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t________________________RUE MICH-IGAN DAILY =FMlIAY,

NOVIIMUE'R 1923

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igg est rdGameyOfek in West Will Eliminate
One Big Ten Con tender And Oen Mamlouth Stadium

I , Leads 9'Y TA~olvorines I BYCH RINGECHENG THOUSANDSI'; IE Oir :ADNi
(I)W'1R1 1C'0 INEAl I NAN) BANI)
;FLAY OF SUBSTIT#UTE'S I MAIZE AND BLUE LINKE%" :i.!.... . k ". .r.,rl ., ..w.n.
ADDS TO CONFID NCE' TO RECEIVE ACID Ti~S T
fal os olgSrt esosteTeamn in Best of Condition as Squad. The biggest game of the west, if not sadsI
Entire Weeke Grooming n*te. Boards rain for Cedar Rapids, n the country, Saturday, will be
enorFeHeadquarters agmn
' fenfor Fe o'fought out in the new. stadium ati
Iowa City Ia.. Nov. l.(Sp eciai)--The 't: °' Accompanied by the cheering of a jC a p gn Il, erc d fo th Tniat pressen
xSc~ rcie ~g et1i)O record send-off crowd, the Varsity Iest fIlni athletic activities 1 ,00" J
*Iw il nfl oc oih sIfootball team, coaches and trainersI The game between the Uiniversit y of rilyea
,Coach Howard Jones began rillingIliosadteniriyofCcgoIwlwlled
:-i e o h ihgngm r~ eated at 3:40 yesterday afternoon!Ilni n h nvriyo hcg Millan w
ais men foramotthea- Vic oithanewgaadem hnere
Saturday. Sttdents,- facuty,; alumui F. a, ''t; for Iowa This morning they will ar- Will dedicate the new mamohcn iesftenwstdun h
crt stands and also will eliminate ria ~tii 3t im.
'?.d townspeople were barred Era~~the le rival captains.inCCedt.Rapids and-ill>engageft of Cicgo %bove, Capt. Jim Iin i a
field and absolutely no one saw the r-r*ivin lgtprcieinteeedtdu one of the three remaining contenders - ~lhn~mnti
-practice. Coach Jones however an- .~~atroo.Tmro for the Western Conference title-un- meIti
'nouceda fw fctscone~iingthe hisaftrnon. omorowmoringcago and Michigan teams aic the only Wisconsin and Minnesota have tie Nothing]1
workout after it had been completed. 3t" < they will continue to the scene ofI less it ends in a tie. The Tilini, Chi- ntaslf nteCneec. ae odl hi eod Tenwst~y l
Miller, Hancock to !Pla~yaction at Iowa City, and tomorrow of- -unbeate
Wt y200suet We tr-I< ternoon they will engage the Hawk-I first game on the Iowa schedule, the ecagIfpns pe nteuain hc oasln a sar-adt
turet'tebycang-2,0nt.00k ostudentiosw whena' Ineha ait e-are-e
tundvictorious from Ohio Sunday eyes in what portends to be the hard-I awkeyes attempted . passes , TiaO ca
bateo h ovrns 93pse hnMcia vratmflother hand wl eready t ikwhen sl o t play against Ohio. With sutewaadieemaatvltol tszl nchueinaigegme ihteexpiny
schedule.ver nes 1inf a s i hnle cga e vth e xc ptonever the ball gets d n a t m ~ dger usl y close jt out thte d
ltion. The injury to John tianaock "'. ' During the past week both teams of the walk-away with M.A.C. in 1922; to the Michigan goal line and can uc er utted
, ~depended upon to average 50 yards or' . nfraUe l I teems 'aspa
wa's, not as serious as was first j K...}n ave been resting, indulging in leng One third of the attemhpts were corn-!forT dysepc
th iu~ht and medical authorities said l ~ .. thy signal drills every afternoon as pleted. A week later Iowa eorplet-( more to each try. In the Ohio game, ___ o h
tooat that his condition was the same their only means of keeping in trim ed 7 out of 11 passes triedagit Fisher who was called upon to punt) Treo h upsd edn of h l
as'te day following the l Illinois a con -fo the conflict. Michigan will be the Illinois. Against the Ohioans Iowaavrgg41tnesfrhe rtriyspdbl
fotvrgn 4dadht h uk ftedr.o tefaentysedaljternity
tet ati ln ilrwsotbetter prepared physically, having completed 6 out of 18 passes tried foryadbtheucsf
in g: suit tqinight hbut did not take 'been given a rest last Saturday a- a total yardage of 147 yards. Michi-,hsta are h alit aecaminhpwr lmntdatrshdl
erIterritory after every exchange. Gra- hard strugles in yesterday after-: should 1
p~'t in the practice. It is generally tenohl h Wleiesbt-j a a eepctdtreev e
b'ved-ot the Iowa campus however, }Harry Isipke ttesotrampled nthe Aggeiese sh- a ofetexsaecteatmetcene ham is the other Iowa puter noning for t
belie , tutestrampled on he Aggies. Te sThee lineupswhichreIowat will.useeI ;!°e,1dtheevctorserump}hldatadno- !and nn
tht both he and Hancock will get; Capt. Harry Kipkce, the Wolverine Tahyewl ete oeo de aeso h akys~
kin~~~~Fa ke e will Kbauskiewiloreobnliednot htateammats in theinvasion ofnIowa which oItweatwallastthei.stragalndfotw
itthe fray against Michriga. Par-'Al-American star halfback, will lead !having engaged with two strong Conl- Iow Covers Ptases~Well gill remais a mystery, but it is un-lable provement; were recorded for wo.1
k Ann; rausi illprbalyno thistemmte i te ivaio o IwaIference teams on the last two Satur- Not ordy are the Old 'old players derstood that the team will be prac -;l trtai ster t enteofofIng.
rmrt k it.; CitY on Saturday: Kipke's puinting days. Both squads will be prepared able inax a game of ras~g the ball ticaly up to full strength. Either adv anced. paeie
VPiactlco tonight was light, the t<am and all around play is expected to f or one another, Michigan expecting but -0 te defensive inst similar Parkin or Fry will be in at quarter- hi tsigma Delta was the first, to pai
rt lng' through limbering uip drills; assure this sterling back of being' to give her full strength in an attempt attaicks they are bette eeqOiuacreedigupntern' o- reise awnAph hoCiibin zfr
aft the game with the'TBuckeyes and p~cdo hsya' l-mrcn'to retain her honors against what she tried 32 passes again Eiawkeyes dition. Both of these men play like' left n the short ed of a 1 o 0 sore. relievet
t~ro @itentded trip. Tuesday was sched-;eleven.'rgrsahestoesopoeto"lswek TecoPiSmaDlawsteagesr
read shr togs ponn fls we.Tecrh a ers inter-j halfbacks, taking the bal on nuzmer- h im et a h grso has mar
uediscrmae ayawaalo _________ the season. Iowa, on the other hand, cepted 8, or exactly forh of osocsosfrln ukfo throughout and left no doubt in their grams fo
3Wfdtesday. Drill will probably taper o, cson o ieiourfo, poetsiida owh ol m
ok witha "dumm" scr~m, Whilethe Iow forwar pwsslfrm-veieverything to gain and noth- them. Nothing could 1 roe more of svrlyards back of the srimmnage es ewne.Tervtrnta
( ia fih aF"idmy it aight Wies hevorkadfnicely las for- o+lro hwnernhi vtrntam A ing to lose. Her defeat at the hands a shadow on'the ra "for the Wol' line. Glen Mile, h~ soeo h b sgo sayta rc ln
ti e- ad fiishFridy wth ali;cerning
S*Abl, practice. v consider able time will be spent onl of Illinois two weeks ago has :vr- verines, whose one pi'tmethod of best 'ground gainers on the team is r pebl riio ic h
,,ia' t tack duigpatc hs'tal ut her out of the race, and her 'gaining durin -the' re t season has{ still in poor condition but may be iv;c' ~i pedalLidrn ic th ie annu
4"s~atc'h Jones declined to make any ithe araprtat(hrngpatiety-y
'1'erhis od s'ig nsallat:ien o h aea ihgnAthletic
kit dment today' concerning the Mich- wce. This is particularly true of the.' only desire is to bring the Maize and been over. the aeri rte Fisher, 'e'hsodasgnmient tomorrow. adwl egvnsroscnier-wihe
i t'game oter t? an the "Iowa will defensive part of the aerial business Blue to her own level. ,Duaber, Parkin, Fry, t;dd, Miller, all.'Iowya Line Heaylin by te remaining teams when thepera1
them a ;gonxl hattle". 'Iowa'si for the Hawkey", are counting on a Michigan Fully Prepared ; Hawkeye backs, are a able in break- Onpeteaotier et enfni ndfnl repae.atelyan
hl "iiig against the Buckeyes hw complicated and intricate forward at- Mihgnwilb ulyPeaedt n u poin .ue o oor aewilh h
e*ar as put a spirit of conifidence jr- I tack from Michigan's hands. ;cope with any kind of an attack that, opeigtheir a' teyar inowHLligan tewecndcnteto h fe-(C
ftlvte Iowa student body that was not the Iowa coaches may have devised for, On the other hand the lowa passes battle' between the two opposing ine. no eaTeaPa xetdwn
t1t > seven days ago. Students and Foresters to !Col Conveion use aaginst them. The line rushes of which have been cori etd success- yes boas a forvad wal sdrto ttenso lphaSim
fr etlda of tite uivarsity elieve Ioa Ththe Hawkrsyes hhaveroft courseebeeneyfullye in theseearlierfugames, hgenerallygaaveragingal210aepounds.20Ifothds.Ifgures PhirebyPait12 to16 o count.n Thehegame
i"r b good chance to "bump tVie Rol- ! ,I"yfa_;receiving the greatest amount of, at-i from either Fisher or Dunaber, to e-re crrct te Iowa team this year ;sagedt fairly even throughout the er'dlifi
ulty will attend a meeting ~~~~of he Ohioj tention in the Michigan camp but their thier Hancock or ,Romney, will have a boasts a line that outweighs any th- dsbuthAlaSisybeerl-
Yep ite 'ff 'tte dmti 1 o
boipnwithoutb~tte. i reicnFrses tWotrOi.t-open attacks, successful against all' strong defense to go through before er line in the country and onewhic ,arud teAlpwrkaided wi bththe'll
' ' of the teams which they have met "this; they and ini the hands of the receiv-' eairthnay other line which breaks doubled the score before the
4<nf 6w heefield o lthis tweek l tubefore i ihe-r:Leigh o Y'oung, oand Prof. betRussel Po.Watson j.yawl ewthdcoey fte(es ik n tgr too h at'hspae otali mrc ntefnlto one.jlaetdy rfssrWto ssc isrcin ftecahsaefl s ak nte'et aeboe pls eae h nyra etDslyn iwtipoe fes
Ukd~y.o With the senationl plaigt ea-ofte eton lowed. Iowa lost a game to Illinois' as many passes so far this season as' which the Hawkeyes have had were and defense,. Ntu Sigmta N, the po
____________________________ Itwo weeks ago simply because she any other two backfield men in the in the Illinois game and the Ohio, essional leage favorte, added a- m
Of, Scantleburg, sutbrtitute )iuater-I failed to use judgment in her method1 country. Miller, the Michigan full- 'gamie. According to spectators who ' o~hermrkothilngisofped
c al still e fr es n t e r mm~ s f l
~hs -arei oing to be a bit reluctant I pleted seven passes out of eleven at- edl with the art and has a knack of week the Iowa team moved like a' Rappac Si Ima into camnp to the tune of blearn
to "re urn th~ e postions o the RY O UTS ARE NE D~ l)! tem pts. The t rouble w as that the hanging onto the ball instead of m ere- steam roller. M ichigan on the a yother as t ~ . T e r t a m s P i Sa D l
t kun#s stctstoterg.passes were used at inopportune times.' ly preventing the other side from re- and might have done the samletin tiscnyiedevteasndwlthuec
u9r holders of them. If Parkin is , ifeetpoeuei x
nhicly'bet'pabe ilhave I bsetalmanager athrwotemelnuptoerewatdHeeydLak ntebut the forward passing watueden-,snls
t01816'v moe suffto kep is ob a , thetwoteas lieuptomrrowaT awkyes ack Puter wa usdiiiedsals
All menmre tufwthkep isaveat asetealliare eedo. Punting will also play a large part stead of.straight football. In the few Six tams remain in the runirhinga
cqithtr in the face of competition gatl;enwohv be nte tron
fO tiFry and cantlebuiry. Similarly campus one year are eligible. ine rushes will be expected by the in the contest. Iowa suffers 'a lack of Plays in which Michigan did use line this hour and a superior brand of play
i e~llor illhae pent of-olpoi Men caring to try out are ask- IWolverines but Iowa has proven her- anyone who can boot, the ball with ISulashes she found little difficulty in' is lookedl for when they fight it out i1llli
ti~WronA Gaha. Tat'~o ew en' ed to report at the gymnasium I self nearly as capable with the pass consistency and has depended so far I Jaining ground and if straight football' for he titles next week on south Ferry
nrhold? their jobs against the reg- t73I cokayngh.aJh atnsrih oobl.I heti esn pnmkn p nln id enue or xesvl Mc-fe& Tocaposhp r ob
urs option is not improbable. E'----------- _- '_____Igame with the Oklahoma Aggies, the! rushes~ the ground which Is lost in gans line might have gained the rep- decided, the general fraternity league
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e designed s' that future cu-
rts xwill turn them into a re-
stadiumi which will seat more
,000 persons. As constructed
it they will hold more than
inmmny Pyott, flashby half back,
1 the Chicago eleven in I be
ontest. ,Anda Capt. Jim Mc I-
ill lead Coach Zuppkd's hope-
ludients and gradk are jubilant
strength showni by Zupipke's
year after three lean years.
ess than the Big Ten title will
1PIn.:
professional fraternity league.
ia goal before thema many of
tic m'anagers will seek to iron
lefects revealed in tho last two
!y and make done grand fight
cups.
rst round matches for the fra-
hafmdball tott'nament are
td to start Nov. 11. Entries
be made immediately. Pair-
lie initial round will be imiado
eunced the middle. of next
4aeh house may eter a team
men, no substitutions. after
Contrary to all previous
the tournament for the ' ra-
men 'will b)e held, this year
the holidays in order to
.he athletic, conges tion which
ked all, o% the v-inter pro
Dr the, last few years.
tvth ye'nanreie~ handball tournament is
al fraternity swimming meet.
mnagers of the 'fraternitie-3
xpect to cot pete should ,Ip-
he lntrA'4nuraV'offlce inurtedi-
d sign up for thxe representa-
rntinuse(d on page eight)
TRAD~ITIONS
ot to true MWcligan men anrd
F'reshm en shtouldi start right
ing the songs, the yells, and
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Each play of the football game at Iowa City, as flashed on the Grid-
Graph Electrical Score Board, will prove as thrilling as the actual spectacle
on the field.
The miniature illuminated gridiron, clearly visible from all' parts of Hill
Auditorium, will graphically illustrate all the action taking place in the big
game.
This is the same board that was operated for the out-of-town games
last year and created such a sensation.
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