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FIRST SCRIMMA GE\ONREGULAR
'Aniiny" Has Only One (liance to
Score and FaHIls When Kick Cross Country PractIC6
Is Blocked; Play Opeelii
Practice for the cross country
"NAVY" MISSES TWO ATTdM P's Itry outs will take place this
ONE A FIFTY YARI1) DIO4 01 th mnoinin. Try and be ready to
lave the gymnasium at 10:45
After marching from one enf of o'clock. This run will not be a
Ferry field to another for four full long one but an easy practice
periods the "Army" and "Navy" (1ev- t orthler.
ens were forced to end the first scrim- All the cross country races are
mage of the season held on the reg- held at 10:45 o'clock.
ular field in a-scoreless tie, yesterday ;STEVE FARRELL,
afternoon. Cross Country Coach.
Both squads played even during the
whole course of the practice session.G
Neither line gave any ground to ihei
opposing backs and open play ad to to hold back the opposing wall and
opposing back.was bandedopeh "plvy
be resorted to whenever any ground! he kick was btocd. The "Navy"
was to be gained. Passes and end ulinted cout of danger as the game end-
runs were w.ed continually and al- ed.
though both, sides each succeeded in
completing two long heaves twice . t"'
that number were blocked or inter- H
cepted. 'o1 BHH O M E
Punting is Good 1
The punting was good, Parker,l AORIAN

everything depehpdlhg upon whether or
not they condition themselves for theFIR ST
more strenous work which will come
into its own after the boys get fairly
settled and used to the daily grind.
Fraternity athletic managers should F
report at the intramural office the first
part of next week and familiarize
themselves with the plans the Intra-
mural department has outlined for
this fall. A new game, the exact nat-
ure of which is as yet undecided, will,;
be started as soon as possible.
Only two men have signed up for
class speedball this fail. It is a
worthwhile proposition, the winners
receiving numerals and sweaters atE
the end of the fall, and class presi-
dents should see that somebody is ap-
pointed fron their class to manage theI
class athletics for the coming year, if
no one volunteers.>
Parliamentary Change Proposed

FOOTBALL STORYOFYEAR
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ht .Intram seem forably impress
edrlwath the neo bloodt in theyInidima
squ;lad. Headed b'- Catain "Stew"'
Butler, antd impelled by his two-flstedl,

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Rome, Sept. 28-(By A.P.)-Premier
Mussolini has transmitted to the Sen-
ate his report on the proposed elec-
tion law, praising its provisions, say-
ing that under the present system.
"Parliament is divided into too many
groups," whereas udner the proposel
act the victorious party would have
two-thirds of the Chymber's mem-
hers, "giving it actual power to gov-
ern the country."
Daily classified for real results.

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Vick, and Rockwell

all booting the1

spiral 40 and 45 yards and the punt- LOCAL TEA 1 WILL FACE FIRST
ing kept both sides out of danger un- TET OF SEASON AFTERL
til the third period when the linesi
began to weaken and the backs did Y
not have time to get their kicks off. Ann Arbor high school football team
The ball seesawed back and forth:m ° Ann Arreagh sofotbalseas
during the entire 'first pro.E-i meets its~ first real test of the seasonz
period. Ex- lat 3 o'clock Saturday afternoon when
change of long punts by Rockwell. it encounters the Adrian team at
and Parker taking it from one end of Wines field. There has always been
the field to the other in two or three keen rivalry between the two schools,
plays. A long pass from Vick to fIes-Iand a scrappy game is assured.
ton placed the hell in possession of Comparative scores indicate that
the "Navy~ on the~ "Army" 30 yard C iaaiesoe niaeta
the local gridders have the edge on
line and a place kick was tried, and their opponents. Last Saturday Wayne
failed. Grube then ran 20 yards higly was swamped by a score of 59-
around the Navy right end.T line 1 w was wAmripowned sissfieldby
plays failed, as thef quarter ended. ]the marianlydowe sfeld b
Drop Kick Missed e
A long punt thdn took the ball well A'
into "Navy" territory but the return; Althoughlastyear'sfgameresult-
kick was fumbled and the Navy recov team, Adrian at the present time has
ered the free ball. Hernstein's inter-a
celption of a pass stopped the "Navy's'' a strong aggregation and four men
mctionofwn passtoped te"ay'sutin particular are expected to give the
march down the field temporarily but Purple and White athletes trouble.
on the next play Babcock recovered Mille and Dre i the backrield
a muffed ball for the "Navy" and af- Miller and Drewin the backfield and
ter two passes had failed a goal was Gibson and Baldwi, linesmen, are re-
tried and missed, the ,ball bounding. pute to be stars of the first water.
back from the post. Another drawn 1 Additional interest is attached to
out exchange of punts gave the "Ar- the game through the fact tha Eddie
my" the ball in the middleof the field. SShadford, formerly assistant football
Two Passes, Grube to Witherispold coach at Ann Arbor is now in charge
and Grube to W1ornstein placed the of the Adrian team.
ball dangerously close to -the Navy .h ohHolloway, of Ann Arbor sent;
ballag the llf ended. his proteges through a light drill Fri-
goal a e(dl7az1i4 Same ay, consisting of signal practice,
TFhe seco.d half was a repetition 'ofand defensive work. In general is
the first in every respect. The first teaMi4 in good shape, but Tommy
Neff, star quarterback, has been laid
part of the third quarter was given up for several days with a severe cold.
over to an exchange of kicks, the Na- a~ ti ~sil htlemyb n
vy getting possession "after the ex- and it is possible that he may be i-
change on the Army 40 yard line. Ai able to start tomorrow's . gamte.f ri
chane ontheArmy40 ard ine absence would be a blow to the lo-
pass from Vick to Heston was good cal team as Neff is one of the best
for 15 yards but the ball was lost on af twardpasser punters in M i
downs as the quarter ,ended. igan scholastic circles. If Neff is un-
Three more punts in the early part able to play, Captain Eddie Walsh will
of the fourth quarter resulted unfav- be shifted to quarter
orably for the "Navy" and the "Ar-
mny' prepared to drop kick from the
20 yard line. The chance to score Intram ural Items
was spoiled' by the failure of the line
Entries for the sports which will be
INTRST HOWN Waged this fail by the Intramural de-!
E partment assumed large proportions
EKE- fn ill entry sheets yesterdlay.
IN G1VntF__ets yete da.W I The All-campus tennis singles tour-
INmntleads in number, more than 20
men having signed up. The doubles
Keen interest is being matisted in , entries are not far behind. The speed-
the Ann Arbor Golf club's tournament ball chart for the fraternities has even
for student members which is being less entries, but the calibre of theI
played Saturday, and several of the teams signify that it will be a fight
contestantshave been practicing reg- for the cup from the initial game, as
ularly for the event. Alpha Sigma Phi and Phi Gammaf
There are, two teams entered, one Delta, winner and runner-up last year,
captained by flugh Smith, '24, and the and Beta Theta Pi, winner of the All-
other by M. S. Crosby, '21, both of around athletic championship cup are
whom are golfers of exceptional merit, 'entered.
Eighteen holes of match play will be
covered by each foursome, and the Coach Sullivan beamed with smiles1
scoring will be by the system generally yesterday afternoon in the warm
employed in foursomes. One point Septeipher sunshine outside of Water-
will be credited to the pair winning man gymnasium, for 45 men were
each round of nine holes, and one for there to greet him for the daily trip
the aggregate of 18 holes. cross country around the boulevard.
The purpose of the event is to give Ted says that some the men look good
Professor Truebzlood a line on possi- and are exceptionally well developed,
ble material for Varsity golf next and that many of them have the ear-
spring. I marks of good long distance runners,

nf ;t o swriL anadte i t tIIuLUiis of a
,ew stadium, the lhoosier eleven is
looked upon as one of the dark horses
cof the Big Ten Conference this sea-
son.
NV1'BBS 4900ANOIDATES
COACH RAY] ASiHER XPECTS'T
I)I' Y OP STRONA AG(GIRE-
(CATION
jWith a willingness to work and lpt
W of pep which was particularly gratify-
ing to Coach Fisher the Reserve foot-
ball team went through a stiff work-
out yesterday afternoon which lasted
more than two hours.
There are now more than 40 men
out and if all of these stick out the
season the coach entertains'high hopes
of developing a capable aggregation
that will give the Varsity some stiff.
competition in the scrimmages which
are to be held between the two teams
some time in the near future.
The finer points of the game were
j dealt with during the practice session
yesterday and the men were instructed
in the art of blocking, tackling and
punting. Signal drills alse occupy a
goodly part of the two hours of prac-
tice.
Cuts are never made in the person-
nel of the squad but on the contrary as
soon as a man shows that he has any-
thing to offer he is pronoted to the
ranks of the Varsity.
'HL CO , NTINUE LIGHT WOR
Coach Steve Farrell is continuing
to send the cross country team through
light workouts until the squad will be
able to report in a body. Although
there are now 50 members comprising
the team they have not as yet Been
able to run the course together.
Next week the Geddes Heights
course will be run for regular prac-
- tice. At this time the tryouts will
be more closely watched and a better
line on the boys will be available.
I This comes as the first intensive prac-
tifce and will serve as 'a feeler for
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Above, architect's drawiing of Indian university's new stadium, Capt. "Stew" ibtler in action in the new stadiIIuIm
'and Zora Clevenger, new athlet iC irector. Below, Big Bill Ingram, n iw coach, ait left, watchhig caldidatlntes
ii first practice of fall. 3

Bloomington, Ind., Sept. 28. --Spe-
cial--The first collegiate football story
of the season emanates from ,this city
in the shape of a warning to the West- _
ern college Conference that Indiana
university, instilled with new hope.
preparing to wage the greatest fight1
in its career for Big Ten honors.
irst of all, the team will practice
and plhy its biggest home games in '
one o01 the greatest athletic plants i
the West. ,The new melorial stamdiui

designed to seat 50,000 persons, will It is the contribution of some 10,000
,e thrown open to the public-with Indiana alumni and friends who have
pressive dedicatory exercises late this pled!ed a total of $1,0#}0,000 toward a
fall with an initial seating capacity of fund of $1,600,000 to be used in the
22,000, the additional seats to be added erection of the stadium, a men's union
in higher tears later on. building, and a woman's dormitory, as
Roosiers' Finest memcrials to -Indiana's 2,8000 war vet-
The Indiana stadium is being con- er ns.
structed of concrete and Bedford Ingram will bo head coach of In-
stone. It is in the shape of a horse- diana's football eleven. His team will
sho and will take its place as themade up almost exclusively of recruits
Hoosier state's finest athletic plazt. from the freshman squad of last year,

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STATE ST. SHOE REPAIR SHOP

BRING YOURS TO US
301 S. STATE ST.

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I develops spine, courage, self-
confidence, and the abilty
to tbink, juickiy decide and
'act.
Watch this space for im-
portant announcement.
Meanwhile take your ride.
Packard St. and City Lim-,
its. - $5 each.

EARL V. N
October 19-AMELITA GALLI-CURC, Soprano

MGORE, Musical Direto
October 22-SOUSA'S BAND
st 100 Players

November

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FOOTBALL
BASEBALL

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a Full Line of Athletic Wear

November 22-001 FAN ThTTE PERA COMPANY
December 12-EFREM ZIM8ALIST, Violinist
January 25-FEO OR HALIAPI , Bass.
February 1]-ERNY DOHNAIYI, Pianist
COURSE TICKETS
$7.00-Patron's Tickets. (Holder has privilege of retaining
same location successive seasons.) Three center
sections on both Main Floor and in First Balcony,
front to rear.
$6.00-Two side sections on both Main Floor and in First
Balcony, front to rear.
$5.50-Sixtxeen rows in Second Balcony.
$5.00-Last scven rows in Second Balcony.

November
December

January 22-DETROIT SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
VICTOR KOLAR, Conducting;
ARTHUR SHATTUCK, Pianist.
February 18-MR. AND MRS. JOSEF LNEVINNE
Pianists

12- DETR1T SYMPHONYOHSTR
OssiP GABRILOWITCH, Conductor;
MICHAEL PRESS, Violinist.
4-DETROIT SY PHONY O HESTRA
VICTOR KOLAR, Conducting;
RICHARD CROOKS, Tenor.

Gym Outfits Complete at
Special Prices

COURSE TICKETS
$5.00-Three center sections on both Main Floor and in
First Balcony, front to rear.
$4.00-Two side sections on both Main Floor and in First
Balcony, front to rear.
$3.00-Eight Rows in Second Balcony.
1 $2.00-Last Fifteen Rows in Second Balcony.

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