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ends is more perplexing to the Wol-
verine mentor due to the keener
competition for these positions.:
Either Sikkenga or Justice will
:iArmy Expcs to Show Powerful'
CAEST POE LIIA RN4 I
at 10:45 This Morning; I4
Ohio State Strong.
FINISH IS CHANGED e
Encountering its first Conference
opposition of the year this morn-
ing at 10:45, Michigan's Varsity
cross-country team' will start from
the Ferry Field track on a five-mile
jaunt against Illinois and Ohio
State. Ten men from each szhool.
will compete in this triangular rare
with the team scoring the least
number of points winning.
Led by Coach Abbott, winner of
the-Big Ten title last year, and act-
ing Captain Makeever, the Illini
will present a line-up of under-
classmen composed of Fuerman,
Stalnaker, Thompson, Tockstein,
Eckert,t Deneckas, Evans, Bowes,
and Heikes. This team has been
turning in some fine prefornidnces
in practice, and while they are
sadly lacking ir experience, Ill-
nois predictions are that it may be
counted upon to make a good show-
ing against any opposition.
Stalanker is the only man on the
squad who finished in the Confer-
ence meet last year, placing fourty-
eighth. Ohio is better fortified with
veterans since two of the Buckeye
hill and dalers who will show here
this morning were in the money at
the last Big Ten meet with Heintz
and Wotschak placing twelfth and
The Bucks will probably start
about the same team here as the
one which took the gun at Pitts-
burgh last Saturday against Pitts-
burgh and West Virginia. In addi-
tion to Heintz and Wotschak this
team was composed of Leahy, Alex-:
ander, Hanover, Soler, White,'
Woehle, and McSullough, with eith-
er Moorhead, Hayes, or Lee filling in
the last position among the start-
ers. In this line-up Ohio presents
a well-balanced team which will:
have to be counted in predictions
of a Conference champion.
Coach Farrell announced his
choice yesterday, and will send Cap-
tain Benson, Austin, Fitzgibbons, IOWA FACES
Wolfe, Aubrey, Lowmaster, D'Anna,
Hayes, Kennedy, and Fuestel MINNESOTA
against the invaders. Of these run-
ners only Austin and Benson won
places for themselves at the Con- ' (Special to Dail
ference last fall, with Austin com- IOWA CITY, Nov.
ing in fifteenth and Benson twen- Norsemen-power attack.
ty-sixth. Several of the Wolverines . passes-unbeaten team-
have had Varsity experience how- Pharmer, and Brockmey
ever, while Fitzgibbons was the these words conjure up u:
outstanding performer of last year's flable thoughts of Minnes
strong freshman squad. This sopho- minds of the University
more ace has been turning in some young men assigned to
of the fastest times in the trial ball in the Hawkeye stadJ
runs. His men really are no
The regular five-mile course has is only the optical illusi
been changed somewhat for this by their gold uniforms,
meet with the finish line situated Clarence W. Spears,l
near the Cook Springs Company Minnesota coach. But1
across from the Ann Arbor Country nomena was easily trans
Club. The first man to cross the line a nightmare for the fire
will count one point for his team, which the Gophers b
the second two, and so on, until with an average of fi
every starter has ended the five downs.
miles. The first five men on each It is trite to say thatt
team to finish will place and the eye team is being driv
t'eam scoring the smallest number speed to fit -it for this1
of points will win. Professor Carver game. The Iowans alre
will act as referee and starter. absorbed a week , of pr
k-dazzling In Io
-Nagurski, sin and
yer - all'sasi
ota in the vital fa
of Iowa's days of
play foot- on furn
ium. !may co
giants, it Kakela
on created Oja, ce
, declares and Tan
M.D., the More
this phe- ning pl
slated into is to ra
owled over So burs
ve touch- of decep
the Hawk- With
en at top are tryi
Dad's day that a
eady have least on
actice ex- team in
start at right end while either Mos- Ofttensive; Ivurrel and
ser or Hayes will occupy the other Cagle Outstanding.
Mich the same situation exists URBANA, Ill., Nov. 8.-Making its
in the backfield with only two men first trip to the middle west since
virtually certain of their places in 1926, the Army football team will
the lineup. Wills, another recent engage the Fighting Illini Saturday
transfer from the "A" squad, is in one of the outstanding intersec-
sure to start at one of the halfs and tional conflicts of the season.
it is quite likely that Berkowitz will One of the chief figures in the'
hold down the fullback position. action will be Christian Keener
The quarterback berth has been Cagle captain of the West Point
a three-cornered fight among Wid- eleven, and all-American halfback
man, Lindsay, and Anderson. Lind-
say is likely to draw the call over tpe past two years. Often com-
the other two chiefly because of pared to "Red" Grange, Cagle will
his superior tackling ability. None have his opportunity to measure
of the quarterbacks have shown his strides on the same field which
much promise as field generals so "Rd d n sr
far. .Red cavorted in his prime
Pearlman is the best bet to start The cadet coach, Biff Jones, in
at the other halfback although addition to his football activities, is
Miller has been running him a[ an instructor in field artillery. It
Atsnir pclose race for this honor during the E is probable that he applies some
last two weeks. Miller was undoubt- indirect firing systems to the
edly. the best performer on defense
GHT AGAINST in the backfield in the Illinois game j strategy of the football field with
two weeks ago. Cagle and Hutchinson acting as the
CITY TODAY Coach Courtright has been drill- guns, and hurling forward passes
in.g the Reserves on a passing and to the targets, Carlmark and Mes-
running attack all week and it is singer, Army ends.
for this contest, since last expected that a somewhat differ- The future officers will wear
y was an open date. ent offense will be launched against brilliant gold jerseys to make
wa's victory over Wiscon- the Teachers than has been used good targets for passes. The bril-
its tying of Illinois the by the Junior Varsity so far this liance of Cagle, Murrell and
g lay of the line was a season. O'Keefe not to mention the re-
The probable lineup: serves of the Army backfield, has
ctor. Much of the'final Michigan Pos M.S.N.S. enabled the West Pointers to roll
work will be centered up- Mosser ........LE..... McMurray up an average score of 25 points in
ishing the forwards so they Decker ... ... . L T.........Wood their games so fear this season.
pe with such veterans as ! Richardson . . .. LG ........ LaVoie Illinois will be represented by a
and Pulkrabek, guardsi Brown....... .C...........Stover vetran eleven. Possible changes
nter: Langenberg, tackle; Morgan.....RG......... Vanyo are at ends where Wolgast, Jolley
nrer, end. Bergman ......RT.... Shoemaker or Steinman may play, or in the
than sheer powerful run- Justice .......R E ...... Muellich backfield. It is hardly likely that
ays will be needed if Iowa Lindsay ......QE.... Gunnerson Peters will play but if he does he
ze Minnesota's air castles Wills . .. .... LIH......... Stites will be quarterback and allow
conference championship. Pearlman .. . . . RH ....... Morrow 1 Mills to resume his old halfbaclk
ts of speed and injections Berkowitz . .... FB ........ Lerch station.
)tion are being written into Lanum, Humbert and Robinson
ans' repertoire. NEW YORK.-Johnny Dundee, I may divide the fullback job, and
les., siuccess, the coaches of New York, former featherweight i Yanuskus, Root and Evans, the
ng to teach the Hawkeyes champion, will meet Georgie Gold- 1 sophomore halfbacks, may be call-
forward pass completed at berg, of Brooklyn, in a 10-round ed into the game. Fron tackle to
ice in a while will haul a I bout at - the Broadway arena, tackle the line will probably re-
ito the scoring picture. . Brooklyn, next week. I main intact.
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