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rTHE MICHIGAN DAILY

irriers to Run Against Strong

Ypsi Team

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JURONS TO RENEW
]LO RIVALRY WITH

Varsity
Leads Harriers Today

Stresses
I O HALTS SCRIMMAGE

Defense

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Illinois

Aerial

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B' OFFENSE CLICKS!
AGISYERIG

Freshman Teams

ALL-CAMPUS GOLF COMPETITION
NEARS QUARTER-FINAL ROUN

Boast Two Successive Wins Over
Wolverines; Hold Two 1930
Championships.
YPSI LOSES ARNOLD
Hoyt to Enter Teams of 9 Men;
Rate Above 1930 Harriers
for Speed, Endurance.
A team of nine crack distance
runners will take the track here
this afternoon to again renew a
spirited rivalry with the Michigan
State Normal harriers from Ypsi-
lanti, a team which holds the Mich-
igan and Central Interscholastic
cross-country championships for
last season. This same institution
has twice in the past two years run
the Wolverine harriers into the
dust at the finish, and once again
they came here with a team which;
is said to equal that of last season
in speed and endurance. .
The run will start at 4:30 this af-
ternoon from the track in front of
the old Ferry field stands, the new,
run taking the harriers to the
south and over to the University
golf course and then back to the
Ferry fields track for the fintsh, a
total of three miles..
Hoyt Picks Starters. k
Coach Chuck Hoyt announced a
team of nine men yesterday who
are to be the Michigan entries. Led
by Capt. Wolfe, the team will be
approximately the same as that
which soundly defeated the Detroit
Y team here last Saturday, 16 to
46. Howell, Hill, and Fitzgibbons
who finished in that order last
week are counted on as the best
bets of the Michigan squad. Mc
Manus, Ostrander, Braden, Darrow,
sand Bedenick complete the entry
list.
The team that Hoyt is entering
today is far superior to that which
Michigan was able to put into the
field against the Hurons last sea-
son. Howell has developed into a
brilliant runner in the past year
and at present he is faster than the
inimitable ."Perry Austin was last
season. Hill, Fitzgibbons, and Aus-
tin. fnn ra, b..-wne.+atirngahrand,

Blocking and Tackling Receive
Considerable Attention in
Hard Workout.

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midt, Meldman, Miller Lind-
sey Tear off Good Gains
in Scrimmage.

Newman Returns to Quarterback
Post for Offensive Drill
Against Yearlings.

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WOL/ P.
Who will lead a fighting band of
Wolverine cross country runners
against the strong Michigan Nor-
mal team, State intercollegiate
champions, here this afternoon.
Michigan will try to 'apture its
first win in three starts against the
neighboring school.
Illini Are Pointing
for Michigan Game;
Berry at Quarter
(Specal to The Daily),
URBANNA, Ill., Oct.21.-For the
seventeenth time since 1898, the
football rivalry between Michigan,
and Illinois will be renewed Satur-
day, with the Wolverines appearing
here for the homecoming game.
The contest offers Bob Zuppke
a chance to even the games won
and lost with the only team which
holds a series edge since he started
coaching Illini squads 19 years ago.'
Michigan has not won at Illinois
in its last two trips, but it holds
an 11 to 5 edge for all-time com-
petition with Illini elevens, and the
score stands 6 to 5 since Zuppke's
reign.
To balance the record, Illinois'
reorganized team of youngsters
must defeat an eleven which con-
tains many of the veterans who
aided Michigan in gaining the co-
championship of the Big Ten last

Far from being satisfied with the
caliber of the blocking and charg-
ing exhibited by his charges in
ea.rly season' games, Coach Harry
Kipke, yesterday, gave the major
part of his attention to these fun-
damentals. Fearful of further in-
juring his men, he elected to dis-"
pense with scrimmage for the day.
Blocking Drill Last Hour.
The blocking drill lasted nearly
an hour, with Everhardus, New-
man, and Hewitt receiving the
greatest attention. Director Yost
was on hand and assisted Wally
Weber in ironing out the various
weaknesses displayed.
The entire team participated in
a long, hard tackling session. Two
Varsity tacklers were sent against
a lone yearling runner and al-
though a few managed to slip
through, the results of the drill
were satisfactory.
The linemen came in for their
share of attention, also, being sent
through a strenuous charging and
blocking workout.
Illini Have Strong Air Attack.
Having advance information that
the Illini have built up a~ strong
aerial game Kipke used a backfield
composed of Everhardus, Cox, De-
Baker and Tessmer in a long de-
fensive drill against the Indian
pass plays. At the same time that
this workout was going on the reg-
ular Varsity line-up were brushing
upon their offensive tactics. Hewitt,
Heston, Fay and Newman composed
the backfield.
The kicking forces of the Maize
and Blue were mobilized for an in-
tensive practice, also. Heston,
Everhardus, and Tessmer received
some attention at punting, while
the ends were sent down to cover
the receiver.
Coach Crowley is developing a
pass attack around Bob Monnett
at the receiving end.

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Coach Courtright's jayvee aggre-
gation underwent a bruising offen-
sive scrimmage session yesterday
afternoon on Ferry field when they
tackled a strong yearling defensive
team. '
Getting the offense to click
would seem to be the major prob-
lem facing Coach Courtright in
preparing the squad for the game
here next Saturday. The jayvees
were held on downs by Ohio last
Saturday every time they pulled
into scoring range.'
Meldman, a plunging fullback,
and the "find" of the week, played
well against the determined fresh-
men, who held the B machine well
in check for the first ten minutes.
Then the new plays began to click,
and Schmidt, Miller, and Lindsey,
comprising the rest of the 'back-
field, got off for good gains.
The yearling defense, it should
be emphasized here, was no set-up,
for the freshmen were in there
scrapping. In fact, the freshmen
were outcharging the jayvees in
the line for part of the struggle.
Also, the plebe line was strength-
ened by fresh material at every
sign of -weakening.

Used in Practice,
Developvarsity
The yearling football charges of
Coach Fisher, after several weeks1
of coaching in fundamentals, as
well as the plays of Chicago and
Ohio State are really starting to
render valuable service to the men-;
tors of a varsity squad which, once1
defeated, is striving hard to stage
a comeback.
Varsity tackling, blocking, and
line charging has . been woefully
weak, and the coaches have been
drilling the squad to offset these
defects. But when it comes to a
necessity of having real live scrap-
py opponents, it is the freshmen
who get the call.
Few who saw the determined
stand made by the frosh defensive
team against the jayvee offensive1
machine can fail to realize that
they are really giving the upper-
classmen far more than just dum-
my opposition. The men of '35 dis-
played .fine spirit, and they were
out there as one yearling expressed
it from the sidelines, "To make the
B team look like a bunch of mugs."
Over on the varsity field, a group
of freshman balltoters tried to run
through two first-team tacklers
without interference, and occasion-
ally one of them would break away
nicely, showing a pair of educated
heels to the would-be tacklers.
Freshmen were used in blocking
drill yesterday.

All-Campus golf competition of
the second and third flight is rap-
idly getting into the quarter-finals.
Four men in the second and three
in the third are already this*far
advanced.
In the second flight on the con-
solation side Kitch is in the quar-
ters and will play the winner of
Kelley and Reindel, while Gross
awaits the outcome of the Bunt-
ing-Gustin 'match. On the other
side of the double-elimination meet
Thayer rests in the quarters card-
ed to play the winner of Senior vs.
Fryer; and Gluch in like ,manner
draws his next opponent from the
Williamson-Pratt pairing.
Speedbali Hindered by Rushing.
In the third flight Furst and
Koch are ready for their quarter-
final match, while Wellman will
draw his from the winner of Pond
and Shetter. Three men are al-

ready on the consolation side. D
defeated by Wellman, Muzzy
Furst, and Cowan by Koch.
Competition in inter-fraterr
speedball is moving along muc
planned by the Intramural auth
ities, but this week there has b
a certain amount of conflict w
Open House activities.
Fewer Forfeits Recorded.
As a general rule the houses v
such c o nfl icts have arrar
through the Department for fu
dates, if not this week somel
next. The Intramural program
permit this elasticity and plan
record no forfeits when the athl
managers cooperate in this m
net.
The forfeit fee required in e
event has already materially a
the Department by enabling t
to keep the fields in play at
times with all officials in act

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tin, Lao, are UoZUnunJLiauL £ ,u (a. u yeS
of running which looks well for the year.
Maize and Blue in the coming
meets.
Ypsi Has Strong Team.
Ypsilanti will be able to put a
contingent of runners on the track
today that should equal in perfor-
mance that of last season, for most
of the runners are veterans of last
year. A serious blow to the Hurons
will be the loss of Arnold, brilliant
all-around star who was injured
seriously in an auto accident last
spring. Arnold placed first here in
the last meet.

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