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TUt3SbAY, OCTOBER 21, 1930

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After the smoke cleared awv a y
frqm elds all over the counAtry last
Saturday, and all of te banrers
were stored away the spoting vwo
looked up to ind cy iou:: ft
Big Ten teams with uDb'Iern -heI
records. MIcIanwith its victo.y
at Columbus shares honors with
Northwclstern, both havi r ; co1lkod.
up-J t' ir ;Ccon;d wiris over CO'nfer-

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ence opponents.
Minnesota and 'isconstn are thce
other two with perfect bids for the
title. however,'in the light of the
resuls to date either the Wildcats
or the Wolverines are by far the
favored aggregations. When thc
young Illini eleven lost a 32-0 gamc
to Northwestern, the worst licking
Illinois has had since 1913, they le;
themselves out of the big race and
their only hope will be the fact that
the rest of the season opponents
will atteinpt to coast on them and
save up for the tough ones.
1lawkeyes Lose.
Iowa lost the -only conference
game scheduled this year and have
already put in their bid for the
.cellar with an average of .000, while
the big Purple defending champions
were able to boast a comeback from
the beating at the hands of the
Wolverines. The Buckeyes with two
losses to date are definitely out of
the running and Ohio has hung up
the crepe' for what seemed on paper
one of the strongest contenders.
Chicago marred the West's inter-
sectional standings by dropping
their game to Florida and proved
that they will not be classed among
the leaders this year. Indiana show-
ed an improvement but they were
not good enough for Minnesota and
unless Pat Page can revamp his
team they will not figure heavily in
the Conference race.
Badgers Upset Penn.
Wisconsin has established itself
as the bogeyman of the Big Ten by
completely outclassing the highly-
touted Pennsylvania crew. With this
win to their credit they will loom
as one of the strongest bidders for
the honors.
Only two Big Ten championship
games are slated for Saturday as
Wisconsin goes to Lafayette to meet
Purdue and the Wolves try to make
it three straight when they pounce
on Illinois. The Purdue - Wisconsin
game appears to be anybody's, but
Michigan playing as they did
against the Bucks and the Purple
should take the Illini.
OHIO UNIVERSITY - Freshman
physical education revealed inter-
esting statistics. The heaviest girl,
tipping the scales at 184 pounds,
weighed more than twice as much
as the lightest, who balanced at a
mere 89,.

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n1QJts ar ntua ecc cont :stant
cove': the course ao lersi. nine
L m70s. Ti asurs that the muen
will1 be i) ag'OOd eon1dii n fer th
thr ee-mile race.
For the frt time in cight years
the racs wiIl be riu over a difer-
ent course. This year's Varsity anid
intlaxnur: runners coev£ a cor
w:hich st a its on 'he tra-1k, r oe
across Ferry Field p:,ft Yost In'
House, cut onto fState S;treet, south
on StatL to the cd of the brick
wall, along this wail to the railroad
track, diagonaily across the intra-
mural playing fil(d under the via-
Juct to the golf course. The layout
continues around the goi course,
doubling back through the viaduct,I
and so back to the track.j
Everyone who has run this new
course is very enthusiastic about
SIDELINE
S CHATTER (
(Continued from Page 6)
quarter nearly all of the Ohio plays
were passes, but very few of them
found the man they were intended
for.

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larr number of contestants then
ever before and rake a more de- QUICK
cided place in the athletic interest eon 40
of the universit, near
K. Sehaddellee, winner of the WILL p
all-campus event in 1925, made the overco
oost time yet recorded in intra- please
ROOMS
CREtS COUNTRY WINNERS either
1922-C. T. Hicks. reason
192-;. S. Bishop. Phone
1927-R. Radford.
1925-H. Schaddellee.
1-2-E. H. Winslow.
1927--u. F. Wagner. CLOTHI
1928-Harod Groehn. and S
1929-IHarold Groehin. redt
200 N(
mui als, 14 minutes 38 seconds for
the three-mile course. This is the TENORS
record that the runners this ear dist c
year School
will be shooting at and the im-
proved condition of the course WA E
combined with less traffic should jent,,
go a long way to set up a new Psych.
mark. The race is open to any - once
runner who runs off the necessary AGEN
1e IjPT

NOTICE
M. O. C. Corporation-Corn-
of three distinguished
Lo:s-will number in its
ele a few more sororities
g social success during the
g season. Appiy Box 144. 1
JUICE-Made of sweet
rd grapes. Phone 6826.
SERVICE-Special lunch-
Gc. Forest inn. Forest Ave.
South University. lC
arty who exchanged black
ats in History 141, Monday
call Case at 6253. 1
AND BOARD for men,
students or faculty Prices
able. 825 E. University.
4973. 134

WAN rEI

NG SALESMAN-Part time
aturdays., Student prefer-
Call at once at The Fair,
orth Main. 1
S AND BASSES for Metho-
hoir. See Mrs.,gRhead at
l of Music.1 1
D-Tutors in every sub-
especially Chem., Econ.,
., Languages, Philos.,
Soeiol., Zool. Apply at
MACK TUTORING
CY, 310 S. State, over Col-
nn. Phone 7927. 123G

MELVIN ,-
HEIN CARL s CARLF
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One Of the mast startling upsets of the present season was accomplished by Washington Ae college
wien it defeated University of California and University of Southern Caliornia on successive week-ends.

preliminary laps and previous
perience is not necessary.

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s The team's pawer lies in these stars
triple threat back; and Melvin Heir
KIPKE EASES UP
OV CR1D PRACTICE1
Intiga! Workout After RuckeyeI
Win Given in Snow.
(Continued From Page 6)
Jack Wheeler, who has been spend-
ing two years with the Varsity sit-
ting on the bench for the major
portion of the time. This year, how-
ever, Wheeler seems to have struck
his stride, and last Saturday was
the chief thorn in the side of Wes-
ley Fesler, Ohio's All-American end,
besides being the Wolverine's great-
est ground gainer.
Simrall and Hudson, Michigan's
two regular backfield men from last
year, again put up their customary
g o o d games against Ohio State,
Simrall especially starring for the
Wolverines. The Michigan captain's
defensive play and his pass receiv-;
ing ability were a great factor in
the Maize and Blue triumph.
On the line, Williamson and Cox
did good work at the ends, Samuels
and Purdum starred at the tackles,
Hozer and Cornwell went well at
the guard posts, and Morrison was
a tower of strength defensively at
center. The showing made by the
whole team was entirely satisfactory
from a Michigan viewpoint, and
with the added experience and con-
fidence gained from the Ohio game,
the Wolverines should be hard to
stop in the Conference.

Elmer "The Great" Swartz, stellar
pivot man.

fullback; Carl "Tuffy" Ellingsen,I

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Stars of East in Tie
for High Point Honors
(Continued from Page 6)
Bowdoin and New Hampshire.
Individual scoring leaders, with
figures showing the number of
games played, touchdowns, points
after touchdown, field goals, and to-
tal points, follow:

J. Murphy, Fordham..4
Viviano, Cornell.....4
Tanguay, New York U.4
Eyth, Carnegie Tech..4
Hewitt, Columbus. 4
Foster, Bowdoin.....3
Handleman, Cornell..4
Grossman, Rutgers...4
Dubinsky, City College4
Goff, Rhode Island...4
Macaluso, Colgate... .4
Scalzi, Georgetown... 4
French, Penn State... 4
Turnbull, J. Hopkins. .3
Booth, Yale .......... 4
Hood, Pittsburgh ..... 4
Janis, Fordham.....4
Hart, Colgate.......4
Stevens, Syracuse.... 4

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STAR P ACK LOST
TO PURDUE TEAM
(111 Aso aed Prs -
LAFAYETTE, Ind., Oct. 19. -
Purdue's hopes of defeating Wis-
consin's football team here next
Saturday were dimmed today on
the Boilermaksrs' return from
Iowa City when an examination
revealed that Alex Yunevich,
hard pluging fullback, had dis-
located a shoulder.
Although he will be unable to
play against the Badgers, a cap-
able substitute was uncovered in
the Iowa game when Horstman
averaged five yards a play. White,
varsity quarterback, who has
been out with injuries, will re-
turn to the line-up for the Wis-
consin game.

With Ohio State safely out of
the way, Michigan has yet to
meet Illinois, Chicago, and
Minnesota before they can lay
any claim on the Conference
title. Of these teams Illinois
and Chicago should not be able
to stop the Wolverine march,
but Minnesota may be the
stumbling block over which
Coach Kipke's hopes of a cham-
pionship in his second year in
the Big Ten may crash.
Illinois suffered the worst defeat
they have had in years when
Northwestern took them over the
road last week, but Coach Zuppke
may be relied upon to have a few
tricks up his sleeve. The Illini al-
ways play their best game of the
year against Michigan, and they
take 'great joy in beating a Maize
and Blue team. The Illini will in-
vade Ann Arbor this week set to
avenge their early season defeats.
However their record to date shows
that they have a weak team this
year, while Michigan has shown

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Adler Pigskin Gloves $3.95
Raybrook Wool Hose.. 75c

PORTABLE ORTHOPHONIC VIC-
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MINATURE GOLF SET-Can- be
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