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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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EIGHT CONFERENCE
ELEVENSTO MEET1
Ohio-Michigan and Illinois-Chicago
Contests Hold Center of
Interest
HAWKEYES AND GOPHERS ARE
TRAINING FOR COEBACKS
Although the Conference games
which are scheduled for tomorrow
should not determine the winner of
the Big Ten title, much attention is
being paid to the outcome of the
Ohio-Michigan contest, to be fought
at Columbus, and the Illinois-Chica-
go game to be played on Stagg field.
Both Illinois and Ohio must win to
keep their slates clean, while defeats

cally assure them of second place, TENNIS MEN ENTER
with a chance to tie for first if Illi- SEMI-FINAL ROUND
nois falters in any of its remaining
games. On the other hand if Ohio
wins, the fight for first honors will Four men have entered the semi-
narrow down to a struggle between final round of the fall tennis tourna-
the Buckeyes and Illinois. ment. Those who hold the coveted
Illlil Favorites positions are Riley, Rorich, Bowers,
and Hames. By virtue of strong con-
In the Illinois-Chicago struggle the sistent play, these men have survived
Urbana team is conceded to be supe- from-a field of more than 70 players.
rior. Illinois ought to be in the best Progress in the doubles has been slow.
of condition as all of its players came j In the matches yesterday afternoon
out of the game with Minnesota In several of the men had rather stiff
good condition. Zuppke's offense is opposition. Riley defeated Jerome
fast, and his defense sure. If the In- after the latter had taken the first'
dians continue to play the game they set. The score read 6-8, 6-2, 6-3 in,
have been playing they will be a -favor, of the former. Bowers experi-
hard team to beat. Chicago has a enced little trouble in disposing of
good team but not one of champion- Gregory 6-1, 6-2. After Gustus had
ship material. Recent injuries may taken a lead of four games, Rorich
hamper the Maroons, although their steadied down and took the set S-6,
showing against Ohio State last week following with the second 6-0. In a
was a better display of football than fourth round match Matthews won

play
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their matches as soon as possi-I

LEARN THIS Yl

Unless play is speeded
be necessary to default
t teams.

up it
delin-

Al Cuthbert, '21E, Varsity
cheerleader, wishes the follow-
ing yell, the "Growler," to be
learned by those going to the
O. S. U. game.
Grrrrrr-Rah- ) Rah, Rah
(Repeat)
Michigan, Ral Rah, Rah.
The yell should start like the
bark of a bull dog, with a growl
and sharp bark, a pause, and
then two sharp barks. Try it
yourself before the game.

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Professor Mittinthals class Friday
evenings, 7 to 8:30. Gents, 8 lessons,
$8.00. Ladies, $5.00. Guarantee to
teach you One-Step IPox Trot and
Waltz in one term.--Adv.
Come to the Packard after Land
Bounce. Diamond's Orchestra.-Adv.
Read The Daily for Campus News.

Better themes, theses and lecture
notes are possible if you can type-
write them. Fuller notes can be tak-
en if you know shorthand. New class-
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Hames played for the right to enter
the semi-finals. Hames won after
two close sets 6-4, 6-4.
Only one contest was run off in thl
doubles. In this Riley and Genebach
eliminated Beaudette and Parsons
6-2, default. Doubles teams must

had been looked for.

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for these elevens will make the race In the Northwestern-Iowa game, the
a toss up. Hawkeyes will have a chance to come
WolverInes In Shape back. After Iowa's excellent start

from Walbridge 7-5, 6-3. Immediate-
ly after this match the winner and

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Ohio is the general favorite in the
first of these two games, although
Dr. Wilce's men are by no means ac-
corded an easy battle. Despite the
fact that Michigan was defeated by
Illinois two weeks ago in a 6 to 'c
game, she is expected to go into the
Buckeye stronghold with full strength.
Yost's team was greatly handicap-
ped in the contest with Illinois by the
condition of its star punter, Steketee,
and the injury to Tad Weiman, which
forced the big tackle and goal kicker
out of the game after the third play.
It is expected that both of these men
will be in the best of condition for the
struggle with the Buckeyes.
Strong Air Attack
Ohio did not show the strength she
had been credited with, when Chica-
go succeeded in holding her to a 6-7
victory. Workman, Ohio's quarter-
back, and Stinchcomb, who has been
shifted from the quarterback position
to half, have been displaying some
aerial work during the season which,
if it is working up to form, will be
hard for Michigan to stop. A vic-
tory for the Wolverines will practi-

toward Conference honors by the de-
feat of Indiana, she crumbled before
the attacks of Illinois and Chicago.
Coach Jones feels that he has found
the real difficulty, and has removed
Captain Kelly to the second squad.
Northwestern's position is much the
same. After her spectacular defeat
of Minnesota she went down to de-
feat before Wisconsin and Indiana.
Even Battle at Minneapolis
The Wisconsin-Minnesota battle
leaves much room for controversy as
to the outcome. While Wisconsin has
proved better than was expected at
the beginning of the season Minneso-
ta's record has been the opposite. The
game which is to be played at Minne-
apolis is certain to be a hard strug-
gle.
After the brand of football exhib-
ited by Notre Dame against the army
last week there seems to be little
doubt as to the outcome of the Pur-
due-Notre Dame game which is to be
played at South Bend. Purdue is not
represented by an exceptionally
strong eleven this year.

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A MONG the
most important
things a man gains
from going through
college is poise,
which is the result,
in part, of his confi-
dence in the impres-
sion he makes. The
right collar gives the
right impression.

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