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Vill Center Attention on Passing
Game as Wisconsin Defense is
Unusually. StrongC
Now that the Farmers have been
uly harvested, Coach Yost, his corps
f assistants and the- Wolverine grid
quad have turned their attention up-
n the coming all-important strife
Th1' way the Badgers upset th
trong Minnestoa eleven on Saturday
rovei conclusively that Wisconsin is
;oing to furnish the Maize and Blue
vith the biggest game of the year. In-
idjfally the showing of the Gophers
tas served to focus a lot of attention
n Martineau, phenomenal Minnesota
ackfield man who, almost unaidedE
ame near to spilling Wisconsin all
ver the field in the opening half.
Developing Air Attack
The remarkable success of the Mich-
gan aerial attack against M. A. C. has
tot made the Wolverines overconfid-
nt of futire successes. They realize
hat the Aggie defense was the weak-_
st sort of thing imaginable, and that
n Wisconsin and Minnesota they will
ace not only teams that are strong on
he aviation route themselves but have
lefenses that have proven all but im-
regnable. Wisconsin, in particular,
s a wonder at dragging the hopes of
uccess via the air route down to earth
nd the Varsity is planning on-a heap
f hard work both on offense and de-
To this end the greater part of yes-
erday afternoon was taken up with
rivin to attain ultimate perfection
In passing. The backfield men and the
nds had much concentrated aerial
Bork all to themselves, and practically
very, practice period from now until
he Cardinal lines up on Ferry field
vill see the Wolverine squad in de-
reined efforts to master every rudi-
anent and fle point of'the art.
Kirk Back at Work
"Bernie" Kirk, who connected with
rowth of poison ivy late last week'
nd who was out of the Aggie conflict
s a result, was back in togs and de-
nonstrated his complete. recovery.
[he big flanker put in the busiest sort
>f a busy afternoon with the smoth-
ring of the backfield's overhead toss-
s as his chief work. Jack Keefer,
ophomore half, who ran so many
ings around the Green shirts on Sat-
urday, was also very much present
n th, passing practice.
- The entire-squad took part in rudi-
tintary work in blocking and tack-
ng in the course of yesterday's prac-
ice. None of the coaches are com-
letely satisfied with the defensive
worrk of the eleven and promise the
grgdmen many more days of stiff prac-
hie .before there will be any letup.
fllinois, by her showing against North-
vestern, proved that she was play-
ng up to form against the Wolver-
nes. The Purple lost by three points;
l' fnal score being 6 to 3, with no
;ouchd own scored. Northwestern's
fthting Minnesota to a 7 to 7 tie
spens to indicate that Michigan is
stronger than the Gophers, but the
final proof will be the ultimate con-
Iitit. In the mean time Michigan must
'act the team that trampled on Min-
nesota, Wisconsin, and it is with this
bgggest game in view that Michigan is

Harvard-s Star Is Called
"Greatest Bac an History"

sive back. Frankly, I would not swap
Owen for anyone."
There is another asset Owen has
which helps make him the great star
he is. That is the unconscious power
to instill fighting spirit, harmony and
perfect teamwork in the men about
him. In addition to being a super-
player himself he automatically be-
comes the mainspring of his team
when he takes the field.
While strong briefs can be filed in
behalf of 'Thorpe, Coy and some of the
later stars, Owen's work will stand
the acid test of comparison.
Intramural Items

As the score indicates, a fine brand been played off in the alwampus sin - they met the Varsity and Reserves
of tennis was displayed by both teams gles tennis tourname . tre,:s e- night in a srimmage. Some
and the match was in doubt until the feating Peterson in two sught sas, new mcn were discovered during the
last point had been scored by the"vic- 6-1 and 6-2. lc ind they will come in handy
tors. It was the slashing, driving at. up the gaps that have been
tack of the Dreyfuss-Goldsmith com- Fresh lits who a-3 iiered in by the injuries of Marion, Stauf-
bination which finally spelled defeat speedball should c)li .7 and Icave Grx e and some of the other mem-
for their opponents. Each of the vic- name with Manager {herv A can his.
tors will receive a silver loving cup didates will report a r :: this ater \' has proved to be a first class
and the runners-up will be given noon on south Ferry fieit ,e; and directs his movements
sweaters with their numerals - w th urecision on every play. The

Speedball held sway at south Ferry
field the latter part of yesterday af
ternoon. In the semi-finals Nu Sigm
Nu romped away to a 7-0 victory ove
Alpha Delta Phi.

All-Fresh K cpt to :Marion combination has been
yI ini ly broken up on account of the
- . Week7 that Maiion received in Thurs-
a eght's practice, but this should
r h make the forward pass attack of
When Coach Al ctr b - tn ireshmen slow up a bit, for Wetzel
men squad to t he s! u . ia uight-and the other men out for a flanking
the curtain droei o the 1mrdc L po iion have marked ability and will

Fraternities intending to enter the
interfraternlty cross-country meet1
should telephone their list of entries!
to the Intramural office not later than'
5 o'clock this afternoon. The run will'
be held sometime on the afternoon of
Nov. 23.' Each house can enter as1
many men as it wishes, but only the
first three of the entrants will be
I counted as the scoring team. The
teams will make their scores as tne
rien place-the team with the lowest
score being declared the winner.
Last Saturday, at Ferry field, the
doubles tennis team composed of
Dreyfuss, '26, and Goldsmith, '26, tri-
umphed- over the team composed of
Weyand, '23, and Riley, '23, in a five
set match 4-6, 6-1, 6-4, 2-6, and 6-4,
thereby winning the championship of
Ithe all-campus doubles tournament.

The senior engineers were schedul-
ed to play the medics in the first .n-
terclass game, but the tilt was called
off as most of the Medics were play-
ing on the Nu Sigma Nu team, which
made play impossible for the medics.
Senior lits forfeited to the dents, the
former team not showing up at the
scheduled time.
Junior engineers are scheduled to
meet architects at 4:30 this afternoon
and Soph engineers will clash with
the School of Education at the same
time on south Ferry field.

weck tai scrinng DeYa n
have been put throg thi f i.
Every man on the I'eshman squad
was given a chance to play last week,

The championship game in the Var-
sity tennis tournament will be held
sometime the latter part of this week.
Corbett and Segal have forfeited to
Jerome, who will meet Rorick for the
silver loving cup.
One section of the semi-finals have


Our Weekly,
Wednesday Special

Reu(mrkable Iiceldin i pi-re o f" porgre Owim, Harvard star

(By Norman E. Brown)
George Owen, versatile right halfI
of the Harvard football team is again
drawing attention by his brilliant all-
around playing for the Crimson. Plac-
ed on the majority of All-American
teams last season he stands out now
as a sure candidate for a backfield
berth on the mythical elevens this fall.f
His brilliant work since he made his
grid debut at the Cambridge institu-
tion has caused Dr. William Bull, Yale
scout and kicking coach and recogniz-
ed as one of the most brilliant foot-
ball critics in the country, to name
Owen as "the greatest back in college
football history."
Dr. Bull makes this statement after
weighing carefully the merits of Jim
Thorpe, the Indian gridiron wonder,
Ted Coy, the backfield terror produced'
at Yale, and half a dozen other men.
who wrote many of the thrilling pages
of college football history.
Dr. Bull explains his views thusly: ',
"I believe that Owen can do more
tigs well than any back I have ever.

seen. He is a human dynamo carry-f
ing the ball, can interfere, punt, drop
kick, and has few equals as a defen--



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