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WS ITY LILW(Y 1 TO, DOWN RES-ERVES:
AN0f'RE&IilEN BY TWO FIELD o Asi
ore Thr(Ild S ans ae r time to nail the Varsity men carry.-
Oppolifli ;Scrubs on 'reap Yard' 1 tbinhal.
Jileas Gain Endsawson, fDay aiid Benson were ftfe
-~ uinaries on the Rese'i~ve outfit. ithe

SYIW2USE, UNDER NEW COACH,
IS HAVING REMARKABLE

son. Although three of this year'31
Backfield men. will graduate. next, June,7
Meehan hag a wealth of backfield maL-
XTL'AL teri al so that the loss of the trio-Kel-
YEAR .logg, Frugone and Anderson-will not
be a serious blow to the team. And
with the entire line, returning Syra-a
cusewil be n aposition to "clean
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)DE'S DROVI(1VK FROM 47
YARD LINE .FEAITURES VLAY
Ichigan's Varsity football team
us a few of 'the regular ifin iin
scrimmage. against the All-fresh
Reserves on Ferry field yesterday.
rnoon, put up onle of thie poorest
ads of football th~at has been shown
year.
Knode $aives Varsity
loo team could it seem fo get kgo-
and as a consequence was not able
cross the .goal line cif eithier' ofits

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ler the direc-
and Vick.
goin a Score-
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pass combination, Day to Lawson,'
worked several times for good gains
and both men wer'e quite active brealk- I
ing up the Varsity end 'runs.
{*ondball Tonrnely
To Start Nov.2$
Th'le annual intramural hiandball
tournament entries are open and will
be ready for entran~ts until Nov. 27. OQn
that datet~hey' will be closed and thee
dfawings will be madte at one so that
the tour~nament c~an begin on the foi-
110wnday
Thie tournamnlt will be run on ti oj
eUlination system, thre out6f ive~
can, being required kc. wir a{~c.
'thc win~ner in the' singles willibe I
""warded with t, silt i ej :yinsj c ji+
whilk both' winners in the double",
will oeive the same kind 'of'prizs.
It. is )4nJt aetesnlt Ze
1)Y the hlidays so E~iat ac oona
tbc. Secondl semester begins LLIQ
doubles can be run~ off without any
delay~. nyone i1lesiring informa~tion~
will fin ~hile desired information at
the ntram ural offce or from n ln-
chez er Gerhn , rwo wl be foun(I
on the courts in Waterman gynlan
afternoon from 4 to 6 o'clock(.
Thiere axe many promisjingplayer's
working qwt regular'ly oi the 'courts
"aud there should b'e m~any slni
mtchies before the ,vinrir is found.I
Anmong those :who have signified theirj
intention' of enterlig are VWatsann, aI
fulty "'nemberi~ who won the cup
last year, land Sa~ncez and eidrink f
afSO cin winn~ers in previous tollrza-I
meiits. / That they' will not have an
easy' time of it is eviden~ced by the!
fact th~at there has been a .great dalt
of interest 'displayed about the cam1-3
puis in the sport and a large num~ber
of contenders for honors will b2e
fount:.
Lunglois, who was a considerable
factor in the national handball touir- }
namnent las year~, ,has been attractin~g
a. great deal of attention by his prow-
esis. Among~ those who 'are certain i
,t be reckoned with are Pilchier,
=Madion, Segal, and Bliaune , the win-1
ners of last season's inter-fraternity
handb~all, tournamen~t who hav~o enter-
eai the doubles and will muake" the1
contest lively.
Sign your LEAGUE pledge toMor-f
row.-Adv.

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Intramural Items,
The speedballP schedule for Monday
is as follows: at 4 o'clock junior lits
os. senior , engineers, 'architects tis %
winner 'of inedic-lit game at 4:30 o'-
clock.
Interschool soccer will get, under
way on Monday afternoon, Nov. 13.
The all lits will ebgage the all dents,

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-- EXTRA SPECIAL-
SUN-DAY DINNERS
Coilthnuous: Sevice fromn 8:*J( A. 1W. to 11:00 P. M1.
Visit Our Gif t aihd Novelty Room- Cristmnas Giftis Arriving.
SHOP EARLY
THE WISTERIA SHOP '
- HO NE 69941OPPOSITE ENGINEERING, ARCH,

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:node w~
the Nea

was aoepyjr andt hisaplacing of
ks decidedl~ygood. One. of the goals
rch he dronicke~Jd for three, Ooints, f
is a beauty. Standing at approxi-1
itely the 47 yard line, K'node 'senta
aball on a direct line for the. goal1'
sts. The oval seemed~ about to tose)
strengthi and drop but fortunately£
:the cross bar and bounced overc
line.
Yearlings Sart TJhi.ng~
.oach Mather's first year men gavef
Varsity the first oppositioni in a 15
nute period. Blott kilckedl off to the
arlings who immediately started a.'
rch down the field. Two line plung-a
made a first dlown and them a longe
ss netted another putting the balI
the 50 yard line. Here the~ Var-JV
yr line stiffened and the yearlings r
re forced to kick~.
the Varsity opened up an' aerial at- e
k then which took them back toc
center of the field where they field.
;ami the freshmen started down the
d' and after progressing 20 yards
tempted to drop kick but the boot
s short and the 'ba~ll, went to the
rsity ou~ their own ivfle yard line.
o passes by Knodle to Rankin were
od for a total of 65 yards and after

and the all engineers will play the all,
medics. All of these games willlbe
called promptly at 4:30; o'clock.
WVES'T VIRGINIA
CRUSHES INDIANA
Bloomington, Ind., Nov. 11.-Ind~i-
ana met its worst defeat of. the sea-
son at its homecoming game today
when West Virginia held the home
team scoreless and ran up 35 joinits
in. the last three quartrs of the game
which was played entirely in the
Crimson territory.
Althouigh the Indiana team fought
desperately and did not concede vic-
.tory until the final whistle, it was
purely West Virginia's game Ifter
the-first quarter.
Michigan Daoty anal Chimes for $4.0

~'QIor star; of the Orange eleven. At 1 eft, ]34IlKenlogg,;fullback. At rligbt,,Jtm Eirugoate,-quarter 4ad half. In cen-
ter, atboI-e, "Dutch"iyIeer s, guna┬░+4," and beloiy, Gapt. Frantk Culver.

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DELICIOUS SODAS
Ice Cream in All Flavors
Dainty Fresh Candy
Lunches Made -daily
/ "HARRY"
WONDERFUL CREAM PATTIES
Made specially in Your Fraternity
or Sorority Colors

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(Syracuse adherents are about ready1
to prolaimn John F. "Chickt" Meehanj
youn'; football' coach there, a second I
"Gl1enn Warner" or' 'Per~cy Haugh-I
ton" as a result of his remarkable
work with a green team at the Syra-
cuse camp~us this season. And if 'thq
Orange team tops off its showing tqj
date with a victory over it's ancientI
and deadliest rival, Colgate, Nov. 18,
the Syracuse students and grads will
gob somewhat out of- their. heads, foot-
ballically speaking.
{Meehan's men sounded a warning
as to what mig~ht be expected of them
when they held the usually formidl' b e B o n ee e o -0 t c r
earl', in the season. Then, tackling
the powerful Penn State eleven at
the Polo grounds in New York a

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;couple of weeks ago, Syracuse dupli- 1 first downs in that game against fourj
cated this feat, playing a scoreless' tie! chalked up by Warner's mien.
with Hugo Bezdeik's ' mien. I Captain Culver' Quarterback "Babe"
Syracuse not only gave a great I Frugone4 Halfback Bill Kellogg and
demonstration 'of' defensive football! "Dutch" Heers are the. outstanding
in keeping its own goal line uncrossed, stars o't the team. H'eers, normally a
but surprised the experts with its of- guard, is one of the most versatile men ;
fensive power. 'iinthle game. I-Ic has played every po-
IMeehadf's boys outplayed the Pitts- sitioni on- the line since he entered
burgh team although". they lost', to college.
GlOenn Warner's crew due 'to a seven- As Syracuse keeps coming this yearI~
ty-yard run for a touchdown by "Tiny"N followers of the Orange team 'are' al-
Hewitt. Syracuse rigistered fifteejn ready looking forward to n ext sea-I

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Open the Gates of thlq Temnple
La Partida
Qtuartet in, D Major.

McCormackg
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Flonzaley Quartet
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HICKE Y-FRILEiJAN

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gave the
Varsity's
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Good.-$ye
Prelude in G Major
I Love to Tell the Story

Rach~n

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Hom'er

finest, yet moderate
in price.

a~s many of th~e regular fnrst
yen are out of the city. At the
e"'Curran and Neisch, at tackl-
e'anid, Rosatti, guards, Slaugh-
VIan Orden and Blott at center.
ackfleld Knode was at quarter,
nd Ranl~in at' the halves and
at MIlback. In the s~econd
racy 4e aced Keefer at lefts

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87534: One Sweetly. Solemn Thought

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eshnian oleo~ Club Meets Today,
embers of the Freshman Glee ,club
meet at 3 o'clock today in the
cal activities room' of the Union.
members who tried out are >re-
ted to be present as important
ess is to be transacted.

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