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Macs Hopeful of Defeating Hamline in Homecoming Clash Saturday. Yost Asserts Minnesota Is 'Hardest Hitting Team in Slab of Bacon Becomes Gopher-Badger Tropin Win Brockmeycr, MacDougal. Brownell. Mandcrs to Start in Backficlcl. WheelerReturns to Lineup With Veteran Tackle-Sentiment for Wieman.

Hugh S. Fullei lon, Anorlttfd Prni Sporti Writrr. New York, Nov. 13. Two years ago a new name flashed across the pages of eastern football news as Southern Methodist university, a led by Army as an The MacaloNter college baslretball team will be by Allan Uow-ans, head gridiron tutor this sa-son, it became known Thursday.

He will succeed Kd Meke, former Pt. Paul Mechanic Arts coach, who was at the head of the Maornen last year. Cowans coached basketball at lift Moines university prior to coming to M.nale.ster ahd turned out tever-al scrappy teams. He plans to give the football athletes a rest after the final game with Hamline Saturday until December 1. A number of players, including Doha and Peterson, and another athlete who followed Gnwans to Dee Moines, have started informal workouts.

Alternate Backfield Quartet Will Present Aerial Threat in Game. H.v handler I Thirty-three I'nn ei-ity of Minnesota football players. th cheers of a pepfest croud ringing In their entrained Th-irdar night for Ann Arbor, where they attempt to wrest the Little Prown early season rival which would give ths Cadets a little good practice, came to Point with a brilliant passing game hat forced a fine Army foam tr Ae iia hen St. Thomas and St.

14-13 count, Since then the Mustangs have held their high national rating by finishing a good second in the Southwest conference last year and by springing a similar surprise on Notre Dame early this season, forcing the Ramblers to put on a bit of steam to win by a 20-14 score. come 10 k'iijh naLuiiutj ouriiiwii St. Thomas field in their annual contest a game in. which dope means nothing and no quarter is asked these two Tommy stars of the past three years will be playing their final game of football for the Tur-ple and Gray. Tommy Antil.

right, who is captain of the St. Thomas team this year, is ranked as one of ft "-v 4 HtBI PNJ: V'v This week, Southern Methodist the best fl.mkman in the state, andjagttin ventures into the east, meet- Jug from a i-lianipionslnp-hniinnt Mit-higan squad Satm-lay. The, boys exuded quiet confidence hat was horn of two week of Die. smoothest that ha been the of observers to watch a'! 'Joe Gophers may not bring ti IhN.wti Jug. but -f the 'Wolverines ictain tlie hoary trophy they wii! know they have i-een in a football Polish Ip Attack.

The Maroon mul Gold PH'Ja'l boarded buses in the fieldhouse, oound for St. Paul station, after iivo hours of rehearsal on new plays iesigne.d to penetrate the stubborn Michigan goal defense, and a brush-n? up on defensive tactics to thwart attack of Harry Newman and his crowd. The Minnesota band and ti crowd of the faithful -were on hand nith music and cheers. Then the Irises pulled out behind the sirens of an escorting St. Paul police car.

During the final workout, Fritz Crisler and his aids supervised three elevens in signal drill. The teams romped through the entire repertoire Ann Arbor, Nov. 13. Even newspapermen were barred the first time in three years as Coach Harry Klpke drove his Michigan title-seekers through a three-hour secret session today in polishing off for Minnesota's invasion Saturday. Just what the Wolverines did remains a mystery, but It is certain that Coach Klpke must feel far more apprehension about the coming struggle than he wa wont to indicate earlier in the week.

It was rumored that the coach devoted most of his time today toward developing some new pass plays for Gopher consideration. That, however, didn't appear likely since the squad had, up until today, only one day of defense work against the Minnesota attack system. That Coach Kipke and in fact, Fielding II. Yost regards the Maroon and Gold rs a serious threat to Wolverine title hopes, was made evident today. Asked the why of Kip-ke's change of policy, Yost mused: "Hmmm.

That Minnesota bunch is a hardest hitting, toughest going team in the country. I don't know why 'Kip' didn't want newspaper men to watch practice but I guess he must be doing something pretty secret. Hmmm." Jack Wheeler, forced to remain on the sidelines most of the week returned to his regular halfback post when practice opened todR.v, snd trainers report he will be in there Saturday. There was some speculation about his condition, but today's event settled the question. The whole squad is in the best shape of the season.

All of the cripples have returned to form. Including Tom Samuels, veteran tackle, and there should be no alibis forthcoming' If the Gophers perform the unexpected. If the Wolverines are stopped In the air, Coach Kipke has given every Indication that he will substitute Charles "Mutt" De Baker, sophomore halfback flash, for either Cap- has had the honor of leading a team that is a certainty to gain at least a tie for the state conference championship. He also will captain the St. Thomas basketball team this winter, being one of the few athletes to lead the midway school In two sports.

My Ion Sheehan, left guard for three years, is not as big as a lineman is supposed to be but he has held down a regular job, and will be sorely missed when another year rolls around. mi 'Mention IF IF ing Navy in one of Saturday's leading Intersectional battles. The Mustangs have a good record although they were beaten by Notre Dame and Texas. When Indiana ventured into the southwest, they gave the Hoosiers a 27-0 beating and last week they downed Texas A. M.

The Midshipmen, after a poor start of the season, found themselves against Trinceton for a 31-0 victory only to slip back and lose to Ohio State. They believe that was only a temporary slip, however, and expect to make it a real battle Saturday. Another stranger to the east is St. Mary's of California, which plays Fordham at New York. The Galloping Gaels from the Taclflo coast are expected to bring as much color and a better team to meet the undefeated easterners.

Against this list of newcomers this week is an array of old rivalries which total 227 years of football among teams of major Importance, rrlnceton and Yale have been meeting nearly every year for 57 seasons. Williams and Amherst have 46 years of rivalary behind them. The of Gopher plays, new ones worked; Miller Hockey Club Purchases Joe Stark out for Wolverines and variations of old ones that have been with success so far this sea son. Between times, a freshmen team, under the direction of Sis H-rrls, who has scorned four of game this year, pave a demonstration of favorite Wolverine formations. Gophers at Full Strength.

Divan and arren Finally Agree on Price for Star St. Paul Goalie. RIFLES ALL THE LEADING MAKES FOR DEER HUNTING ALSO Cartridges Hunting Clothing AND OTHER Equipment Kennedy Bros. Sporting Good I Eicluiivtty 326 NICOLLET AVENUE Tbe Gophers have their full strength for the Michigan game! aci will present the strong-j Colgate-Syracuse series dates back they have est I.nejp that De Baker, for 39 years, Cornell 30, Washington I tain Simral or Wheeler. caJ year.

r.e nrst and Jefferson-Bucknell 29 and Har-ii by all odds the flashiest open field vard-Holy Cross 26. Football Kames have been goinsr on between the universities of Minnesota and' Wisconsin ever since 1890, long reaching- that x-clusiveness known as "traditional," but with never a trophy for the winner with which he might proclaim his conquest. So Wednesday the Gophers selected this trophy and promptly challenged Wisconsin to take it outof their in the coming engagement November 22. The mblem, for which Gopher and Badger are expected to fight viciously a they have over the last four decades, is a slab of bacon. The bacon, however, for the sake of permanence and for convenience, is not true bacon, but was made from black walnut wood with suitable designs god inscriptions for the football occasion.

The General Alumni association decided to use it as a trophy and hopes for concurrence from Wisconsin. The slab of bacon was carved from black walnut by Dr. K. R. Fouch, a Minneapolis dentist and Minnesota alumnus of the of 1914.

It is two feet long and one foot wide, has a raised football in the center, the word "Bacon" at each end, and the initial reversible to a when the alab is turned the other way, placed on the football. When Wisconsin beats Minnesota in football, the bacon will hang in the Badger trophy case with the right side up. A Minnesota victory will keep the trophy in the Gophers' possession, but turned the other way to make it read it f.eM. it was indicated in the f.r; practice. wul fee competed cf ar.i.i Brown- By Imn Rudick.

Minneapolis will have one of the outstanding goal tenders of the American Hockey league minding its nets In the approaching campaign. Coach Nip Dwan of the Miller hockey club announced Thursday the outright purchase of Joe Stark from the St. Paul club owners. The deal was completed Thursday morn- the halves. Captain Win; at carter '-sick and.

Usir at faUhack. Ti'i is' st offensively i citat fcas been used'' runner on the squad, but his defense work has not been quite up to par. He Is a six-footer, weighs less than 170 pounds, and potsesses a rapid change of pace Considerable local interest centers on the battle between the rival lines. Since Elton E. "Tad" Wieman has had the Gopher forward wall at his command, and especially since he has probably apprised the Oophert OVERALLS PROVE GOOD LUCK OMEN TO IOWA ELEVEN Mount Pleasant, Iowa, Nov.

13. (P) Overalls to Sigurd Sand-berg, Iowa Wesleyan's 196-pound tackle, are his team's good luck omen. Before each game the Tigers have played at home in the last two years, Sandy lias donned his denim suit. Not once In that time has Wesleyan met defeat here. Such faithfulness deserves reward, said Sandy when the Tigers left for Davenport to meet St.

Ambrose in a game which might have tossed Wesleyan out of the state pennant race. He took his overalls along, memory still vivid of a 19 to 0 defeat the Tigers re-ceived when Sandberg's overalls didn't go to Grlnnell in the first game of the season. The' Tigers won, 40 to 6, and Sandy immediately announced that never again would his blue outfit be left at home. t-l at Brxk- Kit: LEGO 1 halfback ir.g following a disagreement t-e acainst the Wednesday between Dwan and AI Warren, of St. Paul, with whom the local coach dealt, over the price, i When Stark will report here Dwan of Michigan favorite plays, campus rts.

'ti has a personal v. assist C-aeh Harry cane into his own in dash to a TEXACO GOLDEN MOTOR OIL comment has it that the Maroon and te tl.3 touch' AI Defends Lightweight Crown for First Time Since Beating Mandell. Gold wall will give everything to wn asainst vindicate Wienian's refusal to quit' 20c Ai r.RAnrts Willi. IT LASTS head coach here when he wss re-, coaches and managers, left here tonight for lows City, whet Iowa will be met on the gridiron nested to do so two years sgo. He 1 rnt with that per-j formaneo, toppinx off some flashy; work earlier in the season, that he! is a budding star.

W.ln Brockmeycr to carry the ball on his pet off KOI.LINS STATIONS was unable to say, dui ne is xo gei into immediate touch with the player, wire his transportation and have him here as soon as Stark can arrange to get away. Stark is at his home In Toronto, where it is reported he has been keeping in condition by skating on the various artificial rinks there. here still Is a lot of favorable sen- i ment toward "Tad" hereabouts. Reports today had It that Satur-1 day's struggle woud witness the first ull house at the stadium this sea-; son. Minus temporary oieacners me New York-, Nov.

13. IP) Young AI Singer, who won himself a lightweight championship by knocking out Sammy Mandell last summer, will carry the crown into battle for the first time tomorrow night In a 15-round match with Tony Canzoneri in Madison Square Garden. Singer's defense of the 135-pound title will mark the first title go In the class staged Indoors here since The Most Enthusiastic Boosters for ARKANSAS GOLF FIENDS PLAY 54 HOLES FOR TITLE Little Rock, Nov. 13. (IP) One thing golf teaches It perseverance.

It was the outstanding feature of a match at the Shrine Country club yesterday. John Collier and Dr. E. M. Hudson started an lS-hole match In the second flight of the club championship tournament.

It ended at the fifty-fourth hole with Collier one up. stands seat 72,000. More than FRQSH PERS 000 pasteboards have already been tackle plays, Jack Manders to smash -the line and threaten with end runs, Brownell to block serve as a constant threat as a ball carrier, nnd MacDougal a3 a potential touchdown maker every time he is smuggled Into an open field, the Gophers present the most versatile attack of the season. As an alternate backfield combina. eold.

Dwan last saw Stark two weeks ago in Torento and at that time he had not been on skates as yet this season. He informed the Miller coach, however, that he would report in condition to any club that purchased his services, intimating Tulane-Georgia Benny Leonard whipped Ritchie Mitchell in the old garden years ago. Bon Art Clothes Tilt Tops Play in Lnder financial conditions existing hree Regulars Will See Last the fight game today, however, Southern Loop despite the drawing powers of the Action With Hamline Elev two local favorites, gate receipts are Georgetti, Brocardo not expected to exceed The en Saturday. that he was ready to settle down to the serious business of getting into condition shortly after he talked with Dwan. Stark first saw service in this league two seasons ago with St.

Paul. He was an untried youngster, but wiUing and toward the end of the campaign developed Into a great goalie. Last season he performed in brilliant style and even with a loose defense ahead of him, proved a harM man to score on. Green Wave Seek to Finish Singer-Mandell affair, staged in the Arm th Mtn and Young Mn Who Woar Thtm Yankee stadium, drew better than Take Bike Race Lead Chicago, Nov. 13.

IP) Franco Two hours of intensive scrimmage Second Undefeated Conference Season. 1150,000. gainst the freshmen constituted the The mental rather than physical tion, with an aerial threat, Crisler will have Rues l.eksell at fullback, Hcte Somers and Clint Ulebeth at the halves and Walt llass at quarterback. These lads, with speed and passing ability, may be able to crash the Michigan defense if their mates fail. 'With the two slippery speed merchants, MacDougal and Riebeth, used alternately, Crisler will be able to take advantage of a tiring defense to get one of his aces loose.

Line Virtually Intact. The Minnesota line, disrupted by tfjuries two weeks ago, will be at its full strength Saturday. AI Krezowski, still nursing a back Injury, will be able to start at one end, ith W'hitey Nelson, mid-season sophomore find, at. the other flank. Georgetti and Paul Brocardo, the condition of the youngsters per Italian pair, raced Into a tie for first place with Roger de Net and plexes the wise ones who whisper Atlanta.

N'ov. 13. VP) This Sat nal strenuous session of the Ha nine university football team in prep-ratlon for Its final tilt of the sea urday's southern football headllner the odds on tomorrow's night's bat Adolf Chai-lier, Belgian duo, for first Minneapolis, especially, found him difficult to beat, even after the the Tulane-Georgia tilt is attract tle. Singer, after knocking out Man ing widespread speculation. dell in a round, tackled Jimmy Mc place in Chicago's twenty-fourth International six day bicycle race shortly before the 9 o'clock sprints Miller forwards had cleared the de son, against Jlacalester Saturday, Today will be given over to a light signal drill.

Tulane Is seeking to finish out a Larnln, the Vancouver belter, in an fense and rushed directly into the overweight match, and was himself second season undefeated inside the conference and retain the 1929 cham Nearly the entire period saw the goalie. The purchase price was not an mttered senseless. The crltlics fear tonight. Both teams hail covered 1,554 miles, nine laps at the end of 98 hours of riding. The Jamming varsity on the offense, arresting line thrusts, outbacks and passes against that Singer, just turned 21, may pionship.

Georgia boasts intersectional triumphs over Yale and New nounced, but it in believed to have been several thousand dollars. Stark have been "spoiled" by that defeat. onlght ended when Tony Heckman the yearling aggregation. Five other ends Royal liar- Vork University, but was held to a Canoneri, net yet 23, still Is such The fullback position is the great tie by Florida. a veteran in point of action that the ami Marcel Guimbretier crashed to the track.

Neither was seriously injured, however. Forty-two laps were est problem for Coaches Herman becomes the outright property of the local outfit, thus leaving the Saints without a goal tender for next season should they re-enter the league Preparations are being made at ring wise believe his best days are Drill and Wayne Kakela to solve. Willi Harold Pulkrabek definitely behind him. He lost the decision gained, bringing the total for the Nashville, to entertain a huge crowd for the time honored Vandnrhllt-Tennessee struggle. in Mandell's last successful title de week to 424.

out of the lineup for Saturday, the old Anderson, IHllner, Rrad Robinson and Jake Olilsen were with the squad, indicating the de-pendance Crisler Is placing upon his fiankmen tor offensive and defensive purposes. Paul Berry and Tat Boland, in fine condition, will start at the tackles, with Clarence Munn and Bob Reinsert at guards. Munn is expected to fense and was beaten a few months as they conlcniplate doing. Bert Taylor, the goal tender working in the Miller nets during prac iper mentors have "been alternating Sewanee leaves tonight for Colum ago by Billy Tetrolle, of Fargo, K. Tihlstrom and C.

Sherman at bia, S. to meet the Gamecocks St Mary's Scrimmage D. He has rested for the past few that post. lice at the arena, will be retained until Stark reports. What disposal months, however, and seems In splen of South Carolina and a crippled Georgia Tech team arranged a noon The of the lineup is expected did condition.

forTommy Grid Battle Dwan then will make of Taylor Is to flrjd Captain M. Hove and U. Mc- departure for Philadelphia to tangle unknown at present, but he un Almost two years ago, Canzoneri Nish at the ends, R. Hynes and Jer with Pennsylvania. Winona, Nov.

13. Head doubtedly will be cast adrift unless and Singer met here for the first genson at tackles, R. Vacura and W. Stung by defeats by Alabama and coach T. Kfcemp has given his a deal can be made for his services.

time and the match was declared W'lIUams at the "guard posts, E. King Duke the Kentucky wildcats are Redmen two strenuous scrimmages draw, although most of the crltlics at center, W. Woodrich at quarter, Several other members of the Miller outfit will feel the ax in against St. Thomas plays, and from play an important factor in the Gopher scheme of things, with his superb kicking and ability to do oth. er things from a punt formation, Reihsen, with a chronically bad ankle, may not be able to play the entire game, but he will have competent reserves in Klmer Apmann, Jim Dennerly, Alvin Tetter and mobilizing their full force for Virginia Military at Lexington, Ky.

gave Tony a wide edge on points. I. Crosgrove and A. Manella at left the next few days as Dwan Is anx now on will taper his men with light workouts In preparation for the Tom and right halves, respectively and Florida has a complete crew ready ious to redirce his squad to sizable either Sherman or Tihlstrom at full my tilt Saturday. numbers.

By the end of the week Stuhldreher Proud for Clemson at Jacksonville. Alabama Is favored over Louisi Three regulars on the team will On the basis of this season's rec only about a dozen Millers will be be lost to the Pipers for next year ana State. ord, St. Thomas should be favorites available. Including the three players Father of Bahy Boy to win.

They defeated Gustavus, through graduation. Captain Hove, end and Manella and Cros held at the border by the American MISSISSIPPI COLLEGE TO to 0, while St. Mary's was defeated Immigration officials. These players Philadelphia, Nov. 13.

Harry grove, halfbacks end their work on its --Overcoats by Gustavus, 13 to 0. The Redmen are expected to be admitted to Use PLAY IN MEXICO IN 1931 the riper eleven with Macalester. Stuhldreher, one of the famous Four have gone a long way since their United States shortly. They will re Horsemen of Notre Dame, is the Marshall Wells. Lloyd Stein will! start at center, with Allen Teeter leady to serve as relief man.

Trisler I'iiUs Squad. Included in the list of players Crisler chose for the Michigan trip were backfield men and 21 line-inert, They are: Earks AI Arsonault, Captain Win Erockmeyer, Pill Brownell, alt and early season game with Gustavus Jackson, Nov. 13. (IP) port here immediately after they are proud father of a son, Harry, and will be a far better team tomor St. Paul Pugilist released.

arrived today at the GermantowTJ Mississippi college, which last week defeated the University of Mexico here In their second engagement, will row. hospital. "He'll lie a quarterback," With the entire squad in excel was the comment of the former Piper Coach Issues Sued for Divorce Mickey MeDonough, 24-year-old football star. Stuhldreher Is head lent shape for their most Important contest of the year, St. Mary'a is counting on a victory.

The team football coach at Villa nova college, send Its football team below the Rio Grande next year to again face Reginald Root's squad at Mexico City on December 1931. The teams First Call for Cagers St. Paul boxer, made a prize ring of his home, his wife asserted In a pe Hutton, newly appointed bas first met there last year. In both will be supported by the student body, as this game has been designated as the student trip. Johnny Hans, Paul Kli Russ sell.

Jack Manders, Ken MacDougall, Pete Eomers, Clint Rleheth and Sam Swartz. Linemen Klmer Apmann, Harold Anderson, Taul Berry, Pat Roland. Jim' Dennerly, Mervln Dillner, Ken KENTUCKY WESLEYAN INVADES WEST POIN tllion for divorce filed today In Ranr meetings the Mlssisslpplans have ketball coach at Hamline university issued his first call for candidate sey county district court In St. Taul rolled up sizable victories. The third Hie 'w Ife, Mrs.

Irene MeDonough, Value That Defy Comparison! Here are hand-tailored clothes that have the atyl the feel the fit and appearance of high priced garment priced in atrict conformity with today's lowered woolen prices, which makes them the season's most outstanding values. Hundreds of th very latest suit and overcoat creations to select from insur a perfect fit lasting satisfaction regardless of your six or (hap. Select your Thanksgiving Outfit Now! Winchester, Nov. 13. VP) Wednesday.

Ten men, Including clash was announced as the Alex NEBRASKAAND PITTSBURGH alleges her puglllstlo husband black- i.yie Graves and C. McGregor let- ened her eyes on several occasion Kentucky Wesleyan's Panthers left here today for West Point, where they will play Army at foot leans left here for San Antonio Texas, where Saturday they play St RENEW GRID AGREEMENT termen, reported, football men who and mauled and beat her. 1U report Monday are Captain II Mary's college. MeDonough now is In Jail await Lincoln, Nov. 13.

(Extension of football relations between rosgrove and II. MeNisli, regulars Gay, Royal Hoefler, Howard Kroll, Clarence Munn, Karl Nelson, Howard Nichols, Jake Ohlsen, Bradbury Ilonlnson, Bob Reihsen, AI Krezow-akl, Lloyd Btcln, Allen and Alvin Teeter, Marshall Wells and John Vallgora. ing trial on charges of carrying con of last season. A. Manella and A.

IOWA EASES DRILL. the University of Nebraska and the University of Pittsburgh was an Eelden. cealed weapons. The trial is set for Monday, Iowa City, Iowa, Nov. 13.

VP) A nounced her today by Athletic Dl The boxer end his wife were mar alight easing up marked today's drill The Minnesota squad will reach for the University of Iowa gridmen rector H. D. Glsh. Under a new two-year contract, Glsh said, Pitt ball Saturday. The squad, com-posed largely of sophomores realizing they will be outweighed and outclassed, had hopes only of keeping the score down to a respectable margin.

Wesleyan's record has been far from successful this year, but a single score against the Army grid-ders would win more acclaim for the team than any number of scalps of its usual opponents. Rockne to Organize ried In September, 1928. They have a son, Michael, Jr. The varsity practiced running back will play here In mid-November in 1932, the Huskcrs going east the kick and passing and had a dummy scrimmage In preparation for Penn learn for Benefit Til Chicago at 8:45 a. m.

today, leave fftrtAnn Arbor at 8 a. and In another hour reach TpsllantI, where they will work nut this afternoon and stay over night. Students' State Saturday. That frequent aub New York, Nov. 13.

Wj-Knub following year. The present con tract, expiring In takes Ne braska to Pittsburgh for a Thank Heavv stltutlons will probably be made In i.ockne assured Mayor Walker Suits All wool, pah-g long lnnt. Nines 14 to 2" the Hawkey backfield was Indicated ew iorK over the lone disinnn. giving day game next year. Niggerhetdt SO inches lung giinrsnleeil Kayon IIiiIiiiib, teiepnone irom South Bend toda In practice today, seven back-field men being used.

HOLD OtT RKGI LAUS. The first meeting of Virginia and MAROON ATHLETES TO HAVE $700,000 FIELD HOUSE Chicago, Nov. IIP) The University of Chicago will have a new field house for its Ahtletes. Dsns for the new structure, to be built at a cost of $700,000, were outlined at a dinner last night, it will Hint he would definitely assemble Hockey Scores PENN STATE ENTRAINS $1 0.85 $1 7.85 learn of former Notre Dame football stars and tend them Into action 14 Kentucky was severely criticized as botji teams held out their best men, Vlrflnla preferring to wait for the TcolIetAve against the New Tork Glints here FOR IOWA GRID TILT State Nov, 18. VP) The New Penn State football party constating of II Slayer with their WEBER TO BR REGULAR.

Joe McCarthy expects to carry Bill Weber, Duke university shortstop, at a regular next aeaion. Detroit Falcons, New lorl Hangers, 0. 'N. V. Americans, Toronto, London, Pittsburgh, 0.

Maryland game, snd Kentucky hold on 13 In game for th large enough to accommodate lrg tack Its strength for Alabama. nenent i the iinempbij spectator..

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