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Georgetown, Holy Cross Only Elev-
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Next Saturday
TIGERS TAKE ON GORNELL

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All junior literary students
interested in speedball, see
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will have places for about 10
men who wish to make class
numerals.
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present it is doubtful if he will be
able to resume his position on the
team before Saturday.
H A N 0 V E R-Marsters. Dartu-
mouth star, has fully recovered
from injuries and will play against
Harvard this week.

NOTICE

DETROIT, Oct. 24-Lloyd Brazil, A $ S i F I E
University of Detroit backfield star -F
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NEW YORK, Oct. 24-The east
has too many ancient feuds to re-
new this Saturday to bother its
head much with intersectional
warfare.
Only two eastern representatives
will be pitted against opponents{
ifrom other sectors-Georgetown1
taking on Duke at Washington
while Holy Cross entertains Mar-
quette at Worcester, Mass. George-
town, which has rolled up more
than 200 points against its first
four opponents, is an overwhelm-
ing favorite to defeat Duke, but,
Holy Cross, rudely jolted by Ford-
ha i last week, is given scarcely an
even chance against Marquette,
which won last year 12-6.
The rest of the day is given over
to sectional combat, involving in
some instances, rivals of long
standing.
Yale and Army, both unbeaten
arid untied, clash at New Haven in
their 28th meeting. This series,
which has developed into one of
the east's leading football spec-
tacles, began in 1893.
Dartmouth, another undefeated
eleven, tackles a Harvard team,
beaten only by Army, for the 35thI
time at the Harvard stadium. Ri-
valry began in 1882. Harvard had
all the best of it for more than a
score of years but Dartmouth, in
recent seasons, has been cutting
down the advantage. Performances
to date indicate another Dartmouth
victory. Dartmouth won last year
30-6.
Princeton and Cornell, yearly
rivals from 1891 to 1907, will battle
at Princeton for the 18th time. This
rivalry was interrupted after 1907
until last season when . relations
were resumed, Princeton earning
a 21-10 victory. This year both
have undefeated records to main-,
tainalthough the Tigers have been 4
tied by Virginia,.
Big Ten Teams Point
For Important Games
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provement, so the Purple should
be in for a hard struggle.
Stagg Fears Purdue
That old cry, "Stagg fears Pur-
due," is being broadcast as Amos
Alonzo points his team for the
Boilermaker battle this week. How-
ever, the feeling is mutual, as
Coach Jimmy Phelan is far from
satisfied with the showing of his'
team against Wisconsin, especially
since the Badgers twice tied the
score after Purdue had taken the l
lead.
Coach Wilce is preparing his
- ┬░Buckeye warriors for a busy after-
noon against Indiana~ after the
game showing the Hoosiers dis-
played in losing to the powerful Il-
lini by a single touchdown. Elimi-
nation of fumbles in the backfield
is being stressed by the Ohio State

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mentor. Two fast backfields will oped by Northwestern if the Purple
meet in this contest, with Eby and are to become a threat in the Big
Coffee matching their speed Ten. Failure to take advantage of
against that of Bennett and scoring opportunities held the
Faunce. Wildcats to a single touchdown
A scoring punch must be devel- victory over Kentucky.
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