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ARMY P1NrJGGRIP Y1FAR RAAD: INOVER TIAXSA TIEER'

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' NOTRE DAME FOOTBALL
CHANCES PPEAR BRIGHT
COACH ROCK''E HAS WE~ALTHL OF
IMATE~RIAL INCLUD1ING YVET-
ERAN BACKS
That Notre Dome will have a grid-
iron machine as representative as
those that have made her a leader in.
Midwest football during the past 20
years, is the opinion of those critics'
who have viewed the team in its ear-
lier stages. While the, team is lighter
than the elevens which for the last
two years went through tough sched-
ules undefeated, Coach Rockne seems
to, be well pleased with the material
and the response- that he and Walter
Halas and Roger Kiley, his assistants,
are getting from the promising squad.
Although the team will not be com-
posed of veterans, Gus Desch, the
hurdler, Paul Castner, one of the best
kickers in the country, Frank Thom-
as, playing' his third year and Joe
Bergmnann will present. a backfield
that will cause no end of trouble to
the Army, Georgia Tech. and Nebras-
ka.
Capt. Glenn Carberry, and Tim Mur-
p~hy will hold down the wings, Tom
Lieb, conference champion discus
thrower, and Forrest Cotton appear
to have the call on the tackle posi-
tions. Ed. Degree, Ifarry B~rown, Neil
Flynn, and Eugene Oberst are battl-#
ing for the guard berths- Bob Reagan,
a little 158 pounder, is leading the
race for the pivot job, his accurate
passing being finely adapted to the
famous shift. The shift is going
splendidly, tlic players getting the pro-
per swing and are coming to a per-

ceptible lhalt beforeC the iciall i ]1--
ped. The linesmeinhae en ie
long drills in blockigadcagm
In last Saturdays gm.lte(i>~l
ed too much haste in lea;vin_ tei. i
sitions after the ball wa.s pard n
allowed the backs to ;enxl> efr
they even reached thescimgln.

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iye line and can be correetelwit
practice. Coach 3 ockne will hv
frontier of capable if p ay rs a d f s ,areri cn -
field that will gain ;roundl ?z:st:an
line in the country.
While his team will not beclsd
this year among the truly great nevI(-
erthelcss followers of Notrye I~)ame (inl
1x assured of a team that vill:win
n tofits ,games. In tact teout--
loeok is as bright as could be hoped
for with a new, unltried machinke.
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Army teami at scrimma ge -pr aectiee and Capt. Fritz Breidster, onie of the big s-Wirs of th e tea m.

(By NorMaiE., Brown)
The Army is out for revenge.
*And judging from the early showing
of the West Point squad- the soldier
boys may. turn, the tables on the wor-
thy opponents 'who trod them under-
foot, footballically Speaking, last fall.
The 13 to 0 defeat the West Point
team' handed the strong University of
K~ansas eleven, while not being em-
phatic in itself, showed that the army
MORE THAN 50'ANSWER
CALL FOR COURT SQUAD
COACH n~ATIJJ~ .IAS IWEATH OF
MATERIAL INCLUDING FIVE

team has the making of a good elev-
en, experts 'agree. The team's out-
look was brilliant before practice
started. Aver a dozen veterans re-
~turned to the campus. Captain Breid-
ster, guard and one of the line stars
of last year's eleven, reported full of
pep, along with the other vets.
The Kansas game showed that the
team already has a powerful attack.
Excellent kicking by the Kansas boot-G

[ers, McAdams and! Krueger, prevented
the soldiers suiff ering two other se-
vere defeats. Yale licked the soldier
lads 14,to 7 earlier in the season and
Notre Dame-later wrecked by the
professionalism scandal-beat West
Pointers 28 to 20. This year the Ar-
my squad tackles Yale Oct. 28 and
Notre Damte Nov. 11 and hopes to
write a different ending to the story
of those two games.

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Highland Park students on the cam-
pus will hold their ,initial meeting at
the Union- at 7:30 o'clock tonight.
All students who have resided in High-
land 'Park for any length of time aro
cordially invited to come and get ac-
qu ainted.

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Coach Matjher's basketball squad
ha~s commenced- the fall training, with
more than 50 men in basketball togs.
With five letter *men back this year
and an- abundance of. good m aterial
from the squad last year, together
with men from h the, freshman team,
Mather has every chance of forming a
winning tea'm.,
At the present time Mather is drill-
ing his men, in the fundamentals of
the game. The guards, forwards, and
centers are practicing in separate
squads, two nights every week.
Of course the .,ootball men will not
he ou~t for some time, and as miost, of
the best material for the team is drawn
from this channel, the fuill strength
of Coach Mather's squad, is not on the
floor.
Inelgiblity has not as yet hamper-
ed Mather, and the five letter men
from last year's team will be on hand
as soon as they are free to do so.1
Th~,ee men are:' Miller, Kipke, Ely,
Paper, and Birks.
The schedule as announced will be
as follows: Jan. 6, Illinois, here;
Jan. 8, open; Jan. 13,. Minnesota at
Minneapolis; Jan. 15, Iowa at Iowa,
City; Jan. 20, Northwestern, here;
Jan, 27, Ohio State, here; Feb. 10,
Minesota, here; Feb. 12, Wisconsin,
here; Feb. 17, Northwestern at Evans-'
ton ; Feb. 19, Wisconsin" at Madison;
Feb~. 22, Ohio -State at Columbus; Feb.
'26, Illinois at Urbana; March 3, Iowa,
WOKEN HOLD)SCM ROT
FOR 011lO-3ICHIGA-N 1DEB'ATE,
Tryouts for women who qualified in
the preliminaries, for the Ohio-M11ichi-
gan debate sqtuad will be held at(eighlt
o'clock Saturdlay morning in'room 304
Mason hall. Tryouts will consist of
the presentation of a complete writ-
ten brief of one sidje of the question'
and a constructive speech without re-{
buttal in support of one point of the
argument, The speeches are to in-
clude full evidence in support- of the
point in question, and will be six min-,
utes long.
Cordiuroy Coats $6.50 up. 'Wild_ and~
Co.-Adv.

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