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KIPKEVORS SQUAD Illinois Works Hard for Invasion of Wolverine Gri
To Champaign for Home- Coach Courtright's "B" team ran I(Special to The Daily)
i coming Contest throuheadrieflinpunigLaunIIOWA CITY, Oct. 23. - A little
adend run plays yesterday in Announcement that "Gaga" Mills aLanumand Humbert will be named I.
the field house, after the unfavora- will take over the quaterback duties..to alternate as fullback. A possi- more punch on offense, consider-
PASSERS APPEAR BETTER ble weather forced them off the which have been so capably handled bility of Steinman, sophomore end, able more knowledge of cracking Illini
Ferry Field gridiron. The squad by the injured Frosty Peters this gaining the call over the veteran down a passing game, and a bril- t
Continuation of poor footb was divided into a first and second season comes from the Illini camp IBud Jolley was presented when the liant repetition of last Saturday's re
team, the second string men trying Mills is to be remembered by Wol- soph was named over his more ex- line play-then the University of
weather again forced Coach Kipke t ra ptepas.vrn olwrporhsrmral
to confine the major share of last to break up the plays verine followers for his remarkable perienced rival in Tuesday's prac- Iowa football team will be snugly
night's practice to a secret session At the beginnng the blocking play against Michigan last year in tice session., fortified against t h e Wisconsin THRE
in. Yost Field house. Except for a was poor, but they soon remedied basketball. Pape charges differed. menace.
Short drill on passing the Maize and that and the first string backs tore The Elgin boy was largely re- Another report of interest to The Hawkeyes are heartened by
Blue concentrated their efforts on through the line on plays that sponsible for the one point defeat Michigan fans comes from Iowa their 7 to 7 tie with Illinois. That
the perfection of a new defense looked as though they would re- w h i c h the Illini handed Coach City when a meeting of the Hawk- deadlock is a miry blot upon the UREf
against the shifty Illinois attack. sult in substantial gains in a real Veenker's championship team on eye eligibility commottee was de- Illini record, for the past three one of
The Wolverine passes appeared game. the Champaign hardwood. In the .1.<......y,+ferred to later date. Orin Pape and years Zuppke's teams, twice cham- season,
to be functioning somewhat better After their excellent showing last other game which Michigaan met........ John Furham, the athelets in ques- poins of the conference, won all Michg
than formerly with Captain Trus- week in defeating the Ohio State the Indians on basketball last year " ' tiofi will answer of profes- colorfu
ionwianiswer charges ofpIfs except a single game. annual
kowski acting as chief gunner for B" tea, the line will probably Mills was one of the leading threatssionalism. Realizing that a let-downwould
the Varsity. The change from out- remain intact for the Illinois tilt of the Illinois account.; yid, r n, Dean C. C. Williams, chairman, be disastrous against a Wisconsin nwould
oo1 toido rcie oeeSaturday. Widman and Berkowitz! ;<"<:. > . .C ilimcara, edssru gantaWsosncamp a
door to mdoor practice, however, performed well and the coaches Peters has broken rib. said that action would be taken be- team enraged by two straight de- Winnin
k some toll the form of er-think they have developed a back- Peters suffered a broken rib in fore the team left for Madison this feats, the Iowans are being primed raising
rane y Heeld with a scoring punch. How- last Saturdays game at Iowa City {"', afternoon. He explained that the to hold their pitch through an- the h
passersever the lini have a powerful and ill probably not see action charges had come through Maj. other Saturday. Then comes a week whethe
The newly devised defense pro- tam, having defeated Wisconsin to against the Wolverines. Despite the Frosty Peters John Griffith big Ten Atheletic of light work with an open date confer
mises to be an entirely different Commissioner, and that both ath- No. 2 before the final trio of games Michig
hagom from the Champaign camp that the men of Zuppke are in no way dis- letes had denied the charges at a -Minnesota, Purdue, and Michi- will be
by the W olverines so far this, sea- fromtheChamaignca mpthattheh ar endp pm e tigT es aywileyh e W o ve ine sr h , eaAeartened. rpm eeting T uesday. gan. defeat
son and will bring about a consid- Frank Walker, whose specialty sis............
erable shakeup as to who will be DYKES ASSER S T A A H E ICSenruswldrwahf-cks ....... . . .. . . . . . .. . .. they di
playing what positions when the iE CHICAGO CSIGNALSsi gnment along with Jud Timm. Ca t e renough
whistle blows at the beginning of PILFERED CHhCAGm uCUBS' SIGNALe.efe ats b
the Illinois game Saturday. How- _______________Braden Wins Freshman i
evr he composite personnel of I______________________-- *,, _____ h
the team is likely to remain much EC Even league cldamdpodid.a.e liable did had they known what the Cub Cross Country )ri..he
the same except that Morrison is to fal into, pitfalA i they don'tIpitchers were throwing. By Edward L. Warner I victories and four defeats, the strong
bacI in the lineup as a tackle. watch out, if the recent revelation i Rivalry was hot. Braden, Flint Northern distance Outstanding contenders in every rivalry since 1919 has been have a
Thirty men will make the trip as to why the Athletics. beat the ( Another sidelight that Dykes cast runer, and fotball star won the first branch of sport during the last de- much closer. Nine games have year s
to Urbana according to the an- Cubs in the World Series is authen- on the series was the intense riv- Freshman cross country trial of the cade, Michigan and Illinois will re- been played with the Illini i Ten g
nouncement made by Coach IKipke, tic. Jimmy Fyles. tIrd basemanalry between the two teams. It was year Friday in the remarkable time new their arch-rivalry on the grid- the last decade, the Wolverines stuck c
yesterday. An elaborate sendoff, for the A's, has cast a light on the stated by the Philadelphia third of 10:36 for the first two miles of iron at Champaign this week. Dur- having triumphed on five occa- Only s
such as has never been parallel in baseball feature that makes the baseman that at one time it was the Wolverine course. Hill finished ing recent years the lini and Wol- sions. in con
recent years, is planned to cheer Cubs look just a little bit silly for necessary for Judge Landis to call second about 15 yards behind Bra- verines between them have had a when t
the team as they leave the Ann a team that went on to cop the the two managers apart to warn den in 10:40 and Howell ran third monopoly on Conference chain- Beginning in 1898 with a 12-5 of nea
Arbor station at 10:30 tonight. National league title, them of any signs of violence bet- in 10:48. The race was very sue- pionships, but the "plum" of each victory, the Maize and Blue teams for eac
The men making the trip are According to Dykes, the Philadel- ween the contesting clubs. Landis cessful, according to Ted Hornber- season's competition is the annual won five straight contests from the uncom
Captain Truskowski, Auer, Bovard, phia players knew what every ball is said to have threatened to hold ger, freshman coach, 12 men in all football battle. I Indians. Coach Zuppke broke theI a singl
Brown, Cornwell, Daniels, Dahlem, pitched by a Chicago hurler was the series money of any player who finishing under 12:00, being ex- spell, however, in 1919; when his were a]
Draveling, Gembis, Hayden, Heston, going t be in advance. An elabor- was caught using profanity. tremely good time for the condi- Although Michigan holds the cohorts won, 29-7, and repeated Kawal<
Hewitt, Hudson, Holland, La Jeun- ate system of signals, relayed by _ _ _ _- tion of the course. edge on the grid series with 10 t (Continued on Page Seven) I Root at
cese, Morrison, Parker, Poe, Poor- a man on first base or near the R-LQ_--
man, Priest, Roach, Samuels, Sik- catcher to the batter uncoveredISCRATCH GOLF SQUAD
kenga, Simrall, Smith, Sorenson, all the Cub signals and rendered WILL PLAY IN DETROIT
Steinke, Wheeler, Wilson, Wills. their attempts to curb Athletic -
scoring almost futile. Professor Trueblood, head coach
Blame rests on Taylor. I of of the Wolverine varsity golf
TEAM SENDOFF The blame for this stealing of team, has received and accepted an
signals must rest on the shoulders 1 invition to meet the Hawthorne
The cooperation of the entire of catcher, Zach Taylor of the Cubs, I Country Club golfers at the Haw-
student body is asked in giving who was rather careless in relayingj thorne Club in Detroit. Saturdayr
the Varsity team a send-off for the signals to the Chicago pitcher. I afternoon. The team representing
the Illinois game. The band will A Philadelphia player on. first base, the Wolverines is a picked team
lead a parade which will form as soon as he caught the signal, and includes some of the best golf-
at the Union at 9:45 tonight and would., by a motion of his hand, ers on the campus.
march to the Michigan Central indicate to the man at bat just Students picked by Professor I
depot. The team leaves at 10:30.'{ what kind of a ball was going to Trueblood dumber 11, including)
be pitched. / Lewis, Hicks, Howard, Bovard, Len-
Philadel hia Catcher Joe McCarthy, Cub manager, is festy, Royston, Montague, Heppes,
Dies in Auto Accident reported to have discounted Dykes' Penniman, Hoover, Ahlstrom. The
____ story. His viewpoint on the subject 'Wolverines are presenting a stellar
is that the Athletics would have team, and are conceded a good J -f
Hopes of the Philadelphia Phil-~scored many more runs than they I chance to win the meet.
lies, which had risen greatly after -__ , - -- ----- _-- ----- --
the team's much improved showing I
of last season, received a severe ! (,
setback, yesterday w h e n Walter,
Lerian, first--string catcher, died II 4
from wounds received when he was
hit by a. truck recently. He was
crushed against a brick wall when -
the truck driver swerved to avoid s 'H'U
hitting another car.
Lerian went to the Phillies from1I
the New Haven club of the Eastern
league. He was another product of
the late Jack Dunn of the Balti-
more Oriles, with which club hej'
signed at the age of 17.

d Team
Appear Weak in Reserve
ngth As Homecoming
Game Approaches
(SpIeciali e DI)l
ANA, Ill., Oct.23.-Expecting
the toughest battlesrthis
Illinois meets it old rival,
an, Saturday in that most
1 of football pageants, the
homecoming game.
igan is regardedg inthe Illini
s every bit as tough as Iowa.
g or losing means more than
or lowering the spirit of
omecomers. It will decide
r .Illinois will remaiii in the
nce championship race.
an, already downed twice,
more anxious than ever to
the Big Ten champions as
d last year and such avic-
tor{ them would be salve
Ito take the sting out of de-
y Pudue and Ohio.
Illini Reserves Few.
old saying that no team is
r than its reserves may
special application to this
Illini, for in the first Big
acme of the season, Zuppke
losely to his original lineup.
even substitutes were used,
trast to two previous years
here were two or three men
rly equal ability scropping
h position and it was not
mon to see 30 men used in
e game, Three sophomores
l that played against Iowa,
at center, and Yanuskus and









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