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ill-I MICHIG, \N-' DAILY

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15) 1927 THE MICHIGAM DAILY P GE SF\

U~1REA eM AND UNT FED AMONQ OLEE
;Z > i~ ore m-ALrrmy 1Clean slate, ranks as the best team onl
(:~t~ 'r c a~ pets the Pacific now that Stuidrehler-
,s ?'c>h n~iteas ;lcoached Santa Clara team, ovr.:-
-_.- whelmingly beaten by U. S. C. earl-
IL ~WS ~WNS CHIAGOier in the season, downed Stanford's
Afte Satrda's "ridclassics" and waUly'Xg $
scouting. Southern California do fea,-
thec acsompanyng lasi,, ciupsets, a led Colorado, 46-7.1
leass, t afew01o the sectIional champ- "Riff" Jones and his Army Cad,.'s
ions mayhe (letermifnedl with sonic shocked some people when Stulilve-
deg4<ree of veris;imilitude, and Georgia, her's tutor, Knute K. Rochne, South
lilk(, - ratilis oa the bridge over the Bend's bald demon, saw the Alrmy ,
T'iber, : sands alonze among the three tear un the Notre Dame line withz
million oddlc collegiate football elev- only two exceptions, Fredericka s n
ens , unldefate(d and untied. Capt. John Smith. No Pocohoutas was :
Cl.enison, it must be admitted, of- present, however, to save John
fee nst about the minimum in the S'ith's head from the 18-0 scalping
wany of topoition in tasting the dust rendered by Big Chief Cagle, West
with ]t umble salaam, 32-0, before Point fullback.
the Georg ia Bulldogs. Those games mark all the import-j
Must. Phay ()'eorgiai ''ch ant upsets, and in the feature inter-
But (eorgia beat Yale long, loi'g sectional matches of the (lay, Mielii-
fl( tis season> *, and Old Eli lost that gan poured cold water over the Navy
Ts4-10) giame when that fellow old- hopes while Marquette upheld the
welxvssill considered as virtuous honor of the Middle West by trim-
as the big; wite "Y" on the field of minig Holy Cross, the Harvard neme-1
blue. . sis of recent years.
Now, itf(lc orgia slides by Georgia -- -__
'Tech on the firstf Saturday in Dlecem-
ber cudmange also to evade, the
thesll," 1<" in the sizzling South in
tl ea n fl~llne it wvill be "H ooray for,
(leoriai:' .,and her ends, Nash and -
Spiv(er. - i.
Thait sF; le Yale team provided one1
,of the ether re ally "super"-thrills of
the (iy by trouncing the hlaugh+:y
Y~rits ii en teamlr with a bjeauitifuil cx-
,hibitioji of pluck and grim, dogged
Might, not. to muention a p~erfectly ex-
1cul ed forward pass, Jiohen to Fish-
-wick, on fourth down, 10 10 go, with
the ball rest jug on Yale's 30'yard
Bite.
rift, Defeats Vor nhuis1ers

THE ISIDELINES
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shied su~eedmuch ill the Cor-
i:-t. ier, for one hug, seemed
t; its ouit of place illIs position
3 t rgi ta.;f&e oildefense After
] t'Srji' b!ig at i,iii guard oil of-
3:. ;e. '[ie tackles imath-by AMwh-
(L,iga ly were hard and elealn,
sibe tckls tatwere not ev-en
at ~ontute. Miclilga ii coaches
li -ltrai?7 "heir uncut Iainst this
_n 01,i'rto iiiniie Ithe line

FRESHMAN HARRIERS
~BEAT RESERVE TEAM l COESUMN
__-AT 3 P.M. ADVERTISINGAT3Ks
Coach H-or ace Bea l's freshman harl-
riers scored a 21-34 victory over the ~~,

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s~imsiing proclivities of Iterl,
,ictigpAlinuquist et, al. of the I
tph(.rs, tio comie here'- Satur-
dyin :in raiempit to carry the '
Ju~tn ig Imhaclo10Mixnesotai.
Save for the inevitable scratches
and minor bruisies, the entire Mtichi-
gan team, wvith the exception of Joe
E Gembis, came out, of the Navy battle
in splendid shape. Gembis' bruisedI
.shoulder ivas given another jolt, but
it is; exnect('d that trainers will put
l131- ini condition for the impending
ilil'1neSot a conflict.
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reserve cross country men in their
first p~ractice run against competitors
outsidle of the ranklts of the y arling
squad Friday afternoon over a twxo
aid three-fourths mile course.
Three freshmen crossed the finish
linle ahead of the first reserve run-
noer. Toth was the first yearling to
finish in the good time of i:2.le
vvas closely followed by Groehn and
Cody. Aubrey and Goetz of ther-
serves finished in fourth and f i'th
places, respectively.
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FOUNTAIN PENS
ALARM CLOCKS
(STATE ST. JEWELRS

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NiOTIt E-We deliver beCtween thel
hours of 9:30 and 11 :30 p in. Prompt
Delivery. Barbecue Inn. Phone 4431.
20 100a
NOTICE-Will exchange a good tenor
banjo for cornet or alto horn. Diali
; 82" Claude. 49, 50, 51 1
FOR RENT
FOR DENT -Double room, downI
stairs; suitable for two men. 2281
S. Thayer. 47, 48, 49
S U iTES for women. Kitchen on same
floor for' use. 513 East Jefferson
St. 49, 50, 51-

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at innesota game. Good proosi-
tioni. For information call at room
306 MichI. Union, Thursday, from
3:00 to 5:00 p. in. andl room 102:
from 7:00 to 9:00 p). m. Bring your
Mich. Union Card. 49, 50, 51

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Other eastern teams qualified t~o
.:Jispute the now lusty Yale claims to
'the championship of that district are
Pittsburgh and W. & J., both of which
~elevens have only a single mutual
,blemish on their records, the score-
Bless tie played on that 'Urbana week
Bend. Pitt jolted the strong Nebraska
,squad, 21-13, while the Presidents
disposed of small, but ferocious Buck-
3-ell.
Illinois continued merrily along the
,path to the Big Ten. gonfalon, more
'primrose now that Michigan has been
temporarily removed, with a weli-de-
'Served win over the "Rtouseless" and
,otherwise crippled Chicago team, 15
.T(} 6.
Southern California, whose 13-13
,deadlock with Stanford is the only
~ble~nish on the Trojans' dotherwise

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S--wthese coats represent a notable array
Of surprising Values.
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