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The advance sale of seats for this
afternoon's game seems to indicate
that the crowd will reach the 40,000
mark, a figure considerably greater
than that of a year ago. The atten-
dance record for the State tilt last
season was 32,000.
Michigan State rooters are
expected to be on hand in full
force to cheer their team in its
bid for victory, and the well-
drilled military band will vie
with the Maize and Blue
musicians between halves.
It is interesting to note that all
three of the Varsity coaches at
Michigan State were numbered
among the members of the Michi-
gan team in 1921. It was the first
year of Varsity competition for'
Kipke and Vand0rvort, and the
fourth for Wilson.
'Gob' Wilson, the Spartan
head line coach, will be remem-
bered as one of the star line-
men on the Michigan teams of
1918, 1919, 1920, and 1921. In
spite of his small stature, he
was considered one of the most
capable performers on the
team.
After completing his collegiate
career Wilson took up coaching
duties in the South, and spent some
time at the University of Alabama.
This fall he came to East Lansing
to fill the place of Edriff Slaughter,
another ex-Wolverine star, who
was slated to assist Kipke,
Like the Green and White
head coach, rd Vandervort is a
Lansing high school product.
He played one of the tackle
positions in 1923, his first and
last year of competition as a
regular.
The Wolverines will be anxious
to chalk up some additional points
on the Michigan side of the scoring
column against the invaders. Un-
less they succeed this season's rec-
ord bids fair to take its place
among the few during which Maize
and Blue teams have been out-1
scored.
Thus far Michigan has regis-
tered only 23 points as com-
pared to 55 for their opponents,
and with Iowa listed as the
final opponent of the season,
next Saturday, this afternoon's
tilt looms as the sole oppor-
tunity to better the present
mark.
In the Ohio Wesleyan game the
Wolves totalled 7 points to 17 for i
the opposition; Indiana won 6-0;
Ohio State 19-7; Wisconsin 7-0;
Illinois was defeated 3-0; and Navy
tied 6-6.
To discover the leanest scor-
ing years in Michigan grid his-
tory one must go back to the
seasons of 1910 and 1911 when
the Maize and Blue team won

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three tilts by margins of one
touchdown and tied two others Eli And Tiger Clash Overshadows
at 3-all. Colorful Array Of Grid
Contests In East
In contrast to Michigan's bulky
forwardwall which apveragaes somn- TITANS TO PLAY FORD-HAM
Kipke will place his hopes on a 1 v )Assoctd Tmes
comparatively light but very fast N
combination, the heavier candi-I NEW YORK, Nov. 16.-Coming
dates having been benched in favor; into the home stretch of the foot-
of the speedier men. ball season, many teams tomorrow '
| will be fighting for their competi-
Christensen, who is slated to tive lives. Army and Navy are the!
start at left tackle is a trans- exception for the two service teams
formed end. Last season he have scheduled opponents goodG
played one of the flank posi- enough to be interesting. but not
tions but finding himself in believed dangerous to the peace
need of a capable tackle, Kipke of mind.
has drilled him to fill the posi- Army will tune up for Nebraska
tion. by playing Carleton of Minnesota
while Navy takes on Loyola of
Two players who faced Michigan Baltimore in preparation for
last year will be watching the start Princeton a week away.
of the game from the Spartan Tradition Is Ancient
bench, as Ernie Deacon, quarter- Most of the other contestants go
back and Harry Schau, fullback, about the games for this week in|
are not stated to appear in the a serious mood. For some of them
opening lineup, the success of the season is hang-
ing in the balance.
Last year's tilt which went In the leading traditional game, I1
to Michigan, 21-0, will be re- I just 55 years old. Princeton will I
membered as a rather drab af- forget all about its 0 to 0 tie with
fair, in which the Wolverines Virginia and a 6 to 6 deadlock with
settled down to a defensive Ohio State if the Tigers can turn
game after jumping into an back Yale. The Elis by the same
early lead in the opening quar- figuring will throw the Army and'
ter. Maryland defeats out of the book
if they can take the Tiger skin!
Troubled in the early games o: back to New Haven.
the season by the lack of a kicker, Tartans Meet Irish
Kipke has apparently found the so- Notre Dame's defeat of Army
prosingspoblmore. Grove, a has brought the game with Car-
promising sophoore.n r ,rnegie at South Bend to the front
rank for the Tartans from Pitts-!
HIGH GRIDDERS burgh who have not been stopped.
The followers of Rockne and his
PLAY SAGINA W fighting come-back team have to,
go back 23 years t9 find a record
of. a Notre Dame defeat in theirr
Ann Arbor high school's football Hoosierhabitat, and many believe
eleven will battle with Saginaw it cannot be done.
Eastern high today at Saginaw. Detroit, undefeated against fair-
The squad left here yesterday aft- I ly sturdy opposition, plays Ford-!
ernoon by bus and was to stop in ham at the Polo Grounds of New'
Flint for dinner before going on to York while Missouri is taking on
Vassar where they spent the night. New York University at the neigh-
A brief "skull" practice was to be boring Yankee stadium. If Ford-
held this morning before leaving ham should prove the first to dent
for the scene of the grid contest. the armor of the Titans everyone
connected with the Maroon institu-
TORONTO.-Tom ,Heeney has tion would be willing to call it a
expressed the hope of becoming the season. Missouri's Tigers are con-
next heavyweight champion of the ceded no more than an outside
world. He will leave here soon to chance no more than an outside
go to New York where he will start chance against the powerful N. Y.
traing. U. crowd.

WILL LEAD WOLVERNES IOWA-WISCONSIN TILT
-, 'TOP'S BIG TEN GAMES

Ted Wuerfel.
Who will leach the Michigan cross
country squad today in a meet with
the Michigan State harries. Wuer-
fel finished second last week in
the triangular meet at Columbus
with Ohio State and Illinois and
has been running in great form this
year.'
Northwestern Paper
Stirs Chicago Team
Editorial In Daily Northwestern
Suggests Chicago Has
Left Big Ten
CHICAGO, Nov. 18-University ofl
Chicago students are up in arms
because of an editorial in the Daily
Northwestern, student publication
of Northwestern University, whichj
suggested that Chicago quit Big
Ten athletics "because of the in-
different .success of its teams."
Some of the most irate planned
retributive action, recalling the sev-
erance of athletic relations be-
tween Chicago and Northwestern
two years ago, but university of-
ficials are doing'their best to quell
the disturbance.j
Athletic director "Tug" Wilson
of Northwestern was the first to'
rally to the defense of Coach Amos
Alonzo Staggs of Chicago, review-
ing his record as football coach-
a record that shows eight football
championships in 37 years and nu-
merous ties.

Clash At Iowa City Probably Will
Aid In Determining Leader
Of Conference Race
BADGERS WANT VICTORY
Leading by far the other two
games between Big Ten elevens in
point of interest, the struggle at
Iowa City today between the un-
beaten Hawks and the Badgers,
their strong rivals for the Con-
ference football crown, has all the
,potential possibilities of being one
I of the big "thrillers" of the year.
Iowa has in turn vanquished
Chicago, Minnesota, and Ohio State
and confidence that they will again
trot from the field conquerers has
gotten into the Hawk's camp until
it is dangerously close to the stage
of overconfidence. Providing they
beat' the Badgers, the Iowa eleven
believehthey are headed straight
for the title with only one stum-
bling block in their way, Michigan,
ithe big question mark of the cur-
rent football season.
Hawks Given Edge
A victory for Wisconsin means
just as much to them for another
victory over Minnesota whom. they
meet next week, will give them un-
disputed right to claim the Big Ten
championship. Critics, have given.
Iowa a very slight edge over Wis-
consin which may account for the
fact that Coach Thistlethwaite is
not sharing the worries of Coach
Ingwersen.
Aside from, Iowa, City and Madi-
sonsihe interest 4n thisglaedis
probably nowhere more intense
than in Ann Arbor. Michigan can
still remember the snakey run of
Cusinier which spelled a Wolverine
daefeat in the final\ minutes of play
in the Wisconsin game and they
are also looking forward to the
game next week with what may
prove to be the leading contenders
for the Conference crown.
Iowa Line Strong
The Wolverines liked' the sessa-
tion of knocking the props out
from under the title hopes of its
bitterest rival, Illinois, and nothing
would suit the team and students
better than to repeat this stunt
next week providing of course that
Iowa wins today. At any rate the
result of today's game will give
some sindication of what may be
expected in Ann Arbor next Satur-
(Continued on Page Seven)

PORTLAND.-Abe Espinoso, of
Chicago, won the Oregon open golf
tournament here by shooting a 72,
two strokes under par.
PHILADELPHIA. - Horace S.
Fogel, former baseball executive,
died here recently from apoplexy.
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