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STRENUOUS DBH1LL' Sitter HARRIEBS EUT N
CONLUDES SEASOL 7 ra fFR Big TEN MEET
- y Edward L. Warner. eight straight wins over theI
Varsity -iolds Dummy Scrfm- One of the tragedies of the pres- rev ens. Coach Farrell Hopes olv-rins i
niage Against Junior Varsity; lent grid season has been the spinal The Big Ten has more than its Will Make Good Showiu
Cappon, ilott Play. injury to Al Marsters, Brilliant share of good ball carriers this fall, in Conference.
Dartmouth star, who was headed nearly every team advancing its
for all-American recognition when lyeryta adncgis
FACE :IOWA' FORMATIONS ti ciettriae ~s~ nominee for the gridiron hail of.
FtIis accidenAm erinatedhiisfot-fane. Coach Jimmy Phelan at Pur- HOOSIERS ARE FAVORED
ball career in the Yale game. D- due has developed what is prob-
Bitter cold again greeted oach spite the fact that he has been ab- ably the best backfield in the !While Coach Steve Farrel] iis
ipke yesterday afternoon when he sent from the Big Green lineup for country. "Pest" Welch is a veteran I little hopes that his cro ss cou
called his gridiron proteges out for the last two games, Marsters still w o can run and kick, Glen Har- team will take first hono::s i, t
their last strenuous practice ses leads the country in scoring with moson has few equals as an accu- Big Ten cross cciun'Y met 10-
sion of the year. The frozen, turfImsohaac-
of e yied oeed troo muc 108 points. His great open field run- rate passer, while Alex Yunevitch is morrow mormng at Cumiui, he.
risof lrsy inute inries o tuh ning accounted for overwhelming I: line-plunging sophomotfe of un- is depending en scrine of tna men
risk of last minute injuries so thle victories over Columbia and Har- i~ihyr i~
nlr bility Wih t fnishing high enongh in Zhe rec

EWKEYES SEEK iV ADSIIY P[AYEHS L rnriE
T -IIRD GRID WIN kJIA WJY LUUL:
FROM MICHIGAN
IOWA CITY, Nov. 21.--"Made u
Monkey of Michigan"-so was the ! Truskowski, Poorman to Engage Joe Truskowski, Joe Geibis, how-
Uniiversity of Iowa's first victory 1 in Other Sports Before ard Poe, Alan Bovard, Bud Poor-
over the Wolverines chronicled in Leaving School. mai.i Alvin Dahlem, and Red Wil-
newspaper headline Nov. 16, 1900. 'son the loss of six capable perform-
That game at Detroit wassl mti W t ti sets over te:5will cause much frnti sear
first of the series which flourishe-d mammoth Michigan stadium next ing"" when C O_-ch Kipke realssem1-
h- three years,'then lapsed for "1 jSsturday and the Hawkeye fray is a bles his football talent for the an-
o The se d for t1ing of the past, a glorious record nual inventory proceedings in
sans. The series record, awartio, wiil have been written into the 1929 spring practice.
satrday's addition at inn Arb,,Wolverine edition of gridiron ac- I TWo of these athletes are letter
now includes twvo wvins for Iowa complishmnent. winners in other sports and will
- P four for the Wolverines. Part and pa reel of this great have the opportunity to don the
Wirs he 190n. work is certainly the performance Maize ,and Blue against Confcr-
Iowa Wms m 1i 9'.n ence opnonents. Joe trukowski,

Wolverine mentor dcoided that he vard early (n the sasn-
would keep to Yost Field house and yard early in the season.
send his men into the last game
without a scrixninag esso this l Twvo of the best backs of the
week.u msyear have been cavorting south
Regwars Recoverjof the Mason-Dixon line, each
leading his team in an uninter-

The heavy battering whichL he'
Maize and Blue was forced to take
at Minnesota kept the regulars out
of any rough work the first half of
the week and now that they are in I
good shape again the Iceland-like
weather is working against the
squad.
Handicapped by the basketball +
floor in the center of the Field
House, Kipke could only send his
men through the most limited of11
manouvers yesterday, although the
team managed to get in punting,
passing, and line charging drills
before the session was over. A
group of junior Varsity players,
whose strength was augmented
greatly by the addition of Franklin{
Cappon and Jock Blott to their
midst ran through the Hawkeyesf
formations in dummy scrimmage.
Cappon and Blott Play.
Cappon and Blott, two of the'
greatest players ever turned out1
here played end and halfback re-
spectfully while in their under- I
graduate days. Blott was an All-
American center and Cappon the
only All-American utility man ever
picked. The Varsity seemed to have.
little trouble in diagnosing the op-
posing tricks axgd broke through
repeatedly to stop the runners for
losses, while the . backs displayed
marked improvement in their abil- i
ity to break up passes.,
Both the Varsity composed of!
Tiruskowski and Cornwell, ends;
Hayden and Auer, tackles; Soren-
son and Steinke, guards; Bovard,'
c ter; Simrall, quarterback; Wil-
son and Daniels, halves, and Gem-
bis at fullback and the first teamt
reserves were sent outside at the
close of the session to run throughl
their new plays.

rupted string of triumphs. Bil-
ly Banker, Tulane captain, is
one of the triple threat stars
of the year, being instrumental
in the unsullied record of the
Green Wave. Tennessee adher-
ents point with pride to Gene
McEver, main cog in the at-
tack of the Volunteers. Mc-
Ever has led his teammates to

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HESTON PROVES S
GAINER IN FIR
A name to be conjured with in
Wolverine gridiron history again
graces the roster of a Michigan
football team.
"And Heston ran for forty yards"
is a familiar adage in any gather-
ing of Wolverine sporting enthusi-
asts. The great Willie Heston, Mich-
igan's first contribution to all-
American selections in the years
1903 and 1904,
. is a surefire
T placewinner on
anybody's all-
time selection.
Willie, Jr., the
# latest, edition of
Heston - Michi-
gan football ac-
c o in p lishment,
has proven him-
self from the
outset a capa-
ble gridder and
a welcome addi-
HESTON tion, t o a ny
gridiron team. Coming to Michigan
with a great prep school record the
highly touted youngster has turn-
ex in performances consistent with

usuai aciy. w a smonar G quar (,r2-........
back, White, calling the signals, no to give the WolverineB a place Ey winning the 1900 game, the
wonder the Boilermakers boast a among the leaders. Iawkeye eleven completed the sea- u
perfect record. The strength of Ohio St; e,:son undefeated, sharing the con-
Wisconsin, and Indiana should en- ference title with Minnesota.
Up at Minnesota the fans able them to exclude all other 1 Iowa's other triumph came 24 years
rave about Broncho Nagurski, teams from the rirst three places later when Burt Ingwersen's eleven
the "bell cow" of the 1929 in the race although the presene surprised their rivals, 9 to 2, with
Thundering Herd. The huge of Martin of Purdue and Letts of Leland Parkin's running and Don
Gopher has shown his versatil- Chicago, prgbably tho two out- Graham's heroic punting as the
ity by playing in thie 'ine on standing runners )n the Confer- features.
defense dr crashing the oppos- ence, is likely to throw the final Notorious as the "point-a-min-
ing forward wall on attack. scores into a jumble. ute" football team, one of Fielding
ituss Bergherm, now leading the Wolves Leave Today. iH. Yost's great elevens almost dou-
Big Ten in scoring, is one of Three of the Wolverines, Fitz- bled that score on. the Iowans of
the best backs Northwestern gibbons, Wolfe, and D'Anna will 1903. Coming a year after a 50 to 0
has had in several seasons.- leave Ann Arbor this morning by ichigan win, the 107 to 0 whip-
--- -- -- auto with Coach Farrell in order pmg so disheartened Hawkeye ath-
TEA Y GR UNhat the men may get into Colum- geofficials thaetthey abandoned
TEAD GRO JNDbus in time to walk over the Ohio games with the Wolverines.
T YEAR ON TEAM State course today. Austin, who is Gembis' Toe Wins.
given an equal chance with Fitzgib- When relations were renewed} in
S- - bons to place first for Michigan, 1923, a blocked punt recovered be-
a colorful high school record. has already been over the course hind Iowa's goal line gave Michigan
Three years of football experi- and will leave with the other two a victory over Howard Jones' final
ence on Detroit Northwestern's men making the trip, Captain Ben- Old Gold team. It was the place-
great football machines were cli- son and Lowmaster, this morning kick of Joe Gembis which downed
I maxed by the selection of Heston !by railroad. These three runner s the IHawkeyes at Ann Arbor last
as captain of the official Michigan will not have time ho view thefall.
all-state high school selection in course until the race starts. These are the scores:
1927 at quarterback. In addition to Indian will brin a squad whi 1900-Iowa, 28; Michigan, 5.
this Heston added to his prepara- I n the 1928 title and is now rate 191--Michigan, 50; Iowa, 0.
tory career on the gridiron a year rm1902--Michigan, 107; Iowa, 0.
of backfield stardom at Manlius. t Tepeatinrthe methi tom ir 1923--Michigan, 9; Iowa, 3.
Here Hestop also performed on theikr thie 1924-Iowa, 9; Michigan, 2.
chamnpionshrip squad back for the j1928-1'ficigan, 10; Iowa, 7.
cinderpath, competing successful- test at C lumbus with the excep- -Mihigan,;I_,_7.
ly in the 100 and 220 yard dash tion of Fields, although some out-
eventsy astanding. sophomore material mayf ROCKNE IS AGAIN
Only a wealth of available ack displace a few of the veterans bC
field material has kept Heston on fore the race starts.
the bench this year. Kipke, realiz-
ing the sophomore star to be the Wisconsin Undefeated. (By Associated Press)
most capable broken field runner The biggest stumbling block in SOUTh BEND, Nov. 21. - Knute
on the squad has used Bill in much the way of Indiana is the strongI K. Rockne, Notre Dame football
the same manner that the Yale Wisconsin team which has gone coach, was informed today by his
coaching staff utilizes the slever Al- through the present season unde- physician, Dr. R. L. Sensenick, that
bie Booth as a pony back to run a feated. Against Iowa and Michigan he must not accompany the team
worn out defense to the ground. I these six men entered in the Con- to Evanston, Ill., next Saturday
Followers of Michigan football pre- I ference meet registered "slams" by f r the Northwestern game. Rock-
I diet a great =iture for this well setI winning all of the first six places. ,n was also directed to remain in
rup Detroiter and such a prophecy Judging from their records the bed for another week. He has, been
is well founded by actual perform- Badgers and Ohio State should afilicted with "a blood clot on one
ance. Heston has won his spurs! battle it out for second honors. j of his legsa

of thne indlividtuai piayers. 6ix reg",- --, "". " " "
lars of Coach Kipke's great team regular on both the championship
will have played their last for basketball and basebalf teams of
Michigan on the chalked turf. last year, will take up activities on
With the graduation of Captain (Continued on Page 7)

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