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TO REPLACE MILLER;
IL B ER T W IL L S T R
GEMBIS IS DEFINITELY OUT;, EX-
PECT WHITTLE TO ENTER
TEAM WL LEAVE TODAY
Coach Wiemin May llen Shift Miller
To Quarterback Post With
Rkih A+ Fullback
F'1r¢I (4AIE IWITH MAIZOONS
SMichhiiaau's seats for Saturday's
game at Stmt; field are in the
South stands, occupying sections
A to 1i There are also a few
seats in the East stands, in back
of the East goal hosts.
Sections A to H begin at the
goal posts and take in all the
seats from there to the 50-yard
.lime. Nearly 1:3,000 Michigan sup-
gorters vill be onihand to see
The layout of Stagg field has
been changed since last year, the
110 0now running East and West
two years ago it ran
STAGG DRILLS SQUAD
IN PASSING DEFENSE
N ei 1E hy3 f iie C II '11 U OO1 byJ Coaehe'.
For Ise in Saturda.y Tilt
W ith Wohlerimes
SPENCE READY TO PLAY
(By Albert Arkules, Daiily Maroou.)
CHICAGO, Nov. 3.-Crisp football
weather greeted the Ma roons when
another stiff workout in preparation
they appeared in the training camp for
(By Herbert E. Vedder.)
With only a one-hour drill remain
ing for the Michigan football squad
before the meeting with Chicago to
morrow, a change in the Wolverine
backfield seems not at all unlikely
although the coaches have had not so
much as a word to offer on a starting
Following this afternoon's workout
38 players and coaches will rush to
the Michigan Central depot where they
board the Twilight Limited arriving
in Chicago at 10 o'clock when they
will go directly to the South Shore
country club and remain until game
time which 1 s, o'clock (Central
Yesterday's strenuous workout in-
cluding "a little of everything," as
Coach Wieman summarized it; found
13111 Puckelwartz doing almost all of
the passing for the Varsity in a pro-
longed aerial attack against a "Chi-
cago eleven" in dummy scrimmage.
"Pucek" will Vindicate- Self.
This would seem to indicate rather
clearly that "Puck" has an excellent
chance to be in the starting lineup
at halfback. It is evident that the
coaches, as well as everyone else, feel
that Puck's dropping of that fatal
punt at Illinois which made him a
"goat" was just one of those tough-
est of all tough breaks and are going
to give him a chance to vindicate him-
With Gilbert back in the lineup
Miller will be relieved of the punting
duties. A possible backfield would
then consist of Miller or Puckel-
wartz at quarterback with the other
one playing the half opposite Louis
Gembis Still Out.
With Gembis rather definitely out,
Rich will start at fullback. It is
rather more likely, however, thet
either Domhoff or Hoffman will con-
tinue to call signals with the former
having a slight edge. In this event
Gilbert, Rich and Puckelwartz should
form the remainder of the secondary,
(Continued on Page Seven.)
I Normiii uuu ,uouti. I for the Michigan tilt Saturday. The
afternoon's play was featured by the
~ A~f~rE'1 ~ I defensive work of the varsity against
- ' ERE'S NOTED Z-0 2at
- j ~ ~ j ~ 1V ..~EI J £~, Michigan plays which were demouz-
CONTEST OF 1905 strated by the freshmen.
-_Michigan's famed passing attack
e By Clarence Edelson came in for a good deal of attention
y nIh ('laye Ede"say kby CoachStagg. Now that report,,
In the dim days of "way back have verified Gilbert's return to the
when" the annual contest between Wolverine backfield, Michigan will be
Michigan and Chicago developed into tirepared to renew its aerial attauk
the only grid tilt'rin the West whicl! with fresh vigor. To that extent, the
. in any manner deserved the now Varsity spent a busy afternoon break-
hackneyed appelation, "a classic," but ing up passes perpetrated by the year-,
such was the game of 1905. lings and showed fair success in their
That was a battle! attempts to nullify the freshmen of-I
Such bitter feeling existed between fensive.
the rival institutions after the en- hEld "Iunrnny" Ofeni&i.
l counter, that relations were suspend- After concluding with the defensive
ed for more than a dwozen years. T drill, the "Old Man" sent his charges
fact it must be admitted with a d- through "dummy" offensive. New
Sgree of shame that Michigan with- plays were given the Varsity so that l
I drew from the Western Intercolleg- spectators will witness the Maroons
late Conference shortly afterwards aI-uncork something new in the way of a I
i t C o f r n e s o t y a t r a d a- varied attack .
most solely because of the ensuing h
animosity here in Ann Arbor town ithe convalescing men are rounding
toward the "grand old man of the inashadeqsaela stenc, end whd
Midway," Coach Amos Alonzo Stagg. out with the varsity and probably
Just after the second quarter be- will be ready for action against the
gan, Chicago received possession of Wolverines. The backfield men areI
the ball on the Maroon 40 yard line, all in good condition.
Eckersall lined up in regular punt Stagg Inspires Spirit.
formation,and on the kick, Joe Cur- The Maroons face the Michigan
tis, Michigan tackle, in the words of battle in the role of underdogs but
Eckersall himself "one of the clean- Coach Stagg is quietly inspiring his
estg players in the game and a ster- men with a grim fighting spirit. The
ling athlete," charged in to block the Chicago squad has not yet been keyed
effort. for any big game this year, unless it
Eckersall states that Curtistacci- was the Penn fray, and since the
dentally roughed him; at any rate the Michigan game is a headliner on the[
play has never been dropped as a Maroon's schedule this year, they are
topic of discussion for the "hot stove looking forward to it with grim de-
league." Whether or not Eckers-all termination.
feigned the attitude of pain is still Both teams have practically been
in dispute. Some say he jumped up eliminated from the Big Ten race but
immediately after Umpire Reinhardt as far as the Maroons are concerned,
of Lafayette, formerly a teammate of the Wolverine tilt represents the one
Coach Yost, banished Curtis from thi big game of the year, excepting Illi-
field. It is a certainty however, that nois. A victory over Michigan will
he showed no ill effects during th, climax a great season for a team
remainder of the game. which was considered mediocre at the
Carrels, aided by a brisk wind, held outset.
the advantage over Eckersall in the
fierce punting duel which was still CHICAGO-Harold Almquist still
(Continued on Page Seven.) leads conference scoring.
j7 . "i~eG % 1f !7R:Y'7 ^: . V ' .4wliw N+ . Vo'w 4V,
s ' i
. 40 t
IoN a at Illinois.
North w est i li atI PuIrdue1,
"wlititese a at Not re }a mcn .
hio Stae at Princeton.
C rinnel i at Wiseonsin.
rA nhigaj aStlte atindiana.
TI i-vt id at ' e .nsylvania.
Maryland at YaSe. t
West Viri ta seya n at Navy.
St. BHonavaltie at .Cornell.
1Wrankhinn al Jarshfalaat Army.
1-l oba t . C e] -ale.
\Va shingiton a ?lei a Stlfo
V'illanova. at, Boston Colle;':.
Vermont at Amherst.
aeslyan at Willianis.
Holy rCross at For'dham.
JohmHopkins at Columlia.
Washington anl Jefferson at
Lehigh at Buctknell.
Montana at CTlionisa.
Stanford at Washington.
Colorado College atColorado T.
Wyomiing at Denver.
Georgia at Florida..
Wa*shingtoni and Lee at Virginia.
Kentucky at Alabama.
Georgia Tech at Vanderbilt.
Alabama i'oly at Tulane.
Sewanee at Tennessee.
Baylor at Texas.
rpexa Aggies at Southern Metho-
di st. I
Fresh from their decisive 20-35 vie- The Minnesota game a 1 s o
tory over the Marquette cross country 1)romises to be attended by a
tem, Coach Morton MA son's Michigan large number of fans as there re-
State harriers will meet their second mains only about 1,000 tickets
i xvd for the game. Anyone wishing
dual meet opponent when they invade to get tickets for the Minnesota
the realms of Coeach Stephen J. Far- game may do so by applying at
rell's Wolverines tomorrow morn- the Administration building in
r in. th near future. '
he"victory over the Marquette ag-
gregation avenged the defeat suts- VA T'~
tained at the hands of the Northern- WILDCAT RUNNERS
ers last year when Shimek and Trauk DISAPPOIN 7'V COACH
finished ahead of Captain SeveranceTCO
I of the Green and White outfit.
k Shn S d.(Editor's Note: This is the third of a
i p ra ' h lStped. series of tWn articles discussing the cross
I Although Captain Pifleger. Mar- country teams of the different Western Cop-
oquette ace, led the field to the tape ference schools this fall. One story wilt he
printed eacht day, the series ending with a
I in the fast time of 20:35, the Spartan discussion of Aichigan's title chances.)
team displayed l)ower y capturing (1 cMrris Quinn.)
the next five places to pile up their
20-35 margin. Although Conference cross country
Last season the Wolverine team de- followers intimated that Northwestern
feated the Green and White harriers would boast a formidable, veteran ag-
over the East Lansing course, despite gregation earlier in the seaon, Coach
the fact that Severance p~laced first gra ill's chrges e d , o'
ahea, of Captain Briggs by a scant 10 Frank Hill's charges have failed to
Syards. show either a well balanced outfit or
STATE HARRIER TEAM
I L1 MEET MCHllAN
Sliatman Cro escountry )leu Avenge
1920' Iefeat By Wilmuing
11a"r tiette Miet
SQUAD IS INEXPERIENCED'
PROMISE IRECORD )CROWDS
With the Navy ganie only a
week awvay there promises to) be
a capacity crowd as all tickets,
except for a few boxes have
The Navy game always draws
a large throng and this year will
find an even greater crowd be-
cause of the better facilities for
the seai" pole.
HAGEN BEATS ARMOUR
Sohur Times Chamion TrIumplis 4 Id
3 Over National And 'au:dian
TO PLAY ESPINOSA TODAY
($y Associated Press)
CEDAR CREST COUNTRY CLUB,
Dallas, Nov. 3.-In a classic battle of
champions, Walter Hagen conquered
Tommy Armour today for afemi-final
position in his attempt to gain for the
fifth time the titular laurels of the
Professional Golfers' association.
Hagen the defending pro champion,
demonstrated once more his ability
when under fire in eliminating the
American and Canadian open cham-
pion 4 and 3.
Tomorrow "the Haig" will1 match
strokes against Al Espinosa the wily
Chicagoan, who defeated Monce
Dutra of Tacoma, Washington. Dutra
went down gamely, losing his match
one down on the 36th' green after a
sensational rally in which he won
seven holes in a row.
Joe Turnesa of Elmsford, New York,
and John Golden, Patterson, are the
other semi-finalists. Turnesa elimin-
ated Gene Sarazen of New York, form-
er open champion 3 and 2, and Golden
turned back Parker Gallet of Wan-
watosa, 4 and 2. Golden traded the
lead all day with Qallet and finally
pulled ahead on the last nine holes.
CHICAGO-The Middle West is to
be invaded from all directions for this
week's football battles.
NEW YORK-Ralph De Palma re-
cently set two new records for the
Metropolitan Heights race track.
PLA Y IS STARTED
Inaugurating the 1927 interclass
speedball games, Wednesday, 11 of
the 12 teams scheduled to play report-
ed at Ferry field and played the first
match of the series.
Senior lits defeatted junior lits
10-7; freshmen hits overwhehmhed the
sophomore lits 14-0g freshmen engin-
eers wrested a hard fought contest
from the junior engineers 1-0; junior
lits decisively vanquished the medics
22-3; in another hard fought battle
the senior engineers were victorious
over the sophomore engineers S-6 I
Sophomores COmpose Team. any outstanding individual stars in the
The State team is composed largely first two meets in which they have en-
of sophomores, Capt. Henry Wylie be-
ing the only letterman on the Spartan gaged.
squad Th n mti iwev , I the first practice run of the sea-
ls exceptionally proniising, Brown is so ,t e q a r n u r m et it W -
the most outstanding of the new can- consin, Indiana, and Chicago, the
didates and appears to be the best run- best the Wildcats could do was to
ner on the State squad. take third plae behind the Badgers
Besides Brown and Wylie, Coach and the Hoosiers.
Mason has some capable performers The dual meet with Notre Dame also
in Willmarth, Rossien, Roberts and failed to reveal any of the power at-
Crow, all of whom are running their tributed to the Purple early in the
first year of Varsity competition, (Continued on Page Seven.)
Roberts is the only one of this group
who failed to show up well against -
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