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tinguished himself .as one of the in-
dividual stars of the game. His ag-
gressiveness on, offense and defense
formed a main asset in the law vic-1
tory. Freeman at left tackle and
Kendall at the same right position;
furthered the protection of the plung-

s up :iar!
Hands of
Fresh

Plays In

,. .

KICKING ONE
OF AFTERNOON

,With but a single practice session
left before th'e Chicago battle, 'Coaph
Yost again gave his varsity football
squad a hard/ workout Wednesday.
The interesting feature of the aft-
ernoon's drill was the work against
the freshmen. The yearlings were
given the ball and instructed to use
the Maroon plays agaist the Varsity
line which opopsed them. Most of
these plays started from the elabor-
ate shift formations 'which the Chi-
cagoanseuse. Yost wanted to get his
line used to these shifts before the
start Saturday so that his men would
not be taken off theirfeet by them
at the outset of the game. Once un-
dersood, the plays are not difficult to
fathom nor especially hard to break
up. The first string linemen seemed
to be able to meet the shift attack
! in good shape after a little practice.
Dunne Kicking Well
Earlier Jn the afternoon Duke

ing backs.
For the medics, Culver and Adams
loomed in a vain effort to stave off
defeat. The work of this pair may,
be taken as a single reason for as low,
a score as did result. Kerwin at
quarter showed up as the most ef-
fective backfield man on the losing
team.
Lineups
Laws--Welfe, 1. e.; Freeman, Lt.;
Paley, Shields, 1. g.; Phillips, c.;
Purce, Planck, r. g.; Kendall, r. f.;
Brown, r. e.; Johnson, q. b.; Dalton,
1. h.; Kane, r. h.; Cohn, Miller, f. b.
Medics-Culver, 1. e.; Foste'r, 1. t.;
Wright, 1. g.; Kudner, c.; Joseph,
Pearson, r. g.; Adams, r. t.; Stinson,
Ireland, r. e.; Ker win, q. b.; Hirk,
Duemling, 1. h.; Towsley, r. h.; Cor-
coran, Moore, f. b.
Games Thursday
Junior Lits vs. Dents.
LUL9 RUN FEITURE OF-U
'201LIT WIN fROM '20K

tIIIUIIIUnIII RIIUUUI. .
INTEREST ATJLLINI
November 15 is "State-Day" and One
of Biggest Games at
Urbana
BOTH TEAMS STILL IN RACE
FOR CONFERENCE GRID TITLE
Urbana, Nov. 6.-When Illinois and
Michigan clash on Illinois field at
Champaign-Urbana on Saturday, Nov.
15, there will be many local repre-
sentatives on the big stands at the
state university's arena. For the game
will be one of the most important
played in the west this year.
Heretofore the IlIlinois home-com-
ing game has been the most promin-
ent on the Illinois schedule: But it
is principally an alumni affair with
more or less uncertainty to the
chances of others to obtain seats.
Therefore it has been decided to
schedule two'big games a year and
the second occasion has been chris-

Wet courts postponed play in the
all-campus tennis tournament one
more day. Recent snows and rains
left the courts quite thoroughly soak-
ed. By this afternoon. they should
have dried sufficiently to allow play
to continue. The cement court was
dry yesterday but no one showed up.
Players Who are still in the fourth
round should play off their matches
on this court in case the clay is still
wet.
Today's schedule will complete the
semi-final round in both singles and
doubles. Weather permitting, the fin-
als in both events will be played Fri-
dayt The fourth round in the sin-
gles brings together Christie and Cole.
The winner, directly after completing
this match, will oppose Reindel in the
semi-final round. Angell and Stephens
will continue with their match which
now stands at 11 games all.
The doubles event calls for the, fol-
lowing matches: Riley and Doty meet
Burley and Munger, the winner to
play Bowers and Creedon in the semi-
finals. The other half is already down
to the finals.
STAGG THREATENS SHA&UP
OF SLOW VARSITY FORWARDS
Chicago, Nov. 6.--Coach Stagg gave
the varsity a long-scrimmage against
the freshmen yesterday, in an at=
tempt to get more drive into his backs
and shake the weights from the feet
of the linemen. The Midway mentor
told his men yesterday that they were
as active as cigar store Indians, and
unless the miserable ; exhibition- of
slow charging was rectified there
would be wh'olesale shakeup in the
'forward wall.

in townL ar ti epep meeting last night
and are directing the plays of the
team for the Michigan game. The last
bunch of tickets have been put on,
sale, leaving only a few in the Michi-
gan section, and some in the tempor-
ary bleachers not taken.
Indiana Halts Fresh with Purple Plays
Bloomington, Nov. 6.-The first
year men ran rings around the var-

,-

I rest of the so
drove through
15 minutes, a
rial gain on t
squad. Capta
lured, and m,
urday. Quart
so out and F,

Suiting Your
c~~BeThakfu1 tha0;ou0
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OfrV4 hank

tened "State Day" in honor
people of the state. -
Fans Proud of Team
Naturally the residents" of
whether alumni of the state
sity or not, are proud of the,
of its football team and this

of the
Illinois
univer-
success
is even

It takes time to make a good I
Suit if you intended to buy of
comming party season better p
order now.

his

nine was practicing place-kicking
I the distance and accuracy which
racterized his work made Yost
up and take notice. It seems al-
st certain that on the strength of
booting yesterday Dunne will do
kicking-off from now on. It will
o be an invaluable aid to the team
)unne can kick them -over the bar
.sistently from ground the 40-yard
rker. Several possible field goals
e been missed already this seaspn
ause there was no one who could
relied on to boot the ball over from
t distance.
'he'larger part of the practice was
oted to the usual drill in block-
passing, kicking, and signals. The
ent of the colder weather seems
have put a pep into the men that
y have lacked hitherto. The re-
t is that the workouts are much
re spirited tljan they have been
1 thenteam is showing more im-
>vement than at any time this sea-

ENGINEERS

UNABLE
FAST LIT
$ACKS

,

TO HOLDI

Many Rooters Going
It is certain that the eleven will.
not lack supporters when the referee
blows his whistle Saturday. - From
ptesent indications all the regular
trains beside the specials will be
crowded- to their capacity by the exo-
dus of Wol erine enthusiasts to t he
Windy city.
.chi'cago Confident
Reports emanating from the Mid-
way sch ol :;em to indicate that the
Maroons are fairly confident of vic-
tory. The Miclyigan team is not de-
luding itself, however, by ny hopes
of overconfidence on the part of
Stagg's men. The Wolverines realize
that.the defeat which Illinois handed
Chicago last -week was just what the
Maroons needed to make them enter
this Saturday's -. game in a fighting
mood. No one doubts but that t he
contest will be hard-fought from start
to finish, something which is almost
invarpably true when Stagg and Yost
oppose each other. The ancient riv-
alry between the 'two veteran coaches
of the Big Ten is not dead by any
means and the game Saturday will
only serve to strengthen it.

Opening up at the start of the sec-
and half, the senior. lits scored two
touchdowns and chased the fourth
year anvil pounders to coer with a
final count of 13 to 0.
'Although play in the first section of
the game favored the lits, the engi-
neering delegation produced the fight
required to hold the opponents score-
less and assumed the offense them-
selves 'on severalsoccasions.
Perrin Scors Frst
Shortly after .the whistle starting
the third period, Jack Dunn ntercept-
ed a bbilei naker pass and 'raced to
the 10 yard line, Where Storrer by a
brilliant tackle prevented further ad-
vance. On the next play Perrin cross-
ed the line for the first lit touchdown.
The goal was :missed.
Following close on the heels of the
play which made the- first. score pos-
-sible, Dunn broke through the engi-
neer line for a second gain which
epdangered the boilermaker goal- and
Perrin repeated his previous perform-
ance in, completing the distance. Hav~-
ing obtained some valuable advice
1ron\ the Sidelines Perrin placed the
resultant kick between the posts.
More tallies were threatened during the
remainder of the quarter but fumbles
prevented their realization.
Lit Backs Strong
Funk. at right half for the senior lits
came forward as one of the brightest
offensive and defensive cogs in the
victorious machine. Dunn -and Per-
rin co-operated successfully for runs
that nade points auid Messner gained
Zapp at center for the literary eleven,
advantages of Steve Farrell's train-
ing. McAlpin and Bagon stopped the
hostile attack in good shape whe
Zapp at center for the literary eleven
continued the consistency which has
marked his work of fie season. .
Haigh, of the, engineers capered
gracefully behind the line and saved
the day for his teammates in several
pinches by effective use of the kick.
Moulthrop and Clark at halves added
territory and the latter showed equal
strength on the defense. Storrer ran
his eleven smoothly in spite of the
odds and fought a game losing bat-
tle.
In result of this victory the senior
lits will advance to the semi-finals,
'where they will dispute the sogh en-
gineers for a chance at the laws in
the final round.
Senior lits-Keck, 1. e.; McAlpin,
'Mililon, 1. t.; La Rochelle, 1. g.; Zapp,
c.; Matusky, Hahn, r. g.; Bacon, Ra-
coosi%, r. t.; Olson, Borinstein, r. e.;
Dunn, q.; Perrin, 1. h.; Funk, r. h.
Messner, f. b.
Senior engineers - Goodale, 1. e.;
Shea, L. t.; Marson,-Schulz, 1. g.; Glat-
zel, c.; Beath, r. g.; Dubuque, r. t.;
Anderson, Buck, r. e.; Storrer, q.
Clark, 1. h.; Moulthrop, r. h.; Haigh,
f. b.
Touchdowns-Perrin 2. Goals from
touchdown-Perrin.
Two Daily Drills for Northwestern
Evanston, }Nov. 6.-Two hours of
signal drill in the afternoon, follow-
ed by the same amount of chalk talk
and walking practice in the evening,
is the program in preparation for the
hard Iowa game Saturday. This plan
will prevail for the rest of-the week.
The freshmen will be sent against the
varsity, using the best of the Iowa
plays.

more the case when a team from an-
other state invades the state camp.
Accordingly a general invitation
to the people of the state has been
extended, with the assurance that
there will be seating accommoda-
tions for even the latest comers.
Illinois field now holds 18,000 persons.
Ilini Powerfu
,Illinois demonstrated its power
when it conquered so decisively the
strong University of Chicago eleven.
At - once the Illini sprang into
prominence as contenders for, the
championship, which they possess as
victors in the 1918 race.
But Michigan is not to be lightly
reckoned"with. The Wolverines have
great resource. They are never licked
until the whistle blows. They scored
two touchdowns on Northwesternin
the last fifteen minutes of play. That's
why Illinois is bracing itself for the
greatest tussle of the season.,
High Interest In Gre
There are indications hat the Mich-
igan game will rival tl e home-com-
ing. cotst in interest. Already the
Rotary clubs of the state are ordering
tickets and other organizations will
follow suit.
While eve last minute rooters can
be suretof accommodations on the J
stands, to assure the best. locations
mall orders can be sent to George
Huff, Gymnasium, Urbana, Ill. Prices
ranging from $1.50 to $2 and $2.50 for
reserved seats.
An aviator from the Detroit Avia-
tion Co., will be here Saturday and
Sunday, Nov. 7th and 8th, for the pur-
pose of taking up passengers. For
information call Mr West at 371 before
Thursday, Nov. 6th--Adv.
Comfort has been embodied in.styl-
ish Foot-wear when you wear-Craw
ford shoes. Sold at the Davis ?Tog-
gery Shoppe, 119 S. Main St.-Adv.
Why are Berg hats like a Rolls-
Royce? Because they are distinctivel3
individual. Buy them at the Davis
Toggery Shoppe, 119 S. Main St.-Adv
Tickets for the Packard Friday and
Saturday dances are on sale at Sug.
den's.-Adv. -
1
Worry Your Head Off
If You Want To
4-but if you're wise, you'll -forget all
your worries after school hours. a
Shake off your troubles when the whistle
blows and you shut up your desk for th
day. Come to HUSTON BROS. and play
a few games of billiards.
No game ever invented gives more pleas
ure and nothing is more restful than an
hour or so spent over a billiard table.
HUSTON BROS.
Billiards and Bowling, Cigars
and Candies. Cigarettes & Pipes.
- "We try to treat you Right"

I. Karl
604 Liberty Street, East

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, N one way, at least, smoking is
exactly like eating.
The more rich and delicious a
certain food is, the more care people
take to avoid eating too much of
it--for instance, plum pudding or
candy. -
The same rule applies to smoking.
Cigar smokers, for example, are
today more careful -to avoid too
many rich, heavy Havanas. (In fact,
more and more cigar smokers now
smoke cigarettes too, to help cut
down the number of cigars.)
In the same may, cigarette smokers
are learning that Turkish tobacco,
delicious as it is, is so over-rich or
heavy that a man can easily smoke
too much of it.
But they are learning also that,
instead of cutting down the number
of cigarettes per day, they can cut
down on the proportion of Turkish
in each cigarette.

Perhaps this is the main rf
why so many smokers of str
Turkish cigarettes keep swit(
to Fatimas.
Less worry about
"too many"
ANOTHER reason undoubte
the fact that Fatimas
smokers so kindly. The Turk
so perfectly, "balanced" by the
. tobaccos in tlre, blend that F
smokers never have any worry
smoking "too many."

* * *

T any rate, whatever
may be, Fatima keep
ing more and more of th
who, if they preferred
expensive, straight Tu
rettes, could easily affor
This is shown, of
Fatima's record in havi
top notch in sales at so i
fashionable clubs and
other prominent places i
country,

the

VY LAW TEAM
INS FROM MEDICS
efeating the medic eleven, 26
a one sided affair yesterday
4, the law .football team qual-
the championship round of the
interclass series.
ig Lhe jump early in the game,
tors made. k law proposition
the entire match. The scull
ssbone aggregation which had
ned a clean slate previously,
d helpless aTid demoralized be-
e heavy legal onslaught. Re-
fumbles combined with gro-
attempts at forward passing
he strength of the gawbone of-
nd made the dectors easy prey
'ic ous legal talent,
Dohn Counts Three Times
contributed three of the four
wns chalked up by the win-
'various periods of the scrap
ked two of the four possible
The fourths crossing of the
line was accomplished by
who intercepted a hostile pass
mpered half the length of the
r his six noints.

How to reduce on
Turkish

THEYcan dothis byswitching from
straight Turkish to part Turkish,
or "Turkish blend," cigarettes.
The first Turkish blend cigarette
ever made'-=and the one which has
always held first-rank importance-
is Fatimp.
Fatima contains more Turkish
than does any other Turkish blend
cigarette.-

How much.
-is "just enough"?
DOES not Fatima's record se
prove that this is the, one
rette containing just enough Tu
Not too much nor too little Tui
but just enough. Make a te
yourself.

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20 for 23 cents

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