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Ay, NOVEMBER 17, 1926

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE SEVEN.

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(By Associated Press)
BALTIMORE, Nov. 16.--The Ama-
teur Athletic Union put its foot dowrn
on further barnstorming tours by for-
eign athletic stars ini the Uniited
States at least for the period between
now andl the 1928 Olympic games.
Acting on the recommendations of
its foreign relations committee, the
convention of the national sport gov-
erning body rejected plans which
contemplated visits to this country,
this winter by such European stars as
Paavo Nurmi, of Finland, Edwin Wide
of Sweden, and Dr. Otto Peltzer of
Germany. Nurmii had been sought as
an attraction for the Drake Univer-
stiy indoor games at Des Moines, De-
cember 11 and 18 while Wide. Peltzer,
as well as Paul Mfartin of Switzerland
and A. Barathon of France had been
desired as competition for the Mil-
rose A. A. carnival in New oYrk.
Controversies which have grown
out of Nurmi's 1925 visit here and the3
tour earlier in this year of Charley
Hoff, Norwegian polevaulter figuredI
largely in the A. A. U. decision to re-
move possible comercialismn in con-
nection of future visits of such stars.
The convention also barred all pro-
posals for competition of American
athletes abroad this year.

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in The Press Building on .Maynard Street.
I CONTRACT RATES
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* Bill cMclt hie
Former manager of the Pittsburgh
Pirates, who was recently released
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World (hanpions. Me~echnie's posi-
tion with the Pirates was his first as
a big league manager. "Donie"
Bush, former Detroit star and man-
ager of the Senators, will succeed
him.

MI GAN
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LO0ST
'LOST-A green S(-heaffer pencil inl
'Natural Science Audhiorium, Iasi
Friday. Reward. Call 3458. 44
LOST-One anyx earring set in silver.
Lost the day of Wisconsinu game.
iCall 5718. 44-45
LOST-A yellow (l( rsktin ,,love, Fri-
clay or Saturday. Call 4147. , :Paul1
Hlirt. 44
LOST -Lower half of large Rider
I M s e F o n a n P n F i d r p e sca l l W in fi e l dl L in e , 5 ;5 29 4 4 - 4 5I
ILOST-Smnall silver footb~all on east
Huron, October twenty-second. Rte--
ward. Call 'University Hospital, 1Dr.
York. 43-44-45
LOST-Ladies' wrist watch on Friday.
R fewavrd. Call 72338, Schwartz, 819j

1 925, FORD ROAI)STER, 5 goodl
cord tires. Motor A-1. Top
good.I
1925 FORTD COUPE, 4 new tires, t
a( bumpers front and rear, up-
liholstering and top like
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1924 :FORD TOURING. This car
jhas had good care and can
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balloon tires, upholstering
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weep-end, and is willing to share
expenses. Call Lyle at 615 7. 44-45
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By Wllton A. Simpson
When Minnesota boldly announced
that the Gophers will have an inter-
esting afternoon in store for Michigan
Saturday at Minneapolis a shudder
ran up and down the smooth fur of
the Wolverine. The threat or promise
that the Gophers are going to. give
Michigan a real battle was accepted
with tacit affirination from all the
Michigan coaches. Coach Yost and
the whole Michigan football squad are
aware that the Gophers are 'twice as
strong as they were at the beginning
of the season, and are making their
plans accordingly.
There isni't a question about:
Minniesota's strength. True,
Michigan gained a brilliant vic-
tory over the Northunien at the
start of the season, 24-0, but to de-
feat thenm aain is an entirely dif-
ferent matter. The Gophers al-
ways develop into a formidable
team before the close of the sea-
son and this year they have prac-
tically doubled their strength.
Minnesoa's scoring power was
manifest in that 81 to 0 victory
over the supposedly strong Butler
eleven. Coach Spears is now
cowjig{bottelc ractice for 'lis backfield Wien in
forward pass defense becaiuse
Butler failed to show anything in
the way of a forward pass at-
tack. One thing is certain, the
Gophers had plenty of practice in
kicking off, and would have had
;ome practiice ini pass defense
if they' would have only let the
Butler team have the ball more
thani once during a quarter.
In the scouting game, Minnesota
had a decided advantage. Last week
the Gophers did not have any plays
which would interest a scout. The
first team practiced crossing the goal
line for a quarter and themi gave way
to the reserve squad. Two weeks ago
the scouts were not able to detect
much because Minnesota had an easy
time with Iowa, defeating the Hlawk-
eyes 41 to 0. On the other hand, the
Minnesota scout had a busy afternoon
recording the plays that Michigan
used against Ohio State at Columbus
Saturday.

line pluinging of "I 'hor, Joestljug.
The MIichiganu line played a great
gauze -.t Ohio in keeping the
jmighty Marty Karow betweeni the
Igoal posts andI it is up to the line
to stop Joesting Saturday and
give the little Brown Jug full
use of the round trip ticket that
Tillotson has bought for it.
Joesting is undoubtedly the mosta
powerful fullback that has been seen
in the Conference for some years. In
the scrimmage with Butler, he made
180 yards in 21 minutes, a remarkable
distance in short order time. In the
seven games Minnesota has played
this year, he has made 843 yards from
scrimmage, or in other words a half
mulle in a season. Last year hie nct-
i ted a gain -of 503 yards in 126 plays,
but was running in low gear because
j of bruises.
Molenda is still suffering fromt
his injured anikle, but will be ablet
jto start against 11iliesot a. .At
Iseems hie has pulled a tendon in I
his anikle, and it ilil take several
weeks before the injury is com.-
pletely healed. Gabel is nursing
ian inj~uredi toe, but rxainler lloyt
says lie will -start. Earlier in the
season lie hurt the big, toe on his
other foot, and !in the Ohio game
lie 111d the maisforturne to injury
the one on his right foot. is M.nI
jury is similar to the oine Herbert
Steger, captain of the 19251 team,I
had, but not quite so severe.
Ray Baer will be ready to play
against Minnesota in spite of the fact
that he is parading the campus with
his left shoulder in a support. Baer's
shoulder has been bothering him all
season, but Hoyt believes that it needs
a little rest to put ins shape for the;
hard battle that is in store at Mini-
neapolis.
The, Varsity wvas drilled ini Miii-
nesota plays again yesterday, the
line gettinig special attention in
an attemipt that break up the fa-
mious 11inn1esota shift which hlasI
played such havoc with the G~oph-
er opponents during' the last few
weeks. Wieman mtade a great Ha1-
provenieut with the line, as wv asf
shown !it the Ohio game, and is
workinig diligently to build a for-
ward wall thiat will keep) Joesling
on his own side of the line of
scrimmage.

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These Blankets are an
exceptional value at
$5.00O

FOR SALE-Tuxedo, size 38. 1Phone
211:5. 41-45-46
FOR SALE-Two good tickets for
Mich.-Minn. game. Dial' 7027 after
7 p.m. 44-451
FOR S ALE--Slightly used suit a-nd
overcoat. Cheap. See "fluke," 2131
S. Thayer. Dial 5156. 4<4
SU. OF. M. HAND PAINTED LIKES--
j$5. University Music House.
43-45-4t
FOR SALE-$65.00 Tuxedo with vest.
Size 36. Will sell for $25.00. Phone
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FOR SALE-Wonderful opportunity to
purchase a Life Membership in aj
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.Bargain. 43-45-47
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Michigan Daily. 43-44-45
WANTED TO BUY--Few good 'used
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To see best of 5a lines clothing .drop
card to 1103 E. Washingtonl. Phone
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NOTICE-New dance music with
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Schaelberle & Sonl Music Ilouse, 110,
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