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-THURSDAY, NOVEMBER. 6, 1030

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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g'rIItJRSDAY NOVEMBER 6, 1930 PAGE SEVEN
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Program CDVT

VAR SITI COAHES
HELP lIN TRAINN

B'IG T'EN STANDINGS

Michigan ........3100
Northwestern.....3100
Purdue...........3 .5
Wisconsin ........1
Minnesota ........1
Ohio State .......1

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WOLVES PREP1ARE
FOR, CRIMSON TILT'
Kipke to Give Squad Light Drill
Before Leaving Today.
(Continued from Page 6)
in breaking up the tosses and form-
ed a line combination that served
as a stone wall defense.
In the event, that the Crimson
stops the Wolverine passing attack,
Coach Kipke is reiying on a ser-
ies of as yet untried nlays which

Interest in Sports, Aid
Physical Development.
SYSTEM HIGHLY RATED
The Freshman Physical Educa-

Iowa .....
Chicago
Indiana
Illinois.

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tion program is once more under I have been worked on all season to
way with a larger number of par- UU L be used in case of such an emer-
ticipants than ever before. The ex- gency. Lateral passes, end plays,
teilt of this program is not usually and line bucks will form port of
appreciated by the average ob- the Michigan offense, but it is pre-
server, but the fact is, that this dieted that the strength of both
is the most comprehensive athletic teams lies in the failure or success
undertaking on the campus. First String Freshman Eleven of their respective passing attacks.
Every entering freshman must Has Several Outstanding As 'a result most of the time yes-
go through a physical examination, Players in Lineup. terday was spent in drilling the
and unless this examination shows team on breaking up Crimson pass-l
that he is unfit for exercise of anyGOOD WORK
kind, he is assigned to a physical Thirty-six men are making the
education class. Each class is in trip as members of the squad. With
turn carefully gone over so as to Freshman football practice fol- the exception of Hewitt, the entire
determine any special aptitudes lowed the same general lines of ac- squad is in condition to render
those composing it might have. tivity in the workout yesterday af- their services to the team if necess-
Those having minor physical de- ternoon. The squad was split up ary. Auer, veteran tackle who will
fects are put into a special class towith be in the st.rting lineup has had
and are given only light exercise,mm his infected ear bandaged up ade-
mostly of a corrective nature. Those the Varsity and "B" elevens and quately to permit him to perform
having ability in a sport are all not included in these groups at his best. But Purdum and Sam-
assigned to a squad and given were sent through drills in funda- uels, the latter being one of the
the best coaching possible. These mentals under Al Steinke and Bud best men on.the team at diagnos-
coaches are usually assistant Vars- r e s h a n ing opponents plays will be at hand
iy coaches.Pto replace either Auer or Draveling.
Sport Squads Formed. coaches. The remainder of the squad go
Squads in football, track, wrestl- The men drafted -to work with Ong east is as follows. Avery, Cas-
ing, boxing, golf, fencng, swim- the Varsity gridders under the su- j tle, Damm, DeBaker, Douglas, East-
ming, gymnastics, cross country, pervision of Cappy Cappon were man, Goldsimth, Heston, Marcov-
basketball, hockey, and baseball sky, Miller, Morgan, Oehman, Rich-
are formed. All together about 400 the same group of first stringers ardson, Sikkenga, Soelberg. Stoll
Frosh are included, that make up one of the strongest Shea, Tessmer, Wills, and Yost.
In the classes held in Waterman yearling elevens for several years. Michigan's reserve strength is re-
gymnasium under the supervision They have showed to good advan- lied upon by Kipke as his greatest
den ally i responsible for the re tage against the Kipkemen, push- bulwark this season. As has been
measure of success obtained the ing them in the game last Friday demonstrated in the past few
remainder of the freshmen are and making Tuesday's scrimmage games excellent substitute material
mobilized. This elass work consists one of their best this fall. for every position has been avail-
of running, jumping, climbing, and The sterling play of Everhardus able when needed. In case of in-
tumbling for the first part of the in the backfield from where he jury to any man on the first strig
year. After this comes instruction constantly comes to smash the line lineup, a first class substitute is
in wrestling and boxing which is for gains, and Austin's work as the ready to function in his position.
designed to teach the men the bulwark of the line, making th
fundamentals of self defense. The majority of the tackles, has given
rest of the time is usually occupied i the Varsity some real tests in these * * -
with such games as basketball and scrimmages. Cantril, the other
volleyball, tackle, and Bernard at center have
Interest in Athletics is Aim. been outstanding in their work al- With Fraternity a
Thep eof. all this activit so. A brace of other backs, Stine-.
is to stimuate inteest indispring, who has always called the A choice line f4
forms of athletics and to promote signals and has made some pretty
physical development by teaching runbacks, and Soodik, who picked Burr,'ate s~
the correcte frm in allbevets T n upafml rdyadr fr aPII atteI~so
program is rounded out in such a touchdown, must have their share Fraternity
way that tests for improvement.are of credit.
made periodically, and the point Yesterday the freshmen eleven 603 Chu
which is most gratifying to those worked in dummey scrimmage to
in charge is that the system does further acquaint the Varsity with
bring such excellent results. the Harvard plays that Cappon
This system is second to none in brought back from his scouting of
the entire country. The competence the Crimson team. The first year
of the instructors, the facilities of men proved an exceptionally good
the Michigan Athletic plant, and group for the familiarizing of the
the willingness to co-operate on Wolverines and -held up their end
the part of the freshmen, are basic of the contract for the afternoon.
reasons for the perennial success The squad working with the Jun-
of Michigan's Athletic teams. ior Varsity was made up of the sec- at ow er
Canzneriisand string men, although Coach
NEW YORK-Tony Canzoneri is Fisher shifted the players from the
well satisfied with his chances to fundamental drills to scrimmage
;lift the lightweight title from Al or vice versa. The yearlings acted
Singer, in their battle November as a defense against which the Jay- I H art, Schall
14. He saw the champion in Chi- vees could try their various forma-
cago fail to knock out Eddie Mack, tions. The workout was an actual
'Denver pugilist. Canzoneri stopped scrimmage for the latter half of
Mack in eight rounds. the "B" team practice period. r"

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VEENKER WORK(S VARSITY BASKETBAL
ASP IRANTS N FUNDAMENTAL DIL
Wolverine Coach Must Uncover replace the elongated Bob Chap-
Capable Center to Round man who graduated last year.
Out Promising Team. Few teams have ever gone far
toward title honors in Big Ten
PROSPECTS LOOK GOOD circles that did not possess a center
that could control the tip-off a
Varsity basketball aspirants are god share of the time. The style of!
working out four nights a week play in use by the teams in the cir-
under the watchful eye of Coach cuit renders the tip all-important,
George Veenker as the Wolverines and teams that do not have a cap-
prepare to start another quest for able center of sufficient proportions
the Western Conference basketball find themselves severely handi-
championship. With the opening capped.
m Players Shorter than Usual.
game of the season set for Decem- This year's aggregation stacks up
ber 6, Veenker is at present re- as being shorter than the average
stricting the men to a few scrim- run of Wolverine teams. In past
mages, and spending most of the seasons Michigan has usually been
time on fundamental work. able to put a squad of six-footers
on the floor, but the wearers of the
A definite line cannot be ob- Maize and Blue in the coming cam-'
tained on prospects for the coming paign will, in all probability, lean
season until after football is over more to the fast, quick offense with
when several players that are being the players not being of more than
average height. A definite style of
heavily counted on report for prac- play cannot be prophecied however
tice. Twenty-five or thirty men until all the candidates have been
comprise the court squad's roster given ample chance to show their
at the pressnt time with no cuts wares.
having been made as yet. With the It may be that the Wolverine
close of gridiron activities for the mentor can uncover a quintet of
year Veenker will have Hudson, men of at least six feet in height
and Daniels of last season's team that can successfully uphold their
together with Miller, Cox, DeBaker, own in Conference competition,
Williamson, and Tessmer to add to and if he can, Michigan will un-
his list of candidates for this year's doubtedly offer its usual style of
squad. . play. At any rate material is prom-
Need Good Center. ising for the Big" Ten basketball
A tentative lineup, used so farI season this year, and it seems prob-
as a regular one, has included able, even at this early date, that
Weiss and Eveland at forward, Michigan will have a first-rate
Manuel at center, and Altenho squad with a goodly number of
and Shaw at guard. Save for Weiss capable substitutes.
all these men were members of
last, year's crack freshmen team,
but with the addition of the play-
ers from the football squad of these
sophomores will be forced to battle
hard to retain their present posts.
The crying need is for a center to s the best

Richards and
are out of the
and Harding

Kuehn two tackles
game with injuries
is still a doubtful

starter.
If he is not ready Moushegian
will start in his place. Eddie Mays
also is not certain of starting the
game as the injury that he suf-
fered in the first weeks of the sea-
son is still bothering him. He will
alternate with Crickard at left half
if he plays.
The morale of the Crimson team
is at a low ebb today as prospects
of an overwhelming Michigan vic-
tory dishearten the eleven. The bet-
ting in Cambridge circles remained
at 2-1 in favor of the Wolves with
very little money on the short end.
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SIDELINE
CHATTER
(Continued From Page 6)
Alabama will hook up with
Florida in their annul clash
in what promises to be ihebest
contest in Dixie. The 'Gators
will be no setup for Alabama,
as the~y tied Creirgia's stron g
team last wek, but the Ti e is
the favorite.
Harvard Grid Squad
Prepa es for W 6)lv
(Continued from Page 6)

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