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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1920

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MICHIGAN -INVADES Match King Obtains PRFSO
ILLINOIS I11N OVEST A9TTACKS C H
Alumni Entbusiasm 1
ijg Tn Champs Seek Revenge Iso Counti
for 30 Defecat of LISRPR
Last Year. CAM RPR
FEW HANGS INLIN~JP1(Continued From Pag
______one modiern inlstance'
Maize and Blue Squad is in Good ploymeti h-
:s -paid more than the
Condition for Memorial
for such work. Mai
Stadium Battle. read these words vill
' ing been served at m~
Continuied ]From Page 1, Col. 7) Slaughter, an All-Ani
ci~idered ore of the tartest backs baill player. One woul
iri the Big Ten, although he was in- !'if' there were slush fii
jured early in the iMicliig n -lii- money jobs for ath'i
iiois game last; season 'and did not have been 'oneot'
see 'much setvice against the Wol- AR dIC3Iht ficiaris. Many oth
vcrins. IWar Kreuger :might be mrntionzed,
Illinois is expected to launch a !Eead of the Swedish match in- was so conspicuous th4
fast ru~nning attack tomorrow, dustry, Who loanedl the Germnan s erve my purpose.
with Lanum hitting. the line fob 'government $125,00,0,000 in return 3) Several years
variety.' Although" passes 'did not for a match molnopoly. KreugYer athletes made fairly
play a prominent part in the Illu- I once sold real estate in Chicago.3 in soliciting advertisi
nois-Iowa mud battle, Coach______________________________
Zuppke may use them against'
Michigan after Ohio State's -sue-,
c~s.The Illilni backs will 'be pa-' I-
ti ularly hard to stop as the" In- ! YM IIV E S 17 jjT
dians are employing their fan'ed
blocking; to advantage, especially on
end runs. The chief Illinois weak-
nzess revealed to date has been the;e Ael o f Ot 2
the line, an elusive back has a good
chance to get to the Illinois, de-MA I E S TU P Y
f ense. M TNE . P I
Coach Kipke has been drilling
the Wolverines in a variety of
trick plays 'to spring on the Il-
lini tomorrow. A great many for- ~J
be revealed for the edification and
expected dismay of the 'Illinois
team. These plays may inject the
necessary scoring~ punch into the1Y
Michigan attack, which has been
lack~ing in recent gamnes. Should 'JOHN GJALSWORI Y
Reston start, the Indians May find
diffic'ulty in bringing down this
shifty runner.
In Peters' absence, Mills will get Lxc~'lciit Cast /Jnad lzrodtucionE
the punting assignment for the I1-
lini. Sirr.rall will again duo the
kicking, for the, Wolverinegs. At-]Pie
thouigh not possessing the reserve
strenigth that has'characterized the , VM .atii
last' two chamipionsnip Illinois t ~
tearus, 'Coach Zuppke 'has 'somteFoRervtosP ne43
capable substitute backs. HuMber ,FoRervtnsP ne45
YanuskusK and Root 'have shZown
their ball carrying ability in early
Society CommittEe-s I~
+~x Theed Picture Sensation of All Times!

S directory issued in Detroit. The' Some of these prospects are ath- tions go, and generallyinitensely could not be directed to disband
ci o mmisateria hywedu e ,a that n fe s, many arc not, but we do not loyal, as witness for example, the1 or cease their activities. It was
cent years students who j have Ilear of the latter. In' this effort I unusual amount of alumni gifts to not long, however, until local dis-
x tackled the, job have been driven do not believe that Michigan alum- the University. Because of these; approval, together with other ref-
to give up because they could n~ot ni differ in the least from those of factors' it my well'b that pros-
maeexese. #te colleges. There is no doubt' pective stud its hear more about sons, led to the dropping of the:
in my mind that occasionally Michigan than they do about many, rjet
Stt Sme (4) This charge and the one alumni, whatever their school, OV~- other Universities. i ,I em outu hte
Staed anenumbered (6) imay be grouped to erzte the bounds' of propriety. (5)Isem dobfltfeh:
lnivrsi y g'~thcr. The charges imply that' htteei n raiain About ten years agto there was any wide generalizations should
this org(an zA system cc-nters in ;subtle or otherwise, for the. fur- organized in Detroit a sort of com- 1be Indulged in on the basis of some
andis ontolld b th atletc ,therance of any such practices on mittee, one of the chief purposes of I etter5by" the " Alumnfi treasures~
department. behalf of this University. I most, which was' the 'pursuasian of like-I whoever he is. expressing approval
7 ;T'TRUE I ha-ve no doubt that Michigan einiatically deny. Michigan alum- i ly athletic material.' These. people of the act of some alumnus in gig--
alumni do try to interest pros- ii are numerous, widely scattered, l~ot being under 'the control of the, ing a high school athlete a' 4Q mile
pcctive students in the. University.: well' organized as alunii organiza- University or of the Athletic Board [trip to see the University.
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currentrt
any w ho imayj
1f recall hay-
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merican foot-,'
id think that
inds or' easy-z
etes he would
-1e first bene-,
her exarnplr's
but th-is o1n-e
at it may well
ago a few%
good money
,g' for a new
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Semester's Program
Kenneth Stuart, president of the
Business Administration Club, yes-
terday announced "committees for
the year'~s activities. 'The member-
shiips committee consists of Jack
Wilcox, '31l, B. A d. chairman, Don-
ald Hall,. '30, B Ad., and Fred
1 ttchell, '31, 13. Ad.'
*6thei' committees are program,
Thomas Win-ters. '30, B. Ad., chair-
mail, Milton Drake, '30, B. Ad., anid
Marden Hubbard, 531, B. Ad.; the
social committee' Edward Duper-
nell. 130, B: Ad, Henry Girardini, '31,
B. Ad., and Karsten Kennedy, '31,
B. Ad. ;
The student relation committee,
Ervin LaRowe, '30, B. Ad., chair-*
man; Dort Pettis, '3f, B. Ad., Wil-
bur Chapman,' '31, B. Ad., and the
schiool promotion' committee, May-
nary Beukema, '30, B. Ad., chair-
man; nichard 'Chapman ,'31, B. Ad.,,
anfd Walter' Harris, '31, 'B. Ad. The
social committee will meet next
week to formulate plans for a party
late in Novembeor.
Latin Faculty Visits
Education Corference
Twtonmembers of the farculty of
the Latin Department have been
absent for several days from the'
UOiversity to attend meetings of
the Michigan Educational Asso-
ciationl, 2an organization composed
of t-eaellrs 'of the State of Michi-
goni~i mtiag for the discussion of
teaching problems' and for the
reading of educational papers.
Prof.' James E. Dunlap of the
Latin Departmnent spoke in Grand
Rapds and Traverse City before
the 'classical section of the Asso-
ciation. October 22 Professor Dun-
lap spoke 1in Traverse City on "With
Virgil Around the Bay of Naples".
Tlizis same lecture was delivered
publicly in Manistee the foilowing
day. In Grand Rapids Professor
Duilap 'addressed the Association's
auienlce on "Life io Old Pompeii."
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with Thomas Mitcfiell
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