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MISSISSPI AGGIES'.
Cold Weather Hampers Southern'
Eleven In Inter-Sectional
Tilt At Lansing
KIPKE MAY SHIFT BACKS
(By Associated Press)
EAST LANSING, Nov. 2.-Certain]
that This'team is in top shape, Coach
Harry- 1Kpk today ordered the]
Michigan State eleven to take it,
easy in final, preparation for the
intersectional'.tilt tomorrow after-
noon ini the Spartan stadium with
the Mississippi Agricultural and
Mechanical College, better known
as the Misissippi Aggies. The
A and the Spartans were
s lecplieclto slare: the stadium to-
day for their final workouts.
State is determined to enter the i
game with the University of De-I
troit next week with another vic-1
tory tucked under its belt, and 'for
this reasn every effort is being
bent to take the Aggies into camp.
Mississippi, with a large and veter-
an team, has yet to hit its stride
this year and show the' form that
in 1927 carried it through a long
season with but one defeat.
Cold weather, the usual thing for
State, may prove a handicap to the
Southerners. The Aggies have trav-
eled nearly 1,500 miles from the
heart of the South to - Michigan.
Coach Kipke juggleds his team
about in practice yesterday, and
made at quarterback. Qarl Nord--
berg, yesterday found' himself on
the side lines for part of the scrim-
mage, with Roger Grove,hitherto' a
halfback and the star punter, tak-
lug his place.1

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is reported to be a plunging back
that may prove hard to -stop.
The rest of the team will line
up with Strokis and either Cor-
nell or Reynolds at ends, Johnson
and Harrsen at tackles, Nickel or
Seborg at guards, and Frankoski
at center.
Coach Courtright has juggled the
lineup of the Junior Varsity some-
what. The backfield will be com-
posed of Geistert at quarterback,
Wilson and Lytle at halves and
Hughes at fullback. Carter and
either Kerr or Smith are due to
start at ends, Bergman and Hager
or Mayer at tackles, Sullo and
Bauer or Morgan at guards with
Cooke at Senter.
Patton's injury is expected toI
keep him out of the game which
has necessitated the shifting of
Cooke to the center position. The
others who will make the trip are
Beidenweg, Decker, Gundry, Pearl-
man, Patton andWidman.

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gan. They do not see how Te
Wolverines backs can penetrate the
Illinois forward wall. They may+
see today.
Physically the squad is in ex-
cellent shape for the confilct with
the Wolverines. Practice this week
has been light, because of the fact
that this is the third Conference
foe in three weeks to be faced:
Hearing that Michigan had al
strong passing attack, Zuppke de-
voted considerable time to working
out a defense against it.
Since Zuppke and Yost have
been clashing on the gridiron vic-
tories stand at four apiece, so this
game today is a sort of rubber con-
test. xIt's the Orange and Blue
against the Maize and Blue, the
Indians aaginst the Wolverines,
Zuppke against Yost. May the bet-
ter win.

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FOR SALE
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FOR SALE-Three tickets to Illi-
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FOR SALE-Ladles' sapphire blue
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CHICAGO-The racing season on
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after having ,been open for 158
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the winner in the final race of the
year.

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The New Shades of Blue, Oxford Greys,
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Some 50 incheslong.

A wonderful assortment'of new,
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LOST-Gruen wrist watch, ini-'
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FOR RENT
FOR RENT-Piano studio to rent
by the hour for practicing morn-
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5407. 36,37,38
FOR RENT-2025 Hill St. Long
lease is desired. University peo-
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FIRST METHODIST
CHURCH .
Cor. State and Washington Sts.
Arthur W. Stalker, D.D., Minister
Samuel J. Harrison, Associate
Minister and Student Director
10:30 a. m.-Morning Worship.
"Loyalty," Dr. Stalker's sermon
subject.
12 noon-Bible Classes for stu-
dents at Wesley Hall.
6 p. m.-Fellowship hour at
Wesley Hall.
6:45 p. m .-Joint meeting of all
the Guilds in Auditorium of
First Methodist Church. Presi-
dent C. C. Little will speak on
the subject: "The Church and
the Campus."

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
R. Edward Sayles, Minister.
Howard R. Chapman, Minister
for Stidents
10:30-Mi. Sayles will preach on
"The Hunger' for Righteous-
ness."
12:00 - Students.: This group
meets at Guild House for class
study under Mr. Chapman, at
same hour.
5:30-Young People's' Friend-
ship Hour.
6:45-This Guild joins in union
Inter-Guild meeting at First
M. E. Church: President Lit-
tle will speak': "The' Church
and the Campus."

BETHLEHEM
EVANGELICAL CHURCH
(E'-agelcal Syund of'4 A.)
Fourth Ave., etwee Packard'
ai'Williams
Rev. C. William Roth
9:00-Sunday' school:
10:00-English - service.
11:00-German service.-

FIRST CONGREGATIONAL
Corneri State and William Std.
AllIso'n Ray Heaps, Minister-
10:45-Morning- Worship. Ser-
mon topic: .The Religious
Message of Tolstoi.'
9:30-Sunday school.
6:39--Student Fellowship.
Union meeting at the Metho-
dit church. President Little
will conduct the discussion.

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PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Huron and Division Sts.
Merle H. Anderson, Minister
Dale H Moore, Associate
Mrs. Nellie B Cadwell, Secretary;
for Women
9:30 a. h.-Church School.
10 a. m.-Student Class in- Audi-
torium.
10:45 a. m.-Morning Worship,;
Sermon, "Christian Citizen-;
ship."
5:30 p. m.-Social hour for;
young people.
6:45 p. m.-United meeting of
all Young People's groups at
the Methodist Church
Speaker, President Clarence C.
Little.

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Division and Catherine Sts.
Rev. Mr. Henry Lewis, Rector
Rev. Mr. 1 L. Harris, Assistant
0:04 a. m--Holy Communion.
9:30 a. m.-Holy Communion
(Harris Hall),
9:30 a. m -The Church School.
11:00 a. m.-Holy Communion
and Sermon.
!:00 a. m.-Th. Iindergarten.
The Student Supper will be
Meld at 5:30 p. m. this Sunday.
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White Broadcloth

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Also the Arrow "Trump"
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10:30 a. ni.-Service with sermon'
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409 S Division St.
1o:30 a. m.-Regular Morning
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