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THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEN

TEAM FOR

Veteran Line Star BENNIE'S A R M
Again Reports For
Work After Injury OR ENTI GILBERT'S TOE
Fniverslty and Townspeople Prepare___DRILI'rid CIcate As ast' r
for Homecoming Crowd of o I L ND LPoenn And Colgate Erase East vr
Than 67,000 People,.. Two Grame Admantage
r ~ By Iferbert E. Tedder
SEATS STILL AVAILABLE et erIMPORTANT GAMES REMAIN
( i t aThat Louis Gilbert's kicking and
(Special to the Daily) enie Oosterbaan's passing will Honors are even so far this year
URBANA, Ill., Oct. 25.-While Illi- again be big factors in Michigan's as regards intersectional football
nois football warriors have the prin- plaY when the Wolverines face the games between the East and Middle
cipal roles in the homecoming spec- victory-flushed Illini Saturday was West. Each of these sections has four
tacle, October 29, other acts on the 'aIter clearly indicated in yesterday's victories to its credit against a like
bill are varied and interesting and long drill. number of defeats.
an army of students and townspeople, The place kicking combjnatlon Last Saturday's game evened up the
cast as stage hands and propertyrmen, i f iovard to Roffman to Gilbert's score when Chicago defeated Pennsyl-
are toiling to set the stage before the toe got more than an ordinary vania and Wabash scored an une-
arrva o 5,00 utofton istos, workout. First camne practice at pected victory over Colgate. Previous
rrivae of 5h,000 out of town visitors. d to this the East had an edge of two
To Zuppke and his staff is entrusted t n the range -was lengthen- , games.
the task of whipping the team into, ed and Loue sent some beautIful Army Leads at IWis
shape for the Wolverine invasion. To icks over the bar from the 3 Army leads the East in victories,
the rest of the university and to the yard lhe and better. The goal having won two contests from western
townspeople is delegated the accom- osts being set back, makes these rivals. The Cadets defeated University
- modation and entertainment of the flp eluihvalent of 4 yard kicks. of Detroit by a lone touchdown mar-
homecoming guests and preparations gin, and the following week trounced
auMarquette 21-12.
Ca anare well under way. But this was only part of Louie's Two of the West's losses can be at-
Champaign and Urbania have been daily toe education. With Coach Har-r dt
canvassed for rooms available for ry Kipke as coach and ,opponent, he tributed to Drake. This Iowa school
homecomers and, where requested, staged a duel at punting out of bounds has absorbed two beatings, at the
reservations have been filled. Memn- insidle the 10 yard line from midfield. hands of Navy 35-6, and by Pittsburgh
lbers of student committees will be he did it 32-0. Although winning from Drake,
stdetcomtteywl Kipke showed Gilbert howheddi Navy later lost to Inute Rtockne's
. on hand at railroad stations to give at Ohio's dedication five years ago; Ramblers 19-6. Purdue was respoRns
imformation to visitors. Louie sought to improve on both this ble for the West's other victory when
Streets leading, to the stadium, the and his own great work last Saturday
. ' b ist t greathworkbdlastHSaturday-,
university business district and fra- at the Michigan formal opening. they subdued Harvard 19-0.
ternity and sorority houses will he. Many other East-Middle West foot-
decorated as in other years and the Te result of the duel was ball games remain to be played, so
deco-ated as in otherayears the question of sectional supremacy
carnival atmosphere will be height- bring out what was probably the is by no means decided yet.
cued by the pennants, arm bands and greatest exhibition of punting on Page's Team Faces Crimson
chrysanthemums of the homecoming the Wolverine squad this year, Indiana will meet Harvard next Sat-
athrongs. giving indication that Michigan urday in another attempt to score s
Free parking space for 10,000 auto- wll depend a great deal on a kick- Hoosier state victory ovr the Crim-
mobiles will be provided and cars iag game against the Illini, rely- son, Purdue already havil g tuned the
will be guarded during the game. iug on Gilbert to outpunt Mills trick. Michigan plays Navy Novem-
The usual traffic regulations and pre- and Walker. ber 12 in a "grudge" gare to avenge
cautions will prevail. All the . ap- last year's defeat by the Middles.
proaches to the stadium are paved. Capt. Bennie Oosterbaan, who bears Princeton engages Ohio State No-
The Michigan band will follow the the monicker "Ooster," is certainly vember 5 in an important intersec-
Wolverine athletes to compete with becoming more versatile every day. tional contest, and Notre Dame will
the Illinois band, which will flash Last Saturday his passes were most complete their service team games
new formations for the homecoming accurate and effective; yesterday he when they meet Army in their annual
Ray Baer guests, tried hurling short passes for a encounter November 12.
Star Varsity guard, who was in- A full program of entertainment change, and his accuracy was the The Syracuse gridiron schedule in-
jured in the Ohio game donned a has been prepared beginning with the best yet this season, in fact he made I cludes intersectional battles with both
uniform again yesterday and took a football pep meeting Friday evening almost no bad throws. the Nebraska and Ohio Wesleyan
yestrda an tok ain the new gymnasium.: S'akurday Nbak n hoWsea
general limhbering up workout. Baer's n the=eiorsnill psat y televens, and Nebraska will also en-
shoulder and neck muscles are still morning Speaking of. this all-American counter Pittsburgh and New York uni-
sore and he is wearing several gashes annual hob'o parade. Student stunt end of )Iichigan's, it seems to be versity, two of the strongest unbeaten
shows, campus dramatics, alumni re- a part of his very existence to teams in the ranks of eastern schools.
around his right eye, one of the latter unions and dances will fill the Friday play an unbeatable game against Missouri. and West Virginia will
requiring three stitches to close. and Saturday evening hours. tlhe Buckeyes. Last year against tangle on November 5 at Columbia in
Baer played one of the greatest Ticket sales for the Michigan game Ohio he played what has been the remaining important intersec-
have passed the 50,000 mark, but 15,0 generally recognized as the great- tional battle between eastern and
guards of his life kin his new post at 000 seats are still available. Pt game an end ever played. Sat- western teams.
guard against the Buckeyes and if he l. lay, he was scarcely less bril- -
continues at his present pace should ANNAPOLIS, Md.-Navy's eleven is liant. In fact, a member of the OKLAHOMA CITY-First, money in
be a leader in the Conference. He will being drilled for the approaching Bccliing staff declared " both were the recent Oklahoma City open golf
undoubtedly be in shape for Illinois. game with University of Pennsylvania. (Continued on Page Nine) championship went to Harry Cooper.

(By Associated Press)
NEW YORK, Oct. 25.-A great bant- Iterseclal Contest Will Featuro
tle between two powerful teams with peeii Annua program I1i
an individual contest between Myles N4dc alm
Lane of Dartmouth and Bruce Cald-
well of Yale, star back, is in prospect PIELAN SIFTS LINEUP
for next Saturday at New Haven.
A strong Yale line and an All- (Speia)l to The Daly)
American prospect in the backfield i1l A Y3fTE Im. Oct. 25.-After
will be lined up against one of the an eas workout last night,-hard prac-
east's few undefeated and untied ag- tice. as started today and will con-
gregations. Whereas the Elis were tinu tomorrow by the Purdlue foot-
conquered in an early-season encount- bal squa for the intersectional game
er by Georgia, Dartmouth has romped Saturday afternoOn in the Ross-Ade
through the first half of its schedule stadium with the Montana State
with hardly a deep breath. Many eeven. Tihe game will be a feature
football observers look for Jesse of the annual l)ad's Day program at
Hawley's'Big Green team to launch the universiy, aud a special section
an overhead attack against the Elis. ha been set aside for over a thousand
Dartmouth has been able to show thers of Purdue students who have
more than one star back to date. Altou sigiied hir intention of attending

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