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MICHIGAN DAILY

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1928

MIHIAN D TL.TURDYNOEME 1_12

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DEFENSE

AGAINST

PASSES

PLAYERS GET CHANCE TROJAN CAPTAIN:4 G R ID B I T S
TO BREAK UP AERIAL By Morris Quinn.
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FO l} One of the most hotly contested games in the history of the two
grid games of the season is antici- teams, 3-0 and followed this
paced when Illinois and Michigan, with the top-heavy taunt of
two of the greatest rivals in the 24-0 the next autumn.
Pommerening, Poe, Bovard Appear Middle West, renew hostilities
In Uniform Again But Take Saturday in their annual combat on After a lapse of one year, the
Only Light Workout the gridiron. Wolverines invaded the stronghold1
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TEAM WORKS ON DEFENSIVEFORMA-TIONS
FOR CLASH WITH WESTERN STATE NORMAL

Biff Hoffman
Line plunging fullback, who will
lead Pop Warner's Stanford Cardi-
nals against the Southern Califor-
nia Trojans in the renewal of their
annual rivalry this week. Hoff-
man is regarded as one of the best
backs cn the coast, being a con-
sistent ground gainer.
Cage Squad Suffers
Loss Through Injury
Coach George Veenker's basket-
ball squad suffered its first casu-
alty of the season Tuesday night
when Bill McAfee, Varsity baseball
pitcher, sprained his ankle in prac-
tice. McAfee is a fine basketball
player as well as being one of the
best pitchers in the Big Ten. This
injury will probably keep him out
of practice for a few days, but he
will report again long before the
season opens.
With only four lettermen return-
ing this year, Raber being ruled in-
eligible recently, Coach Veenker
will have to find some players who
are proficient scorers. Oosterbaan
and Harrigan scored 215 points be-
tween them last year while Chap-
man, Orwig, and McCoy, who are
returning scored only 50 points
apiece. The problem of the coach-
ing staff this year is to find one or
two men who can make up this
difference.
To fill this gap Coach Veenker
must rely mostly on men who play-
ed on the "B" team' last year, and
who have shown improvement.
Whittle may be one of these. An-
other possibility is Joe Truskowski,
football end, who' played basketball
two years ago.

MADISON, Oct. 31-The Crim- successful coaching experience at
son Tide, that globe-trotting eleven Alabama. It is equally as certain
coached by Wallace Wade, will that .the largest delegation of Ala-
bama enthusiasts that ever fol-
leave its Alabama camp for the first lowed the Tide will ride the "Coach
intersectional football game of the Wade Special" to Madison.

Courtright Sends Charges Against perfect better timing between the
Skeleton Line To Perfect forwards and the man carrying the
Timing Of Plays ball.
The squad is not in the fine phy-
sical condition believed at first,
PRACTICE FORWARD PASS since Patton's shoulder injury re-
ceived at Madison last Saturday
Tackling, the forward pass and has not responded to treatment.
line bucks kept the Junior Varsity He was not able to get into the
busy yesterday afternoon as the workout last night, and may not
coaches were striving to get the be in shape to play by Saturday.
team in shape for the clash with Should he be lost to the squad
Western State Normal next Satur- Cooke will probably be shifted from
day. tackle to the pivot post and the
While the backfield men were makeup of the line will have to be
over on Ferry field with the Varsity ,altered.
perfecting the art of catching Martineau Coaches Teachers
passes as well as learning a defense The clash with Western State
against the aerial game, Coach Bob Saturday will find the Junior Var-
Brown was drilling the linemen, in sity pitted against an eleven tutor-
tackling, using freshmen ball car- ed by a former all-American, Earl
riers as tackling dummies. Martineau, famous Minnesota half-
Have Difficulty Tackling back, who gained the~ mythical
FortheDmosty kg honor back in 1923. He has been
For the most part the linemen at the Kalamazoo post for several
failed to bring the yearlings to years now, and has been turning
earth until Brown turned two of out good teams consistently.
them loose on the same man. The game will be the feature
Brown also engaged in the session event of the homecoming week end
by assuming the position of cen- at Kalamazoo, and the Martineau-
ter, his old post on the varsity, coached eleven will strive to be at
With the return of the backs its best before the crowd of re-
from the varsity field, Courtright turning alumni.
lined up his regulars against a
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