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(Continued from Page One)
Coach Barron in his first year at
East Lansing has worked wonders. Hr
has inaugurated a system that will b
producing results for the Aggies by
next year. The closest followers of
his. team's fortunes this year are not
the ones who are sdffing that the
Barron plan is a failure for digging
down beneath the surface they car
see big things for themselves in the
near future. A grid star of all-Amer-
ican choice in his own undergradoi1tr
days at Penn State, the new Aggie
mentor has instilled into his pupils
that spirit that wins football games.
The majority of M. A. C. supporters
will agree that Barron is a success.
Five thousand M. A. C. rooters are
scheduled to arrive this morning, the
largest section which has ever sup-
ported a Farmer team on a foreign
field. The squad itself arrived this
morning, on a special train however.
"stimates by the Athletic office placq
the crowd this afternoon at 25,000
an unusual figure for such a contest.
Two Changes in Lineup
But two changes in the Mchigar
lineup have been announced by Coach
Yost, Slaughter will start at left guard
and Keefer at left half. There is
possibility that Bernie Kirk Will b
replaced at left end by Neisch, this
move will come at the last minute if
at all and will be made only in the
efient that Kirk has not suffic.iently
recovered from an attack of ivy pois-
oning to go in. Kipke will start at
his usual halfback post and will be
kept in until the game is on the ice
when he will be relieved by Herb
Steger. Goebel will be at right end
when tihe opening whistle blows ac-
cordiag to the latest information.
This new arrangement places one
maan in the Michigan front who has
not started a game 'before this year,
Keefer at left half. Slaughter was the
choice for a guard berth in the Van-
derbilt battle and also played a por-
tion of the Illinois game last week.
Keefer has been carried along all sea-
son starring in practice but with only
one chance in a big game breaking
into the Vanderbilt engagement for a
few moments. If he delivers today
in the manner expected of him by.
the coaching staff the Varsity will be
fortified for the rest of the campaign
by another high class unit for the
running attack.
Muirhead and Rosatti will be at the
tackle posts to open the game today
with White and Blahnik th probable
first choices for relief wok. Steele
and Slaughter at guards will have a
number of capable understudies in
Van Orden, Johns and possibly Swan.'
Blott will probably spend the entire
afternoon at center as the shift which
has taken Slaughter to guard removes
the only capable substitute ball pass-a
er.
UterIt at Regular Position
Uteritz will call signals at the be-
ginning of the fray with Knode and1
Foster in reerye. Kipke and Keefer
at the halveiMwjl be relieved at the
right time by Stee" ,and Dunleav'y.
Cappon will start at 1ilback' and if
the sItuation is right anoth'er ay be
given a chance in his place.
With two full reams ready to rush
into the imixup Yost will hAve an ex-
cellent chance today to test theworth
of his substitute material. This is the
factor that may decide the Conference
title and the Old Man can afford to
sacrifice a little in the total score this
afternoon to get a look at the untried
men under fire. However, h will take
no chances on letting game slip away
by keeping veterans on the sidelines.

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Cross Country
Team WorkingI
Hard At Purdue

Middle West Cops Day' s
For Important

Honors
Football

Games;

"Beat Michigan." Cry Of Cardinal Only fe veterans from lsseason
returned to school this year but from
Hosts As Wisconsin Team Looms his reserve material last year and the
new men Richards has built a power-
team.

-,._ Football games in middle western
circles today come close to pushing
the East and Pacific coast well back
into the wings in matter of import-
nce, there being but two contests{
in 'the East worthy of particular note.
All this despite the fact that there is,
but one truly big contest in the Big
Ten, the battle between Wisconsin
and Minnesota at Minneapolis..
This annual fray between the two
t northernmost representatives of the
t .2$ a° ig Ten is of the utmost importance
to each. Minnesota and Wisconsin
are both, as yet, undefeated. The
-1 Gophers have nlayed three Confer-
.: ",. ;ernce games, defeating, Indiana and
Ohio State and being held to a tie by
, .a.....,, ENorthwestern. The Badgers have
.taken part in but one Conference
---,, game, downing Indiana by the same
score that favored Minnesota, 20 to
0. The teams go into the games with'
Wisconsin a slight favorite on the
basis of reputation alone. The Go-
phers have the veterans, but' the
:> :' ~x", ' weakness of the 1921 Minnesota
z '1,televen still hangs in memory's wraith
giving the Badgers the edge.
Illinois Faces Northwestern.
Down Urbana way Illinois has an
excellent chance to enter the "games
won" column of the Big Ten aver-
' , <:' ages, facing Northwestern's fighting
butweak aggregation. The Purple
J .< - goes to the Orange city with a com-
paratively, huge delegation of root-
- ers and several worlds of fight, be-
cause of the surprising showing of
Coach Thistlewaite's men to date.
5. 4 Northwestern held Chicago to a low
. score and tied Minnesota. Illinois has
. - dropped two games, one a tight battle
, -. . - to Iowa and the other an overwhelm-
ing defeat at the hands of Michigan.I
Illinois' power, however, seems super-
ior to that of the Purple hosts, but
the Evanstonians have tasted blood
Jerry Dye and are ready to put up the fight og
Jerry Dye, a senior, captain of the their lives in their first real chance
Purdue cross country team, is put- 'to beat the Indians in years.
ting his men through some hard ticks Notre Dame, fresh from her tri-
in preparation for the fall meets. He umph over Georgia 'Tech in the south-
is confident his team will be a win- land, is expected to romp away with
ner. Indiana at the Catholics' homecoming
game. The Hoosiers can little hope
Coach Barron of the Agies. is cred- for anything but a close score and the

by a slight margin. Cornell, however,
should down Columbia without much
difficulty, and the Army can.count on
victory over St. Bonaventure.
In the South Vanderbilt is favored
to continue her march toward a south-
ern title by winning from Tennessee
at Knoxville and Center is the rul-
ing choice over Kentucky at Leking-
ton.

Out on the Pacific coast California,
held to a close score by Southern-
California last week; faces another
hard serer, this lime with Washing-
ton State, but the big 'Pear team
should add another victory to its un.-
breken string. Leland Stanford, too,.
should continue the streak of -wins
that is making the Cardinals danger-
ous for the first, time in three years,
Nevada being expected to fall before
the attack of the men from Palo Alto.
In other games on the Coast Oregon
Aggies faco Multnomah. Whitman
meets Idaho, Montana Aggies play!
Gonzaga, Colorado College locks horns,
with Utah, Southern California battles;
Occidental, California Tech opposes
Redlands, and Puget Sound meets
Bremerton,

Two of Wisconsin's stars, Capt, Rol i Williams and Center Nichols, over

By Norman E. Brown.
(Central Press Association)
"Beat Michigan!"
This is the cry at Wisconsin

and Indiana Richards sent in, for they
farly part of the game, a second
string team which strove mainly to
uni- cold the opposition scoreless. Then-

versity. And it isn't the mad hysteria he sent in his first team which over-
born of a desire. It comes from a whelined -both opponents with its
confidence which the Cardinal team dazzling forward passes.
and its adherents have absorbed by Capt. Rollie Williams, at right half,
'War is about to be waged on all virtue of the team's showing to date. heads the list of stars making up the
automobile drivers who are not heed- For, as the team stacks up "now it ap- Cardinal team. His open-field run-
ing the campus parking rules, ac- pears to be the strongest the Madi- ning and clever work at receiving
cording to Secretary Shirley W. Smith. son institution has boasted since the nasses earned him a place on many.
There are certain regulations rela- halcyon days of 1912, when the team All-star elevens last fall and he seems
tive to parking on the campus which won its last conference title, to be even1 better this year. Nichols,
must be observed, he says. Wherever The Michigan game is set for Nov. a new man, is playing a great game at
parking space is provided, there are 18. Ahead of it lie other conference center. His presence on the line is
white lines designating individual games, including the always formid- felt particularly on the defense.
stalls between which cars must be able Illinois and Minnesota. But it --_.---
placed. is that game with Michigan on which Stop at Hotdl Lyons for dinner Sat-
When the stalls are all taken, double Wisconsin has its heart set. And as urday and Sunday, South Lyons, Mich.
lines will. not be permitted. Those Coach Yost drives his team along
not finding room will have to drive what seems to be to date the best year -Adv.
off the campus to park. Leaving ma- Michigan has enjoyed for several sea-
chines alongside the curbing at the sons Wisconsin looms up as a possible
entrance to University hall will not stumbling block for the Wolverines,: A REAL GOOD MEAL
be allowed, nor will they be permitted Wisconsin's wizardry with the aer- j CHOP SUEY " - STEAKS
to stay in the center of the square ial attack is its strong point. Twice Everything good at
just north of the building.' Coach Richard's men gave a striking
The automobile parking rules will example of the team's efficiency along 4nn A Sta eond lory
be enforced by the University police, that line. Against both South Dakota 4___-_d_
and if necessary, action will be
brought against continual offenders;
Lines are now fully laid out north of
University hall and before long all
parking places on the campus will be V arsity N or
ruled out in the same manner. "
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" 0.es
Wisconsin vs. Minnesota.
Northwestern vs. Illinois.
Wabash vs. Purdue.
Indiana vs. Notre Dame.
Centre vs. Kentucky.
Ames vs. Drake.
Miami vs. Ohio Wesleyan.
Lombard vs. Detroit.
Albion vs. Coe.
East
Colgate vs. Lehigh.
Cornell vs. Columbia.
Dartmouth vs. Boston U.
GeorgetowA vs. Holy Cross.
Harvard vs. Florida,
I.afayette vs. W. and .
Penn. vs. Alabama.
Pitt. vs.' Geneva.
Princeton vs. Swarthmore.
Syracuse vs. Nebraska.
Army vs. St. Bonaventure.
Yale vs. Brown.
Former Member of Daily Staff Married
Announcement has been made of the
marriage of Miss 'Clara Samberg, of
Port Huron, to Bruce A. Swaney, '18.
The latter, who was a member of the
Daily staff while in the University, is
at-present the editor of "The Cadillac
Craftsman", of the Cadillac Motor
company, in Detroit. He is a member
of Druids and Sigma Delta Chi.
W E-N ZEL S
I VRNIS

ited with the remark that io second
team, even of the strength of Mich-
igan's, will defeat the Aggies today!
and that is the spirit that is running
through the entire visiting delegation
from the greenest freshman to Cap-
tain Bill Johnson.
PLEAS OF BUDDING LAWYERS

prospects are that they will be sacri-
ficed to make a Notre' Dame holiday.
Purdue and Wabash will hold it hot
and heavy at Lafayette.
In other middle western games of
interest Mt. Union faces Case, Lom-
bard meets Detroit, Ohio Wesleyan
plays Miami in the former's forecom-
ing, and Albion takes on Coe at Cedar
Rapids. Chicago and Iawn.a r at-

. r1U :wLare res -
HAVE NO EFFECT UPON COURT ing.
Two Big Eastern Games
Philadelphia, Nov. 3.-Six students In the East the two games of prem-
in the University of Pennsylvania law jier interest are the two intersectional
school found that their combined legal, combats between Nebraska and Syra-
knowledge was insufficient to free cuse at Syracuse and Harvard and
themselves from the toils of the law IFlorida at Soldiers' field. The west-
when Normal S. Sholton, of Warren, ern Cornhuskers, heading eastward
was arrested for speeding near Ham- with a wonderful string of victories
monton, N.'*J. Testimony showed tha and heralded by no few critics as the
Sholton was driving at the rate of 50 greatest football eleven of all time,
miles an hour. meet their crucial test against the*
One after another, Sholton and his Orange. According to all reports Ne-
five brother students attempted to braska should overwhelm the east-
show Justice Strauss the illegality of erziers, but there are those who be-
his procedure and fine, but the judge lieve that the dope will be seriously
overruled, their objections. Finding upset. Harvard should win from Flor-
their efforts unavailing, the students 'ida.
paid their fine, and lustily cheered the In other eastern games Yale can
court before continuing their journey, expect and easy victory over Brown.
Princeton will, face a cinch oppon-
In 1881 Michigan played but three ent in Swarthmore, Pennsylvania
games, losing them all to their respec- should easily down Alabama, and
tive opponents, Yale, Harvard, and Pittsburgh is a sure victor over,
Princeton, the only time in Wolverine Geneva. On the other hand, however,
history that the grid eleven has op- W. and J. will face an real fight when
posed all members of the Big Three her men trot out against Lafayette.
in one season. It looks like a victory for the latter
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