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CanVanderilt Hold These Men?

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MAROON AND PURPLE TO MEETy
IN ' 1 GE8T MD1111-WEST dUME
saturday will be the first really big
d1y of the football year. With the
thrill of opening games practically
+ver the gridiron world turns to the
tenser interest that comes ith the
reerand more serious tests of theE
nation's reputed powerful elevens,
mstg ., nt ray show weaknesses
where strength was expected, pow-
0r where failure was a certain predic-
lntcre'4; in Est
t The biggest game of them all, from
a. national standpoint, will, of course
be the great intersectional clash be-
tween the University of Iowa's Big
Ten championship team and Yale, the
greatest in the East. This will be the
first real meeting in years between
teams that are truly representative of
East and Middle West, with the ex-
ception of the battle between Prince-
ton and Chicago in 1921. It brings to-
gether one of the greatest, elevens in
the central states, acknowledged
champions of the {West in. 1921, and
the fighting Bulldog of Old Eli, a
team that, perchance, has no equal on
the Atlanticlcoast. The Ilawkeyes de-
spite injuries are conceded a splendid
chance of victory, but there is no cer-
tainty as to the outcome. The teams
will meet with the odds even in a
battle that may resolve itself into a
question of the ability of Yale to stop
the terrific plunges of Capt. Gordon
Locke of Iowa. Every university in
the Conference, rivals of the Iowans
on the playing field, is backing them
to the limit to crush the supremacy
of the Blue and prove again the su-
periority of western football over
eastern
Purple Hopeful
On Saturday, too, will be the clash
of Big Ten teams in one of the most
important games of the season. North-
western, represented by one of the
strongest elevens it has ever known
in spite of -a heavy list of injured,
meets Chicago on Stagg field. It will
he a day that may see the supreme joy
and ambition of the Purple granted
at last, the defeat of the wearers of
the deep Maroon. Chicago, with its
heavy, veteran team is given the odds,
but those odds fail to recognize that
intangible something embodied in the
slogan, "Northwestern Fights!" Both
teams have won their opening games,
Chicago downing Georgia 20 to 0 and
Northwestern, playing largely a sec-
ond string team during the greater
part of the game, trampling on Be-
lot 17 to 0. It will be a strong, scrap-
py Purple clad team that gallops onto
Stagg field Saturday and, though the
Maroons are favored by pract cally
every authority to win, there is, nev
ertheless, a certain sentiment that
warns against the unknown power of
the Purple.'
Ohio State meets her nemesis of
1921, Oberlin, on the Columbus grid-
iron.Te gBuckeyes,who worked hard
enough ;to,.Winm against Ohio Wesleyan
to win by a low score, may be expect-
ed to repeat their tactics in the Ober-
lin game holding back and trying on-
ly to win, but with little or no at-
tempt to roll up a formidable total-
Oberlin downed Ohio in 1921 on
straight football by clearly outplay-
ing, the Buckeyes, but this year the
Scarlet and Grey has learned the ad-
iantage of overconfidence in an ene-
my camp and a low score, such as was
tallied against Ohio Wesleyan, will in-
dicate nothing of weakness in the
State eleven.
Minnesota Favored
Minnesota's rejuvenated team jour-
neys to Bloomington to do battle with
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There will be a meeting of all men in-
terested in wrestling at 4:30 o'clock
today in the wrestling room of Wa-
ternian gymnasium, according to E.
M. Clifford, '23D, manager of the!
wrestling team: .Captain Gillard and
Manager Clifford of the informal team
are anxious for a good turnout, as
upon the interest shown depends the
continued success of the, sport at i
Michigan. Last year the mat aggre-I
gation went through a decidedly suc-
cessful season, holding meets with
M. A. C., the, Detroit Athletic Club,
Dctroit Y. M. C. A., and Detroit Juh-
ior college, losing but one of these
meets, one of the two held with the
Aggies. ,,-1.
A number of veterans of the 1921-
22 aggregation are back in school and
their return promises good fortune
for the coming year. Among these
men are George Defoe, Tom Moffet,
"Red" Gillard, captain, and R. HaT-
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berg. This number, however, does
not insure complete success, and it is
urgent that every possible candidate
report this afternoon-
Convicts Used tW Clean Stadium
As a plan for cleaning up the Ohio
stadium in time for the Wesleyan
game last Saturday, 83 trusty con-
victs were given a "leave of absence"
from the prison and detailed to do the
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FARMERS & MECHANICS BANK

Iere are shown two members of Michigan's sensational backfield. Kip-
pair of the greatest open field runner ne of the half back positions, are a
ke and Steger, who will alternate at o s that Lave ever worn the Maize and
Blue. Perhaps Vanderbilt's heavy, veteran team can stop them. Saturday
will tell.

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