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For Chicago


Dummy Drill Against Freshman
Eleven Proves Necessity
for Pass Defense.


Although the general concensus
of opinion on the campus seems to
be in favor of an overwhelming
Michigan victory in the coming
battle with Chicago on Saturday
afternoon, t h e Michigan team,
fortunately, is not looking at the
game in this light. Yesterday's
practice, a strenuous drill in both
offensive and cuefensive tactics,
proved conclusively that Coach
Harry Kipke has the team keyed up'
for the battle and that the Wolver-
ines will not enter the game with
an over-confident attitude.
Perhaps the worse fate that could
befall a championship bound eleven
at this stage of the race would be
an attack of over-confidence, for
a team suffering from that attitude
can fall faster than a team that
has been downtrodden all season.
'St. Mary's victory over Fordham
last Saturday proved this to be a
fact, and the Michigan coaches are
guarding against such an occur-
Chicago Passes Dangerous.
Yesterday's drill showed that the
Michigan team must work hard
if it wants to stop the Maroons'
aerial attack next Saturday. A'
freshman t e a m, using MaroonI
plays, was able to complete several
passes against the first string teamj
that, in a game, would possibly
have spelled touchdowns. Later in
the drill the ,Wolverines were
knocking down or intercepting
their share of the heavies, but
even then the yearlings managed
to complete several at intervals.
The Varsity also got a look at
the Chicago running attack, which
is built around Coach Stagg's fa-
mous experiment, the flanker play.
This certain formation requires a
pair of highly capable ends, and
if the Wolverines can take out
these two men they should succeed
in stopping this mode of attack.
Offence Seems Strong.
Before the defensive work against
a yearling eleven, the Wolverines
had spent a long time in an offen-
sive drills in running that will be
(Continued on Page 7)


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New Men Will Build upaReserve
Power of Junior Varsity
for Wisconsin Game.
Most of the Junior Varsity prac-
tice session yesterday afternoon
was spent in working the new men
drafted from the "A" squad intoj
the "B" formation. Coaches Court-I
right and Keen, working with two,
groups on passing and blocking,j
tried out Stoll, Yost, Shea, and
Castle in the positions that they
are expected to bolster for the com-
ing game with Wisconsin this week.
In the passing drill Stoll was
hitting the mark with his passes
quite regularly, but he and Yost did
not appear to be enough better
than the regular backs that Court-
right has been using to replace
them Saturday. This new blood will
probably be held as a reserve to
spring on the Badger Cubs if the
battle gets too tough, and there is
plenty of reason to believe that the
Wisconsin gridders will tax the
Michigan Juniors.
Stoll May See Service.
Shea as an end does not seem
liable to replace either Bovard or
justice, but the "B" team mentor
inay use Stoll as a flanker in place
cf one or other for part of the
time. Judging from the workout
yesterday, "Tiny" Castle is the best
of the added material for theI
Junior Varsity, and his weight and
ability would fortify the Cub line
considerably. The Wolverine line
has been good this season but they
need any extra material that they
can pick up to meet the driving
attack of the Wisconsin "B's."
Backfield Remains the Same.
The squad has not lost any of
its regular men by injuries and it
will be ready to put a strong front
to the invaders as soon as they have
mastered the new plays that the
coach has doped out for them.
Lindsay and Podlewski are showing
a good offensive and the drilling
power of Berkowitz at fullback
should make the Wisconsin game
hard-fought and close. There is
also Bremen who gallops nicely at
times and can usually be relied
upon for kicks that might mean
a final score in favor of Michigan.
Wisconsin brings the strongest
team yet to meet the Cubs,

New fencing equipment is to
be received, Coach Johnston an-
nounced last night. The Board
in Control of Athletics has
bought a new set of foils, mucii
lighter than the old ones, which
will be used for competition ex-
This year's schedule will be an-
nounced after the Western Con-
ference meeting in Chicago,
Dec 4, 5, and 6. The Varsity
squad is weak in epee and foil
division but especially strong in
the saber department with Cap-
tain Robert Gordon, DeStafano,
Ide, Edleman, Bourland, and
Balch in this clas<;. Lovell, who
recently joined the squad, will
help the foil department. Free-
nan, number 1 man, and Ma-
dera, whose elegibility is still
questioned are the other men in
this division. Only Reichart and
Winig are registered under epee
but Coach Johnston will transfer
other men to this department.
Coach Lowery Calls First Drill
for Monday Night; Has
ea of Material.
. With the first practice scheduled
for Monday night, prospects for a
championship :uck team at Mich-
igan in the coming campaign look
exceptionally bright. Coach Low-
ery has a wvalth of experienced
material to work with, and his
team should repeat its pertormance
of last year I
Four v e e r a n s - Tompkins,
Schlanderer, Courtis, and Langen-
head the list of candidates. Be-
sides these men Lowery has some
extraordinary pucksters in Reid,
Crossman, Williams, and Sindle:
and there are four or five other
likely looking prospects who are
expected to make a real bid for the
Last winter the Wolverines de-
veloped from a squad of doubtful
possibilities into a team which cap-
tured the ice hockey championship
of the Western Conference. In ad-
(Continued on Page Seven.)


Alumni and Varsity swirmers
are scheduled to open the Michi-
gan tank season at 7:30 o'clock
Friday night in the Intramural
pool with both squads presenting
a galaxy of stars well qualified to
put up a stiff battle for honors in
all events. Coach Matt Mann's
Wolverines, however, will have a
slight edge due to being in better
condition than the Alumni as a re-
sult of strenuous training for the
past few weeks.
Captain Valentine a n d Ivan
Smith are the only two regulars
back from last season's crack team
that swept everything in the Con-
ference until the champion North-
western swimming aggregation
grabbed off first honors in the all
Conference meet after bowing to
the Wolverines in a dual meet.
Sophomores Fill in Squad.
Last year's Freshman squad is
expected to come through with the
necessary form to aid Coach-Mann
in molding a team equally as good
as that of 1930 which was consid-
ered second in the country, gain-
ing eight places on the Inter-col-
legiate all American- team, being
second only to the mighty Yale
A crack 200-yard relay team will
swim for the Maize and Blue and
will be chosen from the wealth of
sprinters on the squad including
Ladd, Smith, Fenske, Klintworth,
Marcus, Kennedy, and Schmieler.
The entries in the 50-yard dash
and 100-yard dash will be taken
from this group' also, with Smith
and Ladd in all probability drawing
the assignment for the century.
Breast Strokers Strong.
In the breast stroke, event the
Wolverines have a trio consisting
of Schmieler, Lemak, and Miller,
any one of whom may be relied
upon to gain points for the Varsity.
Captain Valentine and Meigs will
team up for the back stroke event.
Kennedy, Ladd, and Morgan are
the fastest distance men and two
of them will be chosen to do the
grueling 440 yard swim. Raike, a
veteran, will be paired up with
Fenske to show their wares in the
diving events.

Both Squads Boast Swim Stars;
Varsity Has Advantage
of Training.


Diiffrenes (f thYe'G yars stand-
ink have been put asidc and the
'-Cadets will again meet he' Mid -
Sedies.eThergm ii t te1Army
b = - 4 grcund-g aining b~ack~s Stecker and

by Joe Russell.
One of the most talked of itemsI

at news of the day is the action of
the authorities at Notre Dame in
requesting Joe Savoldi to present
his resignation. With one of the
two hardest games of the year fac-
ing the Irish this week-end at
Evanston the attitude of the Notre
Dame officials is all the more sur-
prising and commendable.1
Savoldi was one of the out-
st an d in g fullbacks in the
country and an almost sure
All-American choice, and his
presence in the Rambler line-
up would have been a great
help in the Northwestern game.
However, ."Moon" .M u11in s,
Rockne's second string fullback
is only a step behind the Three
Oaks crusher in football bril-

Herb, against such favorites asE
- Byng, end, and Gannon, a slashing
liance, and should be able to back.
fill out the backfield withoutI
much difficulty. 'HOYT WILL TAKE
Mullins was the Varsity fullbackT
last season until Savoldi almost SUAD TO URBANA
single handed defeated Wisconsin, --a
but even with this recommendation Six Michigan Varsity harriers
he could not keep his place against will make the trip to Urbana to-
the terrific smashes of Savoldi. mrrow afternoon when Coach
Northwestern will prove the acid'Chuck Hoyt leaves with the squad
test for Mullins, however, and if for the Annual Western Conference
he can stand up under the batter- cross country meet. Handicapped
he is almost sure to receive at ibbecause of an injury to Capt. Fitz-
the hands of the Conferenceteam, gibbons' knee, the squad has suf-
he will indeed be a fit successortofered several setbacks.
the giant Italian fAustin, Michigan's ranking har-
rier, is counted to be up among
This game between North- the leaders in the Conference meet,
western and Notre Dame will however, for he is one of the best
hold the attention of the entire in the Big Ten. Others who will
nation this week. Both unde- make the trip include Wolfe, How-
feated and untied, the two ell, Hill, Feustal, and either Fitz-
(Continued on Page 7) gibbons or Crawford.


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