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October 20, 1928 - Image 6

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(Special To The Daily)


- IOWA CITY, Oct. 19-Smooth
Scarlet And Gray Reserves Beat travel over one-fifth of the long
Ohio Wesleyan Seconds On road of Big Ten games accom-
Forward Pass Plays plished, the University of Iowa's
football team has now started pre-
BRGWN TO PLAY QUARTER paring for the second lap of the
journey. Chicago, first Conference
Probable Lineups rival, was downed 13-0 last Sat-
Ohio "B'" Michigan "B" urday in the first Hawkeye victory
:Hudson.... ...LFE......... Carter over a Maroon football team in 28
Reese ........ .LT.... . Bergman years.
Sattle ........LG. Bauer or Sullo, Credited with a crushing attack,:
Walker.........C.......Sherwood Minnesota's eleven will oppose Iowa
Ray ..........RG........Morgan here, Oct. 27. Then, after the'
Lemon ........RT. Hager or Cook South Dakota game Nov. 3, come
Evans .... . ....RE........... Kerr Ohio State, Wisconsin, and Michi-
Freppel ......QB. ........Brown gan.
Dunn.......... RH.... Biedenwieg Iowans Play Ripon
Fivaz..........LH........ Wilson But while the Hawkeyes focus
Wiragos ' .......FB........ Hughes their attention on the Gopher
Two Conference "B" teams will game, they will take "in stride"
meet for the, first time when the the strong Ripon eleven from Wis-
Ohio State and Michigan junior consin on Iowa field tomorrow.
, varsity elevens clash at 2:30 o'clock The Redmen come to Iowa City
this afternoon on old Ferry field, winners of .two of three games. It
while the varsities are battling at was this Ripon eleven which down-
Columbus. ed Chicago, 12 to 0, in one of the
The Buckeye reserves boast a game on the Maroon's !double-
perfect record in games won, hav- header progra n two weeks ago.
ing defeated the Ohio Wesleyan re- Somewhat of a throw-back to
serves last Saturday, 13-0, in their the championship Hawkey teams
first game. Needless to say they of 1921 and 1922 was the display of
are anxious to maintain this unsul- .relentless power made by the lo-
lied record. wans against Chicago. The Old
Yerkes Coaches Buckeyes Gold offense made 123 yards and
The Ohio State team arrived Fri- two touchdowns in 15 plays within
day morning and engaged in a the first 10 minutes of the game.
workout on the field in the after- Then the team settled back to a
noon. They are being coached by cautious style of play which pro-
Howard Yerkes who was a member duced no more scoring.
of the championship Buckeye elev -MeLain Shows Ability
ens of 1916 and 1917. Yerkes was Despite'a'defense fashioned for
selected as an All-Western playe Dsieadfnefsindfr
during his career at Ohio. yer him by A. A. Stagg, Chicago's craf-~
In their game with the reserves ty coach, Mayes McLai, Iowa's
of the now-famous Battling Bish- Indian fullback, was impressive in
ops, the State team broke through his first Conference game. He
for a couple of touchdowns in the made 98 yards from scrimmage in
second quarter and then found the 21 trials, and played well on de-
Wesleyan goal line impenetrable. fense. MLain punted seven times,
Passing was an important feature and averaged 47 yards. His best
of bt ftermres un effort traveled 57 yards. McLain, a
scheduled to start at right half to- Armil, and Glassgow, the Hawkeye
day, bucked the ball over from the offensive triumvirate, made 227!
yard line for the first one after yards fromascrimmage against the -
a long pass had brought the oval Maroons-all but 22 yards of the
deep into Wesleyan territory. Iowan's total gains.
Muddy Field Likely Lunging out of the sluggishness
A muddy field seems to be in which marked its play against i
prospect for the game, and the Monmouth in the first game,
heavy gridiron may resolve the Iowa's line has developed into a
game into a line plunging fray no potent aid-for the backs. The vic
doubt seriously hindering the use ious charge of the forwards is
of the forward pass. opening rifts in the opponents' de-
The Michigan team has spent the fense, but when Iowa takes t I
week smoothing out the defects re- defensive, the linemen yield ground1
vealed in the fray with M. S. M. C. too generously. Creating a strong-
at Ypsilanti. Most of the time has er defense is a problem for the
been spent on the perfection of coaches as they look forward to
plays to be used against the in- Minnesota with N a g u r s k i and
Vaders, although fundamentals HHovde.
such as tackling and blocking have Iowa players came through the
not been completely neglected. Chicago game without injuries.
Wilson To Replace Grodsky Three ends, Lloyd Grimm, Gus Ma-
A shakeup in the backfield has strogany, and Oakley Carlsen, are
also taken place during the week. expected to be in good shape by
According to tentative lineups, Wil- the time of the Minnesota game
son will replace Grodsky at left after injuries sustained in practice.
half and Brown will take Geis-
tert's position at quarter. Wilson Former Teammates
was injected -into the game last
Saturday, and drew favorable com- To Meet On Gridiron
ment by his hard tackling and
blocking as well as his speed in (special To The Daily)
carrying the ball. BLOOMINGTON, Ind., Oct. 19--
Brown will get his first chance Two former high school teammates
as a field general against the Scar- will oppose each other Saturday
let and Gray reserves from Co- afternoon at Champaign when the
lumbus. He has' been converted Conference champions, Illinois,
into a quarterback after starting meet the Scrappin' Hoosiers. Ken
the season as an end. The other Fields, Illinois quarterback, who
two members of the backfield quar- has played most of the two open-
tet will be the same as at Ypsilnti, ing games, hails from Elkhart, Ind.,
Hughes being entrusted with the which is also the home of Clare
(Continued on page seven) Randolph, Indiana's center.

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(By Associated Press)
EAST LANSING. Oct. 19-Assum-
ing the offensive for the first time
this week, the Michigan State col"-
lege Varsity squad resumed prac-
tice Thursday on the old college
field where rain had barred play
Coach Harry Kipke pulled an-
other surprise when he jerked Ce-
cil Fogg, reserve end, whom he hadI
been grooming to take over Jos- '
lin's tackle, and sent in Don Ridler,
215-pound Detroit giant, at the
right guard position. Ridler sens-
ed the opportunity before him, and
gave a good account of himself.
Stress Offense Plays,
He seemed to be a bit over anxi-
ous, however. After he had em-
phasized the defensive all week,
Kipke put his charges through a
heavy offensive, bringing into the
attack a string of new plays.
The Spartans broke through the
best the freshmen could offer in
an impressive manner when they
limited their play to straight foot-
A repetition of previous mis-
takes with their aerial attack
classes the State team in the same.
position as the worst of any con-
ference in what seems to be the
difficult art of passing. State was
successful Thursday only with a
deceptive short pass which was one
of the new plays brought into ac.
tion. In the long range attack the
State passer invariably was wild or
else the receiver fumbled the ball.
Place Kickers Fail
A place kick practice preceding'
the regular scrimpnge again was
a repetition of previous failures.
Few of the balls shot through the
goal posts during the drill.
Colgate's squad was expected to
arrive here this morning from
Hamilton, N. Y. They were sched-
uled to workout this afternoon in
the State stadium.

California Slight Favorite In Tilt
That Will Draw Over 100,00
West Coast Fans


Pre-season games for the most
part having been played off. major
elevens all over the country are
now bending to the task of success-
fully meeting stronger and more
dangerous opposition. This Satur-
Iay in particular marks the begin-
,ing of the long climb to sectional
and national honors.
The feature scene moves this
week-end from Soldiers' field, Chi-
ag'e, where Navy bowed in defeat
to Notre Dame last Saturday, to the
bowl at Berkeley where California
and Southern California will clash.
Critics Favor Trojans "
It was estimated that 122,000
fans flocked to see the contest in
the Windy city last week, and re-
ports have it that upwards of 100,-
000 will at least attempt to catch
a glimpse of the important battle
on the coast this week. Critics favor
the Trojans to win the struggle, but
the margin of victory is apt to be
While these two teams are fight-
ing it out, a dozen or more less im-
portant games will also be in pro-
gress. Among these are included
the Colorado Aggies, Rocky Moun-
tain champions, who take on the
University of-Utah, in what prom-
ises to be one of the interesting
games in the West.
Alabama To Face Tenessee
In the South, Tennessee has a
real job on her hands, trying to
stem the Crimson tide, Alabama
being favored to win. Georgia Tech
will spend a busy afternoon with
the lads from South Bend. For the
first time in years it seems as
though the Golden avalanche has
an outside chance to down a Rock-
ne-coached Notre Dame squad.
Nebraska travels East this week
to meet a powerful Syracuse eleven.
Out to avenge the decisive defeat
handed them at Lincoln last sea-
son, the Westerners should prove
difficult to smother.
Two performances of lesser im-
portance that will, however, hold
the attention of many football en-
(Continued on Page Seven)

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Line stars of the Ohio State squad
who are certain to oppose the Wol-
verines in this afternoon's game
at Columbus. The Scarlet and Gray
forward wall is built around Leo
Raskowski, 210-pound tackle, whose

work last season coon him an all-
American berth.
Another line star is Fred Barrett,
formerly a Michigan State college
player, whose work in the games
played thus far rank him as the

best center boasted by an Ohio
State team in recent years. Ujehli,
guard, and Cox, tackle, arc the
other ranking players in the Buck-
eye first line of defense. Surina
appears to be a certain choice to
fill one of the end berths.

Derais Sends Titans Through Practice
In Preparation For Game With


(By Associated Press) yesterday.
DETROIT, Oct. 19-Far from The freshmen, using Loyola plays
optimistic as -to his team's chances made long gains against the Var-
against Loyola university of New sity, something that the Titans pre-I
Orleans Saturday, Coach Charles vious collegiate opponents have not
E. Dorais gave the University of been able to do with marked reg-
Detroit squad its last long practice ualrity. Dorais decided to have

Les Vachon call the signals in
place of Lloyd Brazil who has been
the field general from a halfback
position, and indicated that Ma-
loney might do the kicking in Bra-
zil's stead. The Titan attack is cen-
tered around the former Flint star,
who will concentrate on ball carry-
ing and passing.

HAMILTON, N. Y., Oct. 19-Col-I
gate's football team left last night
for Lansing, Mich., where the team
will meet Michigan State on Sat-
urday. Twenty-four players were,
in the squad. The team was given
a send-off by the entire student
body. The lineup probably will' be
the same as that of last week with
the exception that the powerful.
Vaughn will play at fullback.





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