"8~'TEAMBACK FIELLD BGN OKO E
SIDNALSTOi BE USE[D IN SA TURD0A'S GAMEI
Learning new signals and aIBADGERS LEAD SCORING
scrimmage with Coach Keene's IN BIG TEN CONFERENCE
sophomore grid team occupied the1 (Continued from Page 6.)
junior varsity yesterday. Following 'although sustaining its third de-
the limbering up work, the backs feat in as many games, showed de-
and ends were put through various fensive power in holding Notre
pays to srptom themroharnewsDame to one touchdown, which re-
plays to accustom them to a new sulted from a poor kick and a pass.
set of signals which have been issu- The Midshipmen also showed of-
ed while the linesmen were given fensive potentialities when, with
further instruction -in line play. Lloyd doing most of the ball carry-
Coaches Courtwright and Brown' ing, they unleashed an attack in
are working hard to erase the faults the last quarter which carried the
revealed in the game at Ypsilanti pigskin well into Irish territory
since the "B" squad will face a hard several times, once gaining the
battle next 'Saturday with the Ohio Notre Dame seven yard line before
CGLLECTING TICKETS HAS manded admission without showing
a ticket. Now, this is something:
ITS BLUSHING MOMENTS which no self-respecting ticket tak-
er will tolerate from anyone re-
One University of Michigan stu- gardless of that one's stately pro-
dent might be placed in any hall portions or regal bearing.
of fame as a shining example of "You can't get in without one,"
one who follows his orders to per- Purcell is alleged to have said.,
fection, and then some. This young "What, do you know who I am?"
man, Aloysious Purcell, is rumored retorted the other.
to have followed them so well that "I don't care who you are. I have
he should be from Missouri, but he orders to let no one in without a
isn't. He's an Irishman, and, as an ticket, and you can't get in unless;
Irishman, he stuck to his post with you show me one."
an unflinching devotion to duty. Anger waxed great, but to no
'Tis reported with authority that avail, for Purcell could not be mov-
having been apointed a ticket col- ed. Finally, the elderly gentleman
lector at one of the gates during reached into the depths of his coat
the Michigan-Indiana f o o t b a 11 pocket and pulled out a handful of5
game Saturday, he was pursuing pasteboards. Thrusting one at his
his duties 'as instructed when an verbal opponent, he pushed his way:
elderly gentleman of stately pro- through, shouting as he went,
portions approached him and de- "Why, I'm Yost."
WOLVERINE[SqHOP ne 3TO
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more experience should develop in-
to a great flankman.
Although Williams was playing
his first Varsity at right tackle he
handled himself well and bolstered
up the right side of the line con-
siderably until he tired late in the,
third quarter. If the coaches are
able to strengthen this portion of
the forward wall slightly, the rest
of the opponents on the 1928 sched-
ule are going to have a hard time
in breaking through.
Yesterday's practice saw the Var-
The scrimmage with the sopho-
mores disclosed an apparent weak-
ness in the defense and offense of
the junior varsity. Coach Keene's
eleven held the advantage during
most of the battle, showing a far
more consistent attack than that"
revealed by Courtwright's proteges.
The junior varsity backfield was
rnde up of Geistert, quarterback;
Wilson and Beidenweg, halves; and
Hughes, fullback. Wilson broke in-
to the lineup at Ypsilanti Saturday
and= is a possible starter in the
backfield against the Scarlet and
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Yankees took a beating Sunday at
the hands of Benny Friedman's
pro eleven, 35 to 12.
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