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THE MICHIGAN

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VI[ Xi LI By Harold Dubinsky,
I I U~~UlU U I L hOl L Sports Editor,'Daily Cardinal +
MADISON, Wis., Oct. 25-Wiscon-;
embis Shows Form In Kicking Off sin,. with its strong team of soph-
To Freshman Backs; Varsity omores is going through one of the+
Breaks Up Pass Offense the; hardest week's of practice in
preparation for the Michigan
GOOD BLOCKING SHOWN game Saturday at Ann Arbor. The
,essential reason for all this inten-
Despite intermittent rainfall and sive practice dates back to last
wet and ipermi ield, CoacdSaturday when Purdue flashed an
wet and slippery field, Coach unexpected offense and defense to
'ieman again sent the Varsity tie the highly touted Badgers, 19-19.1
trough a long drill on defense, Coach Thistlethwaite realizing
)nsisti.g of dummy scrimmage that inexperience often ruins the
gainst a freshman eleven using prospects of a powerful team, is
isconsin plays sendig the Badger through thel
final few days of practice to perfect'
The results of this week's drill a driving offense and to correct the
i fundamentals first became ap- supposedly powerful line.
arent during a short offensive For many years Wisconsin has
ill with. the backs carrying the been trying to put over a victory
al against Coach Keen's sopho- on a Michigan team, and for many
ore linemen when the Varsity years that effort has been in vain.
ids and backs showed the best Friedman and several other Wol-
ocking seen on Ferry field this verines just simply prevented a
ason, continually taking the op- victory.
sing linemen out of play on end Wisconsin Determined
ins and off-tackle smashes. Now- the- Badgers are determined
While Coaches Wieman and to get.that victory despite the dis-
eenker were engaged in putting missal of two of its veteran stars
ae backs through a short signal this week. Kresky and Rose the
.actice, Coach Blott directed the two veterans dismissed cas a dis-
nemen in a drill on blocking and ciplinary measure, will be replaced
reaking through the line. by the wealth of material which
With the yearlings lined up in Coach Thistlethwaite has on hand.
isconsin's formation, Gembis and Lusby, the sophomore who played
raveling took turns at kicking off so brilliantly against Purdue last
hile two Varsity teams went down week, will undoubtedly be in the
get the freshman backs. Gem- backfield. Sammy Behr, another
is showed to best advantage at sophomore, will probably by in the
he kicking post, several of his starting lineup. His play in the
ng high boots allowing the Var- backfield has qualified him for a
ty to stop the freshman backs regular position.
efore they reached the twenty Smith Ready To Play
Ird line. Harold Smith, the giant fullback'
This drill was followed by an- on the Badger squad, although in-
her dummy scrimmage, with the' jured by Welch in the Purdue game
arsity linemen trying to, break last. week, has fully, recovered and
irough and block the yearling will probably get many opportuni-
ints and place kicks. ties to try his stuff against the
The freshmen next tried Badger Michigan line. Bo Cuisiner, the
ass formations against the Var- short Badger quarter, will in all
ty with little success, most of the events start the game at quarter.
Cardinal" tosses being knocked Despite his short stature, Cruisiner
own and intercepted while the has been startling the world with
nemen continually broke through his fast rinning and his all around
hurry the passer. generalship.
The first string line. against, the Binish and Lubradovitch will
earlings consisted of Truskowski probably start the game at tackle!
id Draveling, ends; Pommeren- positions, with Parks and Backus
(Continued on Page 7) at the guard positions. Gantenbein
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and -L. Smith will probably hold
down the ends. ,With this teamUU
lies the hopes of the Badger fans I
for a victory over Michigan. Ex-
cept for the fact that fraternity Drill In Fundamentals Have
rushing will start this week-end! Up Major Portion Of Fi
Wisconsin fans would probably be Two Weeks Practice
in Michigan en-masse. As it is a

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Word has been received from i from Chicago where they stop-
Madison to the effect that the Wis- ped over to see a professional
entrained last football game after Saturday's
~cnsin grid squad enrie at tussle with Purdue at Lafayette.
night for Ypsilanti and are expec-
ted to arrive there sometime this
mornng.The wil, e qartred The probable line-up sent from
morning. They will be quartered Madison yesterday did not include
in the Huron hotel. either of the temporarily exiled
players, although no information

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crowd of 1,000 will probably come A ITI
to Ann Arbor for the game. ROSE, C A 1 N If. r
With tvwo weeks of drill in the1
fundamentals of the game thej
L I Varsity basketball squad under the
tutelage of Coach Veenker is rap-
idly assuming a more definite1
form. The highlight of this week's
Class speedball will be the next events proved to be the first cut
activity promoted by the Intramu- of the season in which the initial
ral department. The fraternity number of fifty candidates was
teams play their final league games shaved down to thirty in order LoD
next week, after which the ten provide for more individual tutor-1
winners of the various leagues will ing than was possible with the first1
start an elimination to determine unwieldy group.1
t canmint t rTo date two of last year's let-t
the champion. - termen have donned their court
With the closing of the inter- togs and the remainder are ex-1
fraternity leagues the class teams pected to be seen as soon as the;
will swing into action. Twelve football season is over. Bob Chap-
teams have sent in their entries man, star center of last year's team
to date and this many more are and Danny Rose, midget forward,
expected to be ready when the are the two veterans who have
games start. gone through the early season
Teams wishing to tryout for paces with the other tryouts.
Sigma Delta Psi can still enter the A large number of last years
competition, but it is important AMA winners will be available for
that the candidates report soon as Varsity competition this year and
weather conditions will not allow along with the outstanding mem-
the tests much longer. More than bers of last years strong freshman
seventy-ive are now trying out for I team Coach Veenker will probably
this organization, while several are be able to find that reserve strength
on the verge of passing their last i so needed in western Conference
tests. Mr. Snary is at the Field I Basketball.
House on Monday, Tuesday, and _
Wednesday afternoons, while is on
hand Saturday morning from ten Good News
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Coach Glen Thistlethwaite
plans to bring the squad over
this afternoon for a limbering
up practice in the new stadium,
but informed the local officials
that they will return to Ypsi-
lanti after the drill.
Responding to the innumerable
inquiries that have flooded the ath-
letic office since the reported
bandishment of Rose and Kresky,
both of whom are two-year veter-
ans and regulars, the Badger coach
emphatically denied that they have
been dropped for the rest of the
season.

was given as to whether or not they
are making the trip with the re-;
mainder of the squad.
Coach Thistlethwaite plans '
to use Warren and Smith at
the ends, Captain Wagner and
Binish, tackles, Linden and
Parks, guards, and Conry at
center.
In the absence of- Rose, stellerl
blocking halfback, Thistlethwaite
is expected to use Lusby and Price
at halves, Cusinier at quarter and
Rebholtz at fullback. Price, a soph-
omore, has played in every game so
far, and Lusby is the mainspring of
the vaunted Cardinal aerial attack.

JUNIO-R SQUAD LENYK&S
FOR WISCONSIN OAK
Twenty-Two Players lake Trip To.
Madison; Pass May Become
Offensive Threat
PATTON TO BE AT CENTER
Bound for its first clash, with a
conference reserve squad on a
foreign gridiron, the. uior Var-
sity left Ann Arbor at 10 o'clock
last night for Madison where the
Wisconsin "B" team is awaiting
Saturday's game.
There were twenty-two players
in the squad- which was accom-
panied by Coaches Courtwright and
Brown. Those who are making the
trip are: Bergman, Ted Bovard,
Brown, Bauer, Biedenweg, Carter,
Cooke, Deckeer, Giestert, Gitman,
Gundry, Hager, Lytel, Hughes,
Kerr, Moyer, Morgan, I Patton,
Pearlman, Sullo, Widman, and
Wilson.
The squad was given a long drill
during the afternoon, the forward
pass occupying an important part
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