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GRIDIRON GOSSIP
(Continued from Page Three)
)Iinnesota.
iinneapolis, Minnesota, Sept. 29.-
Dr. Williams, veteran '_3opher grid
mentor is still shaking up his back-
fieid. Martineau, promising halfback,
was shifted from the first to the third
team. Olson and Brown alternated in
calling signals. Captain Tierney
whose eligibility is still in questeion
remained on the third squad. Johnson
and Gray who have been out due to
injuries returned to the first squad.
Oster's line plunging . pleased the
Gopher coach and he was retained at
fullback.

oit college. With neither a heavy nor
an experienced line to open holes or
a plunging fullback who can buck the
opponents forward wall for gains, Pit
is expected that the Purple's game
will be an aerial attack.;
PROF. G. C. GRISMORE RETURNS
AFTER YEAR AT HARVARD
Professor G. C. Grismore, of the law
school, recently, returned from Har-
vard where received his doctor's de-
gree after a year of study. Professor
Grismore received the Ezra Ripley
Thayer teaching fellowshin last v'ar
and secured a year's leave of absence
for study at Harvard. While at Cam-
bridge he took advanced work under
Dean Iound, of the law school.

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Purdue.
Lafayette, Indiana, Sept. 29.-Secret
practice was started,. at Purdue by
Coach Dietz, while the squad was put
through a strenuous drill. New plays
were tried out by the former Carlisle
player in preparation forthe Wabash
contest this Saturday. George Evers-
man, varsity quarter who was knock-
ed unconscious in practice Monday
night, is still in the hospital but will
recover and will be back on the grid-
iron in a week.
Indiana.
Bloomington, Indiana, Sept. 29.--
Coach Stiehm used the ghost ball -for
the first time this year at Indiana
Secret practice has also been inaugur-
ated by the Hoosier head which indi-
cates that he has already begun to
point his team -for the intersectioial
contest with Harvard on October 9.
Gene Thomas, varsity halfback, who
has been on the injured list, returned
to the field and will be used in the
Kalamazoo game this week end.
Chicago.
Chicago, Illinois, Sept. 29.-Chicago
will take the field against Northwest-
[i111L ern Saturday reinforced by three sets
of backs all of Big Ten calibre. Coach
G Stagg may not keep the same four
men in during tle whole game with
such a plentiful supply of backs. Zorn,
a sophomore weighing 178 is said to
be one of the most finished, backs who
ever stepped upon Stagg field. Zori is
a sturdy defensive man, can hit the
line and can throw a pass like a bul;
let. Thomas, a 18 pound back who
steps the 100 in 10 1-5, has great
possibilities. Moecher and Hermes,
the latter a regular on the 1918 S. A.
T. C. team, who has been out for two
seasons because of bad legs, is hitting
the line well. Timme who played fine
footballagainst Michigan and Wiscon-
sin last fall ranks as a third rater on
the squad now. Romney will direct
the play from quarter. Cole, another
former star may be seen at one half
along with Pyott, although Hurlbut
and Zorn may break in. With a
strong line and three 50 yard punters
Coach Stagg is polishing up the'team
for Saturday's clash.
- Northwestern.
Evanston, Illinois, Sept. 29.-Coach
Elmer McDevitt is Grilling his eleven
td remedy the mistakes and weak
spots which were evident in Satur-
11 .day's game when N. U. bowed to Bel-

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