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Will Begin Regular
OVEB OHIO QRjlDEB5 Competition Monday.
With the football season nearing
1oherjite H -ve oco 17 Games And mpletion, Varsity wrestlers will be-




Lost Three To The Buckeyes
. During Relations

Michigan enters the battle with
Ohio today with a decided advantagel
in games won during the relations ofI
the two teams since 1897, the Wolver-t
ines having won 17 games, against 31
lost. The teams have played two tiet
The Buckeyes were first taken onI
the schedule in 1897 and defeated 34-0.
In the following year, the teams play-1
ed to a scoreless 0-0 tie, and it was7
not until 1919 that Ohio was able tol
emerge the victor, 13-3. Ohio keptt
up this pace by repeating with wins;
ii the next two years, the scores be-
ing 14-7, and 14-0 respectively. Since
that time the Ohio eleven has been
unable to down the Wolverines. ;
Ohio's worst defeat came in 1902,
when the famous Yost team scoredI
S6 points while their opponents were{
held scoreless. In the following year,
Michigan won 36-0, and in 1905, 40-0.1
Ohio has never been able to score(
more than 14 points in a single game1
against Michigan, while the Buckeyes
have held the Wolverines scoreless]
on only one occasion.1
The following is a list of the games
played between the two teams and
the scores:
1897-Michigan 34; Ohio State 0.
1900-Tie game, 0 to 0.
1901-Michigan 21; Ohio State 0.
1902-Michigan 86; Ohio State 0.
1903-Michigan 36; Ohio State 0. J
1904-Michigan 31; Ohio State 6.
1905-Michigan 40; Ohio State 0.
1906-Michigan 6; Ohio State 0.
1907-Michigan 22; Ohio State 0.
1908-Michigan 10; Ohio State 6.
1909-Michigan 33; Ohio State 6.
1910-Tie game, 3 td 3.{
1911-Michigan 19; Ohio State 0.
1912-Michigan 14; Ohio State 0.
1918-Michigan 14; Ohio State 0.
1919-Olio State 13; Michigan 3.
1920-Ohio State 14; Michigan 7.
1921-Ohio State 14; Michigan 0.
1922-Michigan 19; Ohio State 0.
1923-Michigan 23; Ohio State 0.
1924-Michigan 16; Ohio State 6.
1925-Michigan 10; Ohio State 0. I
CHICAGO-Fullbacks of the Wes-
tern Conference are still leading in
the scoring records.

gin daily workouts Monday, pointing
for the opening meet of the season
with Cornell college, to be held on
Jan. 15. at Iowa.
The Cornell team is rated as a
strong aggregation, having among theI
list of stars Truckenmiller, member
of the last Olympic team, and Lip-
ton, who recently won the national,
A. A. U. championship in the 115
pound class. In addition to this, the
team, now being coached by Nick
Barker, former Michigan coach, is
reputed to be very well balanced..
Coach Keen's squad, althoutgh
hampered. by the temporary loss of
Baker and Solomon, is expected to
be in good condition when they make
the trip to Iowa. Baker, who recently
suffered a broken rib, will probably
report for practice next week, while
Solomon's leg injury may keep him
out of practice for a little longer
Rich, 175 pounder, will report for
practice as soon as football practice
ends for the year, and should prove
a strong addition to the team. Dona-
hoe will again compete in the 160,
pound weight, Watson or Durant will
represent Michigan at 135 pounds,
Galsterer at 145. Solomon will com-'
pete at 125 .pounds if he is in condi-
tion* although Saner will press him
for the jpb, as will Warren if he re-
covers in time from a shoulder in-
Following the meet with Cornell,
the team tvill meet the Iowa State
Teachers college on Jan. 17.
Michigan's rifle team will defend the
cup now in its possession in an intra-
city meet with the Ann Arbor rifle
(club at 9 o'clocl Sunday morning,
about three miles from the city on
State street. Companies I and K of
the National Guard also will be on
hand in an attempt to wrest the cup
from the present holders.
Each man will fire 20 rounds at 400
yards, and the high will win the cup.
SOUTH BEND-Notre Dame, home
of mighty football teams, also has
become a school for coaches. Twenty-
seven products of Knute Rockne's
genius are acting as mentors atvari-
ous universities this season.

NorthwesternAWill TGRIOE I EST
Oppose Chicago In
important Contest ACH CLIMAX T
Aside from the Michigan-Ohio game
today at Columbus, only one other (By Associated Press)
Conference battle .looms on the hori- NEW YORK, Nov. 12.-The conflict
zon as an important game, this the along the Eastern football front
Northwestern-Chicago meeting at reaches 'its grand climax tomorrow.
Evanston. Nine outstanding gamies will be wit-
Northwestern, represented by one nessed by close to 460,000 spectators.
of the most powerful teams seen at No group of gridiron contests in any
that institution for many years, will sector has held forth prospects of
make, an attempt to defeat the al- more stirring of colorful strife than
ready downtrodden Maroons, who are that which finds Princeton fighting
expected to put up a terrific struggle against Yale for the last championship
to win at least one Conference game. I of th' IBig Three, Army's stalwarts
There is little doubt that the Purple' meeting the flashy Notre Damce eleven
are far stronger in every department in a battle of unbeaten teams, invelv-
of the game, and unless the team is ing national honors, Navy and Brown
infested with the overconfidence di- fighting to keep undefeated record;
sease, it should win easily. It has intact against Georgetown and llarv-
been many years since Northwestern ard, and such traditional rivals bat-
entered the game with Chicago a fav- tling as Cornell and Dartmouth, Col-
orite, and the team has been looking gate and Syracuse, Pittsbnrgh and
forward to this opportunity for re- Washington and Jefferson. Columbin
venge. and Pennsylvania, and Williams and
The Evanston team has shown Amherst.
great form all season, being beaten These combats hold the major share
only once, 6-0 by Notre Dame in the of interest, but there will be no lack
last few minutes of play. However, of enthusiasm over most of other
if the team can clear the Chicago ob- games, five of which will see unbeaten
stacle it should have little trouble in teams in action. Of these, Boston
disposing of Iowa on the following college, meeting the invasion of the
week before leaving their claims to at Haskell Indians, figures to encounter
least a tie for the Conference cham the strongest opposition. Others find
pionship of 1926. Maine favored to whip New Hamp-
Iowa's game with Wisconsin holds shire, Lafayette facing secondary op-
a great deal of interest although it position in Susquehanna, New York
will not effect the higher standings. university expected to trim Davis-El-
Iowa was trounced last week 41-0 by kins, and Holy Cross rated superior
the hard hitting Gophers, while Wis- to Catholic university.
cousin fell 37-0 last week in the worst Army has the sane veterans whc
defeat the Badgers have ever suffered overwhelmed the Hoosiers last year
at the hands of the Wolverines reinforced by two new backfield stars
In other unimportant games Indiana but Rockne has brought East a much
meets the Mississippi A. & M. eleven more experienced and resourceful
in an intersectional tilt, while Minne- outfit than he directed in 1925.
sota will face Butler. The well knit Princeton forward
_________________wall appears too strong a comubination
TITLE TO BE DECIDED for the Elio who have been handicap-
ped, by injuries from the start of th(

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When the Wolverines invade the is conceded to be the leading choice
Ohio stronghold today at Columbus, for the mythical honor teams this
it is expected that th-y will encunter year.
it i exectd tht tey ill n uter Klein, holding down the center posi-
one of the strongest attacks that they Ken odn ontecne oi
have met all seaon.s tion, is rated as one of the best pivot;
Capt. Marty Karow, fullback, is the men ever seen at the Ohio institution,
mainstay of the team, and the power- and will be a hard man to pierce on
ful plunging attack shown by the line rushes.
Buckeyes in previous games was cen- Marek, a junior, has displayed sen-I
tered about h'im. At halfback, Elmer sational form all season, and has been
Marek is certain to skirt the ends a constant threat. He is a good run-
frequently, while Grim will probably iner, as well as being a strong defen-
be selected as his running mate. sive man.
Hess, powerful guard and all-Amer- Because of the power shown by they
ican selection last year has proven Ohio backfield, it is expected that
impregnable on the defense all sea- Coach Wilce will open up a wide run-
son, and has also been largely re- ning attack, and depend upon this for1
sponsible for the large holes opened advancing the bal . The teams are
in the line when on the offense. Hess almost evenly balanced in the line,

and will be forced to hold the over-
head attack as a constant threat.
Ohio must defeat the Wolverines in
order to enter the battle with Illinois
next Saturday as a contender for the
Big Ten title. The team has been
driven to the limit all week in an at-
tempt to get thelmen in the best pos-
sible condition for the game.
Coach Wilce is well acquainted with
the Yost system of plays, and realizes
that the Michigan team will put up a
hard struggle, although they enter the
game slightly the underdog.


Senior and sophomore speedball
teams will meet Alonday to decide the
championship of the College of Litera-
ture, Science and the Arts. The
junior engineers will play the fresh-
men engineers next Tuesday to decide
the title of their college. The team
representing the College of Medicine
has already won the professional
league championship.
LAFAYETTE - Purdue's gridiron
victory over Chicago recently was
particularly pleasing to Purdue fol-
lowers, since such an occurence is
not common in football history.

Brown's rugged cast having con-
-quered Yale and Dartmouth in a
march that has placed the unbeaten
Providence team around the top of
the Eastern heap, expects to take
Harvard's measure. i If the Crimson
applies its full forces, with the Yale
game only a week off, it figures to
give Brown their stiffest test.
P.HILADELPHIA - Promoter Tex
Rickard paid $5,290 for printing tick-
ets for the Tunney-Dempsey cham-
pionship bout at the , Philadelphia
sesqui-pentennial stadium a month

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EASTON, Pa.-Michael A. Miller of
Allentown has been appointed coach
of the Lafayette college basketball

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