for the Chicagoans, I
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;ht Name Potiton - Name
Dunne ...............LE............... Halladay
Goetz (Capt.) ..........L.T............... Jackson
Hamilton ..................................... Reber
W ilson ................R.G............ .... Swenson
Dunn "........... ......R.T.......Higgins (Capt.)
Sparks............... Q.B................. Graham
' Weston.............. L.H.................Cole
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,whether Jackson or McGuire would
start, but later reports indicate that
the former will go in. McGuire is a
big man and would have added quite
a lot of weight to the line.
Weight About Equal
The two teams should be about even-
'ly matched as to weight.
However the contenders"' f'or the.
honors today compare, both will fight
'and it looks.as though the battle will
resolve itself into a question as to
which team will scrap the hardest
and longest with the fewest let-ups in
Yost and the team have gone Stagg
hunting. They intend to come back
with the venison, too.
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FARELL'S HILL AND DALE fEAM
TO COMPETE AT (Continued from Page One).
LANSING his wall greatly. The improvement in
...--- Peach's injury and his return to form
Michigan's cross country team will is; in itself of great value. If Waffle
have its first test of the season in repea'ts his performances of pre-war
the state meet at Lansing today. The days the Maroon interference will
caliber of Coach 'Farrell's men is an meet with some difficulty on the right
unknow,/w.quantity-.and the degree of flank. Fortune has shown himself
succes which this year's' hill and able to go through the line besides
dale team may be expected to achieve being a strong defensive guard, and
Will' be largely reckoned from their his weight will help the center of the
showing against the harriers of the line.
othr Mchian ollges .Hamilton' to Start at Center
other Michigan colleges. '
Schimmel, Burkholder, Earle, Pen- Hamilton, who probably has the call
berthy, Maynard, and Joseph will rep- for the pivot position today, is an!
resent the Maize and Blue. ,.The first !unknown quantity to the campqs at
wo named are counted on to do the large, but he has a reputation of be-
best work for Michigan. Schimmel, al- 'ing a hard and .gre tackler as well
though a senior, had done little run- as a good passer at center. This abil-
ninguntil this year because of the ity inay allow Gus Goetzto remain on
trouble which he has had from fall- the line In defense with Hamilton and
ing arches. Burkholder ran the half Vick backing the wall. It appar-
mile on the track team last, spring ently doesn't make any difference just
and has had considerable experience where Gus plays, he generally man-
in this line.. agep to be where the play is going
Team Inexperieneel anyhow,so that if Haniflton backs up
IEarle, the third man oi1 the squad the line the defensive strength of the
has never done any. cross country team aught to be augmented.
or'k, but he was out for the=mile last Most of the dopesters of the va-
emester. Penberty rdt Joseph are rious newspapers round about have
both new menbeatthe runniogs game. been claiming that the' team .with a
bothynew men wa the unedn ame 'line that can outcharge the opposing
Maynard, Who was counted on as one wl hudwn nta ae 1
of the team's mainstays, :has not 'wa tshould win. , In that case, al
shown up as well as it' was hoped, though the strength of the Chicago
He is not yet back to his pre-war ith an improved line and barring any
fokrns who, by reason of finishing acdents, Michigan should have a
Lkn h , slight advantage in this department.
fourth in the 'time trials last Satur- Jdig ,o n th is dearoon
day, was scheduled to .go to Lansing Judging on the basis of tlie Maroon
day, not bscedule to go to Lanring performance against Illinois there is-
will niot -be ale'0make the trip. n't a' whole lot of ginger in the Mid-4
Coach Farrell and his men are way linemen when on offense end un-
leaving 'this wnorning at 7:48 o'clock less they have shown considerable im-
and expect to return ths evening. provemnent recently they are liable to
The race *111 be run early in the find themsel'ves: unable to make any
afternoon..As in all hill and dale runs, serious impression on their immedi-
the first man in will score one point, ate opponents.
the second two and, so on, the team ' Yost Thinks Chances Even
laving the lowes score winning.
Time Tr Next Tuesay Yost seemed to think during the
There are tiee or four Imen out past week that the two teams are
for the :team who are not yet in fairly evenly matched, taken as a
shape. These runners wllV have a whole, and that the game will be very
chance to try for tie tea i next Tues- liJely to go to the eleven that puts
day afternoon. If any Qf them suc- up the hardest fight. Predictions would
ceed In finishing ahead of the six men be out of order from almost anybody.
now re(resenting the Uiversty they The Chicago backfield boasts ; no
will .ta e their places on the team. scintillating stars but is a good fast
combination with plenty of, drive.
They may have more than can be seen
a ePon their records to date, as a back-
Coach Iitchel, .#io is now in- field, no matter how strong, can do
tramural director, is planning on con- little without a good line to hold un-
ducting an interclass 'cross country til the play gets under way and to
meet next Saturday morning. The open holes.for plunges. Hanisch, the
first six men from each class 'will Maroon full back, is a hard-hitting
score, the team having the lowest man, Graham is a kicker, while Elton
score winning the meet. The indi- has proved to be the most consistent
vidual winner will receive a cup. gainer. On the line Captain Higgins,
like Angus Goetz, is a tackle and
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