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Yost spent his time with kickers GRID BITS
YOU xfRIIDKBITS ILI and passers. Totzke, one of the (Continued from Page 0.)
transfers from the "B" sq iad, ex perience on the 1926 Varsity squad.
hibited some of the best puntingpty
seen on Ferry field this season, Wesleyan found the right
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tohadvat Whittle and Straub shoedi side of' the Wolverine line any-
___ advantage in the passing drill, thing but unyielding, and this
(Continued on Page 7) Next the freshman "Indiana" weakness must be overcome be-
Michigan has put the Varsity face team appeared on the field, and, fore Chuck Bennett and the
to face with the difficult task of using Hoosier plays, was sent other Page-coached backs take.
meeting some of its hardest Con- against two Varsity elevens in a the field Saturday.
ference competition before the light scrimmage devoted chiefly'
Wolves hae had time to correct to drill on defensive position Juste how the gap will be filled- is
the errorsaapparent inthe opening against the Indiana formations. uncertain at p r e s e n t, but the
game. The first Varsity eleven backfield coaches must find a combination
Determined to reverse the poor was composed of Captain Rich, that can stop the driving attack
showing of the team in the tackl- Gembis, and Totzke, with Whittle that the Hoosiers are bound to send
ing department last Saturday, the at defensive quarterback. Dravel- against them and open holes for
entirehsquad of coaches 'spent, the ing was, inuniform and appeared Capt. Rich and Gembis on offense.'
first hour of yesterday's practice at right end against. the yearlings,
directing the backs, ends and line- while Truskowski occupied the Williams, a transfer from the
men in an intensive tackling drill, other flank position. Junior Varsity, Cragin, Poor-
with three sets of freshmen backs The rest of the practice ses- man and Parker are among the
carrying the ball.. The Varsity sion was spent in a long signal, other possibilities, but which
showed the effect of Monday's ses- drill, all the plays given out yes- pair will be selected for Satur-
sion .in cleaner and harder tackling terday being run through by both day's game remains to be seen.
throughout the drill. teams. Poe's injured knee again
Coach Wieman, Cappon, Vrenker kept him out of uniform, but he One of the greatest needs of the,
and Oosterbaan next sent the and Cornwell and Boden, who are team at present is a forward passer
backs against the ends in wide also on the sick list, appeared on who can toss the oval with at least
flank run formations similar to the field to watch the scrimmage a degree of accuracy. Saturday's
those employed by Ohio Wesleyan with the freshman "Indiana" game saw Michigan attempt 17
Saturday, with two backs blocking team and to follow signal prac- passes and complete only five of
the would-be tacklers. tice. them for a net gain of 23 yards.
While Coach Blott was put- The "B" squad also went throughI
ting linemen through a scrim-1 a long scrimmage, followed by Here again one of Monday's
age with two six men f Qrward signal practice on the plays to be additions to the squad, Del
walls facing each other, first' on used Saturday against Michigan Whittle, may solve the problem.
ofense and' then on defense, Coach State Normal at Ypsilanti. The Mount Union contest was

sible for both of the Michigan YANKS MAKE IT THREE STRAIGJ
touchdowns.
(Continued from Page 6.) first half: Smith lead o
Furthermore, Whittle has had saw Ruth get his third circuit single, was forced at s
Conference experience having play- smash. Together they granted a Maranville who reached
ed the entire game against Illinois ( stone bag on Koenig's w
last year, when Gilbert was forced total of 15 hits. Hoyt then cut loose a
out of the lineup by illness. He Orsatti's single and High's well center trying for the Ra
may prove the solution of the Wol- placed bunt that went for a hit, the old boy cantered a
verine quarterback problem. combined with Frisch's sacrifice disc.
fly launched the Cards into a run New York .....000 100 4
CHICAGO-A record crowd is ex- one lead in the third. The follow- St. Louis.......001 100 0
pected to view the Notre Dame- ing frame saw another tally added Hoyt and Bengough,
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14,15,16
LOST-Brief case containing notes
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Reward. ' 14,15,16
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