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Jloosler And Purple Football Coaches
BeastV Equal Uecord in TWo
Year (Grd Rivalry.
(Special to The Daily)
BOOM INGTON, Ind., Nov. 7.-Coach
Pat Page will start his gridlmen on a
big program this afternoon, that of
trying defensive formations which will
stop Captain Gustafson, Tiny Lewis,
and Walt' Holmer, Northwestern's'
brilliant ball carriers. It's a big job
butPat has the determination with
which to do it.
There will be no holding back Pur-
due the following week. Coach Page
stated today that he was centering
everything toward Northwestern and
Purdue would have to wait until next
Monday before preparations started
for the traditional Hoosier gridiron
Six New Men To Face Wildcats
Pat has five of the men left who
faced Northwestern last year. They
are Hull, tackle; Harrell, halfback;
Bennett, halfback; Randolph, center;
and Matthew, guard. They will be ac-'
quainted with the Wildcat attack to
some extent but the other six Hoos-
iers will be meeting Northwestern for
the first time.
"Dick" Hanley, Northwestern's new
coach, is not a new opponent to Pat
Page. The Indiana mentor has sent
teams against Hanley's elevens on
two occasions when Hanley was pi-
loting the Haskell Indians. Pat won
one game, 19 to 13, but lost the other
in the last seconds of play, 13 to
Hanley uses the Warner syatem of
coaching and has ,met wth som'e
success with it. Page is a protege of
Alonzo Stagg, although Pat has built
up a system of his own since leaj-
ing the Maroon camp. The Hoosier
mentor has drifted into using the
forward pass more than he ever did
before and using more of an open
style of play, alternating with the
closed style in vogue now and then.
(Continued from Page Six)
the first ten a'gainst the Badgers.
North, who is running 'his first sea-
son of Big Ten competition, appears
to be the most consistent, as well as
the fastest, performer on the Iver-
son-coached sauad at the present
time. He trailed Capt. Zola and Petaja,.
who tied for first in the Minnesota-
Wisconsin meet, to the finish in sec-.
ond position and defeated Captaian
Hnn and the other .Hawkeye vet-
erans in the race with the Iowa team.
Chalgren and Immer, the other vet-
erans from the 1926 team, have been
slow in rounding into condition, but
should add strength to the team as
soon as they are in shape. Coach Iver-
son lost two likely looking sopho-
mores, Strain and Young, through in-
Anderson, Etter and Aker appear to
be the best among the other qopher
runners, with the former the choice
of the trio. Anderson placed fourth
against Wisconsin while Etter and
Aker alsofinished among the first
ten men. Olson, another sophomore,.
also has shown promise, and Wilcoy,
Bassett, ad Gordon may develop into'
capable performers before the sesc'u

New Course Record _ME
When Loren Brown, fleet Michigan IN FEAT RE CONTEST ONEASTERN SCHE
State sophomore cross country star,
flashed across the finish line to win (By Associated Press) tCuchdoWn victory.
first place in the Michigan-Spartan NEW YORK, Nov. 7-Shadows of Dartmouth, which w:i' ieet an an-
dual meet Saturday he bettered the for- the impending clash of Yale and cient rival at Cornell failed against
;Yale to show the might displayed :n
mer varsity course record of 25:59.7 Princeton, mighty elevens of the east, . i'y season contests. Penn YIvania.
by more than 28 seconds. overcast Atlantic gridirons today. heaten three Satu rday°s i 1arow.
The former mark was established Nowhere else in the sector is there sepped over to Harvard Saturday 10
by Harold Phelps, Iowa distance ace, a game next Saturday to challenge 1redeem a bit of lost restige before'
during the Conference championship in color or historic setting yIacing Columbia.
race in 1924. The Iowa ace upset pre- the rivalry Harvard will mece Brown--a mere
dictions by finishing ahead of a large that has come down through the au- hollow-shell of' last season's "Iron'
field of stars, including Wykoff of Ohio tumns of half a century of conflict. Men." Syracuse will resume its an-
State who was considered the favorite Saturday will mark the 52nd meeting cent quarrel with Colgate, the mas-
to win the event, of a series that began when bobbed hive machine of New York University
Brown, who was running the second arcill entertain Penn State.
dual meet of hid cross country career, onbirand mitary mustachios were
easily led the field of 23 runners to ment "TEEApartoffootballcq -TM' RPMAIN
the tape more than 200 yards ahead T ' d ot a r ci ns o h
of Willmarth who finished in second To add to the attractiveness of the UNBEATEN AND UNTIED
place. When the little Green and game, Princeton will have an eleven
White runner finished the gruelling that has sweat unbeaten through op- (Continued from Page Six.)
five mile run pe appeared to be cam- position headed by Cornell and Ohio two captains, Wclch and Amos, of Pitt
paratively fresh and was breathing State. Yale, although downed by Geor-s,
easily. The timers credit Brown with gia, has displayed might in crushing .and Washington and Jefferson re-!
25:31 for the distance. Army and Dartmouth. The attack of spectively could produce a score forl
Although the present Varsity course both teams, swift and sure, is built either team, this although the Presi-
has been slightly altered from that about an outstanding backfield star- dent's were well on their way to a
over which the Big Ten title race was the youthful Ed Wittmer, of Prince-
eld in 1924, Coach Stephen J. Farrell ton and Bruce Caldwell of Yale. 'ouchdownh
expressed the belief that the present The Notre Dame eleven of Knute Illinois remains unbeaten in the
course is just as long, or a little longer Rockne, robber of a possible national Conference; Missouri leads in the
than the one formerly used. title by a tie with Minnesota last Valley; Georgia stands out promin-
Saturday, comes to New York to face tently in the South: while in the East
oin rirf wil -I -ir- i - 1, A-;,,-

Minnesota Pointing
To Michigan Battle'
MINEPOI. ov - A w
from Saturday, MSinnesota will cls
its 1927 season at Ann Arbor, where
IDr. Snear's team will play Michigan
in M~innesota's 19th game with the
Wolverines. It will be the last game
much as the three year schedule ai-
ranged last fail eliminates the an-
nual ~\innesota-Michigan game in
1928, Chicago having been placed Cn
the Goober schedule Isteal.
Minnesota beat Michigan in the

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first two games played between
rival universities, those of 1892
1893, and won again in 1919.
famous game of 103 was a tie

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to G, as everyone in Minnesota who
is 30 years old remembers.
Despite the preponderance of Mich-
igan victories, few of the games have
gone into large scores.j
Michigan has made 265 points to
Minnesota's 118. Michigan has ncver
been held scoreless. Minnesota has
gone without scores in nine of they
18 games.
Minnesota will play before the big-
gest crowd that ever saw a Minnesota
team in action when it goes against
Michigan. The new Michigan stad-
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of 70,000 persons, probably 12,000
more than ever saw a home game in
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