Art Oakes and Mal McTernen may receive first call at the two wingback berths against the Tiger, if Monday afternoon signal lineups can be considered reliable forcasts of probable Saturday starters.
Hard running and tackling, promise of potent passing possibilities are responsible for Oakes' advance to first team rating. Although he played less than half of the Dartmouth game, his performance against the Indians was easily the best turned in by any of the wingbacks who got into the game.
Both Wilson and Struck will probably remain among the starters, and there are no changes likely in the line.
Don Daughters, Sophomore end who started the Army game, has been converted into a wingback, and ran signals yesterday with the B team alternating with George Ford. Due to an injury suffered in scrimmage last Monday, Daughters was out all last week.