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IN TODAY' EDR
Syracuse vs. Colgate and Minnesota
vs. Wisconsin Other Head-
liners
AGGIES OPPOSE NOTRE DAME
Yale vs. Princeton at Princeton.
Syracuse vs. Colgate at Syracuse.
Cornell vs. Mass. Aggies at Ithaca.
Army vs. Springfield at West Point.
Navy vs. Villa Nova at Annapolis.
Harvard vs. Brown at Cambridge.
Dartmouth vs. West Virginia at Han-
over.
Pittsburg vs. Carnegie Tech at Pitts-
burg.
Ohio State vs. Case at Cleveland.
Northwestern vs. Purdue at Evans-
M. A. C. vs. Notre Dame at East Lan-
sing.
Chicago vs. Illinois at Urbana.
Minnesota vs. Wisconsin at Minue-
apolis.
Nebraska vs. Kansas at Lincoln.
. Waington vs. California at Berk-
eley.
In today's eastern headliner-the
Princeton-Yale fray-the sons of Nas-
sau have a slight advantage in the
lope due to their strong defense, and
the best punter in the east, Eddie
Driggs. Tibbott's toe is so dangerous
within the 45-yard mark that Prince-
ton may be depended to score by this
method if a touchdown is not accom-
plished.
Syracuse will meet all kinds of trou-
Mle in disposing of Colgate.. The two
forward trenches are about on a par,
with the Soapmakers' backfield su-
perior to that of the Orangenmen. The
Harvard-Brown fray may turn out to
he a combat of huge proportions, but
the threat of Haughton to start the
game with a full complement of subs
goes to show that the Crimson is not
taking the conquerers of Yale sen-
,usly. Other big eastern schools with
he possible exception of Dartmouth
are expected to win without difficulty.
In the west the Michigan-Penusyl-
rania intersectional combat promises
:o yield a close score with both sides'
confident of victory. The two lead-
ing conference contenders have visions
of victories, though Case may spring
a surprise on Ohio State. Minnesota
and Wisconsin put on their annual
scrap at Minneapolis with the odds fa-
roring the Gophers. Illinois should dis-
pose of Chicago handily, as should Ne-
braska in its struggle with Kansas.
M. A. C. hopes to make reparation for
:he loss of the Michigan contest by
walloping the shifty Notre Dame out-
fit, but the Catholics should vanquish
:he Farmers by a comfortable margin.
'he far western headliner-Washing-
on vs. California-is the biggest scrap
o be pulled off west of the Sierras this
season. Critics are favoring California
:o cop by a tight squeeze.
Tigers Take Light Workout
Princeton, N. J., Nov. 17.-Coach
lush gave the Princeton football squad
p. light signal drill this afternoon in
preparation for the annual gridiron
struggle with Yale tomorrow. Special
attention was paid to offensive forma-
:ions.

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SOPH WOMEN DOWN FR=
5 TO 1, WINNING CHA

How They Face Each Other Today

Raymond 9
Right Half
x

Peach 5
Right End
X
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Left End
Urquhart 8

Weske 31
Right Tackle
X
0
Left Tackle
Mathews 1

Rehor 25
Right Guard
X
O
Left Guard
Henning 3

MICHIGAN
Smith 2
Fullback
X
Sparks 4
Quarterback
X
Niemann 16
Center
X
O
Center
Wray 2
O
Quarterback
Bell 17
0

Capt.
Maulbetsch 3
Left Half
x

Gracey 8
Left Guard
X
0
Right Guard
Wirkman 5

Wieman 6
Left Tackle
X
0
Right Tackle
Little 6

Dunne 7
Left End
X
0
Right End
Miller 7

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The sophomore women's hockey
team won the cup from the freshmen
on Palmer field yesterday afternoon
by the decisive score of 5-1. It was
anybody's game, and during the first
half particularly, there was no distinct
superiority on either side. The play
was rapid and clean, being seldom in-
terrupted by fouls. Mary Morse, the
speedy sophomore forward, seems to
have the greatest individual scoring
ability in the entire squad. She made
both of the goals against the juniors
last week and four of the total tallies
in today's game stand to her credit.
Lucile Duff played her usual aggres-
sive game at forward and Eva Herz-
berg starred in the backfield. Mar-
garet Atkinson made the other sopho-
more goal.
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State College, Pa., Nov. 17.-Penn
State marched through Lafayette here
this afternoon for a 40 to 0 victory
before a crowd of 10.000 persons at-
tending the Pennsylvania day celebra-
tion. At no stage of the game was
Lafayette even an interesting foe for
the up-staters.
jAll advertising copy
for Sunday's issue of
the Mich. Daily must be
in the of1ie by10 occ
this morning.

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Left Half
Light 11

Fullback
Berry 30
PENNSYLVANIA

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Right Half
Deer 14

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Referee-J. C. Holderness of Lehigh. Umpire-Anthony Haines of Yale. Field judge-W. R. Oke-
son of Lehigh. Head linesman-James Cooney of Princeton.

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CAPTAIN NEIL MATHS S1LIEW
Red and Blue Leader Exemplifies Fol-
well Type of Forward; Strong
on Defense
Captain Neilson M. Mathews of Penn-
sylvania exemplifies the Folwell type
of linesmen. He is husky-198 pounds
of it--and combines this with defensive
powers which stand up in comparison
with the best.
Opposed to the Quaker leader will
be Weske, the same Wolverine who

school. He is 22 years old, and has
played two years on the Varsity prev-
ious to this season.
SOCCER CONTEST WITH BATTLE
CREEK NORMALITES POSTPONED
The soccer game with Battle Creek
which was to have been played this
morning at 10 o'clock, was postponed
because the teams could not agree on
the scene of battle.
The soccerites have been unfortunate
in this respect this year, both games
with Ypsi having been postponed be-
cause of the epidemic of smallpox at
Ypsilanti. It is hoped, however, that
these games will be played off after
the danger has passed. This will mean
that the entire schedule has been
moved forward several weeks.
W a t c h f o r t h e
GREEN PENNSY EXTRA
on the streets immediately
after the game. . ... .. .
BOXING.
Private lessons. Work will start im-
mediately. See instructor at Dr. May's
office, Waterman gymnasium, for
terms, etc. O. S. Westerman. tf.

Catholics Confident of Victory
South Bend, Ind., Nov. 17.-The
Notre Dame football squad left today
for Lansing confident of victory over
the Michigan Aggies tomorrow. Cap-
tain Cofall's drop-kicking is eapected
to prove a big factory in favor of a
Catholic triumph.
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The Event of Events
FOR
Every student, professor, teacher, and
resident of Ann Arbor
C IVIC Co-Operative Grand Opera in Detroit-The beginning of a
permanent institution. ,
Inter-State Opera for Detroit, Cleveland, Pittsburg and Cincinnati
-greatest organizations ever brought together.
Twelve (12) Operas in German, Italian and. French. Thirty Stars
from Metropolitan and Royal Opera Houses.
Twelve (12) Operas and Ballets.
$100,000 scenery designed and executed for this company by the
great artist, Josef Urban-New costumes, absolutely novel effects.
Six (6) Matinees, Six (6) Evenings, December 2, 9, 16, 23, 30 and
January 6. Subscription seats as low as $1 for each opera. Office 314
Washington Arcade. Phone Cherry 4616.
All orders for seats of any sort placed in accordance with day and
hour of reception. General gale to the public thrown open at Grin-
nell's week of November 27.
INCLUDED IN THE ROSTER ARE:-Johanna Gadski, De Cisneros,
Karl Jorn, Marr, Hinckley, Egenieff, Treville, Leon, Weldon, Viglione,
Fremstadt, Lenora, premier asoluta conductor; Dimboni, and dozens
of other notable stars.
N. J. COREY, Mngr.
Hardman Piano Used.

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CAPT. MATHEWS, PENNSYLVANIA
faced Mathews during the time the lat-
ter was in the game at Philadelphia
last year.
Mathews has played a steady game
for the Quakers all season. In several
of the Penn contests the leader's work
proved cause for comment in the star-
ring line.
Mathews is a native of the Sleepy

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