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ES BUCKEYES FINISHING,
IES BEOEMICHIGAN RATTLE

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Drills Squad on Complicated Forma-
tions Destined to Overturn

ocupied by a signal quiz in the lock-
er room and later Wilce harangued

Michigan Defense . the squad on the finer points of the
attack which is to be used Saturday..
YOUNG'S STATUS IN DOUBT; _ .The large number of difficult plays
WILL LEAVE HOLE JN LIE which Ohio is planning on using make
______it necessary that every one of the men
have the signals firmly in mind. <
(By James W Schlemmer,) Later on the Coach turned his men!
(Sports Editor Ohio State Lantern) out on the field for signal practice.t
;Columbus, Oct. 17.-Dr.' John W. There seems to be a strange scarcity
Wilce lost no time in. starting his of plain line-bucks in the reportoirel
Buckeye gridiron warriors on their of plays which the Ohio mentor ia
last practice lap before the Michigan dishing out to his men. During the
game whe .heled hem hrouh apractice session this afternoon pass
game, when he led them through a 'after pass was completed successful-
long workout on Ohio Field Tuesday;ly. Is asdtomplys c
night despite a steady downpour of ly. In addition to open plays, which
rain which left both player and play- the men now have down toperfection,
ing field in a muddy and watersoak- great stress was laid upon the intri-
ed, condition, far from being conduct- cate shift plays for which' Wilce is
We to intensive trainiing noted. The backfield men are learn-
Young Out ing to time their move'hents much
The Wilcemnen presented a slightly better than they did at the earlier
different lineup when they took the practices and the linemen are work-
field after an hour spent in the lec-'ing in perfect accord.t
ture room, absorbing new plays.:Ken- Wt One Change Made
neth Pauley, last year's sub center, the exception of one change,
and looked upon as a regular at that the lineup will remain practically thej
position this season, .was shifted . to same as that used in the Oberlini
left tackle..and Alex Klein, saphomore game. If Young, whose eligibilityl
candidate, who made a good showing still remains in doubt, is declared el-
in the pivot position against Oberlin igible there will be no change in thec
Saturday was given sole claim at lineup. In case Young is "taken from'
present 'to the job of looking Blott in his tackle position, Pauley the 190
the face. pound center, will be put in his place
Frank('Tee') Young, veteran line- and Klein will go in at center. Unless
mai and supposed to 'be the regular injuries change things before Satur-
,eft tackle- is til ffi fr day the lineup will probably be as

r his post around the opposite extrem-
ity of the line are said to be sensation-
al. Darling is perhaps the most ver-
satile member of the eastern aggrega-
tion, his ability to use the proverbial
triple threat being well nigh phe-
GAM Enomenal.
BSTON COLLEG Detroit will enter the game on the'
defensive. The Red is not favored to
BIG INTERSECTIONAL ARGUMENT win, and a victory for Duffy's men
would mean that the Detroit mentor
-CO BE SETTLED)IN DETROIT has accomplished the phenomenal. The
SATURDAY U. -of D. line is comparatively weak,
as the past two contests have proven.
In these days of big intersectional The backfield, while good, is lacking
combats practically every large insti- in the power that makes it sensa-
tution, and many small ones, have on tional..
their schedules some game or games If, in the two days of practice that
that attract because they represent a 'remain before the clash Duffy can in-
battle of two parts of the country. still the power into his eleven that will
Of such nature is Saturday's game make it the powerful team of the last
on' U. of D. field in which 11 red clad two years, he will have to be credited
huskies of the University of Detroit with miraculous work. He is driving
will oppose the warriors of Boston his men at top speed in the hope that,
college in the biggest intersectional at the eleventh hour, they will be able
game of the. year for the Detroiters. to line up wih Coach Cavanaugh's
The battle between the Detroit and Bostonians on even terms.
Bo'ston institutions' should be a royal V The treatment accorded the Red by
one. Boston comes with one game al- the unheralded men from Des Moines
ready played and that a victory over college last Saturday, in which De-
the powerful Fordham team. Fordham troit won by a narrow 9 to 6 margin,
didn't have a chance to score and the has served to remove every possible
wearers of the Maroon and Gold con- trace of overconfidence and the U. of
quered their opponents 27 to 0. D. men are tearing into practice in
Most aggregations have but four earnest.
men who are reliable ball carriers, but
BC '~ srr~c rfr ,.Tm. .t__-..

Yonkers, N. Y., Oct. 17.-Gene Sar-
azpn, national open golf champion,
who was operated on for appendicitis
two weeks ago, 24 hours after he had
defated Walter Hagen, British open
champion, in a 72-hole match for the
"unofficial championship of the world,"
left the hospital today.
He announced he would go to the
Westchester-Biltmore Country club for
convalescence, and that he expected
to begin practice in a month for his
Pacific coast tour early next year.
Sarazen announced tonight he had [
mailed his resignation to the High-
land Golf club, Pittsburg, which he
represented in competition during the
past season. He added that he -soon
would begin negotiations with some
of the local clubs in search of a pro-
fessional.
The national champion has asked
the Pittsburgh club, he said, to return
the national open championship tro-
phy, as he intends to put it on display
along with the professional golfers'
association cup which he won at Pitts-
burg last August.
Michigan Daily and Chimes for $4.50.
IHILL AUIDITORI
DENISBAWN
OCTOBER 26

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..-'K.* , 1.6 JL llsu neri i ng rom
scholastic difficulties and is unable to
participate at present. It is not
known whether Young will play
against Michigan Saturday.
Depend on Strategy
While Michigan is felt to have a
team perhaps 50Bpercent stronger
than Ohio State, Buckeye sufpporters
are firm in their belief that strategy
and fight may pull their favorites
through.
Interest is.running higher than ever
as the game draws nearer. More than
65,000 seats have been sold and the
Athletic Board is considering the con-.
struction of temporary bleachers at
tle.open end of the horseshoe. These,
would accomodate about 8,000 addi-
tional.

follows: Fiorette, left end; Petcoff
left tackle; .Pixley, left guard; Pauley
or Klein center; Cutler,. rght guard;
Young or Pauley, right tackle; Hona-'
ker, right end; Workmnan,;, quarter-
back; Blair and Isabel, halfbacks;
and Michaels, 'fullback,
Try a "Daily" liner if-;you want to
get real results.-Adv.
When you want sonething, try a
"Daily" classified ad. It- Will help
you.-Adv.

oston is represented by five, all play-
ing at the same time. These arer
Darling, Kelleher, Ward, and Cronin
in the backfield, and Commerford at
end. The latter's sweeping runs from
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C o 1 u m-b u s, Oct. 16.-Intricate.
shifts, deadly passing, and the speed
of her backfield will all add to the'
effectiveness of the Ohio gridiron ma-
chipe when it meets the Michigan;
eleven..Saturday afternoon at Ohio;
Field. During the coming week Wilce
wil give his entire attention to devel,
qping the aerigl attack and in smooth-
ing out the rough, spots in the numer-
dus, complicated 'shifts in which he
las been. driling his men.
A drizzling rain kept the men from
a ood practice session Monday after-
noun. The first part of the period was

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A CLASSIFIED AD
In this column will sell whatever you
have to sell; find that lost article;
secure a job for- you; rent that
room; secure help. WHY NOT USE
IT WHEN YOU HAVE NEED OF
IT? Phone your ad to 960, we
will charge it to you if you have a
telephone.
LO1ST
LOST-Kodak camera, valued as a
keepsake, 1st floor lavatory of Mich-
igan Union between 7:00 and 7:45.
Reward. Notify Berghotz, 529 Wal-
nut St. 2100-M. 21-1.
LOST-A green sleeveless sweater,'
marked P. B. Danielson. Will find-
er please return to Director's office
at Barbour Gymnasium and recoive
reward. 21-21
LOST-Small stick pin, mercury
foot shape, set with 'small pearls.
and brilliants. Reward if returned
to 309 N. Ingalls. Phone 88-J. 20-2
LOST-Last Thursday, Paragon Draw-
ing Set. $5.00 Reward. No ques-
tions asked. 637 Oakland Ave.
1602-W: 21-3
LOST-Silver and jade earring at the
Union Saturday night. Finder call
1775. 20-2J
LOST-Doefold fountain pen Oct. 6 in
Tappan School room 14. Finder
call S- J. Stack, 3045-J. 20-2
LOST-Ec. 1 text book, Monday morn-
ing, contains owner's name and ad-
dress. Reward for return. 21-1
LOST-Bill fold containing twenty,
dollars. Notify G. R. Paige. Tele-
phone 1599-R. Reward. 21-2
LOST-Zeta Tau Alpha pin. Finder
call 376-M. 21-2
FOR, $ALE
FOR SALE-Cadillac touring, four
passenger coupe, everything in
good condition. Nearly new cord
tires. $175 for quick sale. 1121
Church St. Phone 2951-W. 21-2

MISCULL4NEOUlS
AM LICENSED CHAUFFEUR-Mich-
igan, will drive you to Columbus
and back for transportation. Five
years experience. Call Sheill, phone
1174. 21-3
,KODAK FINISHING-8 hour service.
Photographs all kinds. Anywhere,
anytime.. Hanselman, 735 Haven.
17-6
E. NORMANTON BILBIE, teacher, of
violin, piano, and harmony. Studio,
307 N. Main St. Tel. 611-M. 1-30
100 PERCENT-Virgin wool over-
coats. Tailored to pmeasure. $35. H.
M. Hindes, Phone 783. 17-4
EXPERIENCED-Fancy dress-mak-
ing- Mrs. Canpiell, 422 E. Huron.
Phon"e 2522-R. '2-6
SOPHOMORE-Desires to tend fur-
nace for cash or room. Box D. S.
21-1
WANTED
WANTED-To rent,'closed or touring
car without driver, for November 4.
Call Butchart 2577-J after 7 p. m.
21-1
WANTED-Student-with thorough ex-
perience as a bank bookkeeper for
work during afternoon. Apply $ox
U. M. care Daily. 21-3
WANTED-Ticket for Paderewski re-
cital. Call Butchart, 2577-J between
7 and 9. 21-1
WANTED-Immediately six tickets
for the O. S. U. game. Call 1708-M
between 11 and 12 or '1 and 2. 21-1
WANTED-QUICK-Two tickets to-
gether for 0. S.U.. Call Christie or
Newell: Daily Office. 21-1
WANTED-7 or 8 men to join auto
party to Columbus. Phone 3037-J.
20-3
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