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Y It was less than a foot from the line,
of white
ter And a couple of plays to go,j
And the experts expertly said: "Good
Night!"
Here endeth the whole darn show."
They slammed a wallop of wondrous
might
And the rooters rose to roar,
re But when the old pigskin was brought
ty to light
til It was right where it was before.!
the
nd Again they slammed like a tidal wave
cd As it wallops a rockbound shore,
a But the goldarn pigskin wouldn't be-
ful have
For it lay where it was before. 1
ed
h- My heart went out to the men of
end Yost
ire And I loved them from that time on,j
he 'Though the .rest of their playing was
to naught to boast
As it seemed as their pep was gone.
)n-
Ye I doh't care a whoop how the game
n- came out,
ier . But it warmed this heart of mine,
is For it gave me something to writel
)Ut aboutyx
W:t When they held on the six-inch

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--George Phair in the
Chicago Herald-Examiner.
IFERENCE NEWS

>ta Ilinois
in Urbana, Nov. 11.-"Wallop the Wol
-es verines"' is the slogan that Illinois
h- has adopted for the week. The defeat
ck, ref Michigan will put' the Illini team
rd in a position to claim the Conference
up title if they are victorious in the game
'er with Ohio State Nov. 22.
He Coach Bob Zuppke announced that
nd all of the men on the team emerged
as fom the Minnesota game in good con-'
we dition, the first time this year that
en one of the games has not laid up a
a few of the stars. Barring injuries,
y- the lineup that started the game last
im Saturday will be the team that takes
Pp, the field for Illinois the rest of the

fact that Che . Wile did not start
his star back, Harley, indicates that
the Ohio mentor did not take the game
seriously. The fact that he had to
put him in in order to score shows
the kind of game that Purdue played.
Wisconsin plays will be given to
the Varsity by the freshmen in prac-
tice this week in preparation for the
,Wisconsin game. Coach Wilce is not
,taking the Badger tilt lightly, as Wis-
consin has a powerful team and the
two weeks' rest should put the men
in good condition for the game.
FINALS IN TENNIS
TAKE PLACE TODAY
Play in the fall tennis tournament
has at last advanced to the final round
in both singles and doubles. Yester-
day, Bowers and Creedon eliminated
Riley and Doty in the semi-final round
of the doubles. The score after the
first set was rather one-sided. The
final reckoning was 6-3, 6-0. This en-
titles Bowers add Creedon to meet
Borinstein and Kelsey in th finals.
Today's schedule will wind up the
tournament. The finals in both events
take place this afternoon. Stephens
hnd Cole will fight it out in the singles
,at 2:15 o'clock. This match should be
bitterly contested. At 2:30 o'clock
Bowers and Creedon will play Bounn
stein and Kelsey for the doubles
title. The final round in both events
is the best three out of five sets.
MORE ENTRIES WANTED FOR
CLASS CROSS COUNTRY RACE
Only 20 entries for the interclass
cross country race have been received
so far at the athletic association. This
is less than was expected and it is
hoped that more will enter in the
next day or so. It has been decided
to hold the race at 11 o'clock Satur-
day morning instead of Saturday aft-
ernoon as was announced at first. The
reason for the change was that many
are desirous of watching the returns
of the footbll game in the afternoon.
The course for the race will be
about three miles long. The runners
will start at Volland. street and will
proceed out Geddes street to the
boulevard. From here on all the
turns are to the left, the course fol-
lowng the boulevard to the Michi-
gan Central railroad tracks and then
up to Glen avenue. The race will fin-
ish at the same-point as it began, the
goal being at 414th and Volland streets.
SEVEN TEAMS ENTERED IN
FRATIERNL<TY PIGSKIN LEAGUE
An interfraternty football league
is being organized and already seven
teams have entered. It seems cer-
tain that the league plans wilI go
through as only eight teams - re need-
ed to assure it.
The fraternities entered are Sigma
Phi Epsilon, Alpha Sigma Phi, Delta
Upsilon, Sigma Nu, Alpha Delta Phi,
Phi Kappa Sigma, and Delta Kappa
Epsilon.
Copper Country Club tickets will he
on sale in the main corridor of U-Hall
from 1 to 3, Wednesday.-Adv. ,*
The Michigan Daily, delivered to
your door daily except Monday, $3.50
a year.-Adv...

AND PERRIN STAR
VICTORS IN HARD
CONTEST

In one of the most Interesting and
bitterly fought contests of the in-
terclass football series the senior lits
defeated the sophomore engineers, 7-0.
The two teams were fairly evenly
matched, but superior forward passing
won the contest for the seniors, who
possessed a more edxperienced back-
field, which carried the brunt of the
work of defeating the strong engineer
team. The score came early in the
game when two forward passes from
Dunn to Perrin brought the ball to
within a few yards of the goal line for
the lits. A few seconds later Dunn
went over the line for the only touch,-
down of the game.
Sophomore Line Strong
'he sophomores had a strong,
scrappy line but the inability of the
team to complete more than one for-
ward pass lost the game for them.
Due to the superiority of the engi-
neer line Simmons was able to make
repeated gains on line plilnges, as
did also Ronan and Page. Hobi at
right tackle' for this team was a bul-
wark in the line both on offense and
defense, while Hobbs and Robens also
starred.
For the winning eleven Dunn and
Perrin were the main stars, but Funk
and Zapp deserve a great deal of cred-
it for playing well on defense.
Winners to Meet Laws
This victory for the senior lits puts
them in the finals of the interclass
leagu e. They will imeet the laws, the
only other cndefeated eleven, next
Tuesday.
The lineups for the teams were as
follois:
Sophomore engineers-L.e., Hobbs;
1.t., Benson; 1.g., Rosenfield, Gilbert;
c., Van Dusen; r.g., Linder; r.t.,.Hobi;
r.e., Robbins; q., Page; l.h., Simmons;
r.h.,. Rjonan; f. Miller.
Senior lits-L.e., Funk; 1.t., Olson;
Telfer; l.g., McAlpin, Millian; c.,
Zapp; r.g., Lakochelle; r.t., Bacon; r.
e., Borinstein, Gamble, Anderson; q.,
Dunn; l.h., Perrin; r.h., Walker; f.
Messner.
INTERCLASS SCHEDULE
Wednesday
Dents vs. senior engineers.
Thursday '
Sophomore lits vs. sophomore eng-
ineers.
PROF. WATERMAN TO SPEAK
ON SEMITIC SONGS IN DETROIT
Prof. Leroy Waterman, head of the
semitics department in the Unver-.
pity, is to deliver 'an address on Wed-
nesday, Nov. 12, before the Young
People's, auxiliary of Shaarey Zedek In
,Detroit. His subject will deal with
"Songs of the North." Professor Wat-
erman is an authority on the subject
of semitics.
Women's League Gives Party Friday
The Women's league will give its
weekly party at 4 o'clock Friday aft-
ernoon in Barbour gymansium.
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rwards handled the plays in this
and in the one with Illinois.
efense of the Staggteam was
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Minnesota
Minneapolis, Nov. 11.-Inability of
the backfield to block the long pass
that was burled from Walquist to
Carney ended the Gopher champion-
ship dreams. The fast Illini backs
found it impossible to gain any ground
through the Minesota line, ;but man-
aged to score -on passes. Defense
against the pass will be Dr. Williams'
work for the week. The pass was
again used to get the ball in posi-
tion for, Ralph Fletcher to boot over
the winning points.. After this Min-
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In the old colony days, bowl-,
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The out-door play-ground,
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