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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1924

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JRTHWESTERN MnEETS MICHIGAN
IN IRST CONTEST SINCE 1010i
(Continued From Page One) Army and took the measure of Brown,
ichigan's backfield will consist of 13-3, while Maryland has won three
kwell, at quarter. "Tod" was games, lost two, and tied one against
her one who suddemy came to only mediocre teams.
in the Minnesota game and todayI
'anks as one of the headiest quar-
in the West. Friedman contin- W olverine Has
his good work against the Goph-'
and will start at right half while , iE ge OnPurpie
tch" Marion, who has become an
gral part of the backfield since ,In Past Ganes
was switched from end, will play
ull. In case Captain Herb Steger When the Purple line up to battle
ept on the bench, Bill Herrnstein, the Wolverines in Ferry field this
has once more.,broken into the t WovrnsiFey.fldts'
as of the regular backs, will take afternoon, it will be the seventh meet-
ing of the two teams.
place at left half.. Michigan has a slight edge over1
half aBake llback Bob WeNkeNorthwestern in the number of vic-
haln anackomise tongtveNorh- tories in past games, winning four
tern team promise to give Michi- of the six previous meetings of the
the greatesamoutBak r wo tie teams. the Purple woi the first con-
"Red" Grange for high scoring test in 1892, with a score of 10-8, and
ors in the Conference can run, handed the Wolverines another de-!
feat in 1917. In 1893 the Michigan
SCapai, aindo all three thngsrteam ran up a total of 72 points for
he old school and the Michigan uan overwhelming victory over the
en will concentrate on him in an IPurple.
mpt to stop .a repetition of the Scores of past Northwestern-Michi-
ormance which Lidberg, Minne- gan games:
back, gave last week. Ziggy 1893-Michigan 72 Northwestern 6j
.im will match his wits against -s
e of Rockwell from the Purple 1898-Michigan 6 Northwestern 5j
terback position while White will 1901-Michigan 29 Northwestern 0
aker's running mate at right half. i 1917-Michigan 12 Northwestern 21
he Northwestern line will average 1919-Michigan 16 Nort hwestern 13
e than five pounds heavier than
Michigan forward wall. Seidel, Paavo Nurmi, greatest of Finnish
will start at left end for North- distance runners and hero of the 1924C
ern has been called the best Olympic games, is expected to sailt
;man in the Conference this year. for this country Dec. 6.t
er Mathews or Red Cole, at the I
r end are capable performers and,
id keep Bill Flora busy. John-
and Sieberman who start at theGA
les are both husky and have gain-l
a reputation in their games be-
this season. Parsons and Cohen Are You In
'ord who will play the guards are
oriented but should not be able to IIV S M N
ch up with Slaughter and SteeleINVESTMEN
higan's h'uskies in the center of
line. Bob Brown will be opposed We have positions open
iowry at center.
and Sales Department's

Purple Pilot

ANN ARBOR MEETS
FAST DETROITERS'
U. of D. High to Furnish Opposition
For Holloway's Men Here
Today
MUCILE NOT TO START
Expecting strong opposition from
the University of Detroit High teaml
when they invade the locals' football
field at 10 o'clock this morning, Annj
Arbor has been driven hard all week1
by Coach Holloway in preparation
for the game. The Detroit team got
away to a bad start this year but of
late have been showing real power,
defeating Toledo Central, 9-0, last
week.
With all cripples back in the line-
un except for Louis Mucile, star end,
who dislocated his elbow in the Pon-
tiac fracas a week ago, the locals will
be able to put the strongest team on
the field that has represented them
for the last three weeks.
The locals will line up with Illi andi
Bethke at the ends, Becks and Shank-
land, tackles; Fry and Wilson, guards;
and Mortenson, center; Captain Walsh
will call signals with Stohl and Wen-
zel at the halves. Either Lichtenaure
or Taylor will play fullback.
Benjamin Egan, former catcher of
the Baltimore Orioles and the Phila-
delphia Athletics, has been signed asI
coach by the Brooklyn Nationals for
the season of 1925.

Plays Center

MICHIGAN CROSS COUNTRY SQUAD
TO RUN TRIANGULAR MEET TODAY

Farrell's Runners Race hllini and rely on team work to pull them
Buckeye Harriers at through. Beginning the season with
Columbus, Q. only two veterans, Captain Shene-
field and Miles Reinke, Coach "Steve"
OPPOSITION IS STRONG Farrell has been obliged to build uPl
a team composed mostly of sopho-
(Special to The 1)ail1) mores, and to add to his troubles,
Columbus, Ohio, Nov. 7.-Michi- both of the veterans have been slow
gan's cross country squad arrived1 in rounding into shape.
here at noon today, for the triangular Callahan, one of the new men, has
race with Illinois and Ohio State I shown up especially well as have
over th'_ stadium course at 10:30 to- Briggs and Hornberger, stars from
morrow morning. They were taken 1 last year's freshman team. With
around the course early this after- such an inexperienced team Michi-
noon in order that they could learn gan stands little chance of winning
the distance marks and the condition against the veteran combinations of
of the road. The O. S. U. course is Ohio and Illinois, but she has shown
the most difficult in the Conference steady improvement since the Badger
because of the number of hills and race two weeks ago and several of
the loose gravel the 5.3 miles includes. I her new men may spring a surprise
With no individual star to set the on some of those who are counting
pace for them, the Wolverines will them completely.out of consideration.

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"Tim Lowry"
The Northwestern center who holds
down the middle of the strong North-
western line. He is counted upon by
the Purple coaches to stop the
plunges of Miller and the other Wol-
verine backs today.
Knute K. Rockne, director of ath-
letics, and football and track coach
at Notre Dame University, competed
in football and track for three years
while an undergraduate at the South
Bend school. He was chosen for a
place on the All-American football
team in 1913.

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Solheim is the quarterback on
Glenn Thistlethwaite's Northwestern
team which hooks up with Michigan
today at Ferry Field.

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ast Games To'
Be Played Off
On Grid Today
The football schedule for today in
e east, middle west, and west shows
veral important clashes which will
e watched with interest. In the Con-f
rence, Illinois and Chicago are
heduled for the big game at Chica-
o, and Wisconsin meets the powerful
otre Dame eleven. Harvard, in the
ist, is renewing the age old, stru-
e with Princeton at Cambridge,
ennsylvania, the only undefeated
am in the east without a tie, tackles
eorgetown, and Yale takes on Mary-
nd at New Haven.
With the famous "Red" Grange as
s main threat and a well balanced
ackfield to supplement him, Illinois.
ds fair to conquer the Maroons,
hose 19-7 victory over Brown, and
s 7-7 tie with Ohio State are not
early as impressive as Illinois' de-
ats of Michigan, 39-14, and Iowa,
-0. Thomas, the Maroon's great
reat in the backfield, however, may
ncork some flashy plays and bring
ctory to the "Hub" team.
Wisconsin has her chance for fame
. meeting Notre Dame. However, the
adgers must show more in this gamei
an they have so far this season in
der to come through with a victory.
the tornado from South Bend; they
ce oneofdthe best backfields in thel
)entry and a fast line; a _team with
ctories over such teams as the Army
id Princeton and an impressive vic-
'ry over Georgia Tech. Wisconsin,
n the other hand, has tie games with
innesota and Coe' and a loss to
[ichigan, 21-0.
Iowa should have little trouble with
utler, Minnesota is picked to win
rer Ames, while Ohio State will
ave a battle on its hands to defeat
-diana.:
Harvard and Princeton appear toj
on fairly even terms. The Tigers
'ok the Navy into camp, 17-14, and
st to the powerful Notre Dame elev-I
i; 12-0, while Harvard held the big
artmouth team to a 6-0 score and
eat the strong Boston university
am , 13-0.-.
Football enthusiasts will watch the
ennsylvania-Georgetown game witht
terest. Penn is the only undefeated
am in the east and bids fair to cap-I
re premier laurels among the big
ams of the east. Georgetown has
st to the Quantico Marines and Buck-
ell and stands little chance of over-
>wering the Penn team led by Capt.

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