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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Harriers Fight
For Conference
Hlonors Today
Indiana Favored To Win
Fifth Consecutive Title
At Lafayette
Competition Strong
Wolverine Squad Of Six
Conceded Outside Chance
For Victory
By ED. RICHARDSON
With the finish of the Big Ten hill
and dale championship this morning,
a question of supremacy in cross-
country teams will be decided. In-
diana, out after its fifth Conference
championship, is virtually conceded
first place. Illinois with a strong vet-
eran squad expects to take second
place; Purdue with another strong
outfit expects to take second place;
Minnesota, with their strongest team
in some time also expects to take
second place; the question seems to
be whether Michigan is supposed to
be among the spectators or in the
meet at all, for that matter.
The Michigan squad, composed of
Captain Howell, his brother Rod, Bill
Hill, Bob Ostrander, and Dick Mc-
Manus will undoubtedly give the sec-
ond place winner a battle. Handi-
capped as they are by "Doc" Howell's
leg injury, the Maize and Blue har-
riers should at least be counted as
running in the meet.
Since the Wolves' surprising win in
the triangular meet with Illinois and
Ohio State two weeks ago their stock
has gone up considerably in local
circles.
Coach Charlie Hoyt gives his squad
an outside chance to win and from
him this statement is a boost of the
highest order. Hoyt also gave Pur-
due a boost in saying that regardless
of their poor showing so far this year
they have a good squad and will help
to make the going tough in the meet.
Indiana Favored
Of the other teams entered in the
run, Indiana looks like the best bet
to cop the championship. They have
three stars from last year in Brock-
smith, Watson, and Hornbostel.
These three men finished first, third
and sixth respectively in last year's
meet. Their fourth man of promise
is Neese, a newcomer who has turned
in good performances all year. Un-
less the Hoosiers' team scoring is
chopped up by some of the other in-,
dividual stars they are practically
certain of the championship.
Illinois will enter a team that took
fourth place last year, their squad
finishing in the eleventh to four-
teenth places. Minnesota, under
Sherm Finger, with Herrick, Bremer,
Seiler and Moore showing greatly im-
proved form, have their best chance
of a good showing since 1927.
Michigan Has Chance
Even with all these strong teams
entered, Michigan should have as
good a chance of placing in the
money as any of the others, and
probably a better chance than some
of the squads. If they can succeed in
bunching their men closely in any
of the first places they may manage
to eke out a victory over the much
touted Hoosiers.
This meet is a special feature in
the celebration of Dad's Day at Pur-
due University. The plans to erect
temporary stands at the finish line
on Stuart field will enable the spec-
tators to see the expected close
finishes.

Michigan State To Open
Next Year's Schedule
Michigan's 1933 football schedule,
which does not end until Nov. 28, will
again see Michigan State as the
opening attraction, it was learned to-
day. For the' past three years, this
game has proved one of the most
popular on the entire Wolverine'
schedule.

Leads Gopher Attack

Title Chances
For Ice Squad
Show Promise
Coach Lowery Grooming
Players; Goalie Post Is
Only Weak Spot Now
As far as pre-season dope can be
trusted, Michigan has its finest op-

From the
PRESS BOX
By John Thomas

Boilermakers
And Indiana To
Stage Struggle

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Captain Walter Hass, Coach Bernie
Bierman's outstanding blocker and
ball carrier, who will lead his team
through its hardest game of the sea-
son against Michigan today.
Ohio State To
CHAMPAIGN, Ill., Nov. 18.- (Spe-
ciaa-With a ranking in the first di-
vision of the Big Ten as the gage of
battle and a famous rivalry as a
Lurther inspiration, scarlet-.jerseyed
Buckeyes and blue-clad Illini will
contend Saturday in the Illinois sta-
um as the season comes to an end'
Ohio State, with far more expe-
rience and weight than the Ilni'
atill never clicked until their for-
ward passing attack perked up. It is
certain that much of the battle will
be fought in the air with Capt. Lew
Hinchmsan throwing to Gillman, an
end. .
But passing is a game at which
the Illini believe they can play for
Capt. Gil Berry is tossing just as ac-
curately and dangerously as any
passer in the league. Coach Spears
of Wisconsin says Berry is the best
iasser he has seen in years. The
reatest.Buckeye threat in the open
dteld is probably Bill Carroll but here
again the Illini counter with Gil
Berry, not to mention Frank Fros-
whauer and Jack Beynon who gal-
loped through Indiana.
Title Aspirations
TonhmaGhowigmegi
With Colgate and Brown meeting
aturday there is certain to be re-
'uction in the contenders for na-
Cional football honors, among the
Eastern teams. Both outfits have
come through undefeated and un-
tied to date and the meeting Satur-
day promises to be a battle royal
with the betting about even.
Southern California, who won the
mythical national championship last
year in the Rose Bowl game, after
losing to St. Mary's Giant Killers
early in the season, remains unde-
feated to date but with games
against Washington on Thanksgiv-
ing Day and Notre Dame on Dec. 10,
to say nothing of Army on Nov. 16,
they should have a tough time keep-
ing their slate clean.
Centenary in the south and Michi-
gan in the middle west are in the
same boat with games Saturday
against foes who are traditionally
tough. The Wolves will be fighting
for a Big Ten Title as well as na-
tional recognition against Minnesota
while Centenary meets Arkansas.

portunity in recent years to capture t
this season's Big Ten hockey chain-
pionship from their bitter rivals, i
Minnesota. With the opening prac- it
tice game still two weeks away,;
Coach Eddie Lowery is holding night-
ly practices and receiving considera-
ble satisfaction from the way hisI
stars are rounding into shape.
For the first string forward wall
Lowery has co-captains Emmie Reid
and Keith Crossman, playing left!
wing and center forward, respective-
ly. To this fast skating pair will be
added Johnny Sherf, at right wing.
Sherf Is Fast
Sherf already has the reputation1
of being by far the fastest man on
the squad and, according to Lowery,
should prove a tower of strength on
offense. Though he is only a sopho-
more he comes from Calumet, where
good hockey players are common,
and has had plenty of experience in!
fast company.
Another native of the iron coun-
try, Johnny Jewell, likewise a sopho-
more, is slated to occupy the goal
position left vacant by the gradua-
tion of Tompkins. Although Tomp-
kins was a star in his own right,
Lowery promises that Jewell will off-
set his loss.
Defense Also Strong
Defensively Lowery's 1932-23 edi-
tion seems to be of the same caliber
as the forward wall. Bill Williams
and Neil Gabler have the call over
the other candidates for the present
at least. Williams was a regular last
year, while Gabler's may be a new
face to many student hockey fans.
He starred in the 1927 season and
was captain-elect for '28 but did not
return to school in that year. His
return this fall was most pleasing to
Lowery who characterizes him as
having the experience that most col-
lege players lack.
Ted Chapman, who is out for foot-
ball will probably give Williams a
stiff battle for the right defense po-
sition. Mark Coventry and Tom
Stuart will also be available for de-
fense work, while Avon Artz, Walter
Curtis and George David will com-
pose a second forward line. Lowery
hopes to strengthen the team's only
weak spot before the first game on
Nov. 28 or 29 by finding a couple
substitute goalie.

By FRED A. HUBER, SUBSTITUTE
Since our sport editor is out of
town, ready to watch Michigan win
the Conference Football Title at Min-
neapolis this afternoon, we have
taken the liberty of substituting in
the matter of predictions.
Our Wolverines rate as the favor-
ites by approximately two touch-
downs. Severe weather in the Gopher
town may keep the score down but
the Wolves should come home the
winners.
Picking the remainder of the Big
Ten games is easy. Northwestern,
Purdue, Ohio State, and Wisconsin
should have little difficulty in turn-
ing in victories.
In the East the Yale-Harvard
game is the hardest one to choose.
Playing a hunch will make Yale our
choice, although their record is in-
ferior to that of the Crimson eleven.
The Eli has been coming along strong
of late however.
Another difficult game to predict
is the California-Stanford battle on
the West Coast. The edge goes to
Stanford, but the score, whether a
high one or low, should be quite close.
MID-WEST
MICHIGAN at Minnesota
OHIO STATE at Illinois.
WISCONSIN at Chicago
Indiana at PURDUE
Iowa at NORTHWESTERN
NOTRE DAME vs. Navy
Drake at IOWA STATE
U. of Detroit at MICHIGAN
STATE
OHIO U. at Ohio Wesleyan
NEBRASKA at U. of Oklahoma
U. of Kansas at KANSAS STATE
EAST
Harvard at YALE
West Virginia Wesleyan at ARMY
U. of PITTSBURGH vs. Carnegie
Tech
Syracuse at COLUMBIA
Oregon State at FORDHAM
Villanova at TEMPLE
HOLY CROSS at Manhattan
BUCKNELL at Georgetown
Marquette at W. & J.
LEHIGH at Lafayette
BOSTON COLLEGE vs. Boston U.
Penn Military Coll. at MUHLEN-
BERG.
r Massachusetts State at TUFTS
Springfield at RUTGERS
FAR-WEST
STANFORD at U. of California
U. of UTAH at Colorado Aggies
SOUTH
GEORGIA TECH at Florida
Georgia at AUBURN
Sewanee at TULANE
DUKE at North Carolina
Citadel at SOUTH CAROLINA

Promises In Meeting Of *... .
Powerful Rivals
LAFAYETTE, Ind., Nov. 18.-One
of the greatest games in the long
series of classic Purdue-Indiana grid-
iron struggles which have always, }
been noted for their spectacular up-
sets looms here today when Purdue's-
undefeated eleven tackles a Crimson
eleven of great potential power in a
game which places the Boilermakers'
title hopes at stake. Although In-
diana did not perform up to expec-
tations in the Illinois tilt, its impres-
sive showings against Michigan, Ohio
State and Iowa have definitely
stamped the eleven as one of the
outstanding combinations of the -
conference when playing in top form, An outstanding end in the Con-
and the boilermakers expect one of ference, Brad Robinson will be a
thb greatest battles of the year in serious menace to any aerial attack
an effort to retain their 1.000 mark. the Wolverines may use against his
On Indiana's last invasion of the team today.
Ross-Ade stadium the Hoosiers won
their first undisputed title to the Old
Oaken Bucket with a 7 to 6 triumph, Tilden Tennis
and seniors on the present Boiler-
maker eleven find themselves ready I
to exert every effort to chalk up a Star To A vain
victory this season to win an edge
over the Hoosier rivals in their three
years of competition. Give Exhibition
The Boilermakers will shoot the
same well balanced backfield combi- The Board in Control of Athletics
nation against the Hoosiers that has~
been clipping off yardage at a rapid yesterday announced that the Til-
gait all season, but Coach Noble den Tennis Tours would again visit
Kizer has no illusions regarding the Ann Arbor this winter. These ex-
Hoosier defensive strength that vir- hibitions are under the leadership of
tually stopped Michigan's attack, and ,Big Bill" Tilden, former Amateu
expects the battle of the lines to de- Champion and star Davis Davis Cup
termine the tide of victory.

Psi U, Theta Chi,
And Theta Xi Will
Contend For Title
Wii ith the annual interfraternity
dual swimming tournament, spon-
sored by the Intramural Department,
drawing to a close, there are still
three house teams, Theta Chi, Psi U,
and Theta Xi that remain in the run-
ning for the title.
The winner of the Psi U-Theta Xi
meet will gain the right to meet
Theta Chi in the final round. Judg-
ment being based on past perform-
ances, it is expected that Psi Upsilon
will swim against Theta Chi, with
the latter being favored to win the
title.

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Also in its closing stages is the
Interfraternity water polo tourna-
ment, which is now in its semi-final
round. The matches scheduled which
will qualify the finalists are Delta
Alpha Epsilon versus Theta Chi, and
Alpha Kappa Lambda versus Psi U.
Again Psi U and Theta Chi are fa-
vored to play in the final round
match, with the latter team being
given a slight edge over Psi U.

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Preponderance Of Tall
Players On Cage Squad
. Fourteen men, each six feet or
more in height, are listed in the try-
outs for Michigan's 1932-33 basket-
ball team, according to figures com-
piled yesterday by Coach Franklin
Cappon. They include: Capt. De-
Forest Eveland, Ivan Williamson,
captain of the 1932 football team;
Fred Petoskey, end on the gridiron
team; Francis Wistert, another line-
man on the grid squad; John Re-
geczi, substitute fullback; Gerald
Ford, second string center; Paul
Babcock, Dana Seeley, Fred Allen,
Alfred Plummer, Richard Scheer,
Harold Akerschoek, James Garner
and John Boden.
The tallest man on the squad is
Jim Garner, who stands six feet six
inches.
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Big Ten Standings

MICHIGAN . .. .4 0 0
Purdue........3 0 1
Minnesota......2 1 0
Wisconsin......2 1 1
Indiana.. ......1 1 1
Ohio State .....1 1 2
Chicago........1 3 0
Illinois .........1 3 0
Northwestern . . .1 3 1
Iowa..........0 3 0
Conference Games Today
Michigan at Minnesota
Illinois at Ohio State
Indiana at Purdue
Wisconsin at Chicago
Iowa at Northwestern

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player.
Last season the troup, including
Tilden, Albert Burke, well-known
European netman, and Emmet Pare,
brilliant young American, appeared
here, playing on a special floor in
the Field House. The match was well
attended.
The personnel of Tilden's troupe
is not known at this time but a num-
ber of outstanding players are prom-
ised, and the exhibition will again be
given in Yost Field House.
Although the date of the perform-
ance has not been set as yet, a defi-
nite time will be named in the very
near future.
What Time Is It?
Call
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