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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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8. BADGER SAME
atinued from Page One)
isconsin lineup, although not
announced by Coach Ryan
hour last night is bound to
he two Harmon brothers and
Hlarris in the backfield. Isar-
ady runner and a good for-
sser will probably take his
ion at right half where he
ed against the powerful Min-
ombination last week. The
brothers are both capable
rs. Leo Harmon is a line
and is expected to do most
cking. He will undoubtedly
back while his brother, who
iser and open field runner,
the left half job.t
lcAndrews May Play
is favored to start at quar-
if Harmon takes left half.
ws, famous as one of the
rinters in the section has'
ring left half in some of the
nd may be given a chance
the game while Williams is
her prospect for the job. The
ackfield material is plentiful
:h John Ryan may decide to
is makeup at the last min-,
i is due to start on the end
Flora with Long or Burrus
.t the right end opposite Mil-

Wolverines Have
Won Seven Games
From Wisconsin
When the Wolverines line up on
Ferry field to battle the Cardinals this
afternoon, it will be the 11th meet-
ing between the two schools' grid
teams.
Out of the 10 games played, the
Wolverines have been victorious in
seven, the Cardinals in two, and one
game a tie. Wisconsin's last victory

was scored, over the
1899.
Records of previous

1892
1893
1899
1902
1903
1904
1905
1921
1922
1923

Wisconsin
Wisconsin
Wisconsin
Wisconsin
Wisconsi4
Wisconsin
Wisconsin
Wisconsin
Wisconsin
Wisconsin

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34
17
0
0
0
0
7
7
3
74

Wolverines in
games:
Michigan 10
Michigan 18
Michigan 0
Michigan 6
Michigan 16'
Michigan 28
Michigan 12
Michigan 7
Michigan 13
Michigan 6
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NCE STANDING

. Won Tied
is .... 1 0
igo ....1. 0
State.. 1 1
ue.... 1 0
.. .. 0 1
onsin .. 0 1
esota .. 0 1
igan .. 0 0
na.... 0 0
hw'ern. 0 O0

Lost
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
1
1
1

Pct.
1.000
1.000
1.000
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ison is slated to start oppo-:!
bcock at left tackle. while
is favored over Schwarze
he corresponding position on
r side of the line, opposite
. Beiberstein and Miller will
lawkins and Slaughter at thel
and Teckemeyer, one of the
ters in the Conference, will)
Brown.
Great Play Expected-
an and Wisconsin will both
reat deal at stake today and
ected to unloose everything
ve in the way bf tricky at-
ipled with smashing line play.
i, with her lineup shiftedhwill
a forward wall that should
siderable direct use on the
and Marion will probably be.
good opportunity to show his
ss at the fullback job before
e has progressed far. Mich-
ackfieldrrevamped since the
e is also expected to show a
al of improvement since the
e and Captain Hlrb Steger's
the pilot position should be
)vement both on the defense
offense.
ockwell, starting -at left half
's old position will be watch-
illy by the coaches. Rockwell
i a great open field runner
ce hisrhigh school days and
ay from the line of scrim-
11 be a great scoring weap-
:well is likely to attract a
al of attention from the Bad-
it was he who broke away
ckler and ran half the length
ld for a touchdown and Mich-
-0 victory last year at Mad-
hie referee's decision caused
deal of controversy and a
ne after the game and today
gers will attempt to prove
e of the argument by stop-:
man who made Michigan's
>ossible.
rion and Miller Shifted
Marion will be~ seen in thej
position for the first time
came to Michigan. His ideal,
the position has been large-
rsible for his shift by the
Miller, who played a great
defensive center at Urbana
has also been playing a
nne' at offensive fullback will
een in an entirely new posi-
n he starts at left end. To-
ith Flora who will take the
- and Edwards and Babcock
hold down the tackles he is
to take the brunt of the
ttack today.
ame will start at 2 o'clock
Standard (Ann Arbor) time.
er, N. H., Oct. 24.-The Dart-
ootball team will line up
Harvard in Cambridge todayI
having had a practice scrim-
10 days. Coach Hawley isI
recautions against the possi-
his mnn min -sta nl n a

Undefeated Jackson Team Expected
To Give Locals Hard
Fight
TITLE HOPES AT STAKE
Ann Arbor high school's eleven
will journey to Jackson today for a
game that will eliminate one of the
strongest contenders for State honors.
"Dupe" Lawler has built up a pow-
erful team this year at the prison
city. Running up 173 points to their
opponents 14 in 4 games, and defeat-
ing Detroit Western, the strongest'
team in Detroit scholastic circles, 37
to 7 last Saturday stamps Jackson
as having a team that will make - a
real bid for the State Championship.
Coach Lawler has been pointing his
team for today's game since the be-
.ginning of the season, not only be-
'cause. it iN the hardest game on his
schedule, but ever since, leaving the
local school to coach at Jackson.'he
has been unable to win from Ann
Arbor in, football:.:.,,
Except for Robare, fullback, -Ann
Arbor's. men are in the best of shape.
With an uncrossed goal line so far
this year, the team which came
through in good shape from last Sat-
urday's game has been given a rest
this week, while forward passes and
new open formations have been work-
ed on. With Mucile and Litchtenauer
on the receiving end ofCapt.Walsh's
passes, Coach Holloway 'seems 'to
have found the best combination.
Jackson has never been able to stop
the local's overhead attack and unless
Coach Lawler has found a defense to
stop it, Ann Arbor should return aj
victor.
Portland, Ore., Oct. 24.-The Port-'
land baseball club of the Pacific
Coast league has been sold to Thom-
as Turner and J. T. Shibe, part own-
er of the Philadelphia Athletics, forj
$300,000.

HIL AN OLURS
TO MEEIT BADGER
Untried Michigan Squad in First
Race of Season This
Morning
WISCONSIN STRONG
Michigan's cross country team will
open its 1924 season against Wiscon-
sin's strong hill and dale team at
10:30 o'clock this morning over the
Ferry field course.
The Wisconsin runners arrived
here yesterday noon and were taken
around the course in the afternoon.
The Badgers have the strongest' team
that has represented them for a num-
ber of years. Although the team is
made up mostly of new men this year,
they have developed fast and their
two victories over Marquette and
Minnesota in the last two weeks has
given them experience and confidence
that will make them a hard team to
beat.
Kubly and Petja, both in their first
year of competition have shown ex-
cellent form- and Michigan will have
to watch them carefully. In the races
with Marquette and the Gophers these
two men hung back until the last two
miles and then came through with a
rush. Perry is another man whom
Michigan will have to watch. In the
Marquette race he ran the first mile
under 5 minutes yet finished in fifth
place.
This is the first year that Michigan
has opened her season against a1 con-
ference opponent, M. A. C. usually
being on the schedule for the first
race, but Inaability to set a date agree-
able to both schools necessitated it
being put 'further along on the
schedule..
The showing Michigan makes to-
day will depend largely on how her
new men come through in their first
Conference race. Coach Farrell is
hoping that a real race will bring the
veterans Capt. Shenefield and Miles
Reinke back into their old form. Cal-
lahan a new man in cross country
has given every evidence of develop-
ing into a star and it would not be
surprising to see him come through
for first honors. The other three
men upon whom Farrell is counting
to help win for Michigan are Briggs
'Hornberger, and Baker, all sopoho-
mores who have been developing fast
since the beginning of the season.
While the Michigan team has not
turned in times as good as those of
the Badgers Wisconsin made theirs in
the heat of a real race and over a
course not as hilly as Michigan's.
The start is at State Street at the
end of Ferry field. They will then
run west past the Golf Links to Main
'street, and south on the Saline road.
The finish is just west of the 6th tee'
on the Ann Arbor Golf course.
AttWisconsin lastyear 3,000 pea-
ple turned out to see the race and
it is hoped that Michigan will sup-
port her team as well.
Professor H. C. Carver will be ref-
eree with Dr. May, Yale, while E. Is-
bell, Michigan, and Furnas, Purdue,
will be the judges. The timers will
be Coach Burke, Coach Farrell, Grant
Hicks.q and Harr Dvuis, All aran A

(Special to The Daily)
Enroute to Iowa City, Ia., Oct. 24.-
Almost any word other than optimis-
tic, could be used to describe the"
way in which the Gophers regard -to-
morrow's clash with the Hawkeyes..
It is certain that the team that lines
up against Iowa, will be, a vastly
different personnel than the one whichF
battled Wisconsin to a 7 to 7 tie last
week.
Bob Peplaw, speedy halfback, who
was injured previous to last week's
game will not be back, in spite of last
minute hopes that he would be:suf-
ficiently recovered to go against the
Hawkeyes. Mathews playing at end
last Saturday was not up to Confer-
ence standards and this week's fray
will probably see Williams, Just or
Morris holding down his job. Clapp
will replace the injured Abrahamson
at guard.
Guzzy, the smallest quarterback in,
the Conference, will start the game
in that position; Lidberg, Ascher, and
Shutte will be his running mates.
Graham is another possibility for
the backfield. .
Urbana, Ill., Oct. 24.--Five Illinois
.nen have been recommended by the
university committee 'on Rhodes
scholarships to the state committee.

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1825 NAVY GAME TICKET
- APPLICATIONS RECEIVED
Harry Tillotson, ticket man-
ager for the<Michigan Athletic
association, announced yester-
day that he had received many
letters from people applying for
next year's Michigan-Navy game.
All of these letters will be
returned as no tickets for next
year's games will be sold before
next September.

MAKE FINAL CUT Many Undefeated Elevens
IN N I~ ' Scheduled To Meet Today

PESSIMISTIC
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Squad to Continue Practice Again in
Spring As Soon As Weather
Permits
PROSPECTS LOOK BRIGHT
Sixteen men will be retained on the
Varsity tennis squad as a result of
the final cut of the fall season, which
was announced yesterday by Captain
Crane and Dr. Angell, who is assist-
ing in the coaching of the candidates.
The following are the men who are
left on the list of Varsity men: Cap-
tain Crane, Burke, Elliott, Finklemen,
Goldsmith, Greiner, land, Jerome,
Krickbaum, Neff, O'Connell, Olian,
SIowinowski, Thomas, Vose, and Wool
fenden.
The squad will remain at its pres-
ent number and personnel through-
out the remainder of the year. The
system.'of fall practice which was in-
stituted this year, provides that no
additions are to be made after the end
of the autumn season. The men who
remain will start work again in the
spring as soon as the weather will
permit.
The present prospects for a cham-
pionship team are exceedingly bright.
Captain Crane ranks. among the best
in the Conference, -d 'should take
high honors. O'Connell is considered
a likely prospect for the individual
championship next year. His work on
the courts this fall has been excep-
tionally brilliant. Jerome is one of
the best performers in state competi-
'tion, but has been kept off the team
by ineligibility heretofore. Vose made
a good showing last year as a regu-
lar, and should hold down a posi-.
tion-on next season's team.
Liverpool, Oct. 24. - England de-
feated Ireland here today in an in-
ternational association football game
by 3 goals to-i.

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Today's games on the gridiron will
result in the elimination of a number
of heretofore undefeated teams, as
there are several clashes scheduled
that will 'bring together elevens with
clean slates.!
In the Conference, Ohio State will
hook up with Chicago in a game that
will check out one or the other as a
championship possibility. Neither ag-
gregation has lost a Big Ten battle,
and both are determined to carry
their unsullied record with them
throughout the season. The game is
certain to be hard fought, but the
Midway eleven has the edge accord-
ing to present indications. Harry
Thomas and Graham Kerwein are ex-
cellent halfbacks, and the latter is a
kicker of class. The Buckeyes will
have their work cut out in stopping
this pair.
Iowa and Minnesota will clash in
another game that will eliminate one
or the other. Predictions as to the
outcome of this scrap are uncertain.
Both elevens 'are in good shape, al-
though the Gophers have several men
who have just recovered from injuries.
The game may resolve into a duelI
between quarterbacks which will be
intorsting to watch. Captain Leiand
Parkin of Iowa, and Malcolm Graham,
of Minnesota, are probably the pick
of the Conference pilots.
Illinois will have a rest, after the
hectic Michigan game last week and
will probably have things easy with
DePauw. Northwestern fans are con-
siderably worked up over the Purple-
Michigan Aggie clash. The Farmers
are held in high esteem as a result
of their game with Michigan two
weeks ago, in which they held the
Wolverine machine to a 7-0 score.
The Missouri Valley Conference
presents a peculiar schedule. Four
teams remain in the undefeated class,
and all but two will be eliminated
today, as the four -are slated to meet

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each other. Missouri will hook up
with the Kansas Aggies and Okla-
homa and Drake will meet. Nebraska
will play Kansas university in the
other notable game in the West. :
The Notre Dame-Princeton fracas
holds the center of attraction in the
East. It is the outstanding .battle of.
the day, more so because of its in-
tersectional nature The Irish defeat-
ed the Easterners last year, and are
out to repeat, while the Tiger eleven
is looking for revenge. The game will
be worthy of the ,attention it is re=
ceiving. It will probably be 'one of
the outstanding games of the year.
Yale and Brown will stage an in-
teresting battle with the Bulldog.
team favored to win. Jack Keefer,
former Michigan star, is playing,
great football for the Brown eleven
and the Yale team will watch him
closely. Harvard will meet with
Dartmouth's speedy eleven in a game..,
which will be close and interesting,,
Harvard has what she lacked last
year-dependable kicking. Gherke
and Hammond are doing great work--
at booting the ball, and will be de
pended on to keep the ball in the
shadows of the Green goal.
The Army will play Boston univer-,
sity while the Navy team stacks up
against West Virginia Wesleyan. .The
two service teams should win with-:
out much difficulty. Sy-racuse and,
Penn State will meet, a game which
will be interesting from the stand-
point of the individual work of Chet
Bowman, Syracuse star, who was on
the Olympic sprinting team. Pitt and
Carnegie Tech meet in their annual
battle, which is always hard fought.
Centre, undefeated as yet, will play,
the old rivals, West Virginia,' while
the Georgia Tech-Alabama and Van-
derbilt-Georgia games top the bill in_
the South.
Pay for your Subscription today.

WASHINGTON

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Joe Bennett and His Musical Comedy
Company
Special Late Show Saturday Beginning at 10:15 P. M.
-On the Screen-
Saturday-"THE OLD FOOL" with Lloyd Hughes
Comedy and Aesop Fable
Sunday-"SOUL OF MAN," a Western Drama
- Monty Banks Comedy - Fable
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Annapolis, Md., Oct. 24.-Princeton ments for the meet have been made
and the aNavy will a play again next by Edward N. Hartwick, Cross Coun-
year. The game will take place at' try Manager.
Annapolis and will be the big home
contest of the year for the midship- 'Local Subscriptions $3.50-payable
men. now.

Joel Stockard & Co.
Penobscot Bldg.,
Detroit, Michigan
YE APPRECIATE our college trade,
and do our best to deserve it.
We study the taste of the college
man, and furnish him with the
best of the kind of thing he wants.
We know of nothing to equal

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Corduroy Reefers
We have just received a completely
new supply of these latest coats for
the college man. They come in
three different colors and are abso-
lutely wind, storm and snow proof.
Besides this, they have pockets for
your books and muff pockets to keep
your hands warm, to 'say' nothing of
a large 'collar to keep your ears
warm. Also they are wool lined
and are made extra long.', Drop in
and look them over before the real
cold days set in.

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Here it is - the Walk-Over style that stole a Miarch
on the whole country. Look at it. It's an oxford,
the shoe that Walk-Over made famous-but it's
a new kind of oxford. It has that short vam
with the wide toe that makes feet look two full
sizes smaller. Skirts this autumn are shorter. Ox-
fords, to be smart, must have a short vamp. To
wear this smart new style, you must wear Walk.
Overs, for it is a Walk-Over origination.

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