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PAGE FOUR.

THE MICHIGAN

DAILY

SA TT'RDAY, NVVFMflER 1b. 1927

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PORPLE TEAM iNYADES SIXTEEN GRIDMEN SING CONSTRUCTION OF NEW INTRAMURAL LASSIFE
U TALMl INADES SWAN SONG AFTER GAME E L ID 01110FIELD HOUSE PROGRESSES RAPIDLY Advertisin
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WASHINGS AND IRONING wanted.
Our work has continued to plea c
tihe University, faculty. Will call

HUUSIEH S IHUNt HULU
(olorful Crowd Expected To Witness
Traditional Rivals In Last
Grid Battle Of Year

CRIMSON ELEVEN STRONG
(Special to The Daily)
BLOOMINGTON, Nov. 18. --T w o'
great Hoosier football teams, Purdue
and Indiana, unrivaled in ambition
and determination, will fight it out
here tomorrow afternoon before a col-
orful crowd estimated at 24,000. It
will be a battle of Hoosier against
Hoosier. Purdue will bring two spe-
cial trains of rooters, while Indiana
will have among its enthusiasts thou-
sands of fans from all parts of In-
diana.
It has been many years since either
school has possessed the caliber of
football machines produced this year
by coaches Pat Page of Indiana and
Jimmy Phelan of Purdue. Not only
will there be an old oaken bucket at
stake but a victory will guarantee the
winner a hold well up in the first divi-
* sion of the Big Ten.
Special Trains Will Carry Crowds
Five special trains will steam into
Bloomington early tomorrow carrying
football followers from each section
of the state. New Albany has a,"Cot-
ton" Wilcox special on which several
hundred New Albany and Louisville
grid devotees will come to witness
Wilcox in his last Big Ten perform-
ance.
Evansville will send a special carry-
ing supporters of Herman Byers,
Evansville boy playing in the Indiana
backfield. A special train bearing sup-
porters of both schools will rin from
Indianapolis while two trains will car-
ry Purdue followers from Lafayette.
All roads into Bloomington are in
good condition. Solid pavement leads
the way from Indianapolis while
gravel and pike roads are in the best
condition of the year.
Teams Hold Final Workouts.
Both teams took only a light wor-
out here this afternoon. Purdue prac-
ticed shortly after lunch and then
boarded a train south for Bedford to
get away from the Indiana pep-fest
tonight. , Pat Page sent his men
through a limbering up session in-
side the stadium about 3 o'clock and
had his men under the showers before
5 o'clock.
Coach Page announced that the In-
diana team was in as good a condition
as could be expected. Balay, Weaver,
and Bennett, have injured legs but
have been named to start. Carroll
Ringwalt, of Indianapolis, will view
the game from the bench on crutches.
Probable Lineups:
Indiana Purdue
A. Catterton......LE.......Woerner
Hull.............LT........ Eickman
Trobaugh........LG........ Prentice
Randolph........ C...........Olson
Hellman......... RG...........Hook
Shields .......... RT ........ Galletch
Weaver..........RE......... Mackey
Harrell........QB.......... WilsonI
Byers........... LH.......... WilcoxI
Bennett........RH.......... WelchI
Balay...........1F3........Koransky
Using only a pen knife and a pair
of scissors, an Englishman has made
a five-foot model of Southwark Ca-1
thedral as it appeared in 1540.

(Continued from Page Nine) Progress in the construction of the
the Illinois game and since that time new intramural Sports building, a
he has been used considerably. nw in te program to secure lacili-
LeRoy Heston, an end candidate,u--r
had a career parallel to Puckel- Injuries Of Stars May Hamper Yale ties for "athletics for all," is being
wartz's. Heston has been out for And Harvard Elevens In East's made at a rapid rate, according to Di-
three years and has not been used Anunal Grid Classic rector Fielding H. Yost. All of ti~e
regularly. However, he has been sent --i steel parts of the building. including
into important games at critical tim- BLUE CAPTAIN INJURED the girders, risers and frame for the
es. roof, are to be in place by Monday.
S'choenfeld and Nicholson have .(By Associated Pre) IThe finishing-up men and riveters
worked on the squad for three years, NEW YORKNov. 18.-Rain threat- are expected to have completeed their
both in attempts to get the center po- jobs by Wednesday night. At the
sition; both have failed to attain that ySaturday same time the painting of the iron is
particular thing, but have given in- of major football into the first genu- ----- --- _
valuable aid as reserve material. inely soggy combat day of the eastern
Henry Grinnell has been used at season.
tackle in portions of many games Joe Crosby, shining light of whatl
Su ihs hree yearchancestopsquad ningfour out of seven games seems Ida G o odj a
Vie Domhoff,wdefinitely relegated to the sidelines
in past seasons have been. ham-pered throught an infected nose, developed
by injuries, will getyhis last a oppor- tonday. Captain Webster, bulwark of C O F, E E
tunity to play today. Vie plays at Yl'1ati1Wbtr uwrko ~II I -4 I
quarterback. Harrigan is the only Yale's steel-ribbed line; Johnny
substitute whose experience has been Hoben, who tossed the passes that
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lapsable kind and can be removed
A" ene*r ",iced.
With work starting on the pool next
week it is probable thdt Coach Matt
Mann will be able to use it for Con-
fereuce dual meet s. se .duled for
Ja a ry and thi mnlithi following.

to be finished.
Lat1r in the week concrete will be NOTICES.
poured in i ' t eni of the building
for the swinming )pool. The plans for NOTICE-We deliver between the
the pool call for the construction of a ,hours of 9:30 and 11:30 p m. Prompt
gallery capable of seating 1,500 per- Delivery. Barbecue Inn. Phone 4481.
sods. The seals are to be of the col-, 20 100

NOTICE-Be sure and visit this most
modern and efficient Hat Cleaning
and Shoe Shining Parlor. Michigan
Theatre Bldg. 539 E. Liberty.
Tues., Thurs., Sat.
NOTICE-Remington Portable type-
writers sold, rented, traded. E.
Harold Munn, Authorized Student
Dealer, 203 S. Thayer. Call 3489 for
terms. 51, 53

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limited to two years on the squad.
First tried at end, Harrigan was later
shifted to tackle, where he proved 1o
get clown under punts and a sure
tackler.
Miller and Hoffman two backfield
men, will graduate after breaking
into the regular lineup for a part of
their last season.
Gabel, Baer, and Palmeroli, three
veteran linemen, will also graduate
in June. This will temporarily shat-
ter the forward wall. Baer has been
in every game thlis year and from his
work has good chances for honorable
recognition.
Fifteen men, and of the calibre of
players that these were, constitute
the most severe set-back from grad-
uation that any Michigan football
team has suffered in years. Six reg-
ulars and nine substitutes; all good
men. It will be some time before the
Michigan football squad has such a
set of substitutes again; men with
patience and the "old fight," who have
remained on the scrimmage field and
on the bench on Saturdays for three
years.

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near rnceron; ana jon narvey, re-
placement back for Bruce Caldwell;
all have sufferings of more or less
grevious nature.
Both Army and Navy practiced with
an eye to each other in a rainstorm
yesterday despite engagements with
Ursinus and Loyola respectively on
Saturday. Lafayette tapered off for
the ancient quarrel with Lehigh, while
the weather failed to halt the drive of
Cornell for Pennsylvania on Thanks-
giving day.
At a mass meeting last night
(Tacks) Hardwick, who played on the
Harvard teams of 1912, 1913, and 1914
and was an all-American end, assailed
the spirit of Harvard undergraduates
towards the teamthis season, des-
scribing that spirit as "rotten."
He said it had been reflected in the
mental attitude of the players. He
also criticised the Crimson, under-
graduate daily, on the grounds that it
had devoted inadequate space to the
teanm.
Captain Pratt said that the under-
graduate spirit had not been as good
as might have been expected.
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NOTICE-We call and deliver.
COLLEGE DRY CLEANERS
Phone 6898. 426 Thompson. 52, 53, 54
FOR RENT
FOR RENT-Desirable well heated
single room, close to Union. Dial
5933. 511 Cheever Court. 51, 52, 53
FOR SALE
FOR SALE-Tuxedo, size 37, new and
hand tailored, at less than half its
cost. Dial 8778. 51, 52, 53
WANTED
j WANTED-Draftsman, experienced in
airplane work. Apply 302 E. Eng.
Bldg. 51, 52, 53,
WANTED-Male Student for book-
keeping and stenographic work.
Must be good at dictation. Apply
at once at The Fair Store, 200 N.
Main St. 53, 54, 55
WASHINGS WANTED-We will call
.for and deliver your clothes and
they will be perfectly laundered.I
Phone 21547. 53, 54, 55

for and deliver. Dial 3732. 313
Montgomery Ave. 53, 54, 55
WANTED-Alto and Tenor Sax play-
ers. Also a good Banjoist. Call at
Room 3. 611 Church, Monday, be-
tween 4:30 and 5. 53
WANTED-Tickets for Minnesota
game. Phone 2-1454. 51, 52, 53
CLOTHING salesman wanted. Full
time or part time. Must be experi-
enced. Apply at once. Sair, 200 N.
Main St. 50, 51, 52, 63
WANTED-A girl stenographer. Apply
immediately to Jack Strong, Room
200, Michigan Theatre Bldg.
52-63-51
LOST
LOST-Blue silk umbrella, University
Hall rest room. Return to Secre-
tary's office. 52, 53
LOST-Man's wrist watch and pair of
glasses, on South Ferry Field, last
Saturday morning. Call Jack Lait,
Jr., 3141. 53, 54
LOST-An S. A. E. pin, Friday morn-
ing. Call 4872. 53, 54, 55
LOST-A black leather wallet, Wed-
nesday. Call Stuart M. Smith, at
2-1559. 53, 54, 55
LOST-A Boston Bull Terrier;
brindle; face half white; cocked
ears; name Peter; $10 reward. S.
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lined: Name inside. Alma Scheirich.
Call 7614. 53, 54

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