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IRK, Of FOOTBALL SQUAD RECI

* ~ . was used also for hitting the line in1
the Illinois game and did well under
the circumstances.
Lines Appear Equal
Both lines measure up fairly equal.,
Tebell and Irish are a wonderful pair
1 of flank men although the edge rests
with Goebel and Kirk. Murray's ab7
signal drilll. sence weakens the center of the for-1
Friday and ward wall considerably but this is
practice on taken care of by the showing of Smith

that struck the squad during the mid-
dle of the season.
Fifty men are still fighting for the
coveted sweaters which are given
each year and Coach Mather is satis-
fled with the spirit that has been dis-
payed in this respect. He feels that
he has a good squad this fall and that
a few of them have the earmarks of
future Varsity men, although they

Stars For Cardinal

Is Badger Quarter,

Will O ose Kirk

0ly Two More Practices Remain Be-
fore Varsity Faces Strong
Badgers
OLVERINE, iN GOOD SHAPE
PHYSICALLY FOR CONTEST
With but today and tomorrow left
)r hard practice before the Wisconsin
ame the work of many sessions is
raving to a rapid climax. Today
ill be a stiffer day for the Michigan
ridders than was yesterday, just as
esterday *was a trifle harder than
he day before..
A review of the, Wisconsin-Illinois
ame of Saturday shows that, rather
ian falling before a stronger team,;
0e Badgers dutplayed the Illini from
art to finish, making 14 first downs
Illinois' 2. One break, and the
'emendous power of Illinois to hold
t moments that might well have beeni
xpected to mnean a Wisconsin victory
>st the Badgers the game. Eleven
rdinal jerseyed players representing
ae of the strongest teams in the
)untry today, despite that one loss,
ill face Michigan on Saturday, ready
ith every ounceof determination, and
ghting spirit at their command toa
lo unto others what was -done untid
iem," namely, to crash to eartht
ichigan's title hopes just as Illinoisj
mquered.
First Here Since 1905
The last time Blue faced Cardinal
i Ferry field,was in 1905 when Wis-
nsin under the leadership of Cap-
in Van der Voorm was conquered
to 0. Incdentalty, it was at this
ame that the one serious accident
iat ever occured on Ferry field took
.ace when the temporary bleachers
t the west end of the field collapsed
rider the weight of the crowd. Play
as halted while players of boths
ams went to the aid of the fallen
it with no serious injuries the con-
ast was resumed a few monients .lat-3
before the "immense" throng of
',000. ..
While in Madison at the time of the
linoisWisconsin game Coach Yost
id a brief talk with the then Captain
an der Voorm who expressed his in-!
ntion of visiting Ann Arbor on Sat-
day in the hope of seeing the Car-
nal'. possible revenge, not. only fori
ie 1905 gamp,. but for the 1921 con-
at at Madison in which Michigan,
y holding the great Badger eleven to
7 to 7 tie, spilled Wisconsin's title
open, A111
Squad in Fine Siap
The squad is in comparitively good
ape with three exceptions, Johns,
teran lineman, is out with a hip in-
ry that may keep him out of the
>ming game although Trainer Hahn
:pects .the big tackle to be in shapeI
r a part of the contest at least.
hite,. powerful substitute tackle, iT
iffering from' a sprained ankle but
iould be ready to serve if needed.I
wan, another substitute lineman and
valuable performer is lost to th
am from an attack of pleurisy fol-i
wing a case of the flu. Swan has
ft school and journeyed to Colorado,..
Practice yesterday was made up of
tensive signal and forward pass at-
,ck and defense drills. The "ghost;i
ill, used for the first time on Mon-
y, was again in evidence and theE
ork continued until it was too late
see even the grey shadow as it
unded across the gridiron. Today,l
cording to the Athletic association,
to be the hardest day of the year,
ith a gradual let-up on Thursday
id possibly no work at all on Fri-
Intramural Items
All of thc scheduled soccer games
'is week have kben postponed uil
xt week. The exact dates for their
aying will be announced through
is column later this wek.
The speedball schedule for thisaft-
oon. has been arranged as follows:
hree-thirty o'clock- fresh lits vs.

nior lits, fresh engineers vs. school
education; 4:30 o'clock-soph engi-
ers, vs. junior engineers and dente
. senior engineers. The freshilits
ave been asked to wear white shirts,
sweaters for their game with the
nior lits. The latter should have
ue shirts or sweaters as ;their dis-
nguishing color in this game.
You have no shopped
Unless you have stopped
At the James Foster House of Art.
-Adv.
Minnesota trip to be given Nov. 21,
reade Barber Shon.--Adv.

day unless it be a light
Wisconsin will arrive
will go through 'signal.
Ferry field preparatory
Game,

are somewhat lighter,

than the usual

to the Big
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BADG1ERS ANXOUSFOR
REVNGEUPO VARIT
CARDINAI L PRACTC THIS WEEK
LIMITED TO PASSING AND
RItCING
With last Saturday's defeat at the
hands o .the battling Illini rankling
in the breasts of Wisconsin's foot-
ball team, Coach Richards has started
the hardest week of practice ever
known in Cardinal history. Only one
though permeates the student body
and the eleven and that is to beat
Michigan Saturday. Spirit has never
risen so high and the one defeat the
Badgers have encountered this season.
has only served to add fuel to the
fire..
Practices in the Badger camp this
week .have been given over' to gasst
ing and punting. Richards realizes
the Ineflicfency of an overconfident
team to play any kind of a game es-
pecially a passing game Jnd he is
making sure that there will be no ov-
erconfidence when - he brings his
charges to Ann Arbor. Any semblance.
of spirit was entirely lacking in the
Badgers last Saturday and their pass-
ing game was found to be as full of
leaks as a sieve.
Barr attempted a multitude of pass-
es from quarter in the first half and
when this method failed to gain, it
was up to Williams to save the day.
But the Illini were not to be denied
and Williams, as remarkable a back-
field man as he is, was stopped, some-
times for losses. This state of affairl
meant that Taft would have to try
some line plunging but he was stopped
by the furious Indian forward wall as
effectively as Williams was on at-
tempts around the ends. Wisconsin
was placed on the defensive for the
greater part of the second half and
even in this they were ineffective.
Perhaps the absence of Murray from
the Cardinal line had something to do
with the outcome but it must be con-
sidered that the Zuppmen were with-
out Auger so conditions were equal
on that ground.
Richards Tries Hard
Coach Richards is trying his best to
work .his men up to fever pitch for
Saturday's game and everything de-
pends on the effectiveness of his la-
bors. If Richards can do to Wiscon-
sin what Zuppke did to the Illini, then
Michigan will have her hands full.
The Badger passing game is danger-
ous and coupled with this is the abil-
ity of halfback Williams, her captain,
to run the ends. Williams is one of
the fastest men in the Conference and
when he gets loose in an open field
it is almost impossible to stop him.
Barr takes care of the passing from
Quarter and his work is alwayseffect-
ive. With such a pair of ends as Te-
bell and Irish it is surprising that the
aerial attack failed against :Illinois.
In addition to being a wonderful pass-
er, Barr is an equally clever general
and takes advantage of all breaks.
Taft takes careof the punting and
line plunging. His punts have not
the distance average nor the accur-
acy of Kipke's but this is through lack
of experience. With a little more
practice Taft should prove effective
but what one week will do remains to
be seen. His line plunging does not
come up to Cappon's which is only
natural.
Gibson fills the other backfield po-
sition and seems to work well on
the receiving end of Barr's passes. He
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and Below at .the tackle berths, run of men that have played on the
Wisconsin has been put out of the freshmen teams in years before.
race for Big Ten honors but this Aggressiveness, a willing attitude, s
should not detract from the interest and a desire to learn has been the
in the coming game.. Everyone of the feeling of the men this fall. Only one
crowd of 45,000 people who will wit- Idrawback has presented itself to ham-
ness Saturday's game is expecting to per these favorable qualities namely,
see the battle of a decade. As it is I that of the men being detained by late
hiowever, Michigan is favored anid any classes. Often times they have not
analysis will show that the Maize anud arrived as early 4s should be and this :
Blue has the better chance, but there has retarded the progress in some de-
have been too many upsets this sea- partments of the work.
son to make it safe to definitely pick
a winner. MEN NEEDED FOR WEEK-END Merrill Taft "Shorty" Barr
f-WORK BY El1PLOYMIENT BUREAU Merrill Taft, plunging fullback of Wallace "Shorty" Barr, Wisconsin
{{(l 10,51 this year's Badger machine has made: quarterback, one of the most heady.
Emplcyient in many deerent ca- more ground for the team than any field generals in the Conference who
pacities awaits a large number of stu- other one player, showing to great will match his wits with Uteritz in
dents next Friday, Saturday and Sun- advantage in the Minnesota game when this coming Saturday's encounter with
who will be here for the Wisconsin he gained a touchdown by one of Michigan. His passing is one of the
Xi4A ., dt f game according to Mrs. Mary L. the most brilliant runs of the season. bright spots in the Cardinal offensive.

.Gus .Tebenl
Gus Tebell is one of the best flank
men in the Big Ten and is one of the
men who has been helping keep Wis-
consin in the ranks of championship
centenders. Tebell has the reputa-
tion of being the best intercepter of
forward passes in the West.

unaerea somewhat by a wet id
and a lack of teamplay the freshman
second team went down yesterday to a
13 to 8 defeat at the hands of the Re-
serves. Only a few forward passes
were attempted, the quarterbacks
choosing to play a straight buckingj
game varied with an end run now and
then.
The practice was held mainly to see
if any of the good men had been ov-
erlooked, in previous scrimmages. The
men were mainly pick-ups from the
different squads, but displayed a fair
amount of teamwork and fought to-
gether enough to hold the Reserves
from several touchdowns when they
seemed to be on the verge of going
over the goal line. Several of the
first rate men on the squad have been
unable to give a good account of them-
selves this fall due to the injury jinx

Stewart, University Employment sec-
retary. All the hotels, restaurants,
and shops need extra help.
Not only are jobs to be found atl
these occupatoins, but in the fraterj
nity and sorority houses there are
many demands for workers. There is
j also need for students in cleaning ouf
the stands-at Ferry field.
Mrs. Stewart added that all people
desiring work over the week end
would greatly facilitate matters by
registering in her offices as soon as
possible.
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