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5T ANNOUNCESO OPNILINEUP
FORH BIGGEST, OF SEAO'S BATTLES

Ab)Sence of Six Playci's Sage Woumd
To Wol criticss' Chancie of
VictoryI
CARDIINATFLP AINS TO IIATTERI

DAILY TO gPBLNIS EHANGES
IN ADIDRESSES OF ST NTS
All students whose names.
were not listed correctly in the
Students' Directory or whose

dictator of western football, on the
field as head, linesman.
Kipke is the more valuable man to
his team because of his kicking and
passing ability. He is rated as one
of the best booters in the Conference
today and although he has done little
passing he proved in the M. A. C. con-
test that he can heave them when
necessary. Although Williams is gen-
erally. hailed as one of the most bril-
liant broken field runners in the coun-
try, Michigan fans. are prone to be-
lieve that he will have no edge on Kip-
C Eke.
FOIR WOLVERI NE BATT 1LE
1WI,OINSI-N (ONIDENT AS, DAY

ing to pull down passes which seem-
ed to be within his reach.
Line Strengthened
Hoelfield at left guard is being run
ragged by Miller who is likely to
break into the play sometime during
the game even though he doesn't start.
Richards is determined to place a lino
on the field that will be able to smash
the Wolverine line. Reports from Ann
Arbor declaring that Steele will be in

the lineup after a short illness have;
made the Wisconsin mentor even
more desirous of strengthening his!
line.
This afternoon the stiffest signall
practice of the season was indulged
in. Time after time, as the team snap-
ped the ball behind closed gates, the
coach corrected the players when they!
went wrong. New plays which have
been dished out to the team during

the last week have received the most
attention.
To Try line
The line attack which is expected to
be thrown against the Michigan for-
ward wall is bound to be powerful
with Williams, Taft, and "Shorty"
(Continued on Page Seven)

A review of "The Letters of James
Gibbons Huneker" in the Sunday
Magazine, Nov. 19.-Adv.
"Gerhart Hauptmann, the. Apostle
of Pity," in the Sunday Magazine, Nov.
19.-Adv.

11ter Tbhat groot SameI

Announcement of Michigan's line- addresses have been changed
up for Saturday and the final hard I should send their present ad-
practice before the Wisconsin gamne, dresses to the city editor of The'
probably the most important battle a Daily before pThursday. The
Wolverine team has entered in years, Daily as soon as possible after
were the high lights of the Varsity that date.
football drill yesterday. This afterd .
noon will be pent in 'a short light !-
workout.
There were no surprises inthI there is practically nothing to choose
lineup given out by Yost yesterday af- between the two with the exception.
ternoon. 'Captain Goebel :and Kirk of Steger's ktick ing ability. 'these
are stationed at the ends, Muirheads
and Rosatti at tackles, Slaughter and sophomores have been in .a tooth and.
Steele at guards, Blott at center, Ut- nail fight for the berth since Doug
eritz quarter, Kipke right half, Cap- Roby was .carried-from the field at'
pon fullback, and Keefer or Steger Columbus and the honors of war have!
left half. eTiis arrangemient leaves ben evenly divided, during the. paslj
Neisch, Henderson. and. Curran asg h 1st
substitute ends, with the first named two weeks. Steger relieved Roby at1
scheduled for the first relief duty, Ohio and played the entire Illinois
Blahnik, Chamberlain, and Garfield┬░ game here. Keefer, whd did notget
tackles, VanOrden and Henderson a chance in either of these :games,
guards, Knode quarter, Rankin and was nominated for the post in the M.t
Tracy halves, and Gunther fullback. {A. C. tilt while Steger was withheld
Line Greatly Weakened until the second half.
This lineup shows a great change Both isien are splendid defensive
from the one that started the OhioI players, not. so accurate. at diagnosing
State game four weeks ago. Johns plays as; Roby, but agile, nd shifty,t
was at guard, Vandervoort at tackle ,,nd cover. a great amount of ground
and Doug Roby at left half to start, behind the line, Offensively; there
but before the afternoon was over the are not many better backs in the. BigI
last two named had been withdrawn Ten than. either of these men. Stegerf
with serious injuries. Johns sustain- is an elusive ,runner, pasens well bta
ed a bruised hip in the Illinois game not consisteftly, and Is. especially valbi
that was 'further aggravated in the M. uable for his ability at kickingfielo
A. C. tilt and as a result is not in goals, Keefer can pass when occa-a
shape for tomorrow. Swan, a letter sion reqies, performs brilliantly on 1
man and first substitute guard, has the receiving end of the aerial game,'
been lost' to the squad by illness, and and is unusually fast around the ends.
White, the big tackle who substituted OiSt
for Vandervoort in the Ohio State One of the outstanding features of.
game will not be available for duty the game is.sure. to be the'contestt
tomorrow .for individual honors between. Rollie
Defense is Problem Wiliams, Badger- halfback and cap-s
With a first string guard and so tain, and Harr Kipke, Yost's brilliantt
much reseie line strength lost the halfback. On games already playeda
forward wall presents a serious probl- it looks as though Martineau, of Min-1
em for Yost and his staff of assist, nesota, and the two stars who will t
ants. In a struggle bitter as this one'meet here tomorrow are the logicala
piromises .to be, first string linemchoices for the halfback lerths ona
are weakened by sheer exhaustion, be all-Conference elevens and one will :
fore, the game is over and it is the probably be eliminated tomorrow, un-f
strength of the reinforcements that 'ess the Gopher star loses form as the
saves the day in many cases. Yost season ends, with Walter Eckersall,'
has had splendid substitutes for his
forward 'wall this season until the in- -
jury jinx descended on the Wolverino
camp and in this game, the first since
the list became so depleted, it is an
open question whetther the line will
stand up.
Wisconsin To Plunge
Counting upon this potential weak-
ness of the Michigan wall, Wisconsin
is planning a vicious line attack in
which Rollie Williams, Taft, and Barr
will alternate, according to reports
from the Badger camp. Such a plan
will be something new to the Cardinal
team which has depended largely on
the passing game and Williams' Ilashy
end. runs so far this season. It may
be that Richards plans to wear down
the Michigan forwards before he un-
looses the short passing game which
has proven so successful heretofore.
Sopiht Back~s Compete
It is probable that the man to fill
the doubtful backfield position wilt
not be chosen until game time as the
two contenders, Keefer and Stegerl
are putting on a bitter battle and

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OF DAYS AV-
PROACHES
(Special to The Daily)
Madison, Nov. 16.-Following il
sendoff never before equalled at this
school, the Cardinal football team left
tonight for Jackson, Michigan, on the
first leg of their journey to Ann Ar-
bor. It is estimated that 7,000 students
and townspeople gathered at the train
to cheer their team on its way to bat-
tIe with Michigan. A-riving in Jack-
son early tomorrow morning the
squad will later in the day go to some
gridiron for a light workout prAepara-
tory to going on to Ann Arbor some
time Saturday morning.
Hard at Work
During the past few days the Bad-
gers have been going through the stif-
fest workouts of the season. Monda!
and Tuesday afternoons punting, pass-
ing, and signal drills took up all of
the time, while yesterday afternoon
a stiff scrimmage with the subs gave
the coach his last chance to size up
the, squad before it goes into action
on Saturday. Numerous changes in
the, former line-up as a result of the
poor showing against Illinois last Sat-
urday have taken place.
n the .scrimmage . Harris, a first
string sub has shown great ability
throughout the season, had his chance
at, halfback, replacing Gibson, the
player who started against Minneso-
ta and the Indians. Irish, left end, is
inding it difficult to hold down his job
against the aspirations of Pulski, a
[lrst rate wingman who has been
fighting for the place since the season
first began. Irish had a hard time
against the Illini, again and again fail-

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