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November 25, 1922 - Image 6

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In Game Today YALE Ilikely to overcome the steady Blue


Coach Farrell's Harriers Hope for
Victory in Annual Hill and
l, Race
Big Ten cross coumtry-will wind up
a successful season this morning when
it will run its most important race atj
Purdue. Coach Farrell has exerted]
every effort to bring his team up to'
its maximum strength on the day of
the Conference race, and his hill and
dale men have shown improvement
every day. They no doubt will in the
best possible shape for their big race.
The team of seven men left yester-
day morning accompanied by the M.
A. C. harriers who came from East
Lansing to join them on the trip. Con-
trary to expectations there will onlyl
be 10 colleges entered in the race as
three or four of the Conference teams
did not see fit to send an aggregation
to reuresent them at Purdue.
Coach Farrell bases his hopes of
winning on a strong, well balanced
team. With the exception of Isbell,
the Wolverine hill and dale men are
of about the same calibre. They should
be able to come in about 3-4 of a min-
ute slower than Isbell. The team hav-
ing the lowest score for its first fle
men wins the race and Steve, plans on
having all of his men finish well up inj
the front. ;
Isbell Expected to Win
Isbell has shown throughout the sea-
son that he is a cross country runner
par excellence. He has won easily all
the races that he has run and it is
doubtful if there will be any other man
in the race that will be able to force
him ,o take a lower place. It is al-
most impossible to determine the cali-
bre of the other men that oppose Is-
bell as the times that they have made
have' been over different courses.
Captain "Bowen, Arndt, and Reinke
are a trio that are well matched.
Arndt has the edge on the other two
and will no doubt prove that next to
Isbell he is the strongest runner on
the team. In the past races he has
for the most part been able to take
second place. Captain Bowen runs a
steady race and usually is not far be-
.hind Arndt at the finish. He has through
practice been able to spread his speed
over the course instead of using it in
a spectacular finish.. With the over-
coming of this difficulty Bowen has
been able to make much better timhe
and will without doubt run the best
cross country race he has ever ran
this morning.
Reinke Increases Confidence ,
By "defeating Bowen in the Harp-.
ham trophyrace last Saturday Reinke
added a lot of confidence to his run-
ning ability; This star half miler of
the freshman team last year has been

new at cross country and this increas-
ed confidence in his ability as a hill
and dale man cannot help improving
his race this morning. Reinke has
powerful legs and will no doubt use
them to advantage in helping to bring
the honors back to Ann Arbor. ~
Shenefield and Rearick are the other
two men that will compete for the
Wolverines and will help materially to
bolster un Coach Farrell'R aggregation.
They are not far below Arndt, Bowen,
and Reinke in ability and may even
come in ahead of some of them this
morning. Michigan's chances of win-
ning the C,onference title in cross-
country this year will rest to a consid-
erable extent on thes two men. Al-
though only the first five men's scores
will count it is important that the fifth
man turn. in a comparatively low!
Ames and Wisconsin Strong
Although many colleges have en-
tries in this race that are stars, there
are few that have well rounded teams.
Michigan has to fear Ames nd Wis-
consin more because they have strong
teams than because of any particular
stars that they may possess.
The race will start at 10:30 o'clock
tlls morning and will be run over a
hilly five mile course. Maps of this
course showing the various heights at
all points. were forwarded to all the
colleges that were entered and this
j has helped to make the runners some-
what familiar with the course before
they run over it.
Results of the race will be given in
the extra this afternoon and the places
that Coach Farrell's men were able to
take. The team will return Sunday
--Today's Games--I
Michigan at Minnesota.
Northwestern at Iowa.j
Wisconsin at Chicago.
0. S. 'U. gat Illinois.
Indiana at Purdue.
Mass. Aggies at M. A. C.

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UI Linacnine.Akioti1i eams are at tii best ) At 4:15 o'clock, Monday afternoon. IFoota4l in 1899
hand spite of the defeats suffered by the All-campus cross-country run -"Back in 1899 there was not the
thboth teams theyaare strong powerful i be held. It will be run over the great interest in football that is so
elevens and in a hard fought battle ,
BOTh! TEAMS ON EIGE O GREAT between the two either one is likely course '-round the boulevard which is wvde-slfread nowadays ,but when the
BATTLE AT NEW hAVEN to emerge victorious. ..7 miles long. Many of lie students Maize and Blue mole-skin wearers
TODAY have signed up cor this evnt and journeyed to Chicago to clash witlh
~~~~-~-~ much com)petituin is expected among the Wisconsin Badger nearly 800
Once again the eyes of the world no L s A the runners, esci:ally those thtwill 'students and the band went along.
in undert he reshiman colors.Many , What perhaps was the ancestor of
are turned toward the Yale-Harvard Chao the yerlig runners were at the the priceless Wisconsin megaphono
game-the classic of modern foot- I. < lass games when the ireshman race that was stolen this year put in its
ball. The reverses of the two teams~~ was held and they wish to have a appearance at this game. The big
count for nothing in the eyes of the ; Running true with prediction the chance to rectity themselves. horn was more than 10 feet high and
alumni of the schools and as great a junior lits cinched the interclass - six men were needed to carry it. Wis-
battle as ever is due to take place. speedcball championship yesterday af All entries for nter-fratcrnity has- consin won 17 to 5, the Michfgan
Old Eli with her mind set on aveng- ternoon by defeating the medics 4-3 in ketball should he turned into the In-, touchdown coming from a 50 yard
ing the defeats of the last few years a terrific battle. tramnural department at once. A lrin.
is favored to down her time honored The junior lits outclassed their o)- schedule will be made out by the otli-
rivals while the Crimson is determin- ponents im the aerial ,route, but their cials for the practice sessions which
ed to take another step towards even- advantage in this phase of the game will start on Dec. 1, and continue un- HILL AUDITORIUM
ing the all-time record of victories was offset considerably by the clever t i] Clhristnas vacation. ELECTRICAL
between the two schools. kicking team that the medics p~resent-! E "I. A
In all, 40 games have taken place ed. A good sized crowd witnessed -gs s
in the last 47 years. Yale having 23 the struggle, the biggest yet at anyl Architects will engage the soph lies S O E O R
victories to her string, Harvard 12. contest. ,in a speedball contest at 3:30 o'clock, NOVEMBER 25T[
Since 1910, however the Crimson has Watts, Clora and Scott did the ma-
taken eight of the 10 games played, ior share of the kicking for the win-
another ending in a scoreless tie. Theh ners and were ably supported by their
Bulldogs are due to make a comeback teammates, Merner, Gessener and
and her. best opportunity to do so inI Wright, who did the larger part of
years has arrived today the passing work. Young payedL .
A 'comparison of the two elevens good all around game for the junioI'-
which represent the rivals thi, year lits but had to be taken from the gam i
can only be made through the com- because of injuries. Cooper, Camp-
bell and Creno starred 'for the medics
p~aritive scores against arnct nd
was downed by the Tigers 10-3. This several times with their sensational
fact together with the Crimson'skicking.
downfall at the hands of the Brown This is the third time that the jinn-
squad speaks for a Blde victory this i tr lits have copped the fall sport aN ovem bera2ty
afternoon. Neither one of the two that has been played among the dif- UdU U ay
teams is' anywhere near up to its ferent classes. Practically all of the
standard this season but the Bulldogs men who played on this fall's team
have by fai the better balanced ag- were members of the aggregation that
gregation of the two. won the soccer championship in the o
Buell and Owen of Harvard are de- fall of 1920 and 1921.
pended upon to do most of the work
for their team while Old. Eli will have Huron St. Taxi 25c" 445.--Adv.
no particularly outstanding stars Floyd Dl's new book of plays re -
with the exception of Captain Jordan: viewed in The Sunday Magazine for East Liberty Street
Every man on the Yale team is de- Nov. 26.-Av. 15 a Lb t S
pendable making the line strong and
the backfield full of driving powers
The cunning of her bAcks together HIAL AUIDITORWA _____________________________
with the brute force which has char ELR
acterized all of her games so far bodes ELECTRICAL
ill for Harvard. SCOREBOARDILO
Harvard's team is more of the NOVEMBER 25TH L
tcy, fashy type. Buell and Owen;I

Irwin UteritzI
Irwin "Utz" Uteritz, Varsity quare
terback, who will pilot the Wolver-
ines today in their last battle of they
season against the strong Minnesota,
aggregation. Upon him rests the job
of mystifying the Gopher defense with
a versatile attack by Michigan.
California at Stanford.
Washington at Oregon Aggies.
W. and J. at Detroit.
Harvard at Yale.
Dartmouth at Brown.
Notre Dame at ?Carnegie Tech.
Navy vs. Army.
In a recent article on the Univer-
sity rifle club, the impression was,
given that membership was only op-
en to R. 0. T. C. students. This im
pression is erroneous, since all Uni-
versity men are eligible.



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