f the Big W
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WATCH, open face,
movement fully guaranteed
Signal Drill Given Cole's Ateri Instead
Coach Oele's All-Fresh elevens did
not scrimmage yesterday afternoon in
view of the fact that the freshmen are
to alternate with the scrubs in the
mid-week game with the Varsity to-
day. The freshmen were put through
a stiff signal practice, however, in or-
der that they may give as good an ac-
count of themselves as possible.
Collette, Smith and Hughitt seem to
be most promising as ~backfield candi-
dates on the All-Fresh team, while
Kellar is working regularly at the
quarterback job. Of the linemen,
Kiefaber, Tully, Raynsford, Leahey,
Davidson, are showing up well. On
the showing against the Varsity today,
Coach Cole will undoubtedly make his
selection of players to represent the
All-Fresh in the game with Mount Un-,
)IcNILLAN BACK AMONG WOLVER-
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back in the game, and Quinn, who
took Bogle's place at left guard, the
team presented the usual lineup. Car-
peli was at right half and got into
the practice with a willshowing that
lie has lost nothing by his enf. reed
idleness. Bogle was worked at venter
on the second eleven, learning to sub-
titute for Patterson. Picard played
uarter on the second eleven and
Herrington and Heubel were worked
at the half back positions.
At the conclusion of the signal drill
Yost gave his men a short drill on
falling on the ball aild picking it up
on the run before sending them to tbe
Asked if the team would practice
signals in the gym any evenings this
week, Yost replied that it would not.
"You see I am giving them a half
hour's quiz each evening after din-
ner at training table," he said.
saying are being given by the mining
engineering department of the Univer-r
sity of Illinois.
:n face, thin model,
S AND FRATI
Junior lits report for practice at
south Perry field today 3 p. m.
Tryouts for the Girl's Glee Club will
be held today between 4:30 and 5:30,
in room 9, the School of Music.
Senior law football practice, Ferry
field at 4 o'clock this afternoon..
There will be a meeting-of the 1913
Law class on Friday, October 13, in
Room C. at 4 o'clock, for the purpose
of nominating officers for the ensuing
Meeting of try-outs for the Michigan
Union Opera poster contest, at Union
clubhouse, tonight at 7:30 o'clock,
All senior lit football candidates re-
port at south Ferry field today at 3
All soph lit football candidates out
today at 3:30 p. m. at south Ferry
Tickets for Dr. Warthin's lecture to
all first year men can be procured at
the University Y. M. C. A. The lec-
tures will be given October 16, 17
and 18 in the medical building.
May Name Committees Today.
Appointments to the Michigan Un-
ion committees for the ensuing year,
which were to have been made yester-
day, were postponed by President
Matthew Blish on account of the ab-
sence of Homer Heath. The final se-
lections will probably be given out
A new line of Browns and nobby
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