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November 24, 1923 - Image 11

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tle Brown Jug
-Prize In Game
or Chkampio mshi1?r



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Away back in antiquity whe-a n ha <<
and nfl brain 'was thle decidinr2ato
in the success of grid;iron simsc
the snarling .Wlverines of ieh~lI ga;n
gage bttle to the d01t opesO
Mineota at innueapolis a.,:?hen
the du3t had cIcaredl away thke core
board ,announced to the vworild th;at
the fight had been a draw, and thiat
each side had accumulated G hard-
ea'red"i points.
But Minnesota was not satisfied. She
ha.d tai have sornethinig to show 6or
her efforts and aft er imuch maneuver-
ing and stealt-hy pl-ann~ing the Gp
tr'ane 'managed to captIure the VW.
Verne -water-jug and ,agar it away in
trumph. Coach Yo:-t: wrote to the
Norl~cPncairk,.,and demianded the re-
tan of~ his team's favorite water-dis-
penser.but a curt an,wer told him
that hl could' havec the old jug onlyj
after l beat 'the nicin of Minnesota in!
a fair end square fright on the football
That='.vas back in 190:3 and since that
memorble time the "Little Thr":
Jug hs been symbolic of the footbll 1
supreinacy between Michigan and
Mnnesota. In 19061 the Wolverine,
agin :invaded the Gopher stronghold
and after a tussle that made the far
fly whil),ed\ the clan from the 'North
and in- triumph bore to its -rightful
resting place the emblem of victory.
For thirteen long years- after th .
Mchian had no football relatios
with W-innesota and the Jug enjoyed-
an uneventful period in Ann Arbor.
And tlIen in 1919 when the. tribe of
Yost was woefully weak in all its parts
the Go6ihers descended on the Varsity
1warri!, en masse and trounced them
in~ a nm~nner hitherto unknown. Bid-
d4ig a °ad adieu to its birthplace the
"Little,- Brown lug" was tearfully
dr~ggc off to the wilds of Minnesota.
B~ut (h~e next year saw the-Jug back
in And Arbor after a close call in a
game which' ended 3-0 in Michigan's
f'avor and since then Waterman gym
has been the home of the ancient bot- j
tie excepting for the short periods of
time wren it was taken down to grace
the~ sidelines and ,watch the battles
for. its possession. In 1921 the North-
men stvooped down' on Ainn Arbor
bravely resolved to bear home the his-
toric rilec but a whipping to a 38-0
score dashed their hopes' on the rocks.
Last year, it took the trip to Min-
neapoli~s with the team and again
Dame Fortune smiled on Michigan and
again It came back to decorate the
shelves' of the gym.
Todayr again comes the test. Will
vheitors4 to Ann Arbor be shown the
"Little -Brown Jug" for another year,
or will the fighting" Gophers, backed
by as powerful an, outfit as they have
haid' for years, grab off the trophy
that hlts bheen the goal of the annual
battles. between Michigan and Minne-

1'ieldiiig. Yost
claie An Ble atSyracuse, 1915V

gan desire a wider range of ath -____________________________
letic competition by teams of the I" ____ - - - -____--___
school, H. Hawley Tapping, field see- '.
I retary of the Alumni association, has;
informed the directors of' the organiz- ;
atnon in a report concerning his 'act-1=
tivities. Mr. Tapping:' former news-!
papernman, assumed the field secre- ~ U
taryship last summer.
"Alumni living some tistance from
the University very much desire that
the field of athl'etic competition be
widened," Mr. Tapping reported, "sr 1
as to furnish them an opportuipity E
to see Michigan teams play near theirE
homes and against colleges and u ni- }
versittes that are supreme from an j
atltcpoint of view and in alum ni ;
strength in the distant point wheretI:i
the Michigan alumnus finds himself
,residing. s
~--- -" The' Lustrous, velvety fabrics decreed for the most elaborate Winter Coats,. are
at their loveliest in these wraps, cut on straight or slightly flarying lines, and
I collared and cuffed with rich fur.. Some show braided fronts or embroidered:
sleeves,, and on others the skirt is cu~t in unique fashhion
Coats that favor those treaty '
ments will be the, coats favored
by those of style discernment. ,.
We present new collectionsr in.
C~A1IA#3Af. Vas Ormondale, Fashona, Ce-
ona, Lustrosa, Formosa, etc. .
1. The furs are Natural Squirrel;
re ur" 6 Viatka Squirrel, Fox, Wdilf,:
Beaver. These are the care- t
perfctedfully selected new coat fashions
operations infothseon
the he easo. f
Om. pair va est.
the oIabo t" of =14
skilled actmft"s
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Nrthwestern Students Work Way
Evanston, Ill., Nov.' 23.-Six hun-
dred men and women students at
Northxvestern University are working
their Way through school this year.
F'ifty p~er cent 'of the men are em-
ployed' in part time jobs and 20 per
cent depend entirely on their own
earnlings to pay their way.
The r'ange of "work includes clerk-
ing and waiting on tables, house-
work, washing dishes, cleaning win-
dows, serving. as chauffeurs, night
watchme~n, motormen, tutors, hotel
clerks and switchboard operators.
Maid 'service in the homes of Evan-
ston fainiies is one of the more pop-
ular p 'sitions that many Northwest-
ern giljis have accepted. Taking care
of little children during the after-
noon hours is another. Secretariai
work also has " strong, bid for favor
and not a few are clerks and stenog-
raphersy in Evanston business offices.
1Enso~I ry Officers To Attend Game
Officer~s of the Grand Lodge of Mich-
igan F'reemasonry' will attend_ the
game tgkjs afternoon in a body as the
guests "of the' Craftsmen club. In the
eveni* they wil' be entertained by
thie sanie organization at a banquet
and de ree work at th~e Masonic tem-

Syracuse 14,, .icliigaii 7.
n 4~ r~ i Xavier was the largest single contri-N FSbuintthpottta.
AhYI ILJ NV A review of Army games discloses
thtthe Cadet attack has produced one
T~lTor more touchdowns against all foes
U'R TIT__09i xcept Notre Dame. The Middies, did

Only, five weeks more to Christmas!


New York, Nov. 23-(A.P.)--The
twenty-sixth annual meeting of Uncle
Sam's service elevens at the Polo
Grounds tomorrow afternoon, will
bring together two of the sturdiest

not score touchdowns against either
Penn State or Princeton. 'The Cadet
defense however has yielded seven
touchdowns and one field goal, where-
as the Middie defense has yielded' six
touchdowns and, two field goals.

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combinations ever to represent the Yale to Play Dartmouth
respective schools, notwithstandingf New Haven, Conn., Nv 23-The
'the fact the Cadets have suffered two 1924 football schedule, of Yale Ijniver-
defeats andl the Middies one defeata sity was announced here last night.
and one tie. Tm
On their season's records to dateIe only change from this year's list
Arm slws o a adantge n te Iplaces Dartmouth in the place of
Armyshow toan avantge n th I ucknell.
offnsvephase of the game, while
Nav hods slghtedg indefnsie iFollowing is the list of games and
Navyhols asliht ege n dfenivedates, all of which will be played in
play. New Haven except the Princeton
The Cadets have rolled up a total of
more than 200 points in games playedi game:
thus far, with th:e 73 to 0 count against! North Carolina, Oct. 4; Georgia,
Lebanon Valley as the largest single! Oct. 11; Dartmouth, Oct. 18; Brown,
contribution to this point total, where- Oct.' 28; Army, Nov. 1; Maryland,
as a half hundred points have been= Nov. 8; Princeton at Princeton, Nov.
scored against them. The Middies 15, and. Harvard, Nov. 22.
total is 155 points for, and 48 points
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