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PURPLE AT EVANSTON 1
Both Wildcats And Buckeyes Have
Fast Backfields But Ohio
Line Is Favored
Coach Fisher Divides Freshman Squad
To Use Payers In Varsity Scrimmage
Although the number of men are Brockmier, Roach, Drean, Hay-
out for freshman football has den, Grinell, Kaninski, Loenke,
dropped from 150 to about 90, Coach Rasmussen, Townsend, Samuels,
Ray Fisher stated that the yearling and Jones. These men compose a
team this year would at least stack heavy forward wall and several of
up with the, best that have been 'them appear to be likely Varsity
turned out in recent years. The candidates for next year.
line appears to be especially good. Backs Show Ability
Use Plays Against Varsity The flanks of the yearling line
Coach Fisher has divided his men are not as well taken care of as the
into an "A" squad and a "B" squad, rest of the forward wall. Barthol-
the method of choice resting on omew, Dierberger, Hewitt, Jones,
the experience of the various men. Mosser, and O'Neil have the call at
The "A" squad is composed of 40 end at present.
men, and it is this team that is The backs, though light for the
Varsity opposition use. The Fresh- most part, are fast and shifty. Sev-
taught the plays that the Big Ten eral triple-threat men have shown
men then scrimmaged the Varsity, up well in the scrimmage with the
using these pig ys, thus helping the Varsity. Those backfield men who
Varsity perfect a defense for them. have caught Coach Fisher's eye are
The linemen on the "A" team Morrison, Holland, Hicks, Priest,
who have shown to best advantage McDaniel, and Schindel with An-
and have had the most experience derson at quarterback.
RESERVES TO MEET NORMAL TODAY
(Continued from Page G) Coach Courtright has had to form
and Cook, centers, will also prob- a new backfield combination with
ably sea action. Geistert, quarterback, and Hughes,
Due to the transfer of four reg- fullback, as a nucleus. Grodsky and
ular backs, Whittle, Totzke, Dah- Biedenweig will start in the half-
lem, and McBride, to the "A" squad, back positions today.
(Special To The Daily)
EVANSTON, Oct. 12-Northwest-I
ern and Ohio State ring up the
curtain on the Western Conference
football season here Saturday when .
the two teams clash at Dyche sta-
dium. Coaches of both elevens
have worked feverishly during the'
last several weeks to get their
teams in readiness for the early Robert Matthew
Judging from the practice games Veteiran Indiana guard and de-
in which both teams participated fe ansvecptin, woda willnostr
last week, indications point to two against Michigan today due to in-
great backfields meeting each other juries sustained in the game against
in the coming engagement. Each Oklahoma last week. Matthew was
team has a capable set of backs considered one of the best guards
adept at running and passing at.. in the Big Ten last season.
tacks. The Buckeyes will presentj exception of the ends are all vet-
such redoubtable backs as Krus- erans of either one or two years
kamp, Cory, Eby and Holman, all experience. Sinkler and Ilazen will
four: of whom have demonstrated function at tackle and Dart and
marked ability in their respective Anderson at guard. Erickson, a
oflmer Leads Purple junior, is likely to start at center.
To match the above quartet, Both Baker and Woodworth, the
. 9 ' two regular ends, are sophomores.
Northwestern will offer Capt. Walt twrgla _ndaroors
Roher,'Bill Calderwood, "Yatz"
Levison and Henry Bruder, the lat- PROBABLE LINE-UP
ter a sophomore who has yet to Northwestern Ohio State
face the test of Conference com- Baker..........LE........ Sutina
-Sinkler. L T RaskowskiI
Parisienne School of ancing
Telephone 7997 325 South Fifth Avenue
under direction of Nico Charissi
Ohio is expected to have a mark-
ed edge in the line both as to
weight and experience. The Buck-
eye forward wall has a number of
able stalwarts headed by the all-
American tackle, Leo Raskowski.
Other: Buckeye forwards of worth
kre Ujhelyi and - Young, guards;
Larkins, tackle, and Surina and
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Anderson ......LG....... Ujhelyi
Erickson ...... C........ Barratt
Dart ..........RG........ Young
Hazen ........R T....... Larkins
Woodworth ...RE........ Fessler
Hanley .......QB....... Holman
Calderwood ...LH........... Ebya
Holmer ........ FB.........CoryI
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Corner State and Washington Sts.
Arthur I Stalker, D.D., Minister
Parley C. Bingham, Associate
Minister and Student Director
10:30 a. m.-"The Church and
Politics" Dr. Arthur W.
7:30 p. m.-Wesleyan Guild
lecture, Mr. Ernest H. Cher-
ring-ton, LL.D., Secretary of
World League Against Alcohol,
speaker. Subject: "National
Prohibition, Its Purpose and
Huron and Division Sts.
Merle H. Anderson, Minister
Dale H. Moore, Associate
Mrs. Nellie B. Caldwell, Secretary
9:30 a. m.-Church school.
i0 a'. m.-Student class in audi-
10:45 a. m.-Morning worship.
Sermon, "The Birthplace of
5:30 p. m.-Social hour for
6:30 p. m.-Young People's meet-
ing; leader Walter North.
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
R. Edward Sayles, Minister
Howard R. Chapman, Minister
10:30-Morning worship. Mr.
Sayles speaks on "Blessed Are
the Poor in Spirit." (First in
series of Beatitudes.)
12:00-Student Group at Guild
House. Prof. James E. Cox
5:30-Happy Friendship Hour.
All welcome. Eats.
6:30-" T h r e e Directions in
which to Develop the Spiritual
Life." This topic will be pre-
sented by Fred Kulata, '29
Brief organ recital opens morn-
Fourth Ave., between Packard
Rev. C. William Roth
"Slow down, brother-I'm
breaking in a new patr of
ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH
Washington St. at Fifth Ave.
E. C. Stellhorn, Pastor
9:00 a. m.-Sermon in the Ger-
10:30 a. m.-Service with sermon
on "The Wisdom from Above."
"So am I But I don't know
Pin doing it.
"Next time you need a new
pair of kicks getFlorshein s
and there'll be no other.
kind of kicks afterward."
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FIRST CHURCH OF
409 S. Division St.
10:30 a. m.-Regular Morning
Service. Sermon topic: "Are
Sin Disease and Death Real?"
11:45 a. m.-Sunday School fol-
lowing the morning service.
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