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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Volverine Squad Leaves On Indiana

Invasion

Woien's Archery
Tournament Won
By Freshman Girl
Ilchen DeWitt, a freshman, won
the championship in the Columbia
round of the women's archery tour-
nament recently completed, with a
score of 238. Beatrice Olmstead took
; Close Seond with 236 points,
In the handicap division for be-
ginners, Ruth Kurtz took first place,
Virginia Bell came in second, and
Beatrice Stodden third.
Play in the Columbia Round con-
sisted of scores on 24 arrows, shot
from distances of 20, 30 and 40 yards.
In the handicap round, each player
shot 24 arrows from 30 yards.
Dorothy Beise, archery coach and
sponsor of the tourney, is well
pleased with the results and says
that the' Columbia Round scores are
excellent, as championship scores run
from 200 up.
You don't have to
guess at a piece of
CORBETT merchan-
dise any season
-; nice thin to know
that you can eliminate the
"Weather" and Whether"
at the same time!

Star Forward

From the
PRESS BOX
B~y John Thomas

Indiana Threat
Y' ?

Harold Beeson, Indiana forward,
is a pillar of strength in the Hoosier
line, and he may be the determining
factor in the success or failure of
Michigan's running attack.
Michigan Enters Squad
it (CIoss-CoIntry Meet
Seven men will leave today for Co-
lumbus to run in the triangular cross
3ountry meet between Michigan, Il-
linois, and Ohio State Saturday
morning.
The runners who will make the trip
will be led by Captain Roger Howell,
and the roster will include, Bob Os-
trander, the outstanding runner to
date, Rod Howell, Bill Hill, Archie
McMillan, Dick McManus and John
Clarke.
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IONSIDERABLE AMOUNT of wise
money is being placed upon In-
diana this week. The reason is that
any team that travels from Indian-
apolis to Bloomington loses the game.
Thus goes the tradition, anyway.
Another reason is that Michigan
has the game won already while In-
diana, fresh after a setup last week,
is in an ideal spot to wipe us over
earth for a victory,
After the Northwestern game,
many of. the close followers of ourj
I team said that if Michigan was to be
beaten it would be by Indiana.
S FAR AS we know, WWJ will
broadcast the game. If any other
stations are considering this, we
don't know about it, but it is certain
that Ty Tyson, dean of Detroit sports
announcers will not attend the game.
rHIS COLUMN has been asked to
pick an All-Conference eleven in
co-operation with other Big Ten
sport editors. If any of our readers
have particular preferences as to in-
dividuals in the Conference, please
send them in with the reasons for his
selection. We will choose four backs,
two linemen, and four utility men. If
any letters are selected for publica-
tion, the column will follow its usual
practice of substituting a fake name
for the original author.
MICHIGAN HAS just closed an-
other two-game series with an
eastern eleven. Of the eight intersec-
tional games since 1924, Michigan
has lost one and tied one.
In- 1925 Bennie Oosterbaan and his
helpers defeated Navy, 54-0, but lost
the next year, 0-10. In 1927 Navy
went down 27-12, and tied in 1928,
6-6. Harvard dropped its series with
the Wolverines, 14-12 and 6-3, in
1929 and 1930. Princeton went down,
21-0 and 14-7, in the last two sea-
sons. All of which can show almost
anything.

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Don Veller, Hoosier halfback, is
the passer of the Veller to Dickey
combination. Michigan will have to
stop him to break up the highly-
touted Indiana aerial attack.
Winners Of Frosh
Numerals Decided
In X.Country Race
Surprises featured the annual all-
frosh run held yesterday afternoon
co determine the winners of fresh-
:nen cross-country numerals. A com-
p parative darkhorse, Harvey Smith,
led the pack by two hundred yards.
He covered the three-mile course in
the very good time of 15:45.
Paul Gorman, favorite to win, was
forced out of the race midway by
,tomach trouble. Coach Ken Doherty
innounced, following the race, that
3orman would receive his numerals
:n view of previous performances. He
has been winner of all four races to
date.
James Randall followed Smith to
he tape with a time of 16:15. Third
dace went to "Red" Morgan, 16:30;
.ourth, Quinn; 17:15; fifth, Boebel,
17:20; sixth, Morris, 17:24; seventh,
Krueger, 17:27;' eighth, Newman,
17:30; ninth, Starr, 17:31; tenth,
aoldman, 17:33; eleventh, Under-
wood, 17:38, and twelfth, White,
17:53.
In previous years the first ten
place winners received their awards.
Coach Doherty has not made any
innouncement concerning the win-
ners as yetjIn P1bprobability, how-
ever, Gorman and the first nine place
winners will get their numerals. The
next two men will receive intramural
awards.
Yearling Ilasket s< uafi
To Il eIlorI RIonday Nightl
li'rshnan ba'ketball practice will
pct: Under way Monday at 7:30 p. in.
when Coach Ray Fisher will meet all
:andidat s its the Waterman Gym-
nasium. Practice will be held the
first four nights of each week and
each man will have to furnish his
own clothes. The squad will be cut
to reasonable size about Thanksgiv-
ing and then will hold its practice
iessions in the Intramural building.
Coach Fisher expects a hundred
men to report for the first practice
tnd three or four promising men
from the football team will report at
the end of football season.
The pre-season prospects of the
squad are promising to Coach Fisher
who expects at least a fair team this
year. Jack Blott, one of the assistant
football coaches, will assist Fisher
with the coaching job.

Team To Work
Out In Hoosier
Stadium Today
Final Scrimmage Devoted
To Defensive Workout
Against Indiana Passes
Kowalik To Be Idle
Fay, Regeezi, Petoskey,
Leave For Indianapolis
In Spite of Injuries
Thirty-two Michigan football play-
ers entrained at 8:52 p. m. last eve-
ning to meet the Indiana eleven on
their home field Saturday afternoon.
The. team will arrive in Indianapolis
today, and will work out at the But-
ler University Stadium at 3 p. m.
this afternoon. They will stay at the
Antlers Hotel in Indianapolis.
There are twelve backfield men
making the trip, and all of Michi-
gan's cripples left with the team,
with the exception of Art Singer,
substitute lineman, who has been
confined to the hospital with an in-
fected arm.
take Twelve Backs
Stan Fay, Johnny Regeczi, Ted
Petoskey, Russ Oliver, and Leonard
Meldman, all of whom have been on
the casualty list this season made the
Indiana trip. Other backs who will be
certain to see action are Harry New-
man and Herm Everhardus. The re-
mainder of the backfield men being
taken are Chuck DeBaker, Lee Shaw,
Louis Westover, Wally Frankowski,
and Bill Renner.
Five ends are in Indianapolis, be-
side Captain Ivy Williamson, and
Willis Ward, Rod Cox, Ted Chapman,
and Syl Shea went along.
Of the other linemen, John Ko-
walik, regular guard, who was hurt
in Tuesday's scrimmage, is making
the trip, but will not see action, ac-
cording to Coach Harry Kipke. Six
other guards are listed, including
Duke Marcovsky, Cecil Cantrill, Bill
Borgmann, Carl Savage, Hilton Pon-
to, and Chester Beard.
Charlie Bernard is of course slated
as the leading center with the injur
ed Jerry Ford, and Russell Fuog g-
ing as relief men. Five trackles,
Whitey Wistert, Tom Austin, Russ
Damm, Bill Hildebrand, and Tage
Jacobson also went to face the Hoo-
siers.
Drill on Defense
In the final scrimmage on Ferry
Field, held yesterday afternoon, the
majority of the time was devoted to
a defensive workout, with the team
rather successfully breaking up In-
diana pass plays. Herm Everhardus
and Harry Newman were especially
effective in the business of spoiling I
the tosses.
Later the regulars ran through a
series of new plays, while reviewing
some of the older ones.
Swimming Squad
To Give Exhibition
At Detroit School
Coach Matt Mann will take five of
his Varsity swimmers to Cooley high
school in Detroit tonight to put on
a charity exhibition in the pool there.
Leading the group will be two
Michigan Olympic stars, Dick Deg-
ner, and Jim Cristy. Deger took
third place in Olympic diving. Cristy
was the first American to finish in
the 1500-meter swim, also taking
third place.
Louie Lemak, breaststroke. artist,
Taylor Drysdale, backstroke star, and
Ogden Dalrymple, sophomore sprint-
er, complete the list.

Next Friday afternoon at 5 p. m.
an Armistice Day waterpolo game
will be played between the Varsity
and faculty swimmers. There will be
20 or more men on each side and a
free-for-all battle should result.
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