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TH-iMTCICAN

D A I L,

THURSDAY, XNOVEM13M,1.0~,t29

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WOLVER NESo GIVI
FHESBMENDISBUCKEYE CROSS COUNTRH
TEAM TO ARRIVE ,FRIDAY
A A F EN Some indication of the strenth
0,1'F NS ofthe Wolverine opponents in the1
triangular cross country track
meet between Michigan, Ohio State,
Kipke Returns to Ferry Field; and Illinois over the Michigan
Stresses Defense; Tries New courset Sturday may be gleaned
Combintions.from the fact that the Buckcyes
Combiations. iwill be in Ann Arbor Friday in
~~--~ time to run over the course.
POORMAN PLAYS WELL It is seldom that any school in
the Big Ten has a cross country
After taking the Varsity to the team of a calibre which warrants
stadium Tuesday for a secret prac- adding an extra day to a trip in
tice session, Coach Harry Kipke order to give the runners an op-
brought them back to the familiar portunity to try out the opponents'
sod of Ferry field yesterday for a course before the day of the race.x
long defense drill and a dummy Just what th.e Illinois prospects for'
scrimmage against the freshman the triangular meet are is not den-
team. which went through the nitely known nor have they made
Harvard running plays. known the time of their arrival in
Defense was stressed by Kipke, a. Ann Arbor.
long drill in running down punts The full five mile course will be
preceeding the dummy scrimmage. run, in the race here Saturday ac-
During the practice with the year-'cording to Coach Farrell. This has:
ling outfit, the Varsity did not take caused the route of the harriers to
the ball on any occasion. be changed somewhat and make
Defensive Play Changed. it much more convenient for the

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RID STARS TO MEET IN INTERSECTIONAL GAME

[EDDI TOLAN WINS EIGHTEEN OUT Of
TWENTY RAGES ONEUROPEAN INVASION

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National A. A. U. 100 and 220
Yard Champ Equals World
Mark for 100 Meters.
Vjtor' gaNoIhi$s the first of two
riE n's teliling «f ?icidie r oiT 's trig to
Furope Ilat summer. ihc second will appear
tWWrrow.
Continuing the same pace which
carried him into the foremost ranks
of American sprinters last year,
Eddie Tolan, Michigan's National
A.A.U. 100 and 200-yard champion
blazed a trail of victory across Ger-
many, Denmark and Sweden last
summer. Of the 20 races in which
Sthe Wolverine flash completed, he
finished ahead of the field in 18,
losing the 100 and 200-meter dashes,

at Berlin to Lammers and Eld-
for the invasion.
When the Swedish Athletic As-
sociation asked for a team of the
best athletes which the United
States could muster to make a trin
to Europe, the National A.A.U. of-
ficials promptly chose Tolan to fill
one of the positions. Eddie had just
racker in the last meet scheduled
won the National titles at Denver
wit hthe time of 10 flat in a 20-mile
wind, for the 100 yards and 21.9 for
the 220. Already the holder of the
Conference championship, Tolan
was easily stamped as the out-
standing dash man in the country.
After the Denver meet Tola4~ and

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Evidently as a *result of the long
chalk sessions of the list few days
and of Tuesday's secret drill, a
radical change in defensive playl
was attempted. Several new shifts
for the backfield were tried, in-
creasing the hope that an improve-
ment will be noticed in this depart-
ment next Saturday.
The backfield was composed of'
Simrall, Dahlem, Morrison, and
Gembis, but on the defense Joe
Truskowski was called back from
the line, Bud Poorman taking his
place at defensive end.
Lineup Same.
Practically the same lineup as
was used yesterday was in the
scrimmage, Poorman and Hayden
being at the tackle posts, Poe and
Steinke at the guards,. and Bovard
at center. At the present time this
lineup looks like the one that will
start the Harvard contest Satur-
day.,
By far the most improved player
to show in yesterday's drill was Bud
Poorman, veteran tackle, who
seems to have finally cinched a po-
,ition in the starting linkup.
Poorman played well on both of-t
fense and defense at his new end
position, and {with a little more ex-
perience should do well at Trus-
kowski's place when the other team
is in possession 'of the ball. Dur-
ing practice in running down punts,
also, Poorman starred, making
many nice tackles.
D'aniels' work in this punting
drill was also of a good caliber, the
former end playing safety man and
making some nice catches and
runs. He displayed a tricky run-
ning style and might make a good
back with a little more practice.

spectators to sce both the e:n
ning and Ad of the race.
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'CRIMSON PREARE
Or 0PI WOLVERINES~ ;~t .IIA
TA cxrA c LE
With their morale much im
over Florida, and practically every }Nr
man on the squad except Art Hug- ; 21 ssocio(ed Press Pho1{
uley, one of the kickers in good --- - - - --
form, the Harvard team leaves
Cambridge today. They will arrive1 Boilermakers Pointed SI MRALt PROVES TO BE ONE
at Ypsilanti early Friday morning For Mississippi Clash N
and will hold a drill in the Stadium. O 1Sspp V h PL Y S
The Crimson team showed no- _--I OF MOST VALUABLE PLAYER$
ticeable improvement against Flo- (Special to The Daily.)
rida, especially in speed and charg- LAF a to Nov D.) Cn__ dedly__ ne____ the_ _ uts_ an_ -_wsn_ ti___ by_ w_ ak,_ the_ chance_
ing. Captain Barrett's play revert- LAFAYETTE, Id., Nov. 5.-I Concededly one of the outstand- J'as noticeably weak, the chances.
ed back to its last year's form and Heading the Big Ten pack and re- 1ing safety men in middle western of the southerner did nol; seem par-
he stood out in the line. Putnam maining as one of the few unde- gridiron circles, Ducky simrall n 'icularly good to make the Varsity
showed much promise as a ball car- feated or untied major elevens in rated as one of the most valuable ;squad.
ierandmushfidgeneralthouag-h edrun d ajbackfield performers of recent Wol- However when fall practice be-
Bar Woa d will undoubtedl ogh the country as the result of its fifth verine grid, history. gan a year ago the name Simrall
y e r.tBarry. Wodwlludubelygt
the call at quarter. A backfield straight victory of the season over i Hailing from Lexington, Ky.. was mentioned the- country over
composed of Wood at quarter, De- Wisconsin, Coach Jimmy Phelan's 1 with but a single year of football as being tle outstanding sopho-
vens and Putnam at the halves, versatile Purdue gridiron squad is experience, the slender blonde nore back in the. Conference. A
and Harper at fullback, will prob- pointing for its intersectional clash earned a regular position on the reguilar berth soon fell to the lot I
ably be started with - White and freshman eleven at halfback. Not Uncloubtedly a potent factor in'
Mays breaking in. with the University of Mississippi rated as. one of the outstanding the phenomenal comeback of the
Ben Ticknor, center, is in form here Saturday. The Boilermakers' men- on a freshman team which (Continued to Page 7, Col 5)
and is 'expected to give the Michi- steady string of successes, earned --__- -- -- - --------- --
gan line a considerable amount of through co-ordinated team play
trouble. O'Connell Will be back sat rather than the individual per-
one of the ends with Ogden or formance of any one player, has
Burns at the other, Trainor and brought the Old Gold and Black
Talbot will- play the guards with combination a deserved reputation
Bill Ticknor and Captain Barrett for offensive power equalled by few
at the tackles. elevens in the country.

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