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_____________CAMBRIDGE, Maas., Nov. 25 --I NEW YORK. Nov. 24--Capped b I
.... --- ~~Detroit and California Fall Victor M. Harding, Harvard end, DoctorHy a Fln rg n te Hihhe iht
Egt icia plyr mae Before Underrated Teams; was in a dangerous condition a i nAcre1i Notre Dame-Army game at thei oI
tEirhtfina hapeaancepagaist moaRber'Wnthe college hospital today from' T.utoring i ch r nVolleyball Test Yeinfiea appdiumceanextt IoatlrRmbler the
last OW ANA Saturday, n lhuhte! ___ijre eceived in the Yale game:I -- eas tern football Thanksgivng weekI
dino n thicaer iha GG SDO N ASA In order to satisfy the numerous' Of the eight teams left in the prga2sUlofatrdbPh ia
victory, they all left an impression I___ His life was saved by an emergency requests that the intramural De- Interfraternity volley ball tourna- cash es betwe n Pennsylvania andl
wit the crowd that they had I Two teams hitherto undefeated operation late Saturday night to . partmnent has received from enthu- ! ent, Trigon from past perform- IXNest
given their best against the Hawk- werhliiatdfrmfute a ruptured spleen was re- . Cornell at Phil delphia, Pittsburgh;
eyes. Captain Truskowski, Howard weeeiintdfo frhrco-mvd It was said by physicians! sasts of the bow and arrow a ances, seems to have the edge on and Penn State at Pittsburgh, and the 192
Poe, Al Bovard and Bud Poormfanl sideration as claimants for the titleI that he would not beout of danger! course of instruction in archery has the other aggregations. Their next West Virginia and Washington and:I ed, wit
were notable figures in the gallant of N~ational Champions in last Sat- j for several days.I been added to the activities of the competitiors, Delta Sigma Phi, Jefferson at Morgantown.; of the
stand of the Wolverines when they urday's games when Calfornia and1 Harding,, a junior of Hubbard-I department. Dr. rank Lyman, should offer them but little oppo, Pittsburgh needs to scramble races,1
held twice within the five yard line. Detroit fell by the wayside. Cali-I wood, II., left the gamie in the' who has been interested in the an- sition and unless there is a decidedI over only this Penn State hurdle to the hea
Like the French at Verdun, Michi-I fornia was decidedly upset when fourth quarter in great pain after 1dcent science of archery for a num- upset Alpha Delta Phi will be the finish its season undefeated. lef wit
gan's byword was "they shall notI Stanford took the Bears. into camp an apparent kick in the back. _er of years, has be.en secured to The Penn-Cornell fray shapes up Ionftd pa
pass," nor were the Hawks able to 121-6. Harding's scholastic record was take charge of the instruction of; chief obstacle for Trigon_ to hurdle ascose, with Cornel holding what-I defeat,
gain a touchdown, either by pass- N Detroit's defeat was its first Iin high and he could coti'to the l the course. His headquarters will in order to enter the finals. The{ ever edge there is. Cornell has chiampi,
Ing or rushing the ball, twenty-four games and was admin- j ull college course in three years. be at the Field House on Ferry field Alpha Delts' should be able to take bowed only to Dartmouth. It wa
_____ stereci at a 14-7 count by the giant; Dr. Thomas Richards, team physi-I where equipment in the form of. over Theta Ohi without much diff-} West Virginia and W. and J. ill for Pur
Joe Gembis had an opportuni- killing Oregon Aggies. can, said that Harding's football ( bows, arrows and targets may be culty to enter the quarter finals, seek to avenge slaps by othcer teams vals, I
tiyt n i olgaeaerHarvard Is Victor., days are ended "f I have anything !secured. For those who are inter-:>'in their annual game. sutxa
itytn d a hls oleofglory warenr In the East in the "Battle of thei to say about it." The boy's mother ested in the finer points of send-'!Aohrgm o ooda hs h o
ine std z gonr 5yrdliein1 Midgets" Barry Wood was returned' saw the game and was at his bed-i ing an arrow to its mark, Dr. Ly-, Basketball Proves _ others but always productive of aI pectatc
he st oeod-faed lithne tecoqeoroerhsrianlbeside before and after the opera- man will give instruction on Sun- iUnusually Popular !keen football 1% ti-icColgate-Brown jHoosier
th atpridfcdwtl~h ~ot fYl y agnofoetolday afternoons at 2:30 o'clock _I clash, now played annually In which1
task of booting the ball be-gedBoohfYaleb anargin tofowne Harting mdoa setauaijPoieneat h __ri h n
twen heupigtsfo thee fildgol ndan ftr ouhdwn Hadin mdea peacla Many basketball teams are takingPoieic onte mrng fthIC
pointhanduaihianvory.ree poit 10-6. Wood did not stand out 'catch of a 48 yard forward pass Toa11~at~ fteseilpatc Thanksgiving day. Cogat, cef eat- sier lin
Th al i o ms h pssIalone in this classical victory, hwI htealdHavr o-i ry Events Tod nrods set aside for them at the i.ed nyb icnii h ao-i e
Th alddt mifeteot ever, as it was the entire Crimson ! ;Itaua ulig.Itrs i-ie
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by more tan a few femany line, particuarly NkTicknor at center i xican Grid 1 Intr payemtusra r thilisg seeason in-bas-t In
oftesettr eivn h t and Douglas at end, which provid-( SWIMMING ketball seems to indicate that the OhoT p
th olwsgo.Hwvr ed the power enabling Harvard tol Is Considered Success 73 s s im h attendance will be even greater I ~J~esL
Gembis cannot be blamed, asI trample the Blue for the second ! :3h s s im h than last year when 205 teams en- II Natjon'ts c Jrj~y List raCl
he is only human. No less than successive year. 7:30 Beta Theta Pi vs. Delta Sig-, 0 score
four games within the last two 1 The result only goes further in (!ivAsocated Press). ImPh.gedi competition._____usual, i
years have been converted intoI jumbling the Eastern situations MEXICO CITY, Nov. 25-Haying aPi Ph'O Ait vd;lMP e. of thes
,Wolverine triumphs through since Harvard had already beencoluehidtesocahng 81la Sigma Deltavs.Phi aturay' CHICAGO, Nov. 25-Winding up iff
the medium of Joe and his ac- stung with a 34-7 beating by Dart- the University of Mexico football) .1 apa uvs Theta Xi. Resultsday' its season with a 33-6 victory over tern fo
curate foot. mouth, and Dartmouth later lost l team during the first full scheduled I .5KpaN Wittenberg, Ohio Univrsity, chain- consin
- to Yale. season of football ever played in; WATER POLO TENNIS pions of the Buckeye intercolleg~ite the Wil
Al Dahem and "Red" Wilson,J- Easy for Ramblers. Mexico, Reginald Root has depart- I 7:45 Ohi Psi vs. Triangle.I W. G. Phelps defeated R. Field athletic association, mnaintained its ;Damfe,
both little, but oh my, made their In the Middle West Notre Dame ed for the United States. IADAL46 -,63(ure ia ac) ehia edi h tnig fGpe
presence felt among the Hawkeyes. stopped off "en route" in Chicago I Root plans to go to Oklahoma j _ 7 1 adCledfaedAlnftentonsudfetdintalgal c
Although their combined weightI long enough to down Northwest- { City to visit his brother and later i 8:00 Alpha Kappa Lambda vs.1 d lp and ColadfeaedAllnG-thntio'sundfetedmsootballi
does not aggregate 300 pounds ern 28-6, and keep its record puzre. III will go to his home in Leroy, N. ;Alpha Omega. Dvif and Browta dee-ted 6-1-.tinsccssveviwoie' to.
these two diminutive backs wre(b l Chicago rose to smite Wash- I Y. He returns to ale in the spring: 8:00 Delta Kappa Epsilon vs. Ph-ui DvsadBondfatdPr n3ote, eodsae n precise
very instrumiental in stemming the lngtoc,, 26-6, and take another in- as hlead coach of the LaCrosse team B80 e lta PhvsPi DeltaTe Ien and PenuefatdrkothTeasChijai ad eser-3thug
Iowa attack. Their accurate' and tersectional scalp, to be put next j there. 80jet hiv.PiDlaMh- Lein adPn ' a rywthTandhi Uirin tenho
g sildtebgIw oPennsylvania in the Midway tro- During Root's three anid a half 'ta. Clarke and Clark by default. IMrlnOi nvriywud:ta
deadly tackling sple(h i oat up its season with a grand total
backs on'more than one ccasio n. l' case. jmonths stay in eio, h has doA- I of 306 points scored, the only team Iowa
Dahiem hit Glassgow so hard i Tulane and Tennessee, leaders in ee n inexperienced veoe nteam in " r i l in the country to pass the 300 and si:
the second period that he wasf the South, both declared a holiday i chooled even in the fundamentals rinal Conference Standzngs mark at the present time although1 Iowa,
dzdothplyliigu wthin order to rest for important o the great American sport, into a___ ___ several may surpass it before the ,teams:
began h pa, iig pwiT Thanksgiving encounters, and inofsancle. I a high
Iowa when the next play began.smoothly functioning outfit that; %esn lss
Wlorelcdhmajdaswa'the Southwest Texas Christian and held the fine Mississippi college ! Team WON LOST TIED PCT. The unbeaten list has dwindledI in the
thesvictimlofea humorndlousiniensouhr Methodist came through eleven to a score of 28 to 0 in the ; ude............ 0 0 1.000 to 16 teams. Mine are listed be- Wolver
webiPee WsrH w ithe easy victories adding more in- final game, which was witnessed by' Ilinois.............3 1 1 .750 few: ev ery t
tace, ifPte "e" ahig wkteyar terest to their contest this 'week. more than 15,000 persons.i Minnesota ..............3 2 0 .600 W T ;cost t
tandle sifet d himgeagain I The Missouri Valley'saw Nebras- The university played six games Northwestern...............2 0 .600 Ohio University:........... . 90' should
an e iedonaan a stop the Kansas Aggies 10-7 and under Root's tutelage, winning Iowa.............. 2 2 "5001 Texas Christian ........ .....9 0 Mc
Posbyte dodto practically clinch the Big Six title. three, tieing one and losing two,, Oi te.50 Wstern Marylax-c ........an0
i Iboth to American colleges. "1. 1 .25..01Tennessee .... 80'tre
otegriio n h xrm CLEVELAND-Bob Fletcher, f a- The university team in :its final ICHGAN ee...........he
cold were responsible for the mobus Illinois backfield star, has re-, game unloosed one of the greatest j "ai............. 250 :Pttsulane.......... ... ....8 0 ; o01-thi
failure of Dahlemi and Wilson signed as coach of Case School of passing. attacks in the history of' Chicago. . .. .. .. .. .......... "1 3 0 250 Purdue .. . . ... . 8 8 featcd
tbevrefetvonatc.Applied Science, where he has ser- football when it completed 23 of Wicii...........140.0 Notre Dame.......8 0 Hawke,
ir!f+io nAsP7 niin. +hn. i-nci in rt19241 9A frcv qQ -,. se_-I Utah ....:......... ........6 0

y Purdue Machine Upsets
aosiers to Keep Proud
Record Spotless.
,en Conference football for
9 season has been conchud-
;h Purdue, for 33 years one
also-rans in the Big Ten
perched high and dry atop
p, the only team of the ten
h a perfect record. In sec-
wce, with three victories, one'
and one tie, rests Illinois,
ions for the past two years.
is merely a matter of form
rcdue,, to play their oldest ri-
ndiana, Saturday. The re-
.s a foregone conclusion, and
ilermakers lived up to ex-
ons by easily trouncing the
s, 32 to 0. The ease with
the "Four Riveters" circled
liana ends and hit the IHoo-
e demonstrated that Putrdute
al champion.
Ohiioans Are Vietims.
is, summoning strength for
,al drive for second position
standings, held a field day
unbus by rolling up a 27 to
over the Buckeyes, who,, as
petered out towards the end
ieso~a, tied with Northwes-
,r third place, nosed out Wis-
in a thrilling 13-12 battle, as
Ideats were bowing to Notre
26 to 6. Broncho Nagurski,
rfullback, celebrated his
ollege game by plunging for
uchdowns against the Bad-
Northwestern's defeat Was
ly what was expected, al-
the score was a little higher
lost predictions.
B-ard for Hawkeyes.
and Ohio State shared fifth
xth places in the standings.
with one of the strongest
in the Conference, deserved
Le position, but bad breaks
Ohio game, and a fighting
ine team that repulsed them
rime they threatened to score
gem two victories that they
have earned.
igan finished in a tie with
as and Chicago for the next
places. Climaxing the sea-
th a spurt comparable to that
1928 campaign, Michigan de-
Minnesota and tied the
,ys to give them a percent-
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