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October 13, 1928 - Image 6

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The Michigan Daily, 1928-10-13

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Coach Pat Page's Indiana fc
1 te.ball squad, including approxima
ly 30 members, arrived this mo
'rng on the Michigan Central f
Detroit and immediately establi
ecl the Union as their headqu

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They spent yesterday after
noon within the confines of th
new stadium holding a secr
practice for tomorrow's en
counter with the Wolverine
The work consisted of kickin
and passing practice and sig
nal drills, with a little instruc
tion in fundamentals.
With two exceptions the invad
appeared to be in first, class con
tion for the coming tilt. The
jured players are Rags Matthe
veteran guard and defense capt
and Baley, promising halfb
Injuries of a more scriou
nature, however, are keepin
one Hoosier veteran in
Bloomington hospital, as Tr
baugh, veteran lineman wa
unable to make the trip.
The .tentative lineups given
last night indicated that Coo
Page will probably shuffle
backfield lineup considerably
day. Brubaker is named as
likely starter at the quarterb
position instead of Harrell, w
Ross is favored over Rheinhart
the halfback post opposite C
Chuck Benuett.
A former Detroit high scho
star, Hojnacki, is named in th
probable starting combinatio
at the left guard berth. H
jnacki is one of the promisin
sophomores on the Crimso
squad and formerly starred fo
Northeastern high school.
The Hoosiers will shade
Maize and Blue team in exp
ence, according to statistics of;
two squads, but on the other h
they will be considerablyo
weighed both in the backfield
on the line.
Coach Page has no less tha
20 men who earned letters la
year available this season,i
addition to a wealth of soph
more material.

oot- probably average in the neighbor- 'l
ate- hood of 190 pounds as compared Wisconmsia And Ihinois Are Only cven. After losing to South Car-
)rn- to 180 for the Hoosiers, while the Elevens Playing Outside olina, the Maroons came back last
rom Crimson backfield scales at about Of Dig Ten Saturday against Wyoming to pile
ish- 167 pounds to the man against 130 up the Big Ten scoring record for
~~LT~b~ ~~flI~A~~ iI~lIMI~the day. Coach Stagg fears for his
Lar- for the Wolverines. GOPHER TOfA iUIEa~ea Cen ep gar i
for he olveine. j ~wim~zii, 'i'~ ruu~'~-~linemen when the plunging Indian
fullback of the Iowa lvn Mayes
While the visitors were con- Four games will officially pry fck of th w e n Mas
r- fining their energies to the Mc1~ain, starts his work, and has
cnfineso the saius, the ~open the 1928 Conference gridiron devoted much of his time to the
4ce confines of the stadium, the
et Michigan board of strategy ;schedule today, the Michigan-In- forward wall. Iowa in turn fears
n- sent the Varsity squad through diana tilt here being one of them. Ch cao'sNas n th Maroon back-
its final workout of the week Ohio State will journey to Evanston field. The Chicago team probably
g on Ferry field. to battle Northwestern in one of will be without a captain, since
With a f e w exceptions the : the three big games in or near Chi- l Weislow has an injured knee.
Wolves appeared to be in readi- cago. Purdue will invade Minne- Cardinals Expected To Win
ness to stem the Crimson tide. Poe - sota's stronghold and Iowa will be The Ohio State clash with North-
ders was the only regular not in uni- another eleven performing i - western in Dyche stadium will find
ndi- form, but it is expected that hetcago meeting Stagg's rejuvenated the Buckeyes balancing a good
in- too will be available this afternoon Maroons quarterback, center, guards,and
ews, in case he is needed although he The Purdue-Minnesota clash at tackles against weak ends and an
tain probably will not start the game. Minneapolis should attract the most uncertain offensive power in the
iack attention. Coach Jimmy Phelan of backfield. The Purple line is an
Del Whittle is still troubled Howard Poe Purdue has revamped his lineup unknown quantity but the host of
somewhat with a knee injury Wolverine guard, who will be re- Purde h a plunging backs should test the
somehatsince the DePauw game in the hope Bluckeye forwards quite thoroughly,
receivedlast week in the Mount placed in the starting lineup today of bolst the defense andyedq
us Union game, but is expected by Cragin. Poe is suffering from offense to stop the charge of the The result may have a bearing on
ga to take his place in the start- water on the knee, but there is "Thnde Herd" "Pest" Welch Ifuture Big Ten games.
o- ing lineup, while Leo Draveling, a possibility he may see service w be in the game with instruc- Wisconsin and Illinois both are
tin playing non-Conference opponents,
a- big sophomore end, appeared against the Hoosiers. He is one of i to forget his trick knee as teag eren ophDakta
to be in first class condition. i the seven lettermen on the 1928 irs i ossibl If the burly ball theBadgers meeting North Dakota
Michigan team a si s . State with the Indians battling .Coe.
After a light limbering up drill carrier is right, the Gophers are The Cardinals should have no trou-
out and kicking hractice the squad', due for trouble. ble running over the North Dakota
ach was divided into two teams which t estVirginia Spears Shifts Linemen crew. Zuppke is still experiment-
his took turns at kicking off and re- , nei F"Doc" Spears has been devoting ing with his lineup in an attempt
to- ceiving. I To Renew G idFudthe major part of the week to in- to turn out the balanced combina-
the I_.1 dividual instruction of his veteran tion that last year brought the Big
biI The workout was concludedI (Special To The Daily) line which as yet does not appear Ten title to Illinois. As yet the line
hile by a signal drill and rehearsal PITTSBURGH, Oct 12-Every-to suit him. He apparently is ex- is far from meeting his satisfaction
at of the pla s that will be used pecting a line plunging attack from and the changes in the forward
apt. against the Pagemen in e thing points to the annual clash the Boilermakers, and wishes to wall have been numerous. The end
Conference opener this after- between Pitt and, West Virginia curb such tactics. Nagurski, sup- position is his biggest problem, and
noon. tomorrow at the stadium, to be I posed successor to Joesting, failed he has expressed his opinion of his
01 one of the most bitterly fought ' to show the ground gaining ability flankmen in no uncertain terms.
e of the famous Herb and was shift- ________________
n I It was announced yesterday that games in the history of the two ed to tackle at the first of the
n arrangements had been made to kschools.oweek However he is now back at
g have the famous 100-piece Hoosier The meeting will probably de- Wee gnaHosehindw baawtH
)g marching band on hand for tevl noabtl ewe w his original post and will team with.
the ~ op into a battle between two 'Pharmer, Kirk and Timm in theHel Bos
or game this afternoon. This aggre- scintillating sophomore backs. Ed- Gopher backfield. T i
gation addedntmbesne MicikdieStumpp,dMountaineeequarter The Iowa-Chicago game should I am located at
band which numbers 88 will com- back, is a dangerous open field
the prise the largest array of musicians runner whose long runs sent West prove the real merit of the Chicago0C
e ever assembled in the -new sta- Virginia Wesleyan and H a s k e 11 all come from this section of West 607 Church
the dium. Indians down to defeat. Josh Wil- Virginia.
and liams of the Panthers will attempt A fighting, revengeful band of I still do First Class
out- While a sell-out is not antic- to continue his 50 yard runs that Mountaineers will invade the Pitts- Work
and ipated for today's game, it have thrilled fans in the stadium burgh bowl Saturday to atone for
seems certain that the stands for two consecutive Saturdays. their 40 to 0 defeat last year.
will be well filled, providing The game will, in a sense, be a Indications point to a record-
n the weather is favorable. battle between West Virginians. breaking crowd for the twenty- Remodeling
st Five of the Panther Varsity hail fifth meeting of Pitt ' and West
in BLOOMINGTON - Eight letter- from the Panhandle. Ray Mont- Virginia. To date the Panthers 50 Years at the Trade
o- men headed by Captain Winston, gomery, center or tackle, Charley have won 15 and lost only seven l
free htylbi, are included among the Edwards, quarterback, Markaly games to the Mountaineers, scor- Louis Lindemann
candidates who have reported for Barnes, center, Jesse Crissinger, ing a total of 392 points to 146 for
will swimming practice at Indiana. guard, and Charles Tully, tackle, the invaders.


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