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Hudson, Hewitt, Fay Favored
to Start, With Tessmer
Probability.
PRACTICE HELD INSIDE
Newman and Heston Certain
to See Action on
Saturday.
Because of a rare mixture of rain,
snow and high wind Coach, Harry
Kipke and his Wolverine gridiron
hopefuls were obliged to taper off'
4on their preparations for the Indi-
ana game within the confines of
the Yost Field House yesterday.
They were able to be outside long
enough for a short punting and
passing drill. All of the booters
came in for their share of atten-
tion. Heston, Eastman and Renner
comprised one group, while Tess-
mer, who seems to be improving
each day, andEverhardus were'
working for a short time in anoth-
er group.
Aerial Game Improves.
Newman, Fay, Tessmer and West-
over were on the receiving end with
the remainder of the squad cover-
ing the punts.
Kipke was greatly encouraged by
the improvement shown in the aer-
ial game. Whereas in Wednesday's
passing session the ends an backs
found it practically impossble to
glue their fingertips to the oval,
they were completing passes with
startling regularity in yesterday's
workout. Hewitt, Newman, Renner
and Hudson alternated at the
throwing end.
Works on Offense.
The usual signal driU and dum-
my scrimmage was on the boards
as "oon as the squad got inside of
the field house. At the present time
Kipke feels that his defense is pret-
ty well set,.so his efforts for the
past week have been toward polish-
ing up the offensive machinery
which he expects to throw against
the Hoosiers.
Indiana is famous ,for its strong
defensive teams and judging from
early s~ison reports this year is no'
exception. In the last two games,
those with Illinois and Princetgn,
the Wolverine attack gave promise
of developing some real power, but
there still are numerous rough
spots to be smoothed over.
Tessmer . May Start.
It is almost a certainty that
Hewitt, Hudson and Fay will start
in the backfield. At the present
. time it also looks as though Tess-
merwill get the signal calling as-
signment, because no one else in
this particular group is capable of
handling the punting duties. If
the opposition does not come up to
pre-game predictions it is entire-
ly possible that Kipke will exper-
iment further with various back-
field combinations. Newman and
Heston if no one else, are certain
to see some action.
TRYING FOR NEW MARK.
Capt. George Ellert, of Syracuse,
expects to better his record of 16
goals from placement made last
year.

MUST HALT HOOSIERS' DRIVE

FOR INDIANA TOOAY1
Courtright to Take Twenty-One
Men on Trip in Quest of
First Big Ten Win.
Michigan's junior varsity eleven
will be out for its first Big Ten vic-
tory of the season when it jour-
neys to Bloomington to encounter
the Indiana "s" team tomorrow.
A squad of 21 Wolverines will leave
Ann Arbor tonight, with Coach
Ray Courtright in charge.
The jayvees have had two weeks
in which to prepare for the Hoosier
contest and are ready to repeat
their victory of a year ago. Michi-
gan's second squad handed out a
surprise in that game by taking
the measure of the strong Hoosier
juniors, conference champions of
the previous season, by a 10 to 7
score.
Expects Rough Going.
Because of this surprise defeat
of a year ago on Ferry field and be-
cause the game is to be played
in Bloomington, it is expected that
he Wolverine contingent will find
some pretty rough going.
In the only other game played
this season with a Conference team,
Michigan's juniors fell before the
attack of Ohio State's reserves by
a count of 6 to 0.
Schmidt Out of Lineups.
Herb Schmidt, hard-driving full-
back, will be the only man missing
when the squad leaves tonight.
Schmidt was injured in the Olivet
game two weeks ago and has not1
recovered sufficiently to make the
jaunt. However, it appears that
his place will be capably filled by
Leonard Meldman, the made-over
guard, who, with only three days
of practice as a back field player
behind him, ripped the Olivet line
to pieces.
The probable Michigan lineup is
Horner, left end; McCrath, left
tackle; Savage, left guard; Win-
ston, center; Conover, right guard;
Clohset, right tackle; Stone, right
end; Lindsay, quarter; Miller left
half; McGuire, right half; and
Meldman, fullback. The other men
to make the trip are Shick, center;
Singer, guard; Damm, tackle; Kel-
ley, Hazen and Ellerby, ends; ands
Hayes, Bremen, Tillotson a n d
Stinespring, backs.
BEST CONFERENCE PUNTER.
Robert I. Jones, 6 foot Indiana
fullback, is considered one of the
best punters in the conference.

Local Boxers Leave
for Detroit Bouts
Jack Starwas and John Slater
will leave for Detroit today for
the amateur bouts at the Olym-
pia tonight. Starwas has been
training for the last six weeks
for the fight and expects to
enter the ring in prime condi-
tion.
Coach Let Philbin, of the box-
ing squad, was originally selected
as a judge for the Children's
Food Fund charity bouts, but
has declined the honorary posi-
tion as he' is suffering from an
infection in his back. Slater is
the alternate in the heavyweight
division and if one of the heav-
ies is not able to enter the ring
he will take their place. Starwas
is the Michigan A. A. U. light-

HARRIERS WILL MEET BIG TEN
OPPONENTS IN RUN TOMORRC
Illinois. Ohio State to Be Guests of Varsity
Triangular Affair Here.

Stung by two consecutive defeats,
the Michigan harriers will be out
on the University course tomorrow
morning firmly determined to make
their Conference debut of the sea-
son an impressive one.
Light drills have been the pro-
gram set for the cross country team
in preparation for the triangular
meet with Ohio and Illinois. Appar-
ently fearing that the harriers
would go stale after the stiff week
of readying for the meet last Sat-
urday with M. S. C., Coach Hoyt
eased up a bit. Also, the idea of
tiring his men for the four miles

tomorrow probably influenced H
Feared by Illini.
The defeat suffered at East I
sing *should not dishearten
Michigan men, since State
what is undoubtedly one of
finest teams representing its sol
in years. Michigan State pu
splendid aggregation on the co
last week.
That Michigan is feared 'by
nois is indicated by a news.i
in the, "Daily Illini," student ne
paper of that school. The s
states that Michigan is consid
more dangerous to Illini cha
than is the team representing (
State.

heavyweight boxing
and is favored over
ent.

champion
his oppon-

ROY HUDSON
Asso0iated Press Photo
Three of Michigan's best bets for the Indiana game are: Maynard
"Doc" Morrison, veteran lineman, whose play at center this year stamps
him as a strong contender for All-American honors, Captain Roy Hud-
son, who is making a name in his new position at half, and Jack Heston,
stellar sophomore back whose punting has been outstanding.

NUMERHOUS TEA9MS
PLAY FOR_-CHARITY~
128 Colleges Offer Aid in Na-
tional Movement to Gain
Funds.
NEW YORK, Nov. 5.-(AP)-Amer-
ica's college football players have
heard the call come to the aid of
the unemployed and ndedy and
they have responded with offers of
128 college teams to help in one
way or another.
Already 53 teams have arranged
special games, the proceeds of
which are to go to charity, it is re-
vealed by the first report of E. K.
Hall, chairman of the football rules
committee, who took over the task
of handling the gridiron program
after Owen D. Young had issued
a call for aid on behalf of the pres-
ident's organization on unemploy-
ment relief.
Fifty-seven more are planning
special charity games; seven have
agreed to give the net proceeds of
one regular game to relief funds
and 11 will contribute a percentage
of the receipts of a regular game.
In addition to the college games,
three professional teams, the Chi-
cago Bears, Chicago Cardinals and
Cleveland Indians have arranged
charity games.
In making his report, Hall prais-
ed highly the efforts of the colleges

Wildcats and Gophers
to Cl ashon Saturday
Northwestern and Minnesota, the
two undefeated teams in the Big
Ten will clash at Evanston Satur-
day in what promises to be one of
the biggest, Conference battles of
the year.
The Wildcats are jubilant over
the return of Reb Russell, stellar
fullback injured early in the year,
to the lineup, but the advantage is
offset by the fact that Pug Rent-
ner star passer has an injured
finger. Jack Manders, driving full-
back and McDougal, midget half,
will lead the Gopher attack. The
Norsemen will be at full strength
for the contest.

Howell Has Odds.
According to another item ir
same paper, the time of the Ill
captain for three miles is six
minutes and eleven seconds. "
Howell of the Michigan squad
ers that distance in under fif
and a half minutes. However
difference in times may be a
buted to the difficulty of the cc
At any rate, the Wolves are
to avenge their defeat last yea:
ministered by the same two te
Austin ran off with first honor
the meet.
Harper Trophy at Stake.
A further incentive for al
teams entered is the fact tha
Harper Trophy is at stake in
meet. The- first three runner
finish wil receive individual
and to top this, Coach Hoyt
decreed that if Michigan wins
first five Wolverines to cross
line will be automatically qua
to receive Varsity letters.

to lend a hand afd added that
"further reports make me confi-
dent that literally hundreds of
other colleges and schools through-
out the country will have their part
in this project."

Saddle Horses.

CONACHER, BLAIR
WORRYTORONTO;
The Toronto Maple Leafs seem to
have run into trouble before the'
season gets under way. Charley
Conacher, the younger brother of
Lionel Conacher, is a holdout, and
Andy Blair wants to play defense.
Young Conacher has been a star
forward for the .past two seasons;
and he feels that he is now rating
an increase in salary.'
Blair, who broke in as a center,
in 1929 and enjoyed a great year,
only to fall off woefully last season,
has returned to the team 20 pounds
heavier and insisting that he play
defense.

Minnesota's Shift
Legal, Says Criser
MINNEAPOLIS, Nov. 5. - (IP) -
Northwestern University's football
team shouldn't hope to gain yard-
age from Minnesota on Saturday
through penalties for illegal shift-
ing, H. 0. Crisler, Gopher head
coach, said Wednesday.
Commenting on the reports from
Chicago that Northwestern sus-
pected an insufficient halt in the
Minnesota shift. Crisler said it was
entirely legal.
Crisler said his shift met the fullj
second halt called for in the rules.

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