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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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ELLINGI MARCELLINGI Wilson-Dimattia. 340 S. State St. Over
MARCELLING I Cushing Drug Store. Phone 2939-M.-
cial price on ear muffs. Florence Adv.

Eastern Football Coaches Oppose Use
Of Middle Western Backfield Shift

"At the Sign of the Flying

Bee "

Eastern football coaches have at-
tacked the shift plays, employed by
Western elevens, with such fury that
a final ruling upon this style of play
may result when the football heads

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get together. Chief among the opon-
ents of the shift are Maj. Charley
Daly of the Army and J. Foster
Stanford of Rutgers. Teams coached
by both of these Eastern gridiron1
mentors were the victims of Notre
Dame's shifting offense last week.
The Army has come to regard their
annual fray with Notre Dame as a
certain trouncing and Major Daly is
loud in his protest against Coaclr
Rockne's style of play. Coach Stan-
ford, whose Rutgers eleven fell before
Notre Dame 48 to 0 has taken issue
against the West's offense and togeth-
er with Major Daly is sponsoring a
rule prohibiting the shift as an of-
fensive weapon.
Notre Dame Penalized
In the recent game between Notre
Dame and the Army the Western elev-
en was penalized nearly 100 yards for
alleged beating of the ball. Coach Daly
wanted to change officials between
halves, because they refused to pen-
alize the Irish every time they used
their shift. The Army mentor even
came upon the field to protest, but the
West Pointers were not penalized for
this infringement of the rules. In the
Rutgers contest Coach Stanford told
the officials that eleven was not us-
ing legal formations and that it'
should be penalized five yards everyI
time the backfield shifted. Had it not
been for this constant penalization,
Notre Dame would have won by even

Eastern idea, there is not a team in
this part of the country, employing the
shift, that would not suffer heavy
penalities. Chicago, Ohio State, Illi-
nois, Minnesota and Michigan would
have to change their style of play to
conform with the Eastern notion.
Andy Smith's California eleven, con-
querors of Ohio State last year, and
the strongest eleven on the coast, uses
many complex shift formations.
"The shift plays as employed by a
number- of teams, Notre Dame partic-
ularly, are illegal," Coach Stanford
said. "They are contrary to the spir-
it of the rules and give an offensive
eleven a great advantage. Not only
must the feet be stationary, but the
bodies also must be rigid."
Notre Dame Game Off
As a result of the heated argument
between Notre Dame and West Point
players and Major Daly's attitude the
intersectional contests between the
Hoosiers and Cadets will be discontin-
ued. Should the Eastern heads re-
fuse to recognize the shift plays there
will be difficulty in the future inter-
sectional games. Negotiations between
Western schools and the universities
of the East are now pending for, con-
tests next year. Legislation upon the

disputed shift will be necessary if all
of the games- are arranged. The West
has become the recognized superior of
the East in the last two years andsthe'
shift has been an important cog in
Western victories over its rivals. An
unbalanced line with a shifted back-
field has met with almost universal
success.
Intramural Items

Following is the schedule for the!
coming week in the soccer league:
Monday at 3:30 o'clock, Delta Chi vs.
Phi Delta Theta; Phi Gamma Delta:
vs. Alpha Sigma Phi; Sigma Nu vs.
Beta Theta Pi. At 4 o'clock, Fresh-
man Engineers, Underwood, 2739-M,
vs. Junior Engineers, Eland, 1460;
Architects, Andrus, 348-R, vs. Sopho-
more Lits, Cy Arner, 558.
Tuesday at 3:30 o'clock, Freshman
Lits, Brownfield, 355, vs. Senior Lits,
Seitz, 986-1t; Sophomore Lits, Mer-
ner, 355, vs. Junior Lits, Brown, 1166.

Have You
Thought
of taking
Dancing
Lessons this
Winter
A Good Time to start is NOW.
To avoid The Rush just before
the Holidays
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RELISHES
Hearts of CeleryE orGShredded Lettuce
VEGCTABLES
Lima Beans Creamed Carrots

Thanksgiving.

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Fricassee Chicken, Biscuits
Roast Young Pig, Apple Sauce

Exclusive designing
in
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230 Nickelr Arcade
PHONE 795-W
MRS:GORACE VAN~ SCHDICK

There is no more appropriate gift for
Thanksgiving than a box of fresh,
pure candy.
And there is no better place to buy it
than the

CHOICE OF:
Cream Pudding or Home-made Apple Pie
Roll or Bread and Butter Coffee, Tea, Milk

ALL FOR 90 CENTS

a larger score. Several long gains
weretaken away because the backs
started before' the ball.
Should all of the officials decide toj
govern contests according to the

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For Dress Wear

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supreme quality.
Buy a box today, we will wrap and mail it for you.
The Betsy Ross Shop
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constructed of patent colt
or black glazed calf.
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in Union, return It to the same place
as that person was seen and will be
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book containing Pathology notes.
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Roommate wanted in double room.
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FOR RENT-Modern 5 room apart-
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FOR RENT-Single room, 425 Cross
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42-2
FOR RENT-A very desirable suite,
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609 Monroe. 41-3
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our leading emotional actress- was an artist - the work she
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with Phi Kappa Sigma seal..
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FOR SALE-A dress suit. Size
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