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DIMINUTIVE BACK
OF JAYVEE SQUAD

tinespring, W. Heston, Renner
Lost to Juniors Through
Injuries.
TEAMS RATED EVEN
indsay Slated for Quarterback
Post; Schmidt to Fill
Fullback Berth.
While the Michigan Varsity is
itertaining Ohio State's regulars
day, the junior varsity team will
urney to Columbus to do battle
ith the Buckeye seconds in their
vn lair. Twenty-one men left
st night with Coach Courtright
ir the annual affair with the tra-
.tional foe.
Last minute announcement yes-
rday made it clear that the serv-
es of Stinespring, Willie Heston,
nd Renner would be lost to the-
tuad this week-end due to injur-
s. They will not make the trip.
Injuries Hurt Wolves.
While .Courtright will not have
squad equaling in strength that
hich upset Western State here
£st Saturday, 19-0, he will have a
tuch snappier selection of grid
ten than the team which battled
he Bucks to a scoreless tie last
ear on the Ferry field gridiron
uring a raging snow storm. Kipke
keeping the best/talent here in
he 36 men he has selected to adorn
he Stadium benches. Ohio State
B's" had the misfortune, but not,
ny attached discredit, of dropping
heir opening game to Michigan
'ormal last week, 27-0.
Lindsay will be given the job of
iloting the team today in an effort
o turn in a win. He will receive
ble support in the back field from
remen and Hayes at the halves
nd Herb Schmidt at full.
Savage, Conover at Guards.
The probable Lineup along the
orward wall will include Kelley
nd Stone on the flanks, Clohset
nd Damm at the tackles, with
onover and Savage in the guard
ositions. Winston, will handle the

a who are making the
Shick, center; Sikken-
.dman, guards; Miller,
nd MaGuire, tackles;
Hazen, ends; Childs;

Although the Buckeye took a
beating from the Ypsi team, they
will be no such pushover for the
Maize and Blue youngsters. As far
as all advance dope is concerned,
the two elevens appear to be on a
par as far as actual strength is
concerned. The two lines match up
fairly even as to weight and both
have power in the backfield.
Schmidt Highly Rated.
Schmidt, the Michigan fullback,
should add several good gains' to
the Wolves' total yardage before
the game is over. He showed to ad-
vantage in the Mt. Pleasant game,
scoring one touchdown, despite his
habit of carrying the ball directly
in front of him in such a manner
that opposing backs can easily re-
move the, ball.
CRUCIAL CONTESTS
FEATURE GRID CARD
Expect Harvard-Army to Wage)
Great Aerial Duel; Notre
Dame Meets Drake.

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Harry Stinespring, tiny backfield
threat of the Michigan jayvees,
whose injuries will keep him out of
the game with Ohio State reserves
at Columbus, although he may
make the trip with his teammates.
WILDCAT, HIAG
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TACKLE OUSIER
Northwestern Plays California,
Maroons to Meet Yale
at Chicago.
Chicago will be the scene of two
intersectional grid classics this af-
ternoon when its two representa-
tives, Northwestern and the Ma-
roons, in the Big Ten play host to
both the east and far west. Coach
Dick Hanley's Wildcats will meet
the University of California at Los
Angeles in Dyche stadium, while
Stagg's team will encounter Yale
on the Midway.
The University of Wisconsin will
engage Noble Kizer's Purdue eleven
in Madison in one of the two Con-
ference contests outside of the
Wolverine-Buckeye battle. Indiana
wilf oppose the University of Iowa
at Iowa City in the other all Big
Ten game. Bob Zuppks Illini will
have an easy day meeting Bradley
on the Urbana field. Minnesota is
the only member of the Conference
having an open date.
Chicago Optimistic.
A spirit, of optimism prevails on
the Chicago campus, according to
press dispatches. On edge for the
game, Chicago, by holding Michi-
gan to a 13 to 7 score here last Sat-
urday, is confident that the Mid-
west will add another Eastern rival
to its list. A large part of the en-
thusiasm is due to the new plays
which Stagg has handed out in-
volving a strong passing attack.
University of California at Los
Angeles will have one of the
strongest elevens in its history
when it makes its first eastern ap-
pearance. The game wltn the Bru-
ins is also the first encounter of the
Wildcats with a Pacific coast con-
ference team. U. C. L. A. has a
strong aggregation boasting a first
string line which is almost an equal
With Northwestern's in weight, but
which will undoubtedly not meas-
ure up to the Purple in reserve
strength. Hanley intends to start
his regulars today, using the same
lineup with one exception which
opened against .Notre Dame last
week. Manske will be the excep-
tion, starting at left end.
Shower of Passes.
Purdue will use more forward
passes against the Badgers than it
has done for a considerable time.
The Boilermakers favor the passing
attack against any foe, but today
they will be trying more heaves
than ever because Purdue scouts
report that Wisconsin is exception-
ally weak on pass defense. How-
ever, Coach Thistlewaite has been
turning most of his attention dur-
ing the past week to this weakness
of the Badgers, and when Purdue
unloosens its pass attack it may
find things quite changed from a
week ago.

DETROIT Y.M.C.A.
~IS FIRSTOPPONENT
Victory Expected in First Cross
Country Meet of Season;
Veterans Return.
Schedule of Season Includes Five
Meets; Three Big Ten
Opponents.
Michigan's second intercollegiate
sport of the year will officially open
today when the Detroit Y. M. C.
A.'s cross-country runners invade
Ferry field to race Chuck Hoyt's
varsity team. The contest will be-
gin at eleven o'clock this morning
at Ferry field and will be run over
the three-mile course laid out last
year, but ending at Ferry field
again instead of the University1
golf course. In spite of the foot-
ball game in the afternoon, a crowd
is expected to be on hand for the
start and for the finish.
. Last Year's Men Return.
Little is known here of the abil-
ity of the Detroit team, but Coach
Hoyt has taken no chances and will
put out a group of men capable of
winning against strong opposition.
More than half of the team is com-
posed of returning harriers who
ran last season in the strong team
that gave Michigan State its first
cross-country defeat in four years
in the second meet of the year, af-
ter losing to the more powerful and
undefeated .Ypsilanti team by a
close score.
Men who will run for Michigan
are Wolfe, Howell, Hill, Fitzgibbons,
McManus, Braden, Darrow, Beden-
ik and Ostrander. A sore ankle has
been bothering Ostrander several
days and if it is not improved he
may be kept out of the run. DEA
troit will be represented by a smal-
ler squad of seven men, Lewis, Mon-
roe, Wahrle, Steinborn, White, Kel-
ley and Miller. S. J. Farrell will
be referee and starter, F. E. Mc-
Caffree will be timer, Ken Doherty
scorer and H. C. Carver judge of
finish.
Five Meets to Follow.
Next Thursday willbe 'the date
of the next cross-country meet
when Michigan State Normal will
come in an effort to defeat the Var-
sity for the third successive year.
Michigan State college will be the
scene, of the next run October 31,
followed by Ohio and IIllinois here
on November 7, Wisconsin at Madi-
son on November 14, and the West-
ern Conference meet at Iowa City
the twenty-first.
* STURHDAY'S
GRID GAMES
West.
Michigan vs. Ohio St., Ann Arbor.
Mich. State vs. Ill. Wes., Lansing.
Notre Dame vs. Drake, So. Bend.
N'western vs. U. C. L. A. Evanston.
Chicago vs. Yale, Chicago.
Illinois vs. Bradley, Urbana.
Wisconsin vs. Purdue, Madison.
Iowa vs. Indiana, Iowa City.
East.
Cornell vs. Princeton, Ithaca.
Columbia vs. Dartmouth, N. Y.
Brown vs. Tufts, Providence.
Fordham vs. Holy Cross, N. Y.
N. Y. U. vs. Rutgers, New York.
Boston Coll vs. V. Nova, Boston.
Syracuse vs. Florida, Syracuse.
Penn. vs. Lehigh, Philadelphia.
Army vs. Harvard, West Point.
Navy vs. Delaware, Annapolis.

W. Maryland vs. W. & J., Hamil-
ton.
South.
W. Va. vs. W. & Lee, Charleston.
Ga. Tech. vs. Ala. Poly., Atlanta.
Texas vs. Oklahoma, Dallas.
Tulane vs. Vanderbilt, Nashville.
Tenn. vs. Alabama, Knoxville.'
Far West.
Olympia Club vs. S. Clara, San F.
S. Calif. vs. Oregon, Los Angeles.
Stanford vs. Ore. Agg., Palo Alto.
Washington vs. Idaho, Seattle.
Wash. State vs. Calif., Portland.
The Southern Michigan Hockey
League will probably remain as a
six-team circuit during the coming
season.
EN AVANT ever forward
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LINKSMEN ATTAIN
SEMI-FINAL ROUND
Two Yearlings, Two Freshmen
to Meet in Links Duels.
Match play in the championship
flight of the All-Campus Golf tour-
nament progressed yesterday to the
semi-final round, with O'Brien
defeating Dayton, eight and six.
for the opportunity of playing Russ
Oliver.
In the lower bracket of the con-
test, Fischer, a sophomore, and the
outstanding player of the campus,
is to meet Heiser in the other semi-
final match.
Fischer is the holder of the rec-
ord for the University course. Thus,
the next to the last round of the
tourney finds two sophomores,
Fischer and O'Brien, opposing two
freshmen, Oliver and Heiser, with
all indications pointing to closely
contested matches.

Although the St. Louis Cardinals,
who swept to their second consecu-
tive National League pennant last
season, possessed the outstanding
talent in the senior loop the teams
that followed the Red Birds were-
not devoid of good ball players.
The scrappy New York Giants
had a good year with Fred Fitz-
simmons, big pitcher enjoying a
winning season. Freddy Lindstrom
was sent to right-field and did
quite well while Johnny Vergez,
former Pacific Coast star, who re-
placed Lindstrom at the hot cor-
ner fielded capably but never
reached his full stride at bat. Rog-
ers Hornsby's ,Chmago Cubs boast-
ed a good pitching staff but the

Vergez, Coast Sensation,
to Find 'Batting Eye
With New York.

BRANDT, KLEIN, AND LINDSTROM
OUTSTANDING IN SENIOR CIRCUIT

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povvr.
At Brooklyn at veteran team fin-
ished in the first division after. a
poor start. O'Doul secured from
the Phillies during the winter was
slow in reaching his hitting ability
and Herman's slugging, though
hard' dropped off. Three veteran
pitchers: Shaute, Heimach, and
Quinn, trying for comebacks, had
a fair amount of success. The Phil-
adelphia Phillies uncovered a slug-
ging outfielder in Buzz Arlett, rook-
ie from the west and Chick Klein
hit as powerful as before. Jumbo
Elliott, big southpaw, worked hard
and won nearly twenty games.
The Pittsburgh Pirates and the
Cincinnati Reds were big disap-
ppoi tments. Silas Johnson, youth-
ful Redleg hurler, lost twenty
games to show promise.

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Prep School Pals
to Become Rivals
in Today's Conti
Two old friends will become
als this afternoon when the
verines face Ohio 'State. Tom
uels, veteran tackle of the I
and Blue's right forward wall
face his old friend and teams
Junius Ferrall. who this year
the gap at left end for State
vacant by All-American W
Fesler.
Samuels and Ferrall playe
the same side of the' line for
ton-McKinley high school d
two seasons. This afternoon,
a safe bet that old memori
shoulder-to shoulder line ph
preparatory school will be, fo
time, totally discarded, and
player will block, or perhaps t
the other just as hard as if
had never seen each other b

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Once again, this afternoon, old
sectional and intersectional rival-
ries will be resumed on college
gridirons throughout the country
With the early season pushovers
pretty well accounted for, the ma-
jor elevens of the country are turn-
ing to the more serious part of the
grid campaign.
.In the east, the Harvard-Army
game holds the spotlight of inter-
est in what is expected to be a
great aerial dual. Cornell is con-
ceded at least an even chance to
down the once defeated Princeton
Tiger. Dartmouth should have lit-
tle difficulty in disposing of Colum-
bia, while Brown, because of its
fine showing against Princeton lasL
week, has the dopesters vote in its
contest with Tufts. The Holy
Cross-Fordham game is about a
toss-up. Syracuse will be hosts to
the University of Florida in the
biggest intersectional duel on the
eastern card.
Two powerful machines repre-
senting Tulane and Vanderbilt will.
provide the feature contest on thej

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and Oregon. The Trojans after a
slow start found themselves last
Saturday and will be a hard team
for anyone to beat from now on.
Stanford will entertain the Oregon
Aggies, while the Golden Bears will
tackle the Washington State Hus-
kies. Washington should have lit-

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