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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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PHINCIDN, NAI Karow Retains Lead HARVARD BEGINNING TO SHOW HORWEEN'S EFFORTS Gross Country Team
In Big Ten Scoring; To Meet Illini - Ohio lOT

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Veshrn Conference Teams Attempt
To Get Into Condition For
Finish of Battle
ILLINI LOOM STRONGER
(By Associated Press)
NEW YORK, Nov. 1.-Harvard and
Princeton are guarding themselves
this week for the opening engage-;
ment of as wide open a battle as has
ever been promised for the champion-
ship of Big Three.'
There will be no lack of traditionali
color and interest in the 1926 round
robin of the ancient triumvirate that
starts Saturday at Cambridge, but:
is noteworthy that all three enter
their climax games defeated and
shunted aside from the main fight for
sectional honors for the second'
straight ye'ar.
Harvard hopes are perhaps the
brightest of the three now for the)
Crimson after a ragged start has come
forward in astonishing shape while
the Tigers and the Eli have put up
erratic exhibitions.
CHICAGO, Nov. 1.-The tumult of
intersectional strife died tonight on
Western Conference gridiron and the
teams settled down to the serious
business of carving themselves niches
in the final Conference standing.
Illinois, which shows, with its vic-
tory over Pennsylvania, a team de-
veloping fast into a major threat at
Conference leaders, readied itself for
Chicago. The Illini probably cannot
set themselves in title position, now.
but they can make the going rough.
for some surviving aspirants. Chi-
cago has yet to win a Conference
game.
Michigan, stunned- by a loss to
Navy, practiced without Friedman for
the Wisconsin game at Ann Arbor
Saturday. Friedman's leg was wrench-
ed in the Middies' game, but he ex-
pects to be back in a few days. 1
Wisconsin relies on the same stub-
born pursuit of the ball which
frightened Minnesota but entertained
none too jubilant hopes of overcoming
Michigan's drive for the Big Ten
Title.
URBANA, Ill.-Three sophomore
linemen at the University of Illinois
won their spurs in Illinois' great bat-
tle at Michigan, their first big test.

(By Associated Press)
Capt. Marty Karow's two touch-
downs against Chicago Saturday while
his running mate for western confer-
ence high point honors, Bo Molenda
of Michigan, was held scoreless by
the Navy, gave the Ohio State full
back a substantial lead of 16 points
in the Big Ten race of football scorers.
Joesting of Minnesota and Peters
of Illinois scored sufficiently to
maintain third and fourth positions,
while Nick Kutsch of Iowa took ad-
[vantage ot Carroll college to jump
into fifth place on the strength of an
addition of two touchdowns and three
points after 'touchdowns to his pre-f
vious score. The leaders:
Players *TP T FG PG
Karow, Ohio ........60 10 0 0
Molenda, Michigan....44 7 0 2
Joesting, Minnesota ..42 7 0 0 I
Peters, Illinois.......37 3 4 7
Kutsch, Iowa .........36 5 0 6
Peplaw, Minnesota 35 4 2 5
Gustafson, Northw'st'°. 32 5 0 2
Nydal, Minnesota ... .31 4 0 7
Grim, Ohio ..........30 5 0 0
Crofoot, Wisconsin ....30 5 0 0
Lewis, Northwestern.. 25 3 1 4
Beimett, Indiana ....24 4 0 0
Eby, Ohio............24 4 0 0
Friedman, Michigan...22 1 2 10
Madden Leads In East
Bill Madden, Columbia captain, with
63 points jumped into the lead among
individual scorers in the East Satur-
day, gaining a four point advantage
over Whippet Carr, Syracuse back,
who is out of the game because of in-
juries. Shaughnessy of Colgate crept
within a point of the crippled Orange
star.
Leading high point scorers follow:I
*TP T PG FGI
Madden, Columbia ...63 7 15 2
Carr, Syracuse......59 8 11 0
Shaughnessy, Colgate .58 8 10 0
Wilson, Army .......55 7 13 0
Greene, Penn State ..54 0 0 0
Strong, N. Y. U. ......54 6 15 1
Weston, Bost'n College.48 8 0 0
Graham, Fordham ....48 6 9 1
Busselle, U. of Maine..48 8 0 0
Connor, N.Y. U. ....47 7 2 1
Lungren, Penn State ..43 6 7 0
Lane, Dartmouti.....43 7 1 0
Wise, Holy Cross ....41 6 5 0
Wascolonis, Penn .... 41 5 11 0
*TP-total points; T-touchdowns;
PG-points after touchdowns; FG-
field goals.
Thirty-two men have reported for
the fencing squad-at Stanford.univer-
sity.

. MU1AV.A ~ ~ ~ i&,' ;<

Commenting on the race with Mich-
igan State's harriers last Saturday,
Coach Stephen J. Farrell, said yester-
day, "we beat them, which was the
main thing, but there will be a bigger!
test Saturday when the Michigan'
team meets Illinois and Ohio Statp in
a triangular meet here."
While the Wolverines have not lost
yet this season, Coach Farrell is not
overly enthusiastic. He said, "we
have a fair little team and that isN
about all." Only 15 men have been
out for croser' country this season
which is ample testimony as the
smallness of the squad.
Coach Farrell was pleased with the
showing made by Captain Briggs and
Hornberger. Both men did well and
should improve as the season pro-
gresses. This is especially true of
llornberger who has not yet reached
the top of training perfection. Others
on the squad are also due for im-
lirovement and Coach Farrell be-
lieves his men will continue to get
better and better with the experience
gained as the season wears along.
I1STINCTIVE

BLOOMINGTON, Ind., Nov. 1.--Indi-
ana university this season has the
distinction of playing the last inter-
sectional game among the Western
Conference teams when the Crimson
opposes Mississippi A. & M. here Nov.
13. The contest also marks the end
of the home schedule for Indiana.
The southern team has dropped but
one game to date and is considered
one of the strongest outfits in the
cotton states this season. Louisiana
State was conquered by the A. & M.
eleven, 7 to 6, and Hoosier football
followers will remember the upset
handed Indiana at Indianapolis two
years ago by Louisiana.
Mississippi boasts of a halfback in
Clark who ranks along with any of
the ball carriers in the Big Ten.
Harvard and Princeton basketball
teams will meet for the first time in
history this season.

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When Arnold Horween last Septem-
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ing to turn a football team out of
chaos it looked as though he was in
for a bad year.
Geneva, first on the Crimson's bill,
proved to be much too strong, and to
cap this the Harvard eleven fell be-'
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The team that defeated Dartmouth
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ped in his kicking attempts. In thej
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ball critics throughout the country
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mythical all-American teams. Kilgor
is a strong defensive center, and
French, the man who ran 48 yards
for a touchdown late in the game
against Dartmouth, can be depended
upon to come through when needed. ;
Harvard still has to meet Yale,
Princeton, and Brown and send them
down to defeat before they can be
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