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SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1930
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THE MICHIGAN

D A I L Y

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WOLHES TE
Michigan Favored to Win First
Place Honors Over Level
Course at Urbana.
OHIO ALSO CONSIDERED
Harriers from Illinois, Ohio State,
and Michigan match strides this
morning in a triangular meet over
the course at Urbana with the
starter's gun scheduled to start the
men on their way at 10:30. Cap-
tain Fitzgibbons' Wolverines rank
as a very slight favorite to defeat
the Indians and Buckeyes, and
most of this margin is conceded the
Hoytmen on the strength of their
victory over the strong Michigan
State team last Saturday.
.The Illinoiscontingent of thin-
clads will be led by Captain Evans,
who ran ninth in last year's meet,
while Ohio will b captained by
their ace Hanover who took third
position in the meeting last season.
Both of these squads are strong,
and figure to push the Wolverines
hard for winning laurels. The lev-
elness of the Illinois five-mile
course as contrasted with the hilly
aspect of their own course is a big
factor in the establishment of the
Michigan squad as favorites.
Illinois Looks Strong.
Illinois was faced with a large
hole left by graduation a the be-
ginning of the year, and conse-
quently a number of new men have
had to be developed, but in prac-
tice trials the Indians have been
turning in creditable times so they
cannot by any means be counted
out. Their entry list includes Cap-
tain Evans, Carlock, Petefish, Rob-
erts, Gould, Woolsey, Line, De-
inarest, and Turnipseed, and with
these men running over their own
course the Illini aggregation must
be given strong consideration for
first place honors.
Hanover ranks as one of the fav-
orites for first place among the in-
dividuals, and together with Evans,
and Austin, the star Wolverine ha-.
rier, should stage a pretty race for
the winning laurels. The Buckeye
leader heads a strong squad which
includes Heintz, Billie, Moorhead,
White, Littler, Johnson, Halzenber-
ger, Warner, Hart, Durigg, Augen-
stein, and Fallen.
Michigan Has Ten Mein.
The Michigan cross country ar-
tists are captained by Fitzgibbons
with nine men making up the
squad in addition to the Wolver-
ine leader. Austin, Wolfe, Howell,
Crawford, Hill, Feustal, Bedenik,
Klahn, and Smith comprise the
Maize and Blue entry list. They are
in excellent condition, and with the
race layed out over a course con-
siderably easier than their own
should best both of their rivals.
However the race cannot be count-
ed in the bag for any of the con-
tending teams as the work of the
entire group can discount the star
performance of an individual star.

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"erolrmakers Set High Record (Continued from Page 6) k
for Scri ;mu ge PLays, has made a shift in the dutiecs of
his backfield men, with Berkow-
(Vx . :1 /or7h';hitz, a veteran, calling the signals
LAYAYT'ov. 7. - --Jst as the jfrom the fullback post. Coombe,
t who is slated to start at quarter,
truth wll ot, so it is that fogures wivii function as the safety m.:
can's alwa«y lije, 'and1 ound gain- while Brown and Podlewski pair
ing L'stijCS of the four confer- u at the halfback 'ositions.

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that time he will be able to round erder and has enly a single one 'B' team came out victorious over
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Although little is known of De-
Baker's ability as an iron-man
capable of standing up through an
entire game his flashes of occa-
sional brilliance make him a man
to be watched at any time he hap-
pens to be called on. He may sur-
prise Harvard.
Conference Elevens
Invade Eastern Grids
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partment of play than the Indians. R
Ohio State, keyed up to fever
pitch after its tie game with Wis-
consin last Saturday, is favored
slightly over the Navy in their grid
battle. Navy has shown power irK
only one game this season, when
it downed Princeton 31-0, but as
the best the Tigers could do against
Chicago was a scoreless tie, the
large score rolled up against them
doesn't show much as to Navy's
strength. Ohio has been steadily
improving, and should win by s
touchdown or two.
Iowa meets Marquetto in the only}
other game of the day that should
p r o v e exceptionally interesting
Since the Hawkeyes 7-3 conquest
of betroit last week interest has
been picking up at Iowa, and a vic-
tory over Marquette is expected.
Marquette, however, has a strong
team, and it would not be a sur-
prise were they to down the Haw-
keyes.
Minnesota has a comparatively
easy game when it tackles the Uni-
versity of South Dakota, while
Wisconsin also leaves Conference
|competition for the afternoon to
engage South Dakota State.

diow ningtchem. Brown i~s voredpeti.ion, the ballyhoo is generally
over Tufts, Columbia is expected to h eard from one end of the country
frin Cal ateDartouthwinover to the other, and Purdue's record is
trim Colgate, Dartmouth win o truly remarkable when it is con-
Allegheny, Lafayette shoud top sidered that eight different back-
Rutgers, and Penn State should feld mln have contributed their
bow before the attack of Syracuse. share.
The Alabama-Florida game will Purdue's ground-gaining record
hold the center of the stage in the is a "team" record, for it has not
south. Both teams are strong and been achieved by the individual
out for a victory but the Crimson efforts of any one back. Rather,
players should emerge victorious, it has been accumulated by Pur-
Only one other game will share the due's "starless' backfields, or back-
southern limelight and that the fields of "stars," put it as you will,
one between Georgia Tech and working in conjunction with a
Vanderbilt, and it looks like the well-knit line that thoroughly un-
latter aggregation will carry the derstands this business of clearing
honors for the day. the way for ball-carriers.

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Today's grid game at Cam-
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Harvard will be broadcast by
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Broadcasting Company hook-up
at 1:45. Graham McNamee will
be at the "mike".

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