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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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IMPORTANT GAMES ON
GRID CARD SATRDA
NORTHWESTERN, PURDUE MEET
IN YEAR'S BIG GAME
FOR BOTH
While Chicago and Ohio State are
fighting on Stagg field Saturday to de-
termine which is to survive in thel
Big Ten race, and Iowa meets Min-
nesota in a game which the Hawkeyes
must take to remain in the running,
Purdue and Northwestern clash at La-

fayette in the most important game on
either team's schedule. Neither the
Boilermakers nor the Purple have dis-
played a powerful eleven this year
and both teams have been used as
stepping stones for the stronger Con-
'ference aggregations.

Purdue has yet to win its first game
of the season although against Iowa
'ast week the Boilermakers made a
stand which has caused many dopsters
to qnestion the strength of Howard
Jones' boys.
Like Purdue, Northwestern has not
won a Big Ten game this year and has
but a single victory over Depauw col-
lege to its credit. Northwestern has

met with more severe reverses by Big I
Ten elevens than Purdue and if the
two teams splay according to form the
latter should be returned winners.
Illinois will take things easy with
with Depauw. The Indiana eleven has
been going strong but should prove
no match for Zuppke's men. Zuppke
is planning to scout the Ohio-Chicago
game in order to plan his defense for
the remainder of his schedule which
calls for games with both the Buck-
eyes and the Maroons.
Wisconsin is taking a rest before
the game with Michigan. Richards
expects a great fight from the Wol-
verines but is also pointing his men

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for the Chicago game on Nov. 19. The
forward pass formations are being
used extensively by the Cardinal men-
tor.
Intramural Items
Today's soccer schedule. At 3
o'clock, Theta Chi vs. Phi Sigma Delta,!
Sinfonia vs. Sigma Nu; at 3:30 o'clock,
Delta Tau Delta vs. Phi Delta Chi,
Fresh lits vs. Soph Its.
Entries for the fraternity cross
country are now open.
Patronize Daily Advertisers.-Adv.
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TED BANKS
For the past few days, Banks, star
Wolverine quarterback, has been mov-
ing about without the aid of a cane.
The midget pilot is expected to round
into shape rapidly and may be able to
appear in the line-up against Wis-
consin.
In 1894, "Dr." Naegle, janitor of the
Medical school, was the only surviv-
or left on the campus who had been
connected with it at its beginning.
Spalding
ARfor Sport
Whether you play foot ball,
basket ball, or indulge in
any athletic sport, Spalding
implements will give most
satisfaction.
Send for catalogue
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TEAM USES GHOSTi
BILL A ND LIGHTSI
Two Weeks Intermission Between,
Games Aids Trainers in Round.
ing Men Into Shape
WHERE WILL CAPPON PLAY
IS MUCH ASKED QUESTIOW

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Electric lights and the ghost ball,
are now figuring in the daily practice
of the football squad. With the change
in the time, darkness descends' one
hour earlier and in order not to los
any of the valuable time before the
Wisconsin game, artificial light is be-
ing furnished by four powerful search-
lights and a series of ordinary lamps
around the field.
Intermission is a Godsend .
The two weeks intermission betwee
games is proving a godsend to the
coaches. With the rest, it is expect-
ed that the entire squad will be i
perfect physical condition. Member
of the hospital list are recovering and
by the middle of the week will all b
in uniforms. .-Usher has been practic
ing all week, as has Kipke. Both have
been running about and apparentl
are not hampered in the least as a re-
sult of their recent injuries. Banks
is only member of the cripple clas
that is not in uniform. He is about
however, without the use of a can
but has not yet donned his uniform.
Other regulars are in good shape
Roby, somewhat the worse for wea
after the Illinois game, will be all
right to renew his plunging. As yet
he has not. been out following last
Saturday's game, but his condition i
not at all serious.
Where Will Cappon Playl
It is not likely that there will be4
any radical changes in the line-up
within the next week. Undoubtedly
the same men will be used as have
seen action in the Ohio and Illinois
games. Barring further injuries, Kipk
will probably begin in the backfield
Just where Cappon will play is a mat
ter of conjecture. So valuable a uin
plunger did he prove himself to be lii
he certainly will be called upon
carry the ball against Wisconsi
Whether he will play in the backfiel
all the time or only be called bac
from the line when they wish himto
carry the ball is the question. -
' Who the other backs will be wilt
not be known until late next week.
With line plungers such as Cappon,
Roby, and Usher, fast end runners a
Steketee and Kipke, quarterbacks a
Banks and Uterits, and other back as-
pirants as Searle, Knode, Dean, Gun
ther, and Fairbairn, competition iir
back of the line is keen and makes
final positions much unsettled. The
line problem will not be as great in
this respect.
At Leland Stanford university, th
faculty organized a baseball team and
defeated the University'team. This wa
back in '95.

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