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THE MICHIGAN

DAILY

TEN YEARLINGS Undefeated Elevens
WIN NUMERALS Take on Foes Today;
IN FINAL RACE

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Hampered by the bitter cold and. {Continued From Page 6)
ice covered course the final meet of very successful team this year, but By Joe Russell
the freshman cross country squad an idea of their strength can bceg g
was held yesteday afternoon. In gicaned from the fact that they de-' Eleven fighting Hawks, bi st ng
spite of the cold the winner, Hill. feated New York University, 25 to for revenge to atone for a 10-7 rp-
copee h u ntefs ie13. set at the hands of the Wolverines
completed the run in the fast time1.. atesnwilwopdwup
of 15:26 1-5. The record for the OthPafccot.Snodwilthe Stadium this afternoon. This
two and eight-tenths miles trav- lock horns with California in the ghm Smayium ths atrnoon. ovra
game may be the last which Iowar
ersed in the race is 15:21 made by day's far western feature. Califor- will play under the jurisdiction of
Howell, the third place winner in nia is undefeated this year, but the Western Conference and Coach
this meet. has been tied. Stanford, on the Ingwersen is more than anxious;
Of the 36 who entered the final other hand, has met defeat on two that his squad of batterers crash
competition the first 10 to finish occasions, once by Southern Cali- through with a victory.
will receive .freshman numerals fornia, and once by Santa Clara.

v(r ~that may be,
Ovcn its greatest
yea' by the same
wVI ir Un up today.

Purdue was
scare of the
team which

while thi next five will be awarded
Intramural numerals. The order in
which they finished is as follows:
Hill, first; Braden, second; Howell,
third; Allen, fourth; Klahn, fifth;
Akins, sixth; White, seventh,
Haley, eighth; Lester, ninth, and
Griffing, tenth. In view the weak-
ness of this year's varsity the ex-
cellent showing which the fresh-
men harriers should turn in bright-

Army, with only a fair team as
Army teams go, will run up against
a strong Ohio Wesleyan aggrega-
tion at West Point. Michigan stu-
dents remember the Ohio school
only too well for its victory over the
Wolverines last year, and this sea-j
son, with even a stronger team, the
Buckeyes are winning games mo-
notonously by huge scores. No,
less than four of the team's Vic-

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ens the outlook for the success of tories have been wan by over 50
next year's varsity. points.
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Events Today

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TENNIS

10:00-Clark-Clarke vs. Lhevine-
Penn (semi-final doubles)
10:00-Davis-Brown vs. Phelps-
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Cole (semi-final doubles)
HORSESHOES
10:30-E. Joki vs. J. W. Currie.
10:30--A. A. Cooper vs. K. G.
Kinsman. (semi-final matches)
11:00-Patrick - Roy s t o n vs.
Phelps-Dressen.
11:00-Kinsman-Joki vs. Kelly-
Frye. (semi-final doubles).
HANDBALL
Entries are still open for the all-
campus singles. Anyone wishing to
compete should enter immediately
for November 29 is the closing
date.

SWIMMING
Sigma Chi defeated Triangle, 21-
WATER POLO
Triangle defeated Sigma Chi, 3-2.
VOLLEY BALL
Trigon defeated Alpha Kappa
Lambda, 2-1.
Beta Theta Pi defeated Sigma
Alpha Epsilon, 2-0.
Kappa Delta Rho defeated Delta
Kappa Epsiloqj, 2-0.
Phi Kappa Sigma defeated Delta
Upsilon, 2-0.
HANDBALL
Phi Beta Pi defeated Sigma Pi,
3-0'
Sigma Phi Epsilon defeated Ome-
ga Psi Phi, 3-0.
Kappa Nu defeated Alpha Chi
Rho, 2-1.
Tau Epsilon Phi aefeated Deltaj
Sigma Pi, 3-0.

Unless the Conference Fac-
ulty committee suddenly gets
soft hearted and changes its
decision of last year, the Bigd
Ten athletic career of Iowa wi I
be terminated when the final
gun sounds this afternoon. Iowa'
was found guilty of evading the
rules of the Conferenice and
the -powers that be will <roba-
bly stick by their verdict.
Six Hawkeye regulars led by Cap-
tam Willis Glassgow will turn in
their uniforms for the last time to-
night. Glassgow has developed in-
to one of the greatest ball-carriers
in Iowa football history and will
have to be watched carefully in his
last appearance on the gridiron.
Haggerty, fullback, and Pig-
natelli at quarterback, will also
be missing when the team lines
up' next season, while one
tackle, Westra, and both
guards, Roberts and Myers, wI
also pass from the picture.
These men have borne the
main burden of Iowa's oppon-
ents' attacks all season and
Coach Ingwersen will have a
job on his hand: replating
them.
The whole squad, faced with the
probability that after this after-
noon they will fade more or less
gracefully from the Big Ten thea-
tre is keyed to the highest degree
of fight to make the last game one
'which will be long remembered.
Nothing could be sweeter than to
knock off a team which has long
been known for its great finishes.
Reports from the Hawkeye
stronghold at Iowa City state
that the invaders have been
mauling the freshman teams
unmercifully during the last
week, but then it must be re-
membered that the Iowa year-
ling squad is not Coach Kipke's
Maize and Blue Varsity. How-

Coch Ingwersen brought his
squad to Ann Arbor in two shifts,
the thirty-four men who have a
chance of getting into the game ar-
riving here yesterday in time for
a workout on the Stadium turf, and
the remaining twenty-ine arriv-.
ing today to see th -game.
Interest is running high onG
the Iowa camipus to cnd the
Ilawkeye participation in Con-
ference athletics with a smash-
ing victory, and the student
body staged a giant send-off on
Thursday afternoon to speed
their gladiators on their way.
The watchword on the campus
is "Beat Michigan" and a great
many undergraduates plan to
suport the invasion of their
team from the stands.
Burt Ingwersen began his foot-
ball campaigns against Michigan
with a victory back in 1924 when
the Hawks turned the tables on all
supposedly superior Michigan team
and scampered off the field with a
9-2 win. To end the rivalry be-
tween the two schools with-a vic-
tory would indeed be cherished by
the Iowa mentor, but arrayed'
against him is a band of desperate
Wolverines determined that their
season shall be a success despite
one of the poorest starts in -years.

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USE AND REGULATIONS OF THEN
UNIVEI'SITY OF MICIGAN iL1N
FEES
Single admission:
Afternoons except Saturday. Sunday, Holiday ...........'.
Evenings.........................................
Non-transferable student and faculty tickets:
Seven skates for $1.00 issued on presentation of at hlete o.k.
Non-transferable University High School student ticket:
Seven skates for $1.00 issued on presentation of card is ued by
University High School Principal.
Non-transferable Ann Arbor Public School student ticket:
Five skates for $1.00 issued upon presentation of card i csued by
School Principal.
Skating Club fee issued by Committee. Dr. A. O. Lee,.Chairman.
$10.00 for season.
Saturday mornings school children will be admitted for 10c.
USE OF RINK
1:00 p. m. to 2:30 p. m. daily except Saturday and Sunday--
Skating Club (figure skating.)
2:30 p. m. to 5:00 p. m. daily except Sunday--General skating.
6:00 p. m.,to 8:00 p. m. daily except Sunday---Varsity Hockey.
8:00 p. m. to 10:00 p. m. daily except Sunday--General skating.
1:00 p. m. to 2:30 p. m. on Saturdays and after 10:00 p. m. daily
except Sunday-Intramural Hockey.
3:00 p. in. to 5:00 p. m. Sundays- General skating.
10:00 a. m. to 12:00 a. m. Saturday open for school children.
Date of opening, November 23, 1929, at 8:00 p. m.

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Last season the Hawkeye
team appeared in the stadium
arrayed in dark jerseys. This
necessitated a change to. yel-
low on the part of the Wolver-
mes. This year, however, itis
Iowa who will be attired in the
yellow jersies, while Michigan
will wear the traditional blue.
Should the gridiron be covered
' ith a blanket of snow for tdday's
battle, it would seriously hinder the
chances of the two great Iowa
backs, Pape and Glassgow, to get
started on any of their long runs.
Wolverine fans will, for a long time,
carry the memory of the brilliant
Hawkeye captain's trek of 55 yards
for a touchdown in last year's game,
and pray that a recurrence of that
doesn't happen this afternoon.

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