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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1928

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OLEDO

TO OPPOSE "B" TEAM

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GRID FINAL

TODAY

GAME SCHEDULED FOR,
TOLEO TEAM'S FIELD

Hager To Replace Cook In
With Perlman Starting
In Backfield

Line

WIDMAN IS AT QUARTER
Probable Lineups
Toledo U. Michigan "B"
Draves .......LE........ Carter
Harste.......LT.....Bergman
r White........LG........Sullo
Moses ..............W. Brown
Marshall ......RG.........Bauer
Hissong......RT......... Hager
McNutt........RE.........Kerr
Sharpe........QB....... Widman
Kazmaier......LH...... Perlman
Philburn......RH.........Lytle
Dunn.........FB...... F. Brown
Due to a change in date by the
Toledo athletic authorities, Mich-
igan's "B" team will go into action
against the Toledo university
eleven at 2:30 o'clock this after-
noon on the Maumee city team's
field. The game was originally
scheduled tomorrow afternoon.
Coach Courtwright and 20 play-
ers will leave by bus at 9 o'clock
this morning for Toledo. In addi-
tion to the 11 men in the starting
lineup, the squad will include
Smith, end; Moyer and Gitian,
tackles; Morgan and Decker,
guards; Patton, center; Gundry,
Biedenwieg, and Wilson,.backs.
Widman Is Field General
Widman has been called upon to
do the signal calling and he will
also do the punting for the team.
Lytle and Frank Brown, fine de-
fensive backs, will start, while
Perlman, who has seen little serv-
ice this season, will get the other
backfield position. Brown will do
the line plunging, while Widman
wil handle the passing end of the
arial attack.
Thle same line that faced Alma
will start against Toledo with the
exception of Hager at right tackle,
who is replacing Cooke. Bauer at
right guard will be available for
place kicking, should his services
be required. 'Morgan, guard, is
handicapped by an injured hand,
but may see service. Return of Don
Wilson to the squad will strengthen
the reserve backfield material. Wil-
son is a shifty runner, and will
probably get in the lineup although
lie is not due to start.
Rockets Are Dangerous
Toledo has a fairly good team, al-
though the Rockets lost to Detroit
(Continued on Page Seven)

°0 0 Sophomores Battle m , a-n uain
FLASHY SPARTAN BACK ds T
Playing under cover of darknessi Q T
through the last three quarters of1
their game, the Physical Eds and
Sophomores battled to a scoreless
'tie. Both teams had at least one Wieman Gives Warning Of Speedy
opportunity to score, but when Spartan Backs: Passing
within the danger zone the de- Attack Stressed
fending line stiffened and thrust
back the invaders. TACKLINU DRILL IS HELD;
The Sophs made the most seri-
ous bid for victory late in the final Actual preparation for Michigan
quarter, after Dobbin had skirted State was begun last night at Ferry
his right end and twisted his way field when the varsity got its first
40 yards to the 18 yard line. A chance to see the Spartan plays.
line play then netted a first down A dummy scrimmage between two
.{on the 8 yard marker, but the varsity teams with the second team
Physical Ed line stopped the next using plays of the Kipke-coached
four plays, the last play bringing eleven topped off yesterday's varied
the ball within six inches of a drill.
touchdown. The customary punting session
Captain Ted Bovard of the Soph- served as a warning up medium
omore team played a great game at with the regular punters getting
end, catching a couple of passes off some nice spirals. Hughes,
for long gains, while Stoll stared Wheeler, Squier, and Draveling also
for the Physical Eds, his punting practiced .kicking off while Otto
easily being the features of the Pommerening tried his hand at
game, some of his kicks traveling. place kicking.
fifty yards, and once standing on! Drill In Fundamentals
his own 20 yard lineghekickedt65 The varsity returned to funda-
Verne Dickeson yards, the ball Trolling out on the, mentals again when the coaches
former Highland Park star who 18 yard line, sentatsaye th cashs t
is expected to play a leading part ' sent the players through a short tl
is te tno play a laing arn i tackling drill with the backs, ends, s
in the running of the East Lansing Subscribe for the Michiganensian and linemen split up into separate t
array Saturday. - now. It costs only $4.00. squads. Coach Wieman was spread- -
_auui~a~ nn##a##rian##onr##a###n#i#auan~anani~a###~nuuna innl Ong news of the speed of Nordberg
and Grove, the two State speed
merchants, and was constantly
G Ra.ID aI T±SL=wrnngwarning the backs to make their
By M o r r i s Quinn n tackles clean and hard.
";atl l li i ll l lslitilallttllaaalliaalaaaat~la e la~la #I#Ilal a aI # #iial # ilalal a ll a .The backs and ends also came
in for a session with the forward C
When Michigan State college in- verines some of the medicine pass. Truskowski again was on the h
vades the stadium tomorrow for her that they are accustomed to throwing, end of all the heaves,
annual tilt with the Wolverines, dole out to their rivals. McBride, Hughes, Straub, and it
the patrons will have the unusual i Holmes :donned red j ersies and cl
opportunity of seeing two teaims in Althohgh the state gridders have 1 acted as the defensive backfield.
action that have been coached in not exactly lived up to the predic- Mike Geistert, newly promoted n
the same style of the grid game. tions made after their one-sided from the junior varsity, showed up F
triumph over Kalamazoo college in especially well for the offensive M
Harry Kipke, who received the opening game, they have been team, in catching passes
his collegiate football ex- improving steadily and can bet
perience under the careful 'di- counted upon to give everything in Spartans Imitated
rection of 'The DId Man,' has Saturday's game. The dummy scrimmage cam-

After several weeks of prelimi-1
nary work the Varsity wrestling
will start its campaign in earnest
Monday, with daily practices under
the direction of Coach Keen sched-
uled for all tryouts. Assistant
Coach Donahoe has had charge of
the mat squad while Coach KeenI
has been busy with the Sophomore
football team.
Captain Warren and Hewitt are

KIPKE'S STAR LINEMAN

Wolverine Wrestling Suad Will Start
Reg-lar Workouts Under Keen Monday

the only two veterans eligible for
the tea n at present, and Coach
Keen will have to depend on last
year's freshman and reserve squads
for his material in most of the
weights.
Bob Hewitt, who represented the
United States in the Olympic meet,
reached the finals of his weight at
Amsterdam, and will take able care
of 125 pound assignment this year.
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Reservations can now be made for

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Marion Joslin
Grand Rapids product N
be reputation at the
>chool of beingy one of the

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who has
upstate
ranking

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ackles of the middlewest.
Chica go-Illinois Game
To Draw Large Crowd
(fay Associated Press)
CHICAGO.-The Uuniversity of
hicago's football team may have
ad the most disastrous season of'
is history but it can still draw a
rowd.
Nearly 60,000 fans will see Illi-
ois and Chicago clash at Stagg
ield Saturday. It will be the
daroons' last game of the season.

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Special Arrangements, for Partie
TIuttle'19s-Lu nch

338 Maynard t.

had the jadded 'advantage I of
oaching 'unde rhis former
teacher, and can readily qual-
ify as a master of the Yost sys-
tem.
How well he understands the
traditional Michigan style of play
was minifested while he was coach-
ing at the University of Missouri
before returning to Michigan in
the role of assistant mentor. ,
With Kipke as their head
coach, and two other Michigan
stars of former years, Vander-
vort and Wilson, as his assis-
tants, the Spartans can be
counted upon to give the Wol-

At present the record of the
Green and White team shows
two victories, a tie, and three
defeats, but one of the reverses
emas by the smallest possible
margin, a 2-0 upset at the
hands of Albion, one of the
strongest teams in the M. 1. AA.
The other setbacks have been
sustained from two of the stronger
elevens in the country, Colgate and
University of Detroit, and the sec-
ond win was registered over Chi-
cago Y. M. C. A. college. The State
team and Missouri Aggies played
to a 6-6 tie.
(Continued on Page Seven)

pletedi the work for the day. The
State backs were impersonated by
Dahlem, Hughes, Totzke and Mc-
Bride who took the part of Nord-
berg, Schau, Grove, and Danziger
respectively. Most of the Sparta
formations that were revealed last
night seemed to be wide end runs
with occasional off tackle slants.
A variety of trick lateral and dou-
ble passes were also disclosed.
Captain Rich was at quarter,
Slmrall and Wheeler at halves, and
Hozer ,at fullback in the regulars'
backfield. None of the plays ap-
peared to be confusing the varsity
and the majority of the trick
passes back of the line were being
smothered.

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THAT COMES ONLY
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auto shows .
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met with complete acceptance in both
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THE TUXEDO AT $40
WAISTCOATS $3 TO $6
Accessories priced reasonably

It is no mere experi-
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clothes to please man's
fleeting fancy . . . it is
a life's work.
And our designer
is a master at his trade.
Each year he tours the
fashion centers of the
land . .. football games,

Why R B Clothes
can sell for $25:
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purchases
2. Made in our own shops
3. Retailed direct to you through
4. Our own 32 mid-west stores.

Fashioned of finest
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