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COACHES DRILLING
Four Contests Between Conference
Teams Will Take Place
Satuirlay
THREE OF BIG TEN ELEVENS
GRfIPLED FOR LAST TILTS
(By Harry Grundy)
With the close of the western Con-
ference football season less than one
week off, the Big Ten mentors are
pointing their teams for the final test
before the curtain falls on the 1920
gridiron. All eyes are centered upon
the approaching' contest at Urbana,
where Ohio State will invade the In-
dians' home territory and try to gain
revenge for the championship which
was lost in the final seconds of play
at Columbus last year.
WilT Ready
Coach Wilce has returned from the
Illinois-Wisconsin game with a satis-
factory idea concerning the strength
of the Illini .warriors. Ohio4 will be
in perfect condition for Saturday's
struggle after two weeks of rest, and
the fight between these two elevens
for western honors will lay. open all
the strategy and cunning Wilce and
Zuppke have held in reserve. The
gamel will mark the last appearance
of some of the greatest gridders in
the west. Stinchcomb, the fleet foot-
ed Buckeye halfback, who has been
the terror of Ohio's opponents, will
start his final game for the Scarlet
and Gray, while the Fletchet' broth-
ers whose headwork and place kicking
have pulled many games out of the
fire for Zuppke will appear in the
Indianbackfield for the last time.
On a basis of comparative scores
the Buckeyes appear to have a decid-
ed advantage as they have a victory
over Wisconsin who defeated illinois
last week, a'nd were able to 'secure
two touchdowns against 'Michigan,
while Illinois' victory over the Wolve-
rines was by a single point margin.
Ohio's advantage is negligible when
the, two elevens are analyzed on pa-
per.
About Even Man for Man
Comparison man for man makes the
teams about even, Ohio.possessing the
most briliant performers in Stinch-
comb and Illinois having the smooth-
est working machine and a more.dan-
gerous line plunger in Fullback
Crangle. Ohio's aerial attack and
Stinchcomb's open field work must be
stopped if Illinois is to win. The Wal-
quist to Carney combination and
Ralph Fletcher's toe are counted on
by the Orange and Blue backers to.
bring theme victory.
Wisconsin is admittedly superior to
Stagg's crippled Maroons and a win
for the Badgers over Chicago is ex-1

FOOTBALL NOTICE

Coach Yost wishes to meet all
freshmen interested, in football
at 7:30 o'clock tonight in the Un-
ion. The coach has something of.
interest to sat to the first year
men, and all freshmen both on
the squad and those who are ac-
tively interested are urged -to be
present at the meeting.
pected. The Maroon defense is the
only hope the Midway athletes have of
winning from Wisconsin Saturday.
Crisler and Jackson will probably
start for Chicago while the plunging
will be left to Timme ant iBell who
were the only players able to pen-
etrate Michigan's defense.
Indiana in Bad Shape
Indiana emerged from the Notre
Dame contest coueidgrably battered
and will be unable to present full
strength when they meet Purdue at
Lafayette. Halfback Williams who
was the star of the game against Syra-
^use-last year is out for the remainder
of the year with three broken ribs.
Despite the crippled condition of his
team, Jumbo Steihm should be able to
nut a , team into action that will win
from the Boilermakers who have not
shown to advantage this year.
Minnesota is being drilled by Dr.
Williams to give the Yostmen a warm
reception when the teams meet at
Minneapolis Saturday. The veteran
mentor has experienced the worst sea-
son of his career, and a win will go
a long way toward lessening the sting
of five consecutive defeats. Oss and
Ekberk, the main cogs in the Gopher
offense, were injured in the game with
Iowa but are expected to be able to,
play against Michigan. For Michigan}
a victory will make the season more
successful than the percentage column
would indicate.
Michigan Should Win
If records are a criterion Michigan
should win handily, but the Gopher's
faculty of coming back at the end of
a season is certain to make the fight
a desperate one. Banks, the Wolver-
ine. sophomore quarterback and one of
the year's finds, may be elusive against
Minnesota as he was against Chica-
go. The game will again decide the
fate of the little brown jug which was
captured by the Northmen last year.
Iowa ends its season with Ames,
and should have no trouble in win-
ning. Notre Dame and Northwestern
clash at Evanston and from all in-
dications the Irish will be able to send
a team against Northwestern which
should emerge victorious.

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FRESHLOSETO
SECOND VARSITY
Yearlings' Defeated by Two Touch-
downs in Fast Scrimmage Played
in Snow Storm
YOST KEEPS REGULARS OUT
OF PLAY; FEARS INJURIES
With all the regulars on the side-
,ines, Coach Yost sent his second
string men against the freshmen
team in a short scrimmage yesterday
afternoon. Notwithstanding the snow
storm which made the ball and field
slippery, the scrimmage was fast.
Catching the freshmen unawares, the
Varsity substitutes ran through the
first year men and in short time had
crossed their goal line twice for two
touchdowns.
Krels Given Chance
In Yost's lineup for the afternoon
was one new face. Kreis has been
added to the Varsity squad and was
given hIs first opportunity to per-
form in the backfield with the first
team men.
Against the fresimen, Cohn and
Trout took care of the ends. Rowland
and Johns were in the tackles; Wach-
ter, Planck, and VanOrden at guards,,
Petro playing center. Searle led the
team with his backfield made up of
Paper and Perrin, halves, and Kreis,
fullback. Through a hole made by
Petro, Perrin went through the cen-
ter of the freshmen line and ran the
'ength of the field for the first touch-
down. A pass from Perrin to Cohn
resulted in thersecond score for the
Varsity. The freshmen defense was
weak although Mather had most of
his best men In.
Ghost Ball in Evidence b.
After the scrimmage, the entire first
suad was sent through drill on plays
and signal practice. The ghost ball,
was kept busy until well after dark.
k1l the, regulars were withheld from
real stiff work. A light workout was!
all that the coaches had in store for,
them. On the slippery field, Coach
Yost was not willing to take any
"hance of injury befalling his regu-
lars.
TEAM TO PIUN IN
CONFPFRENCE MFET
While the cross country squad
which will leave next Friday morn-
ing for the Conference meet Saturday
-t Urbana is given no chance of win-
ning, the fact has failed to disheart-
en the men. They are going. over the
long grind daily, and the biting wind
which they must face serves only to
strengthen their determinatIon to
make' a creditable showing against,
their superior adversaries.
Purdue is the favorite In the met.r
Catain Furnas is recogn7ed as the
greatest cross country man in the
Conference today, and Harrison is not
far behind him, in fact in the Indiana
state meet last week, Harrison was
the first to cross the mark, defeating
hie captain handily. Purdue was an:
easy victor in this race, with ndi-
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"We Try to Treat You Right"
No. 2

CROSS COUNTRY NOTICE
The freshman cross country
squad, Davis, Leland, Arndt,
Hattendorf, Bowen, and Yakes,
will meet at 4:15 o'clock Thurs-
day afternoon in the Varsity
training room at Waterman
gymnasium for the purpose of,
electing a captain.

date in the Union handicap straight
rail billiard tournament, and with but
one exception they have brought to-
gether evenly matched players and
have resulted in fast, interesting
games.
Harbert defeated Moeller 160 to 96
in the opening game of the tourney.
Both men were in good form and
clicked off good averages. Harbert!

Kaufman (90) was no
Byrne (120), the latter
game 120 to 54.

match
taking

In today's matches Landis
will meet Harbert (160) in the t
room at 4 o'clock, and Griffith
will clash with Bryne (120)
o'clock. The afternoon co
should be one of the best on
list. Landis has a heavy han

with a run of 33 holds the high run on his opponent and, if in form,
record in the games played. Gale make the scratch man play in his
(160) beat Kennedy (120) 160 to .98. style to save the game. There is
FOUR MATCHES PLAYED IN I Griffith and Landis, playing even, tle to choose between the particij
UNION BILLIARD TOURNAMENT were the principals in the hardest in tonight's offering, both men
fought match of the series which was ing displayed a strong offensiv
Four matches have been played to finally won by Griffith 115 to 102. their first matches.
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