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>ATUR.DAY, NOVEM1BER. 7, 1931
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THE MICHIGAN DAILY___ ____ _

Harriers

Will

Open Big Ten Season

LLII OHIO0 STATE
HURAE WOLVES HERE
Michigan Given Even Chance
Against Conference Rivals
Over Four-Mile Course.
Michigan cross country team will
open ,the Conference season this
morning against Illinois and Ohio
State in a four-mile triangular race
over the Varsity course starting at
10:30 o'clock.
Coah Hoyt will send his team
after their first victory in three
starts. this morning and rates his
team as having a good chance of
beating its Big Ten rivals. Howell
will have a stiff fight for first place
from Captain Woolsey of th Illini
but is expected to out-run the In-
dian star.
Wolves Third Last Year.
Two defeats, at the hands of
Michigan Normal and Michigan
State, has put the team in a fight-
ing mood, the last few practices
show. These'same two schools forc-
ed the Wolverines into third place
in the triangular meet last season,
and Caitain Wolfe has not allow-
ed his cohorts to forget it.
Ohio State will place a new team
before the Michigan eyes this
morning as only Dille, the Buck-
eye Captain, and Ratzenberger saw
service in the same meet last year.
However the Ohio States team is
considerably .stronger this season
as most\ of the runners won their
letters i* the sport last year. Only
two soppomores are entered for
the Ohio team, Faber and Levine.
Woolsey Captains Indians.
The Illinois contingent is headed
by Captain Woolsey. He is expected
to give Michigan's star, Doc How-
ell, a stiff race for first place. The
rest of the Illini team is not con-
sidered strong and will have a
hard time to retain their laurels.
Three Lakewood Ohio, high school
runners will be running against
each other today. Captain Harmon
Wolfe ran for the Ohio school be-
fore he came to Michigan and'will
race against his old team-mate
Harvey Smith, now on the Illini
squad and Jack Levine, sophomore
runner for the Buckeyes.
Michigan Has Hard Course.
Michigan's course will be more
difficult than most - cross country
courses tomorrow. It has been ex-
tended to a four-mile layout and
includes a long steep hill. The ma-
jority of cross country courses in-
clude hills but not as long as this
one will prove to be.
The Wolverine harriers will have
the advantage of running over
their own course and this should
prove to be the deciding factor.
The Illinois team. fears Michigan
more than Ohio and the Buckeye
squad is planning to hold the In-
dians but they are not so sure
about the Wolverines.
Starting runners:

Heads

Coast League

Associated Press Photo

Hyland Baggerly, nespaperman of
Los Gatos, California, was named
president of the Pacific coast base-
ball league following a deadlock in;
the contest between Harry Wil-
liams, incumbent, and Wade Killi-
fer, former manager of the San
Francisco Missions.
A-C SOCCER0 TITLE
CO "CARDED TODA'9Y
Cosmopolitan Teams to Clash
on Ferry Field Gridiron
This Morning.
Championship play in' All-Cam-
pus. so'ccer is scheduled for thisl
morning at 9:30 on Ferry field. On-
ly one game is scheduled but the
lineups selected represent the bestC
on the campus and the affair is go-
ing to be a tossup as far as the fi-I
nal determination of the Intram-
ural trophy is concerned.
The players are distinctly cosmo-
politan, although every one is a
member of the University. The
teams h a v e t h e characteristic
names of the South Americans and
the All-Campus and as a whole
represent students from all over
the world.
The lineup of the South Ameri-
can team will, include Araujo, goal;
Guardia, aright fullback; Trelles,
left fullback; Valverde, captain and
right halfback; Guardia, center
halfback; Almeida, left halfback;
Terrazas, right wing forward; Le-
page, right inside forward; Salo-
mon, center forward; Gamarra, left
inside forward; and Garzon, left
wing forward.
The All-Campus team on the
other hand will line up with Mar-
chinco, goal; Zutchi, right fullback;
Tuttle, left fullback; Stevens, right
halfback; Sidhu, captain and cen-
ter halfback; Suez, left halfback;
Growth, right wing forward; Singh,
right inside forward; -Lucassian,
center forward; Saradjian, left in-
side forward; and Mann, left wing
forward.
-Besides the trophy which goes
with the title, the Intramural De-
partment Will award medals to the
players. E

GOPHERS-WILDCATS
B ATTLEE FR ITLE
Unbeaten Elevens Out for Big
Ten Honors; Illini Seek
Badger Blood.
Two unbeaten elevens will clash
today in Dyche Stadium in what
may be the deciding game of the
season when the championshipi
honors are parceled out i the Big
Ten.'Minnesota, pre-season favor-
ite as a dark horse contender has
successfully hurdled the Badger'
opposition and is set to take ad-
vantage of any misplays which'
Northwestern may make today.
The Goph'ers are the most serious
obstacle in an easy path to the title
for the Wildcats, but they are just
obstacle enough to be able to trip
up Dick Hanley's warriors if they
are not playing heads-up football.
It will be a distinct upset if the
Gophers can turn the trick, for
Hanley has plenty of capable re-
serves to relieve his regulars should
they weaken, whereas Crisler must
force his regulars to carry the en-
tire burden.
Badgers Meet Illini.
While the Hoosiers are being en-
tertained in the Wolverine stadium,
the Wisconsin Badgers, drooping
somewhat from successive defeats
by Penn and Minnesota, will jour-
ney down to Champaign to provide
-opposition to the Illini in the third
Big Ten contest of the day.
Ohio State is out for blood- today
and wants to sink the Navy on the
Columbus gridirn. The Buckeyes
look for a win, and they ought -to
know. The Midshipmen have shown
no outstandignf prowess' thus far
this season. Chicago is going to get
its long awaited opportunity to
meet a team with troubles equal to
its own and should hav a merry
'time playing with theRazorbacks
C from Arkansas on the Midway to-
day.
Purdue Has Easy Day.
Purdue will be able to take it
easy today with Centenary and
Noble Kizer can try out some of
his reserve material in preparation
for the remainder of the Big Ten
schedule. Iowa, however, will have
no bed of roses after the Nebraska
Cornhuskers get through mauling
them around the Nebraska bowl.
Iowa, with only one touchdown to
its credit this season, looks like it
will succumb to the power of the
Cornhuskers even though Ingwer-
son is reputed to have a fair aerial
game stowed away for the enemy
today.
Schalk and Rowland
May Manage Reading
CHICAGO, Nov. 6.-(P)-A pair
of former Chicago White Sox man-
agers, Ray Schalk and Clarence
Rowland, may be partners in the
operation of a minor league base-
ball club next season.
Schalk, it has been reported, will
resign as Cub coach, to throw in
with Rowland, who last season
headed the Reading club of the In-
ternational league.
"ARISTOCRAT o ft

Sports Editor Dopes
Out Today's Games
Wolverines, Wildcats, Badgers
Favored in dig Ten Tilts.
By Sheldon C. Fullerton
MICHIGAN-INDIANA. Indiana's
record is better against Ohio and r
Chicago, but the Wolverines have a
improved since then. Michigan a e
slight favorite. C
' NORTHWESTERN-M I N N E S O- 1
TA. The Wildcat's toughest game s
since Notre Dame. Russell and c
Rentner swing the tide toward t
Northwestern, but the Gophers are 1
,strong. s
NOTRE DAME-PENNSYLVANIA.
Two unbeaten teams will make the t
fur fly, but the Irish should carry F
on. If Schwartz can be stoppedn
the Red and Blue can at least hope.
WISCONSIN-ILLINOIS. Zuppke's
youngsters will fight to make up
for the past two weeks, but the
Badgers, by all-around class, are
favored.
NAVY-OHIO STATE. An off year
for the midshipmen. The Buck-
eyes, led by Cramer, have the stuff
with which to win, but the Navy
is improving.
IOWA-NEBRASKA. Iowa tied In-
diana, but bowed decisively to Min-
nesota. Nebraska was beaten by
Northwestern. The Cornhuskers,
[however, appear to be the stronger.
ARKANSAS-CHICAGO. For a
change Stagg's men get a break.j
Both teams are low in man power,
with the edge going to the Maroons.
CENTENARY-PURDUE. A tune-up'
for the Boilermakers.
DARTMOUTH-HARVARD. T h e
eastern classic of the day. Harvard
should hold down the Green better'
than Yale did,. and are the slight
favorites. Barry Wood's boys get
the nod, but watch out for McCall
and Morton. Dartmouth has a
fighting aggregation.
RIPON-MICHIGAN STATE.
Crowley's charges are taking it easy
before meeting the Wolverines next
week.c
PITTSBURGH-CARNEGIE TECH.
For the Smoky City championship.
Toss a coin for the winner. Either
may come through, but for sake of
argument Carnegie Tech is the slim
favorite.
DETROIT-FORDHAM. The Tit-
ans are going to be fighting against
odds. Fordham should carry too I
many guns for Dorais team.
STANFORD- S. CALIFORNIA. Be-
fore the biggest crowd of the day.
Evenly matched teams, with South-
ern California the slight favorites
to repeat their win of last year. Pop
Warner's Stanford team has point-
ed a year for this chance of re-
Svenge-.
WASHINGTON - CALIFORNIA.
Another great coast game, with
Washington the favorites by a
-~ EAP~E~ T1U ~ --

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Michigan
Cpt. Wolfe
Rowell l
Hill
Fitzgibbons
Ostrander]
Braden
McManusl
Bedenik

Ohio State Illinois
Cpt. Dille Cpt. Woolsey
Levine Line
Warner Munnis
RatzenbergeWest
Fallon Fisher'
Faber Smith
Pecsok Lindall
Tockstein

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