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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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POWERFUL NOTRE DAME TEAM INVADES EAST TO
PLAY NAVY ELEVEN IN FEATURE CONTEST TODAY Tis THIS
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and NyePress) ed on forward passing attacks for the
NEW YORK, Oct. 14.-The Navy Navy in the past and they will un- .EUA Dam , edLOSuf3
and Notre Daimo, meeing at Baltimore, doubtedly make up a large part of: AT 3 P.M.- .CADVER.TISIN G 3 °
will furnish the b g thrill of eastern th in i ff i xl Th

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WANT 2 tickets to Michig an-Ohio
State game. State your location.
Wiie collect. Harry Bowser, 905
New City Trust Bldg., Indianapois,
22, 23

MII)ILE WEST
Michigan at Wisconsin.
Minnesota at Indiana.
Northwestern at Ohio State.
Purdue at Chicago.
Iowa State at Illinois.
Wabash at Iowa.
Pittsburgh at Drake.
Marquette at Oklahoma A. & M.
Kansas Agri. at Kansas.
Grinnell at Nebraska.
Franklyn, at Butler.
EAST
Colgate at Columbia.
Brown at Yale.

Penn State at Pennsylvania.
Georgetown at Syracuse.
Davis Elkins at Army.
Notre Dame at Navy.
Lafayette at W. Virginia.
New York U. at Fordham.
Wash. Jeff, at Carnegie.
Wash-Lee at Princeton.
FAR WEST
California at Oregon.
Washington at Montana.
Univ. of Son. Cah at Stanford
SOUTH
Kentucky at Florida.
Miss. Agri. at Tulane.

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Yale desires to avenge the 7 to 0 contin
defeat it got from Brown last season, play u
Knute Rockne has a strong eleven to star
of three year men to charge against Clifton
the Middies. Bill Ingram has depend- Dame.

vau ng ouensive awel . le
had a long drill yesterday thiat
medt after dunsk., ncessitating
inder arc lights. ingra iplans
it Captain Hannegan,s aer and
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HELP WANTID-Male Student. 2 hrs.
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LARGE CABINET VICTROLA-Per- N d gitt
feet condition, $50. Call S. Johnson W'iANTED--Student girl to talke cafe
8117. 22. 23, 21 of children from 3 to 6. Board. Call
FOR SALE-Victrola, in excellent TICKETS for Ohio State Gaie. Call
condition. A mahogany console TICKETS for O S, G 4, Cl
model. Real bargain. Call 9217. Norqust 451. 23, 24, 25
21, 22,-,

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LOST-Sigma Pi fraternity pin, gold
cross mounted with emerald. "D.
ward. Call 5817. John Knight.
21, 22, 23
LOST-BFlack notebook, Trhursday, at
10 o'clock. looni 203 Economics
Bldg. Call 3'751. WV. F. Sheperd. 23, 24
LOST-A library copy of Cabell's
"Figures of Earth." Will finder
please phone Fred Lindquist, 4531.
23.

IOOSIER-GOPHERS
(Special to The Daily.)
BLOOMINGTON, Ind., Oct. 14.-On
the eve of what appears to be one of
the greatest battles of football sched-
uled at Indiana University in several
seasons, Coach Pat Page declared he
was confident that his men would give
Minnesota a good game tomorrow
afternoon inside Memorial Stadium.
Not only is the contest homecoming
but it is the first of four home games
on the Indiana schedule.
Along with Page's announcement
came one disappointment to the fol-
'lowers of the Hoosiers. Jewett Hull,
of New Albany, eteran guard on the
Crimson, will not be able to start the
game. Coach Page stated that it was
probable that Hull would not be in
the fray at all due to injuries sustain-
ed last week against Chicago.
Minnesota's team of giants arrived
in Bloomington today and went
through a snappy workout in Memor-
ial Stadium. The Gophers appeared
to be much heavier than the Hoosiers
but did not exhibit more speed than
Pat's band of hopefuls. Herb Joesting,
the much talked of fullback and the
man Indiana is bent on stopping ap-
peared to be in great shape.
Probable Lineups.
Indiana Ninnesota
Weaver LE Haycraft
Moss LT Huckleburg
Matthew LG Gibson
Randolph C 1MacKinnon
Ringwalt RG Hanson
Shields RT Gary
Baker RE., Magurski
Harrell QB Almquist
Reinhardt LH Nydahl
Bennett RH 'Barnhart
Balay, Magnabosco FB Joesting

PURDUE-CHICAGO
(Special to The Daily.)
LAFAYETTE, Ind., Oct. 14.-With
Captain Chester Wilcox, halfback, out
of the game, Purdue arrived in Chi-
cago today ready to oppose the Uni-
versity of Chicago eleven in the an-
nual historic engagement on the Mid-
way. Far from overconfident about
the contest the Purdue team will enter
the game in the same grim, determ-
ined fashion that marked its entrance
into the Harvard stadium.
Another casualty was added to the
season's long list Wednesday evennig
when Elmer Sleight, a fins reserve
tackle, was taken to the hospital with
a ruptured blood vessel in his leg. He
will be out for several weeks. The
drill last night closed a hard four
days' period of preparation, for the
Maroon tilt. The Boilermakers have
been thoroughly drilled offensively
and defensively and are ready to play
a great game against Coach Stagg's
team.
A record attendance of 52,000 is pre-
dicted for* the game. An excu rzion
will carry many Purdue rooters, and
the Purdue 'Military Band, as usual,
will present a series of marching
formations before the game and furn-
ish special music between halves.
Probable Lineup.

Purdue
Hutton
Fickman
Prentice
Olson
Hook
Calletch
Mackey
Wilson
Guthrie
Welch
Koransky

LE
LT
LG
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RG
RT
RE
QB
LH
RH
FB

Cihcago
Apitz
Lewis
Wolf
Rouse
Greenebaum
Weislow
,rPreiss
McDonough
Mendenhall
Anderson
Leyers

Yank Star Thrilled
At.Baseball Award
(By Associated Press)
NEW YORK, Oct. 14 - The biggest,
surprise- and likewise the greatest
thrill of a season packed with nerve
tingling moments-came to Columbia
Lou Gehrig when the committee of
eight sports writers round the Amer-
ican league circuit adjudged him the
most valuable player to his team dur-
ing the season of 1927.
Stripped to a mere oreech clout,
the bulging muscles of his broad phy-
sique knotting as he stepped about
assembling the uniforms of the "Lar-
ruping Lous"-for an exhibition game
at Asbury Park, N. J., the husky young,
first baseman of the World Champion
New York Yankees allowed that even
striking out with the bases full and
the score tied in the ninth inning of
the final series game hadn't stunned
him as much as receipt of the covet-
ed player award. Stretching out in
a nearby chair in the clubhouse dress-
ing room, Babe Ruth, teacher, guide
and clubbing mentor of his young
teammate, took his ease in similar at-
tire and joshed the youngster affee-
tionately whenever the opportunity of-
fered.
"Perhaps the greatest thrill of the
honor came from its unexpectedness,"
said Lou. "All through the year I
thought that Babe would get it. I
never even knew that he wasn't eligi-
ble because he won it in 1923.

ANOTHF4'R WOMAN
SWIMS CHANNEL
(By Associated Press)
DOVER, Eng., Oct. 14-The number
of successful English channel swims
was raised to 14 when Mrs. Ivy Gill
of Sheffield landed at Shakespeare
Beach; near here, shortly after -mid-
night this morning, the third woman
to perform the feat in less than a
week.
Mrs. Gill, 24-year-old typist and cn-
ly recently a bride started from Cape
Gris Nez, France, at 9:11 a. m., yes-
terday and landed on the English
coast at 12:20, a. m., today. She waj
exhausted at the finish of the long
grind, and her first words on reach-
ing shore were: "I can't stand."
The manager, trainer and boatman
who accompanied her announced that
they' were ready to sign affidavits as
to the authenticity of the swim.
Her time of 15 hours, 9 mtutes is
1 hour, 59 minutes slower than the
record for women, claimed by Dr.
Dorothy Cochrane Logan (Mona Mc-
Clellan) of 13 hours, 10 minutes, and
is 38 minutes slower than the mark
of 14 hours 31 minutes set by Ger-,
trude Ederle.
Mrs. Gill trained for the feat in
a mill pond at Sheffield, where, she
says, cne stroke is as tiring as six
in salt water. She used a trudgeon
stroke most of the way across the
channel, changing to a breast stroke
for three hours because of rough wa-
ter.

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