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CAPTAINS CRIMSON GRID TEAM

Starting Lineup to be Altered
Little for Encounter.
With Eastern Team.
SQUAD IS IN CONDITION
Cold weather and a high wind
forced the Wolverine Varsity into
the Field House for their last stren-
uous drill yesterday before leaving
for the clash with the Crimson
eleven at Harvard Saturday. A
combination of drop kicking, punt-
ing, line plunging, and defense a-
gainst Harvard plays was the order
of the day, with Coach Harry Kipke
driving his men to the limit in the
final regular preparation for the
feature event of the season, today's
activities consisting in a light drill
before entraining at 4:45 for the
east.
All of the regulars with the ex-
ception of Hewitt were given a
workout, finally ending up with
Coach Kipke concentrating on a
group of eleven men that look very
much like the starting lineup for
Saturday. Few changes are evident
from the starting front that faced
the Illini two weeks ago. The back-
field remains the same, with New-
man working at quarter, Wheeler
and Captain Simrall at halves, and
Hudson 'at full. This combination
worked well yesterday against a
squad of freshman who r a n
through a group of Harvard plays
under the direction of Coach Cap-
pon.
Williamson and HoZer worked out
at the wing positions, although
Daniels and 'Cox are ready to go
in if needed. Draveling and Auer
will fill the tackle berths, and
Cornwell and LaJeunesse are work-
ing as the guards. Morrison con-
tinues at center.
At present the Wolverine eleven
looks strong on the offense with a
good passing attack led by NEtw-
man,. but the defense is worrying
Kipke who still remembers theE
havoc played by Barry Wood of the
Crimson-jerseyed team in the lastt
quarter of the Harvard-Michigant
tilt last year.
Yesterday's session found the
first year team using a variety of
Harvard passes and end runs with
apparent success against the Wol-
verine Varsity, but toward the end
of the drill the regulars stopped
the yearling attack and succeeded
(Continued on PageSeven.)

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JAY VEES PREPARE
''FO E TTEM

TRACK TEAM BUSY
-AT FIELD HOUSE,
Thinclads Keep in Shape; Field
House Scene of Activity.

MAYSEE ACTION

Associated Preys, Phnt
Leading the Harvard warriors this year Ben Ticknor has been play-
ing a sensational game in the center post and proving the strength of
the Crimson line.
By Ed Warner. downing the strong Kansas
Members of that select group team, so now they are looking
hthe football elit h ave for the prospect or turning the
among tefootall eie Who ha tables on the formidable Irish
yet to meet defeat or be tied dur- IRamblers.
ing the present football season mayI
suffer some losses from their ranks In the West, Northwestern must
this' Saturday. Last week saw §ev- vanquish an old hoodoo, Indiana,
eral teams drop from the pinnacle, in order to maintain its position
including Dartmouth, Cornell, De- among the leaders. For the past
troit and Kansas, so the number of three years, indifferent Hoosier
topnotchers is gradually growing teams have been able to down the
smaller. Purple in their annual encounter.
g This season Coach Hanley has an
Notre IDame, regarded by unusual oeflsudo id
many as the outstanding eleven usually powerful squad of Wild-
mnys theoutyandsing len cats, but there is still that old jinx
in the country, must hurdle toovrcme
the rejuvenated Pennsylvania ercome.
aggregation at Franklin field. J Rioing on the crest of an-
Penin gave its followers en- other strong Crimson Tide,
couragement last Saturday by I (Continued on Page 7)

Power of General Motors Tech Track is supposed to be a season-
Eleven Unknown"Work : al sport at some institutions of
' Irk higher learning, but not so at
on Offensive. Michigan. If anyone doesn't be-.
lieve it, just take a jaunt over to
MICHIGAN IN CONDITION Yost field house watch Coach
-__ Chuck Hoyt's thinclads doing their
Entirely in the dark as to the daily duty. Practice in the track
gand field events is started early in
strength of the General Motors thc fall and continues through theI
Tech team that will invade Ann winter mionths in preparation for
Arbor Saturday afternoon to battle the meets after the breakup of the
Michigan's Junior Varsity eleven, cold weather.
Coaches Courtright and Keen sent Yesterday afternoon the field
the squad through an offensive drill house presented the appearance of
t a real meet with the sprint aspir-
yesterday, despite the biting' cold ants darting away at the crack of
and stiff wind that blew across the gun on one side of the track,
Ferry Field. while high-jumpers and vaulters
Several new formations were were doing their stuff in another
given the Wolverine "B" squad nook of the mammoth building.
Coach Wilfred Ketz took the weight
which are expected to provide the men in, hand, instructing them in
team with scoring plays to be used the art of heaving the hammer and
when near the opponbnt's goal the shot. The 1-4 milers were just
line, a department of play at which 1 warming up in preparation for a
the Jayvees have. been weak in a test jaunt.
k all Practice Starts.
of their games this season. Campbell, Smith, a n d Tolan
Except for the fact that the were attempting to get away with
General Motors team downed the the gun in the sprints, and show-
eleven of Ferris Institute, of Grand ed some fair form for early season
work. The quarter mile men in..
Rapids, 13 to 0, nothing is known elude Mosser, Kaminski, Glading,
regarding the strength of the visit- Allen, and Noyes. Russell, who is
ing eleven from Detroit. It is the a veteran of last year when he
first time that they have ever met took second in the Conference, has
the Wolverines, and are not ex- not put in his appearance as yet
pected to be strong enough to upset although he is counted on as an
the strong defensive team repre- important cog in the formation of
senting the Maize and Blue. the team.
For the-first time since the open- T h e high-jump is appearing
ing of the season the Michigan more promising than at first, with
Cubs will line up with their full Gafill showing some good form. He
strength on the field. Frisk, veteran was a member of the frosh squad
tackle who was injured near the of two year§ ago and could clear
first of the year, is ready to take 5' 9" at that time. Gafill is in
a big part again, and although he good shape and should develop in-z
has been ready for several weeks, to Varsity material. Keller and
he has had to favor the shoulder Clark are also working in the high-
that was injured. jump event. Eggleston, Boettler,
Although the Jayvees are out of Hafely, Jackson, and Lamb are
all consideration for the Big Ten training on the hurdles.
Junior Varsity title, they neverthe- Field Events Show Promise.
less are a strong team. Defensively One of the best prospects in sev-z
their work has been of the highest eral years in the javelin has been
class, but their weak offense has uncovered by Coach Ketz in Rob-
deprived them-of several victories. erts, a sophomore. With consist-
They still have to meet Western Iant practice he will come through,
State Normal and the Wisconsin Goodell is also good in this event,
Jayvees. but is ineligible at present.

ON PRIMARY WORK
Weakened Squad Shows Loss in
Morale as Michigan Game
Approaches.
REVAMPED LINEUP USED
By FUERGRINGER.
Sports Editor Harvard-Crimson.
The cloud of gloom that hung
over the Harvard football camp
ever since the William and Mary
game last Saturday was little dis-
polled today as the Crimson cohorts
went through their second day of
practice of fundamentals.
Coach Horweenhas realized that
the weakness of the Harvard team
so far this year has lain in the
fact that the Crimson players have
failed to carry out their funda-
mental assignments properly and
is making every effort to correct
this fault bef ore the Michigan
game.
The Crimson players went
through a long blocking drill and
then had a long session on the
charging machine, followed by a
signal drill. Jesse Hawley, former
Dartmouth c o a c h a n d Frank
Shaughnessy, who introduced the
lateral pass at Harvard some years
ago were on the field for the sec-
ond consecutive day helping out
Horween with his duties.
As things stand now it seems
that a totaly revamped lineup will
face the Wolverines in the game
Saturday. Barry Wood whose pass-
es almost brought victory in the
game last year is not at all sure of
starting the game as Art Huguley,
veteran senior, has made rapid
strides in the last week and seem-
ingly has displaced the fast slip-
ping Wood. With Huguley in the
backfield there will probably be
Crickard, Schereschewsky, and Rec-
ord. The latter is one of the best
blocking backfield men on the team
and although not an extremely
capable runner has earned a place
in the Crimson backfield.
The line will probably have Hard-
ing and Ogden at the ends, Traf-
ford and Kales at the tackles,
Myerson and Trainer at the guards
and Captain Ticknor at center.
(Continued on P tge 7)

Howard Auer, Vassity tackle who
has been out of the lineup since
the Purdue contest, due to an in-
fected ear, apparently recovered
and has reported for work this
week. It is likely that Auer will
see action against the Crimson at
Cambridge this Saturday.
(Indiana Drilling Hard
for Wildcat Contest
(Spcial to he Daily)
BLOOMINGTON, Ind., Nov. 5.-
Defensive dummy scrimmage held
against Northwestern plays was
the substance of Indiana univers-
ity's grid practice this afternoon.
Another stiff workout will be held
tomorrow in preparation for the
Homecoming contest here Saturday
with the Purple.
The Wildcats seem to be off to
a Conference championship with
three victories and no defeats. But
Indiana has always fought harder
against Northwestern.

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