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WOLVERINES

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Wildcat Sophomores Will Have

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COACH ZPPiE POINTS HIS ILLINI GRIDDERS
TO NEXT SATURDAYS GAME WITH MICHIGAN

'"(Spccial t' The Daly) ; taking a log pass on a dead run
EVANSTON, Ill., Oct. 22.-North- from Bergherrn and running ten (5p&c1al t The Iuaib
hewitt, Cornwell and Draveling western's sophomore backs are yards to the goal line. LAFAYETTE, Ind., Oct. 22.-
Get Blocking Instruction slated to get their chance Saturday Baxter, whose home is in Mt. Faced with the necessity of recon-}
Under Caonethe Wildcatsmt abh Clemens, Mich., etered the Gopher stucting a backfield combination
Undr Cppn cllee t Dchestdiu i th tit ithonl afewday o prc-because ofthe fiueof Ae
last "Breather" on the schedule. tice. He was not declared eligible Yunevich, sophomore fullback, to
DRILL ON ILLINI PLAYS Following the "Little Giants" Illi-ndi recover from a leg injury suffered
noes, Ohio, Indiana and Not results of a makeup examination in the Michigan game, Jimmy Phe-
Again forced to conduct most of Dame will line up against the Pur- in analytical geometry were lan, Purdue grid mentor, started
his practice indoors when the rain ple. Dick Hanley has several learned. his squad through intensive drill
which has drenched Ann Arbor for Cy Monday afternoon in preparation
the last three continued m sophomore ball toters for the traditional clash with Chi-
yesterday afternoon, who will be used as much as pssi-l icago in the Windy City Saturday. :: ::.
Coach Harry Kipke put his men bRe Baxter and BornsteinIWillVYunevich's contiued inability to ,
through a hard workout nh probably start. Baxter will be at ,Idon a uniform and rejoin the squad :
fundamentals of each position and right half and Burnstein will be at andTthe.has forced Phelan to shil Ralph .?{" ? '
tave his Varsity their first look at left half, supplanting Calderwood IiiH UI "Pest" Welch, All-Conference half-
ue d for respectvel th B ot were back, from his normal balc-tarry-
With. the reserve players under gaed p o e Miniesota ing berth to the fullback post in
Coach Veenker on the offensive in gm n turned in creditable per- ti order to mintain anything ne~ Pete Cornwelli
a longnedumtyo nformandes. It was Buristeina for- Hewitt and Kelly Return to Give the powermof the backfield conbi- veteran arsity wingan Who is
e mer all-state back at John Mar- Team Veteran Strength for nation that put Michigan to rout a strong for end
scrim~mage theriknastogfgtfrtendshl high school that scored the for
shal *Ath ogh Welch is unaccustomed aigfihh
first string men first touchdown for the Wildcats, Conference Campaign to th new post an in hsfr ap- sition vacated whena Trus-!
weedildon____________________ Continued on Page 7 sowski was moved to halfback.
ways and means WILLinuedonPage _
whereby t h e y PURDUE WILL -Working about a nucleus of two --_-_~_
} could stop the lettermen, Coaches Keen and Don.a- TW HUMBLED
fast drvi ng MEET MAROONS hoe have been drilling about 40 ICEHBADGER TAM
thrusts of the candidates for this year's wrestling PREPARES FOR HAWKEYE TEST
Illini backfield. team on the fundamentals of the.
In an effort to (Special to The Daily) - game every afternoon for two
stop the short LAFAYETTE, Ind., Oct. 21.- 'weeks in the wrestling room of the oned not as a whole but as indi-
p a s s a t t a c k Cross-country hopes of the Purdue Intramural building. This squad Tury Oman Proves All Aron ioe n
which the Illini harrier squad that will open its will have both the added respon- Threat of Badger Attack Driving within the rish ten-
used last Satur- season Saturday morning against sibility and incentive of upholding Against Notre Dame yard line on two occasions, the
Dahlem day against Io- Chicago at Chicago are dependent the championship laurals of last Badgers lost the ball, once by
wa Coach Kipke devised a five-man on the success that Coach Eddie season's team. (Special to The Daily) fumble and once when a pass
backfield formation with Hayden O'Connor has in uncovering team- Captain Hewitt and Kelly, the MADISON, Wis., Oct. 21.-A grounded over the goal line. Sim-
pulled two yards back from his mates to back up the brilliant two lettermen now working with heavy Western conference schedule, ilar lack of punch was exhibited
tackle position and Simrall sent to running %f Captain Martin, recog- the squad, show promise of re- which calls for battles with Iowa, when other chances to score were
help'Gembis back up the line while nized as one of the most versatileIpeating their stellar performances Purdue, Chicago and Minnesota be- offered and the final count was 19-l
Hudson and Truskowski played collegiate runners in the country.i of the last year. Captain Hewitt fore the season ends, was worry- 0.
their regular halfback positions. Martin has yet to taste defeat in I was somewhat handicapped last ing Wisconsin football coaches as Tury Oman, silent halfback who,
On punts Hud- two years of competition in dual year by an early attack of pneu- they made plans for a week of started a game for the first time in
son goes back to cross-country meets, but his sup- monia but is in much better condi- te started age ore fr t e
take the kick port has always been mediocre. tion this fall. Kelly won the major Bpractice starting Monday. his Badger career, was by far the
wihteohr TePruyoc otms fsaeo i ot atya n Beaten in two successive starts by best of the ball carriers, and his
with the oither The Purdue coach lost most of' share of his bouts last year and Northwestern and Notre Dame, the jPunting was spectacular. Once he
men fo4ming his his lettermen by graduation last with this experience should prove Nrdgern and ote Dan -d the a setyar. ce he
interference. spring, but his material this fall, one of the best 145 pounders in the Badgers must be molded into an or- booted the ball 77 yards across theine.
Alvin Dahlem, although green, has been develop- country. defeat Iowa before the Dad's Dao Tih gal lin
t the last of the ing fairly fast, and the squad may Other members of the 1928-29 defeat Ca before t e D a y The game did not detract from
players iiijured manage to slip over one or more squad who are not reporting for crowd at Camp Randall next Sat- the high status of Ernie Lusby and
x. pactie a yetinclde arke, uray.Hal and 'Russ Rebholz as. grid'
., in the Purdue surprises during the season. A. H. patc syticuePreIudy
n ttee DasyeinAue and Sor- In the Notre Dame engagement stars, for this trio was in the fight
game to g e t McCormick, who is out for cross- enson, all of whom are out for faoot- Saturday the Wisconsin team func- Continued on Page 7
back ito shape, country for the first time this fall, ball and McGillard who is suffering -~~~~~
was out yester- has been picking up speed and de- from an infected foot. This array
day, and altho veloping stamina and is expected to of men with some promising mate-
he did not get trial Martin to the tape in most rial among the new members of
oeinto uniform, he f meets. In addition to McCormick, the squad should give Coach Keen
ran through the new plays which 1 three minor lettermen from last material as good as he has ever
Will be used against the Illini, and season, J. E. Beggs, E. H. Druley, had.
While his infected elbow appeared and Keith Elsburg, are expected to >So far this fall the squad has
to be still troubling him he showed make up the point winning part of been working mostly on holds from
all of his old speed and elusiveness. the squad during the greater part I a standing position and riding
Hewitt, Cornwell, and Draveling of the year. holds. According to the rule of in-
came in for a long drill with Coach Another man who may make a tercollegiate wrestling if neither
Cappon, teaching themselves how bid for low points is R. V. Thomp- man has gained any advantage
Ao block out the opposing players (son, one of the outstanding mem- after two minutes, one man must
and then how to get past an end bers of last year's freshman squad. go to the mat.
when they are on defense. -

Illinois Team Emerges
Iowa Game Without
Severe Injury

From

SUCKERS DRILL HARD
Coach Zuppke seems to realize'
that the defeat of Michigan by two
conference teams does not insure
his fighting Illini of a similar vic-
tory next Saturday, when the Wol-
verines journey to Champaign to do
battle. In fact, to begin the week,
he put his proteges through one of
the most intensive drills they have
had this season.
The entire practice session was
devoted to strict drilling with no
call for scrimmage. Signal drill
was especially emphasized and the
Orange and Black gridders were
inspired with the cry of "Beat
Michigan."
The Illinois squad emerged from
the skirmish with Iowa last Satur-
day, unscathed. It was well for
them that they did, for there is a
dearth of reserve material at the.
Illini camp this year, and any seri-
ous injury to one of their regu-
lars might put them in a shaky po-
sition this early in the season.
Only seven substitutions were
made in the entire game against
Iowa last week, three of these be-
ing sophomores. They were Kawal-

at center, and Yanuskus and Root,
halfbacks. This is something new
for Illinois, for during most of
their successful seasons they have
had two or three capable men fcc
each position.
Zuppke has made no changes in.
his lineup as yet. The first team.,
lined up for practice as follows:
Wolgast and Jolley, ends; Gordon
and Burdick, tackles; Crane and
Roush, guards; Kalaw, center; Pet-
ers, quarterback; Timm and Mills,
halfbacks; and Humbert, fullback..
The second eleven was composed of
Mallin and Steinman, ends; Hills
and Bodman, tackles; Huddleston
and Conover, guards; and Schu-
macker, center. In the backfield,
there was Chattin, Walker, Evans,
and Lanum.
Illinois' tie with the Hawkeyes
and Michigan defeat at the hands
of Ohio State last week shows
promise of a hard fought battle
Saturday. Both teams are eager to
stage a comeback, and Zuppke's
men are bent on avenging them-
selves for their defeat last year.
Taking these facts into account,
the opposing squads are certain to
fight to the last minute of play
when they meet in the Illinois
! stadium.

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