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'IDAY, NOVEMBER84 192.0

-THE MICHIJIAN. DAILMY _ _ _ _ __ _ _ AEsV

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FIVE ILLINOIS ' BOYS WILL PLAY HARVARD PRE iPARES

FOR ARMY*- IN S
CHAMPAIGN, Ill., Nov. 7- The
Army gamen at Illinois 'next Satur-
day may be a sort of homecoming
to thefive boys on' the cadet squad
'who give home addresses in this
nstate.
They may not all be selected for
the trip but here are the five on
the squad: Gunnar C. Carlson and
Carl W. Carlmark, Moline, Joseph
E. Golden, Peoria, Clark N. Piper,
Paris, and Aaron M. Lazar, Chica-
go.
Carlmark and Piper, the former
an end and the latter a fullback,
both received their letters last year.
Carlson was on the squad last sea-
son but did not win 'a. letter and
Golden and Lazar arc first year
men on the team. Carlson and
Golden are backs and Lazar is a
center.
When the Army leaves the hill-
encircled plain of West Point for
the Illinois 'game, regulations and
a stern disciplinary code will pre-
vent the corps of cadets, (Kay-dets
is the way they pronounce it) giv-
ing it a rousin~g send-~off. During
the school year, September 1 to
June 1, academic studies and mili-
tary drills are scheduled so that
cadets have less than two hours a
day of comparative freedom except
on Saturdays and Sundays.
On the last practice day the ca-
dets will assemble around the gym-

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t -1-7RDA 'S, ^°(2.AMIP Putnam and Harper are virtually
assured of positions with Devens
nasium and as each player leaves and Wood coming in for plenty of
after dressing' they will give 'him consideration.
an'individual cheer. "Sons of Slum The battle of the quarterbacks,
and Gravy" will also be sung. As Putnam and Wood, has been go-
the supper-formation which is next; ing on all season, Putnam, the vet-
on' the program is a rigid military eran, getting the call with H~orween
procedure at which every man must - ~
'be in his place in line, it will be sM
impossible for this demonstration
to consume any considerable 1ur
Samount of time.
s'mOn the return of the team theynlwF i~
! aeschedule will interfere with
a reeton as every cadet will be
in is oomstudying by 7:15 o'clock I4o a
Sunday night.
While the Army squad is at 11- feel the c
linois, the athletic as'tociatin plansk
.to, entertaini the players of both An k l e M
teams with a dininer and dance aft-
,er the gamle. Girls for the ' dance , unwBig
will be selected. from' the sorori- gapping
ties and organized' hourses on the; fortable
.campus' and military officials of the! suit: ~4
University and West Point will. be$!tead
in attendance.
Illinois will return the Army visit ''''
"next' season, making its/first east-'
ern invasion 'since..Red- Grange
>demonstrated his wares before the;
Philadelphia Quakers, 24-2 in 1925. "
Ken Fields, former Illini sub quar-
terback, who is now playing on the'{
West Point- plebe 'eleven, 'may play
against his former teammates in
that game. Frentzel who played on 't,
the reserve squad is also there;
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