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DEFENSE

YEARLING RUNNING
PLAYS 9 ARITPE
Harvard Double Pass Formations
Gain Ground for Freshmen
Against Wolverines.
AUER REPLACES HAYDEN

SPECIAL TRAINS
BRING STUDENTS
(By Asociaed Press
Some 12,000 Harvard graduates
and undergraduates will support
I their team in the Michigan Stad-
jurn Saturday. Of that number
about 500 will form the "Royal
Rooter" delegation leaving Boston
Friday on three special trains. Re-
quests for tickets have been filled
from Harvard clubs in St. Louis,
Chicago, Detroit, Cleveland, Akron,
New York, and Toledo among
others.
Between 500 and 750 students
from the university will make the
trip to Ann Arbor. The football
special, bearing the team, coaches,
managers, college authorities and
newspaper men, will leave Thurs-
day at 2:20 o'clock.

"Beat Harvard" was the battle
cry which rang out over Ferry
Field last night as the Wolverine
Varsity gave the final touches toi
its preparations , for the game
which has excited national interest
for the entire season
. Not wishing to expose his men to
the danger of last minute injuries,I
Coach Kipke did not order any
hard contact drill in the long work-
out last night. Instead of the regu-
lar -scrimmage, he called a fresh-
man team from South Ferry Field
and had them run through the
crimson plays in dummy scrim-
mage, with the regulars devising
ways and means of pulverizing
these thrusts.
Stop Line Plays.
The red-jersied yearlings tried ,
every trick in their bag but it was
only in the over-head department
that they met with any success.
The Wolves had the line plays stop-'1
ped dead, but some of the double
passes seemed to be bothering the
new defense Kipke has workd out.
The same lineup of Truskowskl,'
Auer, Steinke, Bovard, Poe, Poor-
man, and Hewitt on the line and
Morrison, Simrall,' Gembis, and
Dahlem which Kipke has been
prone to use all week was sent in
against the freshmen. Indications
are that this will be. the starting
array Saturday, although the Mich-
igan coach will announce his offi-
cial choice sometime today.
Practice in Stadium.
After some time of this drill, the
team was conveyed to the Stadium
where they again were put through
an extensive workout on newgplays

which will be used in the Wolve'sI
attempt to claw a victory from the
invaders. Strict secrecy prevailed
during the drill, with every specta-
tor barred, since the new plays!
which have been devised during
the past week would be useless if
known.
Coach Kipke stated yesterdayI
that after the spirited practice ses-
sion of Wednesday night he felt
much encouraged about Michigan's
chances of upholding the stan-
dards of the West in one of the two i
most important intersectional bat- j
tles of the day. With the Wolverine
players showing more drive and
coordination then they have dis-
played so far this year Kipke feels
that a new determination has in-
vaded his camp and that his men
have thrown off the inferiority I
complex which he thinks defeated
them at Illinois
NOTICE
All candidates fpr freshman1
basketball report at Waterman
Gym at 7 Monday night. Bringi
your own equipment.
Ray Fisher, Coach

i JUNIOR AST
Sideline Chatter __ BT
Strengthened to some extent by
By Edward Warner, Spnrts Editor- m wn the addition of several men re- ; AND AID ATTACK AG INST MICWGAN
i cently transfered from the first
Formerly a Michigan grid star that the Harvard eleven will be in stri dVarsity, the Wolverine Be Practic Session Is Held plays will probably be available for
" a d ap ai , Du e" D u ne wil d ng ro s ig ti g oo w en it team is devoting the lattcir part of ;Secret P r H ' esi n Is H l
an important place on the takesthe field tamorrow. They will this week to the polishing up of in Preparation for Game imack of kc T e a at-
Harvard bench during tomorrow's be aided by 12,000 Crimson rooters their ofnet eue gis h nfor mh atention. ls cm
intersectional struggle. Dunne has who may dispel the illusion that foidabl e Ypsianti seleven atur With Wolverines. in for much attention.
been directing the Harvard for- 'Hahvahd" yells are "not too loud To teseryhidisatintthe
wards on the fineponsolietbeoseru. day morning at Ypsilanti.
ad, otin hpoints of line to be boisterous."he probable lineplnthe Jun- Efforts to speed up rushing leven which will start against the
play, a position which he has held ion Varsity for this game will - have been the main concern of Wolverines will be the same that
for several seasons. DARKNESS HAL3TS elude Widman or Lindsay at quar- Coach Horween in his preparations met Florida. with the exception
ter Berkowitz at full, Wills at one for the Michigan game this Sat-athtdickdOoglwill eb
Dunne was captain and guard SPEEDBALL GAME half, and either Miller or Pearl urday at Ann Arbor. The lineI t right end and Douglas will re-
on the 1921 Wolverine eleven. man at the other half From tackle smashing attack of the Crimson fnr n l s have another
.O1? ffahis teammates ofe tnotat
oe lymthdweato tackle the compo n of the wwarriors which showed to such good fIankeuhn ilthcke poter
season, "Cappy" Cappon, is as- yl ll be o n o advantage against Florida has un- chance to hold his tackle post over
sistant to Harry Kipke in guid- ?Kappa Lambda and Theta Chi gya and Richardson at the guards, dergone the keen scrutiny of the Davis, Upton, and Faxton.
Ig the destinies of the present playing in the semi-final speedball Bergman and Decker at the tack Harvard coaching staff to insure The showing of the halfbacks
Michigan team. game last night that the play had es, it being in tiptop shape against the Mays and White against Florida
TWolverines. will be an important factor in the
The press box in the new stadium to be stopped on account of dark- There is still someado a Secret sessions have been entire- selection of the Crimson backfield,
i st who will start at the flank
will be crowded to its capacity of ness a.t the end of the first over- positions for the Wolverines, with ly in order and a flock of new (Continued on Page 7)
250, with sports writers from all time period with the score at 12- Sikkenga and Justice first choices
parts of the Mid-West and also a all. On Monday there will be a for right end and Mosser and
large contingent of eastern scribes. playoff to decide who will enter the Hayes due to fight it out for the
Seven Boston papers will have their finals to compete with Delta Upsi- j berth at left 'end. Blaine, who has
representatives on hand, while the Ion for the trophy. Delta Upsilon, been playing a superior game at
New York Sun, Herald Tribune after a hard fought match with j tackle, is out with an injured leg.
Times, and Daily News reporters I three overtime periods, managed -
will be present. Hugh Fullerton, to emerge victorious over Phi Sig- Donie Bush Takes Over
flilly Evans, Walter Trumbull, and ma Delta by a ten to nine count.J b a Whit B
Tad Jones, former Yale coach, are J In the finals of the consolktionIo asite .ox B ss
other experts who will witness the tournament Kappa Nu defeated DneBuh ore itsug
game.. ,Phi Kappa Sigma six to five. Pi e Bede, formly taG v Lnge
With the inter-fraternity compe- Pirate leader, has officially taken Gloves Lined and Unlined.
Tomorrow's game will have tition practically disposed of the r the reigns of the Chicago
pecu'iar significance for Cap- matches between class teams are White Sox, and is already making{dpigskin d tan
tain Hackett, who will officiate f getting started. To initiate the His t tre as t led. cape, both o the
as field judge. Hackett was the I tournament the Senior Lits romped the s te hae ofCape, othOfthe gauntlet
umpire of the last Harvard- over the Junior Engineers in an eSmead Jolley, powerful Pacific coast type. $2.85.
Michigan game in 1914 at Cam- easy match to the tune of 23 to 4.1 slugger, for second baseman Kerst
bridge, and now after 15 years In the fraternity speedball tourna- 1 another unknown payemand aS ro
he will see a renewal of this ri- ments which are practically finish- cashconsideration. player, Scarves. Somefnde nu
valry. ed, 32 teams played matches and Rumor has it that Bush is seek- bers at $2.00 and $2.50.
over 350 men engaged in the com- ing to get rotund Bob Fothergill of Others up to $15.00.
Possessing the idea that Harvard petition, according, to the Intra-
players have been regarded as "sof- mural department. he outfield positions for the Sox.
ties" o the Middle West, possibly Other trade talk mentioned the Impotted Woolen Half
on account of the low ebb at which CHICAGO, Ills. - It is rumored possible purchase of Koenig from Hose. 3 pairs fo $4.00.
footballthas beenrattCambridge for that Donie Bush is angling for the the Yankees, Hargraves from St. Others $1.00 up to $5.00.
nthe past s few years, thed1929Crim services of Bob Fothergill, heavy- Paul, and the trade of Cissell to the
son team is determined to refute hitting Detroit outfielder, in an ef- Senators for Hadley. At any rate
any such impressions bytheir rp an- isseeking some god httrsSilk
eshowing against the Wolverines. fort to bo ster up the batting aer- to get his club out of seenth place
Reports from Cambridge have it age of the White Sox. -- ---- =- -

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