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Renewal Of Former
Rivalry To Feature
Eastern Grid Games
WOLVERINE END . .
Page's Indiana Team.Awaits Invasion Of
Rockne's Powerfu-,Notre Dame Eleven
(Special to tie Daily)
BLOOMINGTON, Ind., Oct. 19-Inii- JDame a good game. The Rockne elev-
In Ur ILLI
ey Turns Attention To Correcting!
ifensive and Defensive Faults
Uncovered in Ohio Game
KPECT RECORD CROWD
(Special to The Daily)
ANSTON, Oct. 19.--Unqualified
ect for the ability of Coach Bob
ke is predominant in the North-
ern grid camp as Coach Dick
ey prepares his athletes for. Sat-
y's engagement. The Purple
or regards Coach Zuppke as one
ie outstanding grid coaches in
country and for that reason is
ng nothing undone to get his
;es in readiness for the forthcom-
e Purple coaching staff -regards
ame with the Illini as much more
ult than the Ohio encounter.
are well aware of Coach
ke's large bag of tricks and know
he will have the bag wide open
'day. The tie game which the
played with Ames last Saturday
pected to serve as an added im-
for the visitors. .Meanwhile ac-
in the Purple camp continues
Will Start Regular Lineup
ch the same lineup as started
)hio game will open the Illinois
at. The Wildcat regulars went
ig way towards redeeming them-
s following the Utah game. The
an backfield compgped of Capt.
afson and Holmer at halfs, Levi-
at quarter and Lewis at full are
cted to start the game.
dy Schuler and Arnold "Kit"
tens will be seen at tackle, while
and Hazen may start at guard.
rson and Schneider, two sopho-
s, will also work at guard dur-
the afternoon. Waldo Fisher,
'an end, will undoubtedly start,
e either Johnsos or Kent will be
e other flank.
(By Assoiated Press)
NEW YORK, Oct., 19-The renewal
of football hostilities between Prince-
ton and Cornell after a 20-year lapse
is holding a good share of the east's
attention this week. These old rivals
who last met at Ithaca in 1907, will
play Saturday before a packed Cor-
The Yale-Army game at New Havn
will find Tad Jones' team struggling
to erase the 33-0 humiliation it suf-
fered last year at the hands of the
Cadets. A fine individual battle be-1
ween two star backs, Harry Wilson
of Army and Bruce Caldwell of Yale,
is in prospect. It will be Wilson's
fourth game against Yale in four
A greatly improved Harvard eleven
will pit its strength against,.a Dart-
mouth team that has shown a fast
running attack and a good overhead
Syracuse, one of the surprise teams
of the east, will try to uphold its per-
fect record of never being scored on
by Penn. Stalte. Another individual
battle promises to feature the meet-
ing between Lafayette and Washing-
ton and Jefferson. Navy tears into
Duke university, conqueror of Boston
College. Penn, minus some of its back-
field regulars. and Utz, a guard, has
a dismal road ahead that leads to
Chicago. Pittsburgh, who shares with
Princeton the honor of being the only
team of major importance in the east
yet to be scored upon, stacks up
against Carnegie Tech.
Colgate is prepared for the assault
from little Wabash College of Indiana,
while Georgetown meets West Virgin-
ia at Washington. New York Univer-
sity's Violets are set for the annual
battle with Rutgers.
NEW CONFERENCE NEEDED
AVERS JABEZ MACINTOSH
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only be .a member on certain years-
when the automobile" industry was at
a low ebb and all the factory workers
were playing as day laborers on the
But there is no further room, so the
discussion of the Gary (Indiana) high
school team will have to wait for the
next article, together with plans for
drawing Harvard and Purdue togeth-
er in an intercollegiate tiddlewinks
stars are returning to Williams' team
in preparation for next Saturday's
game with Columbia.
ana University will be out to excell
Notre Dame in the kicking department
Saturday here in Memorial Stadium.
Coach Pat Page of the Hoosiers has
prided himself in the booters of the
pigskin he has developed in recent
W. R. Stephenson, of Macon, Miss..
who out-punted the Irish booters last
year at South Bend may do the kick-
ing for the Hoosiers. Stephenson is
tall and his right foot is full of dyna-
mite when it comes to getting dis-
vance. Paul Harrell, of Indianapolis,
who did the brilliant kicking against
Minnesota in the 14 to 14 tie game
here last week, may not be able to
compete, due to an injured neck.
Coach Pat Page has instructed the
trainers to give Hanrells' injury the
best of treatment in an effort to have
him in readiness. Paul Balay, of In-
dianapolis, is another man Coach Page
may choose to do some of the kicking.
Balay was responsible for the "vic-
tory" over Minnesota when he placed
two beautiful place kicks between the
uprights for the extra points.
Notre Dame will well remember the
kicking tactics of Pagle's outfits in re-
cent years. It was at S'outh Bend
where Hal Griggs, under Page, esta'b-
lished a wonderful kick-off record by
sending six clear over the end line.
Coach Page expects to give Notre
ens, there are three of them of about
the same calibre, won over the Navy
last Saturday, 19 to 6, when Flanagan
displayed the same brilliancy he show-
ed last year. Christy is an all Ameri-
can backfield ace and will bear watch-
ing in the Hoosier gridiron classic
A total of twenty-two men were
used against the Gophers. Of this
number several will not be able to
get back in good condition. Hull in-
jured his wrist again. He is the only
veteran in the forward wall and is
the tackle Page depended upon to stop
Christy Flanagan, Notre Dame's all-
American star. Flanagan is the Irish
backfield ace who spelled defeat for
the Navy last Saturday.
According to advance reports the
Notre Dame team will weigh about the
same as the Minnesota eleven. That
means Indiana will be out-weighed 15
pounds to the man.
Pat Page's men will again enter
the game as underdogs but will go
in with the same ambition and de-
termination which stopped all-Ameri-
can Herb Joesting and left Minnesota
smarting under a 14-14 tie.
Tickets will be available at the gate,
if applications have not already been
made. A stadium crowded to capacity,
with the possible necessity of tempor-
ary bleachers, is in prospect.
F[OUR BIG TEK TEAMSc
PLAN HARRIER MEET'
Four conference schools, Wisconsn,
Indiana, Northwestern, and Chicago.
will open the Conference cross coun-
try dual meet season Saturday by
staging a quadrangular meet at Chi-
cago. Wisconsin's harriers started
their season early this year, defeat-
ing Kansas last Saturday at Lawrence,
Coach Jones of the Cardinal team
has an excellent array of veterans
from last year's team and hopes to
mould a team that will be a strong
contender for the Big Ten title. In
addition to Captain Zola, the Badger
squad includes Petaja and Bullamore
veterans from the 1926 outfit. Fink,
Burgess, Steenis, Schroeder, McLeod,
Campbell and Egger are the most pro-
mising new men.
Northwestern also has a large cross
country squad this season which in-
cludes four veterans from last year's
aggregation. Captain Orchard:appears
to be the most capable performer on
the squad although Moring, Johnson,
and Gorby are expected to prove capa-
Comparatively little is known con-
cerning the strength of the Indiana
and Chicago harriers this year as
neither team has engaged in any trial
meets up until the present time.
Promising sophomore end candidate
who reecived a spinal injury late in
the Wisconsin game Saturday which
will probably keep him out of Satur-
day's contest with Ohio State. Fol-
lowing his return from Madison Tay-
lor was taken to a hosiptal where his
injury is being tt eated.
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kets Are Sold Out .
st crowd to ever witness
;ame in Evanston will be
s Saturday. Every ticket
re was sold a week age,
nds of fans have endeav-
cain the popular paste-
ousands of Illinois students and
ni will be in the stands. A large
on of the east stands has been
ved' for the visitors. The Illi-
band will' be present and will
make the occasion one of the
andirg football contests of the
W HAiVEN Conn.-Yale has 24
ozt practicing for_ the. fall re-
NEW HAVEN, Conn.-The Army
and 'ale engage in their annual foot-
ball game this Saturday.
We are, tailors and buy good clothes
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the matter of a suit for
fall or for winter is one
which should not be de-
our stock of finished and
unfinished worsteds in
the conservative shades
of gray and brown has
never been better 4
we invite your
tion at your early con-
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Single, $1.50; double, $2. Private
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N'OTI CE S.
NOTICE-Wo deliver between the
hours of 9:30 and 11 :30 p in. Prompt
Delivery. Barbecue Inn. Phone 441.
KOLLAUF CUSTOM TAILOR-Ex-
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and workrooms, 1151% So. Main St.,
over Walk-Over Shoe Store.
THE HEIDELBERG-807 E. Washing-
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FOR SAIE DRUMS, Trapdrums com.
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Call Atwood, 9243, after 8 p. m.
FOR RENT-Warm room; rent double
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FOR RENT-Double room, cheaply,
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after 7 p. m. 27
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25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30
FOR RENT- Furnished two-room
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25, 26, 27
WANTED-Men to sell Arm bands at
0. S. U. game. Phone 9568. 27
WANTED-O. S. U. ticket. Cll Van
Nest, 21172. 27
SALESLADIES wanted; must be ex-
perienced in ladies ready to wear
dept. None other need apply. To
work all or part time. Good wages,
steady employment. The Fair Store,
200 N. Main.
22, 23, 24, 25; 26, 27, 28, 29
WANTED- Students' laundry. Clean,
quick and efficient. Dial 22392. 308
Packard. 25, 26, 27
WANTED-Student girl to take care
of children from 3 to 6. Board. Call
WANTED-Two tickets for 0. S' U.
game. Phone 8621 or 21112. 25, 26, 27
WANTED-Men to sell arm bands,
Saturday; good proposition. Phone
5839. 26, 27, 28
WANTED-Ohio Smote tckets. al
Burton Marks, 6581. 26, 27 ,28
WANTED-Two Chicago tickets. D.
Sloss, 1005 Lincoln. 6381. 26, 27, 28
LOST-Green Schaeffer Fountain Pen,,
with name H. Grabowsky. Phone
8907. 26, 27
WILL the person who took topcoat
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