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1, 1931 T H E MYICH I CA N D ATECY

MILDCTS TO FACE
WESTERN[VETERANS
Nebraska Has Strongest Team
in Years Ready to Combat
Northwestern's Men.
(Special to The Daily)
EVANSTON, Ill., Sept. 30. -Two
weeks of practice have served to
onvince Coach Dick Hanley that
lis Northwestern grid team will rise
r fall this season on the perform-
ance of available reserves. The Wild-
ats have what appears to be a
trong first string lineup, but after
onsidering the regulars, the re-
naining crop of candidates falls off
naterially.
Such is the situation confronting
he Purple grid team as it prepares
o meet such strong opponents as
Nebraska and Notre Dame on suc-
eeding Saturdays. The Cornhusker
ilt Talls on Oct. 3 and the much-
liscussed Notre Dame encounter
he week following.
Opener to be Tough.
Seldom has a team been called
ipon to face such opposition in its
arly games., Nebraska has what is
eputed to be its strongest team in
ears while Notre Dame appears to
e coming along with another of its
reat teams.
With the exception of one end,
-oach Dana X. Bible of Nebraska
vill send a veteran team against
he Wildcats. The veteran line is
ieaded- by hugh Rhea, 220-pound
ackle, who won all-American rec-
ignition last year. Rhea is playing
its third year of collegiate football
nd while he smashes the beam at
Well over 200 pounds he also is fas,.
n addition to his football prowess
we is the national collegiate shot
ut champion.
Rc to Play Tackle.
Rhea will play one tackle against
Vorthwestern while the other tackle
ost will be held down by Jim Gil-
ert, who was out of competition
a st year but was a member of the
929 team which won the Big Six
onference championship.
Everett Kreizinger stacks up as
he Cornhuskers' principal back-
;eld threat. He was one of the star
nembers of last year's team. Work-
ng with Kreizinger in practice has
een Marvin Paul, who last season
Was one of the outstanding ball
:arriers on the squad.
I-M MANAGERS
All sophomores and second-
semester freshmen interested in
being Intramural sports manag-
ers please call at the Intramural
building for further details.
Erwin H. Mackus,
Senior Manager.

Preshman Football
Squad Now Numbers
More Than Hundred
The freshman football squad
went over the century mark yes- I
terday, twenty more men report-
ing to Coach Ray Fisher. Up to
practice time yesterday a total of
105 suits had been issued.
So far, Coach Fisher has had
little time to look over the mater-
ial, but with the suits all issued,
he now has more time to look over
the squad. For the first few days
the squad will be divided into
groups according to position in or-
der that some conception of their
abilities may be formed.
Wprk so far is mainly condition-
ing, the players getting the "feel°
of the ball" with punting and pass-
ing sessions. Work on fundament-
als will not start until later in the
week.
Ward, all-state end from De-
troit, showed a little the best punt-
ing ability, his kick traveling yards
fart')er than the others.
Txjured Members Again Report
for Light Drills Before
Opening Games.
(Continued From Page 6)
tackles. LaJeunesse and Hozer
worked the guard jobs with Mor-
rison handling the pigskin. Tess-
mer did the signal calling while
Fay and DeBaker filled the berths
at half. Sol Hudson was sent in
at full. Jack Heston later relieved
DeBaker at half.
In the meantime, Harry Newman,
Hazer and Everhardus were given
a session of place kicking for extra
paint, a factor which snay mean
the margin between victory and
defeat in the coming scrap.
This lineup leaves plenty of
equally as good material for the
second squad which must be pitted
against one of the two teams in
the double header. Besides New-
man as signal chirper, there are
Jack Heston, Everhardus, Stine-
spring, Schmidt, and Renner to
make up another backfield with
possibly Rod Cox if his knl e is in
condition to permit his playing.
Petoskey is certain of landing
one of the other flanks with Dan-
iels, Kelley, or Wistert on the oppo-
site end. Cooke is second choice to
Morrison at center thus far and
should get in the game.

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Newman Opens Second
S..eason on Grid Team,
(Continued From Page 6)
passed 25 yards to Hudson who
scored on the play. This was not
before Wood gave his team a leadIi
however with a field goal.I
Two passes brought the ball to,
the two yard line before Michigan
fumbled and Minnesota recovered.
The Gopher's pass defense was at
its height that afternoon and few
of Newman's heaves found receiv-
ers. One pass was knocked dowr
behind the goal line.
The Associated Press selected
Newman for their All-Conference
quarterback at the end of the sea-
son.
Newman is slated for the regular
quarterback as he starts his sec-
ond season. In recent scrimmages
Harry has shown considerable de-
velopment as a ball carrier. His
off-tackle and end runs will sup-
pliment his passing ability.
SPORTS BR.EFS

THIS THIS ,
COLUMN CL I
CLASES ALSS"N
9T 1 P.M. 'A DVERTrI ING AT 3 Pkl,

NOTICE
"WE have th best racket for
making HEAVY DOUGH that has
ever been offered to students.
Call Mr. Lipscomb at the Union'
Friday. Oniy six openings.
BUR , PATTERSON & AULD
COMPANY." 77

FOR SENT
FOR RENT-Nice, light, comfort-
able, neat apartment, at 540
Packard St. Price reasonable. 83
OOMFORTABLE single room, near
campus, only rented room in
Douse, prefer graduate student.
1114 Willard. $4.50. 73
ROOMS FOR RENT--425 S. Divis-
ion. Large suite, double room,
and single room at reduced price.
Close to campus. Phone 22352.
42

The Ideal Does It Best
IDEAL LAUNDRY
Formerly Moe Laundry
204' N. Main St. Phone

3916
9

EOUTiH
turnout ofJ
ported at
with over
squad and

BIE3D-Another recordI
football candidates is re-
Notre Dame this year,I
125 out for the Varsity
over 300 freshmen.

COLUMBUS-Ohio State Univer-
sity has dropped Pittsburgh from
its football schedule this season,
and has added a newcomer, Van-
derbilt, in place of the Panthers.
GREEN BAY-The .Green Bay
Packers, champions for the last
two years of the National Profes-
sional league, is again ploughing
its way through all comers this
season, and has a perfect record to
date.
LOST-Phi Beta Delta pin. Name
Howard Gould, on back. 715 For-
est. Reward. Call 2-1509. 56

STUD EN T S-QuAlified college i-
teacher (mathematics) desires
students to tutor. BROWN, 614
Monroe St. 80
ANY intelligent person may earn
good income corresponding for
newspapers; all or spare time;
no canvasing; send for free book-
let; tells how. Hea:ock, 410 Dun
Bldg., Buffalo, N. Y. 50
NOTICE--Girls wanted for part
time work. Call 3 to 5 p. m. only.
337% So. Main St., Room 205. 32
VOCAL STUDIO Frank Ryan, grad-
uate University School of Music.
1303 Brooklyn. Phone 2-1953'1
2-1511. 20
BOARD-By the week-3 meals per.
day, $5.50. Two meals $4.75. Also
by the meal. Phone for reserva-
tions 5156. One half block from
campus at 213 South Thayer. 23
WALKER. HOME LAUNDRY-Stu-
dent laundry a specialty. Terms.
Very reasonable. Dial 4776. We
call for and deliver. 85
HOME cooked meals for a small
group of men and women. 344
S. Division St. 741

FOR RENT-Spacious front room,
equipped for two. $4 or $6. 8
minutes from campus. Phone
£430. 36
ROOMS-$3.50 single. Redecorated
suites very reasonable. Across
from Angell Hall. 444 So. State.
33
FO RENT-$5 room for $4 double
desk, large clothes press, 3 other
boys in house. Phone 947 on
Division. 31
FOR RENT-Near campus, warm,
comfortable rooms for students.
Sleeping porch and studies. 512
Mack Rd. 29
FOR RENT-Large single or double
rooms for business or graduate,
women. Shower and bath. Use
of piano. House approved by the
Dran. No rules. Near campus.
$3.50 and $4.00. 517 E. Ann. 25.
FOR RENT-Nice, quiet room in
private home with garage privi-
leges. 3 adults in family, no
other roomers. Prefer faculty
member or graduate student. Call
afternoon or evening. 5,Marshall
Ct., off S. Division. 11

FOR RENT-''wo single rooms with
steam heat, reasonable. 507 S.
Division. Phone 5408. 24
FOR RENT-Apartment with priv-
ate bath and shower for 4 men.
Also double room. Steam heat,
shower, approved house. Dial
8544. 422 E. Washington 21
FOR RENT-Suite for one, $5.00.
Private house. 1007 Forest. 18
FOR RENT - Attractive single:
rooms 4 blocks from campus..
Phone 21341. 121
WARM pleasant suite with fire-
place. Also double- room. Will.
rent either one single or double..
Very reasonable. 509 So. Division...
61
ARCH, 806-Rooms, double $2.50
each person; single will arrange'
to suit. Graduate wormen. 7485_
67
401 N. FOURTH AVE.-Furnished
housekeeping rooms. Private,
modern. Rent reasonable. 68
ROOM in professor's family for
graduate girl student. Foreign
student welcome. Phone 9642. 69
FOR RENT-Double room, $2.50
per person. Well rent to one.
Phone 7192. 1111 Prospect. 70
815 ARCH-Room for 1 or 2. Good:
location. Housekeeping privileges.
Reasonable. Graduates preferred.
Phone 3079. 72
FOR RENT-Single room for man
student. 1030 Church Street.
Phone 9869. 71
FOR RENT-Young woman wishes
to share three room apartment.
Price reasonable. Southest sec-,
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FOR RENT-Very desirable single
and double rooms in private'
home. Phone 6692. 34

TWO single rooms for men, quit
location, 'reasonable prices. Dia
21697. 7
WANTED
WANTED-Students washing and
ironing. Call for and delivered
Phone 5118. 82
WANTED-Men students for par
time work. Apply Goldman Bros,
214 So. State at 7:15 P. M. 84
WANTED - Men experienced in
selling clothes. Phone 5935. 7
WANTED-Secrestarial position b;
young woman with business ani
University training, thorough ex
perriencc in academic routine
Tel. 3212. 8
FOR SALE
F OR SALE-Great dane puppy
Female. 5 months old. Reason
able. Dial 22367. 7
LOG duplex slide rule, not use
$9.00. Phone Mrs. White, 23430
41
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py. Black. -Red harness. An
swers to name of Lassie. Tele
phone 9019. Reward. 1
LOST-Beta Pin-Name on back I
E. Klopfel. Phone 4447., Reward
i 5
LOST-Small black curly dog wit:
markings. License 662. Finde
please dial 2-2521, Ex. 310. Re
ward. Ida Keck. 5
LOST-Sigma Alpha Iota sororit
pin. Ada Allman. Name on bac]
Reward. Phone 7117. 8
LOST-Brown and , silver meta
belt. Call Mosher Hall, Roon
204. -7

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