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October 29, 1929 - Image 7

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Y,: OCTOBER-,--_

TH 1 MCH1IA

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CGNFE RENCE
SEES OHVIO

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fI4kIdng Rui
Tein tdfese

IIOWCA BEATS 6A
As the result of Satui
tilts, only four teams r,
defeated in the Big Ten.
,each teamn has flayed 1r
three games, the ester
enice championship will p
won by one of these four
possess clean slates.
Purdue leads the list
victories. tOhio State is se
two witis and a tie, R
Minnesota with one Big
tory. Fcllowin9 close d ii
of the lea~ders coines t
Sillirl, having won tine
tied eone.
fAboiit the biggest surpir
foirded by Indian con66si
weakest teamI in ~ehel
they held the'Bukee
Tl-i Te floosiers clearl~y
thee Ohio Staters, ha'Id
first d~wfns to the Btfckc;
and comrin within stri
tifu""ec o their goal lin
tim es, but, lacking the
punch to score. If Ohio
won the gamne'they would
t~hemnselves in undisputed
Purdue labeled itselfa
of championship quality
tory over Chicago. 'P b
were swamped und~er a2
Although the Chicagot
iandicaped by the loss c
throighijuries, the Bol
showed itheir superiority
deparl mient(of the g
Iiarmieson xwas the init
inn player of tl~iO day, woi
of Po duies touchdowns pa
apass to iiMackbl who too:
:over thle line for thie fount

AYTEN ITAMS REMAIN IN RUJNNING
LfhIFOR NATIONAL GI IR~ON H4ONORS
UPS ~Ten teams, the class of .tneir see-1 dale a 21113 triumph over the West
tions of the United States, remain iPointers. Except for 'The fact ffhat.
in the running for the National title; Georgia, this win over Army wouildf
4I World following Saturday's battles. All have given thenm a chance for th t
tceye ; ten of them have been returned mythical fiationawl title also.
victors in all of their games thus the Blue has been trounced b
I far, and ar'e squarinig 6ff for the! That S.uthern California will n1-
final November drive for the title.' next the far western crown was a7-
±DGERS} The far west is represented by most :assured when they defeatel
Southern California, the Rockies by, Stanford, 7-0; in the feature Pacific, I
rday's grid Utah, the southwest by Texas, the Coast contes't. This win establis hes
Big Ten by Minnesota and Purdue, I Howard Jones' team of huskies :s
emain un- the south by Tennesse and Tulane, big favorites to daown Califorui:i,
*. Although the east by Dartmouth and Pitts- next week and, advance ano(1:,W
but two or burgh, and the country at large by step towards the title.
rn Confer- the Notre Dame Ranfiblers. P~rom--
robabhis groulp of teaI'Ks, a national
,rbby be W 1verIne Defeat
r tht sillclfapion will c6ine.
r1artmouth, led by the unstopp- Hawthorne coffersj
able Al Masters, the leading soier -
with two i of the country, .had an unexpected Led1 by "Chubby" Hicks who scoi--
;econd with any conquest of If-rvard, who pre-I ed a n.69 to tie the course record
olowed by ,iul a honawrdo the Wolverines golf team defeate'l
Ten * j renigth in all their games. The l -Iawthorne Valley Country Club last,
Tnvie- fial, score was 34-7, leaving no ySturday four teen to ten. All rnem-l
ithe heels , icubt in the fans' mninds who was bees of the team shotgodol
ie fighting 6.1c better of the two. HgoodndJacgLnfele,h
i~in~and arvard's' line was no riatchn for wcouki have broken the course re-
!-he fast Stel ping Dartinouthi star, cord if hie would not, have taken a
rise was of vwho thus becamhe the first man in six on the last hole. The 11.1w-;
:fde'ired the th'e count ' to reach the hundred thoine scores ranged from 76 to K1.
nge when point tota fin scoring. Dave Ward and Johnny IHoward
to T - ittle Albie Bootle; 140-pounds of will play off the finals in the all-I
uitplaycd clynam'ic sophiomote back, smashed campus golf tourney today and to-I
ing seven Iind dodgedl his way to three touch- morrow, it being aL thirty-six holer
yes' three; town's againsit the Anny to give match.
nking di ---__-------
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CADVERTISING; WAN TE-Student to help) ini
kitchen; 1 hour at noon; 2 to
NOTICE3 hours at night. Apply at
NOIEBright Spot, 802 Packard. 45
MEN who really need money' and' WANTED-Students to enjojy a r eal
can put in at least ten hours a meal. Forest Inn, 538 Fort Str. C
week during afternoons will be
insterested in our offer which is LOST
now nietting Michigan students 1
ten to thirty dollars weekly. It. LOST-Black leather purse con-
you are clean cut and able to taining over ten dollars, blue
give references, come Room 302[ fountain pen with name Es the
S Michigan Union Wednesday, 8:00: Anderson engraved and ot' 1
P. m. articles. Lost on campus October
P. m. 12128. Finder Dial 21566.
MACK TUTORING AGENCY 1 LOST-Brown suede pocket book.
150 Tutors All Subjects Lost on State street Thursdcla y
310 South State St. Phone 7927: night. Treasured Articles. Re-
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At Madison, Iowa downed Wiscon-
sinY 14-0. Pape, star H-awkeye back,
did. much to bring victory to his
team. This makes three defeats in
as many-weeks for the Badgers and
dr~ps them to ninth place, with nb
victories and two losses.

t~asketball Manager Tryortits
All men wishing to try out
for assistant basketball manager
should report at 7 o'clock any
night this week before Friday at
the Intramural building.
Trim Q-uinn,
Basketball Manager.

Men cotnvihte yourself that you can save :money and
be well dressed.. Come in and look over our special made
suits, that are designed for 'oufr College trade. Beautifuli
Overcoats and all the accessories to complete your outfit ait
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