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THE MICHIGAN DAILY sATRA, NOVE

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ILINI5RED Leaders Today LCLGRDESTO Str tGamei
FR HIODiA CLAH '~ <hLOOK FOR FIGHT~
irallie :WcIliwaiin Unable to Hold t~r0 ' , Iolloita3'% sFleven to Tackle PocntIac
Down t uual Position Due a 'l1~I~t Wines Field
"" HAWK EYES CONFIDENT,;: ".. 'I VISITORS UNDEFEATED ;. " f:

(Special to The Daily)
Urbana, Iii., Oct. 31. - Illinois
wound its preparation for the Iowa'

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game with a light signal practice,' I Iowa also finished up its practicevi
here. toodayse.u isprcic tiac squad, at 2:30 o'clock today at
heetoa.with a light workout, to get the kinks Wie<Fed
Yeserdy sw te lst ay f hrdfrom the long trip out of the players. Pontiac has not been defeated so
scrimnmage for the Illini, and incident- Coach Ingwersen was still undecided far thisyer but she has not met
aYmakdtelschnetaWi as to" whom he was going. to send any teams of real- strength and the
son and Kennedy, sub-tackles, had to against the Illinois line in place of results of today's game will give the
convince the Illinois mentor, that. Flecenstein, who is out with a brok- state fans a chance to size up her
they should replace Brown and Hall; en shoulder. real strength. The team from the
in tomorrow's contest. Mellwain was Inh spite of the fact that. he has lost Asylum city is not built around any
,ut for practice for the first time this one of his best men, the Hawkeye one star but relies onl team work for
week; he worked with the second coach was still confident of a winl her offense. Powers' teamrs always3
stringers against the- varsity, Shulz! over the Illini. lie feels certain that have a strong line and a good passing1
occupying the position on the other side Hancock and Otte on the ends will combination. Most of the Pontiac
of Britton that Wallie has played in be able to stop Grange before he1 line plays start from a double shift
all the season's previous games. With crosses the scrimmage line, and hie formation but many of the Ann Ar-
Mcllwain out of tomorrow's encount- ; feels that is all that is necessary to bor mnen have had experience with
er, there is a chalice that Grange curb the Sucker onslaught. Hius own this attack and they have spent sev-
will not go so well, for there will be defense will be built around Captain eral afternoons working on a defense
an important cog in his interference Parkin at quarter, Graham at half, for it.
missing. Hall will be in his accus- ! and Hancock's toe. Grifin is sure to Capt. Walsh, the local's star quar-
tomed place at quarter when thel start at center. If the men do not terback and triple threat mnan, will}
whistle blows. With Captain Roku- get the kinks worked out of their be in his regular position at quarter,
sek and Kassel in the best of condi- limbs, another workout may be held with Wenzel and StohI at the halves.
tion, there is no danger that the Illini tomorrow morning.( Robare or Litchtenaur, it' his ankle is
will be weak on either flank. The,( in shape, will start at full. Mucile
Illini team will be outweighed about I Don't delay-Pay your Subscription and Illi will play the ends with Becks
15 pounds to a man. today.

1 and Shankland at the tackles, M~or-
tenson at center wilth Wilson and
Frey, guards, will form the center of
the line. The Flontiac lineup will not
be annioun:ed~ until auti.
Wisconsin canlloast of the oldest
mtan in Conkleriene ootball in "Dad")
Sauger, new C.._1] Anai tacle. Be-
l}sides having an edelcon tthee list,
m ager lholds claimw to 21- liounds of
weight. "Dad," is iia rried and has
two children. B~efore going to Wis-
consin he played for the Stevens
Point N11ormal school.

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