THE MICHIGAN DAILY
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1926
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MERHALS AWARDED ZUPPKE ATTEMPTS
CHAMPAIGN, Ill., Nov. 18.-Coach
TO YEARLING SOUAD Bob Zuppke, convinced that the win-
ner in the Illinois-Ohio State combat
ly-Four Hen Selected By Coach tomorrow will be rated high in the
'o Receive Class Numbers As final Conference standing, has been
Practice Ends driving his men through stiff practice'
sessions all week in an attempt to de-
SEASON IS SUCCESS I velop a defense that can stop the run-
ning and passing attack of the Ohio
ith the close of the freshman foot- eleven.I
season, 34 men were awarded Bell's completed passes against
erals by Coach Edwin J. Mather, Michigan proved beyond all doubt that
,rding to an announcement made the Illini will have much to do if they
erday. stop the Ohio air attack, and as a re-
this number, 19 were linesmen sult of this, all the regulars have oeen
e the other 15 were out for back- worked in the backfield to stop the
positions. The tackles received passes that are hurled from every
most awards, seven men being formation.
sen for this position, while six The punting performances that Bell
backs were granted numerals. At has turned in thus far this season givel
er, F. Bovard, B. Martin, W. Cre- him a decided edge over Lanum, Illi-
W. S. Nolting; at guard, L. Doug- nois quarterback, who does the kick-
P. Flajole, D. Kerr, I. J. Scheer, ing for his team.I
Wolff; at tackles. R. C. Chapman, With the return of Schultz to the]
lineup after an injury, it Is expected
that the same team will start that
opened the game against Pennsylvania
two weeks ago.
Tomorrow's game will be' the last
in Big Ten competition for eight Ilmini
regulars, Capt. Chuck Kassel, Russ
Daugherity, Bernie Shively, Ray Gal
livan, Wienie Wilson, Marion Leonard,
Art D'Ambrosio, and Clyde %napp,
and it is expected that all these -ien
will see service if the I1i1ni are aie
to pile up a lead.
The performance of Bernie Shively,
star guard, will be watched closely
by sport critics in the game. Coach
Zuppke has expressed the opinion that
he is entitled to all-American consid-
eration, and his showing against Ohio
will help to determine the selection.
and field stars are preparing for a
busy and successful season.
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C. A. Doty, S. Hallo, E. B. Poorman
W. L. Seitz, R. J. Sherman, H. J. Wal-
der; at ends, T. Bovard, C. F. Carter,
H. Roderick, were the men who are
to receive awards.
The following backfield men were
selected to receive their numbers:
quarterbacks-L. Duckman, J. Mc-
Bride, A. Sims; halfbacks-W. E.
Geistert, C. Kielbasa, A. L. Long, E.
Oldham, J. Weinstein; fullbacks-F.
Borrelli, C. Longsborough, W. Moul-
ton, G. Reichman, J. Robbins, W. H.
Although approximattely 200 men
reported for practice during the first
week in October, the squad gradually
dwindled down as the season pro-
gressed, with scarcely more than 60
men remaining for the final sessions.
The season was a rather successful
one, and the men were first drilled
in the rudiments of football by the
coach, after which they held scrim-
mages among themselves and with the
The opening of our
holiday line ----a
la rgenumber of
v e r y beautiful. ex-
\ Marquette university boasts a likely candidate for all-western football homors this year in Rupert O'Keefe,
quarter back and the main cog in the powerful eleven of the Wisconsin school. IHis field generalship, running,
punting, passing, and defensive play have been the outstanding features of Marquette's games thus far this
Against the Kansas Aggies, one of the most powerful teams in tae Missouri Valley conference and one of the
leading contenders for this year's valley title, O'Keefe was olticlaily credi ted. with an average of 53 yards for
the 15 punts that he made during th e game. In last Saturday's contest w ith Alabama Poly the Marquette star
made a 85-yard run through the entire southern team for a touchdown.
Coaches and officials who have seen O'Keefe in action have been unan imous in their praise of his except-
tional defensive and offensive play and have picked him as one of the lead ing backs in the west.
CHICAGO HOPES Speedball Title Is
FOR FiIRST WIN~ Won By Senior Lits
CHICAGO, Nov. 18.-Although the
Chicago team cannot save its 1926 Seniors won the speedball cham-
football record, the Maroons hope t d pionship of the literary college
I Wednesday afternoon by defeating the
turn in' one Conference victory as a sophomores, 13- , while the junior en-
result of their game with Wisconsin gineers won the engineering college
tomorrow. title by downing the freshmen engine-
Indications are that Coach Stagg ers, 6-4.
will revamp his lineup, using Fuiton -
and Anderson in the backfield. Subscribe for tle lMichigan Daily.
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i TO DEFEAT rOL MINNEjAPOLIS, Nov. Y8.-Addition
j ~of Notre Dame and Nebraska to the
LAFA.YETTE, Ind., Nov 18.-Pur- Western conference enlarging it to a
due is now prepared for its homecom- Big Twelve and making it the most.
powerful football circuit in the world
ing game with Indiana tomorrow, in 'is favored by the Minnesota Daily, of-
the 29th meeting of the two scnoola 1ficial publication of the university.
since .hey opened football relations.
Alti ugh the Boilermakers have an CHICAGO.-Gate prices For the an-
advan ge in games won, they have nual Army-Navy football classic are
only defeated the Indiana team once England and Fidel La Barba of Cali-
in the last 10 years. fornia, the defending title holder.
An entirely new group of
distinctive suits in the brown
shades just received from