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October 03, 1928 - Image 7

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(Special To The Daily)
IOWA CITY, Oct. 2.-A heavy1
line, which will pick up speed dur-
ing October, and a fast, versatile
backfield with a potential scoring I
punch will characterize the Uni-
versity of Iowa's football team, if
the results of two week's practice
are sufficient indication.
Tackles, guards and the center
who played regularly last season
seem to have earned their position
again in spite of stubborn opposi-
tion from sophomores and 1927
squad members.
I Captain Richard Brown is play-
'ing a better game at center than
he did in 1926 and 1927. The vet-
erans Roperts and Westra flank
him in the guard positions, while
Jessen and Schleusner are the fa-
vored tackles.
A sophomore, Reedquist, has well
defended one end job, and gives
promise of developing into a bet-
ter-than-average player. Carlsen,
the six foot four inch athlete, has
been used consistently at the other
wing position. Injuries have han-
dicapped Grimm and Mastrogany,
but they will challenge all rivals
next week.
While the Iowan forward wall
promises tq be one of the out-
standing lines in the midwest the
Hawk backfield is rated still high-
er. With McLain of Haskell fame
and Glassgow, last year's most
consistent ground gainer at halves
and Armil, one of the most out-
standing line plungers in Confer-
ence football, available for the
fullback post the only opening is
at quarter. Pape of track fame
probably will get the call here be-
cause of his speed.J
Glassgow and Jensvold are
sharpshooting passers and will, in
all probability, be selected to
launch the Hawkeye aerial attack
this year. McLain gained a repu-
tation with the Haskell Indians last
year as being one of the most tai-
ented punters in the game and
will be slated for this assignment.
A trio of blocking backs are wag-
ing a keen battlle for a halfback
post and should figure prominently
in Iowa's running game.

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(Continued from page Six.)
stirred up considerablee surprise
among the followers of the team.
due to the fact that Bill Brown
was named as the probable start-
er at center position in place of
Al Bovard, letterman of the 1927
Brown, who hails from San-
dusky, Mich., showed consider-
able promise in Saturday's
scrimmage and it is likely that
the coaches feel that the husky
200 pounder will prove useful

with a little Varsity experi- team besides handling punts shoulder early in the first
ence. I faultlessly and taking care of drill and has been kept
a share of the kicking assign- heavy work since then.
Another surprising development ment.
the pastwe end ra Itisevident from thelineup giv- Parker, tackle, the other
candiaefromexingtonen out Monday that Leo Draveling, pies of the "A" squad a
candidate from Lex rgton,rKy. ie 200 pound end candidate, is ex- expected to see service
division folowing Wednesday'spected to be in snape for the though the latter may
diiscimage and wor sincesta opener. Draveling injured his shape to play.
scrimmage and his work since that pg Jp
time practically assures him of a -----_ _-_ _
permanent berth on the selectI
Saturday he showed remark-
able coolness in running the
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W YORK, Oct. 2-Princeton,
of the big eastern colleges to
t the huddle system, has re-
d to the old signal-calling
m in vogue before quarter-
s had so much vocal opposi-

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Reward. Phone 9851. Care of
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Reward. Phone 3595. John Col-
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questions asked. 8,9,10
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ion from the crowds.
The change was not made be-
ause Bill Roper, the Tigers' head
:oach, thought the crowds were
;oing to be any smaller this sea-
on, but Bill feels that the huddle
ystem has lost one of its chief aa-
rantages through the new ruling
which forces players coming out
>f a scrimmage to halt a full sec--
nd at the line before the ball can
oe snapped. Heretofore the ball
:ould be tossed back before tlne
defense team had a chance to meet
iew line or back formations. A
iuarterback with a husky pair of
ungs ought to be able to be heard
above the clamor of the crowd,
however loud the noise it makes,
3ill opines. At any rate the quar-
erback will be calling signals when
Princeton lines up against Ver-
mont in its openinxg game on.
The other two-thirds of the one-
ime "Big Three," also get their
nitial tests on the coming week-
nd. Yale, featuring an aerial at-
ack, takes on Maine while Har-
yard is meeting Springfield.
A defense against lateral as well
as forward passes is being stressed.
his week by "Buff" Jones of the
Army which battles the Southern
Mlethodist University's crack array
n what should be the banner en-
gagement of the wee'k. Another
eam from below the Mason and
Dixon line, William and Mary,
comes north to uphold the South's
:ootball prestige against a Syra-
cuse eleven still in the process of
inding itself, not to6 be outdone.
The north sends Colgate to
Nashville, Tenn., to face Vander-
>ilt. Completing the intersectional
card so far as the east is concern-
ed is West Virginia University's
fray at Wheeling against the Has-
Kell Indians, of Lawrence, Kas.
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eleven being able to gain consis -
tently through the line. Finally
Morgan- picked up a Blue fumble
and carried the ball back to his
>wn 43-yard line where Bovara
tackled him. A pass failed to gain
and Hughes punted over the goal
ine. On the attempted kick from
back of the line Bator was both-
ered by a low pass from center anac
the Red line charged down and
blocked the kick, the ball rolling
>ver the line where Morgan, instru-

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