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RAI N STOPS DRILL ON
KICKING AND PASI.G4
Yost Works With Passers And
Ends; Wieman Coaches Linemen
And Kickers
PRACTICE FUNDAMENTALS
With the second scrimmage of
the season difinitely scheduled for
this afternoon, the big Wolverine
football squad continued its drill
on fundamentals yesterday, work-
ing out in two separate groups un-
til showers drove them indoors.
Early in the afternoon Coach
Wieman sent Joe Gembis, veteran
fullback, and Bill Brown, husky
center candidate, through a
lengthy drill in kicking goals from
placement. Following this he work-
ed with a number of the line candi-
dates, including Cragin, Sherwood,
Brown, Steinke, Poorman, Pom-
merening, Squier, Parker and
Kubicek in catching short kiks
and falling on a roiling ball.
Practice Re wr~ng Punts
In the meantime Coaches Yost
and Cappon put Capt. Rich, Gem-
bis, Bator, Wheeler, Holmes, Hozer,
Straub, Dansby, Dahlem, and
Avery through an extensive pass-
ing drill.
Later some of these candidates
took turns at catching punts from
the toe of Danny Holmes, while the
ends worked in pairs at covering
the man who received, the kicks.
Draveling, 200 pound end from Port
Huon, Truskowski, McCoy, Corn-
wall, Boden, and Orwig comprised'
the fankers who took part in these
activities.
Simultaneously with these drills,
the rest of the members of th
Varsity squad worked on funda-
mentals on South Ferry field with
considerable attention being devot-
ed to instructing the backs in
straight-arming and the other
methods of eluding would-be tack-
lers.
Hold Indoor Blocking Drill
When showers interrupted the
outdoor practice, the squad retired
to the field house where the
coaches worked with a select group
of line and backfield candidates on
blocking.
With less than two weeks re-
maining before the opening game
Oct. 6 with Ohio Wesleyan, the per-
sonnel of the team that will face
the Battling Bishops is still largely
a mystery. This afternoon's scrim-
mage and that of Saturday, how-
ever, are expected to aid the
coaches materially in selecting the
starting combination.
Captain Rich has been showing
his old form in practice and is
practically a certain starter, al-
though his position will hing on
the disposition of the veteran full-
back Joe Gembis. If Gembis is
placed at the fullback post, Rich
will handle one of the halves,
otherwise he will probably be given
the fullback assignment. Stanley
Hole, whose passing and defensive
*play were the bright spots in the
Red backfield Saturday is another
player who will bear watching.
At present the quarterback selec-
tion appears to be a' tossup be-
tween Wheeler and Holmes, both
of whom are triple threat men,
with Straub as a third possibility.
The work of Bator, rangy sopho-
more back, in the initial scrim-
mage stamps him as a likely pros-
pect for one of the halfback berths.
The task of developing two cap-
able ends appears to be the great-
est problem facing the coaches at
present, although 'today's scrim-
mage should aid in its solution. Joe
Truskowski, regular center in 1926,
and Marsh Boden are the only ex-

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FOOTBALL SQUAD

Asbeck, Avery, Barley, Bat-)
or, Bauer Bergman, Bieden-
weg, Boden, A. Bovard, T. Boy-)
ard, F. Brown, W. Brown, Car-
Iter, Cooke, Cornwell, Cragin,!
Dahlem, Dansby, Decker, Dob-
bin, Draveling, Duff, Fish,
Gembis, Geistert, Gitman,
IGrodsky, Gundry, Hager,)
Holmes, Hozer, Hughes, Kan-I
itz, Keene, Kerr, Kubicek, )
ILytle, McBride, McCormick,)
McCoy, Meese, Morgan, Moyer,
IOlson, Orwig, C. Parker, R.)
Parker, Patton, Poe, Poorman,)
lPommerening, Pr ec o bb, )
IReichman, Rich (Capt.), )
IRisk, Schurrer, Sherwood,)
Simrall, Slater, Squier, Smith, )
Straub, Steinke, Sukupchak,)
Totzke, Truskowski, Wheeler,
Widman, Whittle and Willi-)
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EXPECT LARGIEST CROWD
AT CHICAGO-IRISH GAME
(By Associated Press)
CHICAGO, Sept. 25. - Advance
ticket sales indicate the largest
crowd that ever witnessed a foot-
ball contest, probably 135,000, will
jam Giant Soldier Field 'for the
Navy-Notre Dame game, October
113.
More than 90,000 tickets have
already been sold, Norman C. Bar-
ry, chairman of the committee for
arrangements, has. announced, and
more requests are streaming in
daily. The University of Southern
California-Notre Dame game last
year, also at Soldier Field, now
holds the record, 117,000 watching
the contest.
I) Freshman baseball games)
which were to have been play-
ed Tuesday will be played to- )
day at four o'clock.)
Intramural Department. )

1F'ootball Squad I- alamazoo Points, toward State (.iame
~T f ~CALL FOR CANDIDATESj
1 INumboer O us e~s'I FOR FOOTBALL MANAGER While. Alma P'reparegs For Title Race
I I All second semester fresh-__________
Upon the biggest and one of the. men and sophomores wishing When Kalamazoo college opens With eleven veterans available
hevet, a irhehsoyof t r otfrfotalmn its 1923 football season next Satur- for the 1928 grid campaign hopes
football at Michigan will rest the alter are requested to report I'day with a. game against Michigan are high at Alma for a third sue-
chances of the Maize and Blue in between two and four o'clock State college, Coach Chester Bar-! cessive M. I. A. A. football chain-
th oig gridiron season. In- Is fenonaos il nard will have a veteran backfield pionship. The letter men again
e luded within the present squad ofj house. and four veteran line-men to base eligible are Captain Karpp, Lamb,
70 men are 11 who tip the scalesDaaNtoMngr his hopes on. Wagner, and Golden backs;. Aro-
at20pounds or over while 20 of For the, opening enouznter Coach zian and an~rgeorakls riko
th 92Barnard, is expected to start )Cap- ana~eo guards; Vande-
candidates attain or exceed teCUTYCUTYvno n itnof cnes
mar9higt.CROSS ONTYtamn Davis, Black, Lamb, andadv eent r and.Ktedrfcnes
sixioo inCANDIDATES REPORT Clemens in the backfield. ThisanVeernd
All positions on the eleven areI quartet will no doubt find fewer Karpp and Arozian are both all
being hotly contested judging FOR FIRST PRACTICE well-opened; holes this year, how- M. I. A. A. performers in their re-
______spective positions. Walter Pezet,
by the number of men turning out ta e addtsfreefrtohwtclsada formerly of Detroit Northwestern,
for each.eTheeaaree12cenddinathe foreend must grace the line. With ;and similarly honored last year,
present squad, 18 half backs, fivethFrsmnCosCutyta Jhsnafr-er aatc- may return to school. Only two
quarerbcks si ful bckssixanswered the call issued yesterday ter and. the guard. positions filled. sophomores to date have shown
qurebaksx ulbcksxby Coach Hornberger, and other. by Wicks and McDonald,, two other poie ert ake n
centers, 11 guards and 12 tackles. ae xetdt pero h eeas h ide'fteln pole ldn Ha ake n
In experience the squad is not nmsepce tupero heIvtrnth ide'fth ieGle a halfback are the i-em-
to~~~~~ ~~~ thsa ihgnsadr list when the men leave Waterman should be strong. Schrier, captain-I bers of last ya'syaln sqd
since uonlyMneimanCatandrch, Gynmn today for their first two, elect of the basketball team, will whypearsy t eaen thea
bssieofltoe mn arofplaynwihlemile jaunt. The squad's activities be at one ,end. wveteafrpieytios. etnh
boass o tw yers o ply wilewill be restricted to short runs for The vacancies at the tackles po-verasfrpito.
but seven have had one year of the remainder of this week, and sitions is Coach Barnard's great- adAbotemr ieycn
competition. for most of next., est problem at the present time, tenders for the M. I. A. A. title.
The junior class is most promin- Trial runs over the full 21, milel Several promising candidates from Besides the M. I. A. A. games,
ent in the 1928 squad with 26 rep- course will start a week from Sat- last year's Freshman squad have Kalamazoo, college faces contests
resentatives. The senior and sopho- urday, continuing until the last reported who may be able to step with Michigan State, Notre Dame
more classes each have 22 of their Saturday the present season, at into these holes. If the line is "B" team, and General Motors
members fighting for ?laces on the' which time the final run will be properly patched, Kalamazoo will Tech of Flint.
team. held and awards will be made, be dangerous to Alma, Hillsdale,
Michigan has as usual con-_________
tributed most of the material for _ at4!B!!~llil~I18!!!1l111~11ll!l11~111!!lll!!l1l111lF1
this year's team since 40 of the=-Qult an
players come from within the -N-Qult an
'boundaries of the state. Detroit EFRATE.RNITIESAN SORORITIES
again leads with seven men and
Ann Arbor is next with four. The ; . 2lTC RI L ~ L
remainder of the squad comes from GIVE S A T'R A O L
11 different states. Nine claim Ohio -°
as their home, six come from Illi- -YO R P I INNE D-P on
nois, five from Indiana, three from _e-Yr YOUn ac ro riPINTING Nlee DSPhone
IMassachusettes, Iowa, Connecticut,=Prnig. a
' Oklahoma, Colorado, Kentucky and
Missouri. =
Fred Asbeck, of baseball fame, _M
and Joe Gembis are the heaviest q , &L
men to report, each weighing 210i-y
pounds. In addition, Asbeck can I " Smart feminine apparel MU
lay claim to being the tallest mem- ! oNuresJor beter unmpesons cleaning-our presing of Di
ber of the squad since his height of 71N.UivAe.Pon>80>OvrGeM e's in excellence to the cleanir
six feet six and one-half inches is P R]
far ahead of the other gridders. Your GIaIIIIliHillIII InsuredII

HOCPEIS OFFREHME
Over One Hundred Candidates Now
Reporting for Practice
Under Coach Fisher
PUNTERS SHOWAILI TV
Limbering up to get -in condition
for future scrimmages occupied
Coach Ray Fisher's freshman foot-
ball candidates in the second prac-
tice session of the season yester-
day afternoon. The squad went
through a group of setting up ex-
ercises in order to loosen up stiff,
muscles and joints.
Some attention was devoted to
the kickers by the coaches. Sever-
al yearlings who displayed punt-
ing ability were given individual
instruction.
More than 100 aspirants, for
numerals have repor'ted for work-
outs. The linemen are heavier
than usual, several 200 pound mnert
being included in the group. The
backs, however, are. a lighter lot
than the line candidates.-

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