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t trUE aDA.Y, 0, ctober 8, 1929

THE MICHIGAN

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IEASTERN TEAMS SHOW POWERFUL
OFFENSIVES IN EARLY CONTESTS
The bulldog who last year was igan to stop when they visit here,
the underdog has returned to life.-ion Nov. 9.
Yale's crushing defeat of VermontI
Hudson, Presser, Simrall and to the tune of 89-0 will come as The third member of the big
Wheeler For Punting Su- a distanctly unpleasant shock to three, Princeton, did not fare so
-.premacy In Close Race her opponents who may have un- well in eking out a 7-0 victory in a
derestimated the Eli's pawer on the stubbornly contested game with a
DEFENSE WORK STRESSED basis of last sason's showing. valiant Amherst team. For three
Though the weakness of the oppo- quarters the purple shirted New
" sition prevented the formation of Englanders held the Tiger at bay
Application of the polishing any accurate estimate of the but the E fourth saw Amherst'sf
brusli to all the rough spots con- strength of the Big Blue team the downfall starting with a Princeton
spicuous in the State encounter versatility and deception of Yale's drive from the Amherst 43 yard
last Saturday seemed to be chief attack representative of the latest line that resulted in a score in thel
aim of Coach Kipke and his staff developments of modern football closing minutes of the game.
Luring yesterday afternoon's prac- may be a potent factor in eastern Cagle and Murrel showed flashes
tice session. The strength display- football circles in the next few of brilliance for the Cadets when
ed by Purdue in its 26 to 14 victory weeks. Army turned back Gettysburg 33-7.
over Kansas makes it highly de- jArTemyzefthre corGetwasbhnred3-,
sirable that all units of the Maize Harvard also opened her season'the size of the score was hindered
and Blue machine be bright and with a gallop, smothering Bates by by the large number of substitu-!
shining before the end of the a 48 to 0 margin. With a drive tions the West Pointers used. N. Y.
week. through the line which rolled a U. uncovered a powerful attack
total of 370 yards gained from which showed promise of doing
The continuation of theduel scrimmage and passing unusual plenty of damage later in the sea-
bethdeen Simrall and Wheeler, for a starting game the Crimson is son by overcoming West Virginia
wihth the dogged persistenceofanri++ . fMnh-. Weslevan 26-0.

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Hudson bringing him closer to the
perfection of the first two, gives
assurance that the Wolverine
eleven will possess quite a lustre
in at least the punting end of the
game.
Should Prove Strong
Even if the little warfare staged
by Simrall and Wheeler continuesI
Ao the end of the season without
neither materially gaining any ad-
vantage, it is likely to develop two
punters who will give the opposi-
tion plenty to think about both
this and next.
Yesterday the punters kicked
with the wind for placement out-I
side on the five yard lne. While
neither approached the finish ofj
their master, Coach Kipke, they
managed to drop the pigskin quite
consistently in the corner and us-
ually got the ball out inside of the
ten-yard line.
Passing Is Needed
An hour of passing practice in-
dicated that Purdue is in danger of
a flood of Wolverine passes in the
game at LaFayette Saturday. Al-
though Michigan drilled all week
prior to the State game and then
attempted but one pass during the
entire fray, the game against thej
boilermakers is likely to be another
story, especially if the Wolves are
hard pressed.
Several backfieldcombinations
were tried during passing practice-
against the freshmen but the
throwing assignment alternatedI
between Captain Truskowski and
Simrall with both of these men al-
ways either throwing or eligible to
receive.

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