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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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FENSE STRESSED
N VRSITY DRILL,
Line Attack Expected to Give
Michigan Wall Test Next
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C'OACH INJURED)

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PIVE PASS ATTACK

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Coach Emery, assistan
)al.1 coach,. suffered a
injury to his leg in yest
practice session, and ha
carried from the field. U
late hour last night, t
tent of the injury wasz
termined. Coach Emer
imititing the star backfie
of the Hawkeyes, Mic
next opponent, going t
the Michigan line. On
his attempts, a Michiga
man tackled the coach
resulted in his injury.

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STEVE WO RKS M EN I
Michigan Team Expected to Pnt t p
Hard Battle for Big Ten
Title
FAVOR WYKOFF TO WINJ

h what promises to be the hard-
ame of the season for the Wol-
es only four days off, the Var-

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.y coaches yesterday afternoon putt
air proteges through a hard drill.
Iowa's great line attack is provid-
g a problem for the Michigan men-
rs. There has been one weakness
the team this year that has ap-
ared off and on in the various
tnies and that is the defense against
steady line bucking and off tackle
tack. Grange made his gains
rough 'tackle and the following
ek the defense,. had been straight-
ed up so that the Badgers failed
gain at that point in the line. The
flowing keek Lidberg gave tho
aches more worry when he plowed
rough the center of the line for
bstantial and consistent gains. The;
xt week even the redoutable Baker
led to get through the line and.
t week unt of Ohio came back
d ran the Michigan ends for gains.
Iowa combines all phases of the
we attack. If the coaches are able
keep the entire line on its toes
the coming game Michigan should
n the game. The center of the line
is good at Illinois, the tackles and
dAs worked well against Wisconsin
d Minnesota, and the center of the
e was the strongest section of thej
rward wall in the Buckeye game.
all parts of the line can rise toI
ike their best showing of the season
is Saturday the Hawkeyes may be
nded a defeat. The end sweeps ofj

SPEDEDBAIJ
Sophomore lits won the
speedball title yesterday

one of
n line- Coach' Steve Farrell sent his hill
which and dale squad through another hard
workout yesterday afternoon with}
only two more days of practice left
before the all-important Conference
race Saturday morning. Roy Callahan
who showed the effects of his enforc-
ed lay off in the race Saturday is
Iworking hard to get back into form.
There is doubt as to whether Miles
Reinke will be able to run Saturday
as he has been ill since the Ohio
trip.
interclass Wisconsin and Ohio State are the
afternoon two schools that Qoach Farrell fears

when they defeated the medics, 16-18,
on South Ferry field. The contest
was the result of a tie between the
same iteams on Monday afternoon.
The sonhomore eleven was leading
7-4 at the end of the first half.
Weiss, '27, led the underclass scor-
ing with nine tallies to his credit.
Warrick, Ralph, and Mueller were the.
other outstanding players for the
sophs. Summers led the medic scor-
ing with six points.
C'ROSS COUNTRY
Annual interfraternity cross coun-
try run will be held at 4 o'clock Mon-
day afternoon, Nov. 24, starting at
Waterman gymnasium.
Entrants must have completed nine
practice runs before the final race in
order that their physical condition
may be determined. A practice run
for men who have been training from
their fraternity houses will be held-
at 4:15 o'clock Friday afternoon.

most. Both hold victories over Mich-
igan this year by low scores. Ohio
State's championship team of last
year is practically intact and their
star, Captain Wykoff, is displaying1
wonderful form this year and he is
expected to avenge the defeat he re- I
ceived at the hands of Phelps of Iowa
last year. In Kulby and Petja Wis-
consin has two stars and these men
have carried the Badgers through the
best season they have ever had in
cross country. With victories over
Marquette, Minnesota, and Michigan,
their record is the best of any Con-
ference school this year. /Lead by
Captain Marzula and with a veteran
team back this year, Illinois was ex-
pected to put in a strong bid for the
title, but their poor showing at Ohio
State a week ago when Michigan and'
0. S. U. left them far in the rear, has
lost them little prestige. Iowa, al-
though possessing a -real star in Cap-
tain Phelps, was tied by Illinois early
in the season and has not shown much
strength against several small schools.
Notre Dame, Ohio Wesylan, Ober-
lin, Marquette, Ames, and M. A. C.
are the six schools outside of the
Big Ten to enter teams. Marquette
and Ohio Wesylan both have some
fast men who will undoubtedly give
the Conference stars a hard race.
Batavia, Java, Nov. 18.-The num-
ber of dead in last Wednesday's earth-
quake is officially estimated at 510.1
A dozen villages were destroyed.

y Conference, will wind up the 1924
Championship OfWest At Stake s by meeting Iowa State.
y An interesting battle will take
in Coming Saturday's Games, lc at Minneapolis where the
jGophers, fresh from their great vie-
Story over Illinois, will meet Dan Mc-
SGANext Saturday's games on th'e Hazel, Rutgers has compiled an im- Gugin's Vanderbilt team. The South-
country's gridirons will mark the pressive record, having defeated Cor- erners are not likely to function at
Stagg !rives Men for }ard game virtual termination of the 1924 foot- ell, Lehigh, and Lafayette. Their their best due to the sudden change
With Conference Title atss schedule has not been as stiff as in climate which they will undergo
Stake those of Penn and Dartmouth, but in in their trip from Tennessee to Min-
the East and West will be decided. comparative scores, they rank close nesota, but they are fast and clever,
RESERVES PLENTIFUL The Western Conference title wiill to their rivals. However, Dartmouth and will give Lidberg, Schutte, and
be decided beyond a shadow of doubt appears to have the edge on either of the other Northmen plenty of scrap.
Saturday unless every advance pre- the others. Rutgers will meet Buck- The California-Stanford battle at
Chicago, Ill., Nov. 18.-The Chica- diction fails. With Chicago, present nell Saturday. The game should be Berkeley tops the bill in the Far
go-Wisconsin game will hold the na- leader meeting Wisconsin, Michigan I close, Bucknell boasts a win over the I West
tional spotlight next Saturday, for playing Iowa, and Illinois hooking up Navy.
on this game with Ohio State, the race for the Con- The famous classic of the East, the Tokio, Nov. 18-The new American
claim for premier honors in the Big Terence crown cannot be nything but
Ten, a place they have not held since a clear victory for whichever team larvard-Yale contest, will take place ; ambassador, Edgar A. Bancroft, will
1913. cops. his will be the first time in; at New Haven Saturday. The Bull- present his credentials to the Prince
Coach Stagg expecting that the three years that there has not been a doy will be heavily favored to trim Regent Wednesday.
Cardinals will play their one good tie for first place in the Big Ten. the wavering Crimson squad, which
game of the season against his pro- Chicago is favored to maintain the was beaten disastrously by Prince- STUDENTS:
teges at Stagg field this week-end yB ton, whom Yale beat by a 10-0 score
Ilead by trimming the Badgers, who W noneti alahg ult
sent his mci to work on the brand have not won a single Conference tilt Saturday. Harvard's trimming at the
of football which he believes will this season. Comparative scores give hands of Brown did little toward in- line of Suits and Overcoats at
best serve to outclass the Badgers. the Staggmen a big edge, and their ! spiring the followers of Fisher's team $24.50 and $29.50
Yesterday's drill consisted for the form has been superior to that of the with hope of victory in the big jam. Tailored to your individual measure
most part of signal practice for the Wisconsin eleven this year. However, Notre Dame will play the last with the guarantee of complete satis-
backs, and instructions for the line- Ryan's team is a fair bet to stop the Western game of its great season at faction.
mn on how to speed up offense. The leaders. Evanston, where the Irish will tackle I Also, Waterproof Topcoats from
"Old Man" is not going to overwork Ohio State will give Illinois an cx- Northwestern. Rockne's eleven is Small Deposit with oder
his team this week, for he wants ev -I
ery one of them fresh for Saturday. cehdingly interesting afternoon when 1 favored to down the Purple with $12.00 to $30.00
All of hist men came through ythe the two teams clash at Urbana. The something to spare, as its form hasN
ANoheser gmenfie hapish Buckeyes are strong, and the Illini been the height of perfection through- INTERSTATE TAILORS,
backfiedten gwmit the excepi owill be considerably weakened by the out an exceedingly tough schedule.
Thoas dimenot even layte full loss of three quarters of their offen- Drake, leader in the Missouri Val- Call or Phone 123 for Appointment
game.al sive power, which was furnished by
It looks now as if the team with Red Grange, who will be unable to,
the greatest reserve strength will play. Ohio's ends are strong, the
come out on top, and it is here the backfield fast, and the pass attack
Maroons have 'the edge, being well nenacing. The defensive work of the
fortified with reserves. It was these Columbus eleven is its strongest' A thl tic G oods
men who gave Chicago her punch in point, and without Grange, the Illi-
the final period in the Illinois game. nois offensive may find it difficult to . FOR
pierce.
Mexico City, Nov. 18. - Ma-Gen. There is no team in the East which
Lansing Beach, U. S. A., has arrived has an absolutely clean slate. Penn,
here, allegedly on a confidential mis- Dartmouth, and Rutgers have not met
sion from President Coolidge to Pres. defeat, but each, team has been held
ident Obregon. to one tie. Penn was held to a score- ArT
less tie by Penn State Saturday,
spoiling a record which had been per-
fectly clear until that tilt. The Quak- t c
(''AItS WANTE ] :D ers have wins over Swarthmore, Col-gP
umbia, Lafayette, and Georgetown to
Students having cars who (e- their credit so far, and will clash
sire to take visiting cross coun- with Cornell on Thanksgiving. Dart-
try men over the coursc Friday mitss lewt
afternoon are requested to call moth wound its shedurewy, a
I enneth Seickz, 188, as soon as vctryovr orel-Studa, n
posnbth Te 8,soonis will rest on the successes to date,
ar T e wileve thespurposenwhich includes victory over Harvard,
Safe Brown, and Cornell, and a tie withNt
They will leave the YaSt field } ale. In _onsteGen em7 ot Next to
hiouse at 3 o'clock Friday aft- 'sae. I points the Green team . 71r North
ioos a hal our ride, ranks next to Rutgers, having 225 to; University Avenue Arcade Theatre
ernoon for a half hour ride. 22frtelaes
I 242 tfor the leaders.,
- Led by their great backfield star,
-io . - m . - o ' . - U mmo
It Costs Less to JuV y Good Cothin.g:: i

Ingwerson's men are their grund Those whose condition warrants their
raining plays and Michigan's ends participation will be permitted to en-
are being worked hard for the occa- ter the finals.
sion. 116 WLING
The coaches yesterday drilled the Fery campus fraternities have en-
team almost altogether on defense. tered teams in the annual intramural
Today it will be the same program bowling tournament which cqommenq
with a little more of the offense to be ed this week. The first round of
studied. Thursday and Friday the of- games must be played by Nov. 21,.
fensive will be polished up to the lim- according to the directors of the In
it. The failure of the pass attack tramural department. This round
in the first half of the Ohio game will also count for Western, Confer-
came for the most part from causes ence interfraternity bowling tourna-
which can be erased before the Hawk- ment.
eye game and the attack should be at Play in the tournament is being
its height against the visitors of the conducted on the straight elimination
week-end., plan. Each team is composed of five
men, the dummy score being 120. All
teams must report to the man in
charge of the alleys before bow1ing
Rest Of Season and turn their scores in to him. In
forder to be sure of an alley reserva-
tions should be made in advance.
Urbana, Ill., Nov. 18.-Harold (Red) The winner of the interfraternity
Grange, the Illini's All-American title will receive a silver loving cup. I
halfback will be unable to play in an-
other game this season, according to E
a bulletin issued here today.III
Grange suffered torn ligaments in FRESHMAN NUMERALS I I

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esota game last Saturday, and X-ray;
ctures of the injury revealed that
small hone in the shoulder also
,d been wrenched loose. Physicians
tid that at least eight weeks would
a required for the injury to heal.
range is suffering acute pain.

Winners of Freshman cross
country sweaters should report
at the field house any afternoon
from 3 to 5 o'clock this week
except Saturday, to get measured
for their jersies.

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General Motors Building
Detroit, Michigan
ALBERT F. KAHN, Architect
Drawn by Hugh Ferriss

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GET ITAN D ALL OT H ER

"In Terms of
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the eyes of the world toward this type of American
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