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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

A GAME TO BRING TOGETHER

RESERVE CENTER
PUT ON VARSITY

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Nagurski Will Match Power With
McLain When Line-Smashing
Attacks Clash At Iowa
iLLINI MUST STOP PURPLE
With Minnesota and Iowa the
only undefeated teams meeting im
the Conference today, interest cen-
ters in the "battle of the fullbacks"
at Iowa City. However, the Illi-
nois-Northwestern and Ohio State-
Indiana games will bring together
opponents of proven strength. Pur-
dlue has shown unexpected powerf
tnd should have an easy time with
hicago, which has been beaten by
both Iowa and Minnesota.
Iowa, after several years of foot-
ball mediocracy, has developed'a
team this year which has been
trampling over its opponents with-
out mercy. Minnesota, too, hasj
been defeating its early season ri-
vals by overwhelming scores. The
bophers won from Chicago last
week by a count of 33-7,, whereas
Iowa defeated the same team by a
score of 13-0. These scores seemI
to give Minnesota the advantage,
but so many outside factors enter
into a football game that compara-
tive scores mean nothing.
Lines Are Powerful
Each team has a powerful, fast.
line coupled with a smart pack-t
held. There is little to choose be-
tween the flank men, but Haycraft
and Tanner, Gopher ends, have
had a little more experience than
Carlson and Reedquist, of the
tIawkeyes. Against Ukkelberg and
Johnson, tackles; CaptainGibson;
and Pulkrabeck, guards; and Kak-
els. center, Coach Burt Ingwersen.,
of Iowa will send Schleusner and
$essen, Roberts and Westra, and
Captain Brown.
The backfields as well appear to
be about the same in strength.'
Coach Spears will rely upon Hovde,,
a splendid quarterback, to call sig-
hals. The halfbacks will probably
be Brockmeyer a n d Brownell.
These men are well balanced by
the Iowa ball-carrires, Armil, Far-
roh, and Glassgow.
Nagurski Succeeds Joesting
Thus the final score seems toj
diepend upon the form shown byI
the two rival fullbacks, Bronko Na-
gurski and Mayes McLain. McLain
is a full-blooded Indian and the
best fullback that Iowa has had
since Gordon Locke, while :iany
critics claim that Bronko is the
superior of Herb Joesting, his all-
American pr'edecessor.
A strong Illinois squad will at-
tempt to keep its record clean when
they come up against the Purple in.
their homecoming game at Urbana.

Northwestern will enter the game
after a week of profitable trainingI
in Illinois plays. The starting line-
up will probably be Captain Holmer
at full, Bergherm and Calderwood
at halves, Levison at quarter, Bak-
er and Oliphant at ends, SinklerI
and Hazen at tackles, Dart and
Anderson at guards, and Erikson at
Icenter,.
Buckeyes Meet Indiana
The return of Richman to his po-
sition at center has strengthened
Coach Zuppke's eleven a great deal,
and the discovery of a sophomore
back, Gill, has put more speed in
the backfield. This game is sure
to be a fight from the start as Illi-
nois must win to remain in the Big
Ten title race.
Indiana looms as the high hurdleI
in the path of Ohio in the race for
Conference laurels. Both teams
have defeated Michigan, but Indi-
ana was in turn beaten by Illinois
last week while the Buckeye record
remains clean. in Randolph, cen-
ter, and Bennett, halfback, Indiana
has two of the leading players in
the Big Ten, and on the Hoosier
field before a homecoming crowd,
these two men should furnish lots
of trouble for any opposition.
Ohio will send its strongest com-
bination intor the game, as Coach
Wilce appreciates the strength of
the Hoosiers. The same team that
faced the Wolverines last week will
in all probability get the call again.
Purdue, by virtue of its tie .with
the strong Badger team last week
is favored to win over Chicago. The
Purdue strength shown in the Wis--
consin game was surprising and
stamps the Boilermaker team as a
dangerous outfit in Conference cir-
cles this year. Chicago has already
lost to Iowa and Minnesota.e
The Purdue backfield of Welch,
Haneson, Guthrie, and Miller is a
particularly s t r o n g combination.
The line will probably be composed
of Hutton, Eichmann, Stears, Olson,
Hook, Galletch, and Mackey.
The Chicago lineup is still 'a
matter of doubt, as all week Stagg
has been shifting his men about
without regard to previous posi-
tions. This shifting is partly due

WRESTLERS GIVEN OPPORTUNITY MANY ENTRIES MADE FOR LA S S I F I E
TO WIN NUMERALS IN TOURNEYS SPEED BOAT COMPETITION ADVERTISING
Freshman wrestlers will be given man gym. The sciuad has been (By Assciated Press)
Lree opportunities to prove them- somewhat reduceci but still num- NEW YORK, Oct. 26-The Gold
selves worthy of the freshman bers more than 50 candidates. Cup race for the speed boat cha-NOTICE
numeral award this year, according Coach Sauer is in the wrestling pionship of the United States will d A sho offers
tj p s now being formulated by room at 3 o'clock every afternoon have at least a dozen entries when TICERaand marcl or finger
the athi tic department. The at which time the yearlings mayhe ampo $nd-mayoTue
..:rln matmen will be eligible to report to him for a workout. The the Columbia Yacht club defends wave ford1dyona0 Tuesday,
compote in three tournaments, the squad consists chiefly of :men clas- the trophy next summer, versity. Dial 751. 30,31,c
all-University, all-freshman, and sified in the lighter weights. This Four challengers definitely have v7
aI-1ayIirus events, in which huin- deficiency is expected to berm-dG E OL O G Y - Exam Tutoring -
is xpetedto e rm-entered the field it was brought M.TA.30S.tae Phn
-rals will be awarded the winners edied at the close of the football M. T. A. 310 So. State. Phone
of each weight division. season, when a number of heavy out at the closing session of the 7927. c
Tn the all-university tournament men will be free to try out for annual meeting of the American
all men in the University with the wrestling. power boat association here yes- NOTICE - Tickets available for
exception of Varsity lettermen, willI Considerable .enthusiasm is be-|terday. Gar Wood, of Detroit, is Michigan-Wisconsin game. Call
be eligible to compete. Only those ing shown by the freshmen, and l N. Pickard. Dial 5618. 29,30,31
tehmn who do not win in one of from present indications there is entering two challengers; James
the weights in this tourney will be plenty of likely looking material Talbot is counting on his boat, the
a owed to take part in the all- from which to build future Varsity Miss Los Angeles of the Los An- MACK TUTORING AGENCY
freshmsn tournament. In the amne teams. Only one man, Burieson, a geles Yacht club, and Dr. S. B. 310 So. State. Phone 7927
wy will winners in eithe of these welterweight, has had any exeri- Smith will have his Chic, of Cleve- Tue., Thu., Fri. c
tournaments will be barred from ence in wrestling, land, 0., i the race.
all-c.amp.us matches. The workouts thus far have been -NOTICE-Turin in English,
With these rewards in mind, the devoted entirely to calisthenics for German dancing masters predict Rhetoric, French, Biology. Terms
year in } wrestlels are working out warming up purposes and intensive that the old-fashioned waltz will moderate. Call Clark, 7796.
thre times each week under the di- drills in fundamentals. By next come more and more into its own
rection of Coach Sauer in Water- week Coach Sauer is planning to during the coming season of balls TYPEWRITER SERVICE
-~-- hold a series of short matches. and dancing parties. Complete typewriter service. New
L. C. Smith, Corona, all makes of
portable and used machines,
bought, sold, exchanged. Rentals
Dad.injuries by the week, month, or semester.
Repairing of all makes by skilled
E-w o r k m e n. Typewriting and

Bernath Sherwoct
Former center on the "B" team.
who was transferred to the Var-
sity squad this week. Sherwood
played a good game at the pivot
post against the Buckeye reserves,
and he was rewarded with a place
on the "A" team.
Wisconsin Harriers
To Meet Wolverines

(Continue firom page six) ( !y Asuciated Press)
lude four veterans of last year's NEW YORK, Oct. 26-The chaim-
Big Ten meet, Monroe, who finished pion New York Giants of the Na-
eleventh, Captain Wuerful, twenty- tional Professional Foot Ball Lea-
third, and Jesson and Kennedy. gue have a half dozen prize exhib-
Aubrey, Smith and Grunow, how- its to disprove the popular idea that
ever, have had experience in Var- pro football players are too tough
sity dual meets, while the thrc-! and too wise to get hurt.
sophomores on the tean, Ai !in Earl Potteiger, busy little coach
Benson, and Colby, have shown of the Giant outfit that won the
well in the trial runs this yea-r. league title last season, will stack
Hayes will be the Michigan subsci- up his list of cripples against the
tute. casualties of any college squad in
Due to the torn up condition of the country. As a consequence of
one section of the old course, a new the bad start that has seen some of
course has been laid out for the the team's leading stars handicap-
runners. ped or forced out altogether be-
cause of injuries, the Giants' chan-
ANNAPOLIS, Md.-Art Spring, ces for a repeat victory do not look
one of the Navy's fastest backs so bright.
who has been out due to injuries, About the hardest blow dealt the
may be able to start against Penn. team was loss of George Murtagh,
_ product of Georgetown, who has
to the fact that a great many of been the Giants' regular center for
the Midway gridmen are on the two years. He was out of the last
injured list. Iowa's crushing at.- two games with a broken hand and
tack bruised many of the Maroon the Giants lost both games. Cal
men to, such an extent that they Hubbard, 250-pound member of the
will be kept on the sidelines. Geneva team that beat Harvard,
- filled Murtagh's place but he is
primarily a guard. Murtagh's reg-
ular understudy, Max Reed, who
[1playedlast year with the Frank-
ford Yellow Jackets, has been out
himself with a dislocated shoulder.
Because of a bad knee, Century
Milstead, all-American tackle at
Yale, has not been playing up to
his great form of last year.
BB H OUSE Tony Plansky who Potteiger says
"has more natural ability "than any
man I ever saw" is bothered by a
wrenched leg. He is playing his first
- - pro season.

Mimeographing promptly and
neatly done by experienced op-
erators at moderate rates. We
have served Michigan students
over twenty years. O. D. Morrill,
17 Nickels Arcade. Phone 6615. c

FDR SALE

FOR SALE-Ford touring in ex-
cellent condition. Many acces-
sories. Price very reasonable.
Phone 4441. 715 Haven Ave.
30, 31
FOR SALE-Two tickets for Wis-
consin game. Call Case at 6258,
or 331 Catherine. 30,31
FOR SALE---Two good tickets for
Wisconsin game. Dial 7334.
29,30
FOR SALE-A number of good Wis-
consin tickets. Call Fecheimer,
3590. 29,30
WANTED
HELP WANTED-Student sales-
man. Fine opportunity for
hustler. Maier-Schairer, 112 S.
Main St. Phone 4515. 30,31,32
WANTED-Students who appreci-
ate good home-cooked meals to
sample ours, at 332 E. Jefferson.
26,28,30

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Michigan theater,* platinum bar
pin with diamond setting. Tele-
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HELLO
Yes this is 3454
FEDERAL
Have we any nice baked
goods today? Yes indeed,
Pies of all kinds, Cream
Layer and Loaf Cakes,
Devil's Food Cup Cakes,
Lady Fingers, Macaroons,
Raisin Bread, Whole
Wheat and Rye Bread,
with or without caraway
seed. Buttermilk Graham,
Boston Brown Bread, and
many others. Come in and
see us. You will be pleased
with the attractiveness of,
every single item produced
in our baking department.
Our s p ec ials for
Saturday will in-
clude
Federal Blend
Coffee-per lb. 39c.
Cr ac k e d 'Wheat
Cereal-
13 servings loc.
Wonderful Nut and
Fruit Filled Coffee
Cake. Will have lots
of 'em at-
15c 20c 25c
Pineapple Delight
Walnut Tarts
Pumpkin Pies
--and another batch of our
Delicious Fruit Bars.
Our Restaurant department
opens at 7 a. m. We serve

will not raise the price during football
weekend. Bing your guest in and enjoy
a good meal.
The Chubb aims to better food, quality
and service.
Regular Sunday Chicken Dinner-85c.
Ask the one who knows. The most rea-
sonable prices, boarding by the week, on
the Campus.
MEALS SERVED JUST LIKE HOME

SUNDAY CHURCH SERVICE

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FIRST METHODIST
CHURCH
Cor. State and Washington Sts.
Arthur W. Stalker, D.D., Minister
Samuel J. larrison, Associate
Minister and Student Director
10:30 a. m.-"It Is Better," ser--
mon subject of-Dr. Arthur W.
Stalker.
7:30 p. m.-"Sons of Thunder,"
sermon subject of Rev. Samuel
J. Harrison.
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PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Huron and Division Sts.
Merle H. Anderson, Minister
Dale H. Moore, Associate
Mrs. Nellie B. Caldwell, Secretary
for Women
10:45-Ralph.B. Kearns, pastor
of the F i r s t Presbyterian
church of Flint, Moderator of
Synod of Michigan, will speak.

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
R. Edward Sayles, Minister
Howard R.rChapman, Minister
for Students
10:30-Mr. Sayles will speak on
"Blessed Are the. Meek."-(3rd
on "The Beatitudes.")
12:00-Church Bible school.
12:00-Student at Guild House,
Mr. Chapman in charge.
5:30-Young People's Friend-
ship Hour at Guild House.
6:30 - Devotional meeting.
Mr. Vu will speak on China.
Be
consistent
in
your
religion
ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH
Washington St. at Fifth Ave.
E. C. Stellhorn, Pastor
9:00 a. m .-Sermon in the Ger-
man language.
10:30 a. m.-Service with sermon
on "The Basic Principles of

BETHLEHlEM
EVANGELICAL CHURCH
(Evangelical Synod of 11. A.)
Fourth Ave., between Packard
and Williams
Rev. C. William Roth
9:00-Suiday school.
10:00-English service.
11:00-German service.

FIRST CONGREGATIONAL
Corner State and William Sts.
Allison,*Ray Heaps, Minister
10:45-Morning Worship. Ser-y
mon topic: "The Opportunity
of the Ordinary."
9:30-Sunday school.
5:30-Student Fellowship.
Dean Henry Bates, "Law En
forcement."
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ST. ANDREW'S
EPISCOPAL CHURCH
Division and Catherine Sts.
Rev. Mr. Henry Lewis, Rector
Rev. Mr. T. L. Harris, Assistant
8:00 a. m.-Holy Communion.
9:30 a. m.-Holy Communion
(Harris Hall).
9:30 a. m.-The Church School.
11:00 a. m.-M orning Prayer and
Sermon.
11:00 a. m.-The Kindergarten.
6:30 p. m.-Student Supper.
ST. PAUL'S LUTHERAN
CHURCH
(Missouri Synod)
Third and West Huron Streets
C. A. Brauer, Pastor
Res. 1005 W. Washington St.
Phan 99241

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