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THE MICHIGAN

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TUESDAY, NOVEMBER, 18, 1930

TIfF M1CIITC~AN B AlLY TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 1& 1930

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W ANNUAL CLASiC NFEXT WEHK

Entire Squad in Good Condition
After Pounding From
Gopher Line.
SAMUELS' INJURY SLIGHT}
Chicago Tilt Feared With Stagg
at Helm of Fighting
Midway Team.

vollowing the heavy work against
the strong Minnesota line, Coach
Kipke sent the Wolverine gridders
through a light workout last night
and promised a heavy session to-
day. Several bumps and. bruises
were limbered up, but the squad
.ts a whole with the exception of
Samuels came through without
any serious injury.
Opening the practice session with
a stiff round of calisthentics Kipke
then concentrated on signal drill
and the perfection of a few more
plays. Contrary to the general be-
lief the Michigan mentor is build-
ing for a tough team in the Ma-
roons when they invade the land
of the Wolverines.
Defense Weakens.
Stopping the rush of the Gophers
last week the Wolves proved that
they are capable of flashes of ex-
cellent defense, but at times they
show lack of coordination that
might be fatal in the wrong mo-
ment and the Chicago team is far
from a set up. When they led Pur-
due for an entire half, and that
for the most part against the regu-
lar lineup, they proved that they
might throw a surprise in any
game.
Drilling on the
most effect~iPe
neans of scoring
from r u n n i ng
lays will be the
ask of the Maize
id Blue grid-
lers this week in
>rder to prove
hat the passing
,ame is not the
>nly one the
Wolves rely on.
Tom Samuels. As t h e biggest
share of the scoring to date has
been on their aerial attack the
potential Big Ten Champions will
have to show more plunging power.
Seek Scoring Punch.
Harry Kipke plans -no let up of
work this week and to quote his
theory, "A team that lays down
when they are on the top is easier
to beat than one that has been
fighting on the bottom all season."
With this in mind and the fact that,
the 85 year old veteran grid coach
Stagg is at the helm of the Ma-
roons, the Michigan pigskin toters,
will spend the week in a concen-
trated effort to build more scoring
punch and to eliminate the occa-
sional defensive weakness.
Samuels will return to the fold
in perfect shape soon and the restI
of the squad lost most of the stiff-j

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G1 TEN STANI)INGS.
SWon Lost Tied Pet.
N tstern .5 0 0 1.000
chian. 4 0 0 1.000
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. 12 3 .333
S1 2 1 .333
1 2 1 .333
Si 8 0 .20
0 3 0 .00i
!n :n.......0 3 0 .000
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Victory over Yale would go a long way towards making what has up to 1sw been a disastroas season at Har ard a ,successfl one. Every
year this traditional game is one of the best in cast( 'n gridiron circles, a nd this seasonii i s a potentially powerful Crimson team trying to
overcome a mighty Yale eleven. Barry Wood and E: 1 Ls are two of H arvard's mai hopes to upset the Bulldogs, while the sensational Albie
Booth and Joe Crowley are the Blue mainstays to criush Coach Horwee n's eleven.

WN TITLE HONORS,
Washington State E.leven Downs
Huskies; Colorado Bows
to Indians' Attack.
FORDHAM, OREGON FALL

rnUpsets and crushing triumphs
combined last Saturday to give the
y ~ country's football followers a day
replete with thrills while several
teams were vainly striving to pre-
'~aC I vent their title hopes from fading
and two other powerful major
- elevens were emerging victorious
~nna Team Picked to Capture with the championship laurels of
Conference Meet at Urbana their respective Confrences. These
two were Washington State and
on Saturday. Utah, the C o u g a r s becoming
-champions in the Pacific Coast
With the last week of cross coun- Conference and the Indians carry-
try for 1930 at, han, Coach Hoyt ing off the title honors in the
is directing his eflorts to getting the Rocky Mountain circuit for the
I-Aichigan harriers inlo shape for third time in as many years.
Maskell Kicks Goal.
te Conferenc2 meet to be held at A field goal by Maskell, brilliant
Urbana this Saturcda. and flashy Cougar, Irom the 38-
Indiana is favored to run off yard line in the first two minutes
with the honors by virtue of previ- of play gave the decision and the
cus performances turned in this championship to t h e powerful
year. In last year's meet the Washington State aggregation in a
Hoosiers were the victors, and their game with Washington University
present team looks as good as the that ended, 3-0, against the Hus-
1929 aggregation. Brocksmith and kies. The victors can boast a sea-
Lees are two of the best cross coun- son of triumphs in which they de-
try men in the Big Ten and are feated major teams that are con-
counted on to finish well up among sidered among the nation's best,
the leaders. Last spring Brocksmith the most colorful and glorious win
won the two-mile run in the Con- being their victory over the South-
ference track meet. ern California eleven which is rated
Finishing in the runner up posi- as one of the greatest scoring com-
tion should be Wisconsin. The binations of the -year, recently
Badgers have a wonderful team crushing California before a Tro-
this fall, having won all their jan avalanche that netted 74 points
meets, and should extend the Hoos- to none for the Golden Bears.
iers in their quest for the title. Utah Record Falls.
Judging by past performances Illi- In the other tilt which settled a
nois looks like the likely third championship,Ut h buried Colo-
place finishers, especially if it does rado under a 34- count, to stamp
as good as in the triangular meet themselves worthy of the honors
with Michigan and Ohio, in which bestowed upon them. The Utah
it had a total of 24 points to Ohio's victories include seven clashes in
50 and Michigan's 53. which their opponents scored only
Austin, the veteran Wolverine 20 points to the champions' 300.
long distance star, has beaten all The teams suffering at the hands
if the outstanding runners in the of Utah were: Nevada, Wyoming,
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VARSITY IA lKM[

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HARRIERS TO RUN
SIN 1'MUKAL EVENT
Large Entry List to Compete i

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Bob
of.
Incl
formes
pete i
ming
Walke
Walke
team
remem
finish
last yE
gan to
the m
meet.
The
stars c
gradua
test to
such s

Iby Joe Russell.
Walker Included in List Although Northwestern's Wilcats
are now leading the Western Con-
Former National Champs ference in battles won with five
to Meet Varsity. to their credit, Michigan will in all
probability pull up even with them
uded among the galaxy of after the game with Chicago this
r U. of M.-stars who will corn- week. Both the Purple and the
n the Alumni-Varsity swim- Wolverines have been undefeated
meet Friday night is Bob in the Big Ten this season, but
r, National sprint champion. Michigan has played only four
r, a member of the Michigan games to date.
for the last three years, is However, Northwestern has
abered chiefly for his great finished its schedule as far as
in the Northwestern meet the Conference is concerned,
ear when he enabled Michi- while Coach Kipke's Varsity
come from behind and cop has Coach Stagg's Maroons
edley relay and with it the slated for this Saturday. Chi-
cago has been trampled upon
Varsity ream with all of its by all three Big Ten teams it
of former years lost throegh has met, and on the basis of
ition will be put to a severe' these past figures should not
even hold their own against furnish enough opposition to
terling competition. worry about.

rather good about their season, but
Coach Kipke realizes that many a
championship aggregation has been
ruined by too much assurance, and
it may be assumed that he will
take every precaution to guard
against it.
Michigan started the season
as something of an unknown
quantity. Against the so-calied
practice opposition it showed
anything but power, ending
with the 0-0 tie with Michigan
State. After this disappoinin*
game, the Varsity set out in
earnest, to prepare for Purdue,
last year's champions, and re-
puted to have an even stronger
team this season. The result is
well known, Michigan 1i, Pur-
due 13. This game made Michi-
gan.

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First Meet of Season.
T h e Intramural department's
first freshman cross country meet
of the season will start at 4:30
o'clock this afternoon in front of
the stands at Ferry field. All en-
trants are required to have run
the course at least nine times pre-
vious to the final.
Freshmen numerals will be a-
warded to 13 of the finalists by
Coach Hornberger and the In-
tramural officials. Approximately
25 first-year men have signified
their intentions of competing. The
yearling harriers will be supervis-
ed by officials of the Intramural
department.

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From then on, the Wolves h4 ve

In addition to Walker there will
be Ault, Spindle, Walaitis, Watson,
Hubbell, and Goldsmith, all former
National champions, w i e 1 atk
Michigan, composing the Aiumni.
The meet will get under way att
about 7:30 o'clock in the Intram-
ural pool and will be free. 11

been unbeatable. True they have
If the team which won from shown nothing startling in the way
Minnesota, Purdue, and Harvard of an offensive, but the defense has
allows the Midway eleven to march been good enough to safely guard
off home with the game, there will the small leads the backs have ob-
be something radically wrong with tained. Fourteen points is the mo
that team. Overconfidence may do Michigan has gained in any one
it. True that the wearers of the game, but the one or two touch-
Maize and Blue have a right to feel (Continued or: Page Seven.)

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Badgers in the limbering up ses- club in the loop, w riz a un ch
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