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THE MICH IGAN

DAILY

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1930

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"HIND CLUOLUMMIM',

KIPKE g1ES T Mlichigan-P
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Michigan to Have Full Reserve
Strength Available for
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GOPHER REGULARS BACK

7 ;CTE I SCHEDULE
1931
Oct. 3-- ...... .........Open
OL. 10-Chicago ....... There
Oct. 17-Ohio State......Here
Oct. 24--Illinois ........ There
C .31-Princeton ......There
Nm'. 7--Tndiana ......... Here
ov. 14--M. S. C..........Here
N v. 21-Minnesota .....Here

Coach Harry Kipke spent the
drill period yesterday afternoon
behind closed gates, barring even
the newspaper men from the ses-
sion. This action might mean any-
thing, but after having spent the
last two days mainly in dummy
scrimmages with the freshmen to
acquaint the Varsity with the
Gopher plays, it is highly probable
that the Wolverines were sent
through an extensive drill on the
offensive, perhaps followed by a
dummy scrimmage with the year-
lings to complete the session. With
the game bt two days off this pro-
gram seems the likely one.
Drills Have Been Hard.
Because he regards the Minne-
sota game as one of the toughest
of the entire season, Coach Kipke
has been thoroughly preparing his
championship aspirants to meet
any attack that the coaching of
Fritz Crisler may throw up against
the Wolverines; and he has con-
cocted some new plays that will
help the Maize and Blue make good
in its attempt to come out on top
this Saturday. He is leaving no
stones unturned to give the Varsity
everything it needs for its march
to the Western Conference cham-
pionship. Therefore the practice
periods have been long and ex-
hausting to keep the team in top
fighting form.
The reserve strength of Michi-
gan's eleven is ample now for there
were few injuries for the Kipkemen
in the Harvard contest and all the
past cripples have recovered to be
in shape for play. With this bogey
removed, the coach has not only
a first class lineup but his entire
squad on hand for any necessary
substitutions that mayucome up
this week. This is doubly a good
thing for Michigan because Minne
sota's roster has no flaws at pres-
ent either and includes plenty of
good men such as Kreskowski, Dill-
ner, Reihsen, Swartz, MacDougal,
and Anderson, who have been out
lately but are ready for battle now.
Backfield is Strong.
The backfield is extra strong
now with the sudden display of
power that DeBaker !has let out.
Hie has been running wild in scrim-
mages and should get into the
game with the Gophers. The regu-
lar backs, Hudson, Simrall, New-
man, and Wheeler are all in good
shape and have also been showing
to good advantage this week. The
latter was one of the few men
injured in the scrap at Cambridge
and his absence has -given Chuck
DeBaker a chance to shine, but it
was a minor hurt and he is ex-
pected to get in the game Saturday.
The front wall is unchanged
since it has proved strong and
seems to be about the best com-
bination for the Wolverine lineup.
Williamson and Hozer will play
ends, Draveling and Auer the tac-
kles, Lajeunesse and Cornwell,
guards, and Morrison, pivot man.
BEFORE
AND
AFTER
THE GAME
HAVE
LUNCH
AND
DINNER
AT
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SUGAR BOWL
109 South Main Street
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From Freshman
or PreX-
no on- can tell-if the letter is
written onOld Hampshire station-
ery--for it gives an almost presi-
dential dignity to the 'message it
carries. Whether your letter is to
the family at home, to some ofyour
tradesmen or purveyors-or to
your very best girl, Old Hampshire
adds a distinct tone, for it is rich,
substantial,'smart-it has the rich
texture, the crisp crackle of the
truly aristocratic paper.

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News
t HORSESHOES.
TI'he f als of the All-Campus
'V; {{$orseshoe tournament Louis R.
3row defeated Karl E. Goellner.
'rThle games were closely contested
, .ith BOwn \vwiing the first 22-20,
Gollner th second 15-21 and
Ervn the third 21-19.
Faternity Swimming.
:h." Phi 1of-ated Sigma Nu in
" duel nect he ldin the Intram-
:fural pool last night 23-16. Wicks,
EPhillip,. and Maxian won firsts in
the 25 yd free style, 25 yd breast
stroke, and diving events. In an-
other dual meet held the same
night Phi Gamma Delta defeatedl
BOWGROIv - :.::Alpha Phi Delta 23-7.
NVy Anyone is eligible to compete cx-
,;"e hcept Varsity squad men, or those
ALssociated Press Photo who have wan either a Varsity let-
The big guns of the navy flotilla will ateamp e the Southern Methodist Mustangs when they ter or an AMA in swimming. Also,
come together in Baltimore tomnorrow. C .' n o C ve n?, former Grand Rapids Central star, tackle and any Freshman who competes for
great defensive man, and ballet Kirn, big lic .irmashing h alfback are among the Navy stars, Ira Hooper, 200- his fraternity forfeits his chances
pound halfback, and Bill Skeeters, great tackle, carry t he high hopes of the Mustangs, of winning Freshman swimming
numerals.

Alpha Kappa Lambda,
Delta Upsilon Reach
Fi 7 a I s inSpeedball
Alpha Kappa Lambda and Delta
Upsilon will clash Monday after-
n oon in the championship game of
the Interfraternity Speedball League
as a result of their victories yester-
day over Delta Kappa Epsilon and
Tau Kappa Epsilon respectively.
Alpha Kappa Lambda triumphed by
a 10-0 score while Delta Upsilon
nosed out a win by a 6-4 count.
Alpha Kappa Lambda won a
rather easy victory over Delta Kap-
pa Epsilon by showing some excel-
lent combination play, and at the
same t.Ine effectively smothering
all attempts by their opponents to
make counters. The winners led at
half time by a 3-0 score, and flashed
a brand of play in the closing ses-
sion that ran their count to ten.
Simons and Clark stood out with
four and three points respectively.
Due mainly to superior play in
the first half Delta Upsilon was able
to down Tau Kappa Epsilon. The
losers showed better form iin the
second half, and scored four points'
while holding their opponents to
two. The first half had ended with
the score 4-0 in Delta Upsilon's
favor.
I Lineups:
Alpha Kappa Delta Kappa
Lambda (10) Epsilon (0)
Spencer ........C........... Foster
Macklin ........ LF......... Kessel
Comins ........RF........Menafee
Clark .......... LE ........ Grigsby.
Stevens.......RE...... Reynolds
Crombie ....... LH ......... Hodge
Oldham ....... RH ....... Cumings
Dee ............ FB.......... Lowis
Knapp .........LG......... Lewi's
Simons .......RG...... Chalmers
Renck .........GG-..........Frey
Substitutes: Alpha Kappa Lamb-
da - Dukes, Irwin, Friend, and
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Feature
KOSTS TO OLE
Game With Hoosiers Here Is
Only Change From Present
Conference Schedule.
OPENER YET UNBOOKED
Selection of Princeton University
to replace the Harvard game on
the Michigan 1931 gridiron sched-
ule was the most important change
in the announcement of next year's
schedule which was issued yester-
day by the athletic administration
office.
The game will be played at 'the
Princeton bowl Oct. 31, replacing
the intersectional contest of the
past two years that the University
has played with Harvard. The only
other change in the 1931 program
is in the Big Ten Conference clash
with Indiana at the Michigan bowl
Nov. 7. The Hoosiers replace the
Purdue squad on this year's sched-
ule.
Thus far no game has been
scheduled for the opening Satur-
day but a double-header will prob-
ably feature the opener Oct. 3. The
following week-end the Wolverines
travel to Chicago to open the first
of the five Conference games of
the season. Ohio State is on the
schedule for a game here, Oct. 17.
The game with Illinois is -on the
program for Oct. 24, on the foreign
field. Following the Princeton game,
the lasththree games of the season
are to be played here. Indiana, on
Nov. 7, followed by Michigan State
college, Nov. 14, and the Minnesota
game, Nov. 21, will complete the
schedule.

Junior Varsity Works in Secret to Prepare
for Tomorrow 's GameWith Western State
With only one more day of prac-| Michigan team will leave early Sat-
tice remaining before what may j urday morning for the game.
turn out to be its hardest, game of I Western State has only been de-
the season, Mi-obgan's Junior Var- feated once this season, and that
sity team went through a stiff drill time by one of the strongest teams
yesterday behind the closed gates of in the state, Michigan State Normal
Ferry Field in preparation for its of Ypsilanti, the same team that
game with Western State Normal held the Wolverine Varsity to a 7-0'
at Kalamazoo tomorrow. win in one game of the double
Although the squad that will header opener this season. That
make the trip to Kalamazoo has record serves to show that the Kal-
not yet been anroced, it is prob- amazoo team will be no easy mark
able that the -same men will be for the Jayvees who will enter the
taken that made the trip to M. game as the underdogs.
Pleasant earlier in the year to play In spite of their 77-0 victory over
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TICKETS SENT OUT
FOR CHARITY TIL T
Printed Forms to be Exchanged
for Chicago Pasteboards.I
Forty thousand tickets, the num-
ber for the Michigan-Chicago ben-'
efit football that are to be distrib-
uted to Michigan cities through the
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SHIANDBALL RESULTS.
Tau Kappa Epsilon 2-Pi Lamb-
da Phi 0.
Sigma Chi 3-Beta Sigma Psi 0.
Alpha Phi Delta 2-Delta Upsilon
1L
Alpha Kappa Lambda 2-Phi Ep-
silon Pi 1.
Phi Kappa Psi 2-Lambda Chi
Alpha 1.
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