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October 25, 1912 - Image 4

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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COYOTE SCHEDULE
BADLY BROKEN UP
One week from tomorrow Michigan
meets South Dakota, and thereby hangs
a tale that will interest all followers
of football and will cause considera-
ble comment and discussion. South
Dakota has played two games, one
with Minnesota whom they defeated,
and the other with a small western'
college. But the annual game with
Colorado. and the other matchLes on
the Coyote schedule have been cancel-
led, leaving the western school with
Michigan as its only worth while op-
ponent.
The reason for the cancellation of
the various games, and particularly
that with Colorado, is that South Da-
kota has no three year eligibility rule:
and as a result plays freshmen on it.
team. That is the sole cause for all
the trouble. But in the meantime,
football dopesters have claimed that
Michigan may break off relations an:
it is this rumor which oug;ht to be em-
phatically denied.
South Dakota Can Play Freshmen.
Michigan's contract with the Coy-
otes provides that the team shall be
composed of men eligible under the
eligibility rules of the particular
schools, which means that freshmen.
being eligible at South Dakota can be
played against Michigan. South Da-
kota is a small school, and the author-
ities there claim that without allowing

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Monday, October 28

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MAKES ITS DEBUT
No doubts can exist, as to the suc-
cessful future of soccer football at
Michigan, in the minds of those who
witnessed the initial playing of the
R-me on south Ferry field yesterday
afternoon.
When Coach Douglas arrived ol the
field which had already been prepared
by the erection of goals and the mark-
ing off of boundaries, he found thirty
students eager for the fray. Many pro-
fessed to have had previous experi-
ence. Among them were fourteen Chi-
nese who had played the game in their
own country where it was introduced
by the English and is considered the
most poplar pastime.
To begin, Douglas divided his ma-
terial into two squads of equal size,
and after explaining briefly the prin-
ciples of the game, lined them up,
;omewhat in the fashion of regulation
footbalJl anid kicked off. 'Then followed
ten minutes of fun and excitement.
The leather, sphere wvas kicked from'
one end of the field to the other, until
finally a lucky boot sent the ball rolling
past the goal keeper. At the start, a
few were standing on the sidelines,
but these, soon catching the spirit of
the game, threw off their coats and
jumped into the midst of running and
dodg ing players.
Coach Douglas was well pleased
that the vew gam had brought out
st~udents who do not have the phys-
ical build to cope with the more stren-
uous and rougher football, and who
are apt not to exercise at all.
The establishment of soccer comes
as a direct result of the Blanket tax,
under which the athletic association
hopes to make athletics at Michigan
not for the few, but for the many.
Soccer is a clean, fascinating game
and can offer an hour's exercise of a
most exciting kind, to all who will
go down to Ferry field at 3:00 p. m. on
Monday, Tuesday and Thursday
RELAY MEN TURN
OUT FOR f'hPRACTICE

1-JARLER FROI-IfIAN PRESENTS
aHlAR LES 6H ERRY

Seat Sale 4

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Seat Sale

Prices,

- - 50c, 15c $1.00,

In that big human and humorous pl
By C. Haddon Chambers author of "Tyranny of
4 Months at the Criterion Theater, New York

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freshmen to play they could not put:.
team of merit on the field. They point
out that Colorado has played then
before with freshmen in the lineup,
but this year they suddenly insister'
on this point.
Minnesota was defeated by South
Dakota a few weeks ago, but so far
Minnesota has made no comment or
the alleged ineligibility of the Coyote
team. And thereby hangs anothei
tale. Conference rules require that
conference teams shall play no
schools not having the three year rule,
and yet it would appear to the casual
observer that Minnesota has brokei
this ruling.
Are After Wolverine's Scalp.
With most of their other games
called off, South Dakota is going to
devote her whole season in an en-
deavor to take the Wolverine's scalp,
and the game a week from tomorrow
ought to be a good one. Michigan must
conserve its strength for the Penn and
Cornell games, while the Coyotes can
risk all on the game in an endeavor
to make or break. According to the
Michigan contract, the same team
which defeated Minnesota and which
the other western schools are protest-
ing, will be eligible here. With noth-
ing to do but to train for the Wolver-
ines, they should be reckoned as a
dangerous foe.
FRESH DRILL IS HARD

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Orders taken for: After Theatre or Concert Parties
Cranger's Academy of Dancing Ca at'Y
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Classes for Ladles and Gentlemen, Tuesday and Thursday
evenings, 7 to 8 o'clocK.
TUTTLE'S___EET__
ON STATE STREET' (einAnicnaig

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Every young man in
the University who is re-
ally keen for the smartest,
liveliest style in his clothes,

is going to see the
models in our

new

Hart Schaffner & Marx

Varsity Line

The styles; the weaves,
the designing; all are handled
for the students particularly.
The quality of materials
and the tailoring are of the
highest order; that's what you
want to keep clothes in good
shape. Better have the best
clothes for your money.
Suits $18 and up Overcoats $17.50 and up

The soft October moon, three- quar-
ters down and one to go, eased slow-
ly over the autumn tinted foliage of
south Ann Arbor; its beams silvered
the fresh supply of dew drops, repos-
ing on the various and sundry blades,
leaves, and branches of the botanical
specimens of Ferry field; far down the
length of the before mentioned enclos-
ure silhouetted against the glow, out-
lines of figures at first shapeless, and,
indistinct, but rapidly assuming the
form of humans, met the gaze of the.
curious throng which collected be-
neath the defending shadow of
the grandsttand. It was. the fresh-
man football squad coming down the
gridiron for their last lap before the
showers and towels, nothing more.
If strenuous daily practice will do
anything towards fitting a team for a
contest, the yearlings will place the
University of Detroit eleven beneath
Continued on page 3.)

The list of men trying out for the
:lass relay teams, is increasing rapid-
'y, a total of 32 men have faced the
^hilling winds in scanty attire for
girths on their class four. The fresh-
men squad is the largest, being com-
posed of the following ten men: Lid-
aer, Day, Dillon, Ayres, Darnell, Ber-
aard, Burns, Rosenfeld, and Chalmers.
The youngsters are working hard, and
t looks as though the 1916 class will
not be far behind its more experienced
rivals.
The sophomores, although rather
slow in turning out, have nine men
running on the cinders. It is not safe
GAL TWO
to predict the calibre of the second
year men as they have only started,
but judging from their list of try-outs
a fast quartet will be on hand. The
squad is made up of the following:
Slaight, C. H. Brown, McKenzie, Carl
Brown, Bakestraw, Shear, Dolph, Cole,
and Souter.
The juniors also have nine men
working on the track. Most of the,
names are familiar to every follower
of Varsity track work, and the pros-
pects of the team are brilliant. Brown,
Bond, White, Seward, Sherff, Shapero,
Carver, Plummer, and Jansen are the
runners who are anxious to represent
their class.
Although only five are sprinting under
the 1913 colors, the fame of these men
upon the track assures that the sen-
iors will be well represented. The
five speed artists from which the
team is to be picked are Cline, Haff,
Blake, Haimbaugh, and Blair.

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The Lutz Clothing Store
217 South Main Street

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ton just for looks;
are very smart.

This store is the home of
Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes

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C. MAEDEL, Photographer

119 E. Liberty St.

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