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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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ES TO FACE BUCKEYE
ELEVEN AT COLUMBUS TODAY

(Continued From Page One.)
n a word, Michigan has one of the
st forward pass combinations in
country and one which is to be
ed by any team. All three of the
Michigan victories have been the
ct results of forward passes and
o entertains the hope that tomor-,
the forward pass attack will go
ng. It is taken for granted by
o .that unless the Michigan pass
.ck works, Michigan will not have
*e than an even chance at the

higan's line will deserve seriousI
ion by the Buckeye team if it
up to the standard it has set
e last few games. Lidberg of
sota has been the only player in
inference to pierce the Michigan
rd wall since the Illinois game
le entire Gopher team was built!
I his line plunges. On tihe ends.
e Grube and Flora. Grube has{
id a chance to show his wares
Harold Grange used his posi-4
s a runway in the Illinois game.
is light but heady and game
vith the experience which heI
ad in the end. position in the
ce sessions since that first
he may be expected to hold
his job well.
higan tackles should be able to
heir own against {anything that
their way tomorrow. Edwards
anks as one of the best in theI
-West and H'awkins who hasl
ppointed to the right tackle job
lace George Babcock is husky
pendable, although he has fail-
show the class of his teammate
other side of the line. The
, Slaughter anid Steele, are
mong the best in the section at
positions. Bob Brown at center
et Tee Young before and al-
i outweighed by his rival center
nds, he more than held his own
r last meeting.
*e were indications this evening
hie field would be sloppy and
vas predicted for the contest.
ousands of spectators who be-I
During into Columbus tonight,
er, failed to have their spirits
and everything was in readi-
onight for one of the greatest
is that was ever waged on an
ridiron.
probable lineup for today's
is as follows:
IGAN OHIO
.......LE.... Cunningham
As .......LT........Mackey
ter ......LG.........Kutler
.. ..C .. ........ Young
RG. ...,. Dreyer
ns .......RT.......Jenkins
..... RE...........Wilson

EAST
Princeton vs. Yale at Princeton.
Harvard vs. Brown at Cambridge.
Pittsburgh vs. W. & J. at Pitts-
burgh.
Army vs. Columbia at West Point.
Cornell vs. Dartmouth at New York.
Penn vs. Penn State at Philadel-
phia.
West Va. vs. Washington & Lee at
Charleston.
Navy vs. Bucknell at Annapolis.
Colgate vs. Springfield at Hamilton.
Lafayette vs. Alfred at Easton.
Syracuse vs. Niagara at Syracuse.
Georgetown vs. 3rd Army corps at
Washington.
MIDDLE WEST
;Minnesota vs. Illinois at Minneap-
Chicago vs. Northwestern at Chica-
go.
Wisconsin vs. Iowa at-Madison.
Notre Dame vs. Nebraska at South
Bend.
Missouri vs. Washington at Colum-
bia.
Mich. Aggies vs. S. D. State at
East Lansing.
Marquette vs. N. Dak. at Milwau-

Varsity Has Edge
Over Buckeyes In
Past Grid Games
When Michigan enters the stadium
at Columbus to meet the Ohio State
team in the feature performance on
the forty-ninth annual homecoming
program this afternoon, it will be the
twentieth time that the teams repre-
senting the two schools have met,
with the Wolverines enjoying a big'
margin in the total number of vic-
tories.
In the nineteen games which have
been played, Michigan has been vic-
torious 15 times. The Buckeyes havej
been victorious three times handing
the Wolverines three defeats in suc-
cession from 1919 to 1921 inclusive.
One game played in 1910, ended in a

NRBBERSTO RUN
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First Three Men to Win Silver Cups;
Six Jerseys to be
Awarded
HARPHAM RACE ANNUAL,
Michigan's cross country team will
hold its annual Harpham Trophy race
this morning at 10:45 o'clock over tL-e1
Geddes Avenue course.
The winner this morning will have
his name placed on the Harpham
Trophy shield in Waterman gymna-
sium and the first three men to finish
will receive silver cups, while the
first six mien will be given cross coun-
try jerseys.
Three men, Callahan, Briggs, and
Hornberger have finished so close to-
gether in the last two races that
either one is likely to win. Callahan,
who suffered severe injuries to his
foot when he ran four and a half
miles without a shoe in the Triangu-
lar race at Ohio a week ago, will be
able to run, but will be seriously
handicapped. The work of Captain
Shenefield and Miles Reinke will be
watched with much interest today as
the form they showe will give a
means of measuring the strength that
Michigan will be able to enter in the
Conference race.

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3-3 tie.
Results of the past

paticularly inressivc but it is ta
Football Fans Favored With dintio that Coach- Dowson's men play
-*-r-y their greatest football when they line
ine Gridiron .Irograin I 1j up against Notre Dame.
The Army-Columbia game should be
a corker. The record of the Army
On the football schedule for today not defeated this year have two tieshows it to be a strong versatile el-
there are listed several games which games on their record and will have I even with plenty of punch, while the
will be big drawing cards and with to show an improved offensive at New Yorkers have shown vast im-
no little importance attached to them. Princeton. provement this season. Although de-
The Illinois-Minnesota clash, the The Penn-Penn State clash on feated by Cornell by two touchdowns,
Notr Dae-Nbraka~batlethean-Franklin field will be a' fight from their strength i^ o iitd h~
nualrinDaeto-NYaresk ncoutt , the -start to finish. The Nittany Lions are they played the Ithica aggregation
Penn-Penn State classic, and the always a dangerous foe when engag- they were suffering mentally over the
Army-Columbia and Cornell - Dart- ing the Quakers and might upset the recent loss of their beloved coach
mouuth games hold the center of the Penn team. On the surface, it ap- while the "Big Red" team was just
stage today. pears that Penn will have to come beginning to work smoothly.
Illinois should have little difficulty back to life after its narrow escape ,Cornell will meet Dartmouth at
Inipoing sof the Gophe dinnywith Georgetown last week if it ex-1 the Polo grounds. The strength of
sa hass been defeated by Michigan pects to vanquish the boys from State the Dartmouth aggregation is un-
soquestionedewhileitaisdreporteditha
and Iowa, and tied by both Iowa State college. m s pwstioned while it s reportecthat
and Wisconsin, and with Carl Lidberg Notre Dame is being pointed toward I Coach Dobie has just about reached
still in civilian clothes the Gophers Ethegame with the Corthruskrs. Neb- thc point where he thinks his team
can have little cause for high spirits raska's showing to date has not been is running perfectly.
The gladiators of Old Nassau and
Old Eli meet today in their annual
clash for the supremacy of the Big WHITNEY THEATRE
Three. Coach William R. Ropef', of Saturdimy, N'o ember 15
Princeton, has dismissed his men GEMME H NICOUd JM WELCH
early the last two days so that they present
would not go stale, feeling that they E E reAeC E
knew as much about football two nLWORWS FAVOP ITE WMEDIAN
days ago as they would ever know
before today's battle.
Princeton, after its astonishing vic- HILARIOUS ' ANEW
tory o,,er Harvard last Saturday, will
be a hard team to beat and the Bull- "H ITCHY" COMEDY'
dogs will have to be on their feet at a
all times in order to cope with the H IMSELF
Tiger machine. The Bulldogs although

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State games:
1897-Michigan
1901-Michigan
1902-Michigan
1903-Michigan
1904-Michigan
1905-Michigan
1906-Michigan
1907-Michigan
1908--Michigan
1909--Michigan
1910-Michigan
1911-Michigan
1912-Michigan
1918-Michigan
1919-Michigan
1920-Michigan
1921-Michigan
1922-Michigan
1923-Michigan

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Creighton vs. Okla. Aggies at Om-
aha.
WEST
California vs. Nevada at Berkeley.
Stanford vs. Montana at Palo Alto.
SOUTH
Georgia Tech. vs. Vanderbilt at At-
lanta.
Alabama vs. Centre at Birmingham.
Tulane vs. Tennessee at New Or-
leans.
Texas Chris. vs. Texas at Ft.
Worth.
Georgia vs.:Auburn at Columbus.,
Chattanooga vs. Georgetown at
Chattanooga.
WATCH THE GRID-GRAPH

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Bring own
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FRESH
Winners
'fcountry sw
at the field
from 3 to
except Satu
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LAN BASKETBALL
idates for the fresh- I
etball squad will re-
Waterman gymnasium
ght at 7:30 o'clock.
equipment.
COACH RAY FISHER.I
MAN NUMERALS I
of Freshman cross I
eaters should reportI
house any afternoon
5 o'clock next weekp
rday, to get measured
rsies.

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EAT AT WILLITS

We believe that you will experience
entire satisfaction by taking your
meals here. Home-cooked food is
always welcome.

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verford, Pa., Nov. 14.- It has
tically been decided that Walter n"
.alas, former Illinois star, will be
inted basketball and baseball 293
h at Haverford college. At pros- Phns23
he is engaged in coaching the
ne football team at Hog Island,
adelphia.
WA LK-
w York, Nov. 14.-L. L. Jones,
of the Massachusetts Aggies el-
is leading all rivals in the East
icking goals for the extra point
r touchdown. He has 21 to his
it, which with five field goals,
s him a total of 36 points.
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