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CROSS COUNTRY TEAM TO
ENTER MEET AT LANSING

FARRELL WILL TAKE 12
COMPETE FOR STATE
ORS SATURDAY

MEN TO
RON.

Saturday morning Coach Steve Far-
rell and12tmembers of the Varsity
cross country squad will leave for
East Lansing to take part in the an-
nual cross country run for the state
championship title. Six men, Captain
Penberthy, Standish, Chute, Whitte-
more, Marston and Bowen, will run
for the Varsity, while the remaining
six, composed of Arndt, Earhartt,
Smith, Purcell, Reaick and McCullough
will compete against the Aggie re-
serve team.

Farmers' Strong
The meet will be held over the five~
mile course of the Farmers' and ten
entries have been placed on the lists.
They are: University of Michigan, two
teams; M. A. C., two teams; Western
State Normal, Kalamazoo, Alma, Al-
bion, Ypsilanti, and Detroit Junior col-
lege. The Aggies have an unusually
strong team this year. Every mair
who ran last year is back again this
fall. Last year the Farmer harriers
copped the state title, defeated the
Notre Dame runners by a perfect.
score, and placed eighth in the Big
Ten meet.
On Nov. 12, the Harphan trophy.race
will be held instead of on Thanksgiv-
ing day as originally planned. This is
a five-mile run open to all who are
eligible to compete. The start and fin-
ish will be at the Ferry field club
house. The first six men across the
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tape in this grind will be taken toi
Bloomington, Indiana, for the Confer-t
ence run on the following week. Be-
sides this trip, the first six will receive
jerseys with the "CCC" across the
front. The winner of the run will
have his name inscribed on the trophy
which is now in the Waterman gym-
nasium, and will also be awarded a
silver cup. The second and third men
will likewise win silver cups for their
efforts.
Freshmen Run Nov. 12
November 12 will also be a big day
for the yearlings, for it is on that date
that the annual freshman run will be
held. The first six men to cross the
finish line will be awarded numerals,
and as in the case of the Varsity run
held on the same day, the first three
members will be given cups. At pre-
sent Isbell looks to be the best bet
for the freshmen, and if he improves
in the next two weeks as he has in the
beginning of the season, he bids fair
to beat the record made by Harry
Davis last year, when he traveled the
three-mile course in the fast time of
14 minutes and 47 seconds.
Reinke, Zinn, Aunstuz, McFarland
and Spedding are other new men who
appear to be In line to run for the Var-
sity next fall.
Vit s of Sport
Lafayette has developed a new plan
to guard here eleven from hostile
scouts. In addition to watching the
gates, men have been posted on the
hills adjoining the gridiron with in-
structions to keep all strangers on the
move. So far this season Lafayette
has stuck to straight football, but it is
expected that Coach Sutherland's pro-
teges will uncork some trick plays
during the course of next Saturday's
game with Penn.
Illinois Alumni Contribute
Ten alumni of the University of Il-
linois living in New York, have each
pledged $10,060 toward the completion
bf the Illini memorial stadium. It is
estimated that the structure will cost
$2,500,000 of which sum the students
have already raised $1,000,000.
Tigers Ready for Hrvard
Beginning Monday Princeton start-
ed its final drill for the game next
Saturday with the Crimson. Lourie
and Garrity were back in uniforms and
for the first time this year the Tigers
will be able to present their strong-
est team. Coach Bill Roper was ex-
ceedingly pleased with the practice
and spent most of his time in coach-
ing Baker and Kensmith, the drop-
kickers. The punters who failed so
miserably last Saturday also came in
for their share of attention, as did
Captain Keck, a wizard at place kick-
ing last year, who missed two attempts
from the 40 yard line during the last
game.
Dartmouth Rebuilds Team
With the overwhelming defeat at the
hands of Cornell last Saturday, 59-7,
a thing of the past, Dartmouth yester-
day began the task of rebuilding her
eleven for the Penn, Syracuse, and
Georgia games. No alibis are offered
for last Saturday's showing; the cen-
ter of the line was weak and Cornell
made the most of the fact. Recogniz-

ing this, Head Coach Cannel is de-1
termined to entirely reconstruct tha
part of the line. A hard task faces
Cannel inasmuch as Carpenter, Ed-
wards, Hawkes, and Neidlinger are all
out due to injuries received in the
Cornell game. ~
Harvard Backs Out
Harvard will go into the Princeton
game next Saturday minus the services
of two of her backs. Gehrke, star of
last year's fresh, and Rouillard will be
out of the game as a result of the fray
with Centre last Saturday. It is pos-
sible that Gehrke will be back for the
Yale game. The scrubs, using Piince-
ton plays were sent against the Var-
sity in a short scrimmage on Monday,
but were unable to make much ground
against the first string men. The ru-
mor that a break had occurred with
Centre was denied and it was further
stated that the Colonels had been ask-
ed for a game next year.
Champions Satisfy McGraw
Manager John McGraw, of the New
York Giants, is well satisfied with his
world's championship -baseball team.
Before leaving last night on a southern
vacation trip he announced that he
would keep the organization intact for
the 1922 season.
More than 30,000 persons are e
pected to attend the Maroon-O. S.
game next Saturday afternoon on
Stagg field, Chicago.
U. of D. After Centre
Athletic officials of the University of
Detroit are attempting to arrange a
post season game with Centre college
to be played in Detroit on Thanksgiv-
ing day. They have offered the "Pray-
ing Colonels" a much larger guarantee
than they received from Harvard and
are anxious to have the teamwhich
defeated the Crimson eleven accept the
invitation.
William Heston, captain of the '04
Varsity football team, was presented
with a watch as a token of esteem for
his services.
In 1904 President Angell predicted
that the University would have 12,000
students in 33 years time.
ADRIAN-ANN ARBOR BUS
SCHEDULE EFFECTIVE OCT. 10, 1921
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SUNDAYS AND HOLIDAYS
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START IT RIGHT
7:30 Breakfast
12:00 Luneh
6:00 Dinner
END IT RIGHT
LUNCH AT THE
STUDENT LUNCH
409 EAST JEFFERSON

SUTTON AMAZES GRVV
BY BILLIARD PLAYING
ARMLESS CUE EXPERT GIVES
EXHIBITION OF HIS SKILL
AT UNION
George H. Sutton, the armless won-
der, amazed his audience by his bil-
liard exhibition at the Union yester-
day. His playing was not only re-
markable because of the fact that he
did not have the use of his hands but
also because of his unusual ability to
perform many fancy shots as well as
the ordinary ones.
Makes Fancy Shots
An exhibition game of straight rail
billiards was played in which Mr.
Sutton made several long runs but his
fancy shots were what surprised the
spectators most. He showed many
unusual shots but his massees were
his best. At one time"he made bil-
liards one right after the other so fast
that it was impossible to fount them.
The absence of his hands are an ad-
vantage in the massee he says for
hands are in the way in this shot. The
bridge hand is usually held below the
other but Mr. Sutton is able to re-
verse this order, having the propell-I

all sides, while others can make them!
from one side only.
This remarkable man showed that
E the accusation made by liis opponents
that he was unable to make a hard
shot or a delicate one was absolute-
ly unfounded. In making the delicate
shot he made what was almost a mis-
cue, touching the ball with only the
edge of his cue.
Special Bridge Used
In most of his shots he used a spe-
cial bridge which often he balanced
ron his knee while he handled the
shortened cue with dexterity seldom
seen even in a man possessing the use!
of both hands. For shorter shots he
held thecuehbetween his arms with
end against his chest.
Schedule for Today's Tourney Games
Thursday's games in interfraternity
soccer are scheduled as follows: 3:30
o'clock, Zeta Beta Tau vs. Delta Up-
silon, Trigon vs. Zeta Psi; 4 o'clock,
Phi Kappa Sigma vs. Beta Theta Pi.
Interclass soccer games for today
are: 4 o'clock, all-medics vs. all-
dents, junior engineers vs. senior en-
gineers.
Friday's schedule in the interfra-
ternity league is as follows: 3:30
o'clock, Sinfonia vs. Sigma Nu, Delta
Tau Delta vs. Phi Delta Chi; 4
o'clock, Theta Chi vs. Phi Sigma
Delta.

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