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Conference Football Repeats Itself;
Buckeyes Lead Big Ten With
Perfect Record

centage column, she is not in reality a L
strong team, her standing being due'
to the fact that she has not met the
best teams in the Conference.'
Michigan Ranks Ahead
Although Iowa, Chicago, and North- W

All-law soccer team will prac-
tice at 4 o'clock this afternoon.
Senior-junior lit soccer team
will practice at 3 o'clock this
afternoon. All men must report.

western rank ahead of Michigan, the
latter team deserves to be placed.

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above them all. Michigan has met ~~-^~G nV9 tdA y v
two of the three toughest teams in the Game,IAfermonday__
Big Ten in Illinois and Ohio and was Afternoon
beaten by only a small margin in FALL TENNIS PLAY
A ratingof the teams according to AGAINST GOPHERS SATURDAY
merit is a dicuffilt task, but it seems
as if it could be approximated as fol- Light drill was handed the Michigan { Play in the singles of the fall ten-
lows: Ohio, Wisconsin, and Illinois, football warriors who played Chica- nis tournament has at last reached
all about equal. Michigan in fourth go last Saturday. With the exception the final round. By defeating Riley
position followed . by Chicago and of several black eyes, the squad came in the rather handy fashion of 6-1, 6-1,
Iowa, neck and neck. Indiana next, through the Chicago game in good Rorich gained thq right to oppose
with Northwestern and Minnesota condition. The two Michigan players Bowers in the finals for the campus
close behind. Purdue easily taking that were taken out on account of in- championship, The match will prob-
last position. juries, Banks and Goebel, were in uni- ably take place on Wednesday or
Minnesota, though ranking last, has form Monday afternoon, entirely re- Thursday and will be the best three
developed fast since the early defeats covered from the effects of the Ma- out of five in sets.
at the hands of Northwestern and In- roon encounter. The doubles have been held up by
diana, as is evidenced by her holding wieman May Play the failure of teams to play off their
Wisconsin to a single field goal a The Michigan team that started the matches. For these delinquent teams
week ago. the intramural office is granting one
Chicago game will be the openers atthInrm alofcIsgnigoe
Odds Favor Wolverines Minneapolis, unless Tad Wieman is more day of grace. If the weather is
Minnapols, ulessTad iema isat all favorable so that ┬░play is per-
Although the odds are certainly in able to play. This will put Johns on avorale o tatplys per-
favor of Michigan in the game with ,the side line. Johns played a remark-: mialayed theayollowin matches must
Minnesota it will be no easy affair. able defensive game Saturday wh be played today or the men will be de-
Those that saw the Iowa-Minnesota shifted to the pivot position in place faulted. This ruling is made neces.
game say that the score is no criterion of Vick who was sent out to tackle.; sary by the' lateness of the season.y
of their relative strengths. The The change made the line nearly in- Cole and Brott meet Gustus and Kelsey
Gophers, once started, are a hard team vulnerable, and made it impossible erson and Andrus. The winners of
to beat and they, are bending every for the Chicago plungers to gain con- these contests go into the semi-finals
effort to wind up the season with a sistently through the forward wall. w rheecteir opponets ae waiting for
victory. Banks, the find of the season, will the.
It is worse than useless to hazard start the Gopher game at quarter thed
(Continued on Page Eight) barring unforeseen injuries. Banks In the upper half of the draw, Riley
played a Beady game against Chicago. and Genebach are ready to oppose the
STUDENT TO SELL-Man with or mixing the plays and directing the winner of the Cole-Brott vs. Peter-
without selling experience to become best sustained attack that Michigan son-Andrus match and in the lower
assoc x i tbem iated locally with bi king half Gregory and Sanchez will meet
has shown this year. The scoring of

Unbeaten Teams Live Up to Expecta-
tions in Last Saturday's
When the opening whistle blew on
eastern gridirons last Saturday seven
undefeated teams were lining up for
action. Harvard, Priniceton, Penn
State, Pittsburg, Boston College, Wes-
leyan, and Stevens Tech had fought
through hard schedules with clean
records. Some two hours later these
teams emerged from the conflicts still
undefeated with but one exception,
Wesleyan having succumbed to Wil-
liams by a 50 to 14 score, one of the
biggest surprises of the day. Penn.
State received a serious blow to her
national title aspirations by allowing
Lehigh to hold her to a 7-7 count..
Harvard Trims Brown
In all the other contests, however,
the undefeated teams lived up to ex-
pectations by winning handily, some
not even putting their strongest com-
binations in the field. Harvard beat
Brown decisively and managed to
withhold her first team for the Yale
battle. The Crimson seems to pos-
sess the strongest eleven it has boast-
ed since the days of Brickley, Hard-
wick, and Mahan, a team that was
rather disappointing to its followers
in the Princeton set-to but one that
has displayed potential powers, which,

if developed to the limit, will be hail-
ed as the greatest eleven along the
Princeton, by its second successive
victory over Yale, accomplished a
feat which every Tiger supporter has
been looking for. The Nassau team
completed its schedule Saturday with
an impressive record of victories
and a tie. Contrary to pre-game ex-
pectations, Ropers' team did not use
its much vaunted over-head attack,
but displayed instead u running of-,
fense that stamps it as one of the
tour greatest teams in the East.
Boston College Strong
No title claims should be awarded
without giving some consideration to
Boston College, whose defeat of Yale
for the second time in two years was
a clean cut triumph for the -colle
gians. The margin of victory in this
game compared to Princeton's score
last Saturday gives the Bostonians a
substantial claim to distinction.
Penn State prior to the Lehigh
setback had been judged the East's
strongest. Her decisive defeat of Ne-
braska gave her record an intersec-
tional aspect, and no eastern team had
been able to match Bezdek's giants.
Whether the recent' slump is a ques-
tion of going stale or whether it is.
permanent future games will tell.
Enroll this evening, 7:15 to 8:15, in
the second term of dancing classes
conducted by Miss Moses for Univer-
sity men and women in the Nickel's
'&rende Dance Hall. Classes will be
he'd for advanced students, beginners,
and married couples. Private lessons
by appointment. Phone 1545-W.-Adv.
Learn to tvnewrite at the School of
Shorthand. 711 No. Univ. Ave. Com-
plete course for $10 00.-Adv.

(By Bob Angell)I
History is repeating itself in Con-
ference football this season. Not only
will Ohio and Illinois meet in the final
game of the year to decide the cham-
piionship of the Big Ten, as was the
case in 1919, but these two teams ap-
proach the battle with exactly the!
same records as a year ago. l
The 14 to 6 defeat of the strong Ill-
ini team by the Badgers last Saturday
is merely a repetition of what occur-
red last year. It remains to be seen
whether Illinois will repeat its per-
formance and beat Ohio in the last 15
seconds of play for another Confer-
ence title.
Indians May Have Claim
If Illinois should beat the Buckeyes
and the Badgers should down Chicago,
the Indians would have a claim to the
title on the percentage basis. In that
case Ohia and Wisconsin would each
have won four contests and lost one,
whereas'the Illinioa eleven would have
five victories to its credit and one de-
The best Wisconsin can hope for is
second place 'in the event that Ohio
wins at, Urbana and shoves the Illini
down into third position. Although
Indiana seems to rate high in the per-
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the first touchdown is a case in point.
Michigan had the ball in midfield, and
two successive end runs, one by Stek-
etee and the other by Banks put the
ball on the 15 yard line, where Banks'
perfect heave dropped into the lat-

the surviving team of the Bowers-
Creedon vs. Gustus-Kelsey contest.


ter's arms for a score. Interfraternity soccer contests yes-
Slow to Break Up Passes terday resulted in a 3 to 1 victory for
Michigan was slow to break up the Phi Sigma Kappa over Delta Sigma
Maroon passes, especially when those Phi and a 1 to 0 win by Phi Sigma
passes were in the defending terri- Delta over Sigma Nu. Today's games
tory. A stronger defense against the are expected to bring some of the
forward pass, and a greater offensive strongest teams in the tournament
will be the chief things for the week. I (Continued on Page Eight)


A Letter That Should
Interest Everybody

Ann Arbor

November 15, 1920
336 S. State St., Ann Arbor, Mich.
This letter will advise you that I have resigned my position with A.
STARR BEST INC. of CHICAGO as manager of their college stores,
and that I have started a business under my own name at the above address.
My sudden change of affiliation was brought about by a trip to New
York where I was astounded by the values that I could give you in case I
went into business on my own resources. At no small amount of risk I took
the step, and am now in a position where you, the customers, will derive great


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benefit from it.

I have brought back from New York suits that were marked

heretofore very closely to sell for $100 and am going to sell these at SIXTY
DOLLARS and suits that previously sold for $75 will cost you no more


These suits are of the finest imported and domestic

"-Makes Jack, a Dull Boys"
Jack and Tom and Harry get
to be very dull chaps, indeed, if
they believe in all work and no
Men who want to keep their
minds keen and their wits
sharp, know that they must play
to keep fit for the terrific strain
of modern life.
If your "prof" is wise he will
heartily approve of your play-
ing an occasional game of bil-
liards. Come in tonight-get a
good cue in your hands again-
and see how soon your former
skill comes back to you.
Pocket and Carom Billiards.
Soft Drinks and Light Lunches.
Cigars and Candies, Cigarettes
and Pipes.
"We Try to Treat You Right"

worsteds and tweeds and equivalent to the best I have ever shown.
As regards shoes, I have the much coveted WHITEHOUSE & HAR-

DY line which is by far the best regarded line in the Eastern colleges.


shoes are marked at prices which will compare favorably with my suits and
My formal opening will be on THURSDAY, NOVEMBER EIGH-
TEEN and I look forward to having you call.
Yours most truly,




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