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man backfield man whose.
perfect.

U I I UIL
a Game, in

mester here. Brannan completed the
course in 14:40, which time would
easily gain hima berth on the var-
sity team if, he were eligible.
Cavendish, Vandevisse, and Griffin,
who finished second, third, and fifth,
respectively, are all members of the
class of 1923. All these men will form
excellent material for a winning cross
country ,team next year as they cob-
pleted the course in fast time, con-
sidering that the 2.6 miles lay large-,
ly over hilly land.
CONFEENCE MEET NEXT
FOR DISTANE RUNNERS
FARRELL'S SQUAD LEAVES FOR
COLUMBUS FRIDAY MORN.
ING

the last
were out
instilling
.even. In
ae years
er, while
ging full-
ng large-
lich the
istered on

Coach Farrell's cross country pro-
ieman, was teges leave for the Conference meet at
it was al- Columbus Friday morning at 7:25.
'arance, al- o'clock. They arrive at Columbus at
The Daily 2:15 o'clock in the afternoon, which
of George will give the men ample time to go
aruesday. over the course. The coach is taking
are expect- seven men. In order that he teams
today. The r.ay witness the football-game between;
he way of Illinois and Ohio State in the after=
extremely noon, the meet will take place in the
ration that morning. Seats have been reserved
even more. for the visiting teams.
air time to This year has marked the active re-
what they turn to a cross country tean at the
iardly help University. Before coming back to
gridders. the Conference,fCoach Farrell could
esday secure no outside competition and as
e Varsity's a result this sport was not fostered.
the usual Since taking its place among the Big
n charging Ten, however, the men have gone after
.emen and this sport with determination. They
e backfield, have worked hard and although no
solving the champions have been developed, a
the fresh- steam which can hold its own has re-

Chicago, Nov. 19.-Weighing town
of the feet is not confined to the
training of race horses only. From re-
'ports that come from Chicago the ven-
erable Pat Page, All-fresh coach of
the Maroon school, has resorted to this
extremely cruel and barbaric method
to. compel one of the backfield men
in his yearling outfit to take a longer1
stride. When Pat. noticed the choppy
stride the youngster was taking he
gently called him. aside and tied a
six pound. weight- to -each.. of the
youth's pedal. extremities;. After mak-
ing this back. run a .half. mile Pat re-
moved the-fetters 'and in- the scrim-
.3 - .
Worry Your Head Off
If YoI Want To
-but if you're wise, you'll forget all
yout worries after school hours.
Shake off your troubles when, the whistle
blows and you shut up your desk for the,
day. Come to HUSTON BROS. and play
a few games of billiards.
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Ralph Fletcher May Play Saturday
Urbana, Nov. 19.-Ralph Fletcher,
star of the Illini backfield, appeared
on the field today and limped through
signals, though he was not in uni-
form. It is hoped that he will be
in condition to do some drop and
place kicking in the game with Ohio,

shpbatelihlms'Study
b y

Scrimmage with the fresh using the
Ohio plays did, not last long, and was
'replaced by dummy practice, which
,will prevail for the rest of the week.
This style of drill is about as good as
the usual scrimmage, and is not likely
to injure players. Illinois has had
bad luck in losing good players at cru-
cial moments this year, and Coach
Zuppke is not running the risk of

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mark. The team is in excellent phys-
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Coach Farrell is greatly pleased
with the interest which has been man-
ifested in the hill and dale sport this
year. He is certain that within a
short time this event will occupy a
place of major interest on the campus.

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tATERNITIES OPEN
GRIDIRON LEAGUE

it oi Standing out among the three in-
a ex- terfraternity football ganes that were
played Wednesday, was the contest
fore- between the Sigma Nu and Sigma Al-
He is pha Epsilon fraternities, won by the
trious former, 7 to 2.
>etter Jack Dunn and Bailey, in the back-
btain- field, were the stars of the game, tear-
le as ing long runs through the line. Hume
i and i the line was too difficult for the
e ex- losers to get around. Hobbs and Ben-
that son, in the line, and Kerr and Bell,
Vick in the backfield, were the best per-
e can formers for the: losing eleven.
e two After a steady advance up the field,
r any a forward pass, Dunn to Fletcher, put
alver, the ball over the line for the oily
n are counter. Dunn was thrown behind his
Oe is line when his center passed badly,
,rson, and Referee Usher awarded the Sig-
amels ma Nu's ' a safety. I
te. Phi Kappa Sigma defeated Lambda
S Shi Alpha 12 to 0,' in a game with-
ither. out any real features. Anderson's 60
e al- yard run for a touchdown was the
emke, only item of interest. The remainder
work- of thegae was steady with neither
It is team outplaying the ojher.
1 un- Waterworth, Anderson, Watts, and
will Earl Cress were the stars of the game,
thing all playing well for the winning team.
that Spaulding and Ross stood out for the
best losers.
aerial In the final game of the day, Delta
ility,Chi romped over Theta Xi, 28 to 0,
Mich- in a game featured by numerous for-
ward passes. Two of these long heav--
his is es resulted in the receiver getting
sea-. away for runs of more than 50 yards
to the goal line.
rone
d the Wirt madethe first score of the
d the game on the initial play, running
tbat around left end for a touchdown.
bring Thereafter, however, the Theta Xi
rigoutfit took a brace and held their op-
ponents till the end of the third quart-
er. Then the Delta Chi eleven opened
:E up with a series of passes that were
SCE too much for the losers.
Tyne, Reason, and Tarbell starred
for the losers, while Meese, Wirt, Ky-,
cross ser, Storz, and Laurie did the best
Sat- work for the winners.

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