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JAYVEES TO CLOSE
SE ASONSATURDAY
Coach Courtright's Eleven Will
Meet Badgers at Madison
in Final Game.
Michigan's junior varsity eleven
will close its grid season tomor-
row when it meets the University
of Wisconsin's second team at
Madison.
Two men on the Wolverine "B"
team will be playing their last foot-
ball game for the Maize and Blue
in this encounter with the Badgers
on Saturday. Harold Lindsay, quar-
terback, and Lou McCrath, tackle,
are the players who will be making
their final appearance.
To Lose Quarterback.
Lindsay has had his full three
years of football at Michigan, while
McGrath played two years at Grand
Rapids Junior college before com-
ing here. Lindsay has been the
field general for the fees for the
past two seasons and has played a
large part in their varying succes-
ses. Mcrath has" been one of the
main cogs in the strong forward
wall of the Wolves.
The Michigan jayvees are strong-
}r than they were a year ago, but
hey are hardly given a chance to
nar the record of 12 consecutive
victories that the Badgers have pil-
d up in the last three seasons. The
nargin of victory conceded to the
Visconsin team is less than it was
a year ago, however, due to the in-
2reased strength of the Maize and
Blue eleven.
Starting Lineup.
Coach Ray Courtright will take.
'Horner, Hazen, Kelley and Ellerby,
:nds; McCrath and Clohset, taek-
les; Savage, Singer and Conover,
guards; Winston and Shick, cen-
ters; Lindsay and Bremen, quarter-
backs; Miller, McGuire, Tillotson
and Stinespring, halfbacks; and
Meldman and Hayes, fullbacks, onl
the trip to Madison.
Michigan's starting lineup will
probably have Hazen and Ellerby
at the ends; McCrath and Clohset,
tackles; Savage and C o n o v e r,
guards; Winston, center; Lindsay,
quarterback; - Miller 'and Stine-
spring, halfback; and Meldman,
fullback.
this year, 29 of which took active
competition in contrast to the large
number of forfeits last season. This
year's game has tended more to-
ward' the passing game although
more field goals have been scored
than expected.

HoosiersOutweigh
Northwestern ]Line
S Pedal to T he Daily)
BLOOMINGTON, Ind., Nov. 12.-
Indiana university's line will slight-
ly outweigh Northwestern's forward
wall when the two gridiron ma-f
chines clash in Dyche stadium at
Evanston next Saturday. T h e
Crimson linemen will average 188
pounds to the man while the Wild-
cat's average lineman will weigh
186. The backfield will be a differ-
ent proposition, however, with
Northwestern averaging 185 pounds
to, the man and Indiana 174.
STAR DEFENSE -MAN
LOST TOICE TEAM
Michigan's hockey hopes suffered
a severe blow when it was announc-
ed that Bill Williams, stellar de-
fense man of last year's Big Ten
championship team, will be inelig-
ible for the first semester of the
current ice season.
Coach Lowry has two successive
Conference pennants under his belt
and four regulars returning for the
six positions. The ineligibility of
Williams leaves both defense posi-
tions open. Captain Tompkins, the
first leader of two major sports in
recent years for the Wolverines and
All-American goalie least year, will
report for the first practice Mon-
day, Nov. 23, as a certainty at goal.
Reid and Cossman, center and
forward, of last year's champion-
ship team will return to the front
positions again this year. These
men will be playing their second
season for Maize and Blue puck-
sters. Williams started his career
at center for the Wolverines, but
last season he was shifted to de-
fense when a lack of defense men
was apparent.
Frumkes and Sindles will return
from the second team last year.
These men are forwards, but the
latter might be revamped into a
guard. Chapman and McCullom are
the best bets from the freshman
squad of last year as defens6 men.

CROSS COUNTRY TEAM WILL LEAVE
FOR WISCONSIN STRONGHOLD lTO

Badgers Boast Squad of Veteran
Harriers Which Defeated
Wolves Last Year.
Michigan's cross country team
comprising seven harriers will leave
for Madison, Wisconsin, the Badger
stronghold; tns afternoon. The
harriers are seeking revenge for a
21-37 beating in last season's meet
with the Wisconsin squad.
The Badgers are strong this year
according to report, having most
of the aggregation that defeated
the Wolves in the last. meet. Kirk,
the Wisconsin number one man, is
one of the best runners in the en-
tire conference and he should pro-
vide plenty of competition for Doc
Howell, Michigan's ace.Atfour-mile
timing of Kirk some three weeks
ago is the same as the mark hung,
up by Howell over the four miles
here last Saturday.
Run Six-Mile Grind.
Finishing the preparation for
the Badgers with a fairly light
workout yesterday afternoon, Coach
Hoyt rounded out the harriers' form
for the meet. Rehearsals for the
i week were topped by a six-mile
grind included in Tuesday's session,
with light work on Wednesday,
comprising only an easy mile.
Times for the Wolves over the
Badger course should be fast ac-
cording to report. The three and
one-half mile stretch is on fairly
level ground for the most part. A
large crowd is expected to view the
FRESHMAN BASKETBALL
All first year men interested
in trying out for the Freshman
basketball team should report to
Waterman gymnasium Monday
night, November 16, at 7:30. Can-
didates should bring their own
equipment.

meet, as the route starts anc
ishes on the Wisconsin campu
Badgers Boast Strength.
Disregarding the first-place
which is due to be staged bet
Howell 'and Kirk, tle real ba
of the meet centers on the t
strength. If Michigan can f
Howell closely and place a con'
ent, probably to be header
Wolfe, in second and third p
the meet should be won ha:
Unfortunately, the Badgers
considerable -eam strength,
Bertrand, Wright and Courtrig
the speedy 1930 aggregation,
The seven men to make the
today for the Wolves are: He
Wolfe, Hill, Fitzgibbons, Ostra
McManus and Braden. The te
scheduled to leave early, in
afternoon.
, + HARLEY TO COACH.
CHICAGO, Nov. 12.-(A')-"C
Harley, Ohio State's all-Ame
star of 12 years ago, has been
ed to coach the Chicago Mills
fessional football team.

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