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November 15, 1928 - Image 7

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TIUI BACfK '-'1"5;T[AM BADGER SQPMH}MORE iS
IoimL~ri' U I~rlflREG4RIWD AS POSSIBLE
7 nI -111A1 AI OMlnIlTriNINE-LETTER :WINNER

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A~nesSnatchies Three Sensaticnal

i ubhitu'Cs under the direction of;
(Special To The Daily) !Coach Veenker, who has been'
MADISON, Wis., Nov. 14, 192 I8- scouting the Lansing eleven.

Tosspes From Bjell After
Juggling Ball

From among the group of optstand-

ing Sophomore football ,players one
man looms as another nine-letter

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TOLEO NXT B" AMEwinner at Wisconsin. This versa-

State's aerial attack appears to
consist mostly of long tosses, with
a few short ones over the line,
passes similar to those used by Il-
linois interspersed with the long-
er heaves.

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Gaining via the aerial route after
recovering a fumblIe on thier op-
ponents' 35 yard line, Coach Ray
Fisher's freshman eleven scored the
only touchdown of the game in
the first -period, to defeat the Mich-
~iga~n ' B team, 7-0, yesterday aft-
ernzoon .on sout~h Ferr~y field. JonesS
wa.s the chiief factor in the year-
ling altak, figuring in most of his
teamn's gains.
Faking advantage of a fumble by
the "B" team in the first quarter,
the freshmen resortedl ton a series
of ,passes which fin1ally culminated
In a:scre. Several tosses, Bell to
Jons, .were comnpleted, the latter
,finally crossing the goa~l line for,
the .touchdown. These passes were
of aspectacular nature, Jones jug-,
~gn te pigskin momentarily each,
tine efore eventually holding on
to it.
The reserve team were forced to
take the defensive throughout most
of thie contest.' The line held fairly
well -against thce rushes of the :year-
ling ,backs, but the defense against
passing was lacking. Jones gained
considerable ground for the first
yea~r team, the yearlinig fullback
going aroundi the ends and off the
tackles consistently. Coach Fish-
er's' eleven was composed mostly of!I
secon~d string freshman players. J
Coach Courtwright will work for
the rest of the week on perfecting
a combination to stop the Toledoj
university eleven, which will oppose'
the junior :varsity in their final
game of the season in Toledo Sat-
urday., A pass defense and pow-
erful offensive must be developed,
especially with the loss of Mike Gei-

ti e athlet~e is young Sammy Bsenr
of Ropkford, Ill., andl brother of the

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Th ast auk keld - 41,A 'vClorn no:s.7. V
1927-28 Badger basketball captain ; of Sirnrall, Captain Rich, Hozer
Louis Behr. ;aid VWheeler, with, Dahlem and
The Rockford boy .is well over six Hughes alternating with the laut-
~feet in ,height, weighs 190 pounds, ;ter two players, had -little diflficuty
and has a tremendous amount of in breaking up most of the lon gee'
speed. Hie .has3been one of the !heaves, but several short passes to,
main stays in the Badger's back- a back circling around the line to
field ,this fall, playing at both quar-I left end, were completed.
terback and left halfback. He is a, Truskcwski and McCoy tool:
good, fast ball carrier. He also t urns throwing the ball to Hughecs,
'passes andl kicks ,equa~lly ;well. Dahlem, Wheeler, Hozer, Bodlen,
,$ehr plays the forward positio~n Hohnes, Qeistert, Cornwell, Draul-
in bask etball and is regarded by ling, and Coach Ooosterbaan, who
Coach Walter Meanwell bs onie of took the part of a Spartan end in
th best recruits in a long time. In ,the workout. Truskowrski also
track Sammy is an all-around per- formed one of the Varsity quintet
I ~forner on defense against the. Michigan

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also got off some long punts back =
to the former group of kickers.
Wheecler, Simrall, and Rich appear-!!
ethe most certain of the backs'
at i eceiving the kicks.
While the backs were engaged in
the 1.' eking and receiving drill, they
!linemen took part in a short line
' crimmage under Coach Slott.
With the exception of Pommer-
eng, who still appears with a,
bandaged h.ead and Cornwell,.
whose: injured knee still ~bothers I:
trm, the Wolverines linemen are in
per.fect physical condition. Joe':
c-embis, ;regular Varsity fullback, is
still at the hospital recoverin.g from
a slight attack of appendicitis,
her.~vralthough the is .expected'
to be released before the end of thei
week and to be back in shape be-
fore the Iowa game.,
The practice .session closed with
a short signal drill directed byI
Coach Wieman, the :Michigan line-f
up consisted of Truskowski and
Draveling, ends; Pommerening an'f
Hulbert, tackles; Cragin and Pope, I
guards; Bovard, center, with Sim-j
rall, Hozer, Rich, and Wheeler or'
Dahlem in the backfield.'

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stert and Morris Hughes, who have state passing attack during part 1
been the -best ground gainers foroftesson
the reserves in previous games. Previous to the above workouts,
It is likely thuat Jake ,Widman the punters and place kickers were
will get the quarterback post in given a long drill, with Coach Wie-
the absence of Geistert. Widman, man directing the backs who were
is a capable punter, as well as a receiving the kicks. Pommerening
passer and ball carrier. As Don shone as a long distance placel
Wilson has not returned to the kicker, while Hughes was putting
squad, his halfback position will be1 the ball between the uprights with
filled by either Perlman or Bieden-, fair consistency from the shorter
wieg. Lytle and Frank :Brown are distances. Veenker also gave Cap-
the remaining backs, their defens- , tain Rich some instruction in drop
ive work against Ailma being of high kicking.C; 1
calibre., Totzke, Holmes, and Simrall tookj
Bill Brown, looks good at the( turns punting, while .Rich, Simnrall,
pivot post, although Patton is aWhletruHmsanGi-
capable substitute. BSullo, iBauer, tetwr nh eevigedo
Morgan, and Decker are all avail- th~e kicks. Totzke again got off
able at the guards.' Bergman seems he longest boots, while Simrall,
a fixture 'at deft tackle, butHae
and Moyer are ;fighting for theIplaced his trickily curving spirals
vacancy left after .Cooke's Hgro close to the sidelines. Captain Rich
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