THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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)Ichigan, finnesota; Illinois,
Chicago Still Figure In
Big Ten Title
;YALE LEADS EAST TEAMSI
As a result of Saturday's gridiron
contests the Western Conference foot-
ball race has narrowed down to four
teams, Michigan, Minnesota, Illinois,
and Chicago, and two of this number
Illinois and Minnesota, have been held
to tie scores by Iowa State and India-
Forward passes proved the deciding
factors in the mapority of games play-
ed among the Big Ten teams, as well
as several of the eastern classics.
Northwestern, Ohio State and Indiana
fell before 'the superb aerial offensiv-
Wisconsin Gridders MaBARNARD SP TD ize And Blue Pr
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Fsor M innesota Tiltshow that he must be rat d as one
of the best inesnmen in the We.st. For
Ohio, Raskowski, great tackle, was?
MADISON, Wis., Oct. 23-Suffering the star linesman. Besides playing a
no losses from the slashing battle CHICAGO, Oct., 24-Harry Grabi- fine game otherwise he knifed
with Purdue last Saturday, which re- ner, secretary of the White Sox, be- j through to block an attempted place,
sulted in a 12 to 6 victory for Wi- lieves E. S. Barnard, president of the kick,
consin, the Badgers will settle down Cleveland Indians, will be the sue-
to four days of intensive drill for the cessor to Ban Johnson as president of
Minnesota contest at Minneapolis thisthe American League. , ARCH: They say the Prof.
Minesoa cntet a. Mnnepols tis Grabiner said today that Barnard
i week. appears to be the logical choice of
The Gophers' overwhelming victory the club owners, indicating that the TECH: Tie ought to. He's
in their first game with Iowa has White Sox would support him. The
Tist waite' election, Grabiner said, might not specified Higgins'Colored
done much to set GlennThistlewait be held until the league meeting ins for 20 years.
boys hustling, for everyone in the Dec. 14 either in Chicago or New
Cardinal camp appreciates that Dr. 'York. N art, architecture and
Spears has more power in this year's g i and for
eleven than either Michigan or ur- WILLIAMSTON--The R. P. I. soc- graphs, charts, .mas, etc.,
- cer team defeated Williams recently '
In keeping with predictions, the e featd W.Higgins' Colored Drawing
Boilermakers brought a stronger of-__ Inks are highly recoin-
fense to Camp Randall than did the mended. They're as easy to
Wolverines a week previous. The .use as a writing ink, displac-
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epares For Illinois
The only injury of conse uence wast
suffered by "Dynamite Joe" Gelbis
who was blasting his way through
the Buckeye opposition in fine style
until ife tore the muscles in his shoul-
der. This injury is of such a nature
that it is expected to keep him out Aof
the Lllinois game.
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You're sure to need at least a few
es of Illinois, Michigan and Notre
Illinois' defeat of the Purple was
perhaps the bliggest upset in the
Middle West. Zuppke's team flashed a
well groomed attack that effectively
combined the forward pass withskill-
full running. The Wildcats were
handicapped by the loss of, their ,star
fullback, Tiny Lewis, who had to re-
tire from the struggle early in the
second half with a twisted ankle.
Cardinals Stage Comeback
Wisconsin staged a plucky come-
back to win a hard fought game from
Purdue, 12 to 6, after suffering their
first reverse of the season at the
hands of Michigan the week before.
Minnes~ota showed a reversal of the
form displayed in the Indiana en-
counter and humbled Iowa's eleven,
38 to 0, largely through the efforts
of Capt. Herb Joesting who performed
in the style that gained him all-Amer-
ican honors last year. !
Two Conference teams engaged op-
ponents from outside the ranks of the
Big Ten. Chicago took the measure of
University of Pennsylvania, 13 to 7,
thus avenging a long line of defeats
suffered at the hands of the eastern-
ers, but Indiana experienced the pow-
er of Rockne's strong Notre Dame out-
fit and came out on1 the short en
of a 18 to 6 score . The Hoosiers
started out strong in the first quarter
and scored their single touchdown but
wilted before the Irish attack later in
Yale Whips Army Eleven
In the East the list of unbeaten
teams was appreciably diminished
when a number of the leading elevens
encountered each other. Yale proved
a thorn in the championship path of
the highly vaunted Army eleven and
downed the Soldiers, 10 to 6. Cornell
also met her first reverse of the year
at the hands of Princeton, Columbia
erased WilliaW;s from the undefeated
list, and Lafayette succumbed to the
superior power of Washington and
Jefferson, 14 to 0.
Dartmouth continued along her
undefeated path by trouncing Harvard,
30 to 6, largely because of the Green
team's splendid running and passing
attack. Pittsburg, New York Universi-
ty, Maine, Rochester and George
Washington all defeated their oppon-
ents and thus retained their. standings
in the select class for at least another
.In the south the ilumber of un-
beatens was reduced to three when
Catholic university fell before
Holy Cross, 23 to S. Georgia beat
Auburn, 33 to 3, Georgia Tech downed
North Carolina, 14 to 0, and Tennessee
won from Transylvania.
Haskell and Oberlin Undefeated
Besides the Western Conference
teams that retained their unmarred
records, Haskell and Oberlin succeed-
ed in. averting defeat. Missouri, lead-
ing contender for the championship of
the Missouri valley, however, bowed
unexpectedly before Southern Metho-
dists, 32 to 9.
Among the far western teams,
Washington, Southern California and
California maintained their champion-
shipnpace. California disposed of the
strong Olympic club teaj, 21 to 0,
while .Southern California won from
California Tech, 51 to 0. California
has to meet both Washington and
Southern California this season. ,
Saturday's contests also reduced
the list of teams that have not been
scored upon this season to one, name-
Fame was a ate oI nes, ana in the
forward wall the Badgers had a great
edge over the Phelanites. A dozen or.
more Wisconsin linemen were used'
in the game, and all of them threwI
back the Purdue ball carriers repeat-
Although the Purdue running game
was reiytered almost useless, there
was no discredit to Welch, Harme-
son, Koransky and the injured "Cot- l
ton" Wilcox,a quartette of backs an!
Big Ten coach would welcome into
camp. The Badger line and ends were
on the Big Welch, hero of the Pur-'
due-Harvard game, and stopped the
Texas boy for a net yardage gain
from scrimmage of fifteen yards.
Again Thistlewaite's team showed
a weakness in forward pass defense.
Most all of the Gold and Black first
downs were made over-head, while
the Badger advances resulted from
the running game, for the most part.
Capt. "Toad" Crofoot and Gene Rose
carried the brunt of the attack with
able assistance from both Smith and
Rebholz, who alternated at fullback.
The sophomore, Rebholz, acquitted
himself like a veteran, smashing the
Purple line for some substantial gains
and showing great prowess in defense.
Binishnat tackle, Cameron,at end, and:
Wilson, center, made the 'afternoonI
unpleasant for the invaders on de-
fense. Peirson, lanky wingman was
started at left end and used for his,
punting ability early in the contest
but was replaced by Cameron late in
the opening quarter.
More than 600,000 people saw the
14 leading football games last Sat-I
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Whitney Theatre. Auspices:
TNchigan Theatre League. Thurs-
day, Nov. 17 and 24, December
1. Theatre will be sold by sub-
scription. Seats now at Wahr's
The Mans Shop
alway in good taste and man
gin or boarded af
The Middle Room with
Greenwood and Kilgore
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Special Train Service to
Michigan vs. Illinois
Saturday, October 29th
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