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October 29, 1922 - Image 7

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YsGrnd Old 1an of Gi
Has Tea iHeaded for Top, Agaf

1TR1(_RACES 75 trig htaway, he was past the hostile
c ohirts almost s0soon as hie had
FINAL IF OR TOUCHDOWN iig-ht the pigskinA.
BeneKrMcia' rlin tend, gave an exhibition of open-field i ho I tms.
running such as has seldom been seen ;____'rr ilwhnh aed7 yrs
fora tucdow o th hiclb~ t nurs in the interfraternity
0 o ocdw o h zef beginning of the second hilf.; speedball league tournaments are:I
Catching the ball on his own 25-yard League one, Delta 'Tau IDelta; league
_.Iline, the lithe Wolverine slipped,I two, Alpha Si rra 1Ph,; league three,!
dodged, whirled, smashed, and stiff-' Alpha Delta Phii; league four, Phi Del-
mdarmed his way through the hordes of to Theta, Pbi Sigma Delta, Nu Sigma;
SZippke for a score. With a fleetness j Nu, and Sigma. Phi ]Epsilon all tiedI
Iof foot which, if it had been possible! for first place lc a; gue five, Phi Kap-
[to time it, might have endangered the, pa Sigdma; league six, Cygnus; league
world's record for the 75-yard jseven, Psi Upsilon.'
Firal rounds3 in the interfraternity
- - --- peedball tournament will be played
Mlranday at the following times: At'
i :30 o'clock, Phi Sigma Delta vs. Phl
!Delta Theta, D~elta Tan Delta vs. Al-
N e e l ha Sigma Phi;' at 4:30 o'clock, Phi
N e s t so Gammna Delta vs. Psi Upsiicn ;at 5'

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see. for the freshman course which is
a little under three mniles. The Var-
sity course is a little under five
Imiles. Ward camnt i a close second,
his t nme being only two seconds mhore.
Singelie phlaced third.

Clips 'Three Seconids IFren Geddes
Avenue Mark iDoing IDistance in
241 Nita., 24 Sec.

Game ighlights
7.'h,) 1;Yosti5a unaning coach, an
ha!id h"i.; :el in i °ruc l inl a trick or
r o t;. tthe wi za rd , 1iikQ had not

play that was not displayed at Co-
121ubu5 last Saturday. Goebel's cool-
ness and the care' with which ho
threw the ball and Kirk's sureness in
takhing the pass was a perfect exhibi-
tin of how this play ought to be made.
A REAL GOOD MEAL
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i " ° ° I ; , i c i~ l 1 t - ,, ~l a ~ z n i \ T 5 V -d-(e n c e d in t "h e ,~ ' o f p l a y s 1 h a t I
.Ibell, star of last ycar's freshmian' gve 2ihenhi touchdown il the,
Crlb$S Country team,, madle a name for, ,eCo11d (.-I-- .
himse;lf wheni he broke the. course rec- AtrIrkecvelaniios
or(1 bey three seconds, doing the ciff-
tance in 24 min., :24 scC. in tihe tr'ia ls ' 1 of 1,-t' ;s 50-yard h Ik"io fthc
Hel yesterday mnorning over the lios2-adinthprbmwa
G cddesi avenue course. Allmond, of ' <c iat rti til~l beyon-d ihe Illinois
Illinois, s.made thees formerh record ill goal pTost. Straight footbIall mighti
1920. Iselstm s l h oei, ,, clone it, but a clever ruse was
remarkable dlue to the fact that he die rogh.itar;y
not have completition,.at any ppint in VeIlfiVOCnct e et.'-,a play-,
the race, the nearest men being half' but i lo t t ul le hall to Cap)on,,
a minute i the rear. saseth'a lottohe
Claptain Bowen and Arndt tied for goali. He later ltook, the ball over~.
Zuppke:' s men had not the sligh' cst
second. They ran a very good race Iie httepa ~ oigad
in spit of the fact that-Isbell finisheditloe ohetadashugth
half a minute sooner. One of thes sur- I lilni had been comipletely fooled. I
prises of tlh race was, the race run. Muriiurs> ran through the {press box
by Sbenefleld, who placed fourth. ta twsFedn I otswz
Reinke, Vande Visse, Griffin, Rearick, hti as notlingII. Yke's cuni g
ardry Si itBbIpk' ni?
Nicholson, ,and Amstutz finished fi that was faticd in the game today.'
the order named. ___
Coach Farrell is planning to enter1 Standing near the mniddle of the field
these 10 men in the meet with M. A. in the flyst quarter, Paul Goebel mnade
1;. next Saturday. With Isbell taking one of the most beautiful passes evbr
first, Steve's harriers have a very seen on Ferry Field. With the calm-
good chance of winning from the/Ag- est precision; he shot the ball ,35 yards
gies. dlown the f"ild to B~ernieDKirk 0on tle
Twenty mnen turned out for this. Illinois10-yr ie. It was perfectly I
race, a dlisappointing number, accord- 16excuited wit h not an Illinli to dispute'
iiig to Coach F1arrell. In order to win it..
the comning meets it will. .be necessary TheRi crowd was brought to its fec~tI
to have more men out, he feels. . by this aerial display, which came as
The freshiman cross country team a complete surprise after a punting
held a meet yesterday morning, with duiel between node of Mlichig.an and
12 meon competing. Reinke, brother of jI Happenny of Illinois.
Reinke on the Varsity team, placed In the lanky Michigan captain's passI
first turning, in a time of 15 min., 49 the stands saw Yost's coachiing, of a
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up-keep and proper functioning of
your instrument.
Strings, re-hairing of bows, and mis-
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instrument.
ge ds, pads, springs, and repair
work for your saxophone, clarionet,
and oboe.
Valve and slide' oil for your brass
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Drum heads, sticks, and all manner
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