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THE MICHIGAN DAILY.

WENESDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1926

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[Irn T TI[ T LEHNG
INBALANCE SATURDAY
'Undefeated Tenms In 1926 Battle For
National honors Will 3eet
Strong Opponents
HARVARD TO PLAY YALE
All the disquietude and wonder con-
cerning the finish of the race for the
Conference football championship of
1926 will be settled Saturday, when ;
Big Ten teams meet in the last regu-
lar game on the schedule.
Judging from the upsets throughout
the year, many possibilities are openI
before the final, verdict can be made.1
Michigan and Nbrthwestern, the lead-
ing contenders for titular honors at
the present time, must each win their.
final game in order to finish at the
top. Should Iowa upset advance pre-
'dictions and down the Wildcats, ori
should the Gophers outscore the Wol-
verines at Minneapolis, the final re-t
cults will be in a grand mixup. In
the event that both teams win there
will be a tie for the Big Ten chain-
pionship.I
Other Conference games Saturdayt
will have no bearing upon the win-i
ner unless the Purple and the Wol-'
verines are upset. Wisconsin jour-
neys to Chicago for the annual game
with the Maroons, and is favored toI
keep Chicago's record of no Big TenI
victories clear. Illinois will neetj
Ohio State, at Champaign in a gamef
which promises to be a real battle.
Purdue and Indiana will play at La-
fayette in the homecoming struggle
for the Boilermakers who have hadt
their most successful season in many
years.

"IRON MEN" OF BROWN FOOTBALL TEAM WHICH IS nil"
APROMINENT CONTENDER FOR NATIONALH5L
I RESERUVE TEM T0DAY
Men In Perfect Condition For Annual
-~ Game of Season To Be Played
This Afternon

FISHER HOPES FOR WIN
Enthusiasm for the annual fresh-
man-reserve football game reached a
high peak yesterday when Coaches
Mather and Fisher announced that
their squads were in perfect shape
and ready for the kick-off.
The freshman mentor gave his line-
jup as follows: center, Bovard; guards,
Flagoe and Kerr; tackles, Hallo and
Walder, ends, Bovard and Roderick.
The backfield will be composed of Mc-
Bride at quarter, Avery and Geistert
or Long at the halves, and Longsbor-
ough or Robbins at full. Either Geis-

HARRIERS NAMED FOR BIG TEN RACE
As a result of the practice cross mont, Tskendarian, Wuerfel, Monroe,
country run held with State Normal l and Rill were the men p~ickediby
college here yesterday, Coach Stephen ternhdbe
Coakch Farrell, after ternhdbe
J. Farrell selected seven harriers to
make the trip to Minnesota tomorrow held. The men made no attempt to
for the annual Conference d4'oss coun- race to the finish but w,ere contelt to
try race, scheduled for Saturday at keep together throughout the nt ira
Minneapolis. distance and finished in 29 minutes,
Captain Briggs, Hornberger, La- 10 seconds without a sprint.
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Members of Brown university's foot-
ball team who attracted national at-
tention and won the title of the 11
"iron men ' by going through two
complete games without a single sub-'
stitution, and have since elevated
Brown to the rank of a leading con-
tender for national gridiron honors by
defeating every opponent that they t
have met.1
The names and positions of the stal-
warts from left to right are: Back
row-Cornsweet, f.b, Mishel, r.h.,
Lawrence, I.h., Randall, q.b.; FrontI
row. Towle, r.e., Hodge, r.t., Smith, r.1
8., Considine, c., Farber, I.g., Kevork-
ian, I.t., and Capt. Broda, I.e.
Brown holds impressive victories
over seven opponents at the present
time and has two games yet to play.
The Bruins have defeated Rhode Is-
land, Colby, Lehigh, Bates. Yale, Dart-:
mouth, and Harvard, and have yet to

meet New ll mpshirc Statc anl Col- serious threat between Brown and an tert or Long will do the kicking f
gate. unblemished recorl the freshmen, and the former is e3
I pected to take care of the passing.
Combining a powerful defense with Coach McLaughry's eleven embraces Coach Fisher was not so positive
m excellent running ani passing at- a fine array of football talent and toh lie but ntimate
n ixeln unn n asn t Captain Broda, end, and Randall and to his line-up, but intimated th,
tack, Brovn has run rongh-shod over aptishell ra d Schanz or Peet will be at center, Har
some of the strongstteams in the standing ability. Brodayers oneo outhe mond, Schoerr or Kountz at tl
East, and should she complete her best defensive ends in the East and guards, Dickey, Williams or Denbi;
schedule without a defeat, will have a ker at tackle, and Totzke, O'TooI
continually breaks through the oppon- Adse n unnhma h n
strong claim for the national title.'Ats forward wall to hurry passes or hdussey and Cunningham at the en
The defensive power of the team is' stop enemy backs in their tracks. He The reserve backfield will be con
proved by the fact that only 14 pointis a deadly tackler and covers punts ed of Dahlem or Stevenson
have been scored against it this sea-jqwith unusual speed uarter, Titus, Miethe, Ioas, and Va
son, whip the speedy Brown backs! Mishel and Randall compare favor- dry at the halves, and Gembus at ful
have rolled up more than 100 count- ably with and pai of halfbacks on back. Gembis will do all the kickin
ersywthadpiro.afbcso for the reserves and is expectedt
ers 2 eastern teams, and are responsible for distance the yearling ooter.
The 21-0 defeat of Harvard last Brown's powerful offensive. Mishel Cach Fhe y saoing 6 that
Saturday was merely anothlr one of does iost of the passing for the teoach Fisher is hoping i that h
the upsets that the Bruins have been Bruins and is a brilliant open field team will score their first victory ov
causing among their eastern oppon- Ernner, Randall, his running mate is the first year men since the annu
ents, Yale, Dartmouth, and Lehigh also a capable ball carrier and shines 'game was established.
have all traveled the same route to! as a receiver of Mishel's forward pass-
defeat. Colgate alone remains as a es. Subscribe for The Michigan Daily.

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Brown Still Undefeated
Brown, undefeated so far this year,
is scheduled to entertain New Hamp-
'shire State at Providence and shouldl
win easily. On Thanksgiving day
Brown will be forced to its last real
test of the season, in the meeting
with Colgate. Navy and Pennsylvania,
'undefeated in eastern competitioi,
will have a day off, while Harvard i
and Yale are scheduled to fight it
out for the second place in the Big
Three standing.
Last week the Notre Dame aggre-
gation managed to keep its slate clear
in the Army game, and will meet
Drake Saturday, at Cartier field,
South Bend, in the homecoming bat-
tle. After this game, Notre Dame is
due two severe tests, first on Nov. 27
in a struggle with Carnegie at Pitts-
burgh, and on Dec. 4 in a meeting with
Southern California at Los Angeles.
Although the California suffered a de-
feat by Stanford, it is still rated as a
powerful team, and may stop the
Rocknemen on their ride to a national
championship, if boi Drake and Car-
negie fail in the attempt.
Nebraska to Battle New York
In the Missouri valley, Nebraska is
slated for an intersectional combatI
,with New York university at Lincoln.
Advance predictions for this game
hinge upon the threatened suspension
of John "Jug" Brown, Husker half-
back, and one of the most consistent
ground gainers 'n the West, who was
arrested with charges of gambling and
may be expelled from the university.
Nebraska, which defeated the Kansas
Aggie 3-0 last Saturday, is always
strong at the close of the season.
On the Pacific coast, the traditional
rivalry between Stanford and Cali-
fornia will be carried on at Berkeley.
Although Stanford practically had the
coast championship won and the
Golden Bears are definitely out of the
race, the game is expected to attract
a capacity crowd. Idaho will try to
earn a victory over theaSouthern Cali-
fornia team, at Los Angeles while Ore-
gon and Oregon Aggies will meet in
another important game.
Alabama, ahost assured of its
third successive southern champion-
ship, will not play Saturday, but will
close the season in a battle with
Georgia on Thanksgiving day at
Georgia.
PINEHURST, N. C.- The seventh
annual mid-south amateur-profession-
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here Wednesday and Thursday, with
a field containing many of the finest
golfers in the United States.
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PLAN FRESHMAN
SPORT TOURNEYS
Extensive plans are being formulat-
ed by the intramural department for
holding a series of athletic tourna-
ments between the various freshman.
groups being sponsored by the Union
Underclass committee. To add inter-
est to this new form of intramural
athletics, each of the 10 teams willI
probably be given the name of one of
the Big Ten schools.'
Four different sports will comprise
the list of events in which the fresh-
man will participate. Basketball will
be the first of these and will begin as
soon as the teams have been organiz-
ed, swimming, track, and baseball will;
comprise the remainder of the list.
Medals will be awarded to the mem-
berstof the winniirg team in each
sport.
Harry L. Samuel, of the intramural
department spoke to three of the
freshman bodies last night at theirj
respective meetings and explained the
proposed plan in detail. It is 'expect-
ed that these tournaments will afford
a means of pleasant recreation.

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NEW YORK, Nov. 16.-Suspending

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England and Fidel La Barba of Calii-
ornia, the defending title holder.
Endorsement of Clarke as an out-1
standing contender by Peg Bettison,l
president of the National Sporting
club of London, brought about a
last week declined to sanction the bout
last week decline dto sanction the boutI
at Tex Rickard's request. Acting im-
mediately under the board's appioval,
the Madison Square Garden promoter)
fixed Jan. 21 for the contest.s
Rickard had less success on another F
advocation to promotea heavyweight
battle between Paul Berlenbach,
erstwhile light heavyweight champ-
ion and Jack Sharkey of Boston, the
board deferring action to obtain addi-
tional information.

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