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THE MICHIGAN DAILY ATUDAff 0(

NILDCATS AND ILLI'NI
3ATTLE AT EVANSTON
tenew Football Relations After Lapse
of Four Years in One of Most
Important Contests
ILLINOIS BOASTS EDE
(Special to The Daily(
EVANSTON, Ill., Oct. 21.--North-
restern and Illinois resume football.
elations here Saturday after a lapse
f four years in what gives promise
E being one of the outstanding foot-
all contests of thie day. Neither
am has been defeated in the con-;
rence race this year and this alone
ill serve to spur both elevens to
ie utmost.,
While Northwestern fans are Jubi-+
nt over the success of their team
i the Ohio engagement, they fullyo
alize the strength which Coachx
uppke and his Illini will bring to"
vanston. Coach Hanley has the ut-
ost respect fo'r the football genius
the famous Illini mentor and fort
iat reason has been impressing upon
s men the need of getting down to
isiness in preparation for the game.
Illinois, benefiting from a long list
' victories over the Purple, will havef
adition in its favor Saturday. Thes
lini is also expected to be keyed
ghly for the game as a result of
te close scare they received from
mes last Saturday. On the other.
Lnd, Coach Hanley has found diffi-
tilty in getting his men to take thej
me with the right amount of seri-

Buckeyes Outweigh,
Michigan Backfield
And Forward Wall

Coach Jack Wilce, veeran Buckey
grid mentor, will send a team on th
field in the Wolverine bowl this after

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noon that will boast a noticeable edge
over the cohorts of Tad Wieman both
in respect to weight and experience.
A survey of the Ohio State organiza-
tion indicates that the invaders will
out-weigh the Wolverines, man to
man, both in the backfield and on the
line, with the advantage being consid-
erably greater with respect to the
backfield.
The Scarlet and Grey backfield will
average 171 pounds, while the start-
ing combination for Michigan falls
seven pounds per man below this av-
erage, the Wolverine pony backs av-
eraging only 164 pounds.
The weight advantage of the Buck-
eye forward wall, however, is notice-
ably less than that of the backfield.
The Wilce coached line tips the scales
for an average of 186 pounds, while
the Wolverines three pounds less per
man. Leo Raskowski, star tackle of
the Ohio team, is the heaviest player
in either starting lineup, weighing 212
pounds:
The Wilcemen will also have an
edge on the Maize and Blue team in
experience, nearly every one of the
starting players being veterans of one
or two years experience. The possible
exceptions lie in the Buckeye back-
field, if Wilce starts Marek, Grim, Eby
and Cory, the latter is the only man
playing his first year of Conference
football.
The invader's forward wall is large-
ly composed of two year veterans as
Captain Meyer, Robin Bell, Jack Ull-
ery, Leo Uridel, and Bob Rowan are
all two letter men, while Raskowski
and Young have each played one sea-
son.
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COMPETITION OF NEW MICHIGAN STADIUM MARKED
EPOC IN HISTORY OF ATHLETICS IN UNIVERSITY
(Continued from Page Eleven) which they vanish after the whistle has stadium, which will be inculcated in
will hold 240 working men with desk blown for the half. the future, are two electric score
Nest side of the bowl. The press box The outside entrance to the club boards, one at each end of the field.
space. Besides this there are three rooms is directly from the East plaza, It is tentatively planned to purchase
radio booths, two private telephone part way up the hill, into which the two of these boards to be operated
booths and wash room. The desks stadium is sunk. The entrance to the
are equipped with floor plugs, to which arena is through a long tunnel th automatically by electricity as soon
heaters or lights may be attached. emerges at the 50-yard line. The as the manufacturers develop them
The playing field is grassed entirely Michigan team has quarters on one sufficiently to be able to guarantee
to the parapet wall. No one but the side of the tunnel, with showers, them. They are in the eperimental
players and officials will be allowed clothes hangers, rubbing tables, and
on the playing field during a game. benches. The visitors have duplicate stage at present and will cost approx-
Substitutes will occupy seats in the quarters on the other side. The rooms imately $15,000. In addition to this
stands. The Michigan stadium is the are warm and cozy so that teams can a huge electric loud speaker will be
only one ever built for the expressed relax and rest in comfort. purchased later on.
purpose of holding footbali games. The heat for the club rooms is sup--
Goal posts are located 19 feet from plied by gas fired boilers which send TORONTO-The Toronto University
the front box seats on the norta and steam into radiators. Air drawn from soccer team defeated Penn. State, 3
south sides. the outside is forced by motor iriven to 0.
Beneath the east stands are the club fans through the radiators and into
rooms from which rival squads mys- the rooms, maintaining rapid and even BOSTON-Nearly two hundred men
teriously appear in the tense moments air circulation. are out for the crews of Mass. Inst.
before the start of the game and into Added features to Michigan's huge of Technology.

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Illinois
Grange
Gordon
Muegge
Reitsch
Crane
Nowack
Wolgast
Mills
Timm
French
Humbert'

maa- waiter Smewart
pitcher for the St. Louis Browns,
acutely ill with appendicitis.

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BLOOMINGTON - Dave Bancroft
shortstop, of the Boston Braves will
be with Brooklyn next year.

FORTY

YEARS SERVICE

TO MICHIGAN

STUDENTS

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W E pause at this time to congratulate Coach
Fielding Yost, the Michigan Athletic
Association and all directly responsible for Mich-
igan's New Million Dollar Stadium which nobly
represents clean athletic sportsmanship.
tFAIRNESS, squareness, hard work and team
co-operation have been the keynote of suc-
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M ACK & CO. have always endeavored to
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relations with its customers -to the end that we
both may profit mutually. Fairness of price and
squareness in all transactions have been charac-
teristics of this house that has served the people
of Ann Arbor for three generations.
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Q. B.-Top Coat, unusually long..
F. B.-Stadium Overcoats.

$29.75

L. H.-The Michigan Model Suits.
R. H.-New Collegiate Tuxedo

34.75
40.00
40.00

L. E.-Slicker Lined Corduroy Coat. 8.00
L. T.-Fish Brand Slicker...... 7.00

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L. G.-Adler Gloves.
C. -New Small Shaped Hats

3.50
5.00

R. G.-New Fall Ties,..$1 to 2.00

R. T.-Gordon Leather Jackets

13.S

R. E.-New Wool Socks . . 75c to 2.00

We are the only tailors in Ann Arbor in the
ready to wear business, and can give you
better clothes in quality and fitting, yet our
prices are lower.

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