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CARDINAL WILL FIGHT TO KEEP
IN RACE FOR BIG TEN
HONORS
STEKETEE AND SUNDT
ARE KICKING RIVALS
Both Teams Are Powerful in OpenI
Field Play; Wet Grounds May ,
Hamper Speed
(By Charles J. Lewin)
Sport Editor the Daily Cardinal
Madison, Wis., Nov. 12.-A big Blue
football squad comes trooping out of
the East to do battle with eleven of
Wisconsin's best at 2:30 this after-1
noon on the Camp Randall gridiron.
Both Teams Ready
With one black mark of defeat
chalked up against it, and with one
Conference victory, the Michigan grid
team presents a powerful fighting
front to a Wisconsin squad which is
fighting to maintain its clean record
of wins, and its chances for a Big Ten
football championship. Broken by in-
juries in a Michigan Aggie prelimin
ary game, the Wolverines went down
before Jack Wilce's Ohio State com-
bination. Michigan's injured players
have recovered and are reported to be
in the best of condition for their game
with Wisconsin. Reports from the
Wisconsin stamping grounds indicate
that its team, also, is in tip top shape.
It will be a struggle between two
evenly-matched elevens both capable
of a powerful, almost irresistible of-
fense, both boasting a defense which
has stood the shock of the best for-
ward walls in the West today.
The Badgers and Wolverines can
vary their attack to play an aerial
game, an old style massed formation
plunging contest, or a combination of
these two styles of play. Two of the
best punters in the Conference will
match their toes today. Frank Stek-
etee, premier field goal kicker and
punter, is due to stack up against
Capt. Guy Sundt in a booting duel if
the two contending teams are unable
to gain consistently by carrying the
oval.
Wet Field a Handicap
A wet field today which means a
wet ball will be a distinct handicap
to the open game which Wisconsin
and Michigan choose to use at times.
But Wisconsin showed, in its decisive
victory over Minnesota, that a lighter
outfit could win on a sloppy field of
mud. Michigan will put up a strong-
er game than did the valiant North-
men. Speedier, and with a line lmost
as heavy as the Gophers,. Michigan is
a rival holding the key to Wisconsin's
championship hopes.
If the Wolverines come off the field
with victory in their possession, all
chance of a Badger title or tie for the
title will be lost. If the Badgers win
they will have Chicago to down before
any claim for championship honors
will be considered.
Dr. George E. Mickle
OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN
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SUNDAYS AND HOLIDAYS

Two Badger Quarters
For Wisconsin, it is a puzzle wheth-
er "Rollie" Williams or Gibson is bill-
ed to start as quarterback. Both
have been working out at the position,
and both are capable. Not until the
last minute will 20,000 rooters know
the Badger lineup. "Rowdie" Elliott
will hold down his old position at right
half with Capt. Guy Sundt at full-
back. If Williams pilots the eleven
Gibson will probably be seen at left
half.
The Wisconsin forward wall will.
remain the same as that which has
held three Big Ten teams scoreless.
"T" Gould and Tebell are slated to be
the wingmen. Brader and Brumm will
be at left and right tackle. Big Chris-
tianson and Hohlfeld, both in their
first year of Conference football, will
go at guard to flank center Bunge. It
is a powerful lineup which should
match in.strength with the best Mich-
igan can offer.

EASTERN CONTESTS
TO ATTRACT MANY
Although the 1921 football season is
slowly waning many important games
appear on today's schedule. Featuring
the eastern games is the annual, tra-
ditional Yale-Ainceton confab. Yale's
Bull Dog eleven, one of the five unde-
feated teams in the East, swings into,
action this afternoon fully determin-
ed to maintain its unsullied record at
the expense of the Tigers. Princeton,
on the other hand, although twice de-
feated this season, is not to be made
light of. The Tigers seemed to be a
rejuvenated team when they van-
quished the Crimson of Harvard, last
week and are out to further redeem
themselves in this, their ,final game of
the year. A bitter struggle is predict-
ed, with Yale slightly favored. How-
ever; in the last analysis, victory will
result-in the asserted superiority of
either the dogged grit of the Yale Bull
Dogs or the fighting spirit of the Tig-
ers.
Navy, conqueror of Princeton and
another of the five undefeated teams
on the Atlantic seaboard, tackles a
tough oppenent in Penn State. Bez-
dek's proteges have won all of their'
games save one, which ended in a 21-
21 tie with Harvard and should give
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