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THE MTCHIGAAN

DAILY

FRIDAY,

THE ICHIAN AILYFRIDY,.

OLVERINES

DEPAR T

FOR

'0 CRUCIAL

ILLINOIS

GAME

1LLK ARE 4O~ERT
OF ABILITY TO REPEL
IUGHIQNOPPOSITION,
COACH _WIEMAN -1S ACCOIP ANIED
BY 83 MAIZE AND BLUE
GRID WARRIORS
TENTATIVE LINEUP GIVEN
Expect Bovard to Play Indian Captain
To Standstill In Duel at
Center Position
(By Herbert Vedder.)
Coach Tad Wieman and his squad
of 33 gridmen left Ann Arbor last
night for the contest which seems at
the present time to be the most form-
idable object in the path of the fight-
ing Wolverines toward their third
Conference title in as many years. The
Illini, undefeated and reasonably con-
fident, are set to give Michigan a
trouncing.
Before leaving last night Coach
Wieman gave out a tentative lineup tof
face Zuppke's warriors including the'
names of 16 Wolverines. Included in
the 16 were all of those who answered
the opening whistle against Ohio
State and it may be that an unchanged
team will be sent against the Orange
and Blue.
If this is so, Oosterbaan and Nyland
will play the ends, Pommerening andI
Gabel, the tackles, Palmeroli and
Baer, the guards, and Bovard will be
at the center post. In the backfield,
the likely starters are Hoffman at
quarterback, Rich at fullback, and Gil-I
bert and Miller at the halves,
Domhoff, Fuller May Statrt.
Several changes may be made how-
ever, and Gilbert seems to be the only
back sure to start. Domhoff may be
given the call over Hoffman while the.
fully mended Puckelwartz may take
Miller's place at halfback. Fuller
was named by Coach Wieman as a
possible starter at fullback.
'Frank Harrigan may receive the
call over Otto Pommerening for left
tackle position while a new man with
an old name, LeRoy Heston, may be
given his chance to start at end in
platce of Herman Nyland.
Bovard vs. Captain Reltsehl
A,most interesting battle is prom-
ised when Illinois's aspiring captain, 1
Bob Reitsch, and Michigan's sopho-
more find, Al Bovard clash at center.
Blovard is beginning to look like a
ret'eran and a true descendant of the
great line of Michigan centers. Bob
Reitsch is being boomed for mythical
Lionors, but seems to have a long way

Jabez Alludes To
Personal History
As Pilot At Owyo
(By Jabez .'ac10ntosh)
Ohio State seems about to fire Coach
Wilce-fortunately for Wilce. It is
bad enough being coach at a school
where the players oan't get along with
each other but it must be worse still
to be coach whyre the alumni judge
your abilities on the winning percen-
tage of your team. Three cheers for
Wilce and congratulations to him for
almost getting fired from Ohio State!
Well I remember the days when I
used to coach the Owyo, Uraguay,
high school football team (if you'll
pardon the personal reference.) For
three years everything went beauti-
fully and I had two great halfbacks
on my team-Farley and Hunchcomb.
During that time we beat Missagum,
our traditional rivals, three times in
a row and the Uraguayans hailed me
as a wonder coach. One year the high
school team was sent way across the
continent for a new Year's Day game.
ThenI Missagui Improved.,
Then Missagum developed a great
! halfback by the name of Hipke, and
when we dedicated our new stadium
f Missagum beat us 19 to 0. This con-
tinued for five years, and when Miss-
agum dedicated her own stadium they
again beat us, 21 to 0.
Owyo high school had about the
least school spirit of any school in
the country of Uraguay, and so when
the team lost they blamed it all onto
me. 'I resigned and took up sports
writing, where they don't blame the
members of the staff if there is no
news.
I hope you'll pardon this personal
case, but I see so many points of sim-
ilarity in it to the present situation at
Ohio State that I think it has some
timely interest.
Some people will call it poor sports-
manship on the part of Ohioans, but
personally I can't see how one can
help but blame the coach if the team
"gets beaten, and it is a matter of
great academic significance to have a
university football team beaten.
Such Is Life.
It is the same way in the philos-
ophy departments of all great univer-,
sities. Any philosopher who contin-
ues for three or four years without
developing a new theory on free 'love
is an utter failure and sure to be fired.
Likewise a mathematics professor who
works for four or five years without
finding several new kinds of cosines is
a total loss, and many a man with a
wife and family has been turned out
into the colW, cold world for this
cause.
But this is all the room there is
here, so I'll have to reserve the dis-
cussion concerning everything else to
another issue.

- ILLINOIS GRID STARS -

MANGEi'
End

Captain Discloses
Davis Cup 'Tactics
(13y Assocated Press)
NEW YORK-France, it is now dis-
closed, attributes her triumph in the
Davis Cup tennis competition this
year to the success of a- carefully cal-
.culated and pursued policy of "wear-
ing down the American ace, 'Big Bill'
Tilden."
This strategy was' carried out to
such a degree that the French doubles
pair, Borotra and Brugnon, conceded
but slight chance of victory, went into
their challenge round match with final
instructions to extend the match to
five sets at all costs so that Tilden
would be "softened up" for the battle
he lost to Rene Lacoste on the final
day.
The "inside story" of France's vic-
torious work was told for the first'
time by M. Pierre Gillou, non-playing
captain of the French team, published
in the current issue of American
Lawn Tennis and translated from the
French publication "Tennis and Golf."
Satisfied that "Little Bill" Johnston
was only a shadow of his former self,
1l. Gillou emphasizes "that it was'
more and more against Tilden that
we had to direct our attack."

TEAM

PLEASES

FARRELL

NOWACK
Tackle

HARRIERS KAMED FOR
FIRST BIGTEN MEET
Squad of 10 Men Will Select Captain
Immediately After Race at
Lafayette Saturday

11El 'I'M 'I
'aptaill

VARSI1TY TEIAM 'DRILLS
ON TRICKF ORMATIONS
Coach Wiema~n Invents New Decep-
tions As Weapons Against Equally
Tricky Zuppke Clan
SCRIMMAGES ARE -BANNED
With every succeeding day, the
Wolverines become stamped more and
more as a champion tricky aggrega-
tion, one which will back up its
smartness with real power when the
occasion demands. How great this
power actually is, can be accurately
measured after Bob Zuppke's cham-
pionship bound eleven has been met.
Yesterday's practice was largely a
repetition of those which have pre-
ceded it this week, special emphasis
bjeing laid on defense against Illinois.
Scrimmage has been banned during
the week so that there will be no
possibility of further injuries.
The short pass is expected to be
an especially strong weapon of the
Illini who scored against Northwest-
ern by means. of their famed screen
pass. It was this same play which
worked almost without fail three
years ago with Grange hurling the
oval to Britton. It is against this that
the Wolverines have been working
most. Coach Veenker again piloted
his freshman "Illini," playing a reg-
ular position himself, against the
Varsity.
While, much time has been spent
on defense, the coaches have worked
long hours on the varied offense for
which Michigan has become so fam-
ous. The old bag of tricks has
scarcely been dug into as yet, -let
alone completely exploited but what
effect the Michigan strategy will have
on the Indians is a question that can
not be answered for some hours yet.

Prd
Mor e Voh)n Thre F) Elevens Report
Regilarly To Coach Fisher;
Will reet Varsity,

Michigan's cross country team will
have its first test when the Wolver-
ine squad faces the Purdue harriers
at Lafayette Saturday morning over
a three and one-half mile course,
which is one mile shorter than the
regulation course.
In last year's meet Michigan defeat-
ed the Boilermakers. Despite the loss
of Briggs, Hornberger and Isken-
darian, Coach Stephen J. Farrell is
pleased with the showing of this
year's squad.
Monroe, Wuerful and Wells, AMA
swimmers from last year's team, Carl-
son, Jesson, Herbert, Aubrey, Smith,
Lamont and Goetz will be the runners
to make the trip. In addition Wilbur
Eklund, manager, C. J. Cahill, trainer,
and Coach Farrell will journey to
Lafayette.

BORELLI

AVERY

RETURN

TIMM
Half

Members of this year's reserve foot-

ball squdaero-rir cr e
A Group Of Illinois Players
Seven members of Coach Robert 1rarly than those of previous yea
Zuppke's probable lineup are pictured according to Coach Ray Fisher, nea
above. Grange and Wolgast at the ly three full elevens attending pra
ends have been battling with Jolley tice daily.
and Deimling throughout the season The addition of two new halfbac
for the flank positions. All of these Borelli and Avery,' has strengthen
should enter the field at some time Ihe reserves' offensive. They ha
or other during the contest. proved a welcome factor in the ba
Schultz and Nowack appear to have field, as some of the other backs a
won regular tackle posts, Nowack's on 1he injured list.
toe accounting for the Illini 7 to 6 11ughes is doing the puntingf
triumph over Northwestern last week. Coach Fisher's team in the absence
Both are veterans. Totzke and Wilson. Totzke has be
Reitsch, a good center but hardly withheld from scrimmage on accow
the class of Rouse of Chicago, is cap- of injuries.
tain of the Illinois eleven. Next Monday the reserves will pr
Jud Timm is a driving plunger of ably scrimmage with the Varsi
greatdworth to his team. His wor. who will be preparing for the Chica
has drawn much praise from critics comb~at.
throughout the West. It will be in-
teresting to note how the Illinois Iiie MANCUESTER, N. II.- The C
opens or fails to open gaps for Timmw necticut Aggies defeated the U.
who is taking the places of both in-New Ilampshire in the last minutes
eligibles, Iseters and Lanum. play, 9 to 6.

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