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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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THE -IRON COUNTY CLUB
MEETS TONIGHT AT 7:30 - LANE HALL
NEW STUDENTS URGED TO BE PRESENT.
After the Shon>
T H E --ta-
"HUNGER CURE
SANDWICH"
S HO P or a.
"HOT WAFFLE"
NUNNALLY'S MRS. GRAF"S
600 E. Liberty
SPOEHR'S CANDIES

Michigan 's Wonder Coach, And A Pair Of Injured
Stars Who Will Be Ready To Battle Zuppke's Best

ILLiNI SET FOR
MICHIGAN BATTLE
Zuppke to Send Green But Powerful
Team Against Men of
Yost
POOR CONDITION HANDICAPS
CARNEY, CRANGLE AND OTHERS

Urbana,i1nois, Oct. 26.-With gates
closed to all but a select few, Bob
Zuppke is driving his men, through
one of their most strenuous weeks this
season in an effort to beat Michigan.
His chances seem to be better in this
game than in any other because he will
have more of his first string men avail-
able and because his green material
has picked up valuable experience in
the two previous games.
His line-up in the line will not be
radically shifted for the Michigan
game. Carney and Wilson will prob-
ably play the ends. Wilson is a rangy,
inexperienced e built much on Car-
ney's lines.
Drayer, a sophomore, at tackle is
in much the same class. He and his
companion tackle were the only play-
ers to stay in the line-up throughout
the Wisconsin game. Olander at the
other tackle is known as the most
consistent man on the team.
Mohr-and,.Anderson or Vogel and
Anderson will play the guards, the
alternate going to center. Anderson
is heavy and a born fighter.
(Ccontinued on Page Five)

Let's

Eat

You students who burn the midnight
oil need a bite before retiring.
Come in and we will have it for you!

Left: "Gob" Wilson, veteran guard, who is to be back at his old post
when Maize and Blue meets Blue and Gold on Saturday. Center: Harry
Kipke, Michigan's sensational halfback, whose absence during the greater
part of the game with Ohio State was a great factor in the final outcome.
Right: Fielding Harry Yost, for 20 years mentor of Wolverine teams, to
whose defense thousands are rallying in denial of charges that he has
"seen his day."
PICTURES OF FOOTBALL MEN

STUDENT ANSWERS
TUBBS' COMPLAINTS

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If Sir Water Raleigh
were living to-day
he'd hesitate a long time before throwing
down a Kuppenheimer Overcoat.
The coats we are showing for Thanksgiv-
ing are too beautiful first of all -- and with
that said we are not thru; THEY HAVE
TOO MUCH VALUE - 1922 Value to
be turned down by any man.
DON'T PAY MORE than we ask for a Kup-
penheimer - it's unnecessary - it's a
waste of money -- you cannot get more -
why try?
KUPPENHEIMER
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the weather - and the scenery
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(Continued from Page One)
Mr. Tubbs' overlooks the fact that
Michigan's weak offense gained .123
yards to a-total of 114 for Ohio State.
He doesn't know that the Michigan
plays were new ones, and that even
with old plays, teams can win.
Let me put some"' rhetorical ques-
tions. Was it the coach's fault that
Kipke was injured early in the game?
Was it the coach's fault that Ted
Banks, Eddie Usher,t sDonWieman,
Leroy Neisch, and other stars had to
watch the game fron\ the sidelines on
account of injuries?
Princeton was supposed to have as
good prospects in the East as Mich-,
igan in the West.' They have lost two
games, and like Michigan they will
lose more, if any number of their stu-
dent body have the same kind of
spirit as some men at Michigan.-
Cheering at the game has little
effect upon the result, but it actually
reflects the condition of that student
body for he week previous. If we had
been a mad, fighting bunch of stu-
dents, the cheer leaders couldn't have
stopped the noise, but it was a ques-
tion of poor spirit for the past week.
That had its effect upon the. team. It
will have. its effect upon this week's
team, if the morale here is not in-
stantly changed. The Michigan team
cannot give its best if from every side
they hear dissenting and disloyal!
voices.
The people that are now criticizing;
are doing more to produce losing foot- I
ball teams than anyone else. Do you,
hear Minnesota "crabbing" at their de-
feat by Ohio when they were just as
confident of a championship as we
were. Or. how about Ohio. You heard
no such outbursts from them when
they lost to a third rater like Oberlin.
How about Pittsburgh with Warner or
Illinois with Zuppke. They are behind!
the coaches. When men at Michigan
cheer as strongly for a losing team
as for a winning team, well have a
chance. We want loyal rooters at
Illinois this Saturday-rooters' who
haven't been crabbing all week but
who have been urging the team to bet-
ter work. And then with a great spir-
it behind the team and encouraging
them on, we'll have a chance, but we
won't if this spirit of dissention per-
sists.
THORNTON W. SARGENT, JR., '22.
WIN FROM ILLINOISI
BUY A "SPECIAL" TICKET NOWT

FORMER STUDENTS STUDY
ARCHITECTURE IN ITALY
Prof. Emil Lorch of the college of
engineering and architecture has re-
ceived word from A. E. Roemer, '21A,
and R. V. Gay, '21A, that they are now
traveling in Italy for the purpose of
studying the architectural works of
thal-'country. The two men, with H.
W. Wachter, '23A, volunteered their
services to the French government
last summer, paying all their expenses
and receiving no remuneration for
several months' work in connection
with the reconstruction of French
buildings destroyed during the year.
WIN FROM ILLINOIS1
BU'Y A "SPECIAL" TICKHET NOW!1

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Said a visiting father after taking
dinner at the "Y" Inn with his son:
"Gee Son, I'm glad you are eating at
the Y' Inn. Your meals are just like we
have at home."
It's true, too!

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