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Great End Badly !H*STfl[[
Injured Saturday Hi IFI S ME


K OIfl~ Notre Dame An Chicago.
'TSU 0 UTTo 5 Feature Saturday's Games
ID 3 A D D I~ ed ome of toms npot ae Captain Leland Pri galloped 37
Ya~ler Wrr~e byLackof Rser o t ear, and ter- sults were fit- ardsh fora touchdowni in the hast per-
Aat rinl for R~egulartn o -cha. card. Thrills anid ldanuacokkckdgalcw
Team Pets were plentiful, although the fav- field goals by liancock were re spon-
or-etem-mna- to conice out on !silide for the remaining six points.
ClHRRY JOLTS SQUAD to,) by- close margins in most of the N torthwestern's victory over the Mich-
en counters.. igan Aggies was well-earned and.
Notre Dame came through in the: noteworthy. Trhe, final score, 13-9,x
Coah athr ropedsevn ennational headliner andi humbled shows the tough nature of this battle.
from his squiad of Varsity basketball Princeton for the second successive Ralph Baker, Purple triple threat ex-a
candidates in ]!is first cut of the year when Jim Crowley carried the pert, starred, kicking two field. goalsa
35.ratic sasn, edcin te qua t iball over the Tiger goal line twice. andic a goal after Captain. Weinrecke's
*Ineither goal after totichdown was touchdlo)%n in the third period. The r
squdl easee CoawechuMtherowatemde, and the final score' was 12-0. Thistlewaite eleven showed great abil-
squa , b caus Co ch M the wans The Irish completely baffled the, East- ity at following the ball, and trap s- a
to look over his material very care- erners wtili their speedy attack. Hlow- formed two Aggle fumbles into 10 of9
fully. In the second cut which is to I vr h. itr a roet aeter1 ons
bmade next Monday, the, squad willbevenrotilyvictory ayrverbc t atih eil1-pins
be reduced to a considerably smialler osl,(s urtrbc Su i lliiiois romped away with DePaugw,'
numb~er. The men are beinggiea dreher sustained an injury that may aicieotaed4-.RdGag
litle longer- time. to show their worthkephmotftegaeortv was out of the lineup, and Ray Gal-
1'te tf,3,ecu 'o h( eeks. With Captain Walsh on the Ilvzsbqatrak h u i
before te oubtul ae utfrm he sidelines with a broken hand, the I ia,5i~drebcwoptu
squad. Coach Mat her lacks a strong'Rcn mcie olbefdy 1 such an excellent game against Mich-
reserve sqluad, and ris trying to tun- Iokemchn ilb sdyoto
covr ay nturl ailiy tat he encommission if the brilliant field gen-waastetrofhecns.
cove anynatral bilty tat he mn :In the Mlisouri Valley conference, s
Ieral is unable to resume play. Msor n rk etterrc
may possess, so as to, develop a re- MisToersensationkofkthe.Western Can-
sere squad that will round into Var- Tesnain'fteWsenCn ords. unsuilullied. The Tigers won ix
city m~aterial. ernc wsth mnnr nwhchthe ~Kansas: Aggies, 14-7, while
Michigban's Varsity basketalsk etball team " Chicago eleven, beaten 3-0 for over D~rak~e walked away fo kaoa
will be formed around Captain Hag- the ures idu h cr ih 28--0. The latter game was a decided lc
30 seconds of play remaining with Bo) upie steOlaoaeee od
gery, oyl, ad Cerr. I wa an Curley 's toe. Apparently out of it,
nounced last night that Cherry had( the Midway strategists called on Cur-a victory over the poweril Nebraska it
mduphis incomplete that was pre- team, scored three several weeks ago.o
maen upingIhiandfhecameothrugh wittawirop In the East, Dartmouth did the cx-b
vnighmfo wokn ouwihIkick from the 19 yard line which petdi inigfo Hradi
the squad. Landre and Krcsback from knotted the score. The break camne pitedofnthenranh preionsHaofrdthe
last year's reserves should develop as the culmination of one of the most it(o tinedraon'paeiSevn)fh
into Varsit material.bitterly-contestcd battles. of the Big' ___________________
The squad will be increased when fTen thfis year. The Buckeyes show- C
the football season comes to a close. edl marvelous defensive strength, and Re d(" atc+
Hall and Gregory, are expected to re- i in the second half displayed consid- Kea the W antAds1~a
port for practice at the close of the eal fesv o~r
gridiron season, but it, is doubtfu Ioasrnasrpiebdfatg
whether or not Herb Steger will re-IowIprnIasrriebyd-etn
port' for basketball this fall,_________________
ruAMDnR I'IDAIDP110. W611 ~ I you havem prinigt

Madison, Wis., Oct. 27.-The entire
Badger team stopped off at. Elkhorn
on its return from Ann Arbor Sundaty,
to pays its last tribute to its dead
comrade, 1-lei~bert C. Opitz. Six of his
closest friends, among the grid men,
carried "H-erb's" body to its final rest-
ing place, and the remainder of the
squad acted as honorary pallbearers,
as requested by the boy's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. H-. L.- Opitz.
Opitz died here Thursday after-
noon following a severe electric shock
which passed through his body during
an experiment in the electrical en-
gineering laboratory.
E~ngland Builds
Largest Singlie
Engine Arlane
London, Oct. 27.-The largest
jingle eng'ine passenger-carrying, Air-
lane ever built will sh'ortly be Lit
ito service between Eingland and the'
The air screw will be nearly 16 feet
long and the plane has adjustable
wing flaps, which help to reduce the
snding speed and adld to the safety
f the plane. The cruising speed will
be about 105 miles an, hour, and the
plane will carry 14 passengers.
Cambridge, Mass., Oct. '27.-Calvin
Coolidge was the winner in the re-
cunt presidential straw vote hold at

be done, if, its service and

the emifinls n th inramral Coach Farrell sent the men out on
s)cedball tournament Monday after-: a hard five mile run yesterday as he
noon on south Ferry field. Deta does not feel that 'the men are as far
Theta Pi, Delta Ta u Delta, Phi Sigln a developed as they should be for this
Delta, and Alpha Sigmia Phi defeated time in the season. They will run
their opponents in the fastest play-, long distances the first part of the
Ing seen this year. week and then on Wednesday a short
Sweepinig the more inexperienced fast run against time, followed by an
"Phi Mu Delta eleven before then., easy run on Thursday and a complete
Alpha Sigma Phi players won handi-f rest on Friday.
ly 21-1 in a game that was featured Little is known about the M. A. C.
by the -victor,'' combination, work. te-Am, but no chances will be taken.
Williams andl Dunhumn wore the high The, race last year was a farce when
scorers for thoe1Alpha S igma Phi team, nine M4,ichigan men finished before a
while Carroll played well for the single Mt!. A. C. man, but this year the
losers. Members of the team follow: race will be at Lansing and list
Alpha Sigma Ph i: Williams, Dunham, year's Aggie team was composed
Murray, Skimon~re, Gehring, Conlen, mostly of green men.
Dunning, Roein, Perce-, Heym,,and 1I---.-
Mie PM il~, Thtn --.1r 1..wi i... New' YoVrk, Oct. 7.--i'rtvme~n hturn-

un u ii iiir tu u uui 3
Fred Glover, 127, won the Univeristy
golf championship and loving cup don-
ated by the Athletic association, by
defeating Robert Hlastings, 125M, in
the final match over 36 holes on the
Ann Arbor golf course Sunday, 7 up
and 5 to go.
Glover was 4 up on Hastings at
the end of the nk9rning round, and
continued his steady play throughout
the afternoon, coming in 7 ,up.,,
Glover is considered a place win-
ner on the Varsity squad, showing im-
provement in his play throughout fall
practice rounds. His coolness under
tourney play is a great asset to his
Hastings wvon his letter two years
ago as a regular on the golf team, but
did not play last season on account
of his medical studies. It is hoped
that he will be available to the teamj
next spring.
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