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One more team was eliminated ino
the class football series when the All-
A
dent eleven defeated the Soph lits by
a narow margin of 6 to 0. The score
is no record of the relative ability of
the two teams. The dents outplayed
and outguessed the second year men
with the -exception of the fourth
.period.
lh'F Richards played his usual sterling
game at half and gave his opponentsl
ing no tend of trouble. His broken field
and running was easily the feature of the
av- ,game. Hinkley displayed good form
the at fullback, plunging four yards, in
)ot- the first period, for the dents' only
t. score.
the Scagei at the pivot position and Toot-
I1- laff, in the backfield, performed well
omg for the Soph's.. Kahn starred at end.
'he The lineup: Dents-Naylor, 1. e.;'
[in- Weiss, 1. t.; Samuels, 1. g.; Charloff,
and 'c.; Weight;' r. g.; Hartwell, r, t.;
ins. Eldritch, r. e.; Thompson, q. b.; Han-
to na, 1. h.; Richards, r. h.; Hinkley, f. b.
im- Soph-lit's-Kahn, 1. e.; McPhee, 1.
iss- t.; Ayers, 1. g.; Scagei, c.; Crino, r.
wo ;g.; Fisher, Fitzpatrick, r. t.; Leader,
one r. e.; Haviland, q. b.; Tootlaff, 1. h.;
was Surrel, r. h.; Mathews, f. b. Referee,
the Dunceson. Umpire, Fletcher and
ar- Head linesman. Time of quarters
the eight minutes.
the
the FIRST CLASS TANK
MEET NOVEMBER 21
ost
ted Swimming enthusiasts will be giv-
to en an opportunity to witness what
ine promises to be a very good swim-
and ming meet Friday evening, Nov. 21.
ved At 8 o'clock in the evening of that
of day, the senior swimming team will
md engage in a dual meet with juniors.
This is one of the series of the reg-
me, ular interclass meets scheduled for the
the year.
td- Practice has been going on regu-
h~as larly and a marked improvement is
ilts (visible in all the teams. A picture of
nes all the tryouts was taken for the
hat Michiganensian: Despite the incon-
ed, @enience of having ,to go way down
han town' to the Y. M. C. A. for practice,
ver a large number 'have been showing
up and the prospects for a Varsity
ay. team are excellent.
de- In the meet Friday evening, the
een following men will start for the se-
md mniors: Dinmiddie, Merrilies, Robert-
gan son, and Goldsmith. The junior team
Dr. has not yet been announced but it is
nts almost certain that the following two,
Drulard and White, will start.
ere HARRIERS GROOM
Wo FOR BIG TEN RUN

ILLI1WO-S I[N RACE
FOR S1 ONR
Minnesota Clash Offers Micilgan Last
Chance to Redeei Early.
Dlisasters
WISCONSIN-CHICAGO .CONTEST
TO RIVAL OHIO STATE GAME
CONFERENCE STANDING
Team Won Lost Pet.
Ohio State .............3 0 1.000
Illinois .. . . ...5 "1 .833
Chicago ........... 4 1 .800
Iowa 2 2 .500
Iowa..........-... ...2 .0
Wisconsin ...... .....2 2 .500
Minnesota...... .....2 2 .500
Michigan ...............1 3 .250
Northwestern...........1 4 ..200,
Indiana ..0 2 .000
Purdue ........... ... 70 3 .000
(By Bob Angell)
With the final contests in the Con-
ference football race less than. a week
-away all eyes are centered on Ohio
and Illinois. The winner of Satur-
day's game a.t Columbus will be en-
titled to the undisputed championship
of the Big Ten.
That the Columbus contest will be
a scrap from start to finish isa fore-
gone conclusion. The Ohio team have
been conceded the best chance of win-
ring the Conference title ever since
its decisive defeat of the Wolverine
eleven a month ago. The . difficulty
which the Buckeye aggregation found
in subduing the Badgers last Satur-
day, however, rather lowers them in
the estimation of the critics.
Illinois Threatens
The Illinois team, on the other
hand, has been improving steadily all
season. After its defeat at the hands
of Wisconsin the Orange and Blue
came back with a vengeance and wal-
loped the proteges of both Stagg and
Yost. Coach Zuppke is a wily mentor
and it will not surprise many of the
close followers of the game to seehis
eleven down the Ohioans in the com-
ing battle.
Chicago has a chance of taking sec-
ond position. This can only come
about by an Illinois defeat at the
hands of Ohio and a Maroon victory
over the strong Badger eleven this
Saturday. Unless both of these come,
to pass the Stagg eleven will end'
the season in third place.
Close orr Chicago's heels come Wis-
consin, Minnesota and Iowa. All

chance of finishing in fourth place.
Moreover, two of them are bound to
come out tied no matter how the Sat-
urday games result.
Michigan is next on the list with
Northwestern close behind. Indiana
and. Purdue are well in the cellar.',
Badgers Face Maroons
The.Clicagp.Wisconsin battle should
he very nearly -as . strenuoua; as the
title tilt at Columbus. Although the
Badgers do not' stand as high as
'Stagg' aggregation' they ate.a olf'sid-
ered just as strong. The defeat -of
the Badgers at the hands of Minne-
sota was a great surprise to all the
critics andit is -to be put down as
more .of a. trick of fate than anything
else. 'Dhat Minnesota is really weaker
than the Badgers is almost a certainty..
The Michigan contest with -Minne-
sota is' tie Wolverines' last chance to
make the season anything other than a
complete failure. On the other hand
Minnesota's standing in the race will
be very little affected by a defeat:-Sat-
urday. If she loses she will have to
accept fifth position instead of a tie
for fourth.
Looking back over the season it has
been one of the most curious in the
history of Conference football. Early
in the fall it' was thought that the
,0. S. U.-Michigan game would de-
d (Continued on Page Six)

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Jack and Tom and Harry get
to bL very dull chaps, indeed, if
they believe in all work and no
play.
Men who want to keep their
minds keen and their wits
sharp, know that they must play
to keep fit for the terrificsstrain
of modern life.
If your "prof" is wise he will
heartily approve of your play-
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three of thes3 teams have won two
and lost two. All three have an equal

,

Farrell began yesterday to
hill and dale men for the
ce cross country champion-
e which will be held at Co-
1is Saturday. The defeat a't
s of the Illinois harriers has
red to spur the Wolverines to
dfforts.
a teams have been entered
race. Purdue,'lowa, Illinois,
n, Chicago, Ohio State, Mich-
nnesota, Oberlin, Michigan
and the University of Cin-
e going to compete. This is
dingly large field and there
al men running of exception-
*The team which can emerge
ner of this meet will meet
ong opposition.
has entered 13 wmen so as
e to be able to take his best
Columbus. Besides the team
an at Illinois consisting of
ler, Schimmel, Earle, Pen-
Foseph and, Maynard, Farrell
led i' the names of Purcell,
eDouglass, Larson, Wheeler,

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Today works will be begun from
the Ferry' field, club diouse. Steve
thinks that the course which he will
send the men over from that start-
ing point will be more similar to the
course at Columbus than the Geddes
avenue route.
OFFICIAL STANDING WILL BE
'GIVEN 'ICHIGAN SOCCER TEAIN

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Determination, study, Vigor, practice are the things that count in football.
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o'clock Tues-
hv Ferry field
in the inter-
The time of
ed 'to 10 min-
Ip tilt.
pecial Officer
.cluding P. G.
tor, were ap-
meeting last
feld. The men

The strong showing of Michigan's
soccer team in its first game makes it
absolutely certain that this sport will
be made official within the next. few
days. The game played with Ypsilanti
last Saturday was informal but the
next contest with this, .neighboring
school which will probably be a week
from next Saturday will be played as
one of a regularly scheduled series.
.Practices will be held all this week
at Ferry field. Men desirous of play-
ing should report either today,
Thursday, or Friday at 3 o'clock. The
team as it appeared last Saturday was
exceedingly strong but there is still a
chance for it to be strengthened if
men with experience turn out.

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