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SATURDAY, N P , _________ TIlE MICHI4GAN DATT9

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Four Intcr-Conferel.-cc Battles
Will Deterrmi e Rti
of Memnbers.
GIVE IRISH 2 TO O D
Conference football will have on j
of its most colorful wee k-£ ids of
the season today withl of the Bid;
Ten schools renewing; ncient rival-
ries. Four inerCn'.nc amen
will feature the day1_, aloa s
one, the D M ,ichigan-Chicag fray
has a direct efl'c et noo te. i
Ten championship., No .:rthwster.x
and Iowa will meet outidetea- s.1
Perhaps the most outstanding:
game in the country today from the
national champion.sh-ip point of
view is the affair w_,,ich is being.
planned for Dyche stadium over in
Evanston, wherey Knute Roekn £e~
Irish are to attempt to defeat their
msdagru poenofteseason in the Northw estern Wild-,

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Indiana Favored to Take Title;
aiiniad Badgers Also
1AUDJ SiN1RATE 1D HIGHLY
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FRATi T ADA
Phi Alpaha Delta defeated Theta
Xi, 3-0, vwhie Alp ha Kapa am7b6da
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~>c crwn.The remainder of themuabilng et t a os
to h SaDela _ Pelnion
Loam ias colmnosed of veterans thiat ifre dj J'h -h t,1-0,
have been under the f-Ire of Big Ten ; ndiae1taB.N.2!
cornpetition before. 'w hi Delta hla ofitdt
Aua Chi Blic i i nefrar:
Goldsmith .an~dKirk head a n ro_ qty volleyball. A ,:apaamd
m isinn, list of Wisconsin runners, deie ted Pji LambdaI ?Ph~i,2-0 au
and, if their teaUrm-mates finish riP?. Beta Delta v:,one., 'huEp.-
fairly well up, may push Tu diarma E' . CaPhi, 2-1 inthe1sme turna

North American soccer team will
play the South Americans for the
All-Campus Championship.
CSS COUNTRY
7 arkcv--D ~y cross country meetj
will be run over tne Varsity three-,
I Hil; course at 10:30 next Thursday
morning. This is the first time that
such a meet will be run and a 10-
'pound turkey will be the first prize.
The first 10 freshmen to finish in
'th1S meet will receive numerals. All
studenjts are eligible for this run
except members of the Varsity
Squad and the 10 freshmen numeral
wh iners.
SjWilliam Phelps defeated Red

Still giving the same fine service on
Women's silks. Phone 3916 for
Delivery Service.
MOE LAUNDRY
204 North Main Street C
I ATTENTION BOYS !
Six vacancies for football visitors.
Sleeping and breakfast for $1.
Mrs. M. C. Palmn, 332 E. Jefferson.
Dial 7716. 4
NOTICE-If the person who ab-
sconded with the Morrison and
Commager history book which
was left in Daily Business office
will return said book io afore-
mentioned office no questions
jwill be asked, Owner flunked
(blue book in course yesterday.
TYPING-Theses a specialty. Fair
1rates. M. V. Ifa.tsuff. Dial 9087.
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fea ted.
When the teams go into action, ', 'l
many of the player :will be on the
spot for possible all-American hon-
ors. Frank Carideo, 1929 all-Amier-
ican quarter for Notre Dame, wl
again mance good that honor, orr
otherwise, as the case may be. Bert'
Metzger, diminutive 150 - pound
guard for the Irish, will also have Ve anll eader of the Ncrthwesti
a chance to make good his bid as ! again st a mighty Moire Dame coi
the "best in the country, pound for ==romises to be the greatest football
pound." Capt. Tom Conley at end boast perfect records so far this seas
and Drill and Swartz at the halves
will also be watched.
Northwestern will also put :forth
'n thHero o9..hrxhHa
its claim for ali-Amer'ican honors 99N
intepro f} kr h a lbeen playing a 'stellar blank p~osi- ri
lion all season. Woodworth, a guard'!
Hanley's best bets. "'Hard Luck"
Hank Bruder will also be in the Local Interest to be Centered
lineup with his annual bid for
national mention. on Battle Between State
lrjilh Los, Savei-df and Titan G:iddenrs.
Despite the fact that 3orDatme___
will be minus the service, of Joe' MANY GRID TEAMS REST;
Savoldi, the Chicago loop is favor-___
ing the Irish u ith betiin g, (ontiued rom
odds at 2 to 1 yesterdlay . Criics, 4~e6
however, concede a muchn. smaller and Princeton, while Harvard has
margin of' victory to the R~oce eailed to make any, playing Army,
crew. The Wildcats will beiup Dartmouth, Michigan, and Holy
against soi of the fi is t 'Cr'oss. The team that flashes an
and offensive play tha t Q? ,y havec. attack will win or else the gamre
opposed this season, r anley , u)_djilil drag out to a scoreless tie, pro-
upshis practice ses s y (vst , y ivided of course the elemnent of luck
and n anoutniste toe ~ stays clear of the fray.
adi r T m tian' nounced that' the Nori "N esten Another eastern name, and a
outfit was confident of thIe ef-_ tough one too, will be staged W~ith
come. Whatever t'oe result, an elim- T'1emple and Carnetgie Tech as the

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hard for first place. Illinois is the
third squad being considered asa
possible contender, and the1. Thin-Y
ha rriers will be le(I by Captain.
;vans an,-d 'oelkstein, both of Vv zomi
Placed in the1 2 1929 event.
None of the reineaini-".Et£ams
figure as possibilities for wiz.;:ii
I2.urels although theL: 0re o seVri
briiliant iYdxcui: nte ~s
'Dale at 1C~ag.Vii~i0
fo uith place 1i.tye arY,ad et
lutstin of :v1iehi~an wili L~j&
ly be in the ist five toegn"
The individual h:ar ~~-
Le~as, Kemp, CGoidswoa.h, is
Ltts, tt ,and AuttP~Yl-. id .,hei , .,-
gle for first 1place shiowa j(Iwc. -
into a pretty race.
Coach Charlie Hoyt Lin
hns Michigan haLi ( wUo
wvith high hopes oet atlesli-
ig in the first division. Lrad,'of
sufficient men of abili y to s~u
AYustin banished anyidea tlt'cWly-
trine mentor nmy have ? - ofo
taking the championship. Ca-; a
Fitzgibbons, Austin, Wolfe f T l
Hill, and Crawford make u j the:
M~aize and Blue contingent wil
only Austin and Wolfe being count-
ed upon to finish in the first ten.

t Yana,2- , Dlta KappavCourtis lort th 1Al-Capu tennis
1'~ ~ ~ ~~& r_',c eoe et ima :., chaimpionship yesterday, 5-7, 6-2,
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;.nationof national tiec c,) nder
is to be the rsl n eu--..
will be mostinter -gt l cl
out crowd, mn fwo aa
fallen victim to the hutndrode of
scalpers who0 are prevalewnt aroun,
the Windy City. .
Purdue should cinch its position'
as runner-up in the ConfJeren-ce
race today in the renevwal of its
Old Oaken DucIket feud with Is-
diana, which began bock in 1391.
Coach Pat Page is doing_, all in his
power, however, to upset the B~oiler-
maker's plans and has greatly
strengthened his defenIse in the
past two weeks (A rest. Yesterday
he tried out a nev unigCOM-
bination with Saluski a:nd HToover
at the halves, Opasik at ful'l, and
Brubaker calling signals. Ed Risk
may get into the -game for Purdue
after several weeks of idleness, thus:'
bolstering the overhead game of
Coach Kizer.
nuckeyes Favored.
A win by Ohio State today over
the Illini would put the Buckeyes"
in' position to claim fourth place
for Conference honors, and accord-
ing to Coach Willianan of State,
that is just what Ohio is going to"
do. The edge will be slight if at all,
however, for the Illinois gridders
have been sho wing saonic r-al formI
in the past few games.
Minnesota will bat;tle it ouJ to-
day with the VV . wonsin Baxd ers
and the game should be ,, merry
one. Both are tied for fourth pos.i-
tion honors at present anid 4inrie-
sota may spring anot her' of its -ip-
sets. The Wisconsin outfit it} coi-
ceded the gam-e on past pr~n.
ance s.
Iowa//will eaey a uwt i . -Confer-.
ence opnetinthe 1,'bulask a
eleven, but an opponen: RuSii .Ic lS
less to be feared. Ti' ilu o,aetoo,
as sceems the custom today, is a
revival of an old rtivah'y, beginning
in the gridiron darn agres of 16i90.

j :ads. Tempioe has a great chance
l,.} vWillis f.3 it for the un,. ene-I.
ilozec, lbut Tech is strong and the
contzest ranks with the best on theo
d::7y,'s card over the country.
Two first class tcamns, INV. Y. U.
and ugcs will lock horns on thec
g richiron' this afterno-:%. IN. fi. lU.
is Ksroliger on the defense a nd is
fa vored to wvin but the metal of
theisr o )ponents muake ; one feel thiat,
1- resut 9is a, hard one to forecast
Z- wih any degree of certain~ty.-
Lehigh and Lafayette tangle inj
an old traditional scrap and tihe-
rooters v-i lisee a good ga me. Le--
high should win becatise they fgr
up to have better all-around fuss-
;ball ability .than Lafayetter.
Just how bad Porcihan,,'si
has been broken by her fail will
be the dltermiining factor in their
o' mOe with Bur kineil. The y will x-ain
if they playf their norm-al earne.
.E'eriy should have an easy day with
Ur,,nu s, but the Navy boys cannot
count on the same for they know
that Maryland is not that way. ^.

Jones LuIely to be Replaced
After Ann-ual Meet 11g. It
(By As scikied Prjess)
NEW YORK, .Nov. 21.---Althoughi
Robert T. Donies. Jr., was not in
attendance, his status as a member
of the executive committee of the
United States Golf association re-
mnained unchanged today at a meet-
ing of tnis egoverning group.f
!The indications were tha-t Jones
wTould Elloait hi .; t ernof office.
%vith thIe iklihe od he would inot'
sorve 1a5.i> tIhc new eszc-utivec CO2
Smitt. cc funetorinea ~l~etin s _a
nisectin ae-.
Cent( {in uciid 'r"rn P.. ge (3)
rlayess adthae balance of theo
cam ,,I a."ve be'en . iD imoing all 5sea-
ce uil ?thee yhave cdev eloped an
ilrn tL,,m.
'1it (0:&X2 V tin-v handied'
Ire Ii io J-,Tniois, wh"o clowned
lMis! l 1's Bees, ,elis xvhat sort of
a~~~1 -_c gid:t oth olverine Cubs
\7>Ieu- ote this morning.
'Ill>- beks ens cei'i lpping op-
i' n ie e-es and their
Ili ' f.c-sn o!: veofte.n, and they
- aieeseteseason for
caul :1us ~) 1.1 tlitiois tha
',. c- fu!- offalor1 - cash elevei nj
ti: _< (1 0 j t' '! ti'y at victory.
CTi' " GO-Mar Luette University,
i~tcieeotd s far Lhis year ~i, has do-
ciine so p lay ta charity gamne with
the Chicago Cal inalS, a proles--
sionial t ram, f:loiing the close of
the regular season.

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This is the ideal time of year to ride. Get your mounts at either of our stables and
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(Bus goinig down Washtenawi Ave. and North Uiiversity marked "Washington St." goes
directly to Fair Groun-ds.)

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battle while the Cougars, Troj ans TYPEWITE'lRS
and the others take a welcome day -
Coronia, Un~cerwoodl,
o?' rest. Stanford :;hould take the Barr-Morris, Rcmlington, N
honors for the day for their team, Royals.
stacks up much the better iilitl i 'e hve al imakes.
combination. Not so far w4s,I o.lelDtc isls
l Southern Methcdist should enjoyl Ct-% r jDc Fnse
themzselves at the expense of Rice 0 D. MORRIL
I institute. 314 2oiitli State Phione 66151
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