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SATruRDAY, DECIEMBE~R t, 19Z~

TIHIF VII CHI-lI GAN

DAILY

Kipke Extolled Far Fine It ~ f Vichigan State TeaC

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SHAH IAN UHIUUUH FORMER ALAEIA
Coos S11 019swng Afinst MichiganI
Ajid North Carolina Wind Up
Suiccessful Scasan -
STATE OUTSCORES RIVALS r,
ECAST LANSING, Mich., Dc .-
ecPublic opinion has judged the rec- <
ord of Harry Kipke in his first year {r :....;{
as head foot ball coach at Michi-
gan State College and. has render-
-ed a verdict of "successful."
Cold statistics have pointed to a
msason ~just closed in wvhich Michi-.
gan _State won .three gamzes, drop-:.:
pard four and tied one. But Michi-
gan State fans are telling every-.. <.:"
bbcy that statistics don't count for
much. A late-season drive that
saw Michigan State hold the Wol-
verines of the University of Michi- ?
gan to a 3 to :0 score and defeat'
North Carolina State, 7 to 0, left j ~ '
.godtaste ;to a season that had, :;.:
its bitter :moments.'
Upset ='By Albion
With the eyes of the Middle West Harry Kipke
upon him, Coach Kipke drove his
green Varsity through a 103 to 0 centrated on the youthful Nord-!
vcoyover Kalamazoo college in berg who, despite a number of mis-
the first game of the year-a vie-:; takes in judgment during the sea-:
tory'which astounded the Michigan son, developed well.
sporting public. And then, just as jplayers Developed
abruptly, the Spartans bowed to,:
Albin Clleg bya scre 2 t 0.A dearth of tackles, due primarily:
Thein upse sbystatiated the claito an injury early in the season to
Thatpe sbtntae the Klmzosrigclaimi- George Ferrari, a veteran, led
thathe aadzkedupcorain agei-lipke to shift one of his star ends,f
vo thed Gread uWhite. antaeI Christenson, to a tackle job. Joslin
As ws epecedMiciga Stte;was somewhat of a disappointment.
As ws exectd, Mchian Sate Finally came the difficult task of
easily, defeated Chicago Y. M. C. A. making a punter. Grove, who was,~
College in its next game. Then the' not even regarded as aposblt
big Red Devils of Colgate came to! at the opening of the season, under
East Lansing and took a 16 to 0' Kipke's tutelage was one of the best I
victory from Kipke's charges, ankiersents year at the Uni-'
outcome which surprised no orte.' versity of Michigan stadium.

WILL GT

WRESTLING TOURNEY
UNDER WAY NETWEE

Hawkeye Cage Card
.Includes 17 Games

Interests in Intramaural sports for i l be e, it

i 111I11tluC.a i 1 ,. . ;' ;h. 'I'll "!'hc C)[tiiv)
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thle corning we,,Y wih eniter around llowevecrilln "e 'of a d(raw it theJAJYVi'k uryyI, IJcc.i. -,_)o vaned'(
the annual e"ndrrtra~vwrlC~ of the bout, t here will be a the cozi)Ctti facingt their, Htt
' iug tournamet, which is selled- two-]'flifut^ c ns l) ciiod al- the University of Iowa basketball
tiled e ozmnfx(,2 at 7 0('c l.,E lowed to (.'hrnue the winner. In teamn will imee~t a doZeii(lifTlreflI
r~ij .ay evening , ithe new tyIn iu - theclpcliinhtiiary clashes, an advan--
spotta c of 31- secondls will be ucessary team;; nom 10 A ates duiring 'its
Thi met wll u~~ ~ to obtain a d ceision, whilp in the 27 2rai'C ' ho110l, a surmaiixV imade
conduc^.ted by the Jntrd mural(do- da rounds the time will be ex- at tho departinent o[ athletics
partment, the entry list ntow in- t;-ndedc to 45 seconds, shows.-' The lIawkcyes w.ill play
eluding more than 200 namves, ' ie 1new sp ?'ia)us wrestling; room; at least one tearn fronm each of:
which greatly outnumbers those of :{z the Int ramnural sports building the six states bordering low,-), will
previous years. The tournament wilAl allo v, eat two of thetise clash with a teami from a di flerent,
evidently, has gained its p~opularity 'Patchles to be rimn off at, the same 3 state in each non'-clonfi Fre g ame,;
thir ug h th e entr ance requireimenats tili". with 4' airsity let ternien ref- and for the first t hue ,Jill travel
wich bar Varsityimeni, past oc (Weileiag al lihaul , There will be zasL for r a amewit 11 P'ittsbuitrghl.
present, and:.also mnmral onnrs :ly tIlire rounllds, the meet being; w. niest(litea~ill repi-
who, if maillowed to c(uiter. XtoIlid tend (5 E )1(1 n'j~edill reguil r touirinment e i hatfof the sl, ties. InItiis
to mionoplr/,e ct]'ic various (Iivio3S s tyle. (~la5S arie iL uiezsota, MNichig aii,'
to te exlusof sof lic Lz ine- ieiaa i, Oji o, anld So~i lot a.
to the exclusions of the other nwx- w mw 1)011 z onofthe e ol'il ('tadil tr W'1enalea h
lenieed mlen. wil VCJOiiu~l)UiAind N o tn"ld' i T~e s ol hee
The Intramural ]epart!"I ?il, will awIrd(, 1th1cflrat I rut y securing; the Ap t fIlni emCwg
conduct the zmeet by dividing'uhe. Jar 1;'icsi, nmber of1. pcizt5 duing itthe ApCrfe1ight u isly fOlcl
(different weights into eight Ecdvi- < e{:utpotit~on xwill receive. a tr'ophy. w cm a ras ;a' msa
sicns. Each mn wtill be allowed Entratscwonibe ble toweighinlt's ijlr
pitz'aiswil beabl toweih n Id Marq#uctt~ zicriyo i
three pounds overweight, but if heieither at 'WatQrinan gyro or at the waukee is the stanclard bea er of;
imps the scales -by a greater ma.,rgint Intra muvra] buildinig at 3 o'c lock Wiscusin. The MI souiri delegate is
lie will be forced to enter the next iicnday afternoon. Onzly one: Washimngtoil university of St..'
division2. we ig~hing in will be required. The ' us hl enyvnasrp
It has been decided to allow live; bouts will start promnptly' at 7 'rosentative is the University of
minutes for each of the prelimi- o'clock the same night. Pittsburgh.
nary bouts, while the final bouts______________

BHADOER GRID PLAYERS'
ELET~PARKSCATI
Ilc' .? 1 111:;11 ' )le. 7. ; I J10 si
1929i' foo hai l.t ain i eled by a ?
you] !1)11 man~il :r" whose cxpanie i .; pa s
liec1:-i isnvwystat 1 h
Followilili ; a hd J eier "at
ti kli ~ii f" e i~ i se %ll , l, IPa r{:s; play ,.
ed f resilina u l .oot ball latWse

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MississippitA. o& iM. rated as the. -_
under dog of the Southern Confer-
ence, played. Michigan State off its
feet in the last half of their battle
to score a tie. The game was a
disappointment to Spartan fans,t
with the Green and White unable1
to convert their opportunities into'
touchdowns.I
Come Back After Defeat
And then came the 'bitter collapse
of the State eleven, when the pow-
erful "University of Detroit 'team
walked from the field with a 39 to
o victory. Just as it seemed that
the team had been demoralized,~
Michigan State came back in its
last two games to close the season
in glory.
The task of developing a winl-
nling team at Michigan State was 1
not an easy one. Kipke had his
worries. Anxious 'to depend on a;
field general not accustomed to the
old regime, the State mentor con-I

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222-214 S. Main St.

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styles smart for. any

SUNDAY

CHURCH

SERVICE

IMPORTED
ENGLISH
WHITE
BROADCLOTH
SHIRTS
Special For
'Today
$1.75
Blox of 3 for $5
F. W. GROSS
309 South Main

occasion. Try them
oi.. See how well they
The La Salle
look --- how welcome
their comfort. And at
a price easy to pay,
Mostly $ 7 to $10
W -ir's Shoe Store
108 S. Main

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ONLY'TWELVE DYS I %ar i
TILL XMAS VACATION
I'
You know and we knowv that you wish to look
~ your very best when you meet your sweetheart3
and friends back htome. Then why i , t -o down
t oday and let Mr. Del Prete fit, youi with a new f
SiO'coat, and Tuxedo? Mr. Del Prete prom-
ises to send you homre with the finest fitting clothesI
you have ever had, regardless of trice.And ' w
where they spare no expense in fittng your ciothas.
Wedo our own alterations and any iii e you arc
A not satisfied we want it back.
BTTERP O'COAUTS .$40nd $45
BTO-PANTCSUTS $-,40,ad 45
SILK LINED TUXEDO , .$35J
Special Gordon Cord Coats $8.95
r ~~(slicker lined)

( u A.' vav~ .r v^ .veu Nr. State a lw I a binigtoii I
Samuerl ctJ.Iau'i soai, Aaaociate
Minister anld Stuidenit Director
10:30 a.,in. -Morning Worship.
"Jesus With a Moral Skeptic,"
Dr. Stalk-er's serin subjeoct.
12 :00 noo---Bible Classes for
Students at Wesley Hall.
6:00 p.i.---"The Reach for the
D ivine," Leona lBrafdt,'s sub-
ject for Devotional Meeting.
7:30 pa. i.----Wcsleynin Guild lee-
tore, Rev. George C. Pidgeon
ofi Toron to, CaInada. Subjct,
"The Mani and His Environ-
ien'it."
M~erle II, Ajudersim, l1i'stelr
Dale 11.I.lluore, A,s6;iat
Mrs'.. Nellie U. (':-dwell, Secretary
for Women
9):30 a, . Church iSchool.
10) a. Il.---- Stuckent Class in Audi-
toiriumi.
10:45-a ini.---Mtn g Woirship.
,5 e r min , "The El'verlastitm)' '
Mercy" (a 'study of Masefilihis
poem).
5:30 p. im.--Social Hlour for
Young; Peop'e.
6i:30)p. m.---Youug I'eopl(':
meeting. There will be a Carl1
Seryice with a inusical pro-
g;rami, and reading's by Ithmie
Cofi'man.

I RST BAP TISTI CIHURCIH
R, Edward rSayles, AMinister
H~oward R~. Claiaui, 11lmister
for Students
10:'30--Mr. Sayles 'will preach,
Topic, "Hold Fast to That
Which Is Good."'
12:00 -- The Church School.
12:00----The Student group mjeets
at Guild House. Mr. Cha,,p-.
Sal's cour~se on N. T. H-istory.
5:30- Special friendship hour
to meet Miss Greenough,
0i:30-----Thie devotional meting.
Miss Frances 3rcecnough will
give the addiress, M~iss Grceen-
oug h is Njtional Student Sec-
retary.

LWNANM LICAI. CHUIRCII
(Evangelical Synod of N. A.)
Fourth. Ave. between Packard
anid Williams
'Theodoire It.Szhniale
9:00---Sunday ,school.
10:00.-l n1imgh hservice..
11:t0---Gerinan service.
church
rci~gulari y
Sundaivs
FIRKSTl'CHUIRCHI01"
CIHRIST, SCIENTIIST
'409 S . Division St.

SCornmer State and WIlIia tet)s.
Allison Itay Heai, Minister
-O A: i. la. in MIlrnag Worshillp.
Sermon by Dr. Ceor, 1L. Cady.
rTopic,, "Ourt DeJA to Michigan
Pioneers."}
9: 'J-Chuirch ISchool.
l rol'. ;. RU.Hayden, custodiaio
Of O Claeet;'s Jiar,Ig.is)an
1i lustrated j e 'tiit'e, "PacOlI,ti
auud PIrolemaas of time Philip-
I AIStAJPAL CHURCHI
IJi v i'Sinimald Cathberine omts.
R~ev. Mr. Hecnry Lewis, "Rector
Itev. Mr. TI. L. Harris, Assistant
:011 a. aln. xIlcly Communion.
9 : il) a. in. '-Holy Communion
9, 30)<a. iii.-- T.1he ChI'urchi School.
! l :00;i a. --Mom ig Prayer andx~t
Secrlao. P reca chl'cr, Henry
8oloist, Mr'. Philip Calkill.
i scuzssion, The Rev. TI.1J.
Pearson of "The Mari~nr
61:301), p UtrhhiStudent Supper,
{lt; aiS hall.)
(M°.PAli'5i SynodA

your
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lViasliugtozs St. at F"iftlh Ave.
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