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TN'vy Team Driven Hiard By Coach
Ingram In Effort To Develop i)De-
fense For Passing Attack '
Michigan's football squad, composed
of 34 men and six members of the
coaching staff, will entrain at 3:20,
o'clock today for Baltimore where
they will meet the Navy Saturday in a
clash at the Municipal stadium.
As a result of the disappointing
showing against Colgate Saturday, thel
Naval Academy team has been driven1
bard this week by Coach Ingram in an
attempt to develop a strong defense.
The Varsity team has been instructed
if blocking the Michigan passes which
proved so disastrous last year, and it
is the 'belief of the Middies that if they
can stop the powerful passing attack
of. the Wolverines they will be able to
turn the game into an even battle.
Although the Colgate team was re-
garded as a strong team the score
came as somewhat of a surprise. The
Navy, with four hard games already.
played, were bound to show the strain,
but the team has been primed for the
Michigan eleven and are expected to
put up a hard fight to avenge the 54
to 0 defeat of last year.
One of the features of the Navy's
team this year has been the playing of
Frank Wickhorst at tackle. Wickhorst
has been the mainstay of the line;
throughout the season and is expected
to stop the plunging attack of the
Wolverines. Eddy will fill the position
at the other tackle, Born and Cross are
expected to work at guards, Osborn at
center, Lloyd and Taylor at the ends.
The Annapolis team's backfield is
made up of fast men. Shapely, Rans-I
ford, Schuber, and Hannegan are all 4
good at carying the ball around the
ends, and on off-tackle slants, while
Hamilton or Caldwell will be used at
the fullback position for line smashes.I
The Michigan team will probably
line up exactly the same as it did for}
the Illinois game Saturday. Truskow-
ski will start at center, Lovette and
1almeroli at the guards, Gabel and
Baer at the tackles, Oosterbaan and
Flora ends. The backfield will be com-
posed of Capt. Friedman, Gilbert, Rich
and Molenda.
The 123 piece band of the ,Univers-
ity of Texas accompanies the football
team to all away-from-home games.

Win Over il
First In 15

ATTEMPTS Princeton
dog Satus fr Cadets
Years Fo Cadets..-

Still Nourishes Hopes;
There's Still Gentle Harvard

SWilton A. S'imipson Elkridge Kennels Club for noon lunch-


(By Associated Press)
NEW YORK, Oct. 27.-The Army,
mule will stalk into the :bowl at New
Haven Saturday expecting its first
victoryover a Yale team in'15 years.
Not since 1911 have flying West
Point hoofs left the imprint of defeat
on 'the flank of the Bulldog. Twice
since then, however, Army has gonej
out with h1onors even the records
showing tie 'games in 1922 and 1924.
Yale's defeat by Brown and Army's
string of 'four successive victoriesr
supply the basis upon which critics
,have installed the Cadet team as a
favorite, but no - excess of confidence
has been reported at West Point for a
parallel condition prevailed last year.,
Army, with a powerful machine that
had swept aside Notre Dame, met .Yale
two weeks before the Eli eleven was
defeated by. Pennsylvania. The soldier
team was a heavy favorite but was
completely routed by Tad Jones'
brilliant, backs,.28-7.
Traditional foes will grapple in at
least four other outstanding gamgs
with Brown figured to turn the tables
on Dartmouth after six straight de-
foats. New York university, smothered
by Fordham in 1924 and 1925, saw a
similar opportunity in the game here
against the maroon.
Records indicate that Brown has al-
ways proven a troublesome foe. for
Dartmouth. Five straight victories
have fallen to Brown's brilliant offen-
sive this season with last week's
triumph over Yale standing out as the
team's greatest achievement.
IOWA CITY, Oct. 27-After a month
of fall practice, Iowa's baseball squad
has disbanded until January when In-
tensive drills will be begun in the new
$400,000 field house.
Although the weather has been cold
almost the entire time an average of,
more than 25 men have been working
out daily under the -direction of Coach
Otto Vogel.
All tryouts for the manager-
ship of the cross country team
should report at 3 o'clock any
afternoon at the Yost fIeld house.



When Dawn, the rosy-fingcred, con. Why house the Wolverines at a

meetsa the horiz-on on Friday morn-
ing, the Michigan foot ball sluad dx-
:pet s to arrive in Washington. If we
,were riding on the Pere Marquette
railroad we could not entertain such
a hope, but use a calendar in place of
a time table. When the chronometer
reads seven in the Capitol station, we
will leave the train on the tracks and
ihead for the Army-Navy club to guzzle
a toasted roll and a cup of coffee. We
are to be guests of Colonel Dennis P.
Quinlan, a Michigan graduate, is who
is now singing the song, "I am in the
Army now."
After breakfast, we will take a sight-
seeing trip around the senators' play-
ground. The arrangements for the trip
have been made by Alfred T. Newbold,
president of the University of Michi-
gan club of Washington, and Colonel1
Quinlan. Miss Washington, runner up
in the national mug-fame contest is in-
cluded in the list of sights.
Shortly after noon, the WoLterinesj
will stampede at the White house, and
engage in a- handh iaking contest'.
Colonel Qniulan 'will assume the Ur.
dlen of presenting the mob to Calvin.
If dal doc-sn't give us a good hearty
handshake, he will lose a few votes in
the next election.
From Calvin's home, we will journey
to Balt imore, having noon lunch on
the train. Molenda, Oosterbaan, and
the other big men will eat first. In
Baltimore Micihfgan alumni, headed by
Frank Linthicum, former, Michigan
football and baseball player, will do
the "hurraying" at the train.
In an effort to bring the Wolverines
back to earth and prevent them fronm
hinking that they carte to college to
;shake hands with the President and
eat big weals oil Pullman trains,
Coach Yost will send ihe men through
a short work out in the Baltimore
stadium. After the practice the team
ivill leave for Annapolis, about .30
stiles away, and be royally entertained
by the Midshipmen at Bancroft hall.
Unless we provoke our host at the
dinner table, we will stay all night and
"sponge" a breakfast.
The team will return to Baltimore
Saturday morning and will go to the

dog show? We strongly suspect that
the Kennels club is a rather pre-
tentious place and are expecting a
I good time. After eating, to capacity,
we will go direct to the stadium for the
After the game, the team will= return
to Ann Arbor, via special train, hating!
dinner on the trali.
Coach Yost made the following
statement regarding the Navy game:!
"Michigan realizes that it is meeting a
much better Navy team than last year,
that 4the Michigan team is not a-s
strong, and that this game will be
played away from home. Also, we
never expect to see as perfect a game
played against any team as played
against the Navy last year."
In addition to the team, Coaches Yost,
I Wieman, and Emery will make the
trip. Trainer' Hoyt, and his assistant
Herbert Staads, and Manager John
Denton complete the party. Salsinger
and yours truly, will represent the
I have secured an upper berth over
Mr. Tillotson in an effort to find out.
if he talks' in his sleep. If he does,
there will be "bigger and better"
ticket stories.
Any 'sophomores or second
semester freshmen wishing to
' tryout for basketball manager
please report to Waterman gym-
nasium tpis evening.
William R. Day, Manager.

Although many eastern football
coaches are still faced with the prob-
lem of replacing veteran players who
have been lost on account of injuries
received in early season games, the
hospital list has decreased noticeably
during the past week.
Saturday's co'ntest with Brown
proved a costly one for Dartmouth, as
the big Green team lost the services of
Captain Horton and Phillips because
of injuries. Harvard must fill the
place of Leo Daley, star Crimson line-
.man, who will have to submit to an
operation and will be unavailable for
.the rest of the season. Rutgers lost
Nelson, flashy quarterback, and Penn
State is minus the services of Krall,
because of Saturday's game.
On the other hand, however, many
of the foremost eastern teams will en-
ter Saturday's games greatly strength-
rened as the result of-the return of in-
jured stars. Yale is Qated over the
return to- the squad of Noble, half-
back, Fishwick, end, and Wortham,-
Princeton has been strengthened by
the recovery of Jake Slagle, Caulkins;
Williams, and Davis, and Lord, ex'
perienced guard returned to the Rut
gers lineup. Lafayette welcomes the
return of Captain Kirkleski, stellar-
back, and Syracuse is strengthened by,
the recovery of Friedman, Hanson, anti
Goldman. The Orange fans are also
encouraged by the fact that Carr,
backfield, ace of the Syracuse team'
may be available for the final game of
the season.
Penn is strengthened by the return
of Odiorne; Shapley, the Navy star has;
recovered from his early season in-
jury; and the Army's chances have int
proved as a result of the availibility
of Trapnel, punting and passing star.
Fifty aspirants for the Ohio State
basketball team reported to Coach
Harold Olsen recently in the first
workout of the year held in the gym-


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Prineeton's defeat at the hands of
the Navy, and the marked success of
Tad Jones' team at Yale have not en-
tirely disheartened Princeton under-
graduates, although they had hopes of
a bigger year.
The photos show three of the.Tiger
stars who hope to get a measure of,
revenge against Harvard, if against no
other team. Upper photo is of Bar-
tell, center; middle photo, Baldwin,)
guard; and the lower picture shows
Darby at tackle.
The three men pictured above have
been the mainstays of the Tiger line
in the games played thus far, and their
work last Saturday in the game with

Lehigh was largely responsible for the
Princeton victory.
Time and again one of the three
broke through for tackles behind the
line Hof scimmage and stopped the
Lehigh backs before they could get
started. Their work, taken as a unit,
has been outstanding, and it is highly
1 possible that Princeton would have
been on the losing end of the 7 to 6
score if they had not taken advantage
of every opeping.
The Navy defeat, however, cannot
be held as a,,isappointment to Tiger
fans. The Middie team this year is
far above their usual standard, as has
been shown by their victories over
every opponent played thus far,
Princeton being the most.jiotable.

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