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THE MICHIGAN DAI LV4___._

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T E N GRIDIRON T EAMS KEEN'S ANDp COURTWRIGHT'S TE AMS CL A SS I F I E
WILL SEE ACTION THIS WEEK HOLD REGULAR PRACTICE SESSIONS ADVERTISIN-

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(By Associated Press)
EAST LANSING, Oct. 3-Another
polishing up on new plays to be
used ggainst Albion college Satur-
day, faces the M1fichigan State foot-
ball team today.
Tuesday Coach Harry Kipke's
Spgrtans tied out a number of'
new formations against the fresh-
men and they seemed to be work-
ing with a fair degree of success.r
Two possible changes will be
made in the' first string lineup,
Coach Kipke has announced. With
Jack dhlback in shape, he is anxi- I
qous 'o see just what the stocky
Detroiter can do and he should see
Sozs iderable action at Roger
G;ove's halfback post Kipke alsok
annaunced that* Kurie Whlo flash-
ed good form against IKalamazoo
miay replace Verne Dickeson.
Car ilqrdberg at quarter and the
"IrnP~z uke" H-enry Schau at full-
pack, seem to have their jobs cinch-
ecl fo the time being.
Line Coaches Wilson and Van-
dervoort seem content with the
forward wall sent against Kalama-a
zoo Wihich was composed of Capt.k
Hornbeck and Anderson, ends;l
Joslin ?nd Christensen, tackles;t
Hitchings and Moeller, guards, and
Smead, center.r

Bucky Harris
Who was relieved of his position
as manager qf the Washington club
by o rier Clar Griffith on Tues-
day following a rather unsuccess-
ful season fore the Senators. Har-
ris' future plans are not known
but it is probable that he will seek
another position as manager. The
rumor of his possible assumption
of the reins of the Detroit Tigers
still lacks confirmation by the De-
troit management. .
Harris came to the Senators in
1919 and as manager in 1924
brought the first American League
p e n n a n t to Washington and
through a sensational comeback
annexed the Worlds Series from
the New York Giants. In 1925 he
repeated in the American league
but lost to the Pirates in the inter-
league classic. The Washington
club stumbled badly this year, fin-
ishing fourth. Early in the sum-
mer the word was spread about
that the Griffith owned club prob-
ably would be under new manage-
ment before the 1929 season start-
ed.
Trio Of Fall Sports
To Begin At Madison

Sophomore and physical ed foot- Wednesday, and Friday morning. LOST
This Saturday yill see all of the their strongest opponents of the ball team candidates have now The squad is composed of some
Big Ten foptball elevens in action year when Oklahoma brings a I started work in earnest, and are good sized men, but there is a lack LOST- A Log Log Duplex slide
against opponents ho arexect-'beefy eleven from the Southwest. holding regular practice sessions. of line material, as most of the rule in Carter's Lunch. Call 887
edgtotst thesrent of te xpC- In addition to their threat of heavy The sophomore team of 49 men is members are ends or backs. C W. Schurrzr 9-10-11
d . h men the Sooners are reputed to working out every night on funda- The personnel of the physical ed _----
ference teams in varying degrees. possess a dazzling aerial attack. mentals and signals. Coach Keen squad is as follows: Bradford, Bur- LOST--V B T fraternity pin, dia-
With the exception of Ciicago and Faced with the temporary loss if stated that his men would be in nam, Butler, Chaterton, Clark, Cog- iond shape. Finder please re-
Indiana all of the tpans are to Captain Weislow and backed by shape to scrimmage by the first of gins, Daniels, Gersbock, Gouze, tuz>i to R. J. Livingston. Phone
get their first taste of battle the shadow of one defeat, Coach next week. Wilson, a quarterback, Hazen, Hudson, Kiagler, Krolczyk, 3590.-ard offered. 8,9,1
. .Perhaps'trcs-- Stagg is putting his squad through on the sophomore squad, has been La Jeunesse, Lang, Limoges, Lind- LOST--Athletic coupon book 1781
Ph"p_ attracting the m ost at- a strenuous week of practice in promoted to the B team. say, McLillan, McLeod, McMahori, Pe s return to Yost Field t-Iouse
tention as the promise of a real preparation for a hard game with Freshman physical eds started Maksimowicz, Mason, Menzel, Mer- 8,9,10
football game Wvith two strong an invader from the West, Wyom- work this week with a squad of 37 rill, Moore, Phelps, Prouse, Russo,
teams pitted against each other ing, of which little is known. players. These men work out from Sarkozy, Simmons, Smith, Stoll, ~OST--ted povernigho cemoved
will be the Wisconsin-Notre Dame _ until 10 o'clock each Monday, Fhriesch Urquhart Walle Woodruff brown shoes and stockings from.
tussle at MTadison. I 'spit of the ',. .. ,1 1ltlllpIllllllill11l~llltll91lilllli lLocker 200, Women's Athletic
n tslatMdsn Insifh.building last Friday is known and
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Butler Eleven Drills r
~or OG#ne WitI) Purple
INDIANAPOLIS, Oct. 3-"On to
Northwestern" will be the battle
cry at Butler this week. Enthusi-
asm is now reaching a high pitch
and it is believed that a crowd of
more than 500 persons will follow
Potsy Clark and his Bulldogs to
Dyche stadium Saturday to witness
the opening game on the Blue and
; White card.
Potsy Clark will drill his crippled
pulldogs overtime this week in a
inal effort to get the team in the
hest possible condition for the sea-
son's opener. Stiff workouts are on
the program until Thursday, sat
which time the Bulldog mentor will
let down on his drills. Friday
norning the Blue and White will
board a train for Chicago where
. hey will hold a light workout in
Wiyche stadium iiA the afternoon.

MADISON, Oct. 3-Fall sports at
Wisconsin will open in grand style
here Saturday when three Varsity
teams swing into action against
opponents of high rank in the mid-
dle West. The feature will be the
football game at Camp Randall
stadium which brings the Cardi-
nals and Notre Dame together in
the greatest "curtain raiser" ever
played here.
The Wisconsin c r o s s-country
squad, winner of the Big Ten title
for the last four years, will meet
the Irish harrier team in their first
scheduled race. The Varsity crew;
is to engage the Lincoln Park Boat
club eighth of Chicago in a one and
a quarter-mile dash on Lake Men-
dota.

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FOOTBALL MANAGERS
All second semester fresh-
mnen and sophomores wish-
ing to try out for football
managers report at 2:15
o'clock any afternoon at
Ypst fieldhouse.
Dan Norton, Manager.

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Come in and see -
the new fall styles
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WANTED
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' children, afternoons or evenin
Call 8156. 10,
NOTICE-H. W. Clark Shoe Fa
tory, corner of South Universi
and Forest. Let us save you
percent on your repair wo
Only one shoe factory in tow:
Riding boots from $10 up; ga
shoes from $8 up; moccasins
ten different leather styles,
All kinds of shoes "made to yo
measure.
WANTED-Tutors. Proficient a
experienced in any Univers
course. Phone 7927 between
and 5 daily. 9,10,
WANTED-Girl wishes to share h
apartment with either busin
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WANTED-Assistant manager
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Others at forty-five dollars.

BOARD-Strictly home-cooked fc
by week. 508 Elm St. Secc
house from Geddes. Phone 75
6, 7, 8, 9, 10,
Paris' new fashion of woos
hats.isgradually being accept
The' headpieces preserve the cloc
shape, and are trimmed with dl
cately carved ornaments. They
said to be as light and comforta
as. felt and much more cura
because they do not crease. Tl
are, however, much more exp
sive.
Freshmen women at UniverM
of Nebraska are wearing gri
buttons in order to distingv
them from upper classmen.
Freshman rules at Harvard

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