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UR1)AY, NOVEbiVB1t 12, 1927

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

ILLINOIS ANDCIAO
TO BATTLET URBANA
Illinii And14 1111'oonis ill )I(M4 Todaly
I,11 3'-IIrty'ecofd (xanie BetweenI
TilelvQTo Soiools
INDIANS FkAR STAGGMEN
(Special to The lDaily)
URBANA, Nov. 11.-Foor the thirty-
second time since 1892, the Chicago
and Illinois footb~all teams meet to-
day inl the Illois stadium in the an-
nual D~ad's Day g1amea, the final home
a pipeara nce of the Fighting IlMini. More
than 50,000 enthusiasts will cheer the
embattled elevens.
Chicaigo's reverses thus far have
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given the Illini no false impressions
and Coach Zuppke will greet his oldl
rival Amos Alonzo Stagg with his
strongest combination and the prom-
ise of plenty good reserves to carry
on. Stagg is bringing his thirty-sixth
Chicago football team and has won 16
of the 31 games played with Illinois,
three being "deadlocks.: Since Zuppke
has been at _the 'Illini helm, he has an
8 to 4 advantage over Coach Stagg,
with two tie games.
Illinois-Clilcago History Interesting I
Illinois-Chicago hi story bristless
with outsanding thrills and upsets,
engineered by such grid-greats as1
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Grange, 1Pckersall, Potsy Clark and
Five-Yards McCarty. Today's game,
the last stadium b~attle of the season,'I
will be the final appearance before h mfls o 6 snos heet o
whom is Bob Reitschi, skipper of the
crew, all-conference center and in his
third year of Varsity play.
Two new faces are likely to start,
Perkins, 19 pound tackle, 'Who is a
letterman but has been held in re-
serve, and Leroy Wietz, 210 pound
sophomore guard. The rest of the
lineup looks orthodox unless Zuppke
chooses to start D'Ambrosio and Stew-
art in the backfield. Walker's open
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field performance against Iowa should
rake him an early opportunity against
the Maroons.
Time of game: 1:30 o'clock Central
time which is 2:30 o'clock Ann Arbor
time.
Coolidge To' Uphold
New Tax Reduction
(By Associated Press)
WASHINGTON, Nov. 11.-'While it
was being reiterated at the White
H-ouse today that President Coolidge
would support the Treasury recoin-
n-gendation for tax reduction, the joint
congressional tax committee gave its
attention to suggested changes in ad-
ministrative features in the present
revenue law.

VALE WILL MISS HIM ? Titan Grid Team
D lfea, ts St. .,oilsr
ST. OU S, Nv.I1.--The University
of .1.et oit ob;ha en piled the!
hi e l ii a (a f tn red here today,
defr i i a .I Ou is University, 21=
3, he I~:ri' sevral thlousand fSt. Louis,
,.ii
)C' rol ~OrJ early in the first,
io~I ad aainin the second to se-'
= y a ,a c° z i i xih'lich5. Louis couldl not

fourth pwriod(4 fjtanding bcIliind hip 'IAC.-Catptainwill play'
goal lihe fatt'Irn 1'te(Ito ]punt, agnt 7 cap 'utail ti t 1 he center pos(- itons
dropped the ball, Di vtoit rcoverinvg when the11wllnoi, and Chicago cteam
for a toch down. 1110t

IRIS
COLUMN
°CLOSES
AT 3 P.M.~

LASSIFIE OL
ADVERTrISING AT 3 P ;it

F overt ake. Oan arisseross play behind;
er xi I!erfect 3in1 r1Ir eie, Brazil, Detroit;
_ (Lila t erIa uh h inKe -,sway in thatfirst
l'x> jperiodl t ore wit hut "a St. Louis
taIckler touch iiinli m. This 5score'
eventually 1) oved t sufficient, but De-'
trait ('e'ntinii (I its offensive.
Conner, Detroit, captain, breaking
NAVway in thle s'~cond period, ran 861
yards for the second score. The runj
St~N!wa s made withi the help of splendid
QM interference that dropped' man after,
min~ as Coniner sprinted almost" theI
len gthI of the field.
u !A.ra inst orm that drenchedl players,
numil specl ors broke at the start of
the second half', making p~lay difficult.
WAN' ~Forcedl to plaY ini the mud, both
, ~ E~b NAYRCnI'+teams resorted to punting to wait for
~o~JG AT~R~%~4the breaks.
When Yale p~lays Princeton today, Lihftzenich, St. Louis fullback, fum-
Bruce Caldwell, one of the year's out- lhed to give :Detroit this break in the
standing halfbacks, will be on the side-1
lines at the Yale bowl. Notwitlistand-

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ing requests ot Princeton thatrtules
be waived, the board of control of the j
Yale athletic association has affirmed
its dlecision that the football statr is in- j
eligible because he played the game as
a freshman at Brown.I

Wildcats Will Try
Comeback Today1
EVANSTON, Nov. 11.-Considerably
weakened from numerous injuries,
Northwestern's grid eleven will make
a valiant attempt to b~reak into the
winning column here t oday in its
homecoming engagement with Indiana.
Coach Dick Hanley will send a re-
vamped lineup into the game with the
Hoosiers. Loss of Jus Dart, all-Con-
ference guard, due to a leg injury willI
necessitate a change in the line. Frank
Sinkler, tackle is slowly recovering
from a sprained ankle which may or
may not permit hime to enter Satur-
day's contest. Tiny Lewis, Vie Gus-
tafs on, and Walt Hlolmer, all regtular
backs, are suffering from injuries
which will probably keel) them on the
sidelines. for part of the game at least.
Indiana will bring a determined
team to Evanston intent upon taking
the measure of the Purple. The Hoos-
iers will arrive in Evanston Friday
morning and will workout at Dyche
stadium that afternoon. Coach Bill
Page will send some capable perform-
ers into Saturday's game including
such stars as Bennett, Byers, Rein-
hart and Stephenson.

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