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One of the biggest afternoons of ulassgow, starts clicking. A shake- With
the season in Western Conference up in the line has been made by bi
football is expected this afternoon Coach Ingwerst h who wase big
when thiee geat intersectionalfaroused to action following the list- facesbI
Grnerson, Morrow, and Stitesgmeaerehdiedtnerctna less play of several men. fcs
games are scheduled to take place, les lafo seeil en
Star in Ypsilanti involving two great teams from the Gophers Work on Defense. esir
k east and another from the south. With three cripples on the side- n
In addition to the intersectional lines, Minnesota continued work ona
contest between Michigan ana the defense yesterday in prepara- sers.
LINEUP UNDETERMINED Harvard at Ann Arbor, another tion for the game. All three of the not pr
eastern grid luminary, Army, comes menthat are now on the sidelines, t hurdle.
Seeking revenge for a decisive west to engage the powerful Illinois Nagurski, Tanner, and Pulkrabeck,
beating administered by the Ypsi- outfit at Champaign, The other will start against the Hawkeyes, Posse
lanti Normal eleven last year, the intersectional contest brings to- however Booth,
Wolverine "B" team will again in- gether the University of Mississippi Ohio State, unbeaten in Confer-t tamta
vade the Teachers- stronghold at; and Purdue, of the two unbeaten ence play but with a defeat by feat su
delevens of the Big Ten. Pittsburgh chalked up against it,
10 o'clock this morning. The.game Besides these outside encounters will endeavor to keep its slate clean hand
is beig played at this time to en- three Conference games are carded, by a victory over Northwestern.
see the payvrd-Michtame toeach one involving two teams of, That is easier said than done, how- tio to
see the Harvard-Michigan gamep ractically the same calibre. In ever, for the Wildcats have a great N toH
this afternoon. p aecie neia v ra e
what should be the feature game team this year, one that was able
The chances of the Wolverinesjof the afternoon involving two to nose out Illinois last week. It y Both
appear considerably brighter than Conference elevens, Iowa will at- would seem as if the Buckeyes will k have b
last season in as much as the tempt to break the winning streak be in for an uncomfortable after- sea.on.
Ypsilanti squad is not quite as pow- of Minnesota, who appears to be noon.them
erfu r while on the other hand the e fd or a tie for the title with Considerable trouble is being en- n b
Juor. vasity isusomewha sn g-c Purdue. countered at Ohio State in getting beaten
er. These neutralizing influences ( Although the Gophers are the any fighting spirit out of the team, r......to hav
make the outcome of today's tilt favorites to take over the Hawk- according to reports. A shakeup in hsl
The Ypsilanti gridders have been eyes, Iowa may spring a surprise if I both line and backfield has been , . r r"I sylvani
winning consistently all season, but its great backfield, led by Pape and made in an effort to get the team Cey rn
last Saturday were held to a tie The remaining two members of gog again.seems
by Kalamazoo. With the exception the Ypsilanti starting lineup, Mor- Wisconsin Battles Staggmen footbal
of left end, now occupied by Mc- row at right half and Lerch at full- In the only other Conference the fe
Murray, the Teachers will have ex- back, have been turning in credit- game of the day, Wisconsin will countr
actly the same line they used in able performances all this season tackle Chicago at the Illinois me- ton an
the "B" team game last year. and will be primed to put up their ! tropolis. Coach Stagg of the Ma- Wolverine leader who will pilot should
The lines of the two teams per- best battle against the Wolverines. roons is having a hard time con- the Michigan team against the record
formed on about a par in the 1928 If the Michigan line can stop vncing his squad that they aren't Harvard outfit in this, afternoon's serve a
game and neither team wascable to these backs before they get loose a great team following its triumph The
make substantial gains by rushing among the secondary defense, the er-onPidenceon thek art of the battere
with any consistancy. It is quite offense upon which Coach Court- -plence o the pr o the!Rtempt'
likely that the Wolverines will find right has been drilling his squad players may prove their undo- I BADGER J NIORSestig
it most difficult to buck the Ypsi almost to the exclusion of defense intifnot corrected before this MEET MINNESOTA pese c
afternoon. M ETdIN E Ois (pasro
line although the Maize and Bule tactics may work effectively enough castote
forward; wall is noticable stronger to insure a Wolverine victory. B Wisconsin's chances to cop their MADISON Wis. Nov 8-Coac west to
now than it was last year. The Junior Varsity line which had Big Ten win of then ieartok rv UDteritz of the University of ed Chi
Captain Gunnerson is a veteran been showing steady improvement bo td he Wisconsin "B" football team is tak- making
quarterback for the Teachers and all season was further strenghened again donned his uniform for theLhigh,
practically insures the Ypsi team a during the past two weeks by the firsttie since being isured in ing nothing for granted regardiii g L g
marked edge in generalship on the addition of, several men from the te ue game. neseet ithpi vania b
field, Coach Courtright's squad has "A" squad. With this new power Indiana is taking on off day t upoints.
been suffering from the the same the work of the line will probably review their lessons before taking Wiscon. "Penn
on (northwestern next week. Wisconsin's "B's" trimmed Notre Perin
malady as the first string Varsity be much better today than it was Army Invades Ilnois Pame 10 days ago, and last week have bo
this year, namely, the lack of an in the last "B" team game against Army's great team, headed by the he Irish beat Minnesota but "Utz" Pennsy
outstanding field general, and have Illinois. incomparable Cagle should ut u knows that does not mean a thing. opposit
felt the handicap equally as much. From tackle to tackle the com- a great game against Zuppke's Ilj They have so many reserve elevens Califor
Another member of the Normal position of the line to start against a tat Notre Dame you hs sin
backfield who is lieyto give the Ypsi is more or less settled and Ilii, and with the breaks, ought to)a oteDaeyoulust cannot fig- hanin
T elikelyr, emerge on the long end of a small ure them out. For example, only nia to
Reserves plenty of trouble ths should give the veteran Teache sfscore. Although Army's offense is two of the men who played against Coast t
morning is Stites, a halfback, wholine a worthy battle. Brown will by far the stronger of the two, Il- Wisconsin figured in the Irish vie- tional I
made one touchdown against them start the game at center wth Mor- linois has the best defense. The tory a Minneapolis. Penn.
last year and threw a pass that gan and Richardson at the guards. Army has played in two so-caled Wisconsin's probable line-up is fairly w
scored another one. If Stites gets With Blane definitely out of the imajor games this year and has lost Sirmons, center; Franklin and In th
loose today, the "B" team second- game with an infected foot Berg- both of them, so today's contest Frisch, guards; Rottman and Mol- tuckyv
ary defense will have to do a better man will play one tackle and Deck- should see the West Pointers doing inaro, tackles; Lubratovich and failed t
job of tackling than they have so er will be shifted to the other their best to uphold the glory of Wolfe, ends; Obomdorfer, quarter- ! by the
far this season or he will be sure tackle. ' the institution against teams of a back; Lutz, fullback; and Gustavel Beaten
to send the yardage gained by the The question of who will play thei major caliber. and Lynaugh, halfbacks. bilt Ala
Teachers up out of all porportion. (Continued on Page 7) ------
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(No--This is the cor fnunof e smoking and drinking are not bar-
story that appeared in lastWednesday red in the athlete's life, while they
are allowed to eat nearly any kind This Overc(I- 8 i
These six men journeyed as the of food. As contrasted with the
guests of the Swedish Athletic As- strict diet and rules necessary for '
sociation which scheduled meets success here, this custom is hard
to understand.
for them to appear n throughout -All through the invasion the
.Sweden, Germany, and Denmark. hosts of the Americans were very J I
After Cologne the Americans next lavish with prizes, stated Tolan.
appeared at Dusseldorph, Germany, First place in an event entitles the
where the 200-meter race was notwRustaiargetettlerthup,
run off because of the cold. Tolan whie to a large statut or cup,
i while the second and third posi-
won the 100 in 10.8. tions receive valuable medals. Most -
Competing a two day meet at of the collection which Eddie
Stockholm, Sweden, Tolan captured icked up have not been shippe
the 100 in 10.4, again equalling the
Heig , Fin fe yet, although he brought his most
world's record for the event.. InI Ied thophe brought himo
the 200 meter race he won easily I prized trophies back withrhim .
wtthtieo211 netsw With the exception of tratsa -
with the time of 21.1. from Germany and Finland, Tolan
Hesingfors, Finland next sawhT beiieves that athletic supremacy is
the Americansin action with Tolan!safe in the hands of the United
again capturing both the 100 and States for some time to come. The
200 meter events in 10.7 and 21.8 Teutons and Finns, however with
respectively. At Esklistuna also he th--mr eto=.patce r
wa h eto h fed ihthe mnost dangerous rivals with "

Bowen running him a close second. whom we will have to compete in
On the eighteenth of August I the coming Olympics, but even
there was slated a great meet in these two countries do not put out
Berlin with Koenig, German's the class of performance displayed
greatest dash man scheduled to by the Americans.
stop Tolan's winning streak. Koe--1 _ _ _ _ _ _
nig's threat failed to materialize B1G TEN STANDING
however, and he finished third to TeW L T Pot.
Tolan and Eldracker, also of Ger- ! Team......t. r
Edi ~Purdue ........... 30 0 0 L.000 .
many. Minnesota ........2 0 0 1.000
Loses at Berlin. Ohio State.......2 0 1 1.000
Through Copenhagen, Norkip- Northwestern ..... 21 0 .6M'l gt e Find it on
pingand Olso the triumphant, rIIMichigan....... 1e1 .indivitulgantheu t
march of the Americans continued, w ........1 1 1 .500
with Tolan winning every race in Chicago.1 1 0 .500 Best Dressed Men
which he appeared. At Olso the Indiana.0 2 1 .000
team split up, Tolan and Bowen MICHIGAN . .... 0 3 0 .000
going to Bochum, Germany for an W s 0 3 0 .00-
appearance. Here Eddie suffered Wisconsin....... You'll see it on the athletic young metawho
his only defeats of the trip, losing
both the 100 and 200 to Lainmers TO PAY-~ have been able to throw a 40-yard pass them-
and Eldracker. In both races how- PURDUE
ever, Tolan finished second. to his 'OLE MISS' TODAY selves or smash the line for a first down. Single -
conqueror. These races were very ATN -breasted, broad shoulders, wide graceful lapels,
close. LAFAYETTE, Ind., Nov. 8.-Pur-
As was the experience of the Wol- !due's undefeated eleven will stack rm lines at the waist
v'erine baseball team which toured up against the heavy University ofta-
Japan last summer, Tolan found Mississippi crew in the Ross-Ade
that the Europeans are outstanding stadium here this afternoon in the -
in their treatment of American and second intersectional game of the$ 9amore
that their sportsmanship is with- year for the Boilermakers. Purdue's
out exception excellent. The best high-geared offensive, built around
of treatment was accorded the vis- the best-balanced backfield in the

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Al Marsters definitely ou-' jump in the most powerful team.I
Kentucky has produced for quite a
. of an injury to his Spie while. Though the schools Ken-
gGreen team from Hanover tacky has conquered did not fur-
Brown minus its chief of- nish first class competition the size
Ghreente arm fomths canrckyhscnurdddntf
threat. Dartmouth's chanc- of the scores would indicate that
finishing the rest of the sea- Alabama has a tough afternoon
hout being defeated received ahead of her. t
us blow with the loss of Mar- Notre Lame takes a breathing
Nevertheless Brown should spell from her stiff schedule to play
ve too serious an obstacle to Drake in Chicago. The Iowa eleven
should prove no match for the pow-
essing the other sensational erful Rockne machine. By S. C. Swanson.
ld star in the East, Albie On the Pacific coast the major Michigan's waning gridiron pres-
Yale should be able to ob- battles of the day will be .between
dequate revenge for the de-atStanford versus Washington and tige hangs in the balance! Should
ifered at the hands of Mary-ISouthern 'California versus Nelda. the men of Kipke annex the nego-
ast year. The southerners i Neither of the California elevens tiable end of the count this after-
een beaten three times thisIshould be in serious danger of a noon against their Cambridge ri-
d should offer little opposi- defeat. vals those upsets at the hands of
the Elis when they play in
aven this afternoon. 'Purdue, Ohio, and Illinois will be
the Navy and Georgetown well nigh forgotten. The stage is
een conquered earlier in the TODAY'S GAMES Iset for the most colorful intersec-
so that the struggle between( '_ _ _ tional battle of the season.
will have little bearing on MaIDDLE WEST t
1 honors. However, George- Tessoth Miea
y its comeback after being Harvard vs. Michigan. The sons of the maize and
by Western Maryland seems forthwestern vs. Ohio State. I the Blue, who boast an all-
e a slight edge on Navy who Minnesota vs. Iowa. time grid record, which chel-
t to Notre Dame and Penn- Army vs. Illinois. lenges comparison, will play
a. Wisconsin vs. Chicago. host to one of Haavards mighty,
ell, after many lean years Mississippi vs. Purdue. teams. The Easterners on the
to have developed a real Wabash vs. Butler. strength of performance are
1 team. Remaining one of Iowa State vs. Kansas Aggies. , favorites to wiin over the Wol-
w undefeated teams in the Drake vs. Notre Dame. verines by one touchdown. A
y with victories over Prince- Missouri vs. Washington U. -
d Columbia the Dobie men EAST. . However supporters of the Wol-
be able to maintain their | Dartmouth vs. Brown. ' verine cause point to that remark-
by overcoming- Western Re-i Western Reserve vs. Cornell. ; able comeback from the depths of
t Ithaca. Colgate vs. Columbia. ilast year's early season perform-
Princeton Tiger beaten and Georgia vs. New York U. ances fhen a pround champion-
d thrice this fall will at-', Penn State vs. Pennsylvania. ship Illinois team was levelled to
to regain some of his lost Lehigh vs. Princeton. the ground by a determined . Wie-
e this afternoon at the ex- Georgetown vs. Navy. ! man coached combination. Harvard
of Lehigh. After last week's Maryland vs. Yale. comes to Ann Arbor with no better
ous invasion of the middle Tufts vs. Amherst. team than'last year's Illini. Michi-
be whipped by a rejuvenat- Boston U. vs. Holy Cross. ; gan's team of this year is as'-good
'ago team Roper's men are Fordham vs. Boston College. . as the combination which outplay-
preparations for a victory. SOUTH. ed the Indians.
however, has a fairly strong Kentucky vs. Alabama.
ation which lost to Pennsyl- I Michigan State vs. Mississippi
y the scant margin of three 'Aggies. That Michigan.Fears the
Georgia Tech vs. V.nderbilt. passing attack of the Crim-
sylvania and Penn. State S. Carolina vs. N. Carolina. son clad warriors is a well
)th been conquered once but Detroit vs. West Virginia. I known fact. It is this inability
lvania has had the stiffer Texas Christian vs. Rice. , to check a wel dgrected aerial
ion, losing to the powerful Alabama Poly vs. Tulane. game which has been the major
,ia team. California who Davidson vs. North Carolinah factor in the early season los-
ce beaten Southern Califor- State. ing ways of the Wolverines.
practically clinch the Pacific Clemson vs. V. M. I.
itle, seems headed for na- W. Virginia Wes. vs. Davis-El- I Wally i-arper, the speedy line
honors. On the other hand, kins. drilling Cambridge fullback, will
State was overcome by a ! Baylor vs. Texas.probably see plenty of work in his
eak team from N. Y. U. Carson & Newman vs. Tennessee. efforts to continue his plunging if-
e south, Alabama faces Ken- FAR WEST. forts where he left off in the Flori-
with an eleven which has l Nevada vs. So. California.-j da game. Putnam, speedy half-
o approach the standard set Stanford vs. Washington. back, is another man of proven
teams of the past two years. Utah vs. Colorado College. ball carrying apility and will, also
by Tennessee and Vander- Washington State vs. Idaho. probably draw the signal calling
bama has a tough hurdle to * Kansas vs. Oklahoma. assignment.



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