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BUCKEYE MENTOR IS SA
WITH STATE'S ELEVEN
DEFENSE
(By Karl B. Pauly)
(Sporting Editor of the Ohi
Lantern)
Well-pleased with the elei
defense as it showed up inI
tory over Minnesota last ,
Dr. J. W. Wilce, Ohio State
coach, is prming his team v
newattack to besused aga
Wolverines in the game at
bor.
At present it looks as if ti
eyes would go into the fray
line-up similar to that sent
the Gophers. Coach Wilce,l
never knows his battle array
sends it on the field. Work
week on Ohio ,field have see
different men lined up, but sin
are no severe injuries and
reasonrfor shifting players, t
will probably be started w
same men, using a new atta
Brilliant Backfield
The Minnesota game reveal
strength in the backfield,f
slaught of Honaker, Stuart, W
and Taylor causing even the:
est. Buckeye rooters to -sit a
the quartet swept down th
These men, together with Cc
Isabel, , both of whom made
showings, are all In good sh
In the least wearied by the
engagement. -
All of the above-mentioned
coming prominently into the
light. Workman is proving a
at running the team as did hi
er, "Hoge", whose forwardI
tounded the Conference las
Johnny Stuarr, touted as a s
since his brilliant showing
Freshman squad in 1920, is
through with the goods, his1
calibre being proved in last
game. Honaker, whose nan
scarcely heard about Ohio Ste
year, is now the topic of c<
tion wherever fans congrega
and Stuart and Workman are
Hunnington, West Virginia,
they played in high school. t
been a leading light ever sin
season opened, while Isabel is
the best.

judging from appearances thus far
I n Spiers, his running mate, is one o1
those fighting stoics, who is never
[I NES flashy, but the last word in efficiency.
"Butch" Pixley, at guard, has come
back to Ohio State with a bang. He
TISHIEDwas gone a year, attending Prince-
MAN ton, but has returned with the same
well-handled bulk, a Gibraltar if
there ever was one. Trott, the other
guard, it will be remembered, was
o Stateston Camp's thirds All-American team
o tae last year. He is going big for a
better position this season.
ven mvican "Tee" Young at center is coming
across nicely, all doubt of his Big Ten
Saturday, calibre having vanished with Satur-
football
v'ih heday's exhibition. If he should be-
inst the come incapacitated, there is Pauley, a
An Ar- very capable man, who got into action
Anm Ar- against the Gophers.
0 Bk Myers and Slyker on Ends
he B The ends are those famous two of
Y with a 1920, Captain Myers and Slyker, who
against figure in many colorful plays. Slyker,
however, last week, played a highly commend-
until he able game, with Myers still the old'
)uts this self at the other tip.
n some Petcoff, a tackle, and Steele, a
nce there guard, are fine second string men,
no good who, if called upon, can. furnish the
he game proper puch as substitutes. Doig and
with the Weaver are backfield men who show
tck. well in action.
The season's only loss so far is
ed a new "Red" Blair, still out as a result of
the on- an injury received in a scrimmage
orkman, two weeks ago. His absence from the
staunch- backfield, where he plays half, was
agape as at first sorely felt. His knee is much
e field, more limber every day, and he is re-
btt and porting regularly in uniform, keep-
brilliant ing in trim. He will not get into ac-
ape, not tion until the Buckeyes Invade Stagg
Gopher field on Nov. 5.

e 'CHICAGO AND PRINCETON

RED FOR BIG BUATLE

MAROONS WILL RESORT'
PLAY IN EFFORT TO
FROM TIGERS

TO OPEN
WIN

men are
lime-
to heady
s broth-
pass as-
t year.
tar ever
on the
coming
Big Ten
Biweek's
ne was
ate- last
onversa-
ate. He
all from
where
Cott has
ace the
s among

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Grim and ready, 30 University ofl
Chicago football players arrived at
Trenton, N. J., this morning, where
they will take a final signal drill and
remain until shortly before the whistle
is blown to start their big intersec-
tional game with Princeton on the
morrow.
Chicago Prepared on the Defense
Coach Alonzo Stagg has prepared his
proteges for the fray with the utmost
care. He fully realizes that the Mar-
oons must expect a bruising attack
on the line for one of the primary
rules of football, as the Easterners
play it, is to punish the line and tire
it out so that plays sent off tackle and
around the ends will not be broken up
by an opposing lineman.
The Princeton line idconceded to be
the strongeMt in the East both offen-
sively and defensively, and despite the
defeat suffered at the hands of the
Navy last Saturday, their backfield
me a are adepts at tearing through
the line on straight football plays.
In an attenpt to withstand this bruis-
ing offensive attack, the Maroon coach
has worked diligently to work up an
impregnable defense. The freshman
team, using Princeton plays, has been
put through dummy scrimmages with
the Varsity every day and each man
on the representative school team was
shown precisely what he had to do in
order to foil any attempted gains. Upon
the success of this defense depends
much of the Maroon chance for vic-
tory.
Overhead Game Stagg's Only Hope
On the offensive Chicago must de-
pend upon - a passing game to win.
With an opposing line such as the
Tigers possess, it would be foolhardy
to attempt to win by means of
straight football. Stagg appreciates
this fact and has taught his boys the
overhead style of play, 'using both long
and short passes as well as lateral
tosses in executing this sort of offense.
Spread formations and shifts, some-
what similar to the Minnesota shifts,
may be employed by the Chicagoans
tomorrow. It is only by spreading the
powerful Princeton line and thus de-
tracting from its effectiveness that the
Maroons can hope to gain offensively.
Warner Predicts Kicking Duel
Pop Warner, coach of the University
of Pittsburgh eleven and one of the
best students and coaches of football
in the country, is of the opinion that
the game will resolve itself into a
kicking duel and that the team which
takes advantage of the breaks or
openings will win. Lourie, the Tig-
ers' star booter, checked off of the in-
jured list and will again be in the line-

up. Much is expected of him. Cole
and Rommey, the Chicago punters,
must get distance to their kicks and
keep the ball out of the reach of re-
ceiving backs, if they are to serve
their team to the best possible ad-
vantage.
Princeton is Favored
Princeton rules as the favorite to-
day. Her eleven has been tried by
strong opponets, while the Chicago
team this season has met only weak
opposition anld then has performed
quite eratically. Coach Stagg and his
warriors appreciate fully what is ex-
pected to them if they are to win. They
have worked faithfully in preparation
for this, their big game, and are bent
upon making a good showing. Coach
Roper, of Princeton, is non-commit-
able. Although he seemed more con-
fident than the Maroon coaoh, he re-
fused to make any predictions what-
soever.
Try a Daily Want Ad. It pays.-Adv.
ADRIAN-ANN ARBORCBUS
SCHEDULE EFFECTIVE OCT. o, xg2
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Atums for the Game
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FRESH SHIPMENT
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8:o 2:05 ... Tecumseh ... 6:25 12:10
8:252:25'.......Clinton ......6:o5 1:5o
9:15 3:15.....Saline.....:15 11:00
945 3:45 Ar. Ann Arbor Lv. 4:45 1030
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SUNDAYS AND HOLIDAYS d Up
P.M P.M.
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4:05 .... Tecumnseh.,... 825
4:25 ...Clinton 8:05
5:5 . Saline .. 7:15
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STUDENTS WANTED

Ten men wanted to sell refreshme
in bleachers at Ohio Game. Report
Seely-Lumby Gar ge, 211 Cather
Street, any time after 11 o'clock Fred

Saturday 's Games

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"Wilson's "London"
IMPORTED OVERCOATS

West
Wisconsin vs. Illinois at Urbana.
Minnesota vs. Indiana at Minnesota.
Notre Dame vs. Nebraska at Notre
Dame.
East
Yale vs. Army at New Haven.
Harvard vs. Penn. State at Cam-
bridge.
Princeton vs. Chicago at Princeton.
Colgate vs. Cornell at Ithaca.
Penn vs. Virginia Military Ins. at
Philadelphia.
Columbia vs. Dartmouth at Han-
over.
Navy vs. West Virginia Wesleyan
at Annapolis.
Syracuse vs. Pitt at Pittsburgh.
Special Police Watch Ferry Field
Harry A. Tillotson, Andrew J. Bak-
er, Lorenzo Thomas, and Sid W. Mil-
lard were appointed by George E.
Lewis, mayor of Ann Arbor, to act
as special police at Ferry field until
Nov. 20. The committee wag ap-
pointed at the last meeting of the
city council.
f
Patronize Daily Advertisers .-Adv.

An All-Around Eleven
Let it be said here, that there is no
one big star on State's team this year.
Followers of the pigskin game are be-
ing treated to the best all-around ex-
hibition in many years, since Coach
Wilce shifted his men back to their
old places after his disastroustexperi-
ment with Oberlin.
On the line there are Huffman and
Spiers at tackles. Hiffman, last year's
Scarlet and Gray captain,' is going
to show his best season of football,

Warmth without Weight
And Style; they carry that
Snap which no other coat
can carry.
May we have the pleasure
of showing you these Gar-
ments..
No charge to you whatever
for a Look. It's a pleasure
to show such garments.

TINKER AND COMPANY
SOUTH STATE STREET AT WILLIAM STREET

AMON&
CO UiMN LAS S I F I COLUMN
CLOSES CLOSES
Ai8 P.M. l,,ADvER-risiNGD AT 3 P.M.

STUDENTS!
"Once to every man-" or
woman: A pair of tile
highest grade shoes and
oxfords at a guaranteed
saving of three or four
dollars. Visit my Sam-
ple Room at 712 First
Natonal Bank Building
and see for yourself-or call
2849-J for appointment.

CLOTHES - FURNISHINGS - HATS
Things different than you see elsewhere

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,WANTED LOST.
WANTED-Situation wanted. Sten- LOST-Pair of tortoise shell glasses
cgraphic,'or general office position. between Geddes Ave. and High
Girl, University graduate, excellent School. Finder please call 1545-W,
preparation, two years experience, or return to .1308 Geddes. Reward.
Lane hall. Phone 823.. 22-3i. 23

WANTED-Student (male) who speaks
German to coach student of German;
Monday and Wednesday at 3, Tues-
day and Thursday at 4. State qual-
ifications and rate per hour. Address
Box A. iG. S., Daily.4 23
WANTED-Two fellows to join in an
automobile tour to Urbana. Will
start Friday noon, Oct. 28th. $15.
round trip. Call 2839-M. 21-3

WANTED- Five tickets -for G..
game in north or south stand.
2480-w.

S. U.
Call
23-2

WANTED-Roommate. One half block
from campus. 1122 Washtenaw
Ave. 23-2
WANTED-Student washing and iron-
ing. Call y2569. 110 N. Ingalls
St. 22-4
WANTED-A number of tickets for
the Ohio game. Call Neale at 2999.
22-2
WANTED-Four tickets, two together,
for O. S. U. game. Call 2357-W. 22-2
WANTED-Two tickets for 0. S. U.
game. -Call Zinn, 1217-J. 23-2
WANTED-Two good tickets for 0. S.
U. game. Phone 1582-. 23
WANTED-Two tickets for the Ohio
game. Phone 1452-R. 22-2
WANTED- Single ticket to 0. S. U.
game. Phone 284. 23-2
WANTED-Two tickets for the 0. S. U.
game. Phone 1700. 22-2
FOR SALE
FOR SALE-B flat cornet at 5 bar-
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LOST-Log Log Slide Rule and case in
Chemistry Bldg. Name P. S. Day is
Inside case. Call P. S. Day, phone
1901-3J. 2
LOST-Slide rule. Name E. F. Moore
on cover. Call 2217-3. $10.00 re-
ward. 22
LOST--Grey purse containing check
and currency. Call 2325. Reward.
22-3
LOST-Slide rule. Name E. F. Moore
on case. Call 2217-J. $10 reward. 22-2
LOST-A large Parker fountain pen.
Finder please call 1457-R. 21-4
MISCELLANEOUS
STUDENTS of character and ability
desiring work for next summer
which means development and unus-
ual guaranteed financial returns,
write L. L., for personal inter-
view. 21-3
FURNITURE at 10 per cent discount.
Entire stock of new and second hand
goods reduced until Oct. 24th. The
St. Clair Shop, 309-11 No. Fourth
Ave. Phone 454. - 22-2
PIANO TUNING-Call 715-J. Victor
Allmendinger. Tuner for University
School of Music and big musical
events. Office at 418 No. Division
St. 22-2
FOR RENT'
FOR RENT - Share in large front
suite. Steam heat. Desks. Plenty
of hot water. Also room-mate
wanted for double room. Phone
1194-M. 422 E. Washington. 22-3
FOR RENT-Single room for gentle-
man. Near campus. 516 Mack Road.
Between Wilmont and Elm. 23-2

O VER COA7
WEEK
We are showing this week
A Virgin Wool Coat in the New Ulster
at X30
A Ful Line of Fancy Back Coats at
$30 toa40

Sheep Lined and Leathers at

$ 15.00 and up

It will pay

you-

to look at our Coats before you buy.

Everyone

NEW STYLES

says we have "the coats" at the right price.
LET US SHOW YOU
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