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SAGE HAS TASK IN. SHAPING INDIANA
FOOTBALL TEAM FOR HARD SCHEDULE

THE -MICMICAN 4)AILY

BLOOMINGTON, Ind., Sept. 26.-
With over a week of strenuous prac-
tice now history, the dynamic Pa;
Page has a huge task confronting him
in shaping the Indiana 'University
team for the hardest schedule the
Hoosiers have faced. First of all, Pat
is relying upon a number of "white.
hopes" to come to the front.
When the Indiana coach talks about
"white hopes," he means men who
have possibilities of stopping such
men as Herb Joesting, said to be the
greatest fullback in the country wto
comes here for homecoming with
Minnesota, Oct. 15.'
New men who stand chances of giv-
ing Page a strong front wall are'
Bundy, of Vincennes; Rngwalt, .or
Indianapolis; Dudding, of Hope; and
Gonce, of Wolcott. Bundy was taught
football by "Skeets" Buck, well known
Hoosier prep, coach. He has every
earmark of developing into a good
tackle. Dudding is the 230-pounder
in whom Page has placed most of his
hope. Dudding never saw a game un-
til coming to Indiana last year. He
has learned the tricks fast, and if he
gets experience early, enough, lie
should have a. great future. Ring-;
walt is lighter than the others, but he
is full of ambition. . Gonce's biggpst
claim to a rating is his determination
to fight. Bennett, a brother of the
well known "Chuck," is a lightweight
but has prospects of developing.

Among old men in the line, there is
Butts, red haired tackle, who did some
excellent work last season. Hull is a
180 pounder who found himself late
in the season last year, and who has
prospects of gaining some fame this
campaign. Matthew played in all but
two quarters last season at guard and
center. Hellman, another letterman.
will have to improve to hold his own
with the new material. Hill is anoth-
er who will have to step lively to holy
his own.
At center, Page is well supplied.
with Randolph, a veteran from the
1926 season. Matthew can take the
reins at a moments notice. Moss who
played fullback can play center with-
out losing any of his'iower.
One of Page's chief worries i the
ends. McCracken, a basketball star
from Monrovia, looks promising as a
new man. Max Kidd, of Blooming-
field, who played in 1923, has shown
out prominently. He is tall and heavy
with large hands and football instinct.
Hiler who got into a few games last
year stands a good chance of breai-
ing in. Baker, another veteran, will
need more "pep" to keep in the run-
ning. "Andy" Catterton, an "I"
wearer, is the best bet. He is the
type Page calls a "go getter." Ralph
Weaver, a Terre Haute product, has.
been shifted from the backfield to
end in an effort to make more compe-
tition.

FALL

lS U1TINGS

THE
STAFFORD

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inspection

A blucher oxford of tan boarded calf,
black Scotch grain and dark browvn grain
especially adapted to street wear because
of its very heavy sole.

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And just a word about the price. Our
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1537 Center St. Around the corner
from -Capitol Theater. Downtown
shopping district. Quiet place for
refined people. All outside rooms.
Single, $1.50; double,, $2. Private
bath: Single, $1.50 and $2; double,
$2.50'.
NOTICES
NOTICE-Emma Fischer Cross, teach-
er of piano and pipe-organ, former-
ly on the faculty of School of Music.
Extensive study abroad. 610 E.
Liberty. Apt. 8. Phone 3566.
1-2-3-4-5-6-7-8-9-10
FOR RENT
FOR RENT-Very desirable room for,
rent; Wood League House, block
off campus. 725 Haven Ave. 7-8-9
FOR RENT-Single room or as part
of a suite; private family in pleas-
ant surroundings. Call 2-1545 or,
1020 E. University. 7-8
FOR RENT-945 Dewey Ave. One
large room just off Packard. Suit-
able for one or two students. 7-8-9'
FOR RENT-324 E. Jefferson. Unfur-
nished apt.; 4 large rooms, private
bath, all newly decorated; heat and
water; $65. 7-8-9-10-11-12
FOR RENT--Large, pleasant, single
room with 3 windows; three blocks
from campus. 328 E. Jefferson. 7
FOR RENT-Be quick. At $4, a $7
suite Ifor one; steam heat. 337
Thompson. 7-8
FOR RENT-Large double room at
the Green Tree Inn, 205 S. State St.
Desirable location. Dial 9646.
6-7-8
FOR RENT-Packard, , 333; centrally
located; 2- or 3-room apts., fur-
enished or unfurnished; private bath.
Phone 21928, 6-7-8

FOR SALE
FOR SALE-Fireplace wood.
9534 or 22413.

FOR SALE-Young lady's fur coat-.
Will sell very-reasonable. Call 7867
between 7 and 8 P. M. 7-8-9
FOR SALE-Police puppies, thorough-
breds; very reasonable if taken at
once. Call 8886. 403 Beaks St.
7-8-9
FOR SALE-2 study tables in good
shape. Call 5424 evenings; ask for
Fred.
WANTED
WANTED-Student to make beds in
the morning for nice room; hot and
cold water; steam heat. 337
Thompson. 7
WANTED-Part t i m e automobile
salesman. Men with experience in
selling preferred. Prospects furn-
ished. Salary and Commission.'
Hudson Sales and Service 310 E.
Washington.
for week-ends during next se nester.
Dial 8317. Call Stinson.
Wagner. Phone 22413 or 9534.
2-3-4-6-7-8
LOST
LOST-One cut steel buckle. Please
return to Medical Department in
University Library.
LOST-A silver mesh bag, September
27. Reward. Phone 4457. 928 For-
rest Ave. 7-8-9
LOST-In University High S'chool. A
brown purse containing blue pen.
Reward. Dial 22346. 6-7
LOST-Oval gold brooch, amber set-
ting. Finder please phone M. Innis,
7037. 6-7
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WILL-Person who borrowed Conklin
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QUALITY

Quality is the outstandnig feature, and then
you will admire the Style and Fit and the rich
colorings in our selection of new fall Suits and
Topcoats in Kuppenheimer and Belmont
makes, prcied within reach of all.

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