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THE MICHIGAN

DAILY

PAGE SEVEN

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TWO 6BICTE GMES
PLA YED THIS WEEtKI1
Four Conference Teams Go East
for Intercollegiate
Battles.
PURDUE MEETS CHICAGO
Only two of the contests played
in the Big Ten thi's week will have
any bearing on the Conference per-
centage column, the remainder of
the teams playing with outside op-
ponents.
Two of the leaders in the Confer-
erice will make an effort to improve
their standings at the expense of
weaker teams. Purdue, with only
one defeat chalked up against them,
will meet Chit;ago on the latter's
home field, while Northwestern
breaks camp the last part of the
week to make the trip to Bloom-
ington when the Wildcats meet Pat
Page's downtrodden charges.
Neither Indiana nor Chicago can
do much to improvetheir standing
in the Big Ten, but a victory for
either would come as more than a
mild upset, and would materially
alter the race for the title.
Illinois Meets Army.
While Michigan's Wolverines
.make the 900-mile jaunt to Cam-
bridge Saturday, Illinois will bel
travelling east also, where they will
meet Army in a return engagement,
the first of whi'ch was won by the
Illini last year, 17 to 7. From all
indications and the respective per-
formances of the two teams mnus
far, the Suckers have little chance i
to repeat last year's trick.
Flushed by their unprecedented
victory over the cocky University of
Detroit eleven last week, Iowa is
grooming hard for theilr contest
with Marquette, Saturday. Mar-
quette is one of the eight teams
throughout the country still to be
defeated or .tied, and either per-
fotrmance, if done by the Hawkeyes
would be a great boost for Coach
Ingwerson.
Kiphe Sends Gridders
Through Hard Session
(Continued From Page 6)
were injected into the backfield
quartet at intervals, with Avery
proving himself to be a line crasher
of considerable ability.
On the line Coach Kipke used
almost every available man on the
squad with the exception of Auer,
who is still limbering up after a
period in the hospital with an in-
fected ear, and Hewitt, star end,
whose broken ankle remains in the
cast as yet.'
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Sideline

by Joe Russell.j
Now that any possibility of a
game with the University of De-
troit has been stopped by the deci-
sion of the Board in Control of
Athletics, Coach Harry Kipke will
turn all of his energies toward
making it two in a row over the
Harvard Crimson when the two
teams meet this week-end. Hard l
work and plenty of it is in store
for the Wolverines this week.
In turning down the offer of
the U. of D. to play a post sea-
son game with Michigan, but
in settingaside the share of the
proceeds of the Maroon game
which would have ordinarily
gone toward furthering Michi-
gan's athletic program the
Board showed that it not only
was ready to help charity, but
that it was willing to take
money from its own pocket to
further a worthy cause.
Football is the only sport which
makes any money here, and conse-
quently all of the other forms of
athletics are supported by this one
game. With this in mind the action
of the Board seems especially com-
mendable. The University of De-
troit game was not popular within
the student body as a whole, and;
it is highly problematical as to its
value as a drawing card.
Harvard this year does not
appear to have a team which
jwill be able to avenge the de-
feit which was handed them
last season at the Stadium.
However, with the importance
attached to the game which is
sure to follow an intersectional
battle between two prominent
schools, Coach Horween will
have his eleven primed to a
fighting pitch to uphold the
honor of the east against the
western invaders.
On their first jaunt into the west
last year, the Crimson received
rather rough handling at the hands
of the down-trodden Wolves and
went back to Cambridge smarting
under a 14-12 defeat. Michigan on
the other hand has shown surpris-
ing power in the Conference this
season, and will be considered fav-

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IRACE FOR NATIONA
1NARROWS DOWN
(Continued from Page 0)
_-________ _______whom have chances for National
orites, whereas Harvard was ex-gridiron honors even though they
rts, wininth rga s ex- remain undefeated, also w e n t
pected to win in th pre-game pre- through Saturday's games with a
dictions a year ago. loss or a tie, Oklahoma City, St.
Thus the best-meant dope Olaf, Muskingum, Marquette, Hei-
will go wrong, and uniess Mich- dleberg, Akron, Allegheny, and
igan plays heads up fosbal- Tulsa being the undefeated elevens.
as they have been all season- Oklahoma City has won more
they are liable to get a taste games than any other team in the
of the bitter medicine they United States, seven, while Utah
handed the invaders last year. continues to lead the nation's
Harvard is always dangerous. teams in scoring with a total of
With a Barry Wood and his 224 points in five contests, or an
lightning-like passes working average of almost 45 points per
for the opposition, Michigan game.
will need a good day if they In the east, neither Dartmouth
are to come out on the long or Army has been defeated, but
end of the score. both teams have played tie games
Then, too, Harvard has Mays towith Yale's powerful eleven, who
The, ooHavar hs Mystoloses recognition as the east's
run with the ball, and reports haveloe rcgntnas h at'
it thatthere are few better ball- leader by virtue of a previous loss
carriers in the east than this same to Georgia. Cornell's upset by Co-
Mays. On the line Ben Ticknor, All- lumbia was the feature of the day
American center of last year will in eastern circles.
yea wil fTulane, Florida and Georgia are
form the bulwark of the Crimson unbea, i th GerConfe
eleven both on offense and defense. __unbeatnint__SoutherConfer

ence, but the latter two tied Satur-
day, while Oklahoma is being
threatened by Kansas in the Big
Six. Washington State continues as
the leader of the Pacific Coast Con-
ference, with Oregon as its only
undefeated opponent.
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Coach Kipke has a passer to
offset the heaves of Wood in
Harry Newman, and two ball-
toters in Wheeler and Hudson
who can be stacked up against
the best around these parts.
On theL line Michigan will
have such stars as Morrison,
Cornwell, Daniels, Auer, and
Samules.
426 Thompson
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Returning leaves Boston 11:55 p. m.,
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Phone: Dial 4011 or 4670
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