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PAGE SIX

THE It lCHIGAN TAIL

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 20,' 1030.

THE MLCHIc~AN DAILY

P,,Iiysical ti Cl,: . 0

Tr1dders own reslan

Team ,14-7

LAST PERIOD RALLY
WINSCLOSEGYAME
First Tilt Between Traditional
Rivals Shows Flashy Grid
Tactics on Both Sides.
FAY'S PASS DECISIVE
Overcoming a seven point lead
with a flashy second-half aerial
attack which netted them two
touchdowns, the Physical Educa-
tion eleven defeated Ray Fisher's
freshmen team yesterday on Ferry
Field by a 14-7 score. The yearling
aggregation outplayed their oppon-
ents by a considerable margin in
the first half, but fell before their
rival'ssdevestating overhead game
in the second half.
Early in the opening period
Chapman blocked a freshmen punt
and recovered on the 25-yard line,
but the Physical Eds. lost their op-
portunity when Fay fumbled on a
smash through left guard. The
quarter ended as the yearlings re-
covered a poor kick by Heston on
the Physical Ed. 25-yard line. Af-'
ter iUhi ee unsuccessful attempts1
through the line the freshmen put I
a short lunt out of bounds on the
l'i-yard line.
Yeailing linemen broise through
and smothered Heston's attempted
punt, and the ball was recovered
on the 2-yard stripe. Everhardus
plunged through center on the
first play for a touchdown, andl
then converted for the extra point.
The Physical Eds. threatened near
the end of the half, but Stine-
spring intercepted a pass on the
freshmen 10-yard mark as the per-
iod ended.
The Physical Eds. began a de-
termiined passing attack with the
opening of the second half, and
carried the ball from their 23-yard
line to the yearling 25 only to see
Petoskey drop a pass when tackled,
the freshmen recovering. After an
exchange of kicks Rock tossed a
15-yard pass to Smith who ran the
remaining 20 yards for a touch-
down, Krause booting the extra I
point.
The Physical Eds. kicked off to
open the last quarter, but Kowa-
lak recovered a fumble on an at-
tempted line play on the yearling
38-yard stripe. The latter held
however and the Physical Eds. lost
the ball on downs. Fay then inter-
cepted a pass on the 43-yard line,
and ran to the 35 before being
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1930 CAPTAIN

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1929 CAPTAIN

PRE-CONFERENCE SWIMMING
SCHEDULE

BADGERS TO FACE

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Indianapolis-Nov. 29. . .There
Grand Rapids-Dec. 2. ...Here Final Game of Season Expected
FO A OO A [Cleveland-Dec. 12. ....There to be Bitter ~Contest.
tToronto-Dec. 13. .... ..There
Yearlings Work Chicago Passes
and Running Formations PHYSICAL ED-FRESHMAN MADISON, Wis., Nov. 19.-It will
Against Wolverines LINEUPS. be eleven cornered Badgers, with
A i W v nL E .backs to the wall, battling tooth
POINT TO HARD CLASH Physical Eds. Position Freshmen and nail for a victory over their
---- Petoskey ..,... L .. .,....Wistert oldest and most cherished rival,
Continuing with the heavy drill- Chapman .....LT........Austin when the University of Wisconsin
ing sessions yesterday coach Kipke Pontell ..... . ..LG .......Conover meets Minnesota at Camp Randall
sent the Michigan warriors against Kowalak........C.......Bernard
Saturday. Regardless of the out-
the passing attack as well as the O'Donnell .....RG .......Emeling
running plays of the Stagg coached Oakes.........RT........Cantril come of earlier gamesanddWis-
Maroons. Using a remnant of the Smith .........RE......... Stone consin has tasted bit er and disap-
Freshman squad to take the part Fay . . . . . . . . . . . QB.... Stinespring pointing defeat this season, as has
of the Chicago gridders an inten- Heston.....LII..., Everhardus Minnesota-the annual Gopher-
sive dummyscrimmage.proved that onard .........R H........vRenner Badger football game never fails to
the Wolves have a defense for .rause........F.. .. Ratterman develop a ba ttle wor th seing
anything that the Chi's have used-Wisconsin first met Minnesota at
this year. Seoe by Quarters:- football in 1890 and it was not Un-
Assuming that the last week of 1 2 3 4 Fin. Gil four years later that the Bad-
practice is the best time to impress Dick Spind h c Eds. ( 7 14 gets were able to eke out a vic-
the fundamentals of the game, the pysica s.tory, in that memorable game of
early part of the session saw the Leader of the 1929 Wolverine F"eshmen 0 7 ) 0 - 71894, by a score of G to 0. Since
Varsity swimming team and formerfie," tyhw =yeaex
Varsity ball toters working out on Touchdowns-Everhardus, Smith, then they have met every year cx-
the tackling dummy with all of the Big Ten back stroke champion, who and Petoskey. Points after touch- cept in 1906 when the Wisconsin
pep found at the first meeting of is returning to swim for the Mich- downs-- Everhardus, Fay, a n d faculty banned ail but minor foot-
the season. Tackling was drilled igan Alumni tomorrow night at i ball games, following the athletic
until each man showed the proper ir meet with the Varsity. upheaval in the Big Ten in 1905.
form and then blocking was in or- This year's game finds both the
for an thnrlocingwasinor<,r> !," ' ('s s)*I Badgers and Gophers-,both a bit
der with the backs receiving spe- ROOTERS CAPTURE NEW YORK -Indications that belowrsarnbutwapparentth abt
cial attention. OR AMA C TI below par but apparently of about
FaO'nDJsgnl/IlMASCOdm rank Wyckoff's new world record equal strength. Minnesota has lost
Lsateri the sigale drillgPiwnd of 9 2-5 in the i0-yd. dash would to Northwestern and Michigan, in
Auer and Morrison alternated atjSt. Marys Team Takes Ia eses be accepted were gi en vhem the the cnference, while Wisconsin
tthe pivot. Williamson appeared atk Back to Califm;. izark was favorea rlecen yby '' has bowed to Purdue and North-
the wing while Ilozer played oppo- -- (Am icanboaru. western.
site him. Many of the new plays sA "A'"iad ),
that were introduced this week NEW YORK, Nov: 19.-N t oniy
were used and several of the passes did the St. Mary's football lear
are used, Wheeler on the receiving hand Fordham U. its first defeat
end, with the hope that Jack will in 16 games, its first. overthrow . "a T ng
iget away for another long run a- since 1928, here last Saturday, batgantheMdytamtesalClioi, leps c-
gainst the Midway team, the small California college's con- Soc eaeshv
With all the comment and dope tingent which came east for theScotch grain leathers have always appealed
that has be-en stirred up ever theI game introduced samething" by way' to alen, and with good reason. Scotch -Lan-
game the Wolves are not of celebrating the victory which
allowed to forget that the Maroons beats goal-post lifting all hollow. ning methods put the greatest possible wear
are coached by one of the best The St. Mary's rooters kidnaped resistance into the fibre. The result is an
heads of the game and it has been the F'ordharn mascot, the brand iellete!orfl ndwne sric
I proven that Stagg usually has a new ram, Rameses IV, and the ideal leather for fall and witer service.
(Continued on Page 7) players are takin back by trcn p
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NEW P19kYS GIVEN
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Stoll Castle, and Berkowitz
to be in Against Strong
Wisconsin Eleven.
Several new plays were given to
the Junior Varsity team yesterday
by Coach Ray Courtright as the
Wolverine Cubs prepared for their
game with the Wisconsin "B" team
next Saturday on Ferry Field.
Michigan's hopes were given a
boost when it was found that Ber-
kowitz, regular fullback of the
team, would play with the Jayvees
in the Badger game. Berkowitz did
not make the trip to Kalamazoo
with the squad last Saturday, and
for time it was feared that he
would not be in against the Wis-
consin team. The work of Stoll,
Castle, Shea, and Yost has also
been gratifying, with Stoll and
Castle almost certainties to see
much service in Saturday's contest.
Stoll and Castle were both sent
through a long place kicking drill
yesterday, with Stoll especially
looking good in this respect. Castle
is expected to bolster up the line
considerably against the onrushing
attack of the Badger backs, who
have not been stopped in any game
this season.

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Garnet Ault.
Who captained the Michigan
swimming team last season and
swam in the quarter mile free style
event, holding the Conference titlef
in that event, is also scheduled to
swim for the Alumni when they
meet the Varsity tomorrow night,
MacFarlane Predits
Abby Jones' Return
(By Associated Press)
NEW YORK, Nov. 19.--Willie
MacFarlane, the tall, slender Scotch
professional who once gave Bobby
Jones one of the most surprising
lickings of his golfing life, thinks
the chunky master of the links
will be back in action within three
or four years.
"Bobby will be back," he said,
"he loves competitive golf too well
to stay on the sidelines.

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