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Coaches Conklin and Douglas had a
busy time with their freshmen yester-
day afternoon, putting them through
the usual stunts of punting, passing,
and formiation work, while the twilight
was given to stiff scrimmaging in an-
ticipation of today's bout with the Var-
sity. Two teams were brought into
action in the scrimmage and frequent
substitutions gave a host of material
an opportunity of charging Conklin's
team of heavies, with Gault of Ann Ar-
bor High fame and Hillner the beefy
center, as the chief points of attack.
Young and Reem worked with the
light weights and a neatly . exe-
cuted forward pass which when
captured by young developed into
a touchdown, resulted in the
only score of the practice. Young
showed great speed and with
Reem and Crumpacker was responsi-
ble for many yards of the total num-
ber gained by the lighter squad, Beesh-
ler, Norton, and Benton also showed
up in promising form and should de-
velop into valuable men for the fresh-
men.
With practice similar to that.which
was gone over yesterday afternoon the

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next Saturday, although the parting
advice of Coach Conklin that they take
a little time from their perusal of their
rhetoric and algebra and study up a
little on the new rules, was not amiss.
Although the strength of the Alma
team cannot be ascertained, their
showing of former years will warrant
a lively contest for the first year men
on their initial expedition.
Among the men who will be pitted
against the regulars this afternoon
will be: James and Scott, end; Co-
crane and Beeshler, guards; Norton,
Benton, Quail, takles; Rhoem, Gault,
and Dillman, half-backs; Scott, Nor-
-ton, Dillner, full-backs; Young and
Reem, quarters.
TWO CUPS TO BE GIVEN TO
WINNERS OF CROSS COUNTRY
Thirty-five cross country runners re-
sponded to the call for C. C. C. candi-
dates at Waterman gymnasium last
evening. Capt. H1aimbaugh, Director
Bartelme, and Trainer Farrell met the
men in the trophy room of the gymna-
sium and discussed plans for the fall
training,
Captain Haimbaugh outlined the
proposed work of the club. He
stated that this year two cups;
would be offered for the fall race'
instead of one which has usually
been given. In addition, the first three
novices to finish are to receive their
letters. Haiinbaugh also stated that
an eastern trip, probably to Cornell,
.would be aranged if the showing of the
squad warranted it. He urged the
men to get out and do some real work.
Trainer Farrell gave the men a help-
ful talk along the lines -of the proper
method of training for cross- country
work and the best kind of dieting. Di-
rector Bartelme also spoke on the
same subjects.
A number of cross country men
worked out yesterday. It is the plan
of the trainer and captain to have
squads out every day the weather will
permit. At first there will be three
squads, a fast, intermediate and slow,
so that all candidates may have the
proper kind of competition.
Darge Squad Turns Out for Tennis.
Interest in the fall try-outs for the
tennis team has rapidly increased dur-
ing the past week, and prospects for
next year's quartet are, exceedingly
bright. It will be necessary to pick a
squad of seven men in the early spring,
and any who wish to try out should
report to Capt. Andrews. An eastern
trip will be taken early in May beside
the matches with ither colleges which
will occur on Ferry field. The fol-
lowing men have already reported:
Hall, Miller, Shafroth, Batsch, Holm-
boo, Ehlers, Montgomery, Spencer, An-
drews, Reindel, Oliver, Pinnell, Trum,
Blanchard, and Perry.

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An automobile course, probably the
only one of its kind offered in this
country or Europe, is announced by
the engineering department to be giv-
en by Professor Bailey. The course,
which is in electrical ignition for gas-
oline engines; is expected to awaken
great interest especially on account of
the nearness of the automobile center
at Detroit.
Second hand. text books in great
quantities at Wahr's University Book-
store, 1 to 6
For a gym suit or football outfit try
Wahr's University Bookstore. 1 to 10
Loose-leaf note books of every kind
-Your nam-e in gold on cover without
expense to you, at Wahr's University
Bookstore. 1 to 6
Log Log Slide rule with leather case
for $7.50, at Wahr's University Book-
store. 1 to 6

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