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11 Practice Periods Rinaln Be.
re Wolverines Take Field
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"Beat ,otre Dame" Is Cry f Army Team

[[ ['g gg INTR4MURAL OFFICE PLANS FOUR
Ifl tim tLLaN~rnOUN r! V1E X-COUNT RY ME E TS DURING MONTH

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Shades of night stealing over For-
field yesterday afternoon, found
ach Yost and his Wolverine grid
rriors hard at work. Long after
atmosphere was t o dark to per-
seeing a football Yost and his
ps of assistants kept the men with
ir noses to the grindstone, for with
y 11 practice sessions separating
men of Michigan from the Card-
I jerseys of Wisconsin the coaches
ak that every moment is precious.
again, as the day before yesterday,
I many other days previous, the
rk centered around the problem of
ial attack and defense. The many
tballs, arcltng through the air,
e mute evidence of the stress that
being put on the importance of
sing, to ,say nothing of the exhor-
ons of the coaches, striving to
rect imperfections brought out in
Aggie game.
Badgers Also Practiee I'asng
Tord from Wisconsin indicates that
Badgers, too, are building a pow-
11 combination for a conquest of
air. Against the Gophers, Wis-I
sin uncovered- but little of her
ereal route attack, saving her re-
ed trick formations for the Michi-
encounter. With both Badgers
Wolverines priming for a forward
sing game one of the most sensa-
al encounter ever witnessed on
ry field may be looked for by the
00 persons, who, it is claimed, will;
ter all attendance records for the
,1 gridiron.
pt all the ovals that arched over
gridiron, however, were hand-pro-
ed for Yost is making certain that
will have punters of the first Wa-
to stem the, expected Badger on-
.ght. Kipke, Knode, Steger, and
heavydid some heavy kicking dur-
the course of the afternoon. Kip-
brilliant performance against
, when the men of Wilce failed
ab a single Michigan kick, has not'
e the Varsity mentor overconfi-;

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IUW WIL EN IEH MEEI
WOLVERINES WILL TAKE SEVEN
HARRIERS To COLUMBUS
NEXT SATURDAY
Coach Steve Farrell has announced
the seven men that he will take to
Columbus with him next Saturday for
the Michigan, Ohi,. Illinois meet to
be as follows: Captain Bowen, Is-
b Ul, Arndt, Shenefield, Rearick, Grif-
fin; and Reinke. Thes men showed the
metal of which they were made in the
race last Saturday and were chosen
for this reason.
A. M arron, physical director at
M. A. C., wrote Coach Farrell in re-
gard to the meet last Saturday. The
contents of his letter were as follows:
"Allow me to congratulate you on your
clean cut victory over our team last
Saturday. With best wishes for con,,
tinued success, A. M. Barron."
i's Secoml Tria.nguhr Meet
Captain Bowen and his harriers will
have their hands full next Saturday
vx hen they meet Illinois and Ohio
State in the second of the three tri-
angular meets between the three
schools. Illinois met Purdue's inex-
perienced cross country team laat
Saturday defeating them by a score
of 20 to 41. Captain Smith, of the Il-
linois hill and dale men placed first,
running over the four and one-half
mile course in 22 minutes and 22 sec
onds. Murphy, of Purdue, came inI
second followed by Well. Neiher, an'.
Trooper, of Illinois. In this race it is
the first time that it has been possible
to get a line upon the Illinois - t am,
and from all appearances they have
a strong aggregation. Captain. smith
in particular seems to have made the
most marked improvement of anyone I
on the Illinois team as the best he
could do in the Conference cross coun-
try meet last fail was 17th piace.
Vairsity Shows hInprovenient
Steve's men look strong after their
marked improvement of last week and
for this reason the meet at Colum- 1
bus ought to .prove close. Ohio State
has not yet; made known the strength
of her team, but it is said that it has
been grealy weakened by the loss o;:

Director Mitchell of the Intramural'
oflkce has arranged four cross coun-
try meets for the closing days of No-
vember. He has attempted to give
every man who is in shape and who
has trained regularly, several chances

to compete. The plans for the quar-
Let of ee'ts are nearly completed and
the final announcements will be pub-
lished within a day or two. Coaches
Farrell and Sullivan are planning to
map out the courses today and all men
Interested may obtain the desired in-
formation from the Intramural office
where a map and description of the
different routes will be on display.
starting Tbursday afternoon.
The first neet in order will be the
all-fresh, which will be on November
18. The run will be over a, course of
two and seven-tenths miles. Thel
freshmen training under Sullivan are
lprogresing steadily and should be in
excellent condition by the time of the
rice.n
Second on the list is the Independ-

ent meet. This event, which has but
recently been made public by the di-
rector, will be held at.4:15 o'clock
on the afternoon of Nov. 24. This
meet will be open to all the men on
the campus except those who are con-
nected with any fraternity or who
were among the first six men to fin-
ish in the all-fresh event. All the in-
dependent men now training and any
newcomers who believe they can get
into suitable condition before the race
must sign up on the special Indeend-
ent Cross Country Entrance sheet
which is ready in the Intramural of-
i fice. Those men playcing in this event
will receive watch 6harms.
Many Fraternities Enter
On the same date and immediately
following the Independents the Fra-
ternity race will be run at 4:30 o'-
clock. There has been a great in-
terest manifested by the Greek letter
men in cross-country this fall, nearly
thirty houses having signified their
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VARSITY SPORT SHO0P

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ATILFIC [QVIPM f NT OF ALL IKINDS

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SPECIAL PRICES TO FRATERNITY AND
INTERMURAL TEAMS
SWEAT SHIRTS SPECIAL, $1.65

DERRILL PRATT
PHONE 3102-1

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Ialfbaick Smythe, Army star, center a ud two

Notre Dame lmiamtries. Half back Bergman, left and Paul Cast-

ner, only remaining member of the 1921 team.

of his punter's ability, and noth-,
is being spared in the way of pract-
and instruction that will help to#
at against Wisconsin.
Drill on Signals ,
gnals, too. came in for theirA
'e of attention, the men workinge
put a brilliant shine on the old
nations and work up some sort of
dish on the new. The 11 practicet
ods that remain are far from ttooc
y to work up a sheen of perfee-c
on the Wolverine attack, too few,
act, in the opinion of the coach-
staff. Practically every practice
i now until; the Cardinal faces the
e on Ferry field will be devoted to
such afternoons, as yesterday.
k, and lots of it, is on the slate.
per cent discount on Christmas
and stationery engraving orderj
ived before November 10. Selectl
a our large stock' and avoid the
ember rush. ". D" Morrill, 17
:els Arcade.-Adv..

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"Beat Notre Dame!" is the cry on
the campus atWestPoitt these days lo : At 4:15, scph engineers vs. assistant intramural manager are re-
and the soldier boys are bending every education; at 4:30, pharnics vs. sen- quested to report at once to the In-
effort to that end. The Indiana team -icr engineers; Friday-at 3:30, junior tramural office, second floor of Water-,
defeated 'the Army eleven 28 to 20 engineers vs. soph lits at 4;:30, med- man gymnasium. The pharmics man-
last year in one of the hardest, fought cs " . sc;ior lits; at 4:30, dents vs. ager is asked to report to the Intra-"
battles of the season. This victory winner c' fresh lit-fresh dent match, mural office at once.
and the rosy chances of the Army to -ef
-ven the score places this contest ;A-men r terested in tying out for Michigan Daily and Chimes for $4.50.
alongside that of the Princeton-Bar-
vard battle in importance in the list -
gret Annaarbor ( Cmn iiShoe_Factory
of this week's games. Smythe's Igrea A rr
booting is expected to help the Army
held the westerners away from the
Army goal. Paul Castner, backfielT
star and the only veteran who remain-
ed eligible to play after the scandal ,
of last fall, is the man around whoip Special for lun
Coach Rockne built his new team.r
Castner's work in the Army game willPaC i
draw much attention. Bergman is an-
other back who is expected to shine. 1
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Intramural -ItemsAV.O l
PHONE 3043
Thursday's schedule in the All- cam p
1.Iaug iqooij mo 1isnpit o y fi j

men through graduation.
At 8 o'clock Friday morning the
team will leave for Columbus, arriv-
ing there at 2:35 o'clock that after-
noon. They will arrice hone at 8:35
Sunday morning.
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You will be surprised at the largc-
results obtained at low cost from a
"Daily" classified ad.-Adv.

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ordered, for each service
gives you two steaming bis-
cuit of generous size covered
with an abundance of rich
chicken and tastily seasoned
gravy. Special for luncheon
and dinner today - as long
as it lasts!

A great many men are buy-
ing new clothes this fall. As usual some mei
will get home than others.
The wise buyers will get the
best value at a low price. They'll get that in
Ku(ppenheimer
Good Clothes
They're better for*you com-
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them and last longer when you wear them.
They're a safe aid sound investment in good
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