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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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BUCKEYE WARRIORS BATTLE MAROONS er, Ohio State's regular fullback, and r
IN IMPORTANT CONFERENCE CONTEST Bryan, the Chicago regular right
for their tussle. Ohio State rules as
Chicago faces Ohio State in the cru- ed alongsit< of each other for three a 5 to 4 favorite this morning, but tolucSTATE 1o11±oTODAY
al game of the Big Ten conference years. too much stress should not be laid
this afternoon. The Buckeye and the The Maroon team also boasts of a on this fact as it may be partially at- TWO CROSS COUNTRY TEAMS ARE
Maroon elevens constitute two of thet ddh ENTERED IN ANNUAL RACE f
four remaining undefeated conference veteran front, but not quite as long Scarlet and Grey supporters. AT LANSING
teams and for this reason their strug- in Big Ten experience as the Buck- _
eyes. However, the Maroon eleven can FRNC
gle this afternon is regarded as-be- pay ofet the diffeee o FRENCHTRIP, PROF. HALL'S Members of the two cross country e
g so significant. perience in past seasons by the fact SUBJECT AT CHURCH SUPPER teams leave for M. A. C. at 8 o'clock i
Veterans Start for Ohio that they have had much stiffer op- this morning to take part in the an- B
The Buckeyes form one of the most position than Ohio State thus far this Prof. Louis P. Hall of the dental nual five-mile grind between the col-
seasoned elevens that ever entered in season. The experience gained in the college will be the speaker at the and Captain Penberthy are both con- d
a Big Ten conference race. Nine of Princeton contest should serve the nxt Harris hall supper for Episcopal fident that the Wolverines will be well
the eleven men expected to start to- Maroons in good stead this after- students at 6 o'clock tomorrow night. pint the nesfillcbunwels l
morrow were regulars on the 1920 noon. He will tell of his recent visit to tuken. Crot when the final countins
championship team, and most of Buckeyes Favored °T France, made last summer as a rep- his d k of this season. He fin-
ese mextare seniors who have play- Aside from the injuries of Honak- resentative of the Rotary club. i hed a close second to Furnas in the f
Purdue meet, and was but six seconds d
behind McGinnis, the winner of the Y
triangle run last week at Urbana. t
At No Time Have Prices Ever Approached the Runners in Condition
Captain Penberthy, Standish, Mars--n
Ll Find i This Se ati l ton, Whittemore and Bowen are all
LowLimits ou Wiind inT isSensaionain fine condition, and promise to make I
the Aggle runners extend themselvesG
to the limit. Arndt, Earhart, Smith, b
Purcell, Reaick and McCullough willr
be the members of the reserve teamm
sposSale o en s that will1also run in the race. r
There will be about 70 -runners en-a
tered in the meet. The Aggies haver
entered three teams, and Coach Far-o
competition is also expected from Kal-t
9mazoo college and Western Stateg
t T ifi Undes MadNormal, while Alma and Albion area
The Most erri n erpricings a e in ought to have strong squads.
Aggle Homecomings
Ann Arbor. Values You Can Never Duplicate After the run, which will be held at
1:30 o'clock in the afternoon, the men
will witness the football struggle be-v
tween the Farmer eleven and Southo
Here are Some forTodayDakota. It will be homecoming day t
for the Aggies and the officials in d
charge will no doubt keep the visitorsa
busy while they are there.a
GoodShirtsas Low as63C $3Hats ..r........... 9c Atlantic Passage Record Broken f
New York, Nov. 4.-Commodore Sirb
Bertram Hayes, D. S. 0., R. N. R.,t
said Wednesday that the White Starc
liner Olympic, which arrived Tuesday,c
Neckwear almost at Half- Good Sturdy Hose, 2nem
allcoors ....oil fuel by making in 5 days and 20e
/Price. a co" rsf.......... hours, westward from Cherbourg to
'Pic .New York in spite of two days badt
weather.
Aa.SPatronize our Advertisers.-Adv.t
Fine Sheepskin
Arrow Collars, 3 for .. 0C,
Coats ......" . ..............
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Sweaters, Half-Price, and Lys
One-Thid Less.Laundry Cases that !
One-Third Less. a -
' -' AT SMOKE DRINK .U
R D$2 priced here at .. - REST AND PLAY
" a All Hicigan men are 't
Athletic Underwear as "Megnmnae.
AtaC invited, requested and ex- 1
low as . ...VV ... ..
lw as..pected to make use of .
Lab. Coats and Aprons,
Two-Piece Suits, each. C about One-Half Price
$5end 6 Hts$ 1.15 Pajamas at much less than . ylli :
$y5 and $6 Hats BILIRD CGAS A-IE
_ Cost.' r t y
Students by the Hundreds are Buying This

Ted Banks Returns In Football Togs
As Yost Drills Hen Under Arc Lamps

(By Wallace F. Elliott)
Let the voice of the ardent football
an be raised unto the hills! Let his.
all be heard in the valleys; And let
hill and valley alike send back the
cho until it can be heard in the grid-
iron camp of far Wisconsin.. "Ted
Banksaisback!"
Banks in Uniform
With the return to uniform yester-
day of the plucky little Wolverine pi-
ot Michigan's squad is now as de-
void of cripples as an orange tree of
pineapples. To be sure, all of the
men of the Maize and Blue out in uni-
orm are not in perfect physical con-
dition, but a week remains before
Yost's eleven takes the field against

In short, that football team of furs
is a happy bunch. They're not over-
confident. Far from it. They know
full well the strength of those men of
Wisconsin who have met and downed
three Conference teams with ease.
They know full well that to win from
the Badgers will be a task worthy of
the greatest team in the Big Ten, They
know,'and they are ready to "do their
durndest."

What happens in those secret prac-
tices only those immediately concern-
ed are in a position to state-and
they wont. But Michigan is~preparIng.
Late hours, and the glow of are lamps
over the walls of Ferry field can testify
to that.

he Badgers, and that week will do
a world of good toward putting every
man in the best possible shape.
A sentinel stood before the gates of
Ferry field yesterday, as has been the
case each day this week, and turned
back all comers. Many a roundabout
route was employed before access'
was finally gained and the sidelines
reached. Thereupon, a reverse was
again met, and the reporter-set -scur-
rying. He made his goal the sanctum
of the club house from a window in
which he watched player after player
trot out across the cinders to the
gridiron. A westerly wind of remark-
able strength drove down across the
feld, carrying booted balls for long
stretches of 70 and 80 yards.
Trainers Kept Busy
Not for long, however, was the
watcher allowed to remain. The eye
of "Archie" Hahn was proof against
that. He invaded the privacy of the
dressing rooms, where an air of cheer
and optimism pervades the warmth
and the delicate odor of mud-stained
garments. That dressing room is a
far more cheerful place than it has
been for many a day. Laughter, whis-
tling, and the hilarity of healthy youth
can be easily heard above splashing
of the showers and the slap, slap, slap
of the trainer as he massages stiffen-
ed muscles and grins the while.
The rattle of cleated shoes across
the cement. A breath of cold air.
"For the love of Mike, shut that
door!" Another has departed across
the cinders to the field of honor. Over
in the corner a figure strains at a
troublesome jersey. "Rey, pull this
darned thing on, somebody!" "Some-
body" jumps to the aid of the troubled
one. "Thanks!
SENIOR LIT SOCCER TRYOUTS
MEET AT FERRY FIELD TODAY

F

Ossi P
Gabrilowitsch
and the
Detroit
Symphony
Orchestra
with five gifted
SOLOISTS
will give
FIVE
ORCHESTRA-ARTIST
PIkOGRAMS
BRILLIANT
BUT NOT
HIGHBROW,
IN W
HILL
AUDITORIUM
THIS
SEASON
AS FOLLOWS
TUESDAY, NOV. 8
Estelle Liebling,
Soprano
MONDAY, DEC, 12
Raoul Vi das,

Senior lit soccer tryouts will meet
at 10 o'clock Saturday morning at
the intramural clubhouse, Ferry field.
Those who cannot report for this prac-
tice game can telephone Fenwick at
1719-R, as to whether they can play
in the scheduled game Tuesday with
the junior lits.

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MONDAY, JAN. 23
Ossip
Gabr lowitsch,
Pianist

SENIOR NOTICE
Due to the "deadline" for sen-
for pictures having been advanc-
ed from Nov. 27 to Nov. 19, there
.are only 15 days left in which
to have them taken.
Because of engraving contract
it Is impossible to give any ex-
tension of time on these pictures.

MONDAY, FEB. 20
Hans Kindler,
Ceist
MONDAY, MAR. 2
Benedetson
Netzorg,

Pianist

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