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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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defeats to their credit, the Badgers " .
took their final home workout today
before their departure for Ann Arbor. "::.
Yesterday afternoon, practice was
as usual held behind closed gates;
the main subject of the session be-
ing the development of a defense to!-
stop Captain Steger of Michigan, and
the building up of an overhead to use
I against the Wolverines. With the en
tire Michigan lineup revamped, Coach
Ryan is a littlein the Clark as to
just what kind of an attack to meet,
but he is working out several plans V
of meeting the Yostmen's offensive, The Princeton Tiger is eating
which he is certain will be built raw meats. For he has his heart se
around Captain Steger. Notre Dame, Yale and Harvard. No
The Wisconsin team's lineup 2 last year. Captain Stout of Prince
against Michigan will not differ
greatly from the squad that battled
Minnesota to a 7 to 7 tie. Pulaski, mCOm dre Harold
a three year veteran, because of his;
fine playing against the Gophers will
be sure to hold down one of the flanki
positions. Blackman will probably i The wonderful work of "Red"
be his running mate. Grange as a member of the Illinois
In the backfield, Larson has the football team in recent seasons has
edge over D. Harmon for the quar- caused many followers of the Illini
terback job, but he will have to keep to class him as the greatest player
going at full pace the entire game if j ever to represent that institution.'
he intends to keep it as Harmon is But there seems to be but one man
only a shade under him and is just in Illinois history who must be
waiting for a chance to break in. weighed carefully with Grange before
Leo Harmon is the lone choice for the such- a statement is accepted. That
fullback's job, and undoubtedly will I man is Harold Pogue.
play the whole game. Capt. Harris Just 14 years ago Pogue, a half-
and McAndrew are the men who will back, stamped himself as one of thb
do most of the ball toting for the
Wisconsin eleven and will play op- play. He is the city champion of
posite each other, at the halfback po- Duluth as well as ranking player of
sitions. Stengel may also get into the !'northern Minnesota.
game in the role of a half.

six meals a day these days and his bill-of-fare lists nothing but assorted
t on feasting on the the three teams that humilated him last fall -
tre Dame comes first-Nov. 25. The Catholic team mauled the Tiger 25-
ton, left, and Captain Walsh of Notre Dame.

greatest men in grid history. He stood
out as the greatest open field runnel
in the west, if not in the game at the
time. The aerial game had not come
into vogue then so that the open field
runner was the team's main asset,
especially against a heavy line. Pogue
not only "worked" a broken field with
uncanny skill but could hit the line
on occasion with such force that he
usually carried his tacklers a yard
o'r two.
Old Illini men recall one play de-
signed to help Pogue in carrying the
ball. This was a straight pass from

center. Pogue took the ball some six
yards behind scrimmage. To give him
a quicker getaway the center passed
the ball a bit to the right or left as the
play was to go. Pogue started before
the ball reached him.

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Babcock took the tackle jobs in yes- the other side of the line. Slaughter I
terday's drill while Slaughter, Haw- and McCormick will fill in at the
kins aind t~e ewre used at .the - guards. Bonini is unopposed in his
guards. . Bob Brown who has stood claim. for the pivot job, and will be
out in every, game this season is a over the ball, when scrimmage starts.
safe bet at center. Immediately after tonighit's \ight
The Varstiy took a long signal drillI ,orkout the team will leave for Jack-
in preparation for the Badgers yes- son, Mich! They will stay at the Ot-1
terday while e second strong' scrimn- ego hotel there tomorrow night, and
maged with the Freshmen. Captain un to Ann Arbor Saturday morn-
Herb Steger is being given a 'ood
grooming at the quarter back position
which h h ae iloccupy foi e frrhefirst
time since he carns to Michigan.h l V I ENSSh
Harriers Ready -F
For Clash P t Edward aloney,28 won his way
W" "to the ~mff na inthe a11-campus
C fS fl2,& tennis tournament Wednesday when
_a__henhe defeated Jay Toevs, 6-4, 6-8, 6-, in
Fresh from their victories over a slashing exhibition of racquet]
Marquette ar'( Minnesota, Wisconsin's wielding. Maloney, a freshman, com-
cross country team will arrive here peting for his first time in intramural
today in order to have at least one activities, showed unusual form in
practice run over the new course, winning two of the three sets. He
before the race tomorrow morning. is the first of the entries in the com-]
Although the Badgers had only two petition to gain a semi-finalist posi-
veterans back from last year's rather tion.
weak team, several new men have I Leighton Stephens, '26, a newcom er
shown up exceptionally well in the on the campus, is paired with Robert
meets ,with ,Mailquette and the Goph- Spicer in the eights. Coming from
er's veteran team. The fact that the Duluth, Minn., Stephens has display-
Badgers have been in two meets al- ed Varsity calibre tennis during his
ready this year gives them a decided
advantage over Michigan, especially'-
since Farrell's team is mn1e up most.-
ly of men who have never been in
Conference competition before.
While the Varsity has not turned
in times the equal of the Badgeia, the
men have not had the competition of a
r:eal race. Captain Shenefield, Reinke,
and Hornberger always do better in
a race than in practice,. and Coach I
Farrell is looking to these men tojL an
come through in much better time
than they have done so far this sea-
son. The Varsity has shown im-
provement every day, and while the
excellent showing of the Wisconsin
team in its previous meets and the in- i
experience of the Wolverines must#
give the Badgers an edge in the dope, I
if the two veterans Captain Shene-
field_ and "Mike" Reinke regain theiris a
old form with Callahan, Briggs, and
Hornberger coming through in the
way their showing so far this year has
promised, Wisconsin will hay- close.
competition.

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