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FWAY, 1TOBER24, 1947 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

CHAL TAK
By BOB LENT
Associate Sports Editor
} In this day of high-pressured football ballyhoo there are those
of us who become slightly confused and exasperated at some of the
stuff coming off the sport trioewriters these days. Leave us look into
a typical newspaper office on a typical October Friday of October 24.
Over on our right we have the .. .
ANGLE DEPT.. .. This is the place where the boys sit down
and figure out why (how) Minnesota (which is a 26-point under-
dog) is going to heat Michigan this week. According to these
gents Minnesota has stopped Chappuis both times they've faced
him in the past so they don't have to worry about him tomorrow.
Also they figure out that the Gophers have a 30 pound per
man weight advantage in the line so they say the Minneapolis
faithful have nothing to worry about on that count. Anyway
when they get ail done, the Wolverines don't stand a chance.
And out of this department comes such vital facts as, (1) There ,
will be FOUR Elliotts in the game-Bump, Pete, Bill and Harry.
And (2) Minnesota's fullback Frank Kuzma has the same last
name as a former Maize and Blue great-Tom Kuzma. '
STATISTICS DEPT.... Here we find some fugitives from a Math
7 class busily engaged in figuring out what will happen if Michigan
continues at its present pace.
When said task is accomplished, the reading public is then
bombarded with figures showing how Michigan's 484.563897 yards
gained per game is better than the 462 yard record average racked
up by the great Army team of 1945.
PUBLICITY DEPT. ... This is the department whose chief
function seems to have become to attract as many magazines
to the campus -as possible.
This week it's Life's turn and the boys who make with the
pictures will be giving the homecoming festivities space in next
Friday's issue. Look and Sport have already done their chores
on the illustrious Mr. Chappuis and Time is following suit with a
cover story in next Thursday's issue. All this and Collier's too!
RUMOR DEPT. . . From this department it is learned that
Superman comics will do a cover story on Chappuis in two Weeks
and that Fritz Crisler is having trouble getting permission from the
dean's office to let his Wolverines play against those big bad Gophers
tomorrow afternoon.

Weekend Launched By P

Big Bonfire
To Touch off
Gala Affair
(Continued from Page 1)
direction of Graham Young, will
play "Bobby Sox Suite," a sym-
phonic swing selection, and "My
Hero" from the "Chocolate Sol-
dier."
Soloists on the program in-
clude: Gerry Rose, marimba ar-
tist, Maryjane Albright, soprano,
Andrew White, baritone and Her-
nan Troppe, accordion virtuoso.
Other participanting students
nclude Rebecca Mayer, Sue Tay-
or, Betty Aschenbrenner, Lenore
.ack, Jean Pettigrew, Sally For-
nan, Carol Holly, Alice Carlson,
?eggy Herold, Doris Diekema,
Louise Prangley, Sue Davis:Sutton,
Mafe Alley and John Carroll.
Tickets may be purchased today
at the University Hall booth and
at the door.
Judge House Displays
Continuing the Homecoming
events, House displays, which
nust be ready by 9 a.m. tomorrow,
will be judged by a committee in-
luding Ethel A. McCormick, so-
aial director of the League, and
Arthur Weddige, of the art school.
Four prizes, two for men's and
',wo for women's houses will be
awarded on the basis of their orig-
inality and contribution to school
spirit.
Display winners will be an-
acunced during half-time of the
Jame.
Homecoming will have a
double meaning for Newt Lo-
ken, varsity gymnast coach and
PEM instructor, because his
brothers Herb and Don will
head the contingent of cheer-
leaders invading Ann Arbor
with the sturdy Minnesota
Gophers tomorrow.

epRally
I-M NEWS
The Sports Building announces
All-Campus tournaments for un-
dergradua.te ren in squash and
handball singles, and in '21,' a bas-
ketball long and short contest.
Sign up sheets are in the Sports
Building Office; men should check
the sport they are entering. There
is a 10c entry fee for each sport.
**
The All-Campus tennis tour-
nament moved into its third
round with the following eight
men, out of the 69 who entered,
still remaining: Bob Goldman,
Harry Goldberg, D. Dulude, H.
Kuhlman, James Albert, Lee Se-
tomer, J. Tek, Ted Merry. The
tournament will probably be
completed early next week.
The International Center soccer
league got started last Saturday
despite rain with the Arabs beat-
ing the European group 6-1. This
Sunday's games are: Arabs vs.
Chinese, Europeans vs. South
America, and Indians vs. Turkish.
All of these games will be played
on field 4 at Ferry Field.
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LEAP FROG . .. Wolverines Jack Weisenburger and Irv Wisnewski
(84) appear to be enjoying the old grade-school game here but
actually its all in the day's work of chasing down Ed Tunnicliff
(31) of Northwestern.

WHAT S YOUR CHOICE
F OR F A L L!

Moss Ready
For Purdue
CHAMPAIGN, Ill., Oct. 23-(P)
-Illinois' football squad again
stressed pass offense and defense
today as it prepared to use Perry
Moss' tossing to offset the effec-
tiveness of an expected aerial bar-
rage from Bob De Moss of Purdue
at Lafayette Saturday.
The Illini will leave tomorrow
for Attica, Ind., where they will be
quartered tomorrow night.
This is the third conference
game for the undefeated, once-
tied Illini.

Spartans Face
Wildcat Squad
EAST LANSING, Oct. 23-(R)-
The Michigan State College Spar-
tans worked on defensive tactics
again Thursday afternoon in prep-
aration for Saturday's football
meeting with the University of
Kentucky Wildcats.
Kentucky will bring up one of
the classiest collections of backs
ever seen at East Lansing, headed
by Don (Dopey) Phelps who scored
four touchdowns against MSC in
last year's 39-14 Wildcat victory.
Coach Paul (Bear) Bryant has
capable substitutions three deep in
his backfield and alternates his
men frequently to give scoring
chances to such outstanding tal-
ents as quarterbacks George Blan-
da and Jim Babs.,

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NEW YORK, Oct. 23-({P)-An-
other edition of the football guess-
ing special goes to press with its
author hanging on to an average
of .797 on 235 correct predictions
and 60 misses and trying stub-
bornly to get over the .800 mark.
Southern California vs. Cali-
fornia-It's things like this that
make football forecasting a haz-
ardous business. The Golden
Bears,, winners of their first five
starts, have the left and depth
but the unbeaten, once-tied Troj-
ans have the speed. One shaky
vote for Southern Cal.
Minnesota vs. Michigan-Some-
body may slow those wonderful
Wolverines down before the sea-
son ends but Minnesota, after its
showing against Illinois, doesn't
look to b th one to keep them
from rolling into the Rose Bowl
with the Big Nine title. A con-
fident vote for Michigan.
Rice vs. Texas-A team defeat-
ed in its last outing -always is a
tough customer in the cowboy
country, and Rice will be .that.
Still, a ten-gallon hat full of
votes for Texas.
Army vs. Columbia-Lou Little's
Lions are having their troubles
and this won't help. Columbia may
score on the once-tied Cadets. One
big vote for Army.
Duke vs. Wake Forest-The flip
of a coin says Wake Forest.
Illinois vs. Purdue-Moss and
DeMoss! Check and double check.
Given a dry field,. this could be
an aerial thriller and possibly a
high-scoring, nip and tuck affair.
Three or four votes for Illinois.

Iowa vs. Notre Dame - This
looks like another pitching duel,
with Al Dimarco throwing against
Johnny Lujack, and it could be
the toughest yet for the unbeaten
Irish. But we'll cast the usual bal-
lot for Notre Dame.

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