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RDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1926

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CNEECGRID
(By Associated Press)
CHICAGO, Oct. 15.-The lull before
the storm of football provided tomor-
row by four games bearing on the big
ten championship and two intersec-
tional tilts descended like a blanlet
on western conference camps today.
Coaches of the eight big ten varsi-
ties sparring for an opening advant-;
age in the conference race in the mor-
row's engagements conspired together
in a taciturnity echoed among the
undergraduates. th14
Both Zuppke 9f Illinois and Ingwer-
sen of Iowa came up to the Illini's
homecoming with no comment other
than to admit a mutual respect in the
matter of offenses. The game, ranking
with the Minnesota-Michigan clash{
was generally reckoned a toss-up. {
Much interest centers in the. Big
Ten debut of Pat Page, whose Ioosi-
era tackle Northwestern at Evanston,
where the Purple has raced to two I
triumphs this fall. The former But-.
ler coach left Indiana's good name in
the hands of Phelan at Purdue, where
Wisconsin seeks first blood in the con-
ference battle.
Sped eastward with' enthusiastic
send-offs, Chicago treked toward Phil-
adelphia while Ohio State executed a
flank movement and invaded New,
York. With a somewhat battered
squad Stagg hopes to score the firstt
Chicago victory over Pennsylvania in
the handful of games since 1898. The
Buckeyes' objective is repetition of
thesuccess which decisively shut out
Columbia last year, at Columbus 9 to1
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VARSITY CR1SOS-CLUNTRY TVAxL
WILL iJN IN TRIAL RACE TODAY
Candidates for positions on the Var-;
'sity cross country team will hold try-
outs today in a 3 1-2 mile race, the
first 10 finishing to be chosen to-runj
against Purdue next Saturday. f
QUANTICO, Va.-The Quantico ma-j
rines are doing the unique in football.
The Marines are to face Lehigh
today in Bethlehem, Penn., and
their mode of transportation will be
the most modern. They will use air-1
planes.t
"Greasy" Neale has been signed asc
manager of the Clarksburg club in thei
Mid-Atlantic league next season. f

GAMES IN EAST
ATTRACT MANY
(By Associated Press)
1VW YORK, Oct. 15.-The football
pot that has been bubbling on the side-
lines while world's championship box--
ing and baseball have held the sport
spotlight will boil over tomorrow with
an unprecedented array of early sea-
son flashes in prospect all along the
eastern gridiron front.
At least a dozen contests in the
eastern sector, all having an important
bearing on championship aspirations,
will attract big gatherings.
The battle of Yale and Dartmouth at
New Haven promises its full share of
thrills with the Green 1925 champions
meeting their first major test of the
current campaign against the Blue
outfit struggling to find itself in spite
of injuries. Dartmouth, with a pow-
erful and versatile attack in the hands
of an experienced backfield is favored
to win, especially since Yale has lost
such stars aV Richards and Caldwell,
but the Blues .have enough reserve
strength to put up a stiff fight for
victory.
Chicago and Pennsylvania, separat-
ed by only a single touchdown last
year, appear closely matched again
although the Quakers have shown a
bit more impressively so far.
Expeits concede the Navy at least
an even chance of victory' against
Princeton at Palmer stadium. Prince-
ton's early season showing has been
a disappointment so far', but both
teams will miss backfield stars, the
Middies having lost Allan Shapely,
while Jake Slagel is out of the Tiger
lineup.
The Armhy is handicapiped by lack
of reserve strength in the line for its
tussle with Syracuse, but the -veteran
backfield led by Hewitt and Wilson
gives the Cadets an attacking edge
which may be sufficient to upset the
strong Orange eleven.
Harvard, with her full strength re-,
stored after two early season upsets,
expects to break into the winning
column for the first time at the ex-1
pense of William and Mary. The south-
erners lo.st to the Crimson by a mar-
gin of only one touchdown last year,
but met defeat last week at Syrabuse,
35 to 0, and appeal' lacking in suffi-
cient strength to hold the Car bridge
squad.
Pittsburgh, rallying from defeat by
Lafayette, will have trouble checking
the rush of Colgate, unscored on so
far, in a game that may attract an-
other big throng, with the Pitt stad-
ium capable of handling upwards of
70,000.

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FOOTBALL GAMES TODAY

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NEW YORK, Oct. 14.-Football
teams with unblemished reputations
will see blots placed upon their
escutcheons in today's games unless'
an unprecedented number of score-
less ties is registered. Neither Yale
nor Dartmouth, meeting in one of the
feature games of the week, has had
I to line up near its goal posts to see an
opponent try for point after touch-
down.
Cornell, called on to defend its un-
crossed goal line, against the western
invasion from Michigan State, doesa
not expect an easy afternoon. Co,
lumbia, among the select few whose
heads are bloody but unbowed, views
with some apprehension the appear-
ance of Ohio State, although the
i Buckeyes have had two touchdowns
counted against them.
Syracuse plays the Army, thej
Orange team also defending its per-1
feet defensive position along with its
honor.
A Colgate team, with a record of
noA having been scored on, meets
Pittsburgh which has been scored on
in each of the three games played.
Navy, considered formidable, is called
on to beat back an attack by Prince-
ton, handicapped by injuries, to keep
Its record clean. Brown is favored
to keep its record straight against
Bates, but Washington and Jefferson
presents a menace to Carnegie Tech's
success in stopping scoring plays.
HASTINGS REACHES GOLF
FINAL FOR SECOND TIME
Robert Hastings, '27M, last year's
all-campus champion, won his way
into the finals again by a decisive vic-
tory over T. H. Goodspeed, '28, yester-
day afternoon. By scoring a 35 on the
first nine against opponent's 39, last-
ings stood 4 up at the turn. Wins on
the 10th and 14th holes decided the
match with a 6 and 4 margin._
The Vyse-Hastings finals is a repeti-
tion of last year's tourney which went
to -Hastings iby a generous margin.

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By Wilton A. Simpson
Dr. Spears, with no malice of fore-
thought, spoiled our proposed trip to
"Cupid's hunting grounds" by bring-
ing the Gopher team to Ann Arbor
yesterday afternoon for a short sig-
nal drill on Ferry field. The Gophers'
wanted to get the lay of the land and
plan their attackaccordingly. Sev-
eral of the members of the team who
aspire to be engineers liked the field,
the drainage, and that sort of thing,
but insisted that the Michigan score
board was off center and inadequate
to support the heavy strains placed
upon it by the huge Wolverine "cores.
With all this talk about the
"Little Brown Jug," there arises
the question, "what is in it?" It
seems strange that men should
fight over an empty jug.a
Coach Spears took his men back to
Ypsilanti for dinner, (too late to see
the girl's football game), and expects
to keep them there until noon. Coach
Yost gave his men only a signal drill
yesterday afternoon, after which he
ordered the entire squad out to Bar-
ton Hills for dinner. The treat was
on the athletic association.
Last month at this time all the
tickets for the game were sold out
and hence there is not a ticket
available. In spite of the law
of supply and demand and Mr.
Tillotson, there will le ticket
scalpers on hand. Scalpers, re-
member, if Mr. Tillotson catches
you, "It is too late for iterpicide."
Barnhardt, who was confined to the
university hospital at Minneapolis for
several days after' the Notre Dame
game, was in fine condition yesterday
and is scheduled to resume his place
in the Gopher backfield.
In commenting on the outcome
of today's game, Coach Yost said,
"The boys are going to play to
win; they have the power, but
everything depends upon their
will to do it." Quite right, we
agree.
This department has found a way
to solve the ticket problem. Abolish
co-education and the stadium.will be
half filled. Then too, we would get
into the "Maj" on Sunday morning.

We heard of more than two'
seniors drawing tickets in the
East stands. Don't seniors have
all the lucki? If some arrogant
freshman parades up the 56 yard
line for his seat, the mob rule
will be in vogue.
Some ingenious Minneapolis news-
paper sent down a woman to get the.
pictures of the individual members df
the Michigan team. All the pictures
taken show the boys holding a suit-
case in one hand, a coat over the arm,
and smiling broadly, and saying, "So
this is Minnesota." The pictures will
appear in some Minneapolis paper on
Nov. 21, showing the Michigan men
getting off the train. Of course, they
had no train for a background, but
that is nothing. You Americans have
no imagination!
All of the Michigan men had top
coats carefully draped over their
arms in the pictures, and many
of them did not have hats. The
pictures may not work so well, if
the weather man orders snow for
the Minnesota game -Nov. 21.
After working for two days, we
found out the derivation of the word
:''Olley-oop." We heard the word be-
ing broadcast in sonorous tones at the'
Minnesota practice yesterday and con-
cluded that it means "shift" in Swed-
ish.
After telling a myriad of people
that there were no more tickets
available for the Minnesota game,
Mr. Tillotson hung out the old
S. R. 0. sign. In the old days that
sign meant, Standing Room Only,

Fast
Bates at Brown.
Dartmouth at Yale.
Chicago at Pennsylvania.
Navy at Princeton.
Colgate at Pittsburgh.
Michigan State at Cornell.
Syracuse at West Point.
William and Mary it Harvard.
Carnegie Tech at Washington
Jefferson.
West Virginia at Georgetown.
Ohio State at Columbia.
Geor'ia Tech at Alabama.
Tulane at New York University.
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Iowa at Illinois.
Wisconsin at Purdue.
Indiana at Northwestern.
Penn State at Notre Dame.
Washington U. at Nebraska.
Southern Methodists at Missouri.
Franklin at Butler.
Detroit at Loyola.
Grinnel at Iowa State.
Oklahoma at Drake.
Kansas Aggies at Kansas.
Texas at Vanderbilt.
Idaho at Washington.

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hut now Sold Might Out seems
more appropriate. The Michigan
Bell Telephone-company has
painted a sign for the pole clnim-
ers, It. B. O.--(langing Roonm
Only).
Not to be outdone by Coach Yost,
Steve Farrell, Varsity track coach,
has entered the motion pictures. His
latest production is now appearing at
the Maj, and is ranked as one of the
masterpieces of the film world. Fai-
rell doesn't make passionate love to
eny amorous looking squaw; he just
fits into one of the 'scenes as an ef-
fective background.
Patronize Dally A lverd'sers.

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Philip Csif

Patronze Daiy Adeiser.

Captain of the Haskell Indian school
cross-country team and a Pima In-
dian, is called one of the greatest run-
ners in the country. He won the six-
mile junior A. A. U. title last July and
the next day won the senior champion-
ship with a new American record of
X1:32.

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