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THE "I H I - DATE

PAGE SEVEN

THE NtICHIGAN DAILY PAGF~ SEVEN

IOWA

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UPSET

BOILERMAKERSC D

PRDUE MST WIN
TD CLAIM CROWN'

RIVAL PLAYERS IN CLASSIC BATTLE FOR LITTLE BROWN JUG'

iWILL OPPOSE LATS
Northwestern Shows Impressive I
String of Wins Over Illini {

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IOWANS DEVELOP PASSER
(Special toI TIc )Dz ilk
IOWA CITY, Ia., Nov. 15. - The
years roll back Saturday to aisclose
an Iowa and Purdue football sau- -
ation differing in only one impor-
tant measure from that of '1921 '
when the Hawkeyes last appeared
at Lafayette.
Eight seasons ago it was Iowa,
the undefeated, questing a cleanr
record and an unshared confer-
ence championship. Now it is Pur-
due, the unbeaten and the untied, i
whose football engineers are at-'
tempting to manufacture the first
Boilermaker Bilg Ten title. Iowa is
the team to receive their technical /
attentioni at homecoming. Steinke
Purdue Powerful. --
As never before in the 30 years N ra
of Big Ten history, Purdue is equip-'Notre Dame Ramblers
ped with the requisites of a chain- Meet So. California
pionship team. It has a smart lint,
one whose aggressive charges (Continued From Page 6)
crAcked the heavier Michigan, Chi- clash between Yale and Princeton
cago, and Wisconsin walls wide will be the centers of interest. Cor-
open; it has runners, plungers, nell so far has come through the'
passers, and kickers ii the back- season with her record unblemish-
field - Welch, Harmeson, Yune- ed while the big Green team has
vich, and White. bowed to the sensational playing of
But Iowa will meet all those one Albie Booth from New Haven.
threats with a team which playedLacking much of the luster which!
as good if not better football last has attached itself to this time
atuday tha a other e honored encounter because of de-
eleven in all the seasons. In the ieamrrhn the-reco of
]ine, the Iowans have both speed teams the Yale-Princeton game,
an weightmbiheithsam nevertheless reamins the most im-
azing amount of attacking and de- porantl pitherEsrmanes
teaccording to past performances,?
fensive fury. The backfield has t should have a decided edge on th
speed and drive of Captin Glass- Tiger but no matter what Prince-
gow and Pape and a newly-wrought;ton does the rest of the football
passing game with Leo Jensvold as ton she res the football
the hurler, season she always manages to give:
the Eli team a grand fight.
Victory Rests in Line. With a specialty of rolling up big
That his flinemen will crash scores against any and all oppon-
through the Purdue wall to clamp ents the Pittsburg Panthers will at-
ball-carriers before they reach the tempt to down their home town
scrimmage line is the hope of irivals, Carnegie Tech, in their
Coach Ingwersen. They did this march towards a national cham-1
many times against Minnesota, pionship. Both teams have plenty
thereby rendering the Gopher of- of power so that the result shouldt
fense impotent. be a tossup.;

Truskowski. Pharmer.

WOLVERINE 'B' TEAM WILL PLAY
WESTERN STATE THIS AFTERNOON
(Continued From Page 6) Morgan will be shifted to center
Gary's disposal was amply demon- with Sikkenga and Hayes starting
strated in the Western-Detroit City at the ends instead of Mosser and
College game in which he used four Justice who is injured.
complete teams all of which fune- Probable lineups:
tioned equally wvell to down the Michigan Western State
City College 40 to 0. Kalamazoo has Sikkenga ...... LE ..... Sundquist
also beaten Ferris, 41 to 0, Lombard Blain ..........LT...... Johnson
14 to 6, and Illinois "B" team, 20 to Richardson . ... LG...... Williams
0. They tied Ypsi, 7 to 7 and were Morgan.......C...... Frankoski
defeated by Notre Dame "B" team, Grinnell ....... RG ........ Nickell
13 to 7. Decker.......RT....... Harrsen
The Wolverines will use about Hayes ......... RE .......Briggs
the same men as formerly with a Lindsay ........ Q......... Seborg
shift as to position. Blain has re- Berkowitz .....LH ........ Frendt
covered and will be at left tackle 'Wills .......... RH..... Pembroke
and Grinnell will play right guard, n.Miller.........F....... Barnhill

Badgers and Buckeycs. -":.1V. __ ____-0
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