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ing carefully nursed for the final struggles. Western interest centers in to-morrow's game between Wisconsin and Illinois at Madison. A- victory will give the down-staters a clear title to the Conference championship, and odds favor the Illini. Winning this game means a lot to Coach Zupke. Zup went to the Wisconsin univer sity, and, though he is now recog nized as one of the best coaches in thQ country, he could never win his "W" on the football field. He wants to show his old school that what he lacked in beef he makes up in brains. The star backfield, made up of Clark, Pogue, Macomber and Scho binger, is intact for an assault on the Badger line. Capt Chapman and Zupke both expressed confidence be fore leaving Chicago for Madison this morning. Tne team spent last mgnt here. Chicago and Minnesota will hold the local spotlight and chances favor the Gophers. Stagg's team, a fine appearing aggregation when the sea son opened, has been weakened through injuries, and it is possible that three backfield regulars and one line star will be on the sidelines throughout the four periods. Eastern interest, of course, is fo cused on the Yale-Harvard battle at New Haven. Harvard has the best combination of backfield men ever gathered on one team. Added to this is the toe of Brickley, for the Crim son captain will be strong enough to try for a goal if his men get within striking distance of the Yale line. He has been practicing all week, and a month in the hospital does not appear to have affected his efficiency. Yale's hope lies in the variegated offense that has been built up. Coach Hinkey has taught his backfield men everything there is to know about the new football. His line will be un able to stop the Harvard onslaught, but Yale's confidence is placed in the whirlwind Blue attack. Both elevens should score at least once. The whole question is whether Yale's tricks cap. beat Harvard's battering rams. And don't overlook Brickley's toe. o o ADVENTURES OF MR. MOUSE W. HOUJ 6LQd3JO fCK AJor "can OOS ? 77 j THtMK 0f fflVA6 MAJ .IVS. 7 I 1 r r" W tVA ?A0 JUST THAJK 3 fU(M? TO tffO AJ?V. BLUSH (AJ6r BfifS To TV flLT?A: AJor ?? M! AH, DAN CUPID'S MOTHER! . VICTIMS OF DAME CUPID Headline in. Mich. Exchange. t '!lititeL' firffoi yfl. M .-.