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grueling fight which Grlnncll is ox
pecting. Our mon will put nil their
onergy into this game, evon tho thoy
mny bo outclassed. Secret practiso
has boon the ordor this weok.
Tho llno-up of tho team with statis
tics for each man follows:
Center G. O. Sparks of Lynvlllo,
Iowa. Weight, 170 pounds. First
yeiar on 'Varsity. Guard on 1906
freshman eleven. Ho is light for tho
position, but Is consistent in passing
Right Guard D. B. Campboll of
Goator, South Dakota. 'Weight, 190
poundd. Socond year on the 'Varsity.
Is tho heaviest man on tho team.
Right Tackle William Zeiglor of
Goldfleld, Iowa. Weight, 180 pounds.
'First year on tho 'Varsity. Ho wuh
fullback on 1900 freshman team.
Right End H. R.. McCarty of Em
metsburg, Iowa. Weight, 140 pounds.
Second year on 'Vorpity. Fast and
Loft Guard L. G. Pierce, of Grin
nell, Iowa. Weight, 180 pounds. Third
year on 'Varsity. Old Grlnncll high
school star. He was a guard on tho
All Stato team of 1906.
Left Tackle B. D. Hartson of Ot
tumwa, Iowa. Weight, 165 pounds.
Third year on 'Varsity. Ho is light,
but is very level headed.
Left End J. W. Flanagan of Clin
ton, Iowa. "Weight, 150 pounds. Third
year on 'Varsity. He is on old Clin
ton high school player. Exceedingly
fast on running down punts and in
passing tho ball.
Quarter H. L. Brundago of Kala
mazoo, Michigan. Weight, 150 pounds.
First on 'Varsity. He was quarter
back op the 1906 freshman team. Ho
Is a good field general.
Right Half W. C. Bleamoster of
Clinton, Iowa. Weight 165 pounds.
Ho Is captain and this is his fourth
year on tho 'Varsity. Ho Is tho main
stay of tho team.
Loft Half C. iV. Balr of Des
Moines, Iowa. Weight," 15)3 pounds.
This is his second year on tho 'Var
sity. An old West Des Moines high
school star. Is very fast.
Full Back E. S. Tumor of Turner,
Iowa. Wolght, 185 pounds. First
year on 'Varsity. An old high school
star. He was full back on 'tho 1906
Tho- substitutes are:
Line R. H. Garner, G. A. McBrath
and H. W. Rico.
Back Field H. A. Marshall and Wil
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crecy as long as all of thorn fn tho
west do the same, But it is about
time for all of the coaches to aboliBh
Dr. Hutchins, the Wisconsin coach,
stated the other day that tho Badgers
hereafter would have open practiso;
that spies would not bo employed, and
that any who desired could Bee the
Wisconsin team nt its daily work. This
is fhe opening-wedge, and It is now up
to the other leaders.
THE t JEWEL
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Harriet B. Towne, '94, spent tho
summer traveling in Europe. ' She re
sumes her work in the Lincoln High
School with renewed enthusiasm.
Miss Grace Bridge, '95, head of tho
Latin department of the Lincoln high
school, is spending, this semester In
Europe on a leave of absence.
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