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Who out of the East with a team that has I strong team in spite of the fact that Beebe will attend a convention of the
been sweeping all before it to face the no times have been published. American College of Surgery in Phil-
Attack Red of University of Detroit. The Coach Steve Farrell plans to leave adelphia early next week, and will
local team's showing has been a dis- Thursday morning with seven men. also go to New York and Boston.
tinct disappointment to its support- I The men who will compose this team
ers and unless Coach Duffy has im- will be aptain Bowen and Arndt of Will Drain Huron
proved his team greatly this week last year's Varsity, along with Isbell,
they are doomed to defeat. Rearick, Reinke, Griffin, and Vande
:;_Visse. All of these men did well in has been set as the day that work will

Campbell Speaks to Chemical Society terday afternoon on ."A (
Prof. E. D. Campbell, director of ry of Permanent Magnet
the Chemical laboratories, addressed 303 of the Chemistry bu
the University of Michigan section of the meeting a general di
the American Chemical society yes- place.

Co::ch lWilee S atisfied with Improve-
ment Shown by Squad in Prae-
tict. ThisWeek
BUCKEYE MENTOR PUTS 4GREAT
STRESS ON FORWARlI) PASSING
(Special to The Daily)
Columbus, Ohio, Oct. 19.--With the
greatest game in her history only two
days off, Ohio's eleven held its last
hard practice session before the game,
yesterday afternoon. Every man was
in the best shape possible and Wilce
was greatly satisfied with the showing
of his men in practice. Old timers who
witnessed the session declared that it
was the best exhibition of open work
that they had ever witnessed- When
the Varsity opened up with passes the
freshman eleven was entirely lost,
pass after pass being completed. Every
man in the Ohio backfield took hist
turn at the passing end while several
times backs were called upon to re-
ceive the ball. Elgin and Fiorette, al-I
ernating at right end, and Honaker, <
it left end, performed in spectacularI
manner in pulling the ball out of the
air. Every imaginable kind of a pass
was tried from every imaginable kind
of a formation. Shifts and trick pass
formations were combined in such aI
'nanner as to be almost insolvable tot
the opponents.
Deense is Improved;
The entire team's defensive work
which has ben worrying Wilce during1
the bast few days was so improved to-
day that the coach seemed satisfied.
During the early part of the afternoon
he had his men hard at work tackling
the dummy. Later on he had them
working out on each other. When as-
signing their positions to the freshmen
who were to oppose the Varsity in
scrimmage he named every man after
the corresponding Michigan player in
the game 'Saturday. Especial attention
seemed to be paid to Kinke whose rep-
resentative had to be replaced twice.
The freshman squad was helplessly
snowed under after the .first 15 min-
utes of play.
No further changes in the lineup
have been made so far and the team to
oppose Michigan is practically decided
upon, uness "Tee" Young, veteran
guard, is declared eligible- hi that
case Pauley will be changed back to
his old position at center, replacing
Petcoff who has been holding the pivot
position during the last week..
Oho to Use Everything
Ohio is expected to uncover every-
thing in the game with Michigan and
it will be a good game for other Con-
ference scouts to witness. Athough
the Ohio mentor realizes the fact he
has determined to win the game
against the Wolverines if it means the
sacrifice'f the Big Ten title.
Wilce also realizes that Michigan
has a wonderful team this year and
that his team is to meet a hard test.
If Michigan wins the game it will be
because every trick and ounce of en-
ergy that the Buckeyes possess is in-
sufficient.
ONLY TWO RIG GAMES LISTED
ONNNATION'S GRID SCHEDULE
(Continued from Page Six)
went glimmering in the first encoun-
ter the Purple is just as anxious as
ever to trip up the dreams of the Go-
phers and, with the Northwestern
spirit that played such a large part in
holding Chicago to a standstill pres-
ent against Minnesota there is no tell-
ing what will happen to the Gophers.
Northwestern beat the Northmen last.
year and both elevens are more power-
ful now than in 1921, the Gophers, in
all probability, having the greatest in-
crease in strength. Another toss-up.
Iowa should have little trouble de-
feating Bob Zuppke's Illini as Illinois
doesn't appear to have even a chance
against the conquerors of Yale. Wis-
consin, too, look.s good for a victory
over Indiana. The Hoosiers' show-
ing to date has been a disappointment,
while Wisconsin has been tampling
on everything in sight, a state of af-

fairs that leaves the Indiana outlook
of a decided cast of indigo. Chicago
and Purdue will furnish a minor at-
traction at Stagg field, the bigger
crowds along the Loop city flocking
out to Evanston to witness Minnesota
and Northwestern in action. The Ma-
roons may find some opposition dur-
ing the first quarter, or even through
the second, but after that Purdue will
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HARRIERS LEAVE TODAY
FOR WISCONSIN MEET

B A I) G E R S REPRESENTED
STRONG TEAM FOR TO.
MORROW'S RUN

BY

the trials of last Saturday and will
be in fine condition to give the Bad-
gers a strong fight.
This meet, which will be over a
short course of three and one-half
miles, is the first in which Michigan
has sent their harriers against Wis-
consin's team and for this reason
much interest is shown in the out-
come of the run.
Dr. Beebe to Attend Convention
Dr. Hugh M. Beebe of the Homeo-
pathetic Medical school, left yester-
day for a ten-day trip in the East. Dr.

start on the new concrete wall at the
Main Street Power House. During
construction the Main Street dam
gates will be opened and will drain
the river from Barton dam to Geddes
avenue. The river will be drained for
two weeks. The last time the river
was drained was in 1917.
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harry "Hoge" Workman
"Hoge" Workman is Ohio State's1
triple threat man and the ran who
was in a large measure responsible
for the defeat of Michigan at thel
hands of 0. S. U. two years ago. He
directs the team from the quarterback
position.
probably weaken and Chicago should
run up the score.
The two big Catholic schools of the
middle West look to .u6in for a vic-
tory and a defeat respectively. Notre
Dame plays DePauw at South, Bend
and the Irish are going to spend a
pleasant Afternoon romping across
the goal posts. Up in betroit, how-I
ever, things are apt to be somewhat
different. Boston college is coming

Wisconsin harriers will be in the
pink of condition for their meet with
Coach Farrell's team when they clash
tomorrow morning at Madison. Stren-
uous workouts the first part of the
week with gradual easing up towards
the end has been the program of the
Badger harriers in preparation for
their first meet of the season.
Wisconsin plans to enter 10 men in
the race Saturday. Tschudy, Vallely,
Wade, Scbneider, Moorhead, Perry,
Ramsay, Link, and Rossmeisel are
some of the men that showed ability
in the time trials and who will receive
the acid test on Saturday.
Although Tschudy is a new man in
the squad this season he was able to
show a clean pair of heels to the vet-
erans of the Badger's team in the
time trials. Valley of the freshman
squad of last year shows much prom-
ise and has helped considerably to

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strengthen Wisconsin's team. Wade
and Schneider from last year's team
rate third and fourth and must be
reckoned with. On the whole it would
seem as if the Badgers will have a

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LOST
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1602-W. 21-3
LOST-Wallet containing Chemistry
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609 Munroe St. 2236-R. 23-1
LOST-11 tickets for Denishawn per-
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1325. 22-2
LOST-"M" pipe near corner Church,
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FOR RENT
FOR RENT-Two pleasant room
light housekeeping, partly furn
also two large clothes closets
of which could be used for f
chenette, one half block from
pus. 510 E. Jefferson.
FOR RENT-Desirable single ro<
private family near campus
other roomer. 818 Church St.
FOR RENT--Large bright d
room for two. Second floor.
So. Fifth.
MISCELLANEOUS
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Phone 1436-M.
AM LICENSED CHAUFFEUR-
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