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WE~NES)AY OVl. , 1942

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DAILY OFFICIAL

BULLETIN

Line Play May Feature Irish

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WEDNESDAY, NOV. 11, 1942,
VOL. LIII No. 33
All notices for the Daily Official Bul-
letin are to be sent to the Office of the
President in typewritten form by 3:30
p.m. of the day preceding its publica-
tion, except on Saturday when the nxo-
tices should be submitted by 11:30 a.m.
Notices
Student Tea: President and Mrs.
Ruthven will be at home to students
this afternoon from 4 to 6 o'clock.
Observance of Armistice Day: By
order of the Deans' Conference,
classes, with the exception of! the
clinics, will be dismissed between 10
and 12 this morning for the purpose,
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of celebrating Armistice Day. Those
attending clinics who have present
or past connection with the military'
or naval services, or are members of
Reserve Officers' Training Corps,
should make individual arrangements
to be excused from' clinic duties on
this occasion. Offices, except those
which are connected with clinical or
similar services, will be closed for;
the same period.
If you wish to finance the purchase
of a home, or if you have purchased
improved property on a land contract
and owe a balance of approximately
60 per cent of the value of the prop-
erty, the Investment Office, 100
South Wing of University Hall, would
be glad to discuss financing through
IDVERTISING

LOST and FOUND

LOST-Blue kid purse Saturday-re-
ward. Call Nancy, 2-5579, contents
valuable only to owner.
LIGHT TAN TOP COAT. Lost Fri-
day afternoon at Wolverine. Call
2-1941. Ask for Hank.
LOST-Black Sheaffer pen, between
Library and State Street. Inscrip-
tion John Arnold. Call 2-4401.
LOST: Brown leather brief case
containing sheet music. Please call
Don Johnson, 6738, immediately.
Reward.
WHITE GOLD Hamilton watch set
with eight tiny diamonds, between
Maynard side Betsy Barbour and
Congregational Church. Phone
7922. Reward.
LAUNDERING
LAUNDRY-2-1044. Sox darned.
Careful work at low price.
WELP WANTED
HELP WANTED: Two men students
to work in evening or afternoon.
Varsity Laundry, 300 S. Fifth.
WANTED: Students-male or fe-
male to assist night cook Saturday
and Sunday nights, 8:30 p.m. to
2:00 a.m. 51 cents and 48 cents
per hour. Apply Personnel Office,
University Hospital.
WANTED
WILL PAY 50c for any Goodman
record I don't possess-call 2-3179,
Bill Harrelson.

the medium of a first mortgage. Such
financing may effect a substantial
saving in interest.
Foreign Journals on Microfilm:
Fifteen hundred issues of about three
hundred and fifty scientific and tech-
nical journals are now available on
microfilm in the General Library.-
Most of this material was originally.
published within the last year in Ger-
many or in some part of occupied
Europe. It is hoped that use will be
made of it by members of University
faculties and qualified graduate stu-
dents.
This microfilm is in charge of Miss
Agnes Tysse in Graduate Reading
Room Number 4 on the top floor of
the General Library. Miss Tysse will
answer reference questions and assist
readers in using the reading machines
in the microfilm room. In case it is
necessary to use the film in other
buildings it may be charged out by
departmental and collegiate librari-
ans and read in their libraries. A
portable reader is available for this
purpose. Lists of the periodicals avail-
able may be seenin the General Li-
brary and in Departmental and Col-
legiate Libraries.
Warner G. Rice, Director
Bronson-Thomas Prize in German.
Value $32.00. Open to all under-
graduate students in German of dis-
tinctly American training. Will be
awarded on the results of a three-
hour essay competition to be held in
March, 1943 (exact date to be an-
nounced two weeks in advance). The
essay may be written in English or
German. Each contestant will be
free to choose his own subject from
a list of 30 offered. Students who
wish to compete must be taking a
course in German (32 or above) at
the time of the competition. They
should register and obtain further
details as soon as possible at the
office of the German Department.
204 University Hall.
Freshmen in the College of Litera-
ture, Science, and the Arts may ob-
tain their five-week progress reports
in the Academic Counselors' Office,
Room 108 Mason Hall, from 8:30 to
12:00 a.m. and 1:30 to 4:30 p.m. ac-
cording to the following schedule:
Surnames beginning A through H.
Wednesday, November 11.
Surnames beginning I through O,
Thursday, Nov. 12.
Surnames beginning P through Z,
Friday, Nov. 13.
Any freshman who cannot meet
his scheduled time may come in on
Saturday morning.
Arthur Van Duren,
Chairman, Academic Counselors
Seniors, College of Literature, Sci-
ence, and the Arts, Schools of Edu-
cation, Music, and Public Health:
Tentative lists of February seniors
including tentative candidates for the
Certificate in Public Health Nursing
have been posted on the bulletin
board in Room 4, U. Hall. If your
names does not appear, or, if includ-
ed there, it is not correctly spelled.
please notify the counter clerk.
Robert L. Williams
Engineering Freshmen: On Armis-
tice Day, Nov. 11, the Freshman As-
semblies will not be held.
A. D. Moore, Head Mentor
The University Bureau of Appoint-
ments has received the contest rules
for Vogue's 8th Yrix de Paris, and
5 Fashion F'ellowships offered by the
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I.IHIA

Two of the nation's most elite for-
ward walls will be pitted against each
other at South Bend Saturday after-
noon when the mighty Michigan Wol-
verines clash with Notre Dame's
Fighting Irish.
An expected sell-out crowd of more
than 50,000 fans will keep its eyes on
the rich crop of Wolverine ball carri-
ers and the flashy Irish backs, but
those two great lines will gain their
share of attention.
Man for man. Notre Dame averages
about six pounds more than Michigan.
The Irish forward wall averages 198
pounds to 192 for Coach Fritz Crisler's
"Seven Oak Posts." The Irish linemen
are all at least six feet tall and a
majority of them are playing their
third year of ball.
Dove Catches Themr
Holding down the left flank is Bob
Dove. 193-pound All-American, whc
is 6 ft. 1'2 in. tall. Dov. caught 15 of
Angelo Bertelli's aerials for 187 yard
last season, and Coach Frank Leahy
is quite aware that Michigan is weak
on pass defense.
Next in line is burly Lou Rymkus
who spreads 218 pounds over his 6 ft.
4 in. frame, and is one of Leahy's
most crushing blockers. A bum knee
and thigh injury bothered Lou for
the past two seasons but this season
has been his best.
Bob McBride alternated with Dove
at left guard last year when Leahy
had his All-American wingman flank-
ing the pivot man. He's fast and pow-
erful for his 6 ft. and 198 pounds.
Switched from Tackle
One of Notre Dame's outstanding
All-American prospects is Wally Zi-
c mba, center, considered one of the
Midwest's most outstanding defensive
stars. A tackle last year, Wally
blocked three Trojan extra points last
year in Notre Dame's 20-18 win over
Southern California. He's 6 ft. 22 in.
I tall and weighs 225 pounds.
Harry (Horse) Wright, 6 ft., 190-
pcunder, switched from quarterback
las fllto right guard, and proved
to Leahy that it was not a mistake.
He is one of the team's best down
field blockers and does the signal call-
ing from his line post.
Senior right tackle is Bob Neff'
whose job is to fill the vacancy caused
by Captain Paul Lillis' graduation.
Once the team's biggest man at 230
pounds, Neff now weighs 185 on a 6
ft. frame.
The seventh member of that tough
Irish forward wall is Captain George
Murphy, a slim 6 ft. flankman weigh-
ing just 170 pounds. Murph is espe-
cially adept at catching Bertelli's
bullet-like aerials, a big factor in
Notre Dame's success this season. Last
year he caught 13 passes for 130
yards.
Backing this elite line are at least
MltI4ATOh U ti

Player

Pts. T.

.

White...................36
Kuzma..................24
Brieske ....................22
(19 pts. after touchdowns, 1 F.+
W iese ......................18

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Strong Notre Dame Forward
Wall Outweighs 'Oak Posts'

Stenberg ...
Madar .....
Robinson
Chappuis
Wardley ...
Yaap ......
Pregulman.
Total ....

...............' 12
.......... . .....12
. . .. . .. .. .. . . ... 6
.......... ..... . 6
................ 6
..6
6

G.
3,
2
2
s
1
1
1
1

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Starts Thursday -

YARDS GAINED BY RUSHING

LOUl RYMKUTS
... rugged tackle and a real bone-
crusher, he is one of the biggest of
Notre Dame's huge line and may
give the Wolverines considerable
trouble.

Player
Lund .....
Wardley .,
Chappuis.
Robinson.
White ....
Wiese ....
Kuzma ...
Player
Chappuis
Robinson
Wise ....
White ...

............29
............15
............48 if
... +.. -.. --.41
............61
............68
............40
PASSING
Tries
............50
......... 29
.............15
.. .... .11

Maizea nd Blue
Statistics 40..
SCORiG

140
70
217
184
263
236
131
Good
19
10
7
4
2

Tries Net

Bears, Packers Meet
CHICAGO, Nov. 10.- (A)- Once
again it's the Chicago Bears vs. the
Green Bay Packers in a down-the-
stretch pro football thriller scheduled
for Sunday.
In the waning creeks of the Na-
tional Football League campaign,
they're the rivals in the only close
race being staged in either division.
- Last Times Today -
ERROL FLYN N
"DESPERATE JOURNEY"
A/YA'If5"E57 ~frHSA'fv

Av.
4.8
4.7
4.52
4.48
4.3
3.4
3.3
Net
233
134
112
61
29

Kuzma ..............10
PUNTING
Player Trie
Wise...............4
Wiese ...............15
Kuzma .............. 9
Robinson ............ 4
TOTALS FOR MICHIG
OPPONENTS

es Yds. Av.
160 40
529 35.5
310 34.4
106 26.5
GAN AND

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Mich.
First Downs.............104
First Downs (Rushing) ... 72
Net Gain (Rushing) . .,..1339
Net Gain (Passing)......591....
Passes Attempted ........118
Passes Completed ........ 43
Passes Intercepted ........9
Pass Interception Returns.169
Net Return of Kicks . . .744

Op.
68
36
642
.791
117
56
8'
72
586

--lso
SCR EEN SNA PSHOTS
CARTOON - NEWS

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HARRY WRIGHT
... mastermind of the Irish, call-
ing signals from the guard position,
he also excells in downfield block-
ing.
15 capable reserves as only Notre
Dame can turn them out. And Wolve-
rine fans know that Michigan is weak
in this department.
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Thurs., Fri., Sat., Nov. 12, 13, 14
Winner of the-First Prize Award of the Motion
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can and will be ours
through efficient work
such as the
Michigan Manpower Corps is doing.
KEEP IT UP!

Irish Stress Passing
SOUTH BEND, Ind., Nov. 10.-OP)-
Notre DIame Coach Frank Leahy gave
his football squad a look at Michigan
plays in operation during dummy
scrimmage today as Russell (Pete)
Ashbaugh, junior right halfback, was
hospitalized for treatment for a char-
ley horse.
Leahy said he thought Ashbaugh
might be able to start against Michi-
gan Saturday, however.
Indicating concern about the bog-
ging down of the Irish passing attack
in the last two games, Leahy said that
he wanted to stress aerial work this
week.
llini Lose Duffelmeier
CHAMPAIGN, Ill., Nov. 10.- (IP)-
Illinois' football team, already wea-
kened by the loss of its star passer,
Dick Good, received another jolt to-
day with the announcement Art Duf-
felmeier, a sophomore who had taken
over the passing assignment, may not
be available for the Ohio State game
Saturday.

Sailors Meet Camp Grant
RObKFORD, Ill., Nov. 10.- (IP-
Great Lakes' football team, which
seems to have hit its stride in recent
shutout victories over Missouri and
Purdue, will oppose Camp Grant's
warriors in an All-Service football
feature tomorrow at Camp Grant,
near here.

III

Box Office opens
Wed., Nov. 11. 10 a.m.

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Tickets
40c (tax included)

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