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NVEDNESDAAY, NOVEMBERDE 10, 1926

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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1AMY7 NOTEDAME
TO PLAYI- OTHAN-1
Saturday's Cuash 'Will :dean Much In
D~eterIM nlng Best Ele'vena
Of 11126 Sellsoil
BOTH TEAMS UNBEATEN
Notre Dame' intersectional strugglel
with Army, to be held Saturday atI
New York, seems to be the most dan-

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gerous game scheduled on the pro-E
) gram for both teams.
BAs well as being dangerous, theJ
clash also holds the spotlight as theS
most interesting to national 'football
followers. Both teams, undefeated.
up to the present time, must come out
of the game a winner in order to have
any sort of claim on te national
championship.
It has been the general belief that
Coach Ilockne's men have been hold-
ing back all season but the Irish will
l have to show their complete strength
in the tilt if they expect to down the
Army, rated as one of the strongest
teams in the history of the service
elevens.
Notre Dame ilet its first real test
-, ~against the Northwestern team and r
had difficulty in squeezing out a 6-0f
victory. Army, although, it has beent
tested, several times, has not yet met
anyvey trong opposition. Army
must win in order to enter the Navya
game, scheduled for Nov. 27, as a
-ti contender for the national title, as-
rhm~ng that the Midshipmen will dis-
pose of Georgetown in their encoun-
ter.
Thus far the Army attack has not
been one of anything but straight
football. Capt. Hewitt, Wilson, and
iAurrell will probably drive through
the Notre Dame line time after time
in, an effort to score. It is expectedt
that the Rockne men will resort to ai
running attack with frequent use of
the forward. pass. Kicking should1
play a determining part in the final
result.
In addition to the Army-Notre Damei
clash there are several other gamesf
of note lsted for. Saturday's.program.1
Besides the ihian-Ohio struggle at
Columbus, which will. probably -de-I
ternine the lCnference hampiotiship,
Chicago and Northwestern meet toI
decide the city supremacy as well as
the hopes of the Purple for the Big
Ten title. Northwestern has not de-
feated Chicago In many years, their
last victory corning .In 1901 with the
final score -. However, the Evans-
ton team is a heavy favorite to win.
and, although the Maroons showed
much improvement in the Illinois
game, they will have to display a more
powerful defense to hold the high-
powered Purple backs.
NEW "BIG THREE"
WINNING IN EAST
4 Brown, Army, and Navy, the East's
new undefeated "Big Three", face dif-
ficult opponents in their remaining
games this year. The closing con-
tests of these powerful aggregations
rival the struggles of Harvard, Yale,
and Princeton, the original Big Three,
in interest even though they do not
eclipse them in tradition.
Navy, with a splendid record thus
far, must down the undefeated George-
town team if championship hopes are
to remain unblemished. Georgetown
defeated the strong Syracuse team
last week and should provide Navy
with a thorough test before the clas-
sic between the two service teams at
Chicago.
Brown holds impressive victories
over Yale and Dartmouth, but may
find a stumbling block in the fighting
Harvard team this week. Colgate,
the, team that nearly shattered Navy's
hopes a few weeks ago, also looms
black in the path of the Brown eleven.
Army faces a, real test in the game
with Notre Dame this week-ed which
will eliminate one of the contenders
for national honors. Brown alone,
according to eastern critics can pos-
sibly challenge the supremacy of
Army or Navy, if she manages to

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'.tins. !,;3".00 complete. (Call 7710,
WANTED
tiAN [U)---Tw\o Ohio tic'kets. (:all
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WANTED TO RE1NT-Small apart-
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Box 121 AMichigan Daily.t
WVANTEI)-2 ti-kets for the Ohio
g~n.('all E. I Icymonn, 5618.
37-38 - 39
t ANT'El-Three more fellows to sell
a1rm b ands at Ohio gamie. A good
i ;y to pay all expenses. Phone
~15or see. F. Hl. Fradlenburgh at
16N. State. Apartment 9, between
12 and 1 or after 5:30.- 37-38-39,
WANTED-Tickets for' 0. S. UT. game.
tCall 7637. 37-38
WANTEI)-Two tickets for 0. S. U..
game. Call E. Silver, D~ial 7295.4
36-37-38
WVANTEDP]--Will give 2 Wisconsin
s, a.me tic'ket"s for 2 Ohio State game
tickets. Call Lund~quist, 9588.

LOS' lttii-,, bro'wnt \wit h, 5(;vc~l
leaf her edge, centnaining\'aluaible
lkeys and also money ini11111 anid.
$ 1 e a d , . 2 . 5.LO S T - B l a c k a n d (I r e d l s w e a t o h f r t , a n d
gloves. Oni South Ferry Field dur.-
iug fall games. Phone (3037.
LO)ST --Large blue notebook coil a :tin-
iug organic chemistry notes, .I 'lt'asi'

Dan Howley
Who piloted Toronto to the cham-!
pionship of the International league1
and has received his reward in the
form of an appointment as manager of'
the St. Louis Browns, to succeed one
of the men in baseball's stardom who
found little success as a playing man-
ager, George Sisler.
The t Press Box j
By Wilt-on A. Simpson
Coach Yost stated at the close of
the practice yesterday that two of the!
new men who started against Wiscon-
sin are certain to be in the openingj
lineup against Ohio State Saturday.
Weber, who gained more yardage from
the line of scrimmage than anY other
men in the backfield, will start at
fullback, with Molenda shifted to right
halfback and Gilbert at the other half.
Weber gained one more yard than Gil-
bert from scrimmage, not counting for-
ward passes. Dewey strengthened the
line last week and will start at guard
against the Buckeyes.
Leo Hoffman vvio imade such K.
brilliant shbowing against IV Iconl-!
sin Saturday, will be availie
for comipetitioni next fall, this be-
Ing only his second year on the
squad. During his sophomore
year he 'was scholastically Ineligi-
ble and played on the Flsiher. re-
serve squad. Last year he was
used once or twice, nmaking a
touchdown against the Navy el-
even last year. Ile weighs only
155 ponunds, and is one of the fast-
est men on the squad.. His show-
Ing last week brightens the out-
look for next season. He Is a
junior, 3n. the Law school.

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P Ihone 7086. 38-39-r10
NOTICE-First class repair work on
all musical instruments. Schaeberle
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TWO OR THREE 0. S. U. TICKETS.
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Big "Battering Bo" Molenda was
not seriously injured in the Wiscon-
sin game and will be ready to face
the Buckeyes Saturday. Molenda was
hurt in the ankle in the practice a!
week: ago, and was forced to leave the
game Saturday when he twisted the
injured leg. Grinnell, who injured
his knee Thursday, is reporting for
practice daily, and will be available
for the Ohio game.
The exterior decorating conmit-.
tee of the freshman class is cordi-
ally Invited to consult Mr. Tillot.
son on the ticket distribution
question.- Tillotson welcomes any
dissatisfied "customer" and will
endeavor to give, a detailed ac-
count of how some students geti
into the north and south stands.
-The Ann Arbor pol11ce used tear
gas in turning back the crowd.
Helen Wills, former national tennis
champion, is among the 358 junior
honor students at the University ofI
California. This is the second time
she has been on the honor roll. She

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t imes. 'Bargain at x:50).06. Call
21203--Jonies. ;8-39-4J
FOR SA ^:1.7. -'ltcvt ole#, touring, $50).
(lood Hutes, -Aai toem'and Pa real 'car
rea dy t c ran. Sac ficc~d by faculty
M owner to move it. Phione 54113.
3~8-39-40)
FOR SALE-1920 Buick touring, $60,
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1925 FORD TOUR11iN-Excellent' on-
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FOR SALE-Chevrolet touring in ex- 29 tf.
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Schaelberle & Son Music House, 110
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IVACATION ACCOMPLISHMVENT!
Ambitious student, Mr. XE. W. S.,
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semester, earned, in. vacation $295.70;
and in addition, on Sept. 30th, received
profit-sharing check of $73.92. Stu-
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