THE MICHIGAN DAILY
LACKING SENIORS W N LIT
IN FRESH TEAM DEPARTMENTT
First Year Men Forget They are 1)e-
fending the Maize and Blue
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Taking advantage of the absence of,
the Varsity in the east and hoping that
a change of scene would work a re-
generating influence, the freshmen.
moved into the Ferry field gridiron
yesterday afternoon for their final
meeting before today's bout with the
University of Detroit. As a final prac-
tice, which is ordinarily supposed to
be a polishing off process, it was a fail-
ure and the advent of the first year
men to the theatre whereon so often
Michigan spirit has been portrayed
and Michigan fight and grit has been
the predominating feature, worked no
influence in the same direction upon
These men who eventually will be
called upon to defend the maize
and blue banner against the at-
tacks of the teams which have
met defeat at the hands of the Var-
sity and the teams which will meet
defeat this year in the same manner,
must realize that they are fighting un-
der the same banner now when they
tie up with the vanguard of those
teams with whom they will some day
clash for the championship of the west.
Beefy, speedy, individually capable,
and receiving lessons from a coach
that knows the game from A to Z the
freshman team that presented itself
to us this fall should make short work
of the elevens scheduled to meet them
but so far there has been a rmarkable
absence of "pep" and "get-together-
ness" displayed by them. How long
this state of affairs will continue to be
the particular, bright, and shining
feature of their playing is not known;
of what is the cause of it we know less;
it may be anything from the pleasant-
ness of the fall weather to the exem-
plification of the theory of some east-
ern highbrows who say that Ameri-
cans are speedily becoming a race of
Let it suffice to say that they, the
first year men of Michigan, have still
the biggest part of a season in which
to ;'come back" and the tline to start,
with all due respect for the hopes and
endeavors of our Detroit visitors, is
During the first practices held this
week with Hunt at quarter, Diehl at
full, and Rhoem and Gault playing the
halves, the team looked good and
promised a victory for today, the
slump in interest and fight only bob-
bing up in the last two days. Today's
backfield will probably be the same as
the above with the line holding in pro-
portion to its weight the freshmen
should take Detroit U. into camp.
Reports from the Syracuse game
will be received at the field at inter-
vals and should b a side issue instead
of the redeeming feature as it was a
week ago at the contest.
The men will line up something like
this: Davis, L. E.; Benton, L. T.; Dor-
rance, L. G.; Cochran, C.; Raymond,
R. G.; Norton, R. T.; Dillman, R. E.;
Hunt, Q.; Gault, L. H.; Rhoem, R. H.;
Diehl, F. B.
Darkness and a lucky fumble aided
the senior lits to win the department
football championship for the third
consecutive time yesterday afternoon
when they defeated the juniors 6 to 2..
With the ball on the 7 yard line and
only 20 seconds left to play "Eddie"
Saier made a wild dash for touch-
down and fumbled the ball when tack-
led. In the dusk the juniors did not
see the ball until "Art" Hill recovered
his team mate's bungle and scurried.
across the line for a tally.
Seldom have two class teams put up
a cleaner and more hard fought strug-
gle than characterizled the contest yes-
terday. At straight football neither
side was able to gain consistently apd'
it was a fluke that made scoring pos-
During the first half neither team
found the other's weakness and the
entir two periods were devoted to a see
saw in the center of the field. With
the opening of the third quarter, the
juniors got the bulge on the "near
alumni" when they forced the seniors
to attempt a punt from behind their
own goal line. Here the senior center
passed the ball over Saier's head and
he was downed behind his own goal,
iving the third year men a safety and
"Tiny" Kohler was the star for the
juniors. Ile ripped up the senior line
and also proved a mountain on defense
along with Jenkins. Saier had the
bulge on his team mates as a ground.
-ainer. The ofIi ials were: Matthews,
referee;- Myers, umpire; Preble, head
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Soph-lits will dance this afternoon
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This is the first party of the year and
inasmuch as 85 tickets have already
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ball. Huebel will direct the team and
Craig and Thomson will be in their
regular berths. As to who will occupy
the other halfback job everyone is
questioning as it is known that Yost
has four eligible men and has gioen
no indication of picking anyone, How-
ever it is figured that either Carpell
or Hughitt. will start with a good
chance for Collette getting in.
Both Pennsylvania and Cornell
scouts are here and unless it is abso-
lutely necessary it is believed that
Michigan will not open up anything to-
morrow. But it is the hope of the
campus here to force the Wolverines
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