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November 08, 1925 - Image 6

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~May Change

JBri.ggs, Wins Rance; "Ted" llornberger
Seconid In Five -Mile Grind


CHAMPAIGN, Ill., Nov. 7.-Michi-
gan's Varsity harriers last to Ohiokr
State by two points in the triangular
meet which' was held here this morn- ~
ing. Illinois finished a close third.
Ohio scored 38 points, Michigan 48, a1
an(! Illinois 44.tf:r '
*Ohio, the winning aggregation, did r
not place a man among the first four -
to finish, Briggs and Hornberger of,
Michigan finishing first and second re-'
spectively, 'with MeClee and Dickin- f
son of Illinois finishing in the order!n
named. The Buckeye entries however
flished in close order taking fifth,
sixth,. seventh, ninth, and eleventh tr
places, while Michigan's runners werer
upread out, the fifth man to finish
c "n'ing in in 15th place. t
fil'e race was run in a steady rains
over a muddy course which Consider- I
ably hindered the runners. Briggs'
time3 of 27 niinutds 48 3-4 seconds (' ;I r
wsecpinlyfsfo th velmile course under existing conditions.
The winner ran a steady race, letting
his teammate Hornberger set the'
pace up until the final spurt when he
passed him in a hair. breadth finish. s
"Mike" Reinke was the third Michi-!
gan man to finish taking tenth place,
Jung was 12th, and Baker 15th for '
Coach Farrell's men. Captain Calla- I
han' was kept out of the raceb
Coach Farrell because he feared the y gVa
srioftercmihtho hi!out of the Conference meet which will;
be held at Ann Arbor Nov. 21. ]L.us~hb
_.Gilbert prove hs oz fliito the
WASHINGTON-Practically unitedMiignsqdyee uywenh
support, both in the House and in 1 hg 1 rinh
committee of the tax reduction billsI did all ofthkekn inaae thatj
now in preparation by the house ways! was full of r- s. 1i1 -tu orh
and means committee-an almost un- stanids out e.,, :OlV m ue!t;c Irail
precedented prospect-is now confi-' r
gently expected by #House leaders, swas So wt ht z('izliStL zPO-
_________________________- rly h n ld i. 1 s d n h
~or every article for sale, there is Imjrt 111 {'II lil( h
a buyer. Reach himr thru Classifieds. ' c' lp a py ,


j0hio Grats wn r CrTDlPIFOBAL~ERNO
To '~ L~~d UUIL ' 'Grid RulesAi
,'ld Plaes Ei OJHNE' SAnnual__eel I
COIvMI'fw, 0 ., Nov. 7.-Oi 'a' NEW YORK, May .- When tIk' Dre;is ,duct ion inIthe number
M.--hi 1 i(ciiga!'' avrsj ; so.1 aii euu a ~i fect perecetage, as it has played o 'totU t'< 1'(1pas se s indcisrimiately
luin'i oYty Ihas grante(l vaitly "0'' to Cat s m tii'Yoe(on ference gameand that footl<ll 1 le'.s i nn];] tt^2? hol~1:;d ' . anb etai eidiitecs
five f( ()rhal Dplay rs of. )y'OliOsea- ! 4. .endled inla tie. Micigan Is second next annual sessi n 1two) 5C:i ' eary vey,.otal
soiw;rngngback as tfaras 1 iri y -k.,.ill a percenitage o .7050, having won i uesdealing with 1the m'eor leg :.ys. i 7n
r;.>ldetIli p Al<.,U yS, i l; iti' {- 'bythree games and lost one; Northwest- ineooth1; the. :s i ostimptflt change
ern, tJU1 <'or , Chcag. Wsconsin3, and Iowt1a are -UC'+'31 t;'itt'. ;1.221 C7, run on t he 40 -play
S The odetof the five is Prof. James te only o01 her !hit! in'' c(Mlfo t '. t a veag I 1,One deals withIithe l5in1drcd ass ei:'to1 o p'o
Si. i'ie, '2,of Columbuns Who played Ielevens, were bes en_'t ' il y(. I llhavitingw xogaean lotam adth trwihtee o
inl 1891 a tid 115'92. [nAil recently he, (~oltest 5. one, Chicago anrd Wisconsini have tie point after touchdown. :.ttje oiadpsin whc
aI a ebeflth aulya te lilinflliS (lf ateli ';1:i ea 1,,z E, I 2 0 < lis that m ar thi recrd15 tii ant~ frwrdpashaSwhc
<t¢ gea theiteracly t hetolgh Agitation against bth1)01nsh
u5ihVi'crs t i' ct i5 no(w connected With IafUorboth tecamn:; had led at '. 'o hey (10 not count against them in a lI i1<rs rhs the final period of practically
lie haf, andEG i colle ,I7 raln evelop]ed in all sectionsofhe(
no~ Ohio archaeolog-ical adhsabthl, and e1in - Astrictly lpercentage basis. o ipI)iLeaes1s n f h .igs
(I iow' boci . G-0 o-() SCon t; wo, (~hi i n i~t laewih .500 try as a result of a Whole sle u~nn_ eer i)'tf t io fotebll,'' -a~
t heo four are of a more re- Ihti asadyo iw' K arage and 1ilnos is holdinlg downz her of tie games and1 the tre^.t insii ar .('th o lradoiinlo
(#<i °Icoha generation. ltistal. 'Iiciga lh.' ': fa d'.a' o iha ecet er of contests decided by th' o~t 5\5(l(h
themn are H artold M. Gardiner, Colun- gaagr oe. Neit her lnd ana nor Purdue'came
win oer 1 ottll 'c scr~l :Y ; 1 (Pcrl:; !haeI after touchdowne tolwhich, it isit M c. Coffin explainedin xplthat t theth for-r
bus, ail end inl 1911 and 1912, and THer- wi1ve orhws eu ca wn ae-a1 <L-etied for last a :-lc
betLnofNwYrqatrakIby a 3 to 2 score ia .):' 11 .;v, ;pl1-II . ?by)8many critics, puts to g,-at a t 'pSs1is the only t4wal 0rn whvich'
anrulbclil91 i of fumble;. V isen,;1 ii le 1:<_________________penalty on a. team imatching oose will pl~r'mit theImaximuim number of
her Iself tod the ehianunonslaip s , Sla5I l toucbdowtn with another. pasudrte1hesseia h
T~he othertwodarethenry W. E
wi her t'o are Hery W. F~ r -'class; by d(efeai ing the cnnb('<it n lI'.ja' iTBTGJ e er i as Football's scoring'ules are unique iwt chiis stopped whenever the all is
xtlek f tcilmbs, liemn i 191,team. 'Wisconsin pr ;iotly Vlc(,: ?addeod toIthe roster df the Pittsburgh in that they provide no relief for ilk{' rounded.
1912, anld 1913 and Paul R. Carrot of, Micehigandefeated Purdull end a:ksi tedPirates with ithe birth of ason-o r.ti gme'N otermaayAmr'aaIf('e s rt&l that the fortypllay
lunmbus, a uarterback in 1912. ao oM.te wi oohr n~~ IILtfryt-th Minnesota. !and !1rs,. MaxCarey in a hospital here college sport outside of tIct; <'i(1 andy' t em lwill qjtol)this practice as anl
In granting the letters to former! The results of tclav', ane, _vtdy h e ria ae w ied al osl~~ ,ll f'..+;ilo'd ? :i ntngmr
4 ast e teOi tlei or!'imi;caa.in the Colfer enee o (ad W ith bon s In the Carey family. ing deadlocks. 1ti all 11 ,yi.I
ks continuing a' policy begun several 3)_________________ __________________
years ago. The reason for this pro- _______________.. . . -
I ('edure is due to the tact that there; ________ ______.--a,'-
was no such thing as varsity "0" inl
the days of Professor Hine and others( -----
of that generation. aIKi
SYR2ACUSE, N. Y.-With the an-i O
nal Syracuse-Colgate footbalil clash I
jstill nine days away, every seat in ISe I
A'rcilbold stadium, including several
'thousand extra seats on the tempo-'
1 ay bleachers, hsbeen sold, i a'Tel ((~t~ii I'Ir cr i i'l~sig h pei1 ie aiiii ll y 'e'stlall and t'. plas ig ella tf i~ ioo hta
I announced today by the Syracuse LUni- f ire ths:)Cand eofte ra. A wal, ahd ir, f aiiti( 1DtitrpIe c:it Ii its tgri15i Story 1 1 g u~es cdy~adfe i'hy ¢. et' rlleui
,est tlti soit." ? fete Iiatitieci"t i1; 1x°. ;atu k tn'eons of lee irld famious aris Opera. House. A kll 37(uC1li : ea 91Y1 (YC.,thp i "-1°ling nm'linn, Ia9 rtnal h~
1te Si Aco m od tionas h a bn p o i -takio ng' slIsl)e ( }' d y '4eiy .tilat grips and j y(1°'iiti S you. tuliIr al eletj if-, picture production, hbs i i iul W3-o wld cinlp i ' - on , t b illin et i ohey onl i
ed for more than 30,000 spectators and ilia~iniat ion!
another thousand more will be allow- ft g*-
0(1 to purchase standing room the day' It harms the Eye a~nd the N~'n d! C ASTOF
tol the fgame. cesToadateen2,500apia-Ij
!tdown. for t(ketsehae been urnedT n n dv5OJUl ai THAN 50 GREAT1

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ISAULT STE. MA~tRIE-Seven -pei'-
e onis, one of them a woman, are be=
lie-sped to have lost their lives in the
storm that lashed Lake Superior
IThursday night.
Leti The Daily sell it for you thu
the Classified columns.-Adv.

Itl l ls&I )l4 L& I eU L dui eL I se
It Is Replete With Incident !
It Teems With Action !

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