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JUNIOR

VARSITY

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'0 MEET ILLINOIS ON FERRY FIELD

W VRINES ALTER
Indians Have Defeated Wiscon-
sin, Who Holds 6-0 Win
Over Michigan.
SQUAD IN GOOD SHAPE
With one victory and one defeat
chalked up against them in their
two Conference games thus far,
the Michigan Junior Varsity willi
meet the Illinois "B" team this
afternoon at 2:30 o'clock on Ferry
field in what promises to be the
hardest fought game that the
Michigan men have faced this
year.
Illinois, conquerors of Wiscon-
sin's "B" team which in turn de-
feated the Wolverines in their
first Big Ten game of the season,
brings a strong aggregation that is
further strengthened by the addi-
tion of several men from the Var-
sity squad. The Illini reserves
trounced Wisconsin, 12-0, after the
fadgers had taken Michigan into
camp, 6-0.
Wolves' Lineup Altered.
Michigan will present a greatly'
altered lineup from that which
faced the Ohio State seconds last1
week. In spite of the fact tit the1
Wolverines thoroughly trounced the
Buckeyes, Coach Courright has
announced that three changes will
be made in the line and two in the
backfield for today's contest.
Blaine is scheduled to appear at
left tackle instead of Morgan,
Decker will start at left guard in
place of Kaminski, either Morga
or'Richardson will take over Benz'
position at right guard, Miller will
be shifted to a halfback position
in place of Pearlman, and Ber-
kowitz will take Miller's place at
the vacated fullback post.
Brown In Backfield.
Brown is a lineman that neces-
sarily must be shifted to the back-
field to take the place of Jennings
McBride. His presence in the
backfield will assure the Wolver-
ines of a speedy attack, probably
built around Widman.
Widman is a real triple threat
performer, being a capable kicker
and passer as well as an able ball
carrier. His kicking ability is com-
parable with that of the men wno
do the booting for the Varsity.
Berkowitz, at full, is also a capable
performer.
Michigan will enter the game in
the best of condition, only a few!
minor injuries having been incur-
red throughout the week.
If the Illini reserves prove tough
to score a touchdown against, it is
probable that victory for Michi-
gan will depend on the toe of
Bauer, veteran tackle and captain
of the team. His trusty place
kicking ability gave the "B" team
a field goal and two points after
touchdowns in the Ohio game last
week, and very likely he will be
called on this afternoon to gain
Michigan some points by place
kicking.
While the Michigan Junior Var-
sity looked very good in last week's
contest,. the Ohio State team was
a far cry from the squad that Ili-
nois will trot out upon the ficid
this afternoon. The Illini can al-
ways be counted on to furnish stiff
opposition, and this team is no ex-
Illini Strengthened.

HARD CONTESTS WILL FEATURE INSIRRAGMU PRARLCTADL
EASTERN GRID PROGRAM TDY
FO nrn i '
Coach Bill Roper is in readiness 1 stern competition would be forth- fLL
for today's meeting with Bill In- ,coming from the Princeton camp to-
gram's Sailors in the Princeton I day, and only hardes fighting'
stadium this afternoon. Both would penetrate the Tiger line. Victorious Teams and Mana
coaches curtailed practice sessions Both Harvard and Yale, of the to Receive Trophies
throughout the week owing to crast's Big Three, have hard games to RTen Trops
snowI adcl.Tmae riiTnSports.
snow and cold. To make up for ,scheduled for today, Harvard tak- i-
lost practice, Ingram sent his pro- ing on Dartmouth at Cambridge,
tegees through a night drill Thurs- while the Army will be guests of PLAN SPECIAL AWARI
day after a long blackboard talk the Yale bull dog at New Haven.
earlier in the afternoon, in which Harvard and Dartmouth shrouded In order to interest the ir
he impressed his charges that I their practices in secrecy during 'pendent group of students on
the week, working out under the campus, the Intramural dep
protecting walls of field houses at ment has proposed a newp
the two institutions. Lineups for They desire to have teams in
' either team are uncertain. Cap- sports made up of independ
i tam Armstrong, of Dartmouth 1s and will give trophies to the1
at present on the sidelines with ning teams.
injuries and may not see action in j n needn h ih
today's game. I get up any sort of a team ma
j At New Haven, Mal Stevens sent 1 so by signing up at the office.
Play Used Against Wolverines in 'his team through driving rains to ( one may do this, appoint hin
1900 by Iowa Was Named by condition his team for today's all-imanager, get a group of fel
important test with the cadets. together, and form teams in
Mistaken Reporter. Stevens stated that he was uncer- various sports.
taun as to his lineup for the game, Individuals who do this will
MISNAMED BY REPORTER ;many of his star performers, in- ceive for their efforts a num
eluding Hicock and Jim Stewart, sweater or a trophy cup, provi
(Special to The Daily) jare still suffering from leg injur- { their team plays all through
IOWA CITY-Redolent of the ies received in last week's game. year without forfeiting. Should
horse-drawn vehicle days is the i Army's team is in good condition, team win the all-year champ
"whoa-back" play, so named be- coaches rounding out practice for I ship, the manager receives a s
cause of a' misunderstanding, used 4 the week with a chalk talk on pro- ial award for his services and
to confound University of Iowa i bable Yale plays. team picture is mounted o
football rivals twenty-nine years j Knute Rockne stayed away from beautiful shield to be hung in
ago. (Continued on Page 7, Column 4) Continued on Page 7
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GHT FOR CONFERENCE HONORSAH I
CONTINUES WITH TODAY'S GAMES
merging on top of the heap aft- Page will send his men into the VLI iuI uun
the first two games of the wild fray with instructions to use every
amble for the Conference cham_ trick and formation at their power
nship Ohio State's Buckeyes, vic- in the attempt to win back some of Opponents Reputed to Have
ous over Michigan and Iowa, Will their lost laurels. Strong Squad; Monroe and
empt to continue their drive to- Both teams like the aerial game, Jessen With Detroit.
d the title when they meet In- i the Biucke es winning. from Michi- ! -

diana at Columbus this afternoon.
DS The Hoosiers, defeated by Chica-
go, Notre Dame, and Colgate, do not
n - appear to be the stumbling block'
the over which Ohio will trip, but Pat'
rd II

part-
plan.,
all
tents
win-
Ms to EETIOATODAY
Any Wisconsin Defeated Notre Dame
mself Northwestern, Illinois
lows in Last Meet.I
the
[ re- IOWA TO RUN 4 VETS
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ding f , ' ial t o[lheDaily )
the MADISON, Wis.-Encouraged by
d the their smashing victory over the
ion- runners of Notre Dame, North-
spec- I western and Illinois in their first
d the cross country engagement of the
n a season last Saturday, Coach Ton
the Jones' Badger harriers are being
primed for the stiffer competition

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gan on a pass Holman to Fesler,
while in all of their play so far TEN RUNNERS TO COUNT
the Hoosiers have used the passing
attack for most of their gains. To
stop the march of the Scarlet and j Coach S-eve Farrell's harriers
Gray, Indiana will have to cope will meet the Detroit Y. M. C. A.
successfully with their overhead at 3:15 o'clock this afternoon on
game, although on the ground the the regular varsity four mile course.
unbalanced line used by Coach The race starts at the south end of
Willaman is sure to cause trouble. Ferry Field and cuts out to the Sa-
While Ohio is battling to retain f line Road, turns off the Saline road
its position at the top and Indiana over country roads and finishes at ,
trying to get out of the cellar, Pur- ' the Ann Arbor course.
due, also undefeated in the Big Ten
this year, but with only one game All members of the Michigan
behind it will tackle a new Chi- squad will run with the first ten
cago team which won its first Con- men finishing taking the trip to
ference game in three years when fMichigan State next week, if their
it defeated Indiana two ,reeks ago. performance warrants it. Only the
The Boilermakers have title aspir following men are to count n th
ations this season, and with one scoring, Captain Wolf Benson, Au-
of the best backfield combinations tr, Fub ord, Hes, Feu-
in thecountr shoul keep te|r, Aubrey, Crawford, 'Hayes, Feu-
in the, country should keep' theirj stel. D'Anna.
record clean when they play on: '
Stagg Field. The team has not had many
chances to practice this week and
Alex Yunevich, who starred their chances have been somewhat
against the Wolverines, may not be hurt by the loss of Grunow, but
able to get into the game today,Ithey have improved considerably
but Welch, Harmeson, and White since the meet with the Michigan
are dangerous with -any fourth State Teachers College and should
(Continued on Page 7, col. 3) give the "Y" boys a good fight.

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As to the origin of the strapge I
play which caught popular fancy
in 1900, Willis C. Edson of StormI
Lake, fullback on that team, has
come forward with an eplanatioi.
Edson is one of the gridiron veter-
ans who will attend team reunions'
at the Hawkeye homecoming Sat-
urday.
After a week of training near
Detroit, the team which later was
to share the conference titlc tool
the fied against the formidable
University of Michigan eleven.
The Wolverines, Edson relates,:
had been coached to break up the
famous "guardsback" formation,.
part of- the Pennsylvania system
used by Dr. A. A. Knipe, Iowa
coach.
So'the foxy doctor evolved a
formation which brought one
tackle behind the line. It was a
mystifying shift from the usual
style of attack.
Iowa's left tackle was Joe War-
ner, and it was hekwho was dele-
gated to fall back, Edson says.
Shortly after the initial kick-off,
Iowa obtained possession of the
ball.
Clyde Williams, all-western quar-,
terback, raised his voice in a lusty
'call, "Joe back." Out of the line
came Warner, and the repeated
launching of the play sent the
Hawkeye legions through the
baffled Wolverines for an easy 28
to 5 victory.
Newspaper men thought that
Williams called "whoa-back" and
heralded the astounding new play
by that name. Williams, the quar-
terback, now is a Sheldon automo-
tile dealer, and the much-discuss-
ed Joe is a realtor of Santa Anna,
Cal.

MICHIGAN DIAMOND TEAM ATTRACTS
MORE PEOPLE IN JAPAN THAN HERE

which is expected when they meet
the University of' Iowa cross
country team here today:
Thorn ic d na nn-4nn cvi th

College baseball in Japan finds
much more interest in the minds
of the fans than it does in the
United States, according to Harvey
Straub, captain-elect of next year's
baseballw tteam.Several incidents
of this were cited by Straub, whol
claimed that more people turned
out to watch the Michigan team
practice there than turn out for
the games here.
On one occasion, he said, when
the playing field was located eight
miles from town and up the side
of a fairly steep mountain, several1
thousand people walked /all of the
eight miles up the hill to witness
the contest.
Only one change was made in the
lineup of the Wolverines while on
the trip. Reichman, who was ex-
pected to assume the regular catch-
ing burderwith Joe Truskowski re-
maining at home, was ousted from
his position by Centenni, who prior;
JOHNSTONE TO DEVELOP
MICHIGAN SOCCER TEAMS
Soccer is becoming a popular
game in many of the mid-western
i schools and colleges, according to
John Johnstone of the Intramural
Sports department. Some of the
schools with better teams are en-
gaging in intercollegiate competi-
tionX
Mr. Johnstone is organizing soc-
cer teams now and he believes
that in time Michigan will be able
to have a Varsity soccer squad. He'
has information from good author-
ities that the game could get b i-
is shown to warrant the establish-
cial recognition if enough interest
men of a separate department.
It is a game that enjoys a wide-
spread popularity in foreign coun-
tries and has already drawn over
30 foreign students on the Michi-
gan campus. It can be played in-
side in the winter making it an all
year round sport.

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to the departure of the team for -r s uL A oil Bri
Japan, had 'been holding down a part either of Coach Jones or his
substitute shortstop berth. I patient pluggers to underestimater
According to Straub, the first few the Hawkeyes, nor is too much
days of the trip were not really ap- weigWht being given to the Bad-i
preciated by the team, which began i gers' victory in the quadrangular!
to feel the first effects of sea-sick- meet at Evanston last week, when
ness when th'e boat reached the Wisconsin placed second, third
Golden Gate on its westward jour- fourth, fifth, sixth, tenth,releventh
Goen aeoniswetad ;or and thirteenth with its first eight
ney.gh
Hawaii, at which place the team men. Wilson of Notre Dame won
stopped to play a game with the the race handily and was the only
University of Hawaii, impressed the cross country runner of real class1
players very much. Likewise the who was opposed to the Badgers.
treatment accorded them by thes'He was a member of the 1926 Ca-
Japanese people was of the highest nadian Olympic team and is a
class. ' great dis-lance runner.

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Detailed reports of MichiganIllinois game
received by private wire direct from field.
Everybody welcome to hear these reports;

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BIG TEN GAMES TODAY.
Michigan vs. Illinois at Ur-
bana.
Indiana vs. Ohio State at Co-
lumbus.
Iowa vs. Wisconsin at Madi-
Soil.
Purdue vs. Chicago at Chica-
go.

ception.y
It is rumored that after losing
a game to Western State Normal,
several Varsity reserves were
shifted to the Illinois "B" team
squad. If such is the case, the In-
dians will be a hard team to stop.
Illinois' backfield will be made
up of Useman at quarter, Etnyre
and Hall, at the halfback posts,
and Schultz, at full. While little is
known about this quartet, they
must possess a real punch to push
across two touchdowns on the Wis-
consin team.
No admission will be charged for
the game, according to reports is-
sued by the athletic association
last Thursday.
Probable Lineups.
Illinois "B" Michigan "B"
Bailey .........LE........ Mosser
Nusspickel .. . . LT......... Blaine
McGarth.......LG........Decker
......SchantzI
Langhorst......RG.... Morgan or
Richardson
Eueriergardt ..RT........ Bauer
Hinton .....RE......... Justice
U sem an ....... ... . . W idm a n
Etnyre ....... LH......... Miller I
Hlall..........RH......'Brown
Schultz ... .. 3.. .. Berkowitz
Officials-Referee-R. W. Hiuege1
(Marquette); Umpire-W. J. Mo11oi-1
law (Drake); Field Judge--D P.
Caulkins (Princeton); Head Lines-
man-A. W. Thompson (Lawrence).
MINNEAPOLIS. - Coach Dutch
Bergman of the University of
Minnesota has issued a call for all
baseball candidates to report to

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