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October 10, 1928 - Image 6

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outpunt any of the other' play-
ers on the Varsity squad. Varsity Holds Stiff Tackling Drill,
Signal Practice and Light
Then there is Pete Cornwell who Scrimmage Follow
played a short time Saturday even
though he had been bothered all LINE DRILLS FOR HOOSIERS
week by injuries. While he was

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Although no definite lineup will
be announced for the Indiana game
before the end of the week, it seems

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Ohio State and Purple
Open Big Ten Seasons
At Evanston Saturday
(Special To The Daily,)
EVANSTON, Il1 , Oct. 9.-Ohio
State, rpsetdby what appears
to be its strongest team in recent
years, invades Evanston here Sat-
urday in the opening of the Big
Ten season for both the Buckeyes
and Northwestern.
willi t his p ro e wo als x
strong Butler eleven last Saturday.
While the Purple exhibited the
usual early season tendancy for
fumbling, there were signs of po-
tential power in the performance of
several ball carriers.
The line bore up well under the
hammering of the Butler attack
but what it will be able to do
against the ponderous Ohio
smashesc is .much in doubt. Out
side of the first string forwards
Coach IianlEyi has little in the way
of capable-liniemen. In Sinkler and
Hazen, tackles and Anderson and
Dart guards, he has a quartet of
able linemen but few reserves.
Mickey Erickson, regular center,
has a promising understudy in Bob
Clark, sophomore.

highly probable that several chan-
ges will be made in the front that
opposed Ohio Wesleyan in the op-
ener Saturday.
Among the positions that are
uncertain are the ends, none
of the four men who saw ser-
vice against the Battling Bish-
ops having lived up to pre-
game expectations.
It may be that Leo Draveling,
200-pound sophomore from Port
Huron will solve half of this difli-
culty, but as yet his prowess are
of an unknown quality, injuries
having prevented the coaches from
using him either in scrimmage or
in the opening game.
Draveling's ailing shoulder is
now in shape and it will not be
surprising if he is given an op-
portunity to show his wares
Saturday. Incidentally he can

in the game, Cornwell showed that
he knew how. to turn in the oppos-
ing backs on end runs.
A third candidate who will
bear watching is one of the new
additions to the Varsity squad,
Harson Smith of Algonac. In
the scrimmages between the
Varsity and the Junior Varsity,
Smith's play at end has been
of a high caliber and he per-
formed well against Mt. Union
Saturday.
In their search for a capable
punter the coaches may find that
Totzke is the solution of the team's
kicking problem. He is a consist-
ent punter and performs well un-
der fire, and has had" a year's ex-
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Michigan's Varsity football team,
rated in the unusual position of
underdog for the Indiana game,
went through its second hard prac-
tice yesterday in an effort to turn
the offense and defense which
were so sadly lacking in the dis-
astrous Ohio Wesleyan fray into
something capable of stopping Pat
Page's confident eleven.
The Hoosiers will bring an ex-
perienced heavy line and a flashy
backfield against the Varsity,
which on advance dope would ap-
pear to be about all they need to
upset Michigan on its home
grounds for the first time in In-
diana football history. The assur-
ance that Pat Page will send one
of the strongest elevens ever pro-
duced at Bloomington against
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NEW STYLE NOTES
FOR FALL 1928
SUITS:-Long, soft-rolling lapels will be more popular this Fall
in sack suits. Three-button suits, two buttons to button, and
2-button suits will be more popular with the better dressed man. The trousers will be
slightly higher waisted and bottoms a trifle narrower, i. e., 19 or 20 inches. Trousers
with a cuff will give a straight effect. Various shades of grey and blue-grey with neat
stripes, and in unfinished worsted materials will be very good.
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