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Berkowitz Remains in Ann Arb
as 22 Players Leave for
Kalamazoo Game.
Michigan's Junior Varsity foo
ball squad, 22 strong, will leave An
Arbor at 9:30 o'clock today for i
battle with Western State Norm
college this afternoon at Kalama
zoo, in what promises to be th
hardest game on the Jayvee sched
ule for this year.
The Wolverine reserves will b
without the services of two of it
players, one a regular, when Berko
witz and Bennett will be left be
hind on this trip. Berkowitz, on
of the stars of the Jayvee back
field, with only two games remain
ing on the schedule, has decide
to drop football to devote all o
his time to the Law school.
Backfield Weakened
The loss of the stocky fullbac
means that Coach Ray Courtrigh
will have to depend on a made ove
backfield against the Normal team2
while the poor condition of two o
his linemen also necessitates sub
stitutions at both of the tackl
positions. Although neither of th
regulars, Frisk or Jordan, are s
badly injured that they can no
play if needed, Courtright wil
start the reserves and leave them
in if they play well enough to war
rant it.
The remainder of the Junio
Varsity team will remain much th
same as usual. Bovard and Justice
will be at the two flank positions
with Markley and VanAkren bein
carried as replacements. With both
Jordan and Frisk being kept on
the bench until absolutely needed
Horwitz and Unger will cover the
two tackle positions. McClellan wil
also be taken along as extra
strength at this post.
Center of Line Remains Same.
Parker and Benz, regular guards
will remain flanking the center
with Honer being takenalong a
replacementsmaterial. The regular
center, Winston, will be in with
Kuijala in reserve.
Eight backs will be carried on
the trip, and from that group Coach
Courtright is hoping to find one
that can capably fill Berkowitz'
shoes. Lindsay will be started at
the quarterback position, with
Coombe assured of one halfback
post. At the other half either Pod-
lewski or Brown will see service,
and the one that is not given this
job will draw the fullback assign-
ment. Besides these men Kutsche,
Hurwitz, Hays, and Bremen will be
taken along.
Normal Has Lost Only One.
Western State Normal has only
dropped one game all season, and
should prove plenty tough for the
Wolverine Cubs this afternoon.
Only Michigan State Normal of
Ypsilanti, the same team that held
the Michigan Varsity to a lone
score early in the season, has taken
the measure of the Teachers so far
this season.
Coach Courtright, although he
still has one Conference game still
to play, is likely to throw every-
thing he has into today's battle in
an effort to upset the Western
State team. Michigan's chances of
finishing well up in Conference
competition have already gone
glimmering with a defeat by Illi-
nois and a tie with Ohio State, and
the Wolverine mentor'may rather
send everything he has against
Western State than save anything

for Wisconsin next week.
Outside of the injuries to Frisk
and Jordan, neither of which is
serious, the Wolverine Cubs are in
excellent physical condition for to-
day's battle. Frisk has been on the
sick list virtually all season, but
Jordan's leg injury occurred only
two weeks ago in a practice session.
All men interested in fresh-
man basketball report to Water-
man Gymnasium 7:30 Monday
night. All those reporting are re-
quested to bring their own equip-
Coach Ray Fisher.

~L1W1S IfLSeMe Little Opposition for Teams
w ENS in UndefeatedClass. DRill IN SECRE
? F E SL E R QarterbacK c
or n Freshmen More Than Hold Own With the usual array of teams Two Opposing Varsity Elevens
in Ealy Matches, But from every section of the country Go Through Light Practice
Finally Fall. as yet undefeated bidding for the Yesterday Afternoon.
Finally mythical national champion-ship, Ysry fn .
D HEAVIES SWEEP POINTS the games that have bcen s'hed- BOTH TEAMS POLISHED
uled for this week-end offer very
t- Taking six out of the last seven little possibility for the elimina- Strict secrecy was maintained
n matches on the card Michigan's tion of any of these contenders. yesterday throughout the light
is varsity wrestling squad humbled Notre D a m e whose birilliant practices of Coach Harry Kipke's
al rthe freshmen grapplers Thursday eleven appears tp be the most Wolverines on South Ferry Field
V coeof4 t 2 napet rtomising in the football worldSot
y a scoe of 6 to '2 in a meet at hus far will entertain the Drake and Coach Fritz Crisler's Gopher
eI the Intramur1 Building. The year- outfit at South Bend in a contest squad at the Michigan Stadium.
-h ling matmen had more than held which should give Rockne plenty Both coaches sent their teams
their own up until that time hav- of opportunity to see some of his through signal drills and light
x ing kept the varsity down to a 22 candidates for next season under formation sessions in the final work
1 9c fire. Washington State who has
-s to 19 score. Coach Keen's charges created such a havoc on the Paci- of polishing them off for their
- however spurted at this point, and fie coast will be busy wth its annual clash here today.
e scored 24 points while holding their neighbor, Washington Univeesity. Coach Crisler refused to disclose
to three. The winner intte. his starting lineup with the poss-
- cppcnernts t heTewne nDetroit to Meet Mar u~t . iiiyta tmyb hne
each match was given five points ibility that it may be changed
if he was able to pin his man, and Probably the most mieresting from that of last week when the
d STUART three if he could only secure a time game from the local stancpoint is Gophers romped over the South
f H OLCOMvB advantage over him. The varsity the University of Detroit game with Dakota team, 59-0. The Minnesota
_a_b c__ won five matches on falls while Marquette o v e r at Miwaukee. aggregation presents a squad of
k [ Ionly two yearling grapplers were Marquette still has one f these giants who possess plenty of driv-
t ..~Y DICK able to gain wins by falls. Grinnel, rare unblemished records and it ing power but are considered weak
t .LARKINSarsity heavyweight wrestler, se- would be a most noble opportunty on pass defense. Nevertheless the
it yUcqduiheqckest fall o thene-to take a little revenge for some of Gopher coach asas been drilling
Ii rn-on, pinning his opponent,th seonlbduc tey av against Michigan asses all week
O'Brien, in 45 seconds after a whirl- had lately. There is little likeli- and with the aid of a strong line
AssOciatcd Pross "Iolwi hood of this, however, for Coach coached by the former Wolverine
The Led by Capt. Wesley F bsle, end, io State is taging a grid comeback after a poor start on the season. Varsity Heavies Score. Frank Murray's eleven from across mentor, Tad Wieman, today's affair
buarers upst the oTe. br holgmbissin t a ,e. Lewis Hichman has blossomed as one of the The varsity gained their edge in the lake is not to be put out of the should be a tight battle.
t ---iat-- - h ack and Dick Larkis is rivaling Fesler at end. the 118-pound, 175-pound, and way so easily. Marquette gave a Auer or Samuels at Tackle.
-- -_-__ ________ --______ - -- heavyweight classes, scoring 21 little exhibition of its power when The Wolverine lineup in yester-
points while blanking the first year it put the touted Iowa crew out of day's drill proved to be practically
nNH R IR TOM E hfl meann in4 these divisions. h w the way after the same boys had the same as the one that faced.
ERANS ECT A CE 6 sltitheto taken over the Titans, 7-3. Harvard in the east last week with
r1 J poWS ON I .O A w l I sudls sit hn oring three5 Fordham Meets St. Mary's of the exception of the left tackle post
fl poundl ~I flT class, eachsorn the California. which will go to either Auer or
{1 1BadgersPredted as inners'landtheyearlings took win-
uue . bL Peitda ines j (~lI Lnng laurels i h 3-on ru Fordham, another undefeated Samuels.
inWoern Encouznter, ii which Gle eda3 second eleven over in the East has shed- Williamson was at right end yes-
advnta enerdcerinth3 ol uled St. Mary's of California for trday, and Draveling at right
Lovell Adds Strength to Foil Wisconsin will invade the domain - achntage e en che on andintersectional contest in New tackle with Crnwell taking the
f hOhio, Purdue, and Iowa to Meet match staged. Keen s charges wonYoktdyAnhetamutirgtgadps.Horwsaan
Events; Six Candidates of the Wolverines as the favorites ''th12-onad14pudcls
Ethe 126-pound and 145-pound class York today. Another team out i right guard post. Hozer was again
when the unbeaten Teams From Schools Outside honors, taking the the far West still in the undefeated at the left wing with LaJeunesse
of Western Conference. class is Oregon who has scheduled filling the left guard position ard
inSabreeGroushencounatenadChaf of 11 to 8. a game at Oregon State as the op- Morrison as pivot man, with 'he
1 TO ARRANGE SCHEDULE Hoyt's runners on the Varsity Oosier an arlow of the fres - position. Down in the warmer re- left tackle position still uncertain
,akinrfalhssfromingssman:nd. Hgions is Alabama who is playing Hudson at fullback, Wheeler and
With the return of Lovell to the Michigan will enter the meet All but Sutton respectively and the other the Louisiana State outfit today. Captain Simmall at halves, and
fold of the fencing squad, prospects oneofour yearlings earning points like- Of the other games scheduled, Newman at quarter completed the
,popcsminus the services of Captain Fitz- WsenCnfrnewllseatour wiearshowearntypoimtwrkI______________________ _________
for a successful season are once gibbons, Western Conference will see action ik(Continued on Pge 7) Wolverine Varsity eleven.
more given a boost. Lovell partici- gbn who wyll be ket o o today on the gridiron, although wh'ich promises well for the future
pates in the foil events, and be- the race by an injured leg. Wolfe three of the Big Ten will meet of varsity wrestling.
cause ofhis experience gained from has also been troubled by a bad teams from outEide. The UniverY Sigwart Wins by Fall. . E1NGRAVED STATI NERY
ibeing on the squad last year he leg, but the injury will not keepstfIdaaistesnl o-i Summaries: 118 lb. class-Sig-
will add a good deal to the strentht I p sity of Indiana is the single mem-imans 18l.casSg
wl add a him from running in today's meet. ber who rests war (V) defeated Landrum (F) by With Fraternity and Sprority Crests
iof the teanm.berwhotest today, taking -a much I all in 4:3; Malowitz (V) held ad- Ielfrproilueo o it
Another candidate who has justAsm Expected to sta.nee aofbtenteNrhfl :0 aoiz()hl d Ideal for personal use or for gifts
Ante addt h a ut Austin xeedtSa. needed layoff between the North- vantage over Valin (F) of 1:00;
recently reported is Bowland, who Austin, who placed first in the western and Purdue games, but the Chapman (V) held advantage over
shows promise of becoming quite triangular meet with Illinois and Gophers have d games, t eithe -Hawins (V) held advantage overB
expert in the handling of the sabre. Ohio State last week is conceded he a e games that either K-awi (F) of 1:; H 2rd ( de-ass & ACo
In addition to Bowland, Coachw ,d have an interesting bearingon thekgeBurrrPat erson
Jo have a good chance of wning(conference standings or are of in- Harrod (F) of 1:00; arlow (V) deFrat t J
Captain Gordon, who is quite adept the race today. Without a doubt terest to the respective elevens. feated Sutton (F) by a i * 3:30; y
at handling all types of sword Ailtin is Michigan's best runner| The scrap between Northwestern Alidiner (V) defeated ai son (F) 603 Church Street
implements, heads the list; Ide while Howell has shown up in ex- and Wisconsin holds the center of aydvatage 4:ve; CB ksn () ofheld_______________________________
Eddleman, De Stefano, and Rosen- cellent fash the stage because the Wildcats are 4d15; Lgrocve()CheksoadvF)tag
berg complete the sabre candi- ion this year. If Austin out for the title with a vengeance 4:1 Larock (F) held advantage --
dates. With this group of men runs as good a race as he did last and Wisconsin is the only team over Dunston (V) of 2:55.
prospects look very bright in this Saturday he should lead the field ( standing between them and their 135 lb. class-Gillen (F) held ad-
particular event, across the i.nish line. (hopes. A loss will put Michigan in vantage over Ducker (V) of :35.
Wenige, Reichardt Lead in Epee. Wisconsin has a wonderful team favor, especially if she downs 145 lb. class-Fryberger (F) held Reasonable Pices
Wenige and Reichardt appear to this fall, having won three meets Minnesota, while a win will at least advantage over Gans (V) of 2:05;
be the outstanding candidates in over fermidahle opponents. In dual guarantee Northwestern a half Nosier (F) defeated Crossman (V)
the Epee division. In addition to encounters Minesota and Penb:yl- I)share in the championship this vantage over Kasabk held ad-
Lovell, Friedman has shown up well vania have fallen before the power- year. It is bound to be a fight to vantage over Kasaback (F) of'
in the work with foils. ful Badgers; and Northwestern, the finish because the Badgers (:)M;yWfallain(4)00;iShandlKndgAr
There are several members of Illinois, and Chicago were the vie- have a good team this year in spite (F) by fall in 4:44; Shankland (V)
last year's freshman team out for tiS in a quadrangular affair. The of their inperfect record and they held advantage over Clark (F) of
the Varsity, which aids a great deal Badgers are captained by Gods- would like nothing better tha't 3:11.
in doing away with much of the worthy, who lasan year made a very t the Wildcats back and take the Maiekie And Grinnel Take Falls.
drill on fundamentals. This is the commendable record in Conference honors for the day. 165 lb. class--Dohertyg( (F) held
first year that such well trained runs, and who has been living up to Chicago to Meet Ilini. adordan (V) held advantage over Clean, Pleasant and With Excellent Service
men have come up to the Varsity his past performances this fall. Chicago and Illinois clash at Grdan () o1:5 175 lb. clasr
from the yearling squad. Courtright, who wOni th" Minnesota Evanston in a centest that will ef- Catei (F) feated Lae
Large Freshman Squad. meet; Kirk, the winner in the Penn feet the title aspirants but is of in- --1atekie (V) defeated angeT
In addition to his work with the race: and IVohlemuth are all ex- terest to the rooters for the Suck- F) by fall in 1:d0. Heavyweight
Varsity, Coach Johnstone is also ceptional runners and add a bulk ers and the Maroons. The long class - Grinnel (V) d e f e a t e d
working with about 20 freshmen of strength to the Wisconsin team, series between the two stand Lied Brien (F) by fall in :45-
who are practicing on the first year B ad; 'aPomt to Win. although Illinois has been the vic- I__-- -
squad. Besides this Johnstone has Because of Wisconsin's powerful tor for the past years, and Chicago
issued a call for faculty members team and the wonderful record is out to break things up by con- li
who have had fencing experience which -it has made, Coach Hoyt ing out on top for a chan ei

g oI itli
to work out with the team, so that believes that Michigan's harriers Ohio State meets an old rival in
the team members may gain ex- will not have even an outside Pittsburgh at Columbus and they
perience. chance of capturing today's meet; will have their hands full in tak-41
On December 4 and 5 the Con- and outside of Austin, who he be- ing care of the visitors because the -H o u r an k in
ference coaches will meet and ar- lieves to have a great chance to Smoky City m n are tough The
range a schedule for the coming win the race, and Howell the Wolves Buckeyes took a bad beating last
season. In addition to Michigan; will not make much of a showing. (Continued on Page 7)
Northwestern, Chicago, Wisconsin, - -- -----------
Ohio, and Illinois have fencing
teams in the Big Ten.
Illini Drop 'Suckers'
as AthleticNickname The Favorite
This Bank has installed this new device at
Athletic teams of the University of all the
I Ithe North UniversityBranch s that at an

of Illinois will, from now on, no
longer be called the "Suckers," but
will bear the other nickname fre-
quently applied to them of the "In-
dians," instead. The change has
been made at the request of Illin-
ois alumni.

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