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UPSETS CRASH FAYORED TEAMS
TO EARTH IN TWO GREAT BATTLES

He Helps To Make
Cornell Powerful
$5K

and Princeton Eleve' kick
c Pot All Over The Field
And Win
)AY B((I44EST OF YEAR
NATIONAL GRID CiRCId;

versity of Detroit came back a few
notches in the favor of its supporters.
by downing the tricky Haskell ndi-I
ans 13 to 3 by dint of a determine4t
running attack. M. A. C. took another
defeat, this time at the handls of Ohio
Wesleyan, 9 to G. Nebraska practical-
i Iv rlint-h d tha MNiQzi i V nrO?"

tured by two crashing upsets oj riiveo3riteUeti d.sI 28 to
teen e tle ssobeain Kasasy o-
ope in the 3 to 0 besting Wis-
n accepted at the hands of Zip-
fighting Illini and Princeton's The Harvard-Princeton battle hele
3 defeat of Harvard at Cambridge. about the same relative position in the
day saw the best games of the i east that the Badger-Illini tilt held
n played on the various grid.!in this section. The Tigers were
of the country. known to be a fighting aggregation
hably not one person out of ten but it was a case of a green team of
1 have ventured an opinion that fighters opposed to a smooth runnin j
:adgers would not, down Illinois I organization carrying in its backfield

Inram uralItms'I[intervening between the victory over
SNorthwestern the squad gained is
tVtride resulting ia far better dis-
~ play of teamwork during the Wiscon-'
heItamnuralofice isro cin e-Ssn gmeFa tis season. esde t uark
tensive fl]ans for December spor ts sn r M aVL sn gef e thsaonth e sid heaep k-u
expects to have a number of sched I U!Led improvement in the Illinois eleven
ules ready within a week or ten days* the Badgers had to contend with the
The all-campus handball tournament Undishayed by Victory of Illinois, loss of Murray who was counted on VADE MARK R
has already been announced and the Wisconsin Ilay "Take it Out". for big things. The moral effect of tHEORIC
entries are coming n rapidly. There fill Michigan the squabble that followed the an-
is every indication that the tourna- neuncement of Murray's ineligbility
ment will be keenly contested niot n- (AR"INAL IN GREAT S11APE wrought more havoc with the squad
ly because of the number of contests FOR WOLVERINE ONSLAU HT than did the actual loss of the player. Whenyou
ants that are entering but because of I ..When the two teams line up on Fer- theoldnar
the high caliber of a goodly number of (Srecial to The Daily) y field Saturday, in spirit it will be a the comforta
far(diferenaCardnaThtem thalthatsure to start;
them. Interfraternity handball will . far different Cardinal team than that Get the origi
not occupy the stage until sometime w Madison, Nov. 13.-Determined to do which opposed the Illii. The lineup tationscanno
in February. thesame to Michigan's hopes thattI- W lie practically the same as it was .5c to $1. er
linois did to theirs last. Saturday the last. week with Cantain Rollie W ibl lyby The D
tBadger eleven will journey to Ann Ar- (Continued on Page Seven)
Director Mitchell has planned that bor next Saturday ready to give every- "Feat
both the class bowling and fraternity thing they have for victory. Little dis-: Have YOU sined yAGUE Stud
basketball games be entirely disposed couragement over Saturday's defeat is pledge?-Adv.
]of before the holidays. In order to being displayed, rather a spirit of
facilitate this he requested that all fight such as has not been displayed
class managers of the bowling team, by the members of the team and the
communicate with the Intramural of- student body before this year.
fice sometime this week so that defin- The blow last week was far from a'
ite arrangements may be completed surpris' to those who really knew
at once.. how things stood. BobZuppke start-
ed the season with a relatively green( t
Coach Sullivan announced Monday football team and it is perfectly na-
that in view of the fact that the,n1 tural that the quality of game which
tramural authorities have placed such they put up should improve as the g
a great deal of time upon the devel- season progresses. During the week
jopment of the all-fresh cross coditryP P
squad and because of the unusual in-
terest and excellence of the material *
this fall, he desired that all men who
have been trying out for the all-fresh ___
refrain from taking part in the Fall
IGaines between the freshman and U
sophomore classes which will tak
place Saturday morning. -®SHOES - ANTS '-

REG. U. S. PAT. Op.
GINAL wIne
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change-from
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able wide ones, be
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nal E. Z..which im-
ot equal.
erzgwhere, in sing?..gp a* nd tho
?and the E. Z. Sport Gasrter. Made
Tos. P. Tayl.,.rigeport, Cos.
ured by all leading
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at least one touchdown before
he time Saturday and when the
tball ektras came out the general
nfon was that there must have
n some mistake. However in the
ne itself there was no s6n e1
ye; the Indians went at the job in
d in a workmanlike manner mess-
up every attempt of the great Wi. -
ns to get away on one of his long
sting runs and refused to be baff-
by Barr's forward passattempts.
Overeonfidence Ioses.
here is no question but that Rich-
's inen under-rated the Sucker ag-
gation, the result being another'
nimonial to the dread power of ov-
>nfldence. Due to the presence of
t and the rest of the Michigan par- ,
it the game Richards had evidently'
nded to play, a- waiting game and
w nothing at all in the way of trick
nations. He was forced to abandon
se tactics, open up everything he
and rush his stars to the rescue
several reserves in an effort to'
rg the tide. It will be a different
en that invades Ferry field this
k end.
was showed the greatest attack1
as presented to a mnajor opponent
season when Minnesota was-
'ned 28 to 14 at Iowa City.During
first half of .the game Parkin and
ke seemed to be irresistible and
entire total of 28 points was
g up. The Gophers came back
ng in th second half and gave evi-1
ce of the potential .power Spaul-
hashdeveloped, power which
ild be at its highest point when
t takes his men to Minneaoplis1
25.;
Maroons Too. Good
hiio State made a desperate fight to3
:k the rushing maroons at Colum
but Stagg's men were a few points.
strong, leaving the field 14 to 9
ors. Wilce gained some consola-f
from Pie. fact that his men showy
nore fight than they have in any
ious game this season and he i;f
pointing for the Iowa clash Sat-
ty. The Buckeyes unleashed an
msive forward pass attack and
i the chance for attaining perfec-
of execution this week are at to
ea dangerous overhead game to
such ball carriers as Isabel,
-kman, and Klee in the offensive.
orthwestern won her first Con,'
nce football game in two years by
ng Purdue down 24 to 13 and al-
gh the Evanston campus is not
cially proud of the feat it is taken1
an indication of some fat years
ahead under Thistlewaite's direc-
Indiana's homecoming was
led by a 33 to 0 spanking at the
is of West Virginia, one of the
ly strong teams of the year.
itside of Big Ten circles the Uni-

two of the greatest players of the
year, Captain Buell and Owen. From
the beginning of the game the fate of
the Crimson was sealed. Owen could
not gain through the Orange ands
ebick line that Thomas of Chicago
tore to shreds the week before, and
close following of the ball by right
tackle Mfker of Princeton led to the
one touchdown while the same man
booted Princeton's goal from the field.J
It Was the first time that Princeton
has defeated Harvard at Cambridge'
since 1896.
Cornell demonstrated that her top
heavy scores in previous games thisI
year were pot entirely due to easyI
opponents has been freely charged,J
when the Ithicans walloped Dart-
mouth 23 to 0 on the Polo grounds,J
New York City. The big Red attack,
headed by Captain Eddie Kaw, last
year all-American half back was too
much for the Hanoverians who held
Harvard to a 12 to 3 count only two1
weeks ago.
Cacltolics Strong
Knute Rockne scored another tri-f
umph when his unseasoned eleven
held the powerful Army machine to a
scoreless tie on the Plains at West
Point. Nothing less than a fumble by
the Westerners on their own four
yard line in the lasttuarter cost the
Irish team their fifth consecutive win
from the Cadets. itt downed Penn-
sy 7 to 6 in one of the traditionally
bitter battles between the two institu-
tions, the seventh wine for the Panth-
ers in their last eight engagement
with the Quakers. Lafayette beat
Rutgers handily 33 to 6 at New Bruns-
wick.
In intersectional games the eastern'
representatives had a decided edge,
Bostoncollege licking Baylor 33 to 0,
Navy overwhelming St. Xavier, of.
Cincinnati, 52-0, Washington and Jef-
ferson turning back the Wabash Lit-
tle Giants 32 to 6 and Syracuse win-
(Continued on Page Eight)

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SHIRTS

Captain Eddie Raw
Have YOU signed your LEAGUE
pledge?--Adv.f

The speedball schedule for Tues-
day: Sophomore Engineers vs. Junior
Engineers at 3:30; Freshman Engin-
eers vs. Education at 3:30. or Wed-
nesday: Phi Gamma Delta vs. Alphal
Sigma Phi at 3:30; Dents vs. loser of
Junior Lit-Senior Engineers game at
4:30. Soccer match is all-Enginner
fvs. all-Medic at 4:30.

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Special Padded Basketball Pants $1000
Sweat Shirts $1.65

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SWEAT SHIRTS SPECIAL. s.65

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TOOTH

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The other day a young lady came
to The Pen, Shop and said, "This
pen never would write. I want to
buy a new one."
We always make an allowance
on old pens, so I said, "Let's see
your pen. I can save you money
by making you a trade allowance."
She handed me the pen and I saw
that all it really needed was adjust-

ing to the way she wrote, so I said,
"I really wouldn't sell you a new
pen when we can make your old
one as good as new. This will be
ready tomorrow morning."
When she came in and tried it
you should have seen her smile as
she exclaimed, "Why it writes bet-
ter than any pen I ever had!"

After being told the charge. she
was ever more surprised and said,
"I certainly am going to tell my
friends to come to Rider's Pen
Shop to get their pens fixed or to
buy a-new one!"
"I would much rather have you
tell them there is a GOOD SQUARE
DEAL waiting for them at-

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You Will Wonder How We Do It!
Many young men wonder how we can offer the values
that we do. The answer is simple enough. We. would
rather make less on each garment sold and make it up on
the number of garments we sell.
So We have priced Our Coats to Sell
We have in our store as excellent a stock of coats as you
could wish to see. Dozens and dozens of them for you
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