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VASITY LEAVES THIS AFTERNOON
FOR ENCOUNTER WITH HAKEYES

SUPERIORITY OF WEST ON GRID .Tg T ATTEMDrEAanw
ROVED BYNOTRE DAME ELEVENN Iao U ~U HLwuUULIeLarIa.ImI

EXT[NHLO TI CJUNTRYS NOTABLES

Old Gold Promises to Give ;11ichigan
Hardest Battle of
Seasfou
JOWA "REAR STORIES' .
DISCOUNTED BY COACHES,
Groomed up until the last minute
for what promises to be its, hardest
clash of the season, Michigan's Var-
sity football team will leave at 3:49
this afternoon for Cedar ltapids, Iowa,!
to clash with the Old Gold, Saturday
afternoon.+
Encouraged by the reports of the
,Iowa-Illlnois clash in which the Hawk-"
eyes were downed in the last few min-
utes of play, the Michigan Varsjlty
and coaches have been upset in theirl
anticipatidns of 4an almost certain#
victory over the Iowans by the result
of the game in which the Buckeyes
met defeat last week-end, and-the j
game this Saturday will see called
into use 4ll of the power which the
Maize and Blue can, summon in an
effort to maintain her season's record
and continue on her march toward
the Big-Ten title.
Reaelt Iowa Friday I
The team and the coaching staff, to-
'gether with a flock of supporters will
arrive in Cedar Rapids Friday morn-1
ing, stopping at the Montrose hotel.l
Friday afternoon the team will go
through a light workout in the Coe
Stadium, the rehearsing ground for.
teams invading the Hawkeye's stamp-.
ing ground at Iowa City. Saturday
the team will continue to its destina-j
tion, limbering up on Iowa field the'
morning of the encounter.
The drubbing which Iowa inflicted;
upon Ohio last Saturday was a revela-
tion in more respects than one, not
olinregard: to Iowva's str~ength buti
also in regard toh e' Weaknes'es
Iowa showed herself a steady machjne,
marching down the field like ,a steam
roller-until she came to the 10 yard
line. The Hawkeys'niarehed- the en-
tire lengtl of . the phio field time
after time, only to fail, on attempted
kicks, or to be thrown. back by the
opposing line. If Coach Jones has put-
,punch into his team during. thelae st
week, Michigan will have all'to fear I
that she counts on, but if the weak-
ness remains in evidence Saturday, a
Iowa will be the likely loser.-
"Bear Stories? Out

which, the coaches all predicted would
practically desert the passing game
for straight football tactics. Inthe
second game of the year the Hawk-
eyes made more attempts over the
aerial route than Michigan has ever
made in a single game, with one ex-
ception. As a result, the "talk" which
has been coming Michigan's way dur-
ing the past week has been discounted
iby the Wolverine coaches and Iowa
will meet a team prepared to cope
with almost any attack known to the
gridiron.
FrRESKMEN HARRWIERS TO
RUN TRIA M
FIARRJLL LOOKdNG FOR )EN TO
.REP1ACE SEMIORS ON VAR-
SITY SQUAD NEXT Y.EAR
Ted Sullivan, freshman cross coun-l
try coach will send his proteges
through a two and three-quarter mile
trial run Friday at 4:15 in order that
he may get a line on the merits and
ability of the various harriers. The
purpose of the run will not be to see
who is the most likely looking man on
the squad but to get a line on the
team as a whole and also give the
hill and dalers a little practice at
running together as a team.
No less than six of Steve Farrell's
best varsity runners will graduate
this coming June so the men on this
year's yearling squad will be called
upon to fill the gap left by the gradu-r
ating harriers. Davis, Rearick, Arndt,
Bowen, Griffen. and Polhen s are the
men whose places will have to be fill-
ed next season.
I, In the practices held thus far
Briggs comes to Michigan with a great
seem to be the cream of the yearlings.
Briigs comes to Michigan with a great
high school record, having won many
meets around Milwaukee. Hornberg-
er and Butler are both Ann Arbor
men and appear to have the makings,,
of good runners. Iart ran some good,
races for Saginaw Arthur Hill high
schoo2, and, can be tounted on to put
up a good fight for high honors.
Regular trials will be tendered the
runnerl every Friday afternoon until
the final run which is slated to take

(Continued from Page One)
In connection with the Marine
game and the field house dedication
he I)etrcit alumni have planned a
full day's program for Denby day toj
enterUain the Marines while they are1
{hcre. A committee has worked out
I plans for their reception while in that
city and what is termed as one of the
biggest military spectacles ever seen!
there will take lace when the 1500
MarIles led by their famous )and will
parade the streets and pass before the
reviewing stand in Grand Circus
Park.
J. M. O'Dea, '09, is in charge of the
'commit tee making full arrangementsr
for the day. The men are to bef
taken care of from the time of their
arri'al in the city at 8:10 Saturday
merning- until that night when they
will me given a'Military Ball and other
for of cntertainment by the Michi-
gan alumni, They will leave for Ann
Arbor at 11:30 o'clock Saturday morn-
ing to attend the game and the Yost
field house dedication, returning te
Detroit at 6 o'clock.
The committee designated by th'
Board in Control of Athletics as the
dedication comnmittee is as, follows:
Ralph W. Aigler, '07L, Ann Arbor.
Charlea Baird, '95L, Kansas City,
James Baird, '961, New York, Phillip
G. Bartelme, Syracuse, Junius E.
Beal, '82, Ann Arbor, Stewart Boyer,
'24L, Harry C. Bulkley, '95L, Detroit,'
Robert Clancy, '07, Detroit, William
Day, 'OOL, Cleveland, James DePree,
Holland, Charles B. DuCharme, '06,
Detroit, James E. Duffy, '92L, Bay
City, Lewis M. Gram, '01, Ann Arbor,
Carl Green, '10, Chicago, Harry Him-.
mond. '05, New York, Tom .Hammond,
Chicago, Richard Hardy,'17, Chatta-

lOUND-AN NET MAN
Harry Tillotson, dean of foot-
ball tickets, has found the mpst
honest man on the campus. Yes-
terday Harry received a check.
I fr-ome a student who, had founq a
ticket on the campus for the.
Ohio State game and who desir-
ed to pay for the ticket.
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Sport Sn ap Sluts
(By Jack Keene)
Schools and.- colleges everywhere
continue to give recognition to addi-
tional sporting activities. The latest
to come into the fold are the Uni-
versity of Missouri, which has added
wrestling, and the University of
Maine, which has o'rganized a girls'
hockey team.
Bob Cannefax is a great cnomeback.
'The former champion at three-cushion
billiards is going brilliantly n ,the
new race that is now under way.
Aug-- Kieckhefer is also doing some
magic stunts with his cue. However,
the experts still are of the opinion
that Tiff Denton and Johnny Layton
will fight it out for the title.
-Though President Comiskey of the
White Sox says that Kid Gleaosn's
successor will not be named until the
annual meeting of the American
league in December, there are persist-
ent rumors afloat that Eddie Collins,
the veteran and brilliant second sack-
er, will succeed Gleason in the man-
agerial chair. Ray Schalk and Harry
Hooper are also mentioned for the
job.
Babe Ruth, hero of the recent
world's series, will appear In a new
role this winter. Instead of doing a
thespian stunt such as he has done
in off-seasons of the past, he will put
on a mashie and niblick act. in plain-
er language, the Big Bambino will
tour the country with a company of
golfers during the winter months,
spending part of the time in Call-

The Irish eleven set for action, above, and below, four of the backs -who have starred so far this e-mson, left to
right, Lay(den, fullback, Miller, half N ck, Crowley, half back, and Stuhildreher, quarterback.
Notre Dame, the only eleven of the middle West to engage with Eastern teams of any standing so far this
season, left a trail of sorrow behind it .when it downed the Army and Princeton on two successive week-ends
and proved its superiority over the be st machine East of the Appalachians, Last week it establihed its reputa-
tion, and the reputation of the midd le West, even more firmly when it tramplAed on Georgia Tech, one of the
"best gridiron outfits in the Southland.

Students Of Manly Art Will
Begin Classes This Afternoon

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Wuelie nooga, Jont D. Hibbard,'87,,Chicago,

YnI,(a ,,around 1"Novr24_Tn flip final rm.-.I

I ~la : -, TA M \U . L'., Ili IIV III 2IUI
One of the greatest hindrances to the first three men to come in will be ,
anyone attempting to estimate the I presented with silver loving cups
strength of the Hawkeye aggregation! while the first six to finish will re-
is the multitude of "bear stories" is-I ceive 1927 jersies.

suing from their camp. Last Monday -
the Old Gold was supposed to have ~
lost three of her strongest players, I
Krasiski, 210 pound tackle, Capt.11
Miller, and Parkin, the last two, the:
impeti of the backfield. At present, 'l
Krasuski is almost sure to be on the I
jot), Miller is reported on the way to
recovery, and nothing is said about
Parkin, an almost certain indication
that he will be on hand. even thougt f
Parkin is out of the lineup, Fry, who |
took his place against the Buckeyes, i,
can wriggle through the line as suc- I
cessfully as anyone could wish.
At the beginning of the present sea- I
son, Iowa was supposed to have es- I
sentially a line-bucking machine, 1_

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WILCE VARIES STYLE
Columbus, Ohio, Oct. 31. -
Coach Wilce discarded the pass
system which has been used by
the Buckeyes for the past eight
years, and which has failed
againt Conference teais the
past two seasons in yesterday's-
practice. The team was sent
through a half hour's signal
drill using the new pass forma-
tions which Coach Wilce has
worked out in the last three
days.

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day in an interv
grain for the ye
posts have been r
old unsafe ones,
tightened, and t
drawn tighter, s
gin with my cl
one of the stud
with me earlieri
at 4 o'clock this
in the basementc
sium.
"I am looking
who have had e
who have not, bu
of being able to
al punishment
campus is filled
tell me that they
boxer from som
someone who h
prep school and
en. Student in
art of self defens
men show up and
I have men who
all of the opposit
just for the plea;
different styles
these reputed c
winds use. 'The
my slogan and s
the personnel of.

Sullivan said yester- team this winter when the shows
iew, "the boxing pro- , started.
ear will start. New "Many of the present leaders in
ugame at Michigan have dCvel
put in the place of the j mmr~nvcsadestoe
the canvas has been have any ambitions to'be able toI
he - ropes have 'been tect ther eves;at aik pc, I hold
o I am" ready to be- a hope of possible s'. . 05'n
ent training and constant observa
sses. I want every of the fundamentals will spel
ents who signed up least a mediocre success for an
in the year to report the tryouts. The present team i
afternoon at the ring ! need of good men in every class
of Waterman gymna- if the men will con-e out I wiH do
level best to tell all of the try
for good men, men all I know about the fight profes
experience and those in an effort to ,Il these vacancies
it have the basic trait-
stand a little physic-
without fear. The' In am ral l n
with students who
know of a champion The firat round matches for the
e other university or e
as come here from ternity handball touj-namnent
has never been beat- scheduled to start Nov. 11. Ent
terest in the manly should be made immediately. P
e demands that these ing for the initial round will iein
d display their wares. and announced the middle ofr
will be glad to meet week. Each house may enter a t
ion that they can find of two men, no substitutions a
sure of learning the entering. Contrary to all prev
of offensive which prctice, the tournament for the
hampions and whirl- ternity men will be held thisy
more the merrier' is before the holidays in order
o much better will be relieve the athletic tongestion w
the informal boxing (Contbned on Page Seven)

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14-Ilinois at Michigan. ...
19--Iowa at Michigan.
26-Minnesota at Michigan.
9-Michigan at Chicago.
11-Michigan at Minnesota
16Purdue at Michigan.
18.-Indiana at- Michigan.
'23.-Michigan at Purdue.
25--Miehigan at' Iowa'
1-Chicago at Michigan.
3-Michigan at Indiana.
8.-Michigan at Illinois.

Norman Hill, '11, Sault Ste Marie,
Roscoe Huston, 'Q4L, Detroit, John WV.
. Kelly, '24L, Henry Killilea, '85L, Mil-
waukee,Harry G. Kike, '24, Alfred
0. Lee, Ann Arbor, Dan B. McGugin,
'04, Nashville, James 0. Murfin, '96L,
. D)etroit, Branch Rickey, St. Louis,
Mason P. Rumney, '08, Detroit, Walter
H. Sawyer, '84, Hillsdale, George Sis-
Ier, St. Louis, Marion B. Stahl, '25L,
SRalph Stone, '92L, Detroit, Roy .Tor-
bet, Detroit, Daniel Zimmerman, Ann
Arbor, and Allen S. Whitney, '85, Ann
Arbor.'

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provement of recent years.
In Neckwear similar genius has resulted in Resilio which must make good
OR WE WILL.
It demonstrates its exceptional worth by exceptional wear.
The special bias-cut lining BANISHES the wrinkles, makes it knot smoothly
and smartly and confers upon it a longer lease of life.
For these reasons we proclaim (RESILIO) the "supreme achievement of
scarfdom."

s in _fornia.
~ Librarian Leaves for Capitol I
and r New York, Oct. 31.-Movie theaters
my William W. Bishop jlibrarian of the, all over the continent will observe Keith Devoe,' Ohio State's fullback,
outs University, left Ann Arbor yesterday national motion picture day on Nov. 19 is rated as one of the best football
sion ( on a business trip to Washington, D. this year, according to the announce- men in the country, being both heavy
s.' C. I-e expects to terminate the ai- men.. of the Motion Pictuer Theater and speedy. He is unanimously
fairs of the University which called Owners of America, an organization claimed by the Ohio supporters as the
him away in about a week, when he representin g 12,000 American film hardest line hitter on the Buckeye
'. will return to this city. houses. squad in recent years.
fra- l ili_
are ( .w
tries " ...
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