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SfT1LANOVEIVBII3 12, 1927

TJ1E. MICHIGAN

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ILLINOIS AND CHICAiG
TO BATTLEAT URBANA
Illiiii And Maroow, lilI Meet Today
In Tli irty-Second Ga:ime Betweenii
The Twvo Selools
INDIANS FEAR STAGGME N

VALE WILL MISS HNM

'(ri4fourth. period, ,jtaflding behlind his CHICAGO. -- Captain will play
I a A eII goal line hie at tenpt ed to pnil, against captain at the center' positions
a afeats SO-. 11. ouSIsdropped the bail, Detroit recove ring when the Illnois and Chicago teams
SIfor a tochdown. meet. g

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(Special to Tie IDaily)
UJRBANA, Nov. I.1.-For the thirty-
second( time sinlce 1802, the Chicago
ar(d Illinois football teams meet to-
day in the Illinois stadium in the an-
nrua 1Dad's Da y game, the final homeda'
appearance of the Fighting Illini. More
than 50,000 ent husiasts will cheer the
embattled (elevens., ,lr
Chicag;o'si reversecs thus far have
SINK I'lE NAVY!
given the Illinri no false impressions
and Coach Zuppke will greet his old I t
rival Amos Alonzo Stagg with his
strongecst combination and the prom-
ise of plenty good reserves to carry
Chicago football team and has won 16
pf the 31 games played with Illinois,
three being deadlocks. Since Zuppke b
has been at the Illini helm, he has an N~T o'
8 to 4 advantage over Coach Stagg, UoUJGA AT'5RO4rA
with two tie games.
Illinois-Chlic. go history Int~eresting When Yale plays Princeton today,
Illinois-Chicago history bristlesI Bruce Caldwell, one of the year's out-
with. outsanding thrills and upsets, standing halfbacks, will be on the side-
engineered by such grid-greats as lines, at th~e Yale bowl. Notw.ithstand-
SINK T'IlE NAVY! ing requests of Princeton that rule-,
Grange, E Jkersall, Potsy " Clark and be waived, the board of control of the
Five-Yards4 McCarty. Today's game,j Yale athletic assoc'iation has a ffirtnew
the last stadium battle of the season,. its decision that the football star is in-
will be the final appearance before eligible because hie played the game as
homefolks of 16 seniors, chiefest of at freshman at Brown.
whom is Bob Reitsch, skipper of the
crew, all-conference center and in his Widcats W~ilI r1iry
third year of Varsity play.
Two new faces are likely to start, Comeback To 1%
Perkins, 198 pound tackle, who is a
letterman but has been held in re -
serve, and Leroy Wietz, 210 pound 1EVANSTON, Nov. 11.-Considerably
sophomore guard. The rest of the weakened from numerous injuries,
lineup looks orthodox unless Zuppke Northwestern's grid eleven will male=
chooses to start D'Amibrosio and Stew- a valiant attempt to break into the
art in the backfield. Walker's open winning column here today in its
SINK THlE NAVY! homecoming engagement with Indiana.
field performance against Iowa should Coach Dick Hanley will send a re-
"rate him an early opportunity against vamped lineup into the game %wi thei
the Maroons. Floosieas. Loss of SJus D~art, all--
orIllinois. , OS. Chicago ference guard, due to a leg inj~ry Nvill
Grange.......... LE.......... Priess necessitate a change in the line. Frank
Perkins.........ILT....... Proudfoot Sinkler, tackle is slowly recoverlo,
*Wiet7........... LG.. .. Greenebaum from a sprained ankle which mnay or
Reitsch (C)....... C....... Rouse (C) may not permit hime to enter Sam:'w-
Crane...........RG.......... Wolff day's contest. Tiny Lewis, Vic (ins-
Nowack......... RT........ Weislow tafson, and Walt Holmer, all regular
Deimling........ RE............ Apitz backs, are suffering from injuries
Stuessy......... QB..... McDonough which will probably keep them on the
Mills...........LB........ Anderson sidelines for part of the game at, least.
Timm .......... RB...... Mendenhall Indiana will bring a determined
Humbert........ FB.......... Leyers team to Evanston intent upon takingj
Average weight: Illinois 181; Chi- the measure of the Purple. The Iloos-
cago 178.- iers will arrive in Evanston Friday
Officials:' Referee-J. Magidsohn morning and will workout at Dyche
(Michigan) ; umpire-W. D. Knight stadium that afternoon. Coach Bill
(Michigan) ; field judge-Fred Young Page will send some capable perfo)1'T-
(Illinois' Wesleyan) ; head linesman- cers into Saturday'., game including
Col. M. C. Mumma (West Point). such stars as Bennett, flyers, Rein-
SINK THlE NAVY! hart andl Stephenson.

crp i()1V 1S, Nov. 11. -The uiversity
o!' Del trai tfoc 1w ii 1team spoiled the,
honmc r oii;gdo v fa ured here today1
by det. ogSL ou is University, 21
to 0, be .ore svve-.'a 1 iihousanmd St. Louis
' rlumiiti.j
Detroit ,ccoredc1 0rly in the first
period and(1<ri gail: in t he second to se-
curea lead wlielm St. Louis could not'
ovrr yen ake. On a r rs'a. ('055 splay behind
penl nt 1 erferenue, Rrazil, Detroit
(luart enlack, brokeawy in that first
periodt to score withiout a St. Louis
tiackller' touchling hiner. This :score
(ventuialily proved1 sufficient, but 1)e-i
troit centit nled its, offensive.
C'onner, I )*tri c ltta ii, breakingF
awxay inl the s kye(dperiodi, ran 86i
"f ai (11for %he1, : score. The run'
was i, ~ne t', hiriGt iebelly of spilendidI
't t'c:rfeui cthatdropped man a fter!
mnuallI s CoA, 1.pi Sl)jltevl almost the
s i, inslt m'mi oWdrench ed players
antiiii 10'<<i tc r.; Ii oke a:t thxe start ofj
the sec'oiid half, maini1ilg play difficult.
1Porc'ed to plauy in the mudl,1)othj
teams resorted to jointing to wait for
lhe breaks.
1 Litzemichl, St. Louiiis fullback, '1111n-j
Ibled In glive I i u'oi I this break in the

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Two Pants Suits~
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Gordon Slicker-lined Cordcu::.',- Cocat............. $9.50
Silk Scarfs.................................. 3.50
New small shape hats, one price .................. 5.00
New fall caps................................ 2.50
Gloves in all shades.................... $2.50 to $6.00
'And what hot ties................... $1.00 to $2.00

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