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TUESDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1930

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Dunn and Vincent are two of uie iesser Yale lunminaries on the grid-
iron who help clear the path for the eastern school's dazzling quarter-
back, Albie Booth. Booth was forced out of the Army game Saturday
when he was tackled ferociously by two of the West Point players. Booth
was one of the East's leading backs last season despite his small size.

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Result of Harvard-Dartmouth,
Game Interests Michigan }
Football Rooters.
FAR WEST DOPE UPSET
Several of the out-comes of foot-
ball games Saturday are significant
to the grid fans of the country be-
cause of their effect on the confi-
dence in the leaders of the various
sections of the football world. The
East furnished the majority of
these tilts but the Far West claims
at least one that was contrary to
dope, while the South contributedl
a couple.
Crimson Shows Strength.
The Dartmouth-Harvard game
was of interest to Michigan follow-
ers since the Wolverines are sched-
uled to meet the Crimson in two
weeks, and the ability of the Camb-
ridge eleven to hold the much
touted Dartmouth squad to one
touchdown promises a good battle
for Michigan.
After suffering defeat at the
hands of Georgia, Yale came back
in high spirits, and in spite of the
loss of their star, Albie Booth,
early in the game, held the army
'pigskin toters to a tie for another
"urprise. At the same time Navy's
boys trotted over Princeton for a
heavy victory and Rockne's aggre-
gat on further bolstered the confi-
dence of the rooters for another
national crown by beating the
Pittsburgh Panthers who were re-
garded as a great team.
Out beyond the Rockies, South-]
ern California further complicated

TANKMEN PLACED
SECONDTO YALE
Wolverines Gain Eight Places
in National Ranking.
(Continued from Page 6)
ing. The only division in which
the Wolverines did not place was
the fancy diving.
Although Northwestern won the
Conference meet, Michigan defeat-
ed the Purple later in a dual meet.
In fact, Michigan has lost but one
dual meet in the past six years.
The national champion Yale swim-
mers trounced the Varsity, 41 to 21,
last year, but it was one of the
largest scores which any team was
able to run-up against the champs.
Michigan also tied with North-
western in the Conference ranking
with 16 places for each, this des-
pite the fact that Al Schwartz of
the Wildcat tank team was rated
the best swimmer in the country.
Every one of Michigan's star per-
formers has graduated except Val-
entine who will captain Coach
Matt Mann's swimming team this
year.

standings on the Pacific Coast by
setting Stanford down decisively,
when the Trojans were expected to
win. This game alone will make the
battle for the crown'close and in-
teresting to football fans, for their
confidence in Stanford has suffer-
ed a blow with Southern Califor-
nia's bid for attention.
In the South the most surprizing
result was the defeat that Furman
handed the University of Florida's
outstanding eleven, but the manner
in which Alabama turned predic-
tions upside down by coming out on
top of Vanderbilt is of major im-
portance to southern grid follow-
ers.

Sideline Chatter
by Joe Russell. almost a habit for the Wolverines
p to win over the Gophers.

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cially in our columns under the head of "ANN
ARBOR NEWS" we bring to our readers important
items of interest that deal particularly with city topics

published, supported, and read the MICHIGAN
DAILY. It has been the medium of campus news
and editorial comment for generations of Michigan
Students.
We have through our period of continual expan-
sion been widening our scope of news service. Of late
the MICHIGAN DAILY has been bringgin its
readers the latest word and state news right from our
Associated Press Wire and through our several other
news services.
We now call your atten tion to our new field of

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and happenings. THIS

COMES

TO YOUR

BREAKFAST TABLE every morning except Mon-
day.
"Ann Arbor's Morning Newspaper"

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Throughout our news pages and espe-

With the Western Conference
season half completed, three teams,
stand out as possible contenders
for the title; which was won by theI
Boilermakers last year. Purdue,
however, was roughly bumped from
the running this season by a great
come-back on the part of Coach
Kipke's Wolves,, leaving the chase
for Big Ten laurels anybody's race.
Michigan, Northwestern, and
Minnesota are still undefeated
so far this year, but the pros-
pects of a three-way tie for the
championship is very slim since
the Wildcats and the Gophers
mix this Saturday. Although
Northwestern is favored in this
game, having two victories to
its credit, while Minnesota has
but one, the prospects for a tie
game would look particularly
sweet to Michigan rooters.

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The situation is bound to be-
come much more clear after
this Saturday with Minnesota,
Northwestern, or both dropping
out of the championship pic-
ture when the two elevens
tangle at Minneapolis. Wiscon-
sin, upset by Purdue last week
in one of the biggest surprises
of the current season, is slated
to play Ohio State at Columbus,
and if present indications may
be taken will emerge from the
game with a victory.
Illinois will play host to Purdue,
with the Illini pushed completely
out of consideration for the title,
and Purdue battling on a faint
hope that all the teams will be
defeated at least once, the game
should be an interesting one with
Purdue favored to win. These are
the only games which will have a
bearing on the title situation.
Cross Country Team

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Should the Gophers and North-
western battle sixty minutes to a
tie, the path to a Michigan cham-

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