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E5 ATTIMPT TO ELIMINATE
[ERCONFIDENGE FROM VARSITY'

I is Worked Hard
on For Fighting
ni Eleven

"n Will Lead Illini
Against Michigan

t ECKERSALL WILL.
REFEREE TILT SATURDAY
tg behind strictly guarded
sterday afternoon at Ferry,,
Varsity football squad was
ugh the next to the last in-j
workout before the Illinoi
[embers of the coaching staff
on every man with a view to
ng all traces of overconfi-
owing out of last week's im-
victory over Ohio. State.
g definite is known as to'
been transpiring inside the
1 the daily skull practicebut
once points to the fact that'
equipped hismen with a
f new trick plays which will
for Illinois if they are need-
as not necessary to show
anything but a straight run1
ck last Sfturday at Colum-
unless all signs fail this
should not call for many
Yost is taking no chances
and if the Illini make the
pired stand against the Var-
hey did against Iowa last
ngs will begin to open up
e Wolverine line.
and his men will arrive in
arly Friday morning and
e until just before the game
. The reason for this, seems
at the driving Illinois men-
m to keep his men keyed to
of their fighting form andl
r the crowds that will begin
Ann Arbor tomorrow after-

to better advantage than he has so t
far this season. The Oak Park boy is l [bt _ U
under the handicap of having tool
much expected of him by the average
spectator and this factor may have M
affected his offensive value for the
time being. Defensively Saturday he
put up a wonderful exhibition and STAG AN]
will be a great asset in stemming I FOR GR
some of the complex plays the crafty
Zuppke is almost sure to unloose.
Zuppke has an advantage in the Even thou
fact that his men are laboring under plete with
no delusion as to their own ability. throughoutl
According to press reports from the able to drav
Sucker campthe players realize that Chicago-Prii
it was not their own skill but theheld at Stag
spirithofdthe little man on the bench prepared to
that held the Iowa eleven to a one defeat and (
point victory last week. They know ined to adm
that to be in the running at all they This big int
will have to keep going at the same one of the3
high pitch when they meet Michigan between tea
here and they know that this is over Coach Sta
their heads. through las
On the other hand Yost and his as- Purdue with
sistants are under the cloud that injuries and
something may slip Saturday, as was the all-imin
the case with Iowa following the vic- though slo
tory over Yale, and are doing every- Boilermaker
thing in their power to blast any idle ing may be
overconfidence. They point to the ienced seco:
fact that Illinois made three more the game.
first downs than the Hawkeyes didlast Grilling p
week and that only a questionable drill, and C
decision on a blocked punt recovered ders In keyi
behind the goal line gave the western- er victory o
ers the victory. Illinois followers plunging ba
maintain that what was declared a its worth, a
safety for Iowa should have been a Lewis has
touchback which would have made the line. If
a two point difference in the Iowa to- from this w
tal. should send

KIPJAO SAME'
WEEK'S FAORITES,

D ROPER

EAT INTERSECTION-
AL BATTLE
ugh Saturday will be re-
important grid games
the country, none will be
w more attention than the
rceton game which will be
gg field. Princeton comes
wipe out last year's 9-0
Chicago is just as determ-
ninister another trimming.:
tersectional battle will be
most interesting struggles
ims of east and west.
agg's Midway team came
t Saturday's game with
bout sustaining any serious
are in excellent shape for
ortant battle Saturday. Al-
ppy football marked the
r contest, the ragged play-
attributed to the inexper-
rd string men that played
ractice marks this week's
oach Stagg is doing won-
ing up his men for anoth-
ver the Tigers. The fast,'
ckfield has already proven
and the return of Captain'
done much to strengthen
no serious injuries result
week's scrimmage, Stagg
d a fine bunch of Tiger
he field Saturday.
ckfield Uncertain
ossible to determine just
Id combination will open
Zorn and Thomas are both
rs and chances are that
o in at full and 'Thomas at
will probably be the oth-
[ough .Byler may be used.
another fast back,bbut due
ated shoulder, it is doubt-
1 be used. McMasters will
in at quarter.
lmeier was the outstand-

PRIME MENI

probably hold one of the wing posi-
tions. He did the punting Saturday,
the best seen this season, and withl
another week's practice -should give}
the Tiger backs a lot of trouble.
Lampe and Dickson are both good
ends and between them will handle
the other wing.
Fletcher will be one of the tackles
and Captain Lewis or Cowdy the other-
They will be supported by Proudfoot,
Rhorke, and Pondelick, guards. King
will undoubtedly play the pivot posi-
tion,hand with his weight should do
much to stop he Tiger offense.
Princeton Works Hard,
Coach Roper has been putting his
Orange and Black through some hard,
long scrimmages and signal drills in
the hope of correcting the faults that
showed up in the Maryland game last
Saturday.
The Tiger squad will leave for the
Windy City this afternoon after hav-
ing indulged in three practice ses-
sions this week. New plays were
taught the men and it is certain that
nothing will be held under cover dur-
ing the game.
Just who will pilot the Princeton
team is undecided as yet. Bergen and
Gorman were both used in practice
and a slight edge appears in Gorman's
favor. Beattie, a husky back, was un-
covered in the Maryland game and
will undoubtedly be used against the
Maroons for his line smashing power.
A tentative lineup would probably be
something like this Gray and Tillson,
ends; Treat and Baker, tackles; Dick-
enson and Snively, guards; Alford,
center; Gorman, quarter; Cleaves,
fullback; Beattie and Caldwell, half-
backs. Twenty-five men will make
the trip but Coach Roper has not giv-
en out a definite lineup.
Ir amur al Items

In the doubles Dreyfuss and Gold-
smith defeated Fox and Griener, 2-6,
6-2, 6-4; Hartwell and McKnight de-.
feated Upjohn and Bauer, 6-3, 2-6, 6-2.
In order to bring the tournament to
a close as quick as possible so as to
take advantage of the fair weather, the
Intramural department is asking thatI
the following play off their matches as
quick as possible. It is imperative
that the scores be turned in by 4:30
o'clock, Friday, Oct. 27.

In the doubles the drawings are as
follows: Goldsmith, 2878-R, vs. Birks,
1166; Weyand, 1460, vs. Griener,
2824-R; Hartwell, 909, vs. Grothaus,
2016-W; Cash, 1958-R, vs. McKnight,
1957-M; J. P. Vose, 3056-J, vs. Drey-
fuss, 402-M; Peterson, 1490-W, vs.
Wentworth, 2016-M"
In the doubles one match is to be
played: Dreyfuss and Goldsmith,
402-M, meeting Vose and Vose, 3056-J.
(Contiued *on Page Seven)

Varsity Sport Shop
All Kinds of Athletic Equipment
SP EC I ALS
Complete Gym Outfit, Including Shoes
$265

SWEAT SHIRTS
$ .65

DERRILL PRATT
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Gym Suits and .Supplies.

Captain Dave Wilson
Captain Wilson who will head the
squad which Coach Zuppke brings
here next Saurday in the first home
Conference game -for the Wolverines-

ekersall Will Officiate
Eckersall,. noted sport writ-
ootball authority, will ref-
game Saturday assisted by
ines, Yale, umpire; Fred H.
linois Wesleyan, field judge;
Nichols, Oberlin, head lines-
s Little and Weiman have
,ting every minute this week
lection of a man to fill the
tackle left by VanderVoort-
ained a broken arm in the
ne. There are several possi-
>r the position with Eddie
eming the logical candidate
it. If this move was made
iuld be sent to the guard
t open by Johns and the
d lose little strength. White,
aced VanderVoort last week,
r man who is being worked
by the coaching staff. He
er but is woefully shy on ex-
his entire football know-
ring been gained in a few
the Reserves and during the
weeks on the Varsity.
rise 'to a place on the Var-
een phenomenal. It was Oct.
(ost announced that the big

lineman had been promoted from the
Reserves for his work in the Varsity-
Scrub scrimmages. Not much over a
week later he was in the biggest game
of the year at the only time in that
game when his team had reason to be
shaken, following the serious injury
to VanderVoort and Roby. His per-
formance in that game was sufficient
to warrant serious consideration of
him in choosing the new tackle. He
is almost certain to be in the lilinois
gane at some stage if he is not picked
to start.
Smith Makes Varsity
4 Another promotion from the raiks
of the Reserves to the; Varsity was
announced today, Murray Smith,
tackle, being 'the man to go up. Ev-
ery lineman on the Reserve squad
who shows the least sign of Varsity
caliber is being closely watched by
the coaches these days.
With the exception of the doubtful
tackle position and Roby's post at
half back the Varsity will face the
Indians Saturday exactly as it open-
ed against Ohio State, it is thought.
Steger is expected to take the vacant
halfback job and with the confidence
born of starting a game should show

INTRAMURAL DEPARTMENT
PLINSEXTENSIVE Y E AR
DIRECTOR MITCHELL WILL START
CLASS SPORTS WITHIN
TWO WEEKS
Class athletics are to get underway
within the next few days with great
speed now that the class officers have
been elected.
As soon as the presidents of the dif-
ferent organizations determine who
their athletic managers are to be, a
meeting will be held under the au-
spices of the Intramural department
at which the policy of class athletics
will be outlined to the respective class
representatives.
Speedball will be the first sport on
the calendar. Director Mitchell of the
Intramural department is so pleased
with the success that his new game of
speedball is having that he intends to
have the class teams playing it on t
south Ferry field within the next two
weeks.
So many men in the different class-
es have expressed a sincere desire
that speedball be incorporated into
the program of the interclass sports
(Continued on Page Seven)

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It is imp
what backe
the game.2
fine plunge
Zorn will go
half. Pyott
er half alth
Leggette is
to a disloca
ful if he wil
probably go
Otto Stroh

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The following are the results in yes-
erday's games in the All-campus
tennis tournament: Griener defeated
Flower, 6-0, 6-3; Cash defeated Moore,
6-4, 6-0; Peterson defeated Feinsinger,
4-6, 6-3, 6-2;" and Rush defaulted to J.

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