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CENTER OF ATTENTION IN CONFERENCE BATTLES1

THE YEAR M. A. C. WON 24-0

HOW THEY FACE EACH OTHER

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Four aspirants for the Western
Conference football championship
will match their skill and prowess
this afternoon in the two headliners
of the western gridiron circuit. To
two elevens these struggles will
prove to be a fatal stumbling block
upon which their hopes will be
dashed, while victory to the two con-
quering combinations will be hailed
as a great stepping-stone towards a
much coveted goal, the title.
Illinois, Iowa, Minnesota and Ohio
State are the four schools whose
gridiron representatives clash in the
two feature battles of the West. Each
institution has a clean slate in the
Conference standings this morning.
This afternoon the records of two
will be marred. The Indians have
journeyed to Iowa City, where they
battle with the Hawkeyes, while Co-
lumbus will be the scene of the strug-
gle between the Buckeyes and the
Gophers.
Illini Meet Hawkeyes
Victory in the Illinois-Iowa game
will fall to that team which is most
thoroughly drilled and prepared to
stop the favorite antics of its oppon
ents. Despite their 10 to 7 vctory
over Notre Dame last week, the Hawk-
eyes proved to be miserably weak in
their forward passing offense and de-
fense. During the fray Notre Dame
completed 13 out of 22 forward pass-
es for a net gain of 227 yards, while
the Iowans were only able to garner
10 yards in completing but one pass
in six attempts. This is their out-
standing weakness. On the offense
the Jones' contingent is powerful.
With a line composed of a goodly
number of veterans, and with a back-
field disporting such capable "pig-
skin toters"as Capt. Aubrey Devine,
Locke, and Shuttleworth the aggres-
siveness of the Hawkeyes should as-
sert itself..
Zuppke's footballers, on the other
hand, are not the least bit slovenly
in the aggressive style of play, while
forward passing is their strong forte.
On the defense for straight football
the Indians have not shown up so
well. Iowa will undoubtedly use a
hard, running attack, while Illinois
will mix straight tactics with aerial
play in an effort to bring victory back
to Urbana. The deciding point of the
contest will depend upon the ques-
tion of preparation. Whether or not
the Hawkeyes are better prepared in
their defense for the Indians' over-
head attack than the Indians are pre-
pared to stay the aggressiveness of
the Hawkeyes, will tell the tale for
the victor.
Gophers Play 0. S. U.
Minnesota's famous shifts will be
much in evidence in the other feature
game of the Western Conference.
This is Dr. Williams' favorite style of
pla'y and the Gophers' chances for
victory will largely depend upon its
effectiveness. Ohio State has learned
its lesson. Last week the Buckeyes,
greatly over-confident, fell befors the

weak Oberlin eleven by a 7 to 6
score, which, after all, is not a fair
indication of their real strength. Dr.
Wilce has worked hard with his squad
during the past week, and they are
cut to minister a defeat to the Goph-
ers. The game has incited great in-
terest among football enthusiasts and
the results will be closely regarded.
Northwestern and Wisconsin are
two other Conference schools that
meet on the gridiron this afternoon.
Wisconsin has not been defeated thus
far and is not to be overlooked in
the race for the title. On the other
hand, the Northwestern aggregation
is still smarting from three defeats
recently inflicted, and are out to re-
deem themselves. However, Wiscon-
sin, by dint of its showing thus far,
having a team composed mostly of
veterans, are expected to win without
difficulty.
Purdue Tackles Notre Dame
The other Conference teams to be
seen in action are Purdue, whose grid-
ders will tackle Notre Dame and fight
for a. lost cause, according to. dope-
sters, and Michigan, whosmeets the
"Aggies in their annual tussle on Fer-
ry field this afternoon.
Chicago and Indiana have no
games scheduled for today. Chicago
is busily engaged rpreparing for their
big intersectional game with Prince-
ton next Saturday, and entertain
hopes for a victory. Indiana foot-
ballers have rested from their strenu-
ous game with Harvard last Satur-
day and are now working out a de-
fense for the Minnesota shifts in
preparation for their contest with the
Gophers.
ILLINOIS FOOTBALL SCHEDULE
Oct. 15-Iowa at Iowa City.
Oct. 22-Wisconsin at Urbana.
Oct. 29-MichIgan at Urbana.'
Nov. 5-Depauw at Urbana.
Nov. 12-Chicago at Urbana.
Nov. 19-Ohio State at Columbus.
Do as- others do, go down town to J.
F. Wuerth's for Lab. Coats, Dental
Coats, Waiter's Coats, etc.,. and save
money; next to Wuerth Theater.-Adv.
JEWELRY
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STONES
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NEW CLAW WORK
AND SETTINGS
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LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S GARMENTS
Our Work Speaks for Itself
WHITE SWAI4 LAUNDRY AGENCY

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gold watch
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, 700 Oxford
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tebook with
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it at 548 So. State St. 17-2
er fur scarf, Monday, on
Finder kindly call 1722-R.
17-2
toise shell glasses in leath-
n Campus, Oct. 13. C. Rees,
3t. Phone 2953-W. 18-2
aterman Ideal Pen' in rest
pan hall, Thursday, at 3:00.
Secretary's office. 18
ta Gamma Sorority Pin.
lease return to 1205 Hilq
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FOR RENT
- Share in large front
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le room. Phone 1194-M.
ashington. 16-3
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ping privileges for two men
e. Reasonable. 1107 So.
68-J. 18-2
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FOR SALE-Remington .22 repeater.
Perfect condition, also large size
Victrola with records. Phone 811-R.
,17-2
FOR SALE-Pair riding boots. Size
9-c. Inquire after 7 P. M., R. Hall,
632 Oakland. 16-3
FOR SALE-- Dining room furniture,
desk and sectional bookcase. Phone
786. 17-2
FOR SALE--$75 Victrola and 25 pop-
ular records for $30. Phone 11172-M.
16-3
WANTED
WANTED-A single room in private
family. Must be very desirable with
few other roomers. Write Box G. M,
Daily. 17-3
WANTED-Students' laundry. Care-
fully done, called for and delivered.
Call 7116-F1. 18-2
WANTED - Experienced automobile
salesman. Phone 759 or write Box
P, Daily. 18
MISCELLANEOUS
SANDWICHES, steaks, ice cream,
malted milk, hot coffee, anything to
eat delivered to your room till 11
P. M. Let us give you a price on
that banquet or dinner. Meal tick-"
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1526-M. Just off So. University. 11-21

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