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SATURDAY, NOVuAMD9U, 23;. 1920-

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||CRSSCOUNTRY
TEAM WILL RUN
TE TITL AT OHIO TODAY,
With little chance of beittem n
their performance in the Confer-I
Wildcats Are Determined to e n c e c r o s s country m e t
Win From Notre Dame 1 ; lastyear in which they tied for
Tilt fourth place with Iowa, the Wol-s
in Feature t. verine harriers will run against the
-- pick of the Big Ten this mornin
ILLINI MEET BUCKEYES I at Columbus. Only one of the Maize
and Blue runners, Austin, has par-
With zero weather and snow cov- I ticipated in a Conference meet be-
ered gridirons promised by the fore today.
weather man the Big Ten football Austin finished in fifteenth
season will be brought to close this place at Madison last season but
afternoon and the curtain on one has shown enough improvement to
of the most hectic of Conference make it seem probable that he will
seasons will be fung down. end today's, race furthert up the
Purdue, definitely topping the list. Fitzgibbons, who will get his
heap in the 1929 standing for the initial baptism into a Conference'
first time in 30 years of competi- meet,, has been performing on a
tion will send her great team par with Austin this season and;
against Indiana in the classic these to men should finish close
which all Hoosierdom awaits. The together.
Boilermakers on the strength of Three StraIn Lea syers.
their consistantly brilliant all year m The three leaders in last year's
performance will be favored tof meet, Indiana, Ohio State and Wis-
kepthirmlae unlemised tconsin, are again favored to take
keve thesatensatishald.setthe first three places at Columbus
However the sensational upset today although Minnesota, who was:
win of the Hoosiersovethen po- fifth at Madison last year, may dis-
erful Wildcats of Northwestern islace one of them.
not discounted and the Lafayette pOf the other four Mcnigan en-
combination will have to, go at top trants in the meet there is little
speed most of the way to avert a chance-of telling how they are like-
defeat at the hands of their old ly to finish against such a largeI
rivals. In the past 10 years of Pur- field as the one competing today
due-Indiana football history the at Columbus. Captain Benson,
books show four wins apiece and a D'Anna, Wolf, Lowmaster, and Ken-
p.ir of ties. nedy seemed destined to finish back
Ilii Hold Interest. iin a field of meicrflorurinners al-

FRESHMAN TEAM
IOWAN STARS WHO WILL INVADE MICHIGAN TODAY HAS MEDIOCRE SI TE[N UNBUATIN
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If Michigans' football thermo- L I
meter were to be controlled by the j
f I calibre of the 1929 freshman aggre- Harvard-Yale Game Also of
' i gation, the mercury would not be
c t hab urywoul noNote Although Both Teams
r :sent far above the freezinz point, tNt lhuhBt em
according to the yearling coaches. Have Met Defeat.
Coach Fisher, in charge of the
fresh squad said he really hesitat- FIVE POSSIBLE UPSETS
ed to mention any. of his men as
varsity prospects, and from the ap- Sixteen major football teams
pcarance of the team ,in its gamns enter todays games with unbem-
with the physical education eleven ished records, seven of them having
hc did not exaggerate a great deal. played tie games and the other
Detroit Back Looks Good. nine being unbeaten and untied.
In Harry Newman, a graduate of Of this group, only five need ex-
Detroit Northern high school, : pect serious competition in this af-
freshman eleven boasted a fairly ternoon's encounters.
4ootd quarterback and a man who is Pittsburgh, Purdue, Notre Dame,
fast. Art Podlewski of Fordson is Tennessee, Tulane, Texas Christ-
another back who showed promise. ian, Ohio University, Western
le is a good sized boy, punts rather Maryland. and Utah are the un-
well and plunges the line. Abe Mar- beaten and untied elevens who will
, corsky, a 166 pound guard who be called on to defend their per-
Iplayed at ychenley high of Pitts- feet records on the turf this after-
burgh, is the most promising: line- noon, while Davis-Elkins, Califor-
v men the frosh had, nd op nei up nia, Dusquesne, Detroit, St. Mary's
some nice holes for Podlewski. I (California), Fordham, and South-
Wiemian 's Team Deviops iateria1.l ern Methodist have been tied on
I'e physical education elhvera, i. one or more occasions.
charge of Elton E. "Tad" Wieman, Notre D Nme, apparently headed
!ashcd three or four men wh may for another National title, may
prove of varsity calibre in another fncet a tartar when it hooks up
year or so. Estil Tessmer of Ann with Northwestern at Evanston. The
J., ~ ~ . Arbor and Norman Kies of Toledo Wildcats lost to Indiana last week
make up a baclfield combin 7.tion in an upset, but should come back
' which may do some hing. Tessmer strong to give the Rockneless Ram-
is a good pvnter, shifty, and adept blers a real battle to keep their
at magging passes. Kies is an ac- record clear.
curarte passer, even on the run, Yale and Harvard, two of the
while his place-kicking may com, oldest football rivals in the United
- in handy now that Joe Geribis is States, clash in another of their
graduating. colorful contests to lead all other
PurJum, a husky end, and John- eastern gares in importance. The
ERS PREPARING Shown above are three University son, P tackle, "are other ::ather Bulldogs should win, if previous re-
H VARSITY IN WEEK of Iowa football players who will promising youngstersaWieman d hasi l ay be beievd, but ther
pr yaantMihgntdy developed Rod Cox, an 186 poud ale-Harvard games seem to indf-a
---man en the frosh t.am, may de - cate that earlier scores fail to mean
man football squad which has Just Oran Pape is the paradox of the e op into a good man with season- a thing when these two teams come
disbanded for the season Hawkeyes, for although not a regu- ing. He is a good defensive back together. Yale hopes were given a
In the 165 pound division Frank lar, he is the leading ground-gainer and has played cenier, en-c and boost yesterday when it. was an-
Wyokuski has shown himself to be from scrimmage and the leading k
patclryadept with the double scrr tacidle beside's. nounced that Albie Booth, one of
particularlydhhdub scorer.the premier backs of the country,
swrist lock with which e hould This sprinting halfback was a URBANA, Ill., Nov. 23-Besides would be able to play.
au hsa y pn nmember of the Drake relays chain- determining the winner of thes e The University of Detroit, which
siderable worry next week, In the pion half mile team last spring. ond place in the Big Ten, the Ohio- has been tied once by Marquette
other divisions the most promising On the gridiron, his fast start and Illinois football ame toda will will have a hard time keeping its
candidates are as follows, 155 pound the deadly interference furnished also decide for another year the record clear when it stacks up
class, W. H. Oehmann; 145 pound by his teammates often send him residence of Illibucr the wooden against Oregon State at Detroit.
class, L. Gans, John Alaimo, and E. away for long runs. He scored the turtle which the tWo schools on- The wsterneis have not had a
B. Kay; 135 pound class, Henry touchdown which beat Minnesota rhcan
Stephens and W. L. Coryell, and 125 9 to 7, in the last two minutes'of fiend for annually. (Continued on Page 7)
pound class, G. H. Cortes. Unfor- play.
tunately Cortes is hampered by an Another crack backfield man is
injured leg at the present time. Mike Farroh, who well fills the role
The freshman squad'can boast of of a blocker and defensive tackler.
quite a bit of talent and should Earl Elting is a 220 pound cen-
develop several valuable replace- ter who probably will relieve Mag-
ments for the varsity next year. nussen. He is a defensive star. (-

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Second place honors will be d
cided at Columbus when the Bucl
eye warriors oppose Zuppke's ba
tered Illini campaigners. The Ir
dians have showied more all aroun
class than the Willaman coach
machine boasts, buththis gair
should be extremely hard Tough
Supromecy of the northland wi
hang in the balance this afternoo
when the Gopher clan plays hc
to their Wisconsin rivals at Minn(
apolis. Despite the mediocre seaso
of the Badgers ithe Madison tea
is conceded a good chance to riE
from ,the depths and level the MiL
nesota colors in much the san
fashion as Michigan did a wee
ago.
Wildcats Are Determined.
Determined to spatter Not
Dame's spotless path to nation,
championship consideratio Nort]
western's Wildcasts will attemptt
claw their w?.y to an upset x
over the South Benders in the fea
ture of the non-Conference offei
ings.
Washington's Huskies will tack]
an ambitious Chicago team in th
most important intersectional te,
of the day on Stagg Field. Winne
over Princeton in the early daysc
the season the Maroons are an:
ious to add the west coast elevent
the list of middle western victim

though anything may happen in a
five mile cross country race.r
Former Stars Out.
Three of the first five men to;
finish last season will not be in the
race this morning. Abbott, star FRESHMAN WRESTL
track man of Illinois, Fields, of Ini-
diana, and Monroe of Michigan all FOR MEET WIT
have left collegiate circles. Martin
of Purdue and Anderson of Minne- ! ui Of the 62 me who signed up
sota, second and fourth placers lasty gg
yawill lead their teams today. for thei yearlnrsling squad at
year, the beginning of the season, there
Indiana will have no other hand-'1j 4 be
icap, however, inasmuch as it will are45"- tig caccodng t h
have all of the veterans except * xmesunns; coach Saur.
Fields back in the race with the ad- 2--" H'n r g I' 1und a
dition of several promising sopho- rV'ta1S has , e!; quit a
mores. Besides Anderson, Minneso- L,1,y so the ntie more intricatc.
ta will have North, who finished holds are being taught to the squad
seventh at Madison. in preparation for the coming meet

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Ohio State .. . .2
Northwestern ... .3
Minnesota ......2
Iowa ............2
Indiana . ..1
MICHIGAN 1. ...2
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Wisconsin -. .-. 1 ...

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with the Varsity to be held the day
after Thanksgiving at 4 o'clock in
the Intramural Building.
The freshman squad is well sup-j
plied with good material in all di-j
visions except the heavyweight
class. So far only one or two men
have turned out in this division, but
Coach Sauer expects to obtain.
some new material from the fresh-
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