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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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iTAL GAES ON SATURDA'S GRID SCHEDULE

SQCCER NOTICE
Practice for the informal soc-
cer team will be held at 4 o'clock
this afternoon on Ferry field.

Other Big Eastern Games
The Penn State-Harvard game

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ERAL CHAMPION CONTENDERS
CLASH IN EARLY SEASON
HEADLINERS
ne of the big games of the coming:
irday in Conference football circles
he battle between Illinois and Wis-
dn at Urbana. While it is hard at
present to concede the Illini any-
g better than an outside chance to
much can and probably will be,
,mplished before next Saturday by1
ch Zuppke. The Iowa game could
help but show the Orange and Blue
tor -most of the faults' with his
en, and with a week's time before
game, Zuppke can be relied upon
radicate most of them. Further-
e, Sabo and Peden will be entirely
I before the game and will add a
ded punch to the team. Wisconsin
the other hand came through the

Northwestern game in fine shape, and
is not even conceding the Orange and
Blue an outside chance.
In the only other Conference game
scheduled, Indiana will meet Minne-
sota at the Gophers field. After the
Gophers reversal of form last Satur-
day, this may prove to be a tighter
game than is expected. However, with
Oss back in the lineup, Minnesota
ought to go into the game a slight fav-
orite.

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Chicago vs. Princeton,
In the big intersectional clash of the
year, Chicago will journey to Prince-
ton next Saturday. Chicago has shown
unexpected strength up to date and
may cause another upset. Princeton,
which was supposed to be one of the
strongest teams in the East this year,
bowed to the Navy last Saturday by
the score of 13-0, and this would seem

to indicate that the critics were a bit
wrong in their pre-season figuring.{
Chicago on the other hand has had
two weeks of rest in preparation forI
the game and is in prime condition.
If they succeed in stopping Lourie,
they will have at least an even chance,
with the Orange and Black eleven.
The balance of the Big Ten, Iowa, Pur-
due, and Northwestern have no gamesj
scheduled.
In the East four games are sched-
uled: Army at Yale, Penn State at'
Harvard, Colgate at Cornell, and Sy-
-racuse at Pitt. In the Army, game
Yale will have her first real test of the
season, and if past indications are
worth anything, they will have a hard
battle on their hands. The Wgst
Pointers had little difficulty in defeat-
ing Wabash last Saturday, while Yale
won from Brown by practically , the!
same score. On the other hand the
Army has had more preparation for
the game than Yale, as they have play-
ed five games up to date to the Blue
and White's four. Yale's hope for a
victory will rest largely on quarter
back O'Hearn. If the West Pointers
can stop him they will have a better
than even chance of victory.

be a bitterly fought struggle, inasmuch
as neither has lost a game and the
loser will have to be dropped from
championship consideration. At pres-
ent they look to be two of the strong-
est teams in the East, and this game
will be the real test for both of them.
After the defeat of Brown at the hands
of Syracuse last Saturday by a score
of 28-0, Syracuse must be given con-
sideration. While Brown did not have
an especially strong team, Syracuse
defeated them without any trouble
and played a brand of football that
any team would find hard to beat. The
Pitt game will give them their real
test, for although beaten by Lehigh,
Pitt has a strong team. The Colgate-
Cornell game while probably devoid
of any championship interest, ought
to be a real fight inasmuch as Cornell
swamped Reserve last week, 110-0, and
Colgate trounced Susquehanna, 21-6.
Intramural Item s

Seven Special Trains at Least

Countless Automobiles to Carry
Ohioans Northward
WONDER WHETHER BOARDING
HOUSES CAN FEED THEM ALL

flHIO STATE ROOTERS PLAN TO TAKEf
ANN ARBOR BY STORM ON SATURDAY

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Wednesday's games in the interfra-
ternity soccer tournament brought
about two hotly contested battles,
Kappa Beta Psi and Cygnus fighting it
out for two periods with neither team
scoring. The former, with two corn-
er kicks to its credit, was awarded
the victory. Theta Chi produced a
similar win over Sinfonia, the score
being 1 to 1, Theta Chi having two
corner kicks.
In Tuesday's games Alpha Delta
Phi defeated Phi Kappa Sigma, 3 to 0,
Alpha Sigma Phi defeated Phi Sigma
Kappa, 1 to 0, and Sigma Alpha Epsi-
lon won by forfeit from Delta Sigma
Phi.
Today's schedule is as follows, the
games starting at 4 o'clock: Beta
Theta Pi vs. Chi Psi, Phi Delta Chi
vs. Sigma Nu, Acacia vs. Trigon. The
latter is a second round match. On
Friday Delta Chi will meet Delta
Kappa Epsilon.
Class soccer will start next week,
and each class in the literary and
engineering tcolleges must have its
athletic manager report to the Intra-
mural office by Wednesday or new
managers will be appointed by Direc-,
tor Mitchell.
Folding cot used five months in pri-
vatenhome for sale at half price.
Phone 1418-W.-Adv.

Columbus, 0., Oct. 18.-Ohio State
forces will take Ann Arbor by storm
Saturday when the Buckeye eleven
invades the Wolverine campus for the
annual gridiron party betweert the twol
institutions.
When Athletic Director St. John of
Ohio State, asked for 6,000 seats as
the Ohio allotment, many of the wise
birds questioned his judgment. Early
this week, St. John virtually had to
hide out because of'the unprecedented
demand for the pasteboards - the
supply having been exhausted after
the overwhelming defeat of Minnesota
on last Saturday.
Seven Special Trains
At least seven special trains will
bear the Ohioans northward-two
Friday night and five early Sat.
urday morning. Hundreds of auto.
mobiles will carry their share of
the hegira which is believed here
to set a record for supporters of
an athletic team.
Because of the desire to utilize every
second of time before the game to whip
the Buckeyes into the right kind of
shape for the battle, Ohio State coach-
es plan to keep the team here for prac-
tice Friday afternoon. The. squad will
be hurried aboard one of the two trains
to leave here early that evening.-
Columbus Business Men Coming
In addition to the hundreds of stu-
dents who will accompany the eleven,
scores of Columbus business men will
desert their desks to follow the team,
while women will form no small part
of the entourage.

fits of Sport

Ohio State students are wonder.
ing whether Ann Arbor eating
places will be prepared for the
onslaught of the hungry horde.
They remember rather ruefully
that two years ago when the Ohio.
ans went to Michigan the Ann Ar.
bor restaurants were utterly un-
able to satisfy the food cravings of
the invaders.
Interest in the approaching contest.
long since has been at fever heat. Re-
ports of injuries to Michigan players
are taken with a grain of salt al-
though it isErealized that Yost prob-
ably will not be able to present his
full strength. The Ohioans, however,
fear Steketee most and Yost still has
his ace available.

Basketball practice was begun at
Northwesteri this week. Athletic Di-
rector Evans, who will coach the team-
this season, has Holmes, Franzen,
Stegman, McKenzie, and Saunders of
last year's squad to act as a nucleus
for this season's quintet. Beside these
last vear's regulars, Johnson and
Houghton of last year's fresh are also
out.
The Staym-Foresters, professional
football team of Chicago, have secur-
ed the services of Jack Perrin, Jack
Dun, and Bill Fortune of last year's
varsity for the coming season. The
Stayms are accounted one of the
strongest pro teams in this part of
the country and will open their sched-
ule Sunday at Chicago with a game
with the T. N. T. eleven of Pullman..
The Illinois tennis team defeated
the Oklahoma aggregation at Norman,
Okla., yesterday in the first day of
their scheduled two day match, by
winning two of four single matches,
and one double match.

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General admission tickets for
the Ohio State game are on sale
every day at the Athletic office.
There are 3,000 of these tickets
available. When they are sold,
the capacity of Ferry field will
have been reached. There will.
then be no sale at the gates on
the day of the game.

Eduard Horeman, the Belgian cue
expert, yesterday set a new record in
his 18.2 match with Koji Yamada of
Japan with an unfinished run of.400.
The run was never in danger (up to
385, when Horeman was required to
make a difficult masse shot along the
rail.

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Judge Landis, commissioner of or-
ganized baseball has decided to let the
Babe Ruth incident follow the usual
line of gravitation and will consider
it when its turn comes, he announced
yesterday. He also stated that the
matter will receive his attention and
that the world's greatest hitter will
be severely reprimanded for his fail-
ure to obey the.-rules of baseball.
Ruth, ignoring Judge Landis' order
against playing, in exhibition games
this fall, was the leading figure in an
exhibition game staged in Buffalo last
Sunday. Ruth says he will continue
to'play until Nov. 1, regardless of any
restrictions from Landis. He says he
is playing in the interest of baseball
and thinks he will be backed up by the
sport world.
WOOL SOCKS; don't forget to buy
a pair with your next brogues. These
3ocks come in white, in cordovan,
heather mixtures, and black. Davis
Toggery Shop.. 119 S. Maim.-Adv.

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rate, you must pay before November first.
On November firstall unpaid subscriptions
will be re-listed at four dollars.

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