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Before such a high brand of com-
petition the Varsity must show its'
best. The relative strength of. the
schools of the West in the cross coun-'
Atry sport will be determined today.
Michigan goes into the meet with the
determination thath the University
shall be among the first whente
filal score is reckoned. /
DENTS CONQUER SENIOR
LITS IN H1.100'CONTEST
PLAYING OF RICHARDS, HINKLEYc
AND THOMPSON FEA.
- TURFS
By reason of a 12 to 0 victory over,
the Senior lits, the Dents established
their right to secondary honors in the
campus, football title race yesterday.
Neither team was abje to score dur-
ing the first three periods of the con-
test, but the dental aggregation seem-.
*d to" gain more fight as the game'
progressed and in the last quarter,
they succeeded in putting across two
touchdowns.
Richards was the individual star for
the winners, with Thompson and
Hinkley supporting him strongly.
Dunn Scintillates
Jack Dunn. played his usual good'
game for the Lits, but he had little
support. Perrin was the only other
man in the backfield that could gain
at all. The absence of ,King Messner,
who is out with a bad foot, was se-
verely felt in the literary lineup.
Nothing of particular interest occur-
red in the first quarter. Jack Dunn,
however, furnished a little thrill by
kicking a punt and then nailing the
t receiver himself.
The second quarter saw the Lits
making a strong bid for a touchdown.
Bacon receiv~d a pass from Dunn and
ran it to the 10 yard line before he
was downed but then the Dents stif-
fened, and held for downs.
Dents to Open Up
When the second half opened the
dental eleven seemed to have a lot
more fight than they had exhibited
pireviously. Richards, Hinkley and
Thompson .carried the ball down the
fieldT in successive rushes until the

sUPHLH5bINJAUL
WOLV-ERINE LAIR

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The 'Gopher backs are a plunging#
bunch that has nicked every oppos-
ing line for lengthy gains, while they
have the support of a wall that has,
dented considerably every alien in-
terference it has met this season.1
Captain Lampki runs his team from
the pilot position and has been a
hard man to stop in every game he
has been in. Tomasek and Ruben have
battered defenses mercilessly, while
Oss,' the Gopher left half, possesses
not only speed but aggressiveness and
has done his share of ripping.
In the past the characteristic fea-
ture of Minnesota's playing has been
a smashing attack coupled wit'h a se-
ries of complicated and well-executed
shifts. Forward passing has been their
downfall more than once, and in 1910
the throwing of the Michigan backs
was primarily the cause of their det
feat. Knowing this and having }the
memories of Illinois' coup along that
line recently. to promote caution to-
day, the Gopher secondary defense has
probably received careful coaching
and instructions looking toward that
very possibility
Michigan on Edge
But if Dr. Williams' great eleven is
bristling at the scent, of battle, Yost
has a like number lusting for a
scrap. With a long string of defeats
behind them the members of the Mich-
igan squad have every incentive to
redeem themselves and force the
growling Gopher to bite the dust. For
a large portion of the Varsity this
game ends participationf in intercol-
legiate football.--This is Cliff Sparks'
last chance to establish a new rec-
ord punt on Ferry field, while Beak
Weston, Mike Knode,'Froemke, Cruse
and Glenn Dunn also finish their re-
spective careers this afternoon. They
would like to leave with a victory on
their last fight.
The lineup as given out again reg-
isters changes over the last appear-
ance. Duke Dunne and Capt., Angus
Goetz are still at their regular places
at let end and tackle, respectively,'
but Roy Johnson will start at, left
guard in place of Culver or For-
.tune. Vick will pass the hall from
center as before 'and Hugh Wilson,
who has put up a consistent fighting
game all season, goes in at right
guard. Yost has pulled Peach in from
end to right tackle, replaciig Glenn
Dunn, who started there against lli-
nois last week. Henderson's is the
new' face on the 'line. He will guard
the right flank.
Knode at Quarter - 1
The backfield shows Mike Knode at
quarter, with Cliff Sparks at right
half.' Sparks' position was at a half
prior to his attendance here and his
return to that berth may facilitate
his carrying the ball. Beak Weston,
wbp went out of the Illinois game in the
'first tuarter, will start at his former

fighting and they have the team in
just as belligerent a frame of mind,
which means that the men will go in
to give everything they have for
Michigan in the last game of the sea-
son.
son. Gophers Arrive at Noon
The Minnesota team is expected to
arrive in Ann Arbor about noon today.
At last reports the Gophers were in
Jackson adding the final touches to
their grooming.
Officials follow: Referee - J. C.
Masker, Northwestern; umpire-Cap-
tan Mumma, Army; field judge-J. H.
Nichols, Oberlin; head linesman-F.
E. Gardner, CornelL Length of quart-
ers, 15'minutes.
The game will start at 2 o'clock.

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three yard
the Lits held
ann punted out
quarter found
Leir opponents
d a pass from
rd gain, bring-
yard line, and
ed the pigskin
rst score. The

ollowing

goal

.and romped 30
for the second

The Lineups
The lineups were as follows:
Dents-Naylor, 1. e.; Weiss,

1. t.;

ongest Teal, 1. g.; Taroff, c.; Wright, r. g.;
1 have Hartwell, r. t.; Eldritch, r. e.; Thomp-
adison son, q. b.; Hinkley, 1. h.; Hanna, r.
great h.;- Richards, f. b
ld this Senior lits-Keck, Borenstein, 1. e.;
.s men McAlpin, 1. t.; Motulsky,. 1. g.; Zapp,
ty and b.; La Rochelle, r. g.; Bacon, r. t.;
in the Olson, Gamble, r. e.; Dunn, q. b.; Per-
rin, 1. h.; Funk, r. h.; Hahn, f. b.
rE PSI U'S AND ALPHA.DELT'S
WIN INTERFRATERNITY GAMES
N CE
The Alpha Sigma Phi aggregation
its five were completely swamped by the
'ihold- heavier Psi Upsilon football team on
y, are South Ferry field yesterday. At the
a cross 'end of the four periods the Psi Upsi-
th this lon backs had succeeded in piling up
to be 19 points to their opponents none.
st that Quartel played best for the losers,
n pro- while Moulthrop and Khuen starred
excel- for Psi Upsilon.,
nt that Alpha Delta Phi won their game by
ng for default from Sigma Phi Epsilon. The
or yes- entire four periods of play passed
ds set without either team scoring. When
of the 'the referee declared that overtime
should be played to decide the con-
e this test, the Sigma Phi Epsilon team re-
.wn as fused to continue and left the field.
coun- -Alpha Delta Phi was then awarded
reviv- the scrap 1 to 0.
Beside
in the CORIRECTION

place today, with Bill Cruse in at
full. Butch Froemke probably will
break into the game sometime but will
be held in reserve 'at the start. What
Yost has up his sleeve no one knows,
but everything that a coach can do
has been done the past week to whip
the team into shape following the
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'ith Phi Gamma Delta 21 to 0. Ex-
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hi Gamma Delt's being the victorious
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