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r THE MTIHICAN DAILY -"PAc
ice wo Freshman Teams, 28 t

UNBEATEN HARVARDo
Notre Dame and Tulane Display
Class in Victories Over
Week-end Opponents.

DISAPPOINTMENT CLOUDS ALL, BUT
MICHIGAN WELCOMES BADGER GAME

Loss
But

of Try at Wildcats Hurts,
Chance of Big Ten Title
Still a Possibility.

By Sheldon C. Fullerton
Michigan's campus, swept by a
wave of keen disappointment that

Harvard remains as the only un-( the Wolverines are not to get their

other week-end without a blemish beaten team in the East, having
on its Big Ten record, but what a emerged victorious over Holy Cross,'
scare the Hoosiers gave the Wild- 7-0, in last Saturday's hard fought
cats before that 7-6 battle was encounter and now the Crimson
over! Now with only Iowa to hur- { need only to beat Yale on Saturday,
dle and the post-season game with who had an idle day last week-end,,
Purdue, the Wildcats are almost to claim the supremacy of the East.
Pud h W t West Triumphs.
certain of an undisputed claim to The West again triumpherd over
the highest honors in the Confer- 'the East last week, with the fight- j
ence. ing Notre Dame eleven whipping'
Maroon Win Surprises. 1the Navy, 20 to 0. The Irish needed
With no truly startling upsets in to turn on the steam for only one
the rather hectic week-end except quarter and after that they took
perhaps the triumph of the Ma- Tulane's Green*Wave
roons over the lowly Illini, 13-6, the Georgia eleven inthe big sout
the Middle West is looking forward ern classic to win 20 to 7. In other
\to a full day next Saturday when games played in the southland,
all of the Big Ten institutions en- Southern Methodist triumphed over
gage in inter-Conference games. Baylor, 6 to 0; Tennessee scored a
With the Wolverines renewing an 21-7 victory over Vanderbilt; North.
ancient rivalry over a certain mis- Carolina State held Wallace Wade's
sing brovn jug with the Gophers Duke eleven scoreless to win 14-0;
of Minneapolis in the Michigan Texas Aggies took Rice Institute
stadium, Northwestern will be en- down the line 7 to 0; and Alabama
tertained by the weak Iowa eleven trod rough shod over Clemson to
and Chicago has a chance to up- win 74 to 7.
set its old enemy, the Badgers of" Pittsburgh Beats Army.
Madison. Purdue must do away Pittsburgh trounced the Army
with Indiana in order to be a na- team, 26-0; and Carnegie Tech out-
tural for the post-season with scored Temple, 19-13. Dartmouth's
Northwestern, and Ohio State will. Big Green came through to defeat
have In opportunity to further Cornell, 14-0; while Colgate scored
subdue the much-drubbed fighting 121 points to Syracuse's 7. Fordham
Illini at Columbus. and New York U. battled to a score-
Badgers Will Have Fight. less tie, as did Detroit and Villa-
Although the Buckeyes were ex- nova.
tended to take the Wisconsin game, Nebraska finally triumphed over
6-0, Saturday, the Chicago Maroons Kansas State by a mere three
are not such underdogs as they points, wining 6-3. Columbia proved
may appear for the Badger game good against a strong Brown ele-
this week. Their victory over the ven to win, 9 to 7.

long desired chanqe at the cham-
pion Wildcats in the post season
game, still resounded yesterday to
talk of the rather surprising pair-
ings made on Sunday by Western
Conference coaches and athletic di-
rectors.
The fact that Michigan's op-
ponent is to be Wisconsin is the
one bright light remaining af-
ter the pairings had been made.
The Badgers have always been
well liked .here, and earlier in
the year Wisconsin students
expressed themselves as want-
ing to meet the Maize and
Blue as their post season op-
ponents.
The disappointment felt at the
final selection is in no way con-
nected with any ill feeling toward
the Badgers. It is a natural let-
down for the students, who had
been hoping gall year to see Michi-
gan, Northwestern's most logical
opponents, meet the Wildcats and
try to set down the team that had
swept through all other Confer-
ence and nation-wide opposition.
However, with the N o r t h-
western-Michigan c la s h now
definitely an impossibility, the
Wolverin s have settled down
to hard work in preparation for
the Gophers this Saturday and
the clash with Glenn Thistle-
waite's eleven here on Novem-
ber 28. Both of these teams
are strong, and both of them
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The point after touchdown is
again raising a rumpus in the
sports world and it looks like some
day the trick is going to be elimin-
ated.' This change:alone will point
to tie scores.

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WHY?
Because they are de-
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hand tailored by
Penn Hall. We are
not giving you a
nanufacturers College.
model suit, but a
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sign, which has al-
ways been acclaimed
a Campus Style Lead-
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