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CHIGAN EXPECTS HARD BATTLE'
IN 6R E WITH ILLINOISTOA

a fair kicker. He was removed from
the Iowa game in" the third quarter
last, week which is held partly re-
sponsible for the Indian loss. In case
he does start he is not expected toj
last for the whole, game and will be

(Continued from page 1).
Illinois, on, the other hand, havingi
missed a triumph last week by such aF
small margin, will be more than everl
on edge to reach the heights today.-
Zuppke is before everything else, at
driver. He will not allow his men one
second of comfort until they win a
football game, and he is determined
that the game shall be today. Zup-
pke's methods are inhuman methods,1
he will stop' at nothing to led his1
team off with a victorytoday. The Il-Z
linois student daily says the Zuppke
system makes or breaks his men. To-
day will tell.if the system is success-
ful.
With the exception of the tackle
and halfback positions left empty by
the injury of VanderVoort and Roby
last week and the posdille absence of
Kipke at right half the Varsity will
take the field this afternoon ,compos-
ed of the same men who started at
Columbus. Rosatti has been finally
selected for the tackle post and Steg-
er will be seen in Roby's accustomed.
place. In case Kipke is not able to,
start the battle, Jack Keefer, sopho-
more star, will be at right-half, his
first experience in a Big Ten ga"me.
In case Keefer does go in he will
be the only man of the eleven who did
not take part in the Ohio State game.
Goebel to Start
Captain Goebel will be at his ac-
customed berth at right end when the
game starts as he has fully, recovered
from the effects of the game last
week. Rossati will be next to him at
the tackle position and from the im-
provement he has shown during the
past week he will handle himself'
nicely. It is not expected that the
new man will be as effective on the'
offensive at first as was VanderVoort
but his defensive, work' will not weak-
en the forward wall in the least.
Johns has been shifted from right l
to left guard and Steele will take his
place this afternoonI. He showed to
advantage in the Stategame and with
the added confidence inspired by start-
ing this contest his play should be
even improved.
Blott will be at the pivot position
again and if he shows as much im-
provement this afternoon as hehas
in the last two games spectators are
due to see a real exhibition of center
play. But one bad pass was chalked
up against the Michigan center last
week and that was pardonable under
the conditions of the particular play.
Johns will be beside him at left guard
for his third and last game against an
Illini eleven. His play is sure to be
onieb of the outstanding features of
the afternoon. Muirhead at left tackle
and Kirk at left end round out the
Michigan forward wall in splendid
style.
Backfield Changed
It will' be a much changed back-
field that faces the Illiui this after-
noon, with both Kipke and Roby ex-
pected to be absent. Uteritz will call
signals and ;Cappon will be 4t full-
back . It will be remembered that
it was at Urbana last year that Cap-

pon started his Varsity- backfield -ca-
reer after having served a season at
end and part of last year at tackle.
If Kipke is foriced to stay out at the
beginning of the game on account of
the attack of flu he has suffered thir
week, two sophomore backs will have
to shoulder the halfback duties Ste-
ger at left half and Keefer at right.
Steger will probably be called on
for the punting this. afternoon if Kip-
ke is not in and can be counted upon
to hold his own at least. He has been'
averaging 40 yards in practice all-
week which will be equal to anything
Zuppke can show. Goebel also can
be used to do the booting.
Illinois is in good shape with the
exception of'Rune Clark, quarterback,
probably the best man on the Orange
and Blue squad. He is. a brother of
the famous Potsy Clark who won all-
American honors as one of Zuppke's
backs several years ago. The Illinois
attack has been built arund Clark.as
he is an excellent runner, passer, and

relieved by Dawson, said to be a
good *mechanikal"player but not the
field general that Clark is.
Illini Awk Veterans
Veterans are few and far between
on the Ilini front. Captain Dave Wil-
son at left end has been a member
of previous elevens but was never
recognized as an exceptional player.
It was the big Carlinville football
scandal in which so many of the.Illi-
nois Varsity players were implicated
last fall that 'gave Wilson his oppor-
tunity and he has developed until to-
day he is one of the good ends in the
ilConference. Woodward at full back
is a veteran who will face Michigan
for the third time this afternoon. He
is a heavy plunger of a type similar
to Cappon and the individual contest
between these two men should be
interesting in itself. The other mem-
bers of the team are new men to
Michigan crowds this year.
Zuppke can be counted on for some
complicated formations this after-
noon, foolers designed to upset the
rigid Michigan defense. The Illini

mentor has been responsible for some Kansas Aggies at Kansas.
of the most successful trick plays Marietta at Kalamazoo.
the game has ever known the "gee-! Beloit at Knox.
Haw" and "Ring-around the rosy" be- Albion at Hillsdale.
ing two of his best inventions. Michi- Grinnell at Coe.
gan will have plenty in reserve and Wabash at Butler.
will try tp keep it in reserve unless .S1UTH
absolutely forced to open up. Wis- Notre Dame at Georgia Tech.
consin is comning and that is in the' Loeuisville at Center.
back of Yost's'head at all times. 'Sewanee at Kentucky.k
--I California at U. S. C.
Stanford atOregon Aggies.
s ashington State at Washington.
Idaho at Oregon.
RUBBER WANTEDI
Illinois at Michigan.
llinoistt at Miiga. Man wanted who has had ex-
Ohio State at Minnesota. I periFnce bandaging and rubbing
Purdue at Iowa. J at Waterman gymnasium be-
WEST f tween 7 and 8 o'clock in the
Princeton at Chicago. athletes. Report to E. J. Math-
M. A. C. at Indiana. er, Varsity basketball coach,
Amherst at Oberlin. I evening, or phone 468-R.
Nebraska at Okl]homa.

E r^nimants of the game in order that
D [Tnohing mnay e left undone to insure
a championship team.
p~cIigan is fortunate this year in
having a number of experienced men
on the squad: With Captain Ely, who
With the material looking the best was picked for center on the second
in 3 ears and five letter men back. _ll-Ccnf'ernce team last year, Miller,
\Tsity basketball nractice is under forward and the first Michigan basket-
a Co iall player to be selected Zor the
'irst All-Conference team, Kipke, for-
has a squad of 40 men working out ward, and Paper and Birks, guards,
OmU ims a. weK i Waterman gym- h coach has the foundation of a
nasiura and at 'riasent the practices whirlwind cage aggregation. In addi-
c.nsist mainly of f und - t as and n to these letter men there are
t, wOrk. Smrnimages.,aPvepnot yet gp , Reason, and Henderson was
have all- had previous Varsity experi-
ecn indulgd in as the coach intends jence and who may be counted on to di
'i' nend more time than usual on the e:1icient work.

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