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November 10, 1927 - Image 7

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SDAY, NOVEivIBER 10, 1927


(4oe 5(1111 t o h L iy) ai
CITA 1lPAlCN, Nov .-MVore thant
10,000 se ats in Mven,rial stadlium pro-
pcer ae still avaih..ble for the Illinois-
Chicago game and1
itll fans are assured
r, locations "o it the
4 f sides of the field,
since it is estimnat-
edl that the attend-l
ance will be ap-
proximately 50,000,
-and no customers
will be reqluried toEi
occupy seats in thet
s o it t ht temporary
stands back (Y. the
goal posts.
Caipt. Reitscli Saturday is Dad's
Center- d °a y a n d 3,000j
fathers of students
are expected to be among the 50,000
fans. Tpickets will be available up to
game time although there has been a1
big demand all week.,
Ca:ptainin leitseiiIs I Sha1pe.
The Illitai camp is cheered by the
fact thbat Ca ptain Pob Reitsch played
the full game against Iowa in brilliant
style after playing only part time
again st Michigan and Northwestern.
While battling the Wildcats and Wol-
verines, Reitsch played with his 01(1d
time all-conference skill, but he (lidL
not remain in these games, longer than
a half.ie will be ready to pit all his
ability 'against the Maroon cap~tainII
andl center, Ken Rouse.
Sterling perform-
ances in the vic-
tory o ve r Iowa
have earned special
attention for P'j'ank
XWa lieryand.[Leroy
Wict :, sophomores, ::^:..
and Cecil Perkins .- I
veteran tackles, as
thev Illiniprae
for the invasion~
of tlh e Chicago
Maroons Saturday.?
Despite the fact:
that the Illini top P erkins
the c o n f e r,e n c e 'I.ickle
they are working
grimily a&I: overconfidence wvill not be
a (danger in their two retraining
games. Zuppke's squad1 is in goodI
ph~lsical trim. Timin, Humbert and
]D'Amnbrosio proved dependable ball'
carriers against the Ilawks and the
forward -wall, well reenforced by re-
serves, again' kept the Ilini goal line
uncrossed. Only two teams havej
scored againist Illinois this season,I
.ames and Northwestern.


In major league baseball, as in any, leag u, into a ('lo s' seond in the (jr'-, e
other business enterpr ise, "the right uit 1rac( last iunimer, has been ( -.\ A '1~
to h1ire means the right to fire" is a awrd the lmsi ion vacat £Iby tufy E ASNNo, 9-(r
thln lc Ihll~. ~, i'inII1ilJA that seems t)to lidlC the vi - t t (IcVlOpmeiits wl(Iein ,nother Counitiy 1tfnish lIC1
I1e 't1 :1
i(ous ball clubs. Alrealdy thr, eam"fli nInrs Will oseli'.ten . ,ab.,11arex colle11ge inl ei:I Xi~ eV
hlave fired oIl0:fi eld generals tanld hir'ed pet 1E"10 o('Ur I1 be )£thl: ell('aU y.)e- jit t t,n i (?±h' iiyvi ta r
nwoefote128bsblseason, lore the cluabs et art lbh(en' annual college, Nwill cm:t ertF'Ia
and "others are expected to chanlge ,10111"IY to Ithe balitv Soiith next oe?- i mingflin ii1he lautma I S tate iii real-
managers before the regular season ir Y. hgiate ehamipionsh its.
of the hot stove league is terminated. 1 Thoutgh no(1veraeity of it. hlas be-1n , Ysilanti Normail hs wonl the ee
With the release of lDave Bancrft I iven by the owners, it lhas been1runt- forr cwo ye rsi iisneC ession.
as leader of the Boston, nationals ,oredl that Ray Sehalk's place at. the K alamlazco 1 . , inner GE ii MA..
several weeksg, t r nnu cmnt h ead of the ,Chicago White (Sox wilil1_.. (iown, i~il weesandotheesi cr11cn
conmes this week that Polb O'Farrel, ;ili ia new 0(A,,iil',i{ hen tihe 12o 192Tanachers'te crdi als ed'seaappgetar to have thest eam
Stuffy McInnis, the boss of the iTbhen thlere is lh- ca'se of Rogers 01.21 o ube ilehv endpsd lonh h a ,elsae o111- e[ ama '/00 : r~ a d Wi't- h~eor 1
from their respective managerial post s iige the New York t.in',; inl 19225 evcr individuial hlioors.
and new pilots appointed inl their a<(e he came to()them-l last year. Sonice Albion, Ailma, 1112 li ?izigan State
pl'aces. lo mnite almouncienlfnt, how.ever, is an- I Reserves, Detroit Coillege of Law,
G'Varrel's post has been given toa ticipa ted soon from John MCxrajw, Grantid Rapids ,iuniaor college aothl-
Bill M eeknie, who led the 1925 lpresent 111acxrei of t he Giants and('I' teams ar e expo ec to enter m1en inl
Pi'rates t oa pennant and world cham- :ho has a lte.'1ately announced~ and t he meet.
pionship. This change seems to be (hled planis of cirieent (luring the Fr"iday afternoon the Varsity teams
favoabl to ll oncenedat t. Luis ';?t to ofrs:atlichigan. State and Norte Dame will
favorable t allbconcenedvat St.eouise milet ooyears
Some believed that 'Farrel's slunm Fhans throughout the2 nation ar'e ateovrtefv ml ore



> .lolsp'vatAe a mi.l bothn is and,
I a , v, 11-Ol ichga Uattak:inAll in
tltOki be loss of (' ,lo.Wck-l
ro hO b keely felt utin Ge1i e'
ai6o ° ul t.hai lons an An Aborn
pi'od-t% l i l Capain'i'Od e fr hi
guralp_ Llo heyearlingeand local
halves, ,and IRansford at full, the Navy;
(" ili (11look iin i ely more in
1;'~v than last seasn(desp~ite the
les c1'Sha ploy and Ti lamilton.
1lannegan is a great field pilot andI
Llovri, wyho with all his 203 lpounds catn
still runt the ''cenutry"' wit hin a. split,-
(I'of 1;he world recordtimtue, nmor'
tha i at ones; for Hamilton and Shapely. oei 1),-idsRafrwhe
th,usts at the Michigan line last, year
netted(1 (onsidlerab~le yardage, it may
be recalled.
Even three stars of this calibre
have been challenged by last year's
"'p ce)s," P'ael', Cliftoni, Welcher, andj
Mb r.Hany'sgreatwork a-alit
W,'t irgina ia Weloyan places himl
about even wt Miller in the race for
thte other halfback post, while Clifton
.nay enter the lineup at fullback.

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DeliEvery. Barbecue 1Inn. .Phne 44 1 .
wa- vingtfacials, etc. 110S. tCi
ver~sity. D~ial 7561l. 4 5,, 57
SPEC'IXIAL .sale thliis welk. il ! en -1
r1l1 coats at very att ra cti.e .!d
serviceale, at only ,l20).Zwr-
hug_ Pa'r Shop. -1
TYIEN'S ra cc<oon coats; very ,~
dutality. Th~is week only, atL >':I .
Zwerdling's Fur Shop.41:
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and1( reasonably. Call 71111) after G1
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in1 privaite family. 31 k. Ann. 44, 451
FOR RZENT-Sevem- room1 house to
private falty;. Address Box 10,
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FO~R SALE ,-Near-ly new blue over-
coat andI suit. Gray suit. Size 56.
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XWANTED-One 1927 liigusin
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1'V 1:\Ti)Fo1'. ticke: tsfor Minne
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45, 46, 47
CallC''.ilnu11, t~i.45, 46, 47
t OST- Sm;l eldi(nugg ,et Pinl. Re-
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LOST---Small Ileathelr loose-leafi note
hoo0k. Rewwam'( in exc ess of Valve to
1 finder. Ch1arles K.. ilunt, 307 Dii-
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ICOST 1--.X intod ring in car 462,
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NW14U. xV1 VFa N t.as a catchier this year had 1)'p m cause~d
by the burdens' falling on a mna(ger's
WVith' the handicap removed O'Fa rcl
should perform next season as int the
1926 Campaign when he was declared
"the most valuable player's in the na-
tional leaguK and l w en tije Cardinals
copped the worldt series from the
Burt Shotton, an unknown quantity!
as managerial talent until lie led the
Syracuse team. of the International

waitiug for a fort loom-,ing annouce-j
int fromi the thng Pirates re-k
gat-(ing Donis lBosh. The piresent
mnanager',-I policies la respect to KIMi
Cuylerln'oughu.; out vociferous pro--
test from 1 the Pittsbur'gh a dherants,!j
andt this might have some weight on,
Bush's poi sibilities of remiaining, at7
the lead of the Pirates.
CHlCAC-O.-- Ban Johnson willM be
presented a bronze testimonial p~laqui I
by Ainerican league umpires.

(By 'ssoc11 (0 lress)
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iMichigamn Stato w; I 11,v e a betf}7 o'-
j ntl th Sp)arati ,stadiium Fiiraafter-
noon was indicate ''d Tues y ith:
retur1011 d i, a('kfl,'(i ofI-ervShtt
big sop;hom~ore, a.,d1te sifting of.
K en Drew from eiO to a bal-tottilg
p fositiolt.


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