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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Varsity Worksf
On Trick Plays}
F or Easterners
Practice Indicates That
Wolverines Will Not
Wait For The Breaks
Oliver Not To Play'
Saturday's Injury Will
Keep Fullback Out For:
Two Weeks;_Fay Back
Whether or not Saturday's battle
in the stadium will be hard-fought
is a matter of controversy, and it
will be until after the game; never-
theless, whether the Tiger shows its
claws or not, the homecoming crowd
is going to get its money's worth.
Kipke's offense for the Princeton
game is a bewildering maze of trick
plays, and it should be well worth
watching.
Yesterday's practice session in thee
Field House saw the Wolves working!
on their offense. Plays were re-
hearsed for exact timing; spinners,
reverses, laterals, and forward passes;
were reeled off in a display of strat-:
egic power which has seldom, if ever
before, been at the command of a
Maize and Blue quarterback. The
waiting type of game seems likely to
be in the discard against the Tigers.
Petoskey Again at Full
The team lined up with Petoskey
at fullback, Regeczi and Everhardus
at the halves, and Newman at quar-
ter. Ward and Cox were at the
flanks, but it seems likely that -Wil-
lianison will be started at one of the
wing posts with both of the other
first-string ends likely to see service.
Offense was not the only phase of
the game checked by the Michigan
mrentor yesterday. Both the second
and the first elevens took to the field
for short periods, while a freshman
outfit ran through Princeton plays.
Russ Oliver, fullback, whose injury
was made known yesterday, will be
out for two weeks, according to a
diagnosis by physicians. Stan Fay
worked out with the second team
yesterday afternoon in the first prac-
tice in which he has been active
since his injury in the Buckeye game.
Reunion Blocked
Fay's and Heston's absence from
the fray prevents a reunion of Lake
Forest Academy alumni which would
otherwise have taken place. Mil
Draudt, Jack Bales, and J o h nr
Smithies of the Princeton team at-
tended that institution as did the
two Michigan halfbacks.

May Get Chance

Hornsby Goes
Back To Cards;

Chuck DeBaker, Varsity track cap-
tain and reserve halfback for three
years, has been showing up well in
practice this week, and may get his
chance against Princeton.
Frosh Squad Gets
Day Off; Sweet Is
Seriously Injured
As a result of numerous minor
bruises and cuts they received in
last Friday's scrimmage against the
Varsity, Coach Ray Fisher, deemed it
wise to give the majority of the
freshman football players a day off
from practice yesterday. The only
one to receive . serious injury was
Cedric Sweet, a candidate for half-
back positoin, . who hurt his right
arm and will probably be out for the
rest of the season.
The only group of freshman grid-
ders that .saw action yesterday were
those who were selected to learn the
Princeton plays for use in scrimmage
against the Varsity later on in the
week.
On the whole, Coach Fisher is very
well pleased with the showing his
squad hasemade thus far in the
season and he expects them to im-
proveenough by the. end of the sea-
son to give the Physical Education
team a hard battle, despite the fact
that the latter group is reputed to
have much better material than the
Frosh squad.
Alpha Xi Delta Blanks
Sigma Kappa In Hockey

Street Lauded
Manager Thinks Rajah
Will Improve Team's
Offensive Next Year
ST. LOUIS, Oct. 26.-(AP)-The re-
turn of Rogers Hornsby to the St.
Louis Cardinal fold, after a some-
what hectic trip around the National
League circuit, may solve some of
Manager Gabby Street's problems in
reorganizing the former World
Champions for next year's pennant
race.
Losing the powerful batting attack
of Chick Hafey, and with Sparky
Adams on the injured list, Street was
confronted with the problem of re-
organizing the team.
"Hornsby sets off the club mighty
nice "for next year," Street said in
discussing the announcement today
of the signing of the "Rajah" by the
Cardinals on a one-year contract.
The hole at third base, with Adams
gone, is wide open. But Hornsby is
a second baseman. President Sam
Breadon predicted that if Hornsby
wins the second sack berth, Frankie
Frisch, a Cardinal mainstay, will be
shifted to third base, and with Jim
Bottomley at first, complete the
triumvirate. If Adams comes back
physically fit, it will be difficult to
bench him, however.
Wolverine Alumni
Will Speak Of Old
Michigan On Radio
"Michigan Thirty Years Ago" will
be the subject of a radio talk by
Willie Heston, All Time All-American
halfback, over station WWJ at 7:00
p. m. tonight. Doug Roby, another
former Wolverine football star, will
recall the doings at Ann Arbor a de-
cade ago over station WJR tomor-
row at 8:45 p. 'm. The third of this
series of talks will be presented No-
vember 1, over WWJ at 7:00 p. m.,
when Fred Lawton, author of "Var-
sity" will speak on "Ann Arbor
Twenty Years Ago."
The series of athletic talks, arrang-
ed by Phil Pack, '18, for the Athletic
.ssociation, will continue until June,
vith one or two speakers each week.
Fielding H. Yost, Cy Huston, Fred
Matthaei, president of the University
of Michigan Club of Detroit, and
others have already appeared in the
series.
Warren Bow, assistant superinten-
dent -of the, public school system of
Detroit and police commissioner
James Watkins of Detroit will appear
before the microphone during No-
vember, according to Mr. Pack.

From the
PRESS BOXC
By John Thomas
.
WE have received the following
letter:I
. . . Crisler at Princeton has
developed a powerful attack.
Princeton's line is powerful also
Tad Weiman, formerly of
Michigan, is helping the Tigers
to build their defense for Mich-
igan plays, especially aerial de-
fense . . . My guess for the
game is Princeton 14. Michigan
0 . . . What do you think?"
-(Senior).
Coach Kipke realizes that it will be
a rejuvenated Tiger that takes the
field Saturday. Cornell, Navy, and
Amherst were all held scoreless by
Princeton's great defensive play. Al-
though its running attack has not
produced as yet, Coach Crisler will;
undoubtedly have a pass offense
ready for the Wolverines.+
* * *
EVERY time we see the football
squad in motion we start think-
ing of track. Out on the gridiron is
15 points in the Conference Track
Meet. If the person who can nake
the 15 points in track gets hurt,
Coach Hoyt will be dealt a severe
Visiting Scouts To Aid
At Chicago Game Here
Nov. 12, when Michigan playsnChi-
cago, will be officially known as,
"Boy Scout Day." Scouts selected
from troops all over the state will
visit Ann Arbor that day as guests of
the local Boy Scouts.
The main event for the visitors
will be the football game, for which
they will receive free passes. They
will also assist the Ann Arbor Scouts
in ushering and traffic regulation for
the game.

blow to his hopes of a successful sea-
son this winter and next spring.
Willis Ward can win the Confer-
ence high jump and high hurdles,
and can place in the low hurdles,
shot put, and broad jump, that is,
if he is in the best of condition.
Michigan will need those 15 or so
points as Illinois, Indiana, and Ohio
State have powerful additions to
their track teams of last year. <
If something should happen to 1
Ward, and his track career was cut
off, Michigan
would be a greater
loser in track than
his a d m i t t e d ly
good football abil-
ity would gain. We
suppose he does{
want to play the
gridiron sport,t
maybe as much as
track, but Michi-
gan coaches kept
Eddie Tolan away
from the football
field, though he also wanted to play.
WHY must every team that Mich-
igan hits this year be stronger
than in the past? Princeton is re-
juvenated. Chicago is powerful. In-
diana will be coming through in an-
other ten days or so.
Coach Yost and his helpers select-
ed a hard schedule to prove to the
world that Michigan could take it for
eight straight games. But no one ex-
pected Chicago to be so strong that
her own fans wouldn't recognize the
Maroon score each week, because it
was so unusual.
Tigers Have New Methods
With Crisler and Weiman at
Princeton, the New Jersey school has
adopted Middle-West methods and
has produced a team of juniors and
sophomores that can turn on their
former conquerors with renewed vi-
ciousness and come from underneath
to win. In the game with Michigan,
Princeton has everything to win and
nothing to lose, while the Wolverines
have a great deal to lose and but
little to gain. This is the type of con-
test that results in upsets.
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Cornhuskers
Plan To Stop
Passing Attack
IOWA CITY, Oct. 26.-(Special)--
Covering the man, batting down
passes, rushing the passer-Univer-
sity of Iowa football players are
taking lessons in those lines of de-
fensive play as they prepare for the
first game in the East since 1922.
Hurriedly, because they leave for
Washington, D. C., early Thursday,
the athletes are memorizing details
of defense charted for them by
Coach Ossie Solem.
All that activity is necessary be-
cause George Washington University,
opponent of Friday night, has a reg-
ular basket-ball passing attack en-

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Laxity in pass defense cost t
Iowans a much closef game w:
Minnesota, for the Gophers twi
completed passes for touchdov
from the 25-yard line after t
Hawkeye forwards had choked t]
running attack.
Bill Boelter, Iowa coach who scow
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have a heavy line of fast vetera
two fast backs, and a dangerous a
sortment of passes.
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Tillotson Says 40,000
Will See Tiger Game
The ticket sale for the Princeton
game this Saturday probably will
reach a total of from 35,000 to 40,000
according to Harry A. Tillotson, busi-
ness manager of the Board in Con-
trol of Athletics.
Although the Princeton-MichigLnm
tilt is the only Big Ten intersectior al
game scheduled for this week, the
importance of the other Big Ten
games threatens to cut down the at-
tendance here.
TOUCH FOOTBALL PLAYERS
Anyone interested in participating
in All-Campus touch football, is re-
quested to attend a meeting to be
held at 5 p. m. today, in the Intra-
mural building, at which time the

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With Jean Botsford scoring all five
tallies of the game, the Alpha Xi
Deltas copped an easy win from Sig-
ma Kappa with a score of 5-0. It was
the opening session of the women's
Intramural hockey season.
Kappa Delta took over Jordan to
the tune of 3-0 in the second game.
Edna Dalby and Lillian Higgins were
the scorers, the latter accounting for
one and the former for two goals.

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