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THE MICHIAN DAILY

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ONMAN' GRIDIRON TEAM
WILL PLAY YEARLINGS TODAY
Coach Wally Weber's Physical Eds Have Only Eleven Men to Pit
Against Regulars *n Annual Battle Today.

SAMMY SQUIRT: IT'S NOT HER FAULT OFFICER

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Coach Wally Weber's "iron elev-
en" will encounter the freshman
squad this afternoon in the annual
game on Ferry field between the
physical eds. and the yearlings.
The contest is scheduled to start
at 4 o'clock.
Today's grid meeting will close
the season for the two squads, with
the exception of a small group of
freshmen who will don. the mole-
skins for another week in order
to demonstrate the Wisconsin plays
for the Wolverine Varsity.
Eds Lack Reserves.
While Coach Ray Fisher will have
a large squad of 'freshmen to call
on for replacements in the yearling
lineup, Weber will have to rely on
the strength of his "iron eleven"
throughout the entire game. The
first year physical education class
is extremely small this year, hence
Coach Weber is forced to work with
a smaller group than has ever been
the case before in the educational
school.
The physical eds have more
backs than necessary but not
enough linemen, so Weber has con-
verted all but four of the ball tot-
ers into linemen in order to fill
up the gaps in the forward wall.
While Weber's team is probably
stronger than the first string fresh-
man eleven, it will be handicappel
by the lack of reserves. While the
physical eds have a few substitutes,
fthey are all without previous foot-'
ball experience before coming to
Michigan. Thus, Coach Weber is
counting on his eleven "iron men"
starting .and finishing the game.
Palmaroli's Brother on Line.
Palmaroli, younger brother of the
Wolverine guard in 1925, is one of
the backs who ifas been turned in-
to a lineman. He will be holding
down a tackle berth. The physical
eds will have a strong center in
Foug who played in that position
at Carl Schurz high school in Chi-
cago. At fullback there will be
Regezci, former all-state back from
Muskegon Heights. Wilhelm, quar-
terback from Toledo Libby, will be
directing the team on the field.
The freshmen eleven is not as
strong as last year's team, but
Fisher has several promising men
on the squad, and because of the
superior reserve material his team
is expected to triumph over the
physical eds.
Freshmen Pos. Physical Eds.
Ward ...........LE.........Antell
Hildebrand. ..LT.........Carr
Baird..........LG......Pendorf
Ford ............ C.......... Foug
Pomeroy ...... R G........ Parker
Jacobson ..,.RT.... Palmaroli
Bmith .. ..RE.........Hall
Whitmore ...QB....... Wilhelm
Frankowski ... .LH.....Rondone
Stewart......RH.... Teitelbaum
Borgman.....FB.......Regezci'
Doherty Has Blanced
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Maynard Morrison
Stellar roving center on the Wol-
verine eleven, who has been named
by Ccach Bob Zuppke on the first
All-Conference team of the year.
Bill Hewitt was named as fullback
in the selections.
ISONeHEWIT
Named on First All-Conference
Team of Year; Williamson
Wins Place on Second.
Two Michigan men, "Doc" Mor-
rison and Bill Hewitt, have been
picked on the first All-Conference
team of the yearas announced by
Bob) Zufpke, coach of the Univer-
sity of Illinois eleven. Another
Wolverine, Ivan Williamson, was
rated a place on the Illini men-
tor's second team.
Morrison is by far the outstand-
ing center of the Western Confer-'
ence and' his selection to fill the
pivot position on the Big Ten team
does not come a's a surprise. Hew-
itt's appointment to the fullback
post, however, was rather unex-
pected, until the showing that the
Bay City star made in the Michi-
gan-Illinois game is recalled.
Northwestern, almost assured of
their 'second straight Conference
championship with only Iowa and
Purdue remaining oil.their .sched-
ule, was granted five places on the
first mythical eleven of the season.
Michigan's two places gave it sec-
ond place, while Mininesota, Wis-
corsin, Purdue, and Ohio State
each came through to take one
position.
Two Sophomores Picked.
-Two sophomore sensations are
included on the team, both. Carl
Cramer of Ohio State and Ole Ol-
son of Northwestern winning back-
field positions.
ZUPPKE'S TEAM
Fencl, L.E. (Northwestern).
Riley, L.T. (Northwestern)
Kabat, L.G. (Wisconsin).
Morrison, C. (Michigan).
Aunn, R.G. (Minnesota).
Marvil, R.T. (Northwestern).
Moss, R.E. (Purdue).
Cramer, Q.B. (Ohio State).
Olson, L.H. (Northwestern). I
Rentner, R.H. (Northwestern).
Hewitt, F.B. (Michigan).

Manders Will Carry on Glory
of Past Minnesota Line
Plungers.
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Ines. And that tradition is built
up around the Gophers' great
fullback, Jack Manders, who is
carrying on in the shoes of
those plunging backs who have
gone on to football glory in
other years with Minnesota
elevens.
Gopher teams, no matter what
else they may have in the way of
talent, can always be depended up-
on to trot out some bruising line
* smasher who can pound an oppos-
sing forward wall to shreds through-
out a game. Herb Joesting, and
Broncho Nagurskirboth Minnesota
stars of recent years, acquired their
reputations as hard driving backs'
while handling the fullback duties
for the Gophers.
When Nagurski finally gradu-
ated from the Minneapolis in-
stitution and entered the pro
ranks, followers of other Con-
fcrence elevens breathed a sigh
of relief. Where would Minne-
sota get another line plunger of
his ability in at least the next
few years? And then Manders
c ;n~e along. to bieep up the
Milninesota tradition.
Last year the latest addition to
Minnesota's great list of fullbacks
was one of the star backfield men
of the Conference. But this season
he is constantly increasing his
reputation with every game he
plays, and at present seems des-
tined to make a great fight for a
berth on the All-Conference eleven
in the capacity of fullback.
It will be one of the major
tasks of the Wolverines tomor-
row to stop Manders before he
does to them what he did to
Northwestern only two weeks
ago. On that occasion, immie4i-
ately after the start of the
Gopher-Wildcatgame, Manders
crashed the Purple line and

Michigan Places Ten
Men on All-American CEn
Tank~ ~ ~ F1r,1C Tafo191GJJFlE TITLE

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in the back stroke, sixth in the 100
and 220, and eighth in the 440. He
thus amassed a 27-point total by
himself.
Michigan's other four places were
made by Ladd, who was seventh in
the 220, Kennedy, who placed sixth
in the 440, Miller, fourth place in
the breast stroke, and Raike placed
in the diving standings.
Lobdell Places.
Minnesota's places are held by
Marsh who was second in the back
stroke event, and Nappa named in
the diving. Iowa's are accounted
for by Evans as sixth in the breast
stroke and Lobdell in the diving,
Oker of Chicago placed fifth in the
50-yard event, while Wilson of
Northwestern was named eighth
man in the 220.
Th~e selections of Wolv rines for
this team were influe cedn ot a lit-
tle by Michigan's showing in the
eighth National Collegiate Athletic
Association Swimming Meet held in
Chicago last March. There the
Maize and Blue had the largest
number of individual place winners,
being closely pressed by Rutgers
and Princeton.
Top Big Ten.
In the Western Conference stand-
ings, things are more clearly Michi-
gan's with 24 Wolverines named for
high total, Northwestern coming
second with twelve. Minnesota with

Michigan Has Team in Harrier
Meet to Be Held Tomorrow
on Iowa's Course.

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country event.
-Including ten of the first twenty
place-winners of last fall, a 'total
cf 26 of the 58 finishers will travel
over the hills and dales in search
of high rankings.
Indiana is Titleholder.
The returning veterans are topped
by Henry Brocksmith, captain of
Indiana's title-defending team, who
was second last year; and John
Currell of Minesota, third in 1930.
Some of the other high placers
who will run again are D. Neese,
Indiana, sixth; K. Bertrand, Wis-
consin, ninth; R. Kemp, Indiana,
eleventh; Howard Wickey, Iowa,
thirteenth; L. Kirk and H. Cort-
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This year's freshman cross coun-
try squad has been one of the most
unusual in many a Michigan hill
and dale season. Starting the sea-
son with some thirty-six men re-
porting to Coach Ken Doherty for
work, the yearlings have lost only
four who have dropped by the way-
side, and the remaining members
continue to work out regularly.
According to Coach Doherty, this
year's squad is one of the best
balanced squads that he has seen.
With the possible exception of
Howell and Bosworth, there are no
outstanding runners on the squad,
but all are about evenly matched
WOLVES RESPECT
GOPHERS' ATTACK
(Continued From Page 6)
the best team since 1926 for the
Gophers" he added. He has scouted
them for two games and told the
team yesterday that they had to
play inspired ball to beat them.
Wistert May Get In.
Wistert has an excellent chance
to take Samuel's tackle. He saw
action throughout the scrimmage
yesterday at this position and drew
several favorable comments on his
actions.
Cantrill, with his special head-
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injuring his nose against Indiana.
The special gear covers his whole
face with only two holes for his
eyes. Petoskey and Williamso: were
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