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MTCHTGANT i)ATTiY ThThT3DAY, NO M~T~Th 2i, i{~29

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HAWKS WHO WILL INVADE MICHIGAN SATURDAY

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WOLVES MAY BE LAST
SBAG TEN OPPONENTS
IFOR INVADING HAWKS
Unless the Big Ten faculty comn-
mittee relents in its former decis-
ion the Michigan game this Sat-
urday will be the last Conference
football contest for the Iowa grid-
ders. Thle ban placed upon Iowa,
last year for not conducting itsI
athietic affairs in accordance withE
Con ferece rules is sc'fleduled to
tatke effect January 1.

Neither team Li ~as ableto comle
close to a score, the coa ting of ice;
making it imposs'ible for the backs'
to get started, and the leaden
weight of the ball halting most of :
the attempts to connect with suc-
cessful passes. Only one play er on
either squact, Newman of the1
yearlings, was able to tear off any E
long gains from scrimmilage during
the entire g-ame.-
Fresfi mn Look D tt ._______________________ ______
Although tthe en bire !freshman- c ElyS vot-Z>
team looked better than it did in______________
last Wednesday's contest, which
the Physical Ed'; took by a 17-0, OR IS NSHOW PROMISE I FIR.
score, Newman was1by far the mostr YEAR O MAIZE AND BLUE VAR
improved player on the field. Time l___
after timle* he reeled off gains of Fi(Itom , Noie-lie gisves promise of be( "
from five to tenl yards around the er ies scrics of ice concerning Michiganhegvspoiefbe
Physical Ed wings, while his pass- footlvall. playss. An otlier willaper n l valuable addition to Coach
ing was fairly successful, being re- championship squad next
sponsible for several good gains. Maynard Morrison, a n of h e rLatyrsrigotbl
Following the brilliant showing of promising sophomore on the Maize Latyrspigfoblk
the two Physical Eid backs, Kies ° and Blue Varsity, has been shifted rison from taking a verb
and Tessmer, last Wednesday, both between the backfield and the line part on the freshman
of these players were covered allad
closely in yesterday's game, neith- C se aso or eesharestiedfuto hiesquadhscoo
,or of them having a chance to dis-cary t~e majo hr 1tefl- Wiei ihsho
play their best wares before being back work during the coming two l was picked by Remingtor
smeared bya charging yearling 1 sea soniis. His all-state football eleven
tine, -_ i eghhoeer Doe" was playing on a r,
Johnson Breaks Trhrouigh. . is a decided as- J eio lve scopr
In the Physical Ed linlf the work... set either in the feirlenascm re
backfield or the leading teams of thes
.:of Pro d n onoaln and he may played as a fullback throug
tackle, wais outstanding. Johnson { eue nbt ig col~aer
on several occas ions broke through b sdi bt ih cho aer

A i eeting will be held in Chica-
':r j go December 6 and '7 at which the
.::":.ti: Ifuture status of the Hawkeyes in
r r.."~ onnect ion with. the Big Ten, will be
I ecidied. If the committee feels
{that Iow a has reorganized its ath-
r~r leti( machine sufficiently to merit
... eintateentii; will take such ac-
, >:.: L..r:.tion to that effect.I
, r. Aided to the cesire to step from
the Conference picture 'Where they
ti ....: : Yhave so long been a prominent fig-i
uire_ in a blaze of glory, the Hawk-
?f,. eyes will have revenge as a strong
r~zo ive to give their best in the
Wolverine stadium. Michigan
>:>.:. : wr.eed their chances'for a tie for
:"x:1:< " (inc Utle last seas5on by a 10-7 win.
ST For the second ime in two years
Iowa will invade Michigan's stadl
~.SIY jm wih apowefulsquaeofgrid that shoes mat
gum ith a pwerul suadof gid-WALK.COVER designers and bhL
ders. Leo Jensvold will in all prob- footwear have put a definite inc
oin ability appear much of the time in the new styles for Fall.
h Fisher'sI the quarterback position whileWhtvryupefens
Sp spig. Oliver Sansenz, husky sophomore. i style, in the WALK-OVER tin
Dept Mor- fullback, will give him support in ditnttpsso h le
,y active the backfield. 'w younger miai but all of them
baseball Don Piersel, 205 pound tackle, isW K-VRqaiyndrl
another promising sophomore AwhVo qal#yan ra
Morsnis remarkably active for his size' Next time you need shoes cci
I and will appear in a leading role in; us to show you some of the
fio h the Hawkeye defense Saturday. of WALK-OVER shoes for mce
although' Last year a 10-7 defeat at the 'r
~~~th ather in- ad fteWle ocdIowa!_____
F out adof oa tie forl the Ccbnferenc~e ..,
?d ta hetitle, and the Hawks are thirstngE
state. H for revenge.
ghout his
LAFAYETET, Ind.-Purdue hasJ
Rossh Ade stadium which is shaped(X _ .. -
tstadinIlike a horseshoe.

ISCONkSIN1 OHIO STAT1 AN !INIAN
. pLLOOMN ON FERENC HARRIERMET
i ~the fvorite to) win the meet. The
Wolverines Have Alread y Lost' only; victory iii the- Conference
to Badgers and Buckeyes, chalk ted up by the Wolverines this
I oPlsMa ace. sao was ainsti~ Illinois in the
Gohes aytiangular nmeet here otwo xweeks
Cross country supremacy among y'nw i Lrunners who will make the
the Big Ten schools which is to be; trip to Columbus are. Captain Ben-
decided at the Conference meet! son, Austi~n, D'Anna, Lowmaster,
Kernnedy, Fitzgibbons, and Wolf.
this Saturday at Columbus seems T'he list is limited to these men be-
destined to be -very much a three- cause each school may enter only,
sided race between Wisconsin, In- six men to keep the field uinder 60
diana, and Ohio State with the pos- contestants.
sibilty of Minnesota nosing one: The two Wtolverines who h ave
of these teams into fourth place.E been performing in the most con-
The placing of the rest of the sistent and effective manner this
teams in the Conference shguld be! season are Austin and Fitzgibbens.
atossup especially after ,.the sud-I In. all of the meets and most of the
I den change of weather which mlayE trial runs on.e of these two men
be one runners meat and another's Have fin°. ed ahead of the rest of
poison with the result of scramb- ,FheMic:higan runners and they arc
ling the possible order of' finish l most likely to place first for the
based upon the present dope. f Wolverines at Coluibus Saturday.
The Wolverine harriers are not! Asa special incentive to the
conceded a chance to place among Mich-iga1-n harr i ers in this race the
the first three in as much as they wne of the Harphan trophy will
have already bowed to the Badg eras be odecided from its outcome. Each
and Ohio State while Indiana, is Continued on Page 7)

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