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Scrimmage With Junior Varsity
Replaced by Stiff Drill
on Running Attack.
CONCENTRATE ON BACKS
Yesterday's scheduled scrimmage
between the Wolverine Varsity
C leven and the 'B' team was called
off by Coach Harry Kipke in order
to give him more time to perfect
new plays and work up a hard
running attack to use against the
Crimson warriors on Saturday.
After a short session in which
Captain Simrall and Jack Wheeler
limbererd up their toes in punting
and several men were given a
chance to show what they could do
in the drop kicking line, the Maize
and Blue team was driven through
a lengthy session on dummy scrim-
mage in which a mixed group of
Junior Varsity men and Varsity
substitutes composed the opposi-
tion.
Harvard May Stop Passes.
With the possibility of Harvard
disrupting the Wolverine passing
attack in which the Michigan
sophomore flash, Harry Newman,!
figu, res so prominently, C o a c h
Kipkesis banking on his backfield
men to carry the ball around the
Crimson ends and crash through
their line.
Several different combinations
were used in the backfield with
none of them proving entirely
satisfactory to the Wolverine men-
tor,, who is still worried over the
fact that, during his absence last
Saturday, the 'A' team experienced
much difficulty in nosing out a
strong Freshman squad by a score
of 13-12 in a regular scrimmage.
Hudson was
h.ving trouble in
,"rashing through
She line yester-
lay, but Wheeler,
Heston, and De-
3aker tore off
« ood gains on the
inbalanced line
)lay, and proved
oo elusive for
he defense tac-
°ers on many
accasion. Lateral
Ileston passes centering
around Newman wer also tried with
varying success. Tessmer, Eastman,
and Avery, formerly a lineman,
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THESE GRID STARS S
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With 65 candidates already in
training despite the earliness of the
season and several more who will
be available after the close of the
football and cross country sched-
ules. Coach Ken Doherty will have
no lack of material with which to
mold his freshman track team for
the coming season. Although the
season ., not far enough advanced
for any definite predictions, Coach
Doherty stated that the squad as
a whole looks fair.
Plenty of men are working in all
the divisions except in the low hur-
dles, which seems to be the weak
point thus far. Candidates in the
high-jump are showing up well.1
The yearling squad is working out
three nights each week in the field
house. At present most of the can-1
didates are devoting their efforts to
get into shape. As the track season
! is starting much earlier this year
than is usually the case, intensive
drill will not start until later in the
season.
CLEVELAND - Rigler, who was
one of the National League umpires
in the world series between the
Philadelphia Athletics and the St.
Louis Cardinals, says that George
Earnshaw is the greatest right-
hander since Christy Mathewson. I

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Notre Dame and Northwestern supposedly strong defensive Migne-
Remain as Best Teams sota eleven, 27 to 6, to tie Michigan
ji. Middle"Wes. for the Conference leadership and
-- __further increase its prestige as one
FORDHAM LEADS EAST of the strongest teams in the coun-
try. The Wildcats have still to face
Following a Saturday that saw Notre Dame, however, and should
several major football teams upset they win that tilt they will un-
doubtedly he conceded first in Na-
and several others playing tie m u tional ranking.
games, only 13 grid teams through- Alabama won its sixth straight
out the country remain unbeaten game by downing a previously un-
and untied. Of these 16 tsams, only defeated Kentucky eleven, 19 to 0,
eight may be classed as major col- to take the lead in the race for
lege elevens, Southern gridiron honors. Fordham
Notre Dame continued its unde- continued its undefeated manner
feated way by taking over a weak in the east by taking over West
team from Indiana, 27 to 0, to keep Virginia, 18 to 2, but in so doing
its place at the head of the teams was scored on for the first time.
that must be given a chance for It still remains as the only team
National gridiron honors. This vic- in the country whose goal line is
tory gives the Irish a total of five uncrossed, West Virginia's only
straight wins, with several other points being scored on a safety.
difficult games remaining on its Western Maryland continued un-
schedule. Should the Rocknemen beaten in the south and several
get through the list of teams they teams in the western part of the
have to play without being beaten country, Washington State, Utah,
or tied, they are almost a sure bet and Oregon, all remained in this
for National honors. class.
Northwestern, in the Big Ten, Seven other schools, none of
showed its power by walloping a (Continued on Page Seven.)

RECORS ATER SATURDAV'SGAMES

ILLINI TO MEET
ARMY THIS WEEK,
(Srral 1)T h e /Daily)
URBANA, Ill., Nov. 3.-With the'
first lap of the Big Ten campaign
a thing of the past, the Illini foot-
ball players now look to their in-
vasion of New York to play Army
in Yankee stadium next Saturday.
This is the second game of the ser-
ies with the cadets who journeyed
to the Orange and Blue stadium
last year to lose, 17-7. Last year
Illinois was regarded as the under-
dog in the conflict and this time
again the Illini are thought to be
facing an opponent of superior
strength.
This is the first eastern trip of
an Illinois team since 1925 whenI
Red Grange and his companionsl
defeated Pennsylvania at Phila-
delphia, 24-2. It is expected that
80,000 persons will see the contest.
The Illinois band of 160 pieces
will make the trip and march and
play in the stadium, while "Chief
Illiniwek" will smoke the pipe of
peace with the West Point cadet.

hander since Christy Mathewson.

Harvard's boast of Barry Wood's
passes and Mays' runs will be
matched Saturday when Newman
looses some of his heaves and starts
his runs, while Williamson will have
a chance to star at end.
Big Four of Far West
Meet in Grid Battles
(By Associated Press)
SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 3.-Once
members of the extinct exclusive
football set known as the "big
four" of the Pacific Coast confer-
ence, California, Southern Califor-
nia, Stanford and Washington will
square off for bitter struggles a-
mong themselves next Saturday.
Two great traditional rivalries,
one intrastate and the other inter-
state, will pit California's Bears
against Southern California's Tro-
jans and Stanford's Cardinals a-
gainsTt Washington's H-luskies.

Detroit Falcons Open
Ice Season With Win
DETROIT, Nov. 3.--The Detroit
Falcons, National league hockey
team, ushered in the professional
hockey season here last night by
trouncing the Detroit Olympics, In-
ternational league team, 3 to 0.
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causes "Athlete's Foot" is right and re
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the name, and in colleges as far with d
apart as California and Pennsyl-
vania it has been found that Abs
50% of the men have it. Again,
the U. S. Public Health Service
reports that "at least half of "AT
all adults suffer from it at
some time." Tests i
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foot, toe itch, dobie-itch-there biim J
are many names for the same tissues
thing, and the symptoms are ever it
redness between the toes, with ringwo
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signals vary, but authorities :mantio
agree that they are all trace. Jr. An(
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