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November 15, 1929 - Image 7

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CAPABLE E~O LII ~ TRIO OF OUTSTANDING MINNESOTA GRIDIRON
TO J~*iftR STARS WHO WILL OPPOSE WOLVERINES SATURDAY

[i/All,
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NOTICE

Co~eI~ 'K~pke'sChar'ges W11 Try
c~ Win ~Little 'Brown jug'
Pram Northmen~
Hampered by a drizzling mist,
Coach Courtright s&it his charges
through a ~flnal light scrimmage
last nij~ht in p~epara~ion ~or the
game with Western . State Normal
tomorrow afternoon. Western's un -
blemished record znis season, ex-
cept for a 7-7 tie wi~th YpsIlanti,
indicates that the "B" team will
have no easy task to return home
with a victory to their credit.
The loss of Justice, .flrst string
end, has dealt a serious blow to the
Junior Varsity's hopes. With a ser-
ious injury to hits hip, justice will
Le unable to play for sori~e time.
Several of the other linesmen are
nursing injuries ~ust~ained in the
Ypsilanti eiicounter 1a4 Saturday.
~Due to the~e injuries ahd a list-
lessness of spirit, the drive and snap
whi!c~h the coaches were hoping for
has not been much more in evi-
dence thus far this week.
After a session of tackling and
blocking practice to tighten up the
defensive work of the forward wall
and to give the l~all toters protec-
tion enough to get sta~ted, the
squad indulged i~n a sigm4 drill to
put the final toti~hes'6n the 'offen-
sive to be used against the Wester~~'
State Normal eleven.
Wolverine H~riers lb
Meet Wisconsin Today
(Continued From Page 6)
Aubrey, Lowmast~r, Kennedy, and
D'Anna. Coach Farpell is counting~
on Fitzgibbons and Austin tO turn
in a gdod record. In the meet last
Saturday morning Fitzgibbons led
the Wolverifle harriers across the
finish line to capture fourth place.
Austin ~,as the next man, taking
fifth. These two men aided in keep-
ing the total points for Michigan
down low enough t6 defeat the
Illini.

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Pharine~, N~igurski, and ~Broek-
meyer form a hard combination to
stop ,when they swing into action
for the Gophers. Two oF then

Pharmer and Nagurski, will be in
the starting lineup against the
Wolverines Saturday, while Brock-
meyer, the third of the trio, will be

A eeQc4a~e~Z Pres8 P7~0tQ I
kept on jue sidelines due to in~
juries received in the Iowa game.
Pharmer is the high point scorer of
the Western Conference this sea-
son,

Michigan Team Arj-ve~ Hockey Tec*ins Strengthened to Begin
in Minneapolis Today~ - Campaign; New Forward Pass Rule
I __
(Continued From Page ~) r1OlC~5iOnal hocky as played un- to repeat, although ti
der the new yules will be shown strengthened a good
up in signal drill was composed of
~I~ruskowski and Hewitt, ends; Dray- for the first time this season, The their acquisitions is
wing, formerly with
cling and Poorman, tackles; Poe principal rule concerns the forward ~'Flying Frenchmen"
and Steinke, guards; Bovard, zen- pass, which is somewhat of an in- Incidentally this teai
Daniels Heston, nowktion, aithought it was used on j diens, are expected t
ter; an(l Wdves; he Pacific Coast a Few years ago. position to the Bruins
~orrisQn, fullback, and Wheeler, This rule will make it much harder the New York Americ
quarterback. Slinral] and Gembis br the goalies, who have a hard strong teams in the
alternate in the positions, while enongh job at present. section of the Nation
The Boston l3rnins, who are the the American secti(
DahThrn was not in uniform due to present holders of the Stanley Cup, York Rangers, Chi
a late class. are expected to have a hard fight , hawks have acquired

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