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- RIDAY, APRTL 26, 1929

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TWO EEVENS FO PIGGIIO QA
SEEATIONINFISTSCRIMAGOIF
Real football was the order oi team was under the direction of
the day at south Ferry field yes-; Coach Cappon.
terday afternoon when the spring Several members of last year's
vaqrsit and freshman teams were

gridiron candidates went through
scrimmage under the scrutiny of
the coaches. Although the players,
naturally enough, failed to display
the condition that marks such ses-
sions in the fall, they made the
opposition realize that it was no
parlor sport that they were indulg--
ing in..
Coach Tad Wieman picked two
teams from the large squad of
gridders, and gave each of these
groups a few plays to rehearse.
Coach Veenker put one eleven
through its tactics, while the other
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noticeable in the lineup of Coach
Veenker's group. These included
Draveling, Bovard, Hewitt, Hudson,
and Auer. The backfield was com-
posed of three freshmen, Daniels,
Heston, and Priest, while Simrall
of Varsity fame was at quarterback.
While the other players were par-
ticipating in the scrimmage, the
remainder of the squad went
through a session of receiving
punts. George Rich had charge of
this group, while Jim Miller, Var-
sity quarterabek in 1927, did the
kicking.

Orange Appear Weak
In Staff Of Huriers
traub at third, while Truskowski4
will take over the backstop duties.
The only possibility of a shift lies
in Myron's head injury of last Tues-
day, which may keep him out of
today's tilt. In that event Kubicek
will be shifted to shortstop, and
Moodie, utility man, will play sec-
ond base. Besides the above play-
ers, Asbeck, who is slated to pitch
the second game of the series to-
morrow, and Reichman, substitute
catcher, made the trip.
University of Indiana.-Accord-
ing to Miss Margaret Bridgman, of
I the English department, fascinat-
ing speech, almost a lost art, in-
stead of physical beauty, is one of4
the greatest secrets of a charming
personality.

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