rDi 1V _
White, and the Perrin brothers turn-
ed the tide for the victors. Jack
Perrin at quarter and George at end
participated in all gains while Car-
ter and White chased over the win-
nai worKout before the meet,
, Coach Farrell ran his hill
squad through a light prac-
rsday. The team tqok it easy
hort jaunt of two and one-
es. The course was on the
Ferry field and was merely
up the joints.
the men are'feeling good and
:cellent physical shape. They
t make a good showing for
es. As. the major part of the
t Columbus is over grass, the
the five miles should be quite
Farrell left with his squad
men at 7:25 o'clock this
na, Nov. 20.-Mohr will prob-
en the game against Ohio in-
.f Lifvendahl, the latter going
e, game in the third period.
Fletcher brought joy to the
campus by appearing in un-
.nd practicing drop and place
Coach Zuppke may not use
great deal in the Ohio game,
will probably go in long enough
IV uiJI ILL UMIII iin iia.
TEAMS DEFEATED BY LAWYERS
TO DECIDE SECOND
Although the Laws are holders of
the campus football. championship,
a second rating in the race has not
been decided. The Dents and the Se-
nior lits will fight for this honor to-
day on south Ferry field.
The legal team defeated the dental
aggregation in the opening round of
the schedule 20 to 7, and wrested the
title 'from the '20 Lits in the final
contest last Monday by the meager
score of -6 to,,)'. The dope, there-
fore, favors the literary eleven if the
scores against the lawyers count for,
Dentists Come Back
It may seem curious to some that
the ,Dents' who were put out of the
title race, in their first game should
now be contesting for second hon-
ors. This is explained by the fact that
Coach Mitchell decided to run off a
series of consolation games for those
who were eliminated i;n the first
round., The Dents have proved them-
selves the best team in this latter
class byvictories over the Jnior
lits and Senior engineers, and are
hence going to meet the Senior lits
for second honors.
Neither team has been scored on
except ly the Laws. Besides the
games with the Laws both teams have
played the Senior engineers and, curi-
ously enough, the Dents won 26 to
0 as compared to the 13 to 0 score
run up by the Lits. This indicates
that perhaps the dental eleven is the
stronger of the two despite their
scores against the Laws. At any rate
this afternoon's contest should prove
one of: the hardest fought in the in-
ARE YOU INTERESTED in the
WELFARE OF YOUNG MEN?
Play is as necessary as york.
Any game which is interesting
enough to afford real Re-crea-
tion is a . beneficial game, pro-
vided it is played amid clean,
Most young men prefer games
like billiards for their leisure
hours. If you are interested in
the welfare of young men; you
are invited to visit our billiard
parlors as often as you wish.
You will find that :this is a
place of clean sport, where
gambling, profanity and other
undesirable elements are abso-
Billiards and Bowling, Cigars
and Candies. Cigarettes & Pipes.
"We try to treat you Right"
Miller at half and
'We Invite Your Ii,
Phi Delta Theta fell before Theta the middle of the fle
Chi, 6 to 0, in a spcond match of the Theta Chi with its
day. Leader at quarterback crossed ' ter.
the line for the winning touchdown (Continued on
:We are showing a beautiful
~ fancy pure silk shirts and
r pongees pith collar to ma
T 1 <7*
p was thumped on. the
eriously hurt. He will
n at the start of the1
State Street at the A rcade
owa City, Nov. 20.-The freshmen
d the, Ames formation in practice
ay, but the Varsity had no trouble'
breaking up the plays with great
ularity. Signals and a few ex-
imental plays completed the pro-
hicago, Nov. 20.-Cole, ineligible
the last two games, has succeed-
in lifting the ban and will get into
game with Wisconlsin Saturday.
may not start the game, as Hutch-
on, former sub back, has been
ying so well that he will have first
I on the position. A long signal
l was followed by a demonstration
the Badger plays with a dummy.
ere has been no rough work for
Maroons this week, as Coach Stagg
ires them to be at top form, .and
condition for the game.
lvanston, Nov. 20.-Three coaches
ninteen regulars left for the East
the Rutgers game Thursday.
rning.', The team will open the
ne the same lineup that started
nformation' regarding numerous
s officers has not yet been re-
ed by the student council. Carl
nson, '20, president of the coun-
requests that the following offi-
see that he receives their name,
s, position held, address and phone
Richards Rials Dunn
Richards, the dental fullback, has
starred for that team consistently. He
will have to shine his best today, how-
ever, to shadow Jack Dunn, the lit
quarter. Perrin, playing on the 1llt
line, will probably prove a big asset
to his team both on offense a,nd de-
At present, the literary eleven has
scored 44 points in four games against
6 for her opponents. The Dents, how-
ever, although they have only par-
ticipated in three tilts, have run up
51 counters to the opposition's 20.
This would seree to indicate that the
dental team was stronger on offense
'and weaker on defense than the Se-
Kappa Sigma triumphed over Phi
Gamma Delta to the tune of 21 to
0 yesterday afternoon in the inter--
for young m'en.
er considered a
but a necessity.
and freshman hom-
nior medic vice-
ry and treasurer;
president; all soph-
ers and the fresh-
'esident and secre-
freshman law officers, the soph-
e lit secretafy and the sopho- I
engineer vice-president. All
more pharmic officers; the sopho-
dental treasurer; and the soph-
e architect vice-president, secre-
e graduate, homeop. and junior
departments have neglected to
Student councilmen as yet.
An desires that the above men-
d councilnen be elected at once.
lMEN -DISCUSS PLANS
FOR GET-TOGETHER MEETING
arge number of freshmen gather-
the. Union tap room at 7 o'clock
sday night to discuss plans for
oker, sing, and get-together
ing, which it is planned to hold
next meeting will be held at
o'clock Tuesday night. Men are
1 to bripg 'their musical instru-
and to come prepared to sing
OR-JUNIOR TANK MEET
STPONED UNTIL NEXT WEEK
account of a conflict between the
meeting tonight and the time
uled for the senior-juniqr tank
the swimmers have postponed
seniors will face the sophomore
men on Tuesday night in the
. M. C. A. pool.
year to year-
some newer cr
satisfy the mos
than all, ,~
they are so
priced that even the "man
of moderate means" can
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to be something more than "just.an outside garment." A smart appear-
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too, of genuine warmth against winter weather.
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