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TUESDAY, OCTOBER 14, -1 o ,n


D 1.. T Y




Two Varsty Half backs Return
Giving Hoosiers Maximum
Strength for Game.
(SPIs~ to The 0([UY
BLOOMINGTON, Ind., UcL. 13.-
Indiana will hurl its full strength in
man-power against Minnesota in its
second Western Conference football
game to be played Saturday after-
noon at Minneapolis. With thl- re-
port today that Saluski and Dauer,
both varsity halfbacks, are back in
shape indications are that the
Crimson squad will have its maxi-
mum strength.
This will mark the third appear-
ance of the Hoosiers at Minnesota
in as many years. Three years ago
Indiana played host to the Gophers
and the game resulted in a 14-14
tie. The past two years have been
a different story. Both games re-
sulted in victories for Minnesota by
scores of 21 to 12 and 19 to 7.
Line Shows Irpprovement.
Backfield men are in abundance
at Minnesota according to reports,
and although the line did not per-
foirn- well in its opening game it
has improved daily. Vanderbilt
drubbed the Gophers two weeks ago.
For this reason Coach Pat Page is
expecting Minnesota to be desper-
ate. The modern creations of Stagg
are said to be incorporated in the
Gophers' style of play.
Nineteej experienced men from
last year are available for Minne-
sota. Included in the line-up are
Capt. Brockmeyer at quarterback,
Jack Manders at fullback, Paul
Kirk at halfback, Clarence Munn at
tackle, and Anderson at end.
Today's drill at Indiana consisted
of correcting mistakes made in the
game Saturday with Oklahoma.
Those who played a major part of
the game were given a rest. Brush-
ing up on old plays and making the
repertoire more complete by addi-
tion of several new formations made
up the remainder of the light drill.

(Continued from Page 6)
nera future.. On the other hand,
the Badgers can be figured on not
only to threaten title contenders?
but to step into the circle of Big
Ten favoriok-s themselves. On the
basis of their showing against Clii-
cago, the Wisconsin team was
judged good but they have yet toi
meet a powerful team and the real
test is expected when they engage
Pennsylvania next Saturday at
Coach Zuppke, Illinois mentor,
has yet to polish off his green In-
cuan eleven. The Illini squad,
much depleted by graduation last
June is composed principally of
new material and in the Butler
contest they showed some imper-
rections bct at the same time
gained valuable experience that
may aid them in repelling the at-
tacks of Conference teams, the
first being the powerful North-
western squad that invades Urbana
this week. It is expected that this
will be the feature Big Ten tilt
fndiana Holds Oklahoma
In tying Oklahoma A and M, 7-7,
I the Hoosiers showed little effective
football but nevertheless perform-
ed better than in their previous en-
counter with the Buckeyes in which
the Indiana eleven played a rag-
ged game to drop its first Confer-
ence game.
While the Hoosiers were being
held by the Oklahoma team the
Hawkeyes turned in no surprise by
bowing to Centenary, 19-12.
( ial toThe Daily)



Chauging a near rout to a one
point victory cl-ared any doubts
Arom the minds of the ,most du-
bious of Michigan supporters that
Coach Kipke does not have a foot-
ball team this fall. The game last
Saturday against Purdue showed:
beyond a shadow of a doubt that
the 1930 V\arsity has that one pro-
reuisite for a champion gridiron
To alicw an opponent to score
13 paints in the first quarter
a iAthen tcme back and
lAy them~ to a stad %il-inthe
: a feat wr ah any
camp could he proud of. E: -
peciayA da when he opponent
is the d:oendin"; Big Ten cham-
i-ion, and reputed to have a
n f r e powerful cou ination
than fle one which bowled over
alt eosit n last season toj
take that title from the West-
ern Ccnference field.
The combination of a startling
upset and a brilliant come-back
which Minhiean staged for the
fighting Boilermakers is a story
common in the annuls of Maize
and Blue football history, but af-
ter the first quarter the manner in
which the stubborn Wolverines
pounded through and ?3 =.
r ov)eponenis was a surprise to
even the most rabid of the Michi-
gan rooters. But it was the old
story of a scrappy team that did
not know their opponents were
stronger than they were and had
to be shown , that the invaders
could keep their apparently safe
Purdue may have become
over-confident after their mar-

1( (Continued From Page 6)
- --_- andt Cornwcll also came through the NOTIOE
man handled the ball so well that Eivetcr game in great shape and
the invaders were completely out- ar tpccwd io be at the guard GRAPE JUICE-Made of sweet
smarted. Then, too, this same pccis next 8aturcay, while Morrison Concord grapes. Phone 6826.
Newman provided t h e wS1ning i again slated to st t at center. 150 TUTORS-ALL COURSES
boint by neatly place-kicking the rsMACK TUTORING AGENCY
ball between the uprights for both V1! itState St Vhone 7927
points after touchdown; a feat at Wlk yc-stcrday's drill for the 310 S. State St. Phone 7927
which VanBibber, Purdue's great reglars wao of a light variety, the
tackle failed. nd stringei were put through WE SPECIALIZE-Ih giving long
- The whole backfield combin- a hard scrimmage agaist Coach life to wash clothing. Moe Laun-
ation of Simrali, Hudson, New- RaY 1ishei's freshman eleven. Al- dry, 204 N. Main. Phone 3916.
man, and Wheeler worked o- though they were forced to work Delivery Service. , 1
th f tl dltd hrdfor theirtouchdowns, the re- - _-

gen er per ecuy anu presee
a combination of passing an
running attack which left lit
tle to be desired. Defensivel
also these men formed a sec
ond line of strength, whie
while it allowed Moss to snag
a few passes, always droppe
himein his tracks after he ha
his hands on the ball. Th
backfield is by far the best on
which Coach Kipke has put o
the field this season.
The line which played most
the game also showed that t
knew what this game of foot
is all about. Airtight on defe
after the first quarter, they Y
the fast-charging BoilermakerJ
wards when necessary, or ope
holes when line play was ca
The ends, Daniels and Cox v
particularly effective in turi
plays in to the tackles, Auer
Samuels, while these two men
dom missed their opportunities
make that tackle. Morrison pla
a fine game at center both on
defense and offense , while1
Cornwell and either Dozer or
Jeunesse depending entirely
which one was in were stubi
bilwarks which allowed very
gains through the middle of

Sol Hudson
who is the powerful cog in the
Varsity backfield that has filled
the fullback shoes so capably thus
far this season. It was Sol who
was called upon last ' Saturday
every time a troublesome yard or

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An opportunity to win class num-
erals, medals, or a trophy cup is
being offered by the intramural de-
partment again this year as it has
been in the past, through an ex-
tensive program in interclass activ-
Interclass competition will b
held in speedball, cross country,
volley-ball, basketball, swimming,
handball, bowling, relays, and base-
ball. A high point system, similar
to that used in fraternity competi-
tion, will be employed. The class
team winning the all-year-round
competition will have its group
picture mounted upon a special
shield which Will be placed in the
lobby of the Intramural Sports
If a class fails to elect an athletic
manager, any individual of that
class may organize a group of men
and enter them in competition. Any
individual who does this and enters
a team in every sport without for-
feiting any games will be allowed
the choice of numerals. gold medal,
or trophy cup. Should his team
become high point winners for the
year, the manager will rceive a
special award.
(By AssociatedPress)
NEW YORK, Oct. 13.-A n dy
Keer's mighty Colgate array has
jumped into the lead in the race
for eastern scoring honors with 178
points in three games. Closely
pressing the Maroons are Cornell
with 174 and Dartmouth with 173
points respectively.
Of the 26 unbeaten and untied
teams in the east, 13 boast un-
crossed goal lines, Colgate and
Dartmouth being among them.
Although Colgate heads the
scoring table, Fordharn has com-
piled the best average with 144
points in two games, or 72 per

IOWA CITY, Oct. 13.-Either the two was needed through the center eis down cie held in te rs
numerals 1.000 or .000 will be print- of the Purple forward wall. quarter, but that confidence
.____.______p__n__ was rudely dispeled as soon as
ed for the -season after the name Michigan got 'its hands on the
of the University of Iowa in the Jayvees Prepare for ball in the second fifteen min-
Western conference percentage Battle With Buckeyes utes of play. Newman, who
standing following a football game --had been rushed into the play
here next Saturday afternoon. (Continued from Page 6) when the going was bad for his
' dywatched them run through a signal team appeared to be the spark
There can be no other alterna- of life which the Varsity need-
tive for the Hawkeyes because the drill on some new plays for Satur- ed to stop Purdue dead and to
contest with Purdue, 1929 cham- day's game. overcome the lead which they
pion, is the only one with a Big The coach wants to be certain had piled up.
Ten team during 1930. that last Saturday's game was not a The stocky sophomore quarter-
So the Iowans Monday begin pre- f.asin-the-pan and he is drilling back was directly responsible for
parations for both the inaugural the first Wolverine score when he
and finale for their conference sea- his men to play till the opponents heaved a long pass to Norm Dan-
son, determined to hammer down are downed or their runner has iels over the heads of the Boiler-
the Boilermakers in the Lafayette finally crossed the goal line, regard- maker backs for thirty yards. Dan-
team's. first visit to Iowa soil in less of gun or whistle. With Wis- iels, then on his own but aided by
seven seasons. j consin and Illinois, two strong Captain Ducky Simrall's blocking
To clinch the conference title incnimn lios tw strong Keegan to the goal line,
the game with the Iowans last fall, teams with ambitions to take the forty yards away. Newman was
a Purdue end fell to the turf back championship, coming on t h e also very much in evidence in the
of the goalline, the triumphant re- schedule, Coach Courtright is not scoring of the second touchdown.
cipient of a forward pass. Little going to take any undue chances in .A pass to Hudson put the ball with-
else was done that afternoon by letting his men get out of their i tscormg territory, and when the
the Boilermaker offense, but their . .ime carne to use "old 83" New-
defense fended off the Iowa backs victorious striae. A win this week-
twice within the ten yard mark, end will do much to insure their
thereby protecting the seven point confidence and show that the com-!I
mhrgbynrotecbinngu n bmation he has worked out is per- 1
margin to the final gun. manent and not lucky.
Glen Harmeson, passer, and Bill mannt _ndno _____y O~. 4
Woerner, receiver, are gone, but
Purdue again has a menacing pass- Purdue Will Battle
ing attack, headlined by Jack Hawkeye Eleven Next
White, veteran quarterback, Jim ____
Purvis, Ed Moon, and Paul Moss. (Spra i o7 ,7e;1e
Iowans know that those passes LAFAYETTE Ind., Oct. 1.-In-
must not connect consistently or asmuch as Purdue will be Iowa's
the unpopular .000 numerals will only Big Ten foe this season, it
appear in the standing. They will is a certainty that Ingersen will
memorize protective plays, and have his eleven keyed to the high
must learn how to cut down a point of the season for the game, O
fleet running attack of speedy half- while the Boilermakers will enter
backs and to muffle the plunging the game realizing that three more
fullback, Alex Yunevich, hardenecd conference games follow on suc-
campaigner of the title team. cessive Saturdays, and can not
- afford to spend all of their energy
RISKO TO BOX WALKER HERE in preparation for the single en-
(B' Associated Press) Saturday's tilt with the Hawk- Our styles are O.K.
DES_ MOINES, Oct. 13.-Mickey eyes renews a series that has pro-
Walker, world champion middle- duced some spectacular clashes in and our values are the
weight, has been signed for a bout the past, although the two teams g t e
with Johnny Risko at Detroit have met only eight times on the greatest ever.
Olympia November 7, Jack Kearns, field of football battle. In those
his manager, said here today. eight battles, Purdue has been re-
Kearns and Walker are here for turned victorious twice. . A fide Sut at
the tight Monday nightdbetween
Walker and. Mike Mandell of St.
Paul. COLLEGE $335-40
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It has been said that Mic
igan got the breaks when tli
Purdue backs fumbled thr
times in succession duriitg ti
second guarter, but it mustt
remembered that backs of t]
calibre of those which Coac
Kizer puts on the field do n
fumble without some good re
son. That reason was the vi
ous tackling which the Varsi
showed. Then, too, it must1
remembered that the Wolv
took advantage of every brea
in the way in which Michiga
teams have been proven to ta
their opportunities-by turni
them into scores.
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ringworm-millions of people thme th
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same. A ringworm parasite, Abso
tinea trichophyton by name,
causes that redness between the
toes with i-t-c-h-i-n-g. Tiny
blisters or a thick, moist skin Tests i
condition may be another symp- lab"
tom. Again dryness, with little Absorbi
scales, is a signal. like ti
"At least half of all adults wherev
,, the rn
suffer from it at sonic time,
says the U. S. Public Health It mi
Service. In universities as far examine
apart as Pennsylvania and Cali- the firs
fornia 50% of the men have it. mentio
And the co-eds are not immune Absorb!
either. handy i
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where we all go for cleanliness eXosul
and health--on the edges of floors.
swimming pools and showers- F.
in gymnasiums-on lock.er- and Massach
dressing-room floors. It spite of
modern sanitation (you have to
boil socks 15 minutes to kill it)

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