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3 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Minnesota-Iowa,

Ohio-Northwestern Games Feature Big

Ten Si

T oday's Games
May Determine
Big TenHopes
Upset Of Iowa Would Be
Michigan Hope In Race
For Championship
Coach Ossie Solem's Hawkeyes will
be on the spot this afternoon when
tle Hawkeyes buck up against a
young and tough Gopher eleven at
Minneapolis in the feature game in
the Big Ten.
With two victories to their credit
in the conference, the Hawkeyes will
be attempting to make it three
straight over Bierman's Minnesota
eleven. At the same time, the Go-
phers will be trying to prove that
their victory over the Pitt Panthers
last Saturday was no fluke.
Weight Versus Strategy
The game will be a battle of a pow-
erful and heavy Iowa machine
against a lighter, but more polished
opponent. Solem's line and back-
field will outweigh the Gophers by
several pounds, but Bierinan has de-
veloped two fine quarterbacks in Glen
Siedel and Babe LeVoir and their
generalship may more than offset the
superior power of ..the Hawkeyes.
Since 1891, the two teams have met
on the gridiron a total of 26 times.
Minnesota has been victorious in 18
of these battles, Iowa winning eight.
The last victory for the Hawkeyes
was in 1929 when they eked out a
9 to 7 win. In 1931 and 1932, the
Gophers were easy winners by scores
of 34 to 0 and 21 to 6. The Iowa
touchdown in last year's game came
in the waning minutes of the final
period.
Wildcats Attempt Comeback
At Columbus, the Wildcats of
Northwestern will be attempting to
make up for >a disastrous start
against Iowa in the first game of the
year by a victory over Ohio State.
Last week, Hanley's squad clicked for
the first time this year and crushed
Indiana, 25 to 0, and they should be
at their peak for today's contest.
Just what effect Michigan's bruis-
ing victory over the Buckeyes last
week has had will be demonstrated
today. The highly touted Ohio line
and backfield .met more than their
match in the Wolverines and the set-
back may demoralize them for the
rest of the season.
Purdue's gridders, .who were
somewhat checked by a tie with Min-
nesota two weeks ago, will be after
their second Big Ten victory over
Wisconsin. The Badgers were watch-
ing Dick Crayne too much last Sat-
urday and Joe Laws sneaked through
them to aid in an Iowa victory. But
Spears' outfit is by no means weak
and should give Purdue's "dozen
threat" backfield plenty of trouble
before the final gun sounds.
Coach Bob Zuppke of Illinois is

Varsity Cross
Country Team
Opposes State
Coach Ken Doherty sends his
cross-country team against a strong
Michigan State team this morning at
East Lansing in attempting to gain
his second win of the season, having
swamped Western State last week.
Doherty has named Captain Bob
Ostrander, Rod Howell, John Clarke,
Jack Childs, Dick McManus, Smith
and Lummond to start for the Wol-
verines.
The meet will be the first one for
Rod Howell, younger brother of Bill
Howell who ran the distances last
year, since he has not been able to
get into proper condition until this
week due to a recent illness.
Capt. Ottey Leads State
State is led by Capt. Tom Ottey,
who last spring gained an enviable
reputation for himself as a middle
distance runner. Ottey, who has been
off form in State's one previous meet
with Butler, has returned to form
and last week broke his own course
record for the four mile run in 20:38.
State supporters also received en-
couragement in the performances of
Otto Pongrace, who last year ran on
the formidable State two-mile relay
team, and Eddie Bechtold, sopho-
more ace, both of whom have upset
Ottey's old four-mile mark of 21:07.3.
Other members of the State team
will be John Hammer, Walter Hertz-
ler, Charles Dennis, Bob Gardiner
and Ralph Small.
GAME TO BE BROADCAST
The Michigan-Chicago game
this afternoon will be broadcast
over stations KYW and WGN,
Chicago at 3:00 p. m. Ann Arbor
time.
going to get an opportunity to scout
Michigan in their game with Chi-
cago at Stagg Field as the Illini are
not scheduled today. Indiana, who
has won one, lost two and tied one
so far this season, will also be idle.
M.S.C., Orange Tilt Close
In the other two games of impor-
tance in the Mid-West, Notre Dame
will be entertaining Pitt in their sec-
ond Western invasion in succession
and Michigan State will meet Syra-
cuse in one of the outstanding inter-
sectional games of the day.
Last Saturday, Syracuse managed
to defeat Cornell by a score of 14
to 7. The Wolverines defeated the
Big Reds, 40 to 0 and State 20 to 6.
By comparative scores, then, it looks
as though the Spartans were two
touchdowns better than the Eastern
outfit. Syracuse, however, is consid-
ered one of the strongest teams in
the East and the game at East Lan-
sing should be a thriller.

Game To Be Pictured By Grid Graph Board At Union Rams, On Home
AN AField, Favorites
CHIGANO aCHICAGO
4 Over Alabamans

Sport Program F
Women Is O tli

To day's Battles In East1
Will Eliminate Several
Undefeated Contenders"
Two games on today's Eastern grid
card stand out as "naturals" among
a host of battles that should do much
to clarify the National race.
"Sleepy" Crowley's Fordham Rams
will attempt to keep their slate clean
in a much-heralded battle with Ala-
bama's Crimson Tide. The former
Michigan State coach is counting on
Dankowsky, Fordham half, to sup-
ply the winning punch. Alabama, un-
defeated to date, has a well-coordi-
nated bunch of sophomores. The
Rams are given the nod by virtue
of playing at home.
Yale-Army Big Feature
Yale vs. Army is the other Eastern
giant killer on today's program. Cap-
tain Bob Lassiter will lead another
of the nation's undefeated elevens
against a determined service outfit
starring Jack Buckler and Captain
"Jabo" Jablonsky. The cadets are
slightly favored because of a superior
line.

Horse Show
Gymkhana, the annual fallrid
show, to be presented by co-ed ric
enthusiasts will take place this
ternoon at the Fair Grounds. A lE
group of riders of both sexes
perform for the spectators at2
p. m. Admission is free.
Intramural Hockey
Intramural hockey players h
concluded their second week of ro
robin competition. Several deci
victories were scored over sti
teams. Delta Gamma trounced K
pa Kappa Gamma, 6 to 1, in
most uneven game. Alpha Phi'
Chi Omega, 4 to 0. Martha C
broke into the win column after
ing Jordan, 4 to 1. Kappa Delta
Mosher fought to a 1 to 1 tie.
In a practice game preparator
their tournament games in Mich
and national championship races
Ann Arbor Hockey Club nosed
the seniors, 1 to 0.

A small edition of the Grid Graph is shown recording a theoretical play in today's game. The lighted
bulbs show that the ball is Michigan's on third down, 23 yds to go. The play is a forward pass, Petoskey to
Ward, who was tackled by Wells, left end for Chicago.
The figures on the miniature gridiron indicate the successive positions of the ball on each part of the
play. In the order shown here the ball was passed from center (1) to Petoskey who came around and passed
it from the 45 yd. line (2) to Ward on the 30 yd. line (3) Ward then advanced the ball to the 22 yd. line
where Wells downed him (4). The Grid Graph may be seen in the Union ballroom this afternoon, admission
25 cents.

DIAY

&. PDIAY

-By AL NEWMAN

Another Consensus ...
THE FOLLOWING IS THE Con-
sensus of opinion on the part of.
the five assistant sports editors re-
garding the outcome of Saturday's
big grid contests throughout the na-
tion; the name of the team predicted
to win will appear with the number
of votes out of a possible five:
Michigan (5) vs. Chicago
Iowa vs. Minnesota (3)
Northwestern vs. O. S. U. (5)
Purdue (5) vs. Wisconsin
Syracuse vs. M. S. C. (3)
Pitt (5) vs. Notre Dame
U. S. C. (5) vs. California
Carnegie Tech. (5) vs. W & J
Colgate (5) vs. Lafayette
Columbia (3) vs. Penn State
Fordham (5) vs. Alabama
Georgia (4) vs. N. Y. U.
Harvard vs. Dartmouth (3)
Holy Cross (5) vs. Brown
Navy (4) vs. Penn.
Princeton (5) vs. W & L
Stanford (4) vs. Washington
Yale vs. Army (4)
Tulane (5) vs. Auburn
Tennessee (5) vs. Florida

Duke (4) vs. Kentucky
G. Tech (5) vs. N. Carolina
Kansas State (5) vs. Kansas
U. of D. (4) vs. Marquette.
Lehigh (5) vs. Rutgers
St. Mary's (5) vs. Nevada
Temple (5) vs. Bucknell
Oregon vs. U. C. L. A (5)
Nebraska (5) vs. Oklahoma
* * *

JR. MARTIN AND MR. BIRD are
the big dissenters this week,
each differing from the Consensus
four times. The first tie prediction
of .the season was turned in by Bird,
who picked Dartmouth and Harvard
to end the game all even. This tie
predicting is pretty tough stuff since
if either team wins, you lose. How-
ever, if the prediction is correct, it
counts double.
I am forced to differ with the Con-
sensus myself. Personally, I cannot
feature Navy beating anybody this
year. . . even Penn. However, let it
go. Maybe I'm wrong aagin. And
I am also wondering about that se-
lection of Minnesota over Iowa. How-
ever, if that one is reversed, the Iowa
game looms as plenty tough for the
Wolverines, and I think it will be.

Sale Of Grove
And Other A's
Denied By Mack
PHILADELPHIA, Oct. 27. -(R)-
Old Man Rumor is again selling the
star performers of the Philadelphia
Athletics, but Connie Mack says the
buyers and traders have not taken
him in on the deals.
The latest reports have it that the
A's are selling Robert Moose Grove,
left-handed pitching ace, for $200,-
000; Second Baseman Max Bishop
and possibly another pitcher.
All during the last playing season
Connie Mack denied reports of the
impending sale of this or that player.
They included such other stars as
Catcher Mickey Cochran and Jimmy
Foxx, major Ieague home run king
and American league batting cham-
pion.
"There's nothing to the report
about Grove," said Mack. "Tomor-
row it will be somebody else. We'll
have our whole club sold before the
season starts. I hope they get plenty
of money for us in these trades. We
need it.
"I won't be put on the spot," said
Mack today commenting on all the
reports.

Georgia, undefeated, ranks as fa-
vorites over New York U's Violets.
The Red Raiders gained over 200
yards from scrimmage last week
while the Violets were losing to Col-
gate by one touchdown.
The Navy is on the skids this year
and will have nothing potent to
throw against Penn's strong outfit.
Holy Cross Given Edge
Brown is conceded to have a tricky
offense but experts say that Holy
Cross will beat them by sheer force
of numbers.
Dartmouth is handicapped by a
long casualty list this week-end but
is still given the nod over Harvard.
People are beginning to realize that
the Ramblers from South Bend ain't
what she used to be and are picking
them on the 'short end of scores
these days. Notre Dame will have to
click better than she has at any time
this year if she expects to beat Pitt,
at South Bend.
Ohio State Squad
Stands By Coach
COLUMBUS, O., Oct. 27.-()-On
the eve of their homecoming game
with Northwestern, 20 senior class-
men on the Ohio State University
football squad today issued a state-
ment attacking a State representative
and former Ohio assistant coach,
Grant Ward, and demanding he be
barred from broadcasting the game
over the school's station.
At the same time, the 20 players
expressed confidence in Head Coach
Sam Willaman and his staff. Yes-
terday Athletic Director L. W. St.
John also expressed, confidence in
Willaman's ability.
For the last two years Ward has
been conducting a campaign to oust
Willaman as director of football by
attacking his policies and coaching
ability. The campaign reached its
peak this week when, writing in the
Ohio State Journal, he criticized the
coaching staff for the team's failure
to defeat Michigan.
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