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THE MICHIGAN

DAILY

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SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 3,

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INVADES

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I" ELEVEN TO C LASH
ITH WESTEN STATE
lay's Contest Will Open Foot-
ball Relations With Western
State TeacherĀ§
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PROBABLE LINEUPS
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ter .......LE.......Storkis
gman ....LT......Johnson
llo .........,LG........Nickel
>ke ........C..... Frankoski
uer .. ......RG.......Seborg
ger ........RT......Harrsen
. .....RE .......Cornell
istert....QB.......Lear
son .....RI.....Hagadone
le .......... LH .... .....Frendt
ghes ......FB.....Barnhill

Coach Zuppke Warns Illinois Against Over-Confidence

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HRRIERS TO COM 4PMHPTE
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Cross-Country Men to Run Over
Five Mile Course in Annual
Fall Competition

INTER-SECTIONAL GAMES WITH BIG j
TEN TEAMS FEATURE TODAY'S CARD

EXPECTS HRD FIGHT
ROM MICHIGAN TEAM

Princeton-Ohio, Badger-Alabama,
And Pennsylvania-Chicago
Meet On Gridiron
Intersectional games will attract
the major attention of Big Ten.
grid fans today, with three Con-

suspended for disciplinary reasons,
has brightened Wisconsin hopes.
The Crimson Tide should encounter
difficulty in halting Lusby, Rose,
Cuisinier an4 Bartholomew, fleet
Cardinal backs, who have aided in
victories over Notre Dame and
Michigan.

Illini Coach Believes Battle
Be Close; Illinois Fans
Expect Easy W-in

Will

WINNER TO RECEIVE CUP ference teams engaging opponents

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Athletic relations with Western
State Normal college will be open-
edi for ,hce first tim~e at 3: 3J2 today
when the Junior Varsity clashes
with the Normal eleven at Western
field, IKalamazoo. For the Michi-
gan Cubs a victory will be much
desired not only to huniliate the
Teachers before a homecoming
throng but also to prevent the
season's record of wins and losses
from falling below the .500 mark.
So far this year, the "B" team
has won on alternate Saturdays
and if this schedule is followed out,
the team should win again against
Western State. Of the four games
already played, the squad has turn-
ed in two victories and two defeats.
Teachers Have Strong Team
That the job of annexing a third
victory is to be difficult is attest-
e.d to by the record hung up so
far by the Western State eleven;
The season was opened by trounc-
ing Chicago Y. M. C. A., 26 to 0,
A team which Michigan State con-
quered by only a 19 to 0 verdict.
Feris Institute proved troublesome
before being downed, 14 to 0, and
the strong Lomb'ard college squad
from Chicago reversed the score to
hand Western State its only de-
feat so far this season.
Last Saturday, the Brown and
Gold eleven coached by the famous
Earl Martineau of Minnesota and
All-American fame crushed De-
troit City college, 45 to 0, displaying
a powerful attack. Slashing end
runs and battering line smashes
gained the most ground for the
Normal eleven, its aerial attack be-
ing dangerous.
State has 'Star Punter
According to advance informa-
tion,Martineau intends to throw
his: regular backfield into the fray
Saturday, with Lear at quarter,
Frendt and Hagadone at halves
and Barnhill at full. Barnhill is.
a punter of super-excellence if his
performance in the game last Sat-
urday is an indication. Three of
his boots traveled 55, 65 and 70
yards. Weighing 190 pounds, he is
a good broken field runner- and a
reliable safety man.
Frendt at half is basking in the
star roll for Western State this
year and has been a prime factor
in the Hilltop attack. Against De-
troit he scored two touchdowns,
breaking away for a brilliant 80
yard dash to make one of them.
Teamed with him ft the lother
halfback post will be Hagadone
playing his second year on the var-
sity. Lear should be at quarter and
(Continued on page seven)

IOWA ELEVEN STARTS
WORK FOR OHIO GAME

(Special To The Daily)
IOWA CITY.-An epic

victory

was the reward of two weeks spe-
cial drill for the Minnesota game;
a week more of concentration await
the University of Iowa football
team before it plays the unbeaten
Ohio State eleven Nov. 10.
A non-Conference eleven, South
Dakota, will provide opposition for
the Gophers this Saturday. Noth-
ing but a bitter drive is in pros-
pect after the Buckeye battle at
Columbus, however. Iowa finishes
the season by playing Wisconsin at
Iowa City, Nov. 17, and Michigan
at Ann Arbor, Nov. 24.
Just about the kind of a game
to keep the Iowans at a proper
pitch for the final drive, especially
for Ohio State, will be afforded by
the Coyote tilt on Iowa field. South
Dakota, point champions of the
North Central conference last fall,
has shown no unusual strength this
year, but has a light, fast eleven
with speedy backs. The Coyote ball
carriers will help to experience the
Iowans in stopping men of their
type on the Buckeye team, notably
Holman, Coffee and Eby.
A graphic demonstration of a
track man's value in the backfield
if he has sufficient help from the
blockers was given by Oran Pape,
the sophomore whose 62-yard
sprint brought Iowa's touchdovn.
His yardage made against the Gop-
hers brought his season's total to
318 and made him the leading
Hawkeye ground-gainer f r o in
scrimmage. His average is 12.7
yards.

Fri;z Ifumbert
Star Illinois plunging fullback,
who at present leads in the Con-
ference scoring race. Zuppke is ex-
pected to use Humbert to batter thej
Michigan line whenever the Illinil
get within scoring distance.
Announce Fraternity
Speedball Schedule
The schedule for the inter-fra-
ternity championship speedball
games is as follows:
Monday, Nov. 5, Alpha Delta Phi
vs. Sigma Alpha Mu; Delta Upsilon
vs. Kappa Nu; Delta Sigma Phi vs.
Phi Chi.
Wednesday, Nov. 7, Tua Delta Phi
vs. winner of league S, Phi Kappa
Psi vs. winners of first game Mon-
day, Tau Epsilon Rhovs. winners
of last game Wednesday.

This, morning at 10:45 the cross-
country men of the Wolverine
squad will race over the Varsity
five-mile course in pursuit of the
Harpham trophy. This trophy was
given Jiiv 1916 by Mr. 'Harpam, a
star trackman ins 1900, to stimulate
interest in fall cross-country. There
are fourteen plates on the trophy
and the winner of the race each
year has his name inscribed upon
one of these plates. After today,
there will be only one place left
unfilled.
The first winner of the trophy
was H. L. Carol, one of the two
greatest cross-country men Michi-
gan has ever had, the other, Isbell,
winning -the trophy in 1922. After
Carrol; Sedwick, Houfstater, Jo-
seph, Freeborn, Chute, Isbell and
Davis followed in order. Up to
this time no one had won the
trophy twice. In 1924, however,
Clayton .B. Briggs took the race.
He repeated in 1925, and again in
1926, thus holding the unique
place of being the only man to
have won the race more than once.
Monroe Victor in 1927
Ins1927 Randolph Monroe was the
victor and as he is still on the
team, he has a chance to repeat,
but due to the showing of Capta in
Wuerful in winning first place in
the Wisconsin meet last week, he
is not favored.
The course on which the race
will be run is the same as that
upon which the Conference meet
was held in 1927. The winner, in
addition to getting his name in-
scribed on the trophy, will receive
a loving cup, as will the two men
who finish next after him. The
first six to come in will be given
cross-country jerseys, providing
they have not won their "M" in
,this sport.

from other sections of the coun-
try. Only two games will affect
the Conference standings, North-
western meeting Minnesota while
Michigan will endeavour to play
the role of giant killer against
Coach Zuppke's Illini, who are
visioning another title. Purdue and.
Iowa have comparative set-up
against non-Conference team.
Particular glamour attaches to
the Ohio State-Princeton battle at
Columbus, when two of the best
teams in their respective sections
of the country will clash before a
capacity crowd. Wittmer and
Miles, versatile Tiger backs, will be
hard put to match their speed with
that of Eby, Holman, Coffee, and
Cory, the Buckeye ball carriers.
Both elevens are undefeated, but
Princeton was tied by a relatively.
weak Virginia team. Coach Wilce's
squad will be out to avenge the
defeat suffered in last year's game.
West will face South when Ala-
bama's Crimson Tide rolls into, ac-
tion against Wisconsin at Madison.
Coach Wade has another strong
outfit at the southern school, al-
though Tennessee won a 15-13 de-
cision from Alabama last week. Re-
turn of Joe Iresky and Gene Rose-
to the Badger fold, after they were
Hornsby Affiliation
Nears Settling-Veeck

At Chicago Coach Stagg's team
of cripples awaits the invasion of
Pennsylvania with grave appre- i
hensions. Although Penn fell be-I
fore the lowly Navy team last week,
the Maroons realize the power of
their opponents. Paul Scull andl
Masters are regarded as two of
the best backs in the East.
.Despite. the loss of Johnson,
tackle, and Bronko Nagurski,'
plunging fullback who is out with
several cracked ribs, Minnesota is
favored to down Northwestern at
Evanston. Hovde and his fellow
Gopher backs should provide a busy
afternoon for Coach Hanley's co-
horts. Purple hopes were given a
setback when it was announced
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that Hiank Brucker, nee ; a n acK,
may not start. However Captain I Work to Stop Let 'Down
Holmer and Levison are capable Zuppke is expecting a close
ball carriers. Both teams are prac- game, much is evident. In both
tically out of the Big Ten race. Big Ten games to date Illinois has
started with a rush and then fold-
ed up in 'the second half. Indiana
threw passes all over the stadium
field to scare Illinois in its first
Big TI'n brittle. Then after show-
ing superiority over Northwestern
N. Y ; in every department of the game
-, Y, ,in the first half, the "'Fighting II-
lini"_relaxed sufficiently to allow
(By Associated Press) Capt. Holmer and his mates give
NEW YORK, Nov. 2.-Fo6tball several thousand Homecoming fans
prognosticators were specially .,heart failure-. Zppke has; worked
timid today about the Georgetown- all week in trying to get this habit
New York University contest at the out of his men.
Yankee stadium tomorrow. Experts To be quite hfrankabout it, Il-
incline in the general. direction of linois, fans are rather complacent
N. Y. U., but there is no attempt aboutthe outcome of the game to-
on the part of any to discount the day. They do not regard Michi-
strength of the invading Wash gan as a stumbling block in the
tonians. Both teams are undefeat- way to -another title. Neither do
ed and untied. N. Y. U. has come they regard Chicago as such. ;Right
to that position by way of tougher no wall fear which exists amid the
opposition but Georgetown has Orange and Blue followers is of
piled up the greater number of Ohio State.
points and has the better defensive Illini Have Strong Backs
record. They do not see how' a steam
Cornell's battle with Columbia is which has a line plunger like Hum-
another that looms as an even- bert, running halfbacks like Frank
stephen sort of an affair. Cornell Walker, Dough Mills, Jud Timm
put up a wonderful display of de- and "Frosty" Peters, forward' pass-
fensive football against Princeton ers like Ken Fields ..and Dwight
last Saturday but the offensive was Stuessy can bb- defeated by Michi-
and has been, woefully weak. (Continued on page .severi)

WORK ON PASS DEFENSE
"No Michigan team is ever a
weak team.'
That has been the gist of ad-
vice shouted by Coach Zuppke at
his Varsity players during practice
this week.
nWith two conference victories
under their belts, the Illini have
shown a tendency to -disparage
Miq gan, probably because of the
fact that the Wolverines have yet
to win a game this season.
What they overlook is the fact
that in each game the Wolverines
have improved and that there is
no enemy which Michigan would
rather defeat than Illinois.

(By Associated Press)
CHICAGO, Nov. 2.-President
W. L. Veeck of the Chicago Cubs
intimated today that the status of
Rogers Hornsby's 1929 baseball af-
filiations probably would be set-
tled next week.
While refusing to admit that
negotiations were under way for
the purchase of the Brave's man-
ager and second baseman, Presi-
dent Veeck guardedly hinted that
there would be definite announce-
ment within a few days.

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If you need Extra Money for your Dates, why not Save from'
Your Allowance by Buying your Needs from this Store? Fine
Quality Goods at Ward's Lower Prices.

qeadyemado
And Cut to Order
$40 $45, $50

IT IS RESPEGTFULLY MEN-
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HOUSE CLOTHkS ARE VERY,
VERY CORRECT, CURRENTLY.

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New Fall Oxfords
$3.69 and $4.49

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Finest selected calfskins. Sturdy con-
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shape for many months. Variety of
popular models in Black, Brown and
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Gillette Blades, only................
25c Listerine Tooth Paste, 3O
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Fountain Pens. Orange, Jade,
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Adler Overcoat for the Game.

Men's White
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with Slippers to match.
Finest wool blanket Robes and comfy slippers
in Blues and Brown tone shades. Great to
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Attractively trimmed with two toned silk
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Brief Cases--$2.59
Black or Brown split cowhide with single
pocket. Two straps with ickled buckles and
key lock. Strongly constructed. Fine for
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Desk Lamps-- -$1.65

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Saturday

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SPECIAL

NOV. 3rd

8:00

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Wool Lined Trench Coats . $9.50 to $10.75
Beautiful Silk Scarfs . . . . $3.00 to $5.00
Gloves in all the Popular Skins $3.$0 to $6
Hats with Narrow Brims; Latest Shades $6

Be Prepared, It
Might Rain
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SLICKERS
Green or Yellow
$4.98
Stylish long model, double
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extry fly front with snap
fasteners and buttons. Pos-
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ONE OF MICHIGAN'S MOST
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The most popular coats at the games
are from Del Prete's

Regular student study lamps with )flexible
arm and large heavy base. Complete with
cord, plug, metal shade and glass ash tray..
An unusually low price, you'll admit! Also
tw-tone sudnt lam aa.5

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