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HARRlIERS MEET 'ILLINOIS A9ND
OHIO IN MEET THIS MORNING

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Well Balanced Maize and Blue
Should Be Able to Kelep
Slate Clean

Squad

Michigan vs. Marines at Ann Arbor.
Wisconsin vs. Illinois at Urbana.
O. S. U. vs. Purdue at Lafayette.
Chicago vs. Indiana at Chicago.
U. of D. vs. Carnegie Tech. at De-
troit.
M. A. C. vs. Creighton at East Lans-
ing.
Notre Dame vs. Nebraska at Lincoln.
Missouri vs. Oklahoma at Columbia.
Marquette vs. South Dakota at Mar-
quette.

Yale vs. Maryland at New Haven.
Harvard vs. Princeton at Princeton.
Pennsylvania vs. Lafayette at Phil-
adelphia.
Penn State vs. Georgia Tech. at
State College.
W. & J. vs. Waynesburg at Wash-
ington.
Cornell vs. Columbia at New York.
Dartmouth vs. Brown at Providence.
Syracuse vs. Boston U. at Syracuse.
Army vs. Arkansas Aggies at West
Point.
Navy vs. St. Xavier at Annapolis.
Brown vs. Dartmouth at Providence.
Centre vs. Sewamee at Memphis.
Berlin; Nov. 9.-Reuter's Agency
says the Munich revdlt has been sup-
pressed.

DAVIS MICHIGAN'S BEST BET
TO BEAT RUNNERS TO TAPE
Having rested yesterday and ider-
gone the finishing touches of train-
ing as administered by Varsity cross-
country, Coach Steve Farrell, the Wol-{
verine harriers are confident of a vic-
tory over Illinois and Ohio State in
the triangle meet to be held over the
south Ferry Field course this morn-
ing.
The Michigan runners are in the
best of 'condition, having lately fin-
ished their sixth week of intensive
training. The Maize and Blue run-
ners have failed to be defeated since
1921 and from the looks of things the
Wolverine slate has a good chance of
remaining clean for another season.
This year's team appears to have a
little more balance than the one that
S I represented Michigan last season. All
Stan t Nna Vast anof the men are running fairly close to-
Muifhead, tackle on the Varsity teamIjgether and as was shown in the M.'A.
who was slightly injured in the Iowa C. meet the men are also running ex-
game is in good shape again and will ceptionally fast. In the meet with
enter today's contest. the Farmers the Maize and Blue run-
ners experienced little difficulty in
PROFESSIONALISM DWINDLING copping the first nine places.
IN BIG-TEN SAYS GRIFFITilS Davis is without a doubt Michigan's
best bet for first place honors. Harry
Chicago, Ill., Nov. 9.-(By A. P.)-- has been running as he never did be-
The Western Conference is rapidly up- fore this season and some of the times
rooting professionalism- from among lie has turned in this season are noth-
its athletes by strict enforcement of ing short of exceptional. Wickoff of1
rules according to a statement made Ohio State is one of the men Davis
by Major Griffiths, conference com- will have to watch. Against Ohio
missioner of athletics, today. "Thirty Wesleyan last Saturday, Wickoff made
or forty athletes have been disquali- five miles in the good time of 26:42.
fled for professionalism in the past 15'In comparative times Wickoff is a
months," Griffiths declared, shade ahead of Davis. Captain H-iener

of Illinois, is another man who may
be considered for first place honors.
The Buckeye team vies with the
Wolverines aggregationi for balance.
I Most of the Columbus runners are. ex-
perienced as all of the men on the
squad are upperclassmen. Captain
Lisko, Hartwell, Piper and Russell,
seei to be the outstanding performers
of the squad.
Little is known of the strength of
the Illinois aggregation but it is -a safe
l et that Harry Gill will pit some cap-
able performers against Farrell's men.
A tense feeling of rivalry has always
existed between Illinois and Michigan
and as Gill's men were taken into
camp last season the cry arounl Ur-
bana is "a tooth for a tooth." Captain
Miehar, Hall, Johnson and Marzulo
have won many points in past 'meets.
Nearly 2,000 fans lined up to see a
recent cross-country meet between
Wiseonsii and Minnesota at Madison..
There is little doubt but what the
numnber would have been raised to3,-y
000 if proper seating facilities hadI
been provided at the finish. At a re-
cent cross-country ieet on Ferry
Field there were less than a hundred
spectators and a record breaking
crowd is expected to watch today's
race.
The numbers of the Michigan run-
ners will be-Arndt 30; Davis 31;
Bowen 32; Rearick 33; Griffen 34; Pol-
hamus 35; Shenefield 36; Reinke 37;
Nicholson 38; Mason 39. Illinois-
Miehar 20; Hall 21; Johnson 22; Mar-
zulo 23; Linde 24; Makeever 25; Meals
26; Robertson 27; Sanders 28; Topper
29. Ohio-Lisko 16; Hartwell 11; Pi-
per 12; Russell 13;' Strother 14; Wik-
off 15; Arnold 16; Black 17; Fisher,
18; Bayne 19.
Professor H. C. Carver will act as

STRENGTH OF LOCAL
TITLE CLAIMI AT
STAKE

TEAM'S

Ann Arbor high school's unbeaten
team will meet Saginaw Eastern on the
latter's field this afternoon, determin-.
ed to keep its slate clean, and to wipe
put the sting of last year's defeat at
the hands of the Upstaters.
Coach Beatfy has been drilling the
Saginaw gridders for the past week
on a defense for the Ann Arbor elev-
en's aerial attack, which has carried
them to seven straight victories this
seasoh. His squad is in good epndi-
tion, as Smith- and Fredericks' are
back in harness. The presence of these
men is a decided help to Beatty, who
is confident of the ability of his charg-
es to givd the Purple and White con-
tingent a rough reception.
Captain Walsh, of the local aggrega
tion, is not yet fully recovered from
the effects of the injury he received
in last week's game, but Coach Hollo-
way hopes to have 'the little Pack
in shape for today's contest. The hest
of the squad is in good condition, and
the locals will have their'regular line-
up on the field at the opening Whistle.
McIntyre, '2 5M, Victin of Mumps
K. S. McIntyre, '25, is the victim of
epidemic parotitis, the mumps it is
the first case reportd this year. 'He
is under car'Att he Health Servic.

referee,.Egbert of Michigan, Eastlock
of Wabash, and Emerson of Cornell,
as judges and Hattendorf of Michigan
as starter. George May, Frank Cas-
tieman and Harry Gill will time the
race while E. Hartwigg, W. Brown and
J. Pritzker will handle the. scoring.
John H. Morse Jr., is the manager of
the team.
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