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THE MJCHI tA DALY -

IN V

nples .ast, Princeton feats'
3, Ohio Chicago, On Saturday

Old King Football presented his fol-
lowers with an array of royal exhibi-
tions last Saturday which, for their
thrilling episodes, surpassed even the
fondest of expectations.
Foremost in the eastern pArtio 4of
hid realm was that bitterly contested
and historical fray between Princeton
and Harvard. In the west, the Ohio
State-Chicago conflict was the great
center of attraction. In addition, two
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for a touchdown. In the final mom-
ent of play, Keck, the Princeton cap-
tain, added three more points to the
team's total by negotiating a pretty
drop-kick from the 42 yard line, T1I s
Princeton ended its ten year vigil,
ended it in a blaze of glory and thrills
that made today's game the.most sen-
sational played in the east this sea-
son O
Ohio Trampled Chicago

*WITH HIS RUNNERIS
Cross Country Team Defeats Powerful
Aggie Squad in Annual State
Title Race
CHUTE LEADS MIEN TO TAPE;
CAPT. THURSTON, M. A. C., qND
Coach Steve Farrell is proud of his
cross country team, and justly so. His
team of five men defeated the veteran
Aggie team last Saturday in the annu-
al state run held at East Lansing, by a
29-38 score. The Farmers had five
men who were members of last year's
team, which copped the state title.
They were out to repeat again this
year, and did not think that Steve's
men would be able to keep them from
so doing. They know differently.
Chute Leads Men to Tape
Chute, the winner of the five-mile

grind, covered the cqurse in 20 miu-
utes and 40 seconds, clipping 20 sec-
onds from the time made by the win-
ner last year. Two Aggie men, Cap-
tain Thurston and Adolph, followed
the Michigan star across the finish
line, and Arndt drafted from the re-
serves to the Varsity just previous to
the race, was fourth. Huston and
Brendel, veteran Farmers, came behind
Arndt, and then the Wolverines har-
riers began their rush. Whittemore
was the next, followed by Standish,
Bowen and Penberthy,
More than 50 men were entered in
the race and all, even the reserves of
the Aggies and Wolverines, started at
the tape together. Chute had little
trouble in securing the lead and held
it throughout the greater part of the
run. The Aggie reserves defeated the
second string men of Steve, but the
positions in which the men finished
have not yet been sent in.
Freshman Squad Holds Trials
While the Varsity was winning its
race, the freshmen were holding their
final tryout before the annual run

which will he heldon Satur4ay, Is-
bell, again placed first and Reinke
was second, Isbell out epven seconds
from his time of last week, making the
three miles in 13 minutes and 7 sec-
onds. Reinke was 21 seconds behind
the former Albion runners. The other
men in the count finished in the fol-
lowing order: Nicholson, Amstutz,
Zinn, and Goldsmith. The largest
squad of tho year turned out for the
yearling run, more than 30 being .pres,
ent.
A large line of Xmas novelties, just
received. See window display. The
Palais Royal, 304 S. Main St.-Adv.
Don't forget to pay your Daily sub-
scription.-Adv.
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ADRIAN-ANN ARBOR BUS
SCHEDULE FFECTIV OCT. io, 19:

imreuU gms e a U In the west, Ohio State's polished
varied number of other gridiron con- football machine vanquished the pow-
fabs contributed to what has already erful Chicago eleven by the scant mar-
been commonly accepted as the best gin of a solitary touchdown, and that
all-around program presented this as a result of a fake play opportunity
season. executed. The game was marked by
Tigers Overcome Would Be Tamer dogged and spirited fighting from
The Princeton Tiger, for the first start to finish and neither team seem-
time in ten years, snapping and snarl- ed to, have the edge until the final
ing, fought and conquered the interpid quarter. Then by employing that same
Harvard Crimson master and would-be resourcefulness and verstality, that
tamer in a struggle that will long be something seemingly always in reserve
remembered by the 50,000 people who which has characterized the play of
had the good fortune of being witness- Ohio elevens for the last three seasons,
es. For three periods the contest was the Buckeyes triumphantly and much
void of any scoring. Then, with but to the bewilderment of their oppon-
five minutes remaining before the close ents, marched 63 yards for the lone
of the game, Owen, of Harvard, sent touchdown of, the game. Although
a drop-kick betwen the uprights from Captain Meyers, of the Buckeyes, was
the thirty-three yard line, giving his responsible for his team's only mark-
teammates a three point vantage, er, Johnny Stuart, the elusive succes-
which at that stage looked as big as sor to Harley and Stinchcomb, was the
a million. However, it was here that true hero of the contest.
the Tiger spirit asserted itself. With West Vanquishes East
but two minutes remaining the Prince- In the two intersectional games
ton aggregation resorted. to passing played, Notre Dame and Nebraska, the
and Gilroy did the unexpected by two westerdi representatives went
snapping a pass and racing 50 yards (Continued on Page Eight)

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