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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

11, 1927 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUBSTITUTES NUT TO
START AGAINST NAY
(Continued from Page Six)
set of ball carriers with Puckelwartz,
Domhoff, Hoffman and Fuller would
Phrm a real "pony" backfield with real
speed and dash. Such ' quartet would
average only 160 pounds while a hat-
tering set of Gembis, Rich, Miller and
Gilbert would come nearly to a 175
hound average.
One thing is certain-that the Wol-
verines will not suffer from lack of
plays against Navy. The Michigan
offense has been nursed along all sea-
son until it has now reached the
heights expected of a Maize and Blue
team in its semifinal game.
Straight football of the old line-
driving type has been stressed along
with open play until the Wolverines
present the most varied attack in sev-
eral years. The new rules have been
taken advantage of with especial at-
tention given to the lateral pass to
give added trickery to the already
famous Wolverine craftiness.
Navy's team, according to latest in-
formation, is not to arrive in Ann Ar- -
bor until Saturday morning and will
take its first workout on the turf of
the new stadium just prior to the
game.
WILLIAMSTON. - Dunton Howe,
star Wflliams halfback, was injured
in the Wesleyan game last Saturday.
PARIS.--France is making a bid for
the world's billiard championship in
1928.
NEW YORK.-Jack Dempsey has in-
vested in $150,000 worth of stock in
Madison Square Gardens.
KANSAS CITY.-University of Mis-
souri football team is leading the Mis-
souri Valley conference with three
victories and no defeats.

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Oklahoma Aggies at Arkansas
Wabash at Butler
Loyola at lHaskell
Missouri at Iowa S'tate
Holy Cross at Marquette r
Albion at Michigan State
Indiana at Northwestern
Kansas at Oklahoma
Franklin at Purdue
Colorado at Southern California
Geneva at Allegheny
Wash. and Jeff. at Bucknell
}Brown at Harvard
New York U. at Penn State
Nebraska at Pittsburgh
Lehigh at Rutgers
Washington College at Temple
Notre Dmne at Army
Florida at Alabama
Baylor at Southern Methodist

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West
Utah at Brigham Young
Colorado Aggies at Colorado Mines
Chicago at Illinois
Cornell College at Knox
Navy at Michigan
Drake at Minnesota
Denninson at Ohio State
Oregon Aggies at Oregon
Santa Clara at Stanford
Iowa at Wisconsin
East
Amherst at Williams
Georgetown at Boston College
Cornell at Dartmouth
St. John at Johns Hopkins
Columbia at Pennsylvania
Colgate at Syracuse
Bowdoin at Tufts
Davis Elkins at West Virginia
Princeton at Yale
South
Vanderbilt at Tennessee
Maryland at Virginia

HARRIERS LEAVE
FOR CHAMPAIGN
(Ccntinued from Page Six)
the first time. These two runners ran
in the Michigan State meet for prac-
tice last week, and their performanc-
es were better than those turned in
by Aubrey and Goetz, the men whom
they replaced in the Michigan line-
Saturday's meet will be the third
engagement of the present season for
the Wolverine harriers and the sec-
ond with other Conference teams. Tht,
fust meet resulted in a sweeping vic-
tory over the Purdue aggregation, 20-
85, but last Saturday the strong Mich-
ian State team downed Coach Far-
r Il's charges by the same count over
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ATTENDANCE[ RECORD1i
(Continued from Page Six.)
formed stretching from the stadium Is
here in Ann Arbor to Kalamazoo, the
home of ?Michigan's halfback, Louis
Gilbert, who had no little share in ..
attracting the large crowds.
The Michigan team, always a tre-
niendous drawing crowd, attracted
"Full-house" crowds to the stadia of -
its three Conference opponents this
year; namely, Wisconsin, Illinois, and F
Chicago. At the battle with the latter,
Mlichigan drew the largest assembly of
football fans that had ever seen a c
game at Stagg field, :and the largest
that had ever witnessed an athletic -
contest in Chicago, save the Dempsey- F
Tunney fight and the Army-Navy
game last year.
Michigan is the first major institu-
tion in the country that has sold all
of the seats to more than one home F
game. Yale, Princeton, and Harvard,
Illinois, Minnesota, Notre Dame, And
Southern California draw one capac-
ity crowd each season, but never twice
during the same season. With the
Navy and Michigan games sold out, .
Michigan will haverdrawn capacity F
crowds to thi'ee of her home contests.
PARIS.-France will construct a -
huge tennis stadium seating 15,000
people in which to hold the Davis v
Cup finals next year.

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