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THE MIChIGAN DAILY

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Coai Ingrarn Will Send Strong Line
Ad FI VCst 1 Versatile Backfield
Into Saturdzay's {amie
LLOYD IS BACKFIELD ACE
(By Ass ciatd( Press)
ANNAPOLIS, Nov. 9. - Ensigns
Hamilton and Goudge, stars of Navy's
crack 1926 eleven, now assistant
coaches at the institution, today play-
ed the part of "Oosterbaan and Gil-
bert," famous Michigan forward pass-
ing combination at practice.,
After much wrangling as to Whether
the Annapolis eleven which Coach
"Navy Bill" Ingram is escorting to
Ann Arbor for Saturday's grid pro-
gram is composed of a good backfield
and an improved green line or of a
goo~d line and an improved green back-
fleld, Wolverine strategists have fin-
ally agreed that the Midshipmen navi-
gate a powerfpl battleship.
"Navy Bill" Ingram started the de-
bate which has been raging at Yost
field house when he announced
through the organ of the press that
the Michigan line this year "is slightly
more ragged than last year, while the
backfield is better despite the loss of
Friedman, Molenda, and Weber."
1ITidy Line Is Powerful.
Returning to the Navy, if the line is
"green," the reason is sim~iply that
newcomers have outstripped the vet-
erans in the race for regular positions.
And if the backfield is "green," the
reason is no less simply that new-
comers and a star lineman of last

ROCKNEMEN FEAR Hoosiers Crippled 'D Veteran Runners
sIG TROJAN BACK StrengUtUhlenGILL's
3 Through In,'uries LAST BOME BONI Est 1927 Indian Team

NSA T MICHIGAN
LINE STAR LEADS
HARVARD ELEVEN COURT~RIGRT'S 4EAM
:; WILL PLAY FRESHMEN

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(Soecial to The Daily) ---- (mditor's Note: This is the seventh of a
BLOOM NGTON, Nov. 9-The re- Ten Meibers of 97 gridiron thchie sries of ten articles discussing the cross
IN, TON Nov 9-he r- Tn 41elnrercof 7 xrrcouzntr}= teams of the different Western Con-,
placing of three injured linemen is Will Make Final Appearance ference schools this fall. One story will bej
In emorial Stadim 2rminted each daY. the series ending with a
the problem confronting Pat Page in discussion of Michigan's title chances.)
shaping his Indiana University elevcon__
for Northwestern Saturday at Evan- DRAKE TEAM IS STRONG By Morris Quinn
ston. It was an easy day for Purdue -- Although Coach Harry Gill's Ill-
when the Boilermakers ran rough ii (S')ecil to The I)aily) nois cross country team escaped de-
shod over the Wildcats last Saturday, MINNEAPOLIS, Nov. 9-Minnes rf- at the hands of the Iowa lar-
but Indiana has a fight on her hands tans who wish to see Minnesota's;
to accomplish the same result witgreatest fotball team of recent years, rers by a narrow margin Saturday
a crippled lineupm at Iowa City, the experience and
Although Pat has scrutinized each Iacssibly of all time, will have a last balance of the Orange and Blue team
individual among the Varsity he has opportunity Saturday of this week, stamps them as one of the strongest
not found one who can the fill the Nov. 12, when the Gophes meet outfits in the Conference this season.
shoes of Bob Ma hew, guard.."Buck" Drake in Memorial stadium. it wilf The Illini runners have competed in
Weaver, end, Terre Haute, and be the last home gome of the "Great two dual meets thus far and hav cap-
S'hields, tackle, Muncie, will also be Sophcmore Eleven," of 1925,. now a tured both of them. In the first event
unable to face the Aggies because of senior eleven for the most part, led of the season the Indians displayed
injuries. Yy Captain Herb Joesting, the All- real power by trouncing the Notre
The loss of these three men has American plunging ace. Dame team with ease, when five Illi-
greatly weakened the defensive as Best of all for those who wish to j ni runners crossed the finish line
well as offensive power of the Hoos- see the team is the act that the Drake ahead of the first Irish.
iers. Matthew, before being injured, game, a non-conference contest, has In the second test, however, the
was a candidate for all-Conference had a relatively small advance sale. Gillmen were extremely fortunate in
honors, and showed out in the Min-- IThere remain thousands of splendid downing the Iowa team over their
nesota gamze as the best guard on seats available in both the north and home course by a 27-29 margin, after,
the field. south stands of the stadium. Capt. Leonard Hunn and Brady of the
Trobaugh, K. Bennett, and Joe Dud- Ten Stars Will Graduate Hawkeye outfit had crossed the fin-
ding, are the candidates for Matthew's Such stars as Almquist, Nydahlf, ish line in first and second positions. !
job at guard. Gary, Matchan, MacKinnon, Kamin- The exact power of the Indian ag-

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-Teani To Wear Maize Headgears.,
Because of the fact that the E
uniforms of the Michigan and
Navy teams are identical in color
and design with'the exception of I
the two yellow stripes around the
stockings of the Midshipmen,
Coach Tad Wieman announced
yesterday that the headgears of
the Wolverine players will beI
painted to a bright maize color.

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tMorley Drury
Backfield ace of the Southern Cal-
ifornia team who will be closely
watched by Coach Rockne's cohorts,
when the Trojans and Irish meet in
Chicago next month. Southern Cai-
fornia, is the only unbeaten team on
the coast, although they played a tie
game with Stanford.
Tigers Urger Yale
To Use Caldwell
(By Associated Press)
PRINCETON, Nov. 9.-Suggesting
that exception under the transfer rule
be made in the case of Bruce Cale-
well, Yale halfback just declared in-
eligible, the Princeton faculty com-
mittee on atheltics notified Yale
authorities that it would receive any
action with favor that would pernfit
the Eli star to play against Princeton
Saturdayat New Haven.
At the same time President John
Grieric' ibben of Princeton wired
James R. Angell, president of Yale,
urging that Yale yield to the sugges-
tion that Caldwell be permitted to
play in the final game.
The faculty committee's statement
follows:
"We recognize that under Prince-
ton's agreement with Yale all decision
of the eligibility of Yale athletics
properly rests with the Yale commit-
tee. We have the most cordial confi-
dence in any decision which the Yale
committee may make.
"We believe in the wisdom and ef-
fectiveness of the transfer rule in its
present form but we wish to express
regret that Bruce Caldwell should be
lost to the Yale team, almost upon
the eve of the Princeton game."

John Bundy, Bill Moss, and Art'
Hellman, are the men after Shield's
place at tackle.
Coach Page will leave here Thurs-
day night with his squad of three
teams and will work out either at
Chicago or Northwestern Friday aft-
ernoon.
FISHER WILL MAKE CUT
IN YEARLING CAGE TEAM
Over 90 candidates are reporting
daily to Coach Fisher for freshmanj
basketball. Although this number is
slightly less than last year, it is ex-
ected that several more aspirants
will report when the freshman foot-!
ball team disbands later in the
month.
The first cut in the yearling court
squad will take place this week, at
which time 25 or more players will
be dropped. Other cuts will be made
as the season progresses until the
team has been reduced to about 25
men. This will facilitate easier hand-
ling and more individual instruction
by the coaches.
Practice is held every Monday,
Twesday, Wednesday, and Thursday
night in Waterman gym. The squad
will be moved to the Field house court
in December. William K. Conboy, a
senior in the department of physical
education, assisting oach Fisher.

ski, Maedor, Hanson, Mulvey and gregation will be revealed in the tri-.
Walsh will make their last home ap- I angular meet with Michigan and
pearance Saturday, as will CGptain Wisconsin Saturday at Columbus, as
Joesting. the latter team is composed largely
Color will be added to the event of veteran performers and is general-
by a delegation from Owatonna which ly favored to retain the Big Ten title
has sent word that something like which they have held for the past
300 rooters, including a band, will be two years.
on hand to see the Thunderbolt, or Coach Harry Gill, the veteran Il-
Battering Ram, as one chooses to j linois mentor, is fortunate in having
call him, perform his big magic. one of the largest squads of vete n
Drake Team Has Power material in the Conference. The Or-
That Drake is a high class team ange and Blue coach has five letter-
is shown by the fact that Iowa State, men from his 1926 team as a nucleus
which tied Illinois at 12 to 12, was for his Varsity aggregation this sea-
able to beat the Bulldogs by only a son.
7 to 0 score Saturday, when a long The Illinois team is captained by
pass over the Drake goal line was Joe Navok, who is a veteran of two
completed for a touchdown in the year's experience and is rated as one
final period. Comparative scores are of the most consistent performers in
not always reliable, but Illinois play- the Indian ranks, although he finish-
ed 1)retty much the same team against ed only seventh in the Hawkeye meet.
Drake that beat Michigan and Iowa, McElwee and Stine are the other
both by 14 to 0 scores. Orange and Blue veterans and rank
Drake is also a new opponent for with Navok and Fairfield in ability.
Minnesota. It is coached by Ossie They finished fourth and fifth res-
S'olom, one of the well-remembered pectively in the Iowa meet. Abbott,
star ends of Dr. H. L. William's day. one of the newcomers on the squad.
Solom has been developing strong showed real ability against the
football teams at the Des Moines in- Hawkeyes by crossing the finish line
stitution, and also has developed the ahead of his teammates in third place.
Drake Relays into a national track Ponzer, another letterman from
event of the early spring. last year's team, was the last Illinois
Iharrier to place against the Rawks.
CAMBRIDGE.-Harvard will meet Coach Gill's other runners of ability
"our new teamsin. its 1928 football are Mooneyham, Parrish, Meyers, Mc-
campaign. Henry, Tockstein, Eddie, and Stal-
-__naker.

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Coach Courtwright's physical ed
eleven fresh from their victory over
the reserves, will engage the fresh-
man team in a practice game tonmor-
row afternoon on south Ferry field.
j Coach Keen has his team in trim with
the exception of Thornton, a half-
back, who is still on the iniured list.
S'weet and Elser are promising end
candidates on the first year aggrega-
tion, although Bailey has also shown
ability. Cook and Shilla are the out-
standing tackles, but, Richardson or
Decker may get the call at this berth.
Among the guards Bower, Duff, and
MNDD Stiten are leadg aspirants for re-
; W TT ular places. Cook or Sherwood will
- . take care of the pivot positions, al-
though Sims,aa brother of the Varsity
tiASS w.halfback, is a good center prospect.
ti Holmes at quarter, Dobbin and
? ATTWheeler at the halves, and Lytle at
full will probably compose the fresh-
man starting backfield. Anderson or
Simmerall may replace these backs,
CaPt. Charles Pratt however, at any time during the con-
Star lineman of Coach Andy Hor- test.
ween's Harvard eleven, wo ranks"b The yearling grid squad now nui-
besttaclesin te est ers '60 ,players. Coach Keen's prinel-
among the best tackles in the east l difficuy this fall has been with
this season Pratt also stars in track. the line.
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season have outstripped the veterans
in the race for regular positions.
For example, Bagdanovitch, a vet-
eran end of last season, has been re-
legated to play the role of a substi-
tute tackle this season. This coupled
with the shifting of last year's other
end, Lloyd;" to halfback leaves the
Middies with two new flankmen,
Sloan and Smith, as regulars.
Navy Ias Capable Flankmene.
Although new in the lineup neither
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