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EAST TOEND SEASQNi
Lafayette Has Little To Fear From
Lehigh; N. Y. V. Faces Strong
Nebraska Warriors
VALE TO MEET HARVARD
(By Associated Press)
NEW YORK, N. Y., Nov. 15.-Two
of the East's four unbeaten and untiec
college football teams will strike their
final blows on the gridiron next Sat-
urday, one with prospects of an easy
triumph over a foe of long standing,I
the other with a drive into the West
for its first intersectional battle on,
foreign grounds.
Lafayette, victor in its fifth straightl
game apparently has little to fearI
from Lehigl, although the embattled
Bethlehem, Pa., warriors finally
emerged from their long losing streak{
last Saturday, but the Nebraska Corn-
huskers loom as a formidable threat
to New York university's unblemished
record. Critics pointed to the N. Y.
U. front row as one of the most power-t
ful in the country. -t
A light schedule of games, toppedt
by Yale's annual struggle against Har-
vard at New Haven, will offer only
minor opposition for other leaders in
the fight for Eastern supremacy.
Brown and Navy cherish unbeaten and
untied records Lafayette and N. Y. U.,
booked for comparatively easy games,
the Middies having scheduled Loyola
as a tune up tilt for the Army strug-
gle one week hence. The Bruins like-
wise accept a scrimmage with New
Hampshire largely as a preparatory
,ontest for their farewell battle on
Thanksgiving day against Colgate.
Holy Cross, Army, Boston College,
and Syracuse also have light opposi-
tion, meeting Boston University, Ur-
sinus, Pittsburgh and Niagara re-
spectively.
; Eight major elevens will rest on the
result of important games on Thanks-
giving day. Pennsylvania and Cor-
nell, Pittsburgh and Penn State, West
Virginia and Washington and Jeffer-
son who meet in hardy conflicts on
the holiday, will be idle on Saturday.
Notre Dame has not been defeatedt
in a home football game for 20 years.
Since the war only five losses have
been chalked up against them alto-
gether.
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DEFEATS IOWA

'Swimmers To MeetNOMLTAMES
At Union Tomorrowur r
Interfraternity swimming and water dfE S °[,
polo will begin tomorrow in the Union -
pool with both of these events to be Cross-country men will begin their
run off during the afternoon, but as j last week of intensive training for
separate events. the Conference meet Saturday at Min-
Pairings will be posted on the in- neapolis, when they engage the Mich-
tramural bulletin board and team igan Normal harriers, state chain-
managers will #be notified before each pions, in a practice run over the five
meet by the Intramural office. After mile course today.
tomorrow three dual meets will be The race this afternoon will be used
held every Monday, Wednesday, and to determine which of Coach Farrell's
Friday afternoon beginning at 4:30. men will make the trip Thursday for
Competition will be held strictly on the meet, and it is expected that
an elimination basis in both the swim- ( either six or seven men will be so-
ming -nd the water polo, and the lected.
winning team in each of these events Thus far, Captain Briggs, Hornber-
will be awarded'a silver loving cup ger, Wuerfel, Iskendarian, Lamont,
by the Intramural department as well and Monroe, have shown up best but
as 75 points on the fraternity activities 1Hill, Winslow, Aubrey, and O'Brien
chart. have all kept in the running, and
promise to put up a good fight before
IOWA CITY.-Ninety-three fresh- the selections are made.
man donned suits and reported to
Coach Rollie Williams in the initial Coach Bo McMillen's Geneva college
basketball practice of the season re- football team may meet Loyola univer-
cently. sity in a post-season contest.

Gene Rose
Halfback of the University of Wis-
consin eleven who played a conspicu-
ous part in the Badgers' 20 to 10 vic-
tory over Iowa at Madison last Sat-
urday. Rose's passing was directly
responsible for the three touchdowns
registered by his team against the
Hawkeyes. Out of 10 passes, three
resulted directly into touchdowns,
five were completed for long gains,
and only two were incomplete.
FRESHMAN BASKETBALL
All candidates for the fresh-
man basketball squad will re-
port for practice in Waterman
gymnasium this week. Men
whose names begin with the let-
ters A-M will report at 7 o'clock
Monday night while the others
will start practice Tuesday even-
ing. Each man will bring his
own equipment when he reports
at the gymnasium.j
Division of the first year
squad has been made necessary
by the large number of men re-
porting and lack of adequate
facilities for handling so many
men, thus giving everyone a fair
opportunity.
Coach Ray Fisher.
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