafor .a greater turnout of pros-
pective candidates. -Any man oI
t-he campus for more than one,. se-
mnester is requested to report at
Ferry Field as soon as possible.
iWhile faced with the problem of
making a 'team without veterans
and of insufficient mat~erial, Coach~
Courtright "has scheduled the stiff-
est line-up of teams that the Junior
varsity has encountered since its
inception. Four Conferenlce "B"
teams and three 'colleges will make
rIthe largest number of gamies ever
before played, and the open datel
,Imay be filled in with one of the
members on the Buckeye, Confer-
Three trips into foreign territory
are doped to be among the~ tough-
l est contests of the season and ar-
rangements are being made at Mt.
Pleasant, Illinois an'd Western to
take care of crowds that will be.
,drawn by the visiting Wolverinies.
ing. Saturday's close battle with backfield candidates, A s s i s t a n tl
Michigan State Normal proved that, Coach Jack Blott was, sending the
fthe Wolverine backfield needed a linemien 'throuigh a blocking drill.
lot more practice in this field, timej None of the rest of the team, how-j
and again the ball carrier being ever, was worked anywhere near as
nailed= because - his¢ bookers fail~d' hard as the backs.
to, spill. their opponents. Several of Comparatively. light drills were
the regular backs were showingi the oTrer forsevedral me abe rstiof
much better form in this depart-I feeling effects of slight injuries re-
r nent in yesterday's. blocking drill.; ceived in or before Saturday's- dqu-
While Coaches Kipke and Cappon ble header.
to Ann, Arbbr's Ieufest
lM/odern Shoe Parlor
E THEIR. LOOK'S
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If you like "somtetling special" in leather,- in style, in
workmanship, you are bound to be pleased with
in match play for
inals and finals will
-Green fees at the
Club are one dollar,
]Estil T essmer,"
Sophom~ore star of this year'sj
Michigani grid squad who in addi-
Lion tobeing a' capable field generall
is a star punter and passer. Tess-
mer stoo~d cut Saturday in the1
douiblehe'ader ais one of the most
prom-ising finds of the year.,
Wolverines vrnsWin 1 oth
fEnds ofDouble Bill1
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DeB ker, a~ sophomore. halfback,"
which was good for forty yards.;
Deflaker was forced, outside. on the
three yard linle and the .ball was
taken in twenty yards. ,A line buck
failed tot advanc e the ball, but on
the next playr Tessmer tossed a
lateral pass to De 3aker and the
Muskegon boy trotted over the final
chalk line untouched. Tessmer
added the extra point from place-
ment with Captain Simrall holding
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Oct. 25 Illinois "B" Teinm .there
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'Nov. 15 Western State .... there
Nov. 22 Wisconsin "B" -Team.
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