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SATURDAY'S

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COUNTRY'S

INTEREST

POE STANDS OUT AS A PILLAR
CONTESTS CARDEDH QOF STRENGTH IN MICHIGAN .LINE
101 -(Editor's note-T his is 'the third i'activities on the track and cong-
E1 ofaE series of short articles con- fined the possibilities of his 5 feet
Ohio Meets Pitt and Princeton1 cerning the Michigan football play- 11 inches and 190 pounds, entirely
i ePlas Host to Chico ners. Another will appear in an to the gridiron.
Pays ost to Chicago early issue.) While a sophomore he played in
in Other names.Oe2 most of the games on the Maize
One of the four men on the 192.9and Blue schedule and was award-
TWO TEAMS ARE IDLE Mchiga otba sad hoe as an "M". Last yearhe held down
_ years' experience, Howard Poe has the right guard berth during the

MHARVARD, FLORID)
rlaaCIC N3TOIN ONE OF EA

L RBU__Ah1IE
Ten Men Make Trip in Attempt
'to Gain Revenge for. I
1928 Defeat.I
BROWN PICKED TO WIN
Steve Fa.rrell's harriers are tak-
ing .a trek to East Lansing today
in an endeavor to win their first
victory of the season. Their
ch nce seen soinewhat slim but
there is ,a-ways a chance for an up-
set, 'especia'ly as the Wolverine
team *has improved vastly since

SSouthern football will endeavor
to steal another leaf from the
book of Eastern gridiron fame this
afternoon when a powerful Florida
University team meets a battered
Harvard eleven in the Cambridgel
.stadium.
Still recovering from lastI
week's trouncing at the handsaof
Dartmouth, the Crimson combina-
tion is not at all confident of turn-
ing in a very impressive exhibition
against the conquerors of Georgia.
A disrupted backfield and a line
which has withstood considerable
plugging will take the field against
the southerners this afternoon.
The Alligators, on the other hand
appear primed for the southern
laurels and appear to be ready.,

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A WILL CLASH
ST'S HEADLINERS'
are a pair of capable flankers with I l El IN FEATURE
O'Connor, a veteran, on the injured___
list. Captain Barrett; and KuchnTo omdbl atrn em
have evidently cinched the tackle Two Formidable Eastern Teams
posts with Trainer and W. Ticknor to Vie for Supremacy
at guards. Ben Ticknor is favor- in Yale Bowl.
ed to start at the piyot post.
Harvard, beforehmeeting Dart- TROJANS, BEARS CLASH
mouth last week, had bowled over,___
all their opponents with ease. As . When football representatives
this is to be the last game in which o eet in combat this afternoon it
the Crimson participates before
eeafi ,Tichitparnicipuh interest! is assured that the main interest

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With two teams basking in easy
idleness and two fighting against
odds in intersectional games, the
remaining six Big Ten elevens are
scheduled to engage in contests,
which, according to all showings
made by these teams so far will not
have much bearing -on their pres-
cnt standings in the Conference.j
The pair of idle elevens are the
Wolverines, unmistakably in need
of a rest cure, and the Hiawkeyes
who have had the unique experi-
ence this season of defeating Wis-
consin, taking a licking from Ohio
State, and tieing the formidable
Illini.
Because the games within the,
Big Ten seem to be destined to have.
little or no effect on the ratings of
the teams involved, the major por-
tion of interest is centered around
the intersectional contests placing
Ohio State against Pittsburgh and
Chicago against Princeton.
Fear Outsiders.
Records of the two invading
Western Conference elevens when
compared to those of their rivals'
of the day seem to indicate that1
the Big Ten prestige is likely to
drop a few points at the conclu-
sion of'today's games. Yet dope is
one of the most deceitful factors in
the sporting world and is especially
riskytin these two cases inasmuch
as all four teams have either been
very erratictor have not had first
class competition.'
/Ohio State won two flukes in de-
feating Iowa and Michigan and
then fought to a tie withIndiana.
Their first two encounters were not
impressive in the sense that in both
contests they were outgained by
their rivals. The game today will
probably be a test as to whether'
they actually possess a punch that
was not apparent in any of their
games so far this year.
On the otkner hand Pittsburghhas'
won five games this season but only
one of them, the Nebraska fray, is
of any importance in drawing a
comparison with competition of Big
Ten calibre. Even Nebraska does
not have the rating that wou4d en-
able anyone to draw any sure fire
conclusions on the game at Pitts-
burgh this afternoon.
Both Teams Unknown.
'thus, both of the teams remain
somewhat unknown quantities and
a tough battle will ensue if both of
them are as good as they are sup-'
posed to be. Ohio State has at,
least one unit which is far from un-
known however, in the person of
Fesler, end, who can be looked to
-for a possible answer to today's rid-
dle.
As to the game between Chicago'
and Princeton all critics are con-'
ceding the victory to Princeton with
no questions asked. The Tigers are;
supposed to possess a fast shifty
quality which should run circles
around the lumbering Maroons.,
Or putting it the other way, Chi-
cago has a big, husky line which is
too slow to cope with the speed of;
the Tigers.

nni UIIuuea cla~U 'imi on one I whole season to win his second let-
of the Varsity guard positions, + ter. This is Poe's third and last sea-
throughout this season. At the be- son as a Varsity football player -and
ginning of the year this was one he will be graduated from the
of the few, positions of the Wolver-I School of Education in *June.
ine line about which Coach Kipke ____E___nnJn.
had no worries. t'
-Fast Year Poe's fAI'L0D0-AP '*[

in the contest will be apparent in
Ann Arbor.
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srin ii onsict e rame I their first defeat at the hands 4 Memories of past defeats at the Despite the inclement *eather
UnIticeMichigandDespitfthe inclementoreathe
ntc i o n g i r c d e Michigan SLate Teachers' College. hands of the sons of John Harvard and the muddy track, 35 freshmen
throughout the Ten men will be taken along, will add an additional incentive to i harriers reported to Coach Horn-
courtry. Always Michigan Junior Varsity Works Captain "Red" Benson, Austin their efforts. berger yesterday afternoon for their
fIan aggressive and o udmnasDrn With the invasion of the Florida weekly cross-country trials. Sever-
Y a plyer e Indoor Dr Fitzgibbons; Wolfe, Hayes, Lom- outfit thoughts of the stinging 6-0 al creditable runs were made in
as bee a Indoor Practice.master, Peustel, Kennedy, Aubrey. defeat administered by another spite of the poor conditions.
ortant cog in and D'Anna. Of these ten men, Southern outfit, Center, are recall- Braden, with the time of 15:35.
t h e Wolverine More rain forced Coach Court- :nly tro who counted in the first ed. An excellent field general, Eliot reached the tape before the other;
forward wall and right to drill the Junior Varsity in- j for Mjhga It are in- Putnam is slated to direct the des- 34 contestants, with a margin to I
last season he r doors -again yesterday. Because of fiveftinies of the Crimson eleven. Har-- spare of four seconds. Hill pressed
Poe. made serious bids the absence of a game this after- cluded. These are Austin and Ben- per, Aughley, and Mason will i him closely throughout but finish-;
for All Conference recognition. noon the major portion "of the son, who finished seventh and probably complete the backfield ed with a time of 15:39. Hley
He was born on August 18, 1907, practice session was spent in pl- eighth, respectively. Four of the with Wood and Mays held in re- brought up third place with 16:09,
at Wenatchee, Washington, but at- ishing up the fundamentals of of the inning State rve. Leader fourth with 16:12 and Ai--
tended Libbey high school in To- charging and blocking. Individual membersInthe line Douglas and Hardingh kins wound up the procession with
edo. At Libbey hie was a two-sport linemen were singled out and in- team are back. These are, Brown ------ the time of 16:39.
man, winning three letters in foot tensively drilled in the essentials who finished first, Willmarth third EASTERN SCHOOLS These time trials are neld every
ball and two in track. As a Wol- of line play in an effort to correct Roosien, fourth, an Dowd- fifth-. SEVER RELATIONS Friday afternoon, starting from
verine athlete he discontinued his some of the weaknesses which State won the meet, 23-32. Monroe Waterman gymnasium.
] showed up in the game last Sat- took second for Michigan with (y Associated Press) , .t
The point seems to be that nei- urday on Ferry field against the Wuerful sixth and Jessen ninth. MORGANTOWN, W. Va., Nov. 1-
ther team has set the world on fire Illinois "B" team.I The other State men to run this H. A. Stansbury, director of athletics 'M
with outstanding performances. The inclement weather has ham- year are Chamberlain, Fullerton, at West Virginia university, an- TODY' GAMES I
For the first time in some years pered the work of the coaches con- Steimle, OConnor, Kalbfleisch, and nounced today that Davis and El-
Chicago gave promise of offering a siderably during the past week by Reid. kins college had severed football -
serious threat in the Conference by forcing them to forgo regular Michigan's team is probably not relations for 1930 with the univer- Dartmouth vs. Yale.
defeating Indiana but then took a scrimmage outside, but a substi- as strong as it was last year while sity. He announced receiptof a tel M. S. C. vs. Case.
most disheartening beating at the tute to some extent was employed state is just as strong if not strong-I egram from Jennings Randolph, Pitt vs. Ohio State.
hands of the Boilermakers. And m the form of a long dummy er. If the weather man has poured athletic director at Davis and El- Penn vs. Navy. f
Indiana has looked even worse since scrimmage. the rain down as hard there as it kins, stating that "after careful Min'iesota vs. Indiana.i
they played the Maroons. Wills and Berkowitz alternated has here, the race will probably be consideration, athletic officials Purdue vs. Wisconsin.
Divided 'in Three Groups. in toting the pigskin, running a farce, for the Spartan course is here do not care to negotiate fur- So. California vs. California.
This morning the Big Ten teams through a variety of formations none too good and leads throughI ther for football game with West Notre Dame vs. Georgia Tech.
are divided nicely into three class- around the ends and through the bogs. Given a good day the Wol- Virginia, university for 1930." U. of . vs. Marquette.
es, namely, those with one thdesand line. Charging and blocking out verine harriers should put up a Stansbury said "the chief point Princeton vs. Chicago.
per cent averages, those with five the defensive linemen showed t .good race. Lauren Brown should out of which has developed the Illinois vs. Northwestern.
hundred, and those with a goosenoticeable improvement due to the win the race by a large margin, present severence of football rela- Harvard vs. Florida.
eg tahd oigtteert tion appears to be the objection ofI Vanderbilt HradVnebl vs s l. Alabama.
egg attached. Tonight these rat- attention directed to that depart- with Captain Ted Willmarths and; the Mountaineers to the playing I Tulane vs. Georgia.
ings are likely to be the same as mient of the game. Opening big. Dowd placing close, while Austin, iteMutier otepaig Tln s eri.
far as percentages are concerned holesin the line and boxing,thee- Fitzgibbons and Benson should be, of their seventh year of college Army vs. Soth Dakota.
although somebody is bound to sindatry defense was rehearsed re- up in the runnin sefootball in the proposed 1930 game Utah vs. Brigham Young.
lhave a stronger hold on whatever peatedly in an effort to give the on the part of Elijah Smith., Simon' Cornell vs. Columbia. T
havestronghern hold.onwhatever pentey i k an ee thge Nothing much can be gained by Gurneau and Albert Hawley," three Williams vs. Union.
To son thew hold. d iofsie backs a anceto g the early meets of the harriers for outstanding members of the Davis- Nebraska vs. Kansas.-C
Purdue and Minnesota, willhmeet'' a Michigan cross-country squads are Elkins team. N. Y. U. vs. Georgetown.
Pu rd e and uMintsota, will The adaion or several men proverbally brought along slowly, "This trio," Stansbury said, "has Holy Cross vs. Brown.
Wisconsin and Indiana. Anothe from the "A" squad and the addi- and reach the peak of their form admitted already they played four Penn State vs. Syracuse.
leader, Illinois, will invade ractice of ather week be- along mid-season. If State 'should years of football with the Haskell Kentucky vs. Clemson.
stronghold of the half and half fore the Junior Varsity will meet win nothing is lost while if the Indian team at Lawrence, Kas., be-
Wildcats, the only Conference team Ypsilanti State Normal college has Wolverines stage an upset, much fore entering Davis-Elkins in 1928. l
bound to have its average changed materially strengthened the chan- can be looked for in the way of The superintendent of Haskell has=DownsTown
today, win or lose. ces of chalking up a victory to cross-country this season. They go confirmed this officially in corre- "Thee SDowntown o
Purdue Meets Wisconsin. avenge the defeat administered by into the race with everything to I spondence with West Virginia au- -
The Badger fans whose team has Ypsilanti last year. However the gain and not much to lose. 4thorities.
bowed to both Northwestern and success which the Ypsi team .has --
Iowa have by no means given up h-ad thus far this season should * -
hope but hope plays such a big part bring a bitter fought contest. A Good D eroit
in the game today that they are .ET Diotel
centering most of their attention BiG TEN STANDING
oh the homecoming phase of the ..Team W L T . Pct. Right downtown close to all
affair. Wisconsin is not given an Purdue..........2 0 0 1.000 of Detroit's activities with a
outside chance against the Boiler- Ohio State .......2 0 1 1.000 du- atosphere Bet
makers due to the fact that they Mintpesota........1 0 0.1.000 o all-the rates are lo.
rate lust one position above Michi- Illinois ..........1 0 1 1.0001 -.caeto3Miintd
gan in the standings because they Iowa.............1 1 1 .500 d
have not as yet lost enough games. Northwestern . .. 1 1 0 .500 FA I RB AIR N H O TE L
Purdue's backfield combination' Chicago .......... 1 1 0 .500 Roger . MaParin (1922 Law) 1
of Harmeson, Welch, and Yunevich Indiana . ........0.0 1 1 .000 Wiliam G. Lee, Manager
(Continued on Page Seven) Wisconsin . .0 2 0 .000 Columbia at John r
MICHIGAN . .....03 0 .000 Your Home Away From Hom "
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ot sporting enthusiasts over the
country will be focused on the ac-
tions of two flashing meteors of the
gridiron on the Yale Bowl when
the men of Dartmouth meet old
Eli.
Advance predictions assure a
'battle between two great teams;
but what is more attractive to the
fan is the promised duel between
twb individuals whose .perform-
ances to date have been of a most
sensational calibre. Al Marsters, the
leading scorer of the country, will
be expected to do yeoman ball
carrying service for the Green while
the Eli will attempt to counter ef-
fectively with- little Albie Booth oC
three touchdown fame against
Army, last Saturday.
Marsters Leads Country.
The ability of Marsters is most
surely of a known quantity. The
Dtrtmouth star is far and away
the leading college scorer in the
country and has found little diffi-
culty in piercing opposing defenses
over the entire '29 grid campaign.
On the other hand Booth has
yet to establish himself as con-
sistently spectacular. Entering the
Army game in the second half the.
140-pound sophomore back was un-
stoppable. In out-Cagling Cagle
the midget ball carrier dodged and
speed through the Army defense
with regularity. This tiny back-
field artist did not stop with his
scoring proclivities until he had
safely established the Yale count
over the 13 points which the Army
had amassed in the first half,
counting three touchdowns and as
many points after touchdowns.
Disregarding the abilities of these,
brilliant ball carriers the Greer!
may be said to be 'a favorite. The
Eli have dropped one game to
Georgia and.all but lost last Sat-
urday's test. On the other hand.
Dartmouth has leveled all op-
ponents with surprising ease, the
sons of John Harvard collapsing
last week after a strong first half
fight, 34-7.
' (Continued 'on Page Seven)
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