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THE MICHIGAN DAILY PA

Defense

Against

.._. . _

SOPHOMORE QUARTERBACK STARS
AS HIGHEST SCORER AT PURDUE

VARSITY TROUNCESH'
YEARLING HARRIER1S
C
Ostrander Wins Two-Mile Run;
1
Rod Howell Takes First
Among Freshmen. s
C
The freshman harrie s took a
15-40 beating from 'the Varsity yes-
terday afternoon in a two-mile
race. The course was run from the
Ferry field oval out around the Sta- t
dium and back. f
Ostrander of the Varsity won c
over the whole field of over forty {
harriers with a time of 11 minutes
and 11 seconds. Hill, Wolfe, Fitz-
gibbons and Bill Howell followed
him in closely. Rod Howell finished
only a pace behind his brother to
win over the rest of the freshman
group.
Field in Two Parts.
Potchynok, McMillan and Bos-
worth took second, third and fourth
places among the yearlings, finish-
ing tenth, eleventh and twelfth
respectively in the field as a whole.
The field was divided into two
groups. In the first ran the fresh-
men who had failed to place in any
of the preliminary runs during the
past few weeks. This division was
minutes over the group comprising
the Varsity and the pick of the
yearlings.
Marr Wins Handicap.
Carl Marr won in the handicap
field, turning in a time of twelve
minutes and twenty-seven seconds.
Ostrander, heading the s e c o n d
group, was not a minute behind
him.
The summary of the field that
started from scratch follows: 1.
Ostrander; 2. Hill; 3. Wolfe; 4.
Fitzgibbons; 5. Bill Howell; 6. Rod
Howell (freshman); 7. McManus;
8. Braden; 9. Potchynok (fresh-
man); 10. McMillan (freshman);
11. Bosworth (freshman).
Slim Morton, Georgia Tech tackle,
is earning his way through school
driving a taxicab in the evening.
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NEW MEN EXPECTED TO WIN BERTH
IN PLAYOFFS FOR DETROIT SEXTET

ana game.
LaJeunesse Still Out.
La Jeunesse, who will in all prob-
ability be out of the Hoosier con-
test because of a sprained ankle
received in the Princeton encoun-
ter, was on the field yesterday
watching practice and his sprain
-seems to be getting along nicely.
Athough he claims he will be
ready for action on Saturday it is
not likely that he will be back in
the lineup before the Michigan
State game.
John Kowalik or Cecil Cantrill
will get the call for the guard berth
on Saturday. Both of them have
been working in that position in-
terchangably during the practices
so far this week.
Hoosiers Have Injuries.
Coach E.C. Hayes hopes to have
his Hoosiers back in tip top condi-
tion for the encounter, Rehm, Ra-
cher, Lyons and Zeller were handi-
capped by injuries last week which
slowed them down considerably
against Ohio State.
Michigan will be up against a
team that is composed largely of
sophomores which started rather
weakly but which has been improv-
ing steadily as the season moves
on. Hayes uses the 'Warner system
of attack and the Wolves will have
to be in there fighting all the time
if they expect to hold the Hoosiers
back.
Jones at Full Back.
Indiana has a great full back in
Bob Jones. He is one of the best
distance punters in the game and
is a tower of strength- in smashing
the line. If Michigan is to get an
even break on the punts, the safety
man will have to run the ball back
a good distance. Jones is considered
by many as second only to Clarence
Munn of Minnesota among Big Ten
:fullbacks.

Paul Pardonner, signal caller for Noble Kizer's Purdue eleven, is
one of those highly touted sophomores that has succeeded in living up
to his advance press notices. Since turning out for the Boilermaker
team Paidonner has wonI his way to a regular berth at quarter, ankX
is at present in fourth Ollace in Western Conference scoring. His 16
joint total puts him only two points behind Fay, Cramer, and Manders.

EAST LANSING, Nov. 3. - (') -
The attention of Michigan State
football coaches today concentrat-
ed on Michigan with the reserves
assigned to the duty of taking over
the responsibility for the Ripon
game here next Saturday.
While the shock troopers Mon-
day were having their initial work-
out for the Ripon contest, Coach
James H. Crowley's "iron man"
eleven were enjoying the beginning
of a two-day vacation.

A team of yearling grid aspir-
ants so lowly that coaches, man-
agers, nor teammates could name
the lineup sort of gave the horse,
laugh to a bruising bunch of Jun-
ior Varsity gridders yesterday af-
ternoon in an impromtu scrimmage
in which the yearlings made the
huge B backs look silly as they lost
ground time after time in attempt-
ed bucks.
Neither team scored, but the
scrubs, making up a third eleven
from the big frosh squad, deserve a
moral victory for the way they
forced their opponents back almost
consistently; and then, just to
show how good they really were,
the youngsters took the offensive
to reel off a series of well-earned
first downs. Such was the force of
the yearling's drive that Singer, big
Jayvee guard, was thrown high in-
to the air over the line on one
charge.

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