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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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In their famous es-
says,CiceroandEmer-
son both omitted to
say that many life-long
friendships have had
their beginning in the
College pipe.
is the kind that fosters
friendship and glori-
fies good fedlowship.
This delightful to-
bacco has a taste that
tickles the tongue of
fault finders into
words of praise-and
brings to the mouths
of scoff ers the smile
of satisfaction.

Yearlings are Suffering From Large
Hospital List; Diehl One of
the Cripples.
PENN REPORTS WILL BE IVEN.
Coach Conklin conducted the final
drill of the freshman squad yesterday
afternoon on the wind swept gridiron
of south Ferry field after having once
more donned his laid-away moleskins
and cleated boots to demonstrate, in a
rather forcible manner accqrding to
the first year men, his theories of
blocking, tackling, and bucking. Thus
attired the coach was able to give the
men a more practical lesson and the
afternoon's work served as an excel-
lent furbisher for the team in antici-
pation of the bout with Adrian:
The team's privatt jinx appears this
time in the shape of a hospital list of
considerable proportions and the year-
lings go into action today with crip-
ples predominating if the regulars are
able to wobble at all, as anything less
than complete disability has so' far
failed to swerve these individuals from
their intention of playing. Diehl, the
strongest unit in the eleven, is suffer-
ing from an injury to his nose and is
less than six days this side of an oper-
ation which was performed on that
member at the university hospital. If
he goes into today's contest and receiv-
es the ordinary bump on the nose
which they all get during the period,
he will then and there have a hem-
hage and will have to hie himself to
the sidelines. On the happening of this
contingency, which in Diehl's case is
not of a dangerous or serious nature,
Benton will be sent in in his place and
the latter was navigating with difficul-
ty yesterday with a charley horse in
his right leg. Gault will nurse his
dislocated knee for the remainder of
the season and all hope of seeing him
at halfback has been forsaken.
This forms part of the list who re-
port at sick call daily and for fear of
adding to it before the game today
the coach did not allow the men to
scrimmage at yesterday's practice.
Diehl did not take part in any practice
of a strenuous nature and Conklin is
undecided whether to give the husky
fullback his way and allow him to par-
ticipate in the Adrian mixup or to tie
him to the bench In the event of Ben-
ton's muscles keeping him out or
Diehl's failure to play pulling him back
for full position, Martin will go in at
right guard and Bastend is slated for
Diehl's place on the backfield. Conk-
lin will alternate the periods with his
quarterbacks, Hunt starting the game
and playing the first and third periods
and Catlet replacing him during the
second and final quarters.
The returns form Pennsy will start
coming in at 1:45 and an early exo-;
dus to the field is expected to be the;
result. A direct wire will carry play,
by play returns of the contest at,
Franklin field and announcement will;
be made to the bleachers as fast as
they arrive, and the reports being
more complete by this system than
those received of the Syracuse and O.
S. U. games.
The first year men will lineup in,
this manner:-Dillman, r. e.; Norton,
r. t; Hodge, r. g.; Rhoem, r. h.; Diehl,,
Benton, or Bastend, f. b.; Cochran, c.;
Catlet and Hunt, q. b.; Meade, 1. h.;
Quail, 1. g.; Benton, or Martin, 1. t.;
James, I. e.t
If your system is filled with poison
take a mineral bath at the Ypsilanti
Mineral Bath House. 34
Collegian Clothes.
A handsome display of Men's Suits

and Overcoats in this make is now be-
ing shown at Allen's Good Clothes
Store on Main St. They represent all
the very newest styles in Greys, Blues,
Tans and novelty effects. You can
see a few of these novelty effects in
their window. 34

SOCCER MAKES ITS
APPEARANCE TODAY
Between Halves of Fresh-Adrian Game
New Sport Will Be
Inaugurated,.
PLAYERS MAKE APID PROGRESS
Soccer will make its first public ap-
pearance before a U. of M. audience
this afternoon between the halves of
the yearling's combat with Adrian col-
lege. For 15 minutes the exponents
of Michigan's latest in the sporting
line will introduce upon Ferry field
a game altogether foreign to anything
the old stamping ground of Yost's bat-
tlers has ever witnessed.
Under the tutelage of Coach Doug-
las the soccer beginners have made
rapid progress towards ability to put
up a clever article of individual play
and teamwork. A marked advance in
this department of the game was ap-
parent after the visit of the two ex-
perts from the Michigan state league,
who in their instructions to the local
enthusiasts, emphasized this point.
Another factor in the speedy develop-
ment of the players was the presence
of several who had played the game
before in some other section of the
country. These were able to explain
many of the tricks and knacks to their
companins and to help them by ex-
ample.
An extra practice session was held
yesterday afternoon and another will
be given this morning. At this morn-
ing's meeting two teams of 11 each
will be picked to perform in the after-
noon's exhibition. While the regula-
tion number of players on a side call-
ed for in the rules is 11 it is probable
that Douglas will give 30 or more of
his charges a chance in the fray, either
by substituting in the 11 or composing
'his two squads of more than this num-
ber.i This last procedure would1f
detract from the quality of the game,
but would rather add to it by compli-
cating the opoprtunity for the much
desired teamwork.
Coach Douglas has given up a trip
to the Penn game, for the sole purpose
to present his pet sport to the stu-
dents, and rests its future at the uni-
versity upon their popular decision.He
has given his best to the teaching of
soccer and 40 students have spent
much of their efforts on it. This after-
noon will determine the result.
PLAY SEMI-FINAL
CLASS GAME TODAY
Senior lits and soph engineers will
battle this morning at 9 :45 o'clock on
South Ferry field for the chance to
play the final game with the senior
laws for the campus championship.
Both teams have had a long rest and
will go into the struggle with renewed'
strength and a string of plays. The
seniors outweigh the sophs, but the
younger class has won against weight
odds in their own department, so the
seniors cannot rely entirely upon this
factor.
Most of the gains are expected to be
garnered through open plays, featur-
ing Saier and Maddon. Everyone is
looking forward to an interesting en-
counter between these two halfbacks,
who are considered by the followers
of class football to be the best speed
artists playing on the class elevens.

A Bargain in Stafionery
We offer an unsurpassed value in Fabric Finish writing paper. Forty-
eight sheets and forty eight envelopes (two cuts) all for 25c a bcx. This
is another one of those
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OUTCOME OF QUAKER BATTLE
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Lunces and Short Orders
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Freshman is Best Developed.,
This year's freshman class

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ogical questions.

Fresh shipment of Huyler's just re-
ceived. 214 S. Main St. 34-35
MWAJEw"STIC'
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Foot Ball Returns read during
Show
COMING MONDAY
ZEB ZARROW TROUPE

(Continued from page 1.
all year and ought to play its best
game tomorrow. The team has met
all sorts of misfortune this year but it
is now subconsciously felt that it has
arrived and that tomorrow should
mark its climax so far.
It is expected that the game will at-
tract a large crowd as a close contest
is looked for. A special train load
of Michigan 'alumni are coming from.
New York and a few Michigan stu-
dents are expected. The field will be
a trifle soft owing to the rain this
week but it is not expected to work

a great disadvantage to either team.
The Penn squad are quartered at
Whitemarsh Golf club until tomorrow.
The Michigan squad are at Wayne.
As near as can be determined these
are the two lineups for tomorrow:
Michigan Penn
Torbet... .. ...L.E......Young
Cole or Musser. ...L.T. .......Wilson
Quinn...... . L.G. . McNaughton
Paterson.................Greene
Almendinger.....R.G. ....... Griffith
Pontius..........R.T........Dillon
Carpell or Barton. R.E. ......Jourdet
Huebel........... Q.B. .......Craig
Craig............. L.H. .........Minds
Hughitt or Boyle.. R.H. ...Harrington
Thomson, Capt.....F.B. ..Mercer,Capt.

claim to the honor of having the most
perfect physically developed woman
for her age ever examined in the wom-
en's gym, according to Miss Catherine
Bigelow, the director of physical train-
ing for women, who has just finished
tabulating the measurements taken
this year.

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see the seasons correct blocks.
hats in a variety of porportions.
lats in many shapes

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YOU'LL FEEL THANKFUL,
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by Ed. V. Price & Co. Select the woolens today.

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