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September 23, 1930 - Image 13

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Purple Boasts Well-Balan
Team; Captain Bruder
Will be Back.


(Special to The Daily)
EVANSTON, Ill., Sept. 22.-Coach
Dick Hanley is putting his men
through one of the most strenuous
early season workouts ever handed
out to a Northwestern team. In
this manner he hopes to whip into
shape an eleven which will be able
to withstand the attack which T:-
lane is certain to spring on them
Oct. 4.
And that first team which North-
western will send again the Green
Wave should match the southern-
ers man for man. If the reserves
measure up at this early date, then
it should be a sure fire football
Regular Tackles Back
The makeup of the Wildcats' first
string eleven is still much in doubt,
especially several positions. How-
ever, it Is likely that Jack Riley
and Dallas Marvil, the two regulars
at tackle. from last year, will. be at
their jobs,. These boys make a
great pair, the former weighing 210
and the latter 223. Then there is
Paul Engebretson, a 200 pounder,
ranging around as a reserve.
The Wildcats. Will have a fairly
seasoned line except at center and
one guard position. The candidates
for these two positions are shaping
up well; however, and barring in-
juries, the forward wall should be
able to give a good account of it-
Fullback Undecided
Capt. Hank Bruder and Al Moore
appear to lead the halfback con-
tingent with Lee 'Hanley the choice
at quarter. A' three-way fight is,
being waged over the fullback po-
sition between Harry Pritchard, un-
derstudy to Bergherm last year,
and "Reb" Russell, two sturdy soph-

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veterans hard for the positions.
selves will have to see the men un- Captain Simrall, Hudson, Heston,
der competition before they can Holmes, Eastman, Newman, Gold-
definitely settle on any one pair. smith, and O'Neill are a few of the
In the struggle for center Morri- oustanding backs. Simrall will oc-
son, Smith and Morgan are prob- cupy one half-back berth, but the
ably the three strongest. Morrison other two places are undecided.
has been handicapped as a result The three sophomores, Eastmian,
of an injured shoulder, and in his Newman and Goldsmith, are dan-
absence the other two have been al- gerous threats to the veterans striv-
ternating in the pivot position. ing for the backfield. All three of
Here again it is impossible to get these men show promise with East-
any definite line on the ultimate man excelling in blocking, passing
survivor. Kipke and his assistants and punting, Newman shining
are working hard in an effort to especially in running and passing.
1 solve the center and guard prob- and Goldsmith starring in place
lems, and the first games will see kicking and line bucking. Eastran
all the candidates in action in an is an excellent blocking back, and
effort to determine their merit, this should aid him considerably, as
S P Aa capable blocker is essential to a
Stress Passing Attack Iwell rounded quartet. If it were not
Coach Kipke has a vuealth of for his admitted weakness on de
backfield material at his disposal, fense Heston would probably be ..a
and should be able to offer a more starter in the varsity lineup. He is
varied attack than the Wolverines trying to strengthen this depart
have possessed in many a season. ment of his game however, and if he
It is highly probable that the var- can do it will be a favorite for a
sity will use lateral passing to a starting post, as he is a fine ball
considerable extent this year. It carrier.
will be used to start running plays With the above men out for posi-
in addition to its use in conjunction tions the Wolverines are sure of a
with the forward pass. A strong varied attack, and if the line comes'
running attack is also probable up to expectations the varsity
which will aid in covering up the should be a strong contender for
Wolverine's vaunted passing attack, first position in the Big Ten race.
'Th eir running attack should be a After the first games a smooth run-
real threat this year as several of ning attack will be possible with
e candidates have shown con- improvement in blocking which will
therbl ability in the ball-toting come with practice. The eventful
department. fortune of the team depends upon
It seems definitely set that Cap- the successful or unsuccessful so-
tam Simrall will be used at half- lution of the center trio problem.
back this season instead of quarter, The Purdue game will be a big 'ob-
and with his removal the field nar- stacle to overcome, coming as it
1 rows down to Wheeler and Tessmer1 does early in the season.
although almost any of theuother
,backs may be shifted to quarter.: Five Hurlers Win:2
Wheeler is a veteran of three year's
expberience while Tessmer is a sopl- Games During Season
omore of high promise. Tessmer is
I an excellent kicker and passer and Among all the pitchers of the;
Wheeler also has shown himself American League, it apepa'rs almost.
adept along those lines. Field gen- certain that only five will attain
eralship will counit heavily in de- jthe record of 20 or more games wdni
termining who will occupy this im- in the season of 1930. Grove and
portant berth. Earnshaw of Philadelphia, Ferrell
Backs are Numerous of Cleveland, Lyons of Chicago, and
Candidates for halfback and full-* Stewart of the St. Louis Browns are
back are numerous with several the only ones as yet to reach the
men from last year's freshman mark of a score of victories for the'
squad showing signs of.pushing the present big league season.

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