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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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F esh:rr en

Jsing Bekeye Ply

UNABE TO REA
LATP AERPIAL ATC
(ipke Will Have All Regulars
Back in Lineup for Game
With Columbus Team.
HOZER BACK AT GUARD
A full week before one of the
tiffest games on the schedule
r'thout a real scrimmage session
eemed to be the lot of the Michi-
an Varsity this week, for at yes-
erday's session a snappy signal
rill and a mild setto with the
Sicked yearling squad running off
Suckeye plays was the order of the
ay. Kipke is taking no chances
n losing the services of" his regu-.
ors this Saturday.
It is almost certain that the
Maize and Blue will start the game
ith a lineup at its greatest
trenlgth. d-ozer was back in the
neup again yesterday for a time
4 was Newman, despite a notice-
ble limp, and Auer. Both Hozer
nd Auer were replaced for a time
y Kowalik and Douglass, but they
ill be in the starting lineup
galinst the Buckeyes.
Stop Buck Plays.
Usingthe fast reverse and run-
ing plays of the visitors, the frosh
lade very little impression on the
'rsty's forward wall. In fact af-
or reeling off several plays from
ae 20-yard line the yearlings
cund themselves back on their
wn goal line, such was the effec-
.veness of the Wolves' charge.
[ewitt looked great on his left
ank constantly breaking through
le interferance before it could
arm for the runner.
Fail to Stop Passes.
As far as a pass defense was con-
erned, however, the Varsity boys
>oked sort of sorry. The frosh
nmpleted several excellent tosses
nnediately under Heston and
ewian s respective noses. The
ack s just can't seem to cover their
rritory. .Morrison, playing de-
msive back, did a world of excell-'
at playing in stopping plays at the
It looks as though Michigan will
. able .to stop this much talked
i running attack of the Columbus
leven, and with the line charging
iith all the pep that it was yester-1
ay, it will take a fast breaking of-
mse to get under way before be-_
g smothered.
Hewitt Tried at Full. 4
Coach Kipke brought Bill Hewitt
round to defensive full back for a
ine, but it is probable that Capt.'
:udson will start in his customary
osition. The veteran end will be
ut a cat-in-the-bag if Kipke
'ants to fluster the Ohio offense a
it. Hewitt's passing and running
far from mediocre, but his great-
st service will be at his flank posi-
on.
With a probable team of Hewitt,
.uer, LaJeunesse, Morrison, Hozer,
amuels, Williamson, Newman, Fay,
[ston, and Hudson going on the
eld tomorrow, the opposing out-
ts will be fairly evenly matched
ith Michigai's line averaging
90 5-7 to 189 5-7 for the Bucks.
he backfields average 178 pounds
> the man.

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Ohio State Given
Edge on Michigan
Michigan Will Be at
Full Strength for Tilt

SAUCHUCK WILL CALL OUT

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SOPHOMORES

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By Sheldon C. Fullerton
With only one day remaining be-
fore the annual traditional battle
with Ohio State's eleven at the
stadium, the opinion that precedes
the Buckeye team up from Colum-
bus seems to indicate that in Ohio,
at least, the Scarlet a nd Gray rule
the favorite over the Wolverines.
Even t h o u g h Willaman's
charges were forced to bow to
Vanderbilt in their intersec-
tiopnal ga Me of last Saturday,
the Buckeyes served further
notice on the remainder of the
Conference that they will have
a high scoring cqmbination in
the field throughout the entire
year. Three touchdowns were
sent across the Southerners'
goal line in the final period,
and had the game lasted much
longer it is likely that the final
decision would have been re-
versed.
Never since the memorable con-
test of 1926, when Michigan nosed
out the Bucks, 17 to 16, has the
Ohio eleven displayed such a group
of powerful and dangerous backs
,as are listed on the .qu.sad this sea-
son. In the first game of the year,
a tune-up with Cincinnati, the
strong Scarlet and Gray backfield
tore off 10 touchdowns to score a
67-7 victory.
In Ann Arbor the ideas on
the game tend slightly the
other driection, with the ma-
jority of the fans of the opin-
ion that the Michigan aggre-
gation will do a comeback in
tomorrow's game. .While most
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Manqgers Club Paraddkds Famnied 'h' Club
in Sponsorihg Michigan Athletics.
By John Thomas. 1 honorary president; B. S. Sumipers,
John Sauchuck, manager of the of Detroit, president; W lter Em-
footbail team, said last night that mons, also of Detroit, vice-presi-
several second-semester freshmen dent; and T. Hawley Tapping, the
or sophomores could still find places secretary-treasurer since 1924.
as try-out managers on the foot- The purpose of this organization
ball team. The managers sit on the is to bring together the various mean
players bench during the games and who have managed the various
the assistant managers travel with teams and to further the cause of
the B team. - "a better Michigan. The Managers
In their junior year ithe try-outs club also maintains a fund, now
receive the rating of assistants. If nearly $1.030, called the Michigan
they a:°o not selected for the foot- Athletic Managers Loan fund which
ball post they receive minor-sport the University administers to its
managerships with the awards of worthy students.
sweaters, letters, buttons and the The oldest member of the organ-
right to belong to the Managers ization was the football manager in'
club. The managers make up the 1886. Since the club was founded it
under-committee of the Board in has had 100 per cent membership
Control of Athletics. of the graduating managers. The
Know the Team. Managers club cooperated with the
In their sophomore year the try- "M' club to publish the M ichigan
outs have an opportunity of learn- Athletic Review two years ago.

Will Play Ohio State Without
Services of Heston
and Re i e.r.
Michigan's jav-vee grid squad,
corprising twenty-two nen, is to
leave tonight for Columbus where
the "B" teams of the Maize and
Blue, and . boState wil clash to-
morrow. Work yesterday af ternoon
consisted of offensive drill against
a picked freshmand cefensive aggre-
gation. Without the services of W.
Heston and Renner, who wilU be
unable to make the trip ebcause of
injuries, the jay-vee machine lack-
ed punch against the yearlings.
Heston, scorer of two of the three
Michigan touchdowns against the
Western State team last Saturdlay,
gave drive to the offensive, while
Renner is the outstanding passer .of
the group. Schmidt seemed the only
back, yesterday afternoon, who
could make conisistent gains. The
probable starting lineup for the
Ohio game is as follows: Hazen and
Stone, ends; Damm, and Clohset,
tackles; Savage and Conover at the
.guard positions; Winston at center.;
Lindsey, quarterback; Brem:en and
Schmidt at the halfback posts and
Hayes as fullback.
Out of dne limelight into another.
Pepper Martin, World Series star of
the championship St. Louis Cardin-
als, is now before the public eye as
the headline attraction of a vaude-
ville show.

ing football from first-hand observ-
ation as they work with the coaches
and players. Because of this they
get to really know the personalities
that make possible athletics in
Michigan,
The managers are the Board of
Directors of the Athletic Association,
while they are undergradua-tes and
have the right to enter the famous
Managers club when they receive
their degree.
This organization was founded in
1923 and now has 203 active mem-
bers. The members of this .organiza"
tion have the same priviledges a
the members of the "M" club. The:
receive tickets to all Michigan hom
games free and have 50-yard line.
tickets for the games.
Meets Tomorrow.
The annual meeting of Managers
club will be held tomorrow as a
luncheon at the Michigan Union.
Election of officers for the coming
year is expected to be held. The
present officers are Charles Baird,

Now that Prmo Camera has ab-
sorbedareal licking in his first real
bout, that with Jack Sharkey, he
will probably be considered one of
the leading contenders for the
heavyweight title.
Paul Derringer lived up to his
reputation. It is the boast of the
Cardinal f'inger that every team he
ever pitched on was a pennant win-
ner.
Chicago has fallen in line with
;he new policy of home-grown
:oaches. All the football staff under
Alonzo Stagg are graduates of the
Maroon and White University.

Wolverine sophomore lineman from Chicago who along with Douglas.
has been the leading candidate for utility guard roles LtSif 4l, Kowalik
is slated to start at guard against the Buckeyes ,this atnray -in dace
of Hozer who has been recovering from an anikle ix4jury. Iis nwewcomer
to Kipke's eleven is equally good at either gurd or;tackle.. 1

I H OLLOWE'EN PAR~TIES
Turkey gobblers, orange ice pumpkins, ,wis, brownies, ear
of corn, and nmysterious witches.
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GAR WOOD TO TRY
FOR NEW RECORD
DETROIT, Oct. 15. - (P) - Gar
Wood has announced that he will
ship his Miss Americas VIII and IX
to New York, Oct. 20 for trial runs'
on the Harlem river, Oct. 25 sand a
possible attempt to break Kaye(
Don's wrld record of 110 miles an
hour. Miss America VTIII will carry
two new motors which Wood had{
expected to have ready for the-
recent Harmsworth race.
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Matheson Will Coach
Chicago Hockey Club
CHICAGO, Oct. 15.-(IP)-Godfrey
A. Matheson, of Winnipeg, Man.,
former hockey coach at St. John's
(Canada) .and the University of
Manitoba, has been appointed as
coach of the Chicago Blackhawks
of the National hockey league.
'The H3awks will do their training
in Pittsburgh, and the firstrsquad
of 13 men left Chicago last night
to report to the new coach.

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