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October 17, 1926 - Image 7

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Handicapped by a thoroughly water-
soaked curse due to the heavy rains
of ,last night, 18 Michigan Varsity
cross-country men ran three and one
half miles this morning in a trial race
y to determine the 10 runners that will
open the Conference season for the
Maize and Blue next Saturday against
Four men finished in a dead heat
and, considering the condition of the
course made fairly good time. The
k winners, Capt. Briggs, Iskendarian,
Lamont and Monroe, covered the dis-
tance in 18:35, and all four runners
' wer'e fresh as they crossed the tape,
andI seemed willing to continue for the
remining one. and one-half' miles, but
) Coach Farrell waved them in, saying
that lie had seen enough.
.Jcond place was won by Hill, of
k the 1925 freshman team. Hill did not
push himself at the start, and by keep-
ing within striking distance of the
leaders throughout the run he was
able to finish but a few yards behind
the winners.
Wuerfel, also of the freshman squad
of last year, was close to Hill through-
out the race, but racked the stamina
7 for the final sprint, and had to be
0content with third place.
t Ted Hlornberger, Ann Arbor's offer-
ing to Michigan's track and cross-
country teams, finished fourth. Horn-
4 berger did not seem to exert himself,
and while he ran a fast, steady race,
was content to place in the first ten,
t and thus insure himself a place on
1 the team -that runs next Saturday
against Purdue.
Thie other men that placed in the
trial~ this morning were Aubrey,
Winslow, O'Brien, Lowery, McAniff'
and Hunt. Of these mn'en Winslow,
Aubr~ey, and Hunt are sophomores, atfd
' when1W uerful and Hill' are added to
this list it would seem that not a little
of the strength of this year's squad
depends upon how well these men de-
The first mile was covered in 5:50,
which is rather slow time, but excus- .
able considering the condition of thej
cour'se. Capt. Briggs was leading atj
the second mile post in 11:05, and the
three mile mark was passed in 16:40,,
which allowed only 2:25 for the lastJ
halt mile. I
Tedeal whereby Lance Richbourg,
Mi lwvaukee American Association club
outfelder goes to the Boston National
league club has been completed.

The Press Box


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--_______ ______________________I(('ontinu~ed tr',)I lage SPx on to the z il :' ye.,r when We <
Hlughes, a substitute Wolverine half- I Ainnet,ota 17 yard 1.7.ewhere t ! o<i ;_ 2 :* et olio
,back, booted two place kicks from the dondth sn.*-----n ti~"~~ : g
AlImquist tor E 1( 1h1t I(2 - ;, 7zl'-. ad cti
40 yard line I ;~~ounds on the ofj'i d e play hut 3? ., ' 'e-yp- WCi~Ot~ir
goals in the practicedrl preceding
the game. Last spring Hughes wsfltt waspelze o,1' A« 2 et radti a ,'-(1 in t l i
given special instruction in place J laiy forhiving her hac l=field ii:.r:j: ua' , t v a'' her<it es were(1.o-
kicking from Garbish, of the Army. t11101onl)elore 1the ball was lz#, h o (0 1) 1 _ _Y. :deta,'z, each playing ran cen i. h ,y
who assisted the Michigan coaches for llnrist iran tiihe ball out o ouiH)11s. ()h((t :) 110 h all he i heir I ealtin~ual Cs
a few days during the spring practice.
field, the ,Wolverine captain return-- -
ts"; the punt to the Gopher's 36 yard
The Michigan hand, ledi by (Gordon , ine. jxolendla hit cenjter fortli'tpc" $-
Packer, '28, paraded across Ferry fieldyaiasIh gme nddwh e
playing "The1 Victors" and receivedl a balonMnnsta',
balo ~lust s 33 yar!d lino. ! r
great ovation. The drum major threw Final ,cre: Mlicliizam2(}, )MIinesota (1.
his baton over the goal posts at each/?
end of the field, making two success- ,
ful catches. Following are the games played by T'A

YOt ' ? ( .'?[t - -Yonke [ i:) a Wij> Ci} lkt
RIaho rt, etil, 2 to G'. 'in the 111121gann~l
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ElE 1' I t n I I7LSTT- A ch'eok, miadle out. to Lucille
c ____________________ i1 range. Dial 8526,. Rewuird. 17
If vont rea te subscrtiber call 1Jimmie
th leie eIill 124 oo l ou « ntadtLO ST-Pair of glasses in black case.
\d Fe cared. h 121, .d Ol*wnt Please return to 1026 Greenwood or
TI l : icli ian Daeily reserves the right to I cl 71
I' ify all want,; ad-. under applropriate head-. al237 71
anti do to revise or withheld objectionable,
1Tho, coinmonn closes at 3 P. M. dlate preeed LOST-Red, Cocker Spaniel,' licenise
rpo itleation. Notice of in), eror must lbe No. 12, ntame "Rusty." Substantial
I nin time for the second insertion,.ead al 621-71
CASH RATE reward.__Call__9692 _ 16-17-18
Tlen cents per reactinig line (on thle basis oft
fire avem age words to the line) for one or two LOST-Grey Suede Jacket at Arcade
i lscrtions.Wensa
:Nine cents per reatding line for three or moreI Cafeteria,Wensa noon. Call
insert ions. - 121241. 16-17-18
('ash classifieds received at the Daily office-
in The Press Btuilding on 'Maynard Street.
CONTRACT RATES NOTICE-New Victor Records, Ortijo-
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!Michigan andl Minnesota:

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The crowd was very slow in enter-
ing the stands, due to the heavy rain
early in the afternoon. Yellow sik
slck ers uredominated in every section of
the stands.N
The band did not play the new
"Stadium 'March" today as scheduled
due to the fact that the individual
band parts had not yet been copied.
It will be played for the first time at
the Illinois game.
Six of the eleven players on the
Minnesota team appeared on the field
stockingless. Two years ago Coach
Zuppke at Illinois sent his men
against Michigan without stockings.
(By Associated Press)
NEW HAVEN, Oct. 16.-Dartmouth's
high geared eleve~n generally recogniz-
ed as the 1925 national champion, was
stopped today by Yale and went down
to defeat for the first time in three
years. ..
The Elis tossed away many oppor-
;tunities to score by loose fumbling
f of the ball, but still caught sufficient
passes to overcome the first Green on-
slaught by a margin of. one touch-
down, 14 to 7, in a battle that thrill-
ed 53,000 spectators at the Yale bowl.
Yale's victory was as decisive as it
was sensational in upsetting the In-
dians from the north, who enteredI the
game strong favorites. Except for a
i brilliant drive in the second quarter,
a 65 yard march that resulted in the
only touchdown, Dartmouth was com-
pletely outplayed.
DMajor Earl L.g Naiden,. Washington, 1
D.C., won the golf championship of
the United States army, by defeating
Capt. James H. Gay, Philadelphia, in
the 36 hole fin-al round, one up.

1892-Michigan. . 6
1892-Michiigan. .20l
1895- Michigan. .20
1896-Michigan.. 6
1897--Michigan. .14
1902-Michigan. .23
1903-Mica igan .. 6
1909-Michigan. .151

Minnesota. .34
Minnesota. .3-4
Minnesota. . 0
Minnesota.. 4
Minnesota.. 0
Minnesota. . 6
Minnesota.:. 6
Minnesota.. 6





Th-ey Called Him
"The XWolf"


191--iMichigan. . 6 Minnesota.. (1
Previous scores are a;> follows:
1919-Michigan. . 7 Minnesota. 34
1920-Michigan. . 3 Minnesota.-.0
1921Micbgan.38 Minnesota.. 0
1922----Michigan. 16 Minnesota.. 7
1923-Michigan. 10 Minnesota-, 0
1924--:vichigan. .13 Mihnesota. . 0
1925 -Michi ga.n. .35 Minnesota. . 0
Total points 238 131 '
Stanislao Loayza, Chilean light-'
weight boxer who has just complet edI
a successful season in the Unlitedl
Mtates, expects to return there at the
endi of this year.
See the New
Model MI
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purse, containing -money. Owner
please identify. Call Roy; Baer,
3936. 17-18-19
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Will owner call Laura Joslyn 21058.
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FOUND-Automatic Pencils which We
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on Elm St. Dial 8805 or 21467 and
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NOTICE-First class repair work on
all musical instruments at Schaeb-
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FOR SALE-Two Ford tourings, in
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7-10 p.m. 16-17-18
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get the right kind at Rider's Pen
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kinds which clog your pen and, make
it useless. Your pen and ink spe-
cialist knows. tf
LOST-Black pocktethook containing a
key, on campus, Friday. Dial 7267.
LOST-Chi Psi Fraternity Pin. Re-
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oblong shape, with raised gold num-
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Friday afternoon. Reward. Phone.
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Reward. Return to Rose Schwartz.
Phone 7238. 17

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"A Fraternity Mixup"



Betsy Ross Shp
Where the Crowds Go




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Ann Arbc
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Thursday, October 21'

lay we will show our new Fall' woolens at
or. Representative Jerry Coan, at Hotel
Fhursday, October 21.

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