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!N0VEMBER 21, 1 THE MICHIGAN DAILY,

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Triumphs

Over

Physical

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FRESH E DEFEAT Pluning Fullback
RHIVAL SQUAD, 2O
Smith, Plebe Right End, Blocks
Punt for Safety in Only
Score of Game.
Victors Hold Edge Throughout
Contest; Blockihg Is Poorf
onBoth Sides.
By Al Newman
In the Intramural grid classic o
the season played yesterday after- f
noon on Ferry Field, a fighting
freshman eleven eked out a 2-j
victory over the Physical Edaca-
tion team, their traditional rifrals.y
The contest was attended by a F f ;k
crowd of more than 200 spect tors..
The only score of the game came F"^
in the second period, when the
Physical Eds were forced to punt Associated Press Photo
from their own ten-yard line.JakMnrwilpythled
Smith, freshman right end, pene- Jack Manders will play the lead-
trated the maze of protecting ng role in the Minnesota attack
blockers and successfully stopped this afternoon. Manders is the 185-
the kick, the ball bounding off his pound hard driving fullback of the
chest over the line and across the pudhr rvn ulako h
end zone for a safety, scoring the Norsemen. lie aiso does their place
winnling two points. kicking and is among the leading
Lack Blockers. scorers of the Big Ten.
In respect to fight, power, de-
fense and ground-gaining, the
palm goes to the freshmen, who
played a fair ,brand of football all 91 [ H F I L S
the way through. Both teams no-
ticeably lacked blocking support
for their runners, and with more
of this vital phase of the game in
evidence, the contest yesterday af- Ray Altenhof 'is' ineligible for
ternoon, might have been featured basketball. Altenhof, now a jun-
by mre scoring for both teams. It
is only fair to remark, however, ior, will be lost to the team for the
that the field was too muddy for first semester, at any rate, it was
any extensive display of running. lea ned today. He may be avail-
Time and again, the ball-carriers able to the squad, however, in the
of both teams missed their foot-ses ,er h
ing on off-tackle slants trying to second semester.
cut in too sharply on the slippery Altenhof's ineligibility will leave
turf,: a large gap to be filled, as he was
In Jhe departhent of defensive .one of the stars of
line lay t e yearlings held a de- last year's cage
cided edge, throwing the opposing squad, playing a
backs for numerous small losses. stellar game at
Not many yards were made through . . telguard, as well as
the line by the Physical Eds. al-g , being the key
;hough the freshmen were penal- man on defense.
ized seven times for offside play, He won favorable
and. drew one fifteen yard penalty notice from all
for holding with 'another for clip- the coaches in
ping.- The Physical Eds were penal- the Big Ten and
ized only twenty yards in the ag- was mentioned on
gregate. several of the All-
Physical Eds Have Kicking Edge. ALTENHOF Conference teams.
The opposing backfields were of Coach Cappon, taking over the
almost equal ability in running and' coaching of the basketball quintet
blocking, while the edge on punt- for the first time, this season, will
ing goes to the Physical Eds. Re- have a veteran squad to open the
gezci's boots, topped by a beauti-- season, but he will have to employ
ful punt of sixty yards, averaged on season s reserves in the
slightly higher than Ford's. kicks. oexof lat sea on n tuh
- endian, ,freshman halfback, turn- extra guard position until such
e Inianrhaccount o;himselkfin~time as Altenhof again becomes eli-
ed in a good account of himself in gible. Estil Tessmer will presum-
he densive sided ofthe contes ably fill in if hi shoulder heals
while Stewart and Borgman also po~ry
played well in the yearling back- proerly.
field. Whitmore and Ford showed
ability in backing up 'the line in
the Michigan system of defense. A EN AVANT Ieforw.,a8
Ward and Smith at the ends for A
the freshmen both played a heads- A
up game. A -
Freshmen Pos. Physical Eds. A
The Lineups. A
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Notre Dame, Northwestern
Favored to Remain Unbeaten
Harvard Is Given Edge Over Old Rivals, Yale,
in Traditional Battle at Cambridge.
By Sheldon C. Fullerton other tough one. On comparative
MICHIGAN-MINNESOTA. These scores they are about even, with
Michigan games are getting harder Missouri what edge there is.
to pidk as the weeks roll by..The NAVY-SOUTHERN METHODIST.
Wolverines, with v. great defense The poor midshipmen draw anoth-
and a good offense, get the slight er Tartar. Shouldn't be hard for
nod over a well-balanced Minneso- the southerners.
ta team. With Manders, Somers, TULANE-SEWANEE. After t h e
and Munn on their eleven, how- victory over Georgia last week the
ever, the Gophers can do anything. Green Wave rates as the class of.
S0 W A-NORTHWESTERN. T h e the south. Sewanee should be out-
Wildcats should continue on their classed.
trouble.
march for a title without much NEBRASKA-IOWA STATE. T h e
OHIO STATE-ILLINOIS. Zup- powerful Cornhuskers rate as fav-
pke's sophomore should run into orites over George Veenker's eleven.
more trouble before this game is
over. FAMOUS REFEREE
INDIANA-PURDUE. One of mid- TO JUDGE BOUTS
west's greatest traditional battles.
Purdue is the favorite on paper, Sam Henessy, one of the out-
but Indiana is out to repeat their standing prize fight referees in the
victory of last year. It should be country, has been selected to be the
a great fight, with the Boilermak- third man in the ring in the semi-,
ers the slight favorites. finals of the-class boxing chain-
CHICAGO-WISCONSIN. Wiscon- pionship Dec. 3:
sin should win, although Staggs Selection of contestants for the
eleven has been making a great n
fight in their last few games. The class positions will be made in the
Badger's margin shiouldn't be largeregular training periods, Coach Let
at any rate ' Philbin announced yesterday. Each
NORE DAME-SOUTHERN CAL- class will enter one name in each
IFORNIA. Two great teams, but weight for the semni-finals.
the, odds still favor one of the With Hennessy in the right,
greatest Irish elevens in histor Coach Philbin expects the boxers
Even Trojan supporters won't bey to give a better demonstration.
on theirteam Years and years of experience will
HARVARD-Y ALE The east's help him keep the fighters going
feature battle of the day. Har- at full speed throughout the bout.
vard's record is better and the The recent amateur fights in De-'
Crimson gets the slight nod. Yale troit were handled the best that
hasn't clicked all year in all de- Michigan fight fans have seen and
partments of play but don't be because of this excellent perfor-
surprised if they do a ainst the mance, Coach Philbin has signed
Crimson. This choice is made on Hennessy for the Dec. 3rd class.
the basis of past scores, but afight- Rapid improvement among the
the ais of pas sc re t a h t- Intramural fighters'has given Phil-
g Eli eleven has a great chance bin every indication of some fast,
to upset the' dope. hard fought bouts a week from
DETROIT-MICHIGAN S T A T E. next Thurbday.
Crowley's boys, Monnett and Elio- next hursday.
witz, . are expected to prove too
tough for the Titans. The Spartans
rate as favorites.
COLUMBIA-SYRACUSE. S y r a-
cuse has only lost one game, but
even at that its record is not over-
ly impressive. Columbia should
win, but not by much.
STANFORD-CALIFORNIA. T wo
evenly matched coast opponent's.
The odds will probably rest on
Stanford, but just to be different
we are playing a hunch and pre-
dicting a California victory.
KANSAS-MISSOURI. Here's an-

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Indiana Expected to Keep Title;
Howell Rated Among
Leaders.
Six Wolverines will compete this
morning for Big Ten honors in the
Conference harrier meet which is
scheduled over the four-mile course
at the University of Iowa. Although
Michigan has only an outside
chance for top honors, the team
composed of Capt. Wolfe, Howell,
Fitzgibbons, Hill, McManus and
Ostrander should gain enough
points to rate them in the upper
bracket of the Big Ten rankings.
Indiana, lead by Captain Henry
Brocksmith, who placed second in
the meet last year, is again the
best bet to take the title which they
captured in 1930. The Hoosiers will
be closely pressed for first place
by the Wisconsin ~ill-and-dale
men. Bertrand, Cortright. and
Wright will be the Badger veter-
ans closely pressing the leaders.
Neese, Kemp and Watson will be
close behind Brocksmith's heels for
the Hoosers., to Rae.
,erans to.Ra.e
Michigan's duel will come with
the Illinois aggregation in a fight
for third and fourth places. Wool-
sey, Line and Tockstein are the
Indians' best. John Currell, third
place winner in 1930, will again be
on the track for the Gophers and
is bound to place. Ten of the first
20 place-winners of last season will
start again this morning.
Howell is Michigan's outstanding
threat and his performances thus
far this season stamp him as-a fav-
orite to place up among the win-
ners. Fitzgibbons, captain of the
team last season will be running in
his last meet for the Wolves. Cabt.
Wolfe will also terminate his cross
country running for Michigan.
Wisconsin's team of six men wil

enter the Conference run wi
recor~d of no defeats thus far
season, and Coach Tom Jon(
looking for his squad of har
to defeat the defending Hoosi
This competition will mark
close of the harrier season for
Michigan aggregation, a se
which showed considerable
provement over the record r
last year. One of the outstar
elements of- the Wolves' run
has been the phenominal dev(
men t of "Doc" Howell over
showing he made last season
has made a name for himse
the Conference by taking first X
in the triangular meet -here
Ohio State and Illinois and
placed second in the meet last
with the Badgers. He is rated
the first ten hill-and-dale me
the Big Ten.
Friedman May Coac
Pennsy State Elei
Benny Friedman, Michigan's
mer All-American quarterback
outstanding professional pI
may' be head football coach atI
State next year according to
ports from the East.
The former Michigan star wo
assistant coach at Yale this
where he tutored Albie Boot
the art of tossing passes. F
man is one of the greatest ma
of the art of passing that has
been developed on a college
iron.
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