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THURSDAY, NOVEVBER 13 193

T H I- MI C H IG AN DAI LY

PACE, SEVEN

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D JACK WHEELER LEADS VARSITY
SCORERS AS SEASON NEARS END
Statistics compiled so as to in-
k' lude last Saturday's game with the credit for the touchdowns for
}Harvard reveal that Jack Wheeler, which he has been responsible he
Minnesota DeLe for M ch 'a-n flashy halfback, is leading this would be far out in front of all of
year's Varsity in scoring. Wheeler hI's teammates. His passes have been
Gee i I Hgh'p has amassed a total of 24 points instrumental in every score mAdc
of Grid Season. representing four touchdowns. by Michigan in their last f o u r
Second on the list comes Sol Hud- games.
FIGHT FOR BROWN JUG son, hard driving fullback, with 18 Others who have scored in any of
points. Although Michigan's games this fall are:
y Stv"ar'. ival coaches fear Daniels ....................(..6
I ud s on chiefly O'Neil ..... .. ......... ------3
Minnota DaIy s Asst. us e of his ills....... .....
Showing a marked mprovrement 1bility as a line f Goldsmith
in generalship and employing a ilunger, only one DcfRakcr................7...... . E
whole series of new and speedy A his touchdowns Stoll .................. _ _ . . . .
plays that Coach Fritz Crisler has ,as come by that I Tessmer . f. . s.. s_
dishd ot t thm te Gniir Doute, That was in 'Miss "gg from the list of scorers is
dished out to them the Gc °trhe Ohio S t a t e the name of Captain "Ducky" Sin-
gridders last night wtnt through ;ame when lx e rail. Here also is just one of those
long scrimmage session dui.g :rashed thru the I "scorers" who never gets the credit!
which many of the intricacieso enter of the line for the score. Ducky's blocking has|
the Michigan offense were explain-f a . bor 17 yards and! cleared the way for many Michigan
ed to Minnesota's green but willing the first score of touchdowns this season and his val- G
men in preparation for their clash i the game. Just re- ! ue can't be overestimated.
with the Wolverines Wheeler. cently Hudson has j In the several games thus far
Knowing full well that in this developed sticky fingers for Harry j played Michigan has scored a total
their important game that same Newman's long heaves, a combina- of 83 points, as against 23 for all
spirit that evidenced itself in the t)On which has been responsible for ! opponents. This total represents 13
Stanford clash must again come Sol's other 12 points. touchdowns, 7 points after touch--
to the fore the Gophers have dug Harry Newman, star quarterback I down, and 1 field goal.
their cleats into the turf with a and forward passer deluxe, is third;-_ _ -
determination that bodes ill to on the list, with 12 points. There's CHICAGO-Young Stribling, one
their opponents. After }osing to no need for Harry to feel badly of the chief contenders for the {
Northwestern and beating the about this, i1owever, because every- world's heavyweight crown, will be
Hoosiers, a rejuvenated Gopher one knows that if someone didn't barred from fighting in New York
team ran wild in a great offensive throw the ball over the goal line, by his contract with the Chicago
display last week to sink the South ( nobody could catch it. If Harry had Stadium.
Dakota Coyotes, 59 to 0.
Brown Jug at Stake.lI
The Gophers have been incon-
sistent in their playing but coach T
Crisler has fully warned them that
they must play heads up football Au
next Saturday if they expect to see
that Little Brown Jug back at
Minnesota. While most of his squad
are considerably banged up only a
few men have not had a chance at
the long scrimmages which have V
featured- this weeks work so far.ez
While highly indefinite a first
string lineup that will probably
start the Michigan encounter is
beginning to evidence itself. Al
Krezowski and Earl Nelson, the3
recent find at the end post, will
probably start at that position. Joe
Boland and Paul Berry the huskyT si quite anachievement.tHere
tackles are coming in for a lot of ITi sqie a civm n. H r
consideration while Bob Reihson
and Minnesota's triple t h r e a t are coats that previously cost many
guard Clarence Munn are slated
for the guard posts. DllarS mo e-rw t e y'r e $30.
Arrive in Ann Arbor Friday.
Lloyd Stein, veteran center will Chesterfields, University coats, Town
officiate at the pivot post. Chances
are that Peewee MacDougal, dim- coats, Raglans, double roasted-
inutive back, Jack Menders, at the
fullback post, Bill Brownell, a con-
sistent blocker and Captain Win they're'all here at $30.
Brockmeyer will complete the back-
field. Thirty-three men together
with the trainers and managers,
will leave Minneapolis tonight,
arriving for a light practice in thef University Men wil be
Michigan Stadium Friday after-
noon.

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They are being offered at the exceptionally low price of
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Each garment being individually tailored and styled to suit the purchaser
Such fabrics have always sold for $125.00 and more
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CROSS COUNTRY
The isnter-class cross country run
will take place this afternoon at
4:30 over the new Varsity course.
Several teams have already signed
up for this meet, and entries are
expected to come in before the race
starts. The members of the win-
ing team will be awarded numerals;
those on the runner-up combina-
tion, medals. Each team will be
composed of three men. All partici-
pants required to have health cards
and to have run the course niine
times, unless given special permis-
sion by the Freshman or Varsity
coaches.
FRATERNITY SWIMMING
Nu Sigma Nu started off the fra-
ternity swimming season by trounc-
ing Alpha Chi Rho 32-9. The win-
ners placed first in all of the five
events. Next Tuesday Chi Psi will
meet Nu Sigma Nu, as a result of
winning on a forfeit from Delta
Sigma Phi.

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