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All Fresh Riddle
H'eidelberg Plans
lioeidolbrg wil not be champions
e; the west this year. When the fresh-
naa team reached the Ohio city Sat-
urday they were greeted by an array
of posters which were to this effect:
All-Fresh 6, U. of M. 0, and under

Flie Teats Go Through Stiff Drilling
on South Ferry Field Almost
Every Day

Vars ity l orgCie& . i riLYau el e feat
Pr'' e.ratiia For igl; 1Fed
A :leveni'


"Get Cornell,"
This is the slogan that Coach Yost
has passed out to the Michigan foot-
ball team, and it will stand as a
motto for the week, The griln deter-
rination with which ,the mev went
about AIhei work yesterday afternoon
indicates that this may eventualy be-
come considerably more than lust a
mere slogan before next Saturday
Syracuse is forgotten.
All attention has been centered ulj-
on Cornell, and the battle with the
ithacans next Saturday is te only
thing concerning Coach Yos ,'s fet-
bailers at the present time. The squad
appears undaunted by the reverse en-
countered a couple of days ago and
is preparing for the Big Red team as
though the world's title had been an-
nexed last Saturday afternoon.
14ichigan wiil enter the game
against Sharpe's men with her full
strength for the first time in so long
that memory upon the subject is hazy
and indistinct. "Pat"' Smith will start
at fullback and Rehnann will be sta-
tioned at tackle. Reimann will do a
lot to bolster up the line, and if Cap-
tain Cochran performs as well as he
did last week, Michigan will have at
least two sure-fire defensive men as
4 neucleus. Niemann's capers at de-
' engive center last Saturday caught
the eye of the coach, and he will
probably start against Cornell,
Coach Yost was busy yesterday
working on a defense for some of the
Cornell formations which have been
playing havoc with the eastern teams.
There probably is no better coach in
America than Yost for this purpose,
and if that Cornell team can be
checked at all, it will run up against
a snag Saturday. "Germany" Schulz
has been busy watching Cornell the
last couple of games, and he is pretty
familiar with Sharpe's play as ex-
hibited thus far this season,
The Michigan team came through
the game against the Orangemen in
good physical shape, and the eleven
should be in first-class condition when
it meets the crew from Ithaca. Nor-
ton was playing tackle yesterday in
Reimann's place, for as yet the big
tackle can't sprint around the field
as fast as the team was moving. How-
ever he will be all right when the
time comes.
Dunne was playing right end yes-
terday, with Benton at the other ex-
Benbrook, captain of the 1910 team
and All-American guard, was in Ann
Arbor yesterday. He watched the
squad work out, but will leave town
Memorials to the late Dean Karl E.
Guthe, of the Graduate School; Prof.
l Ooge, and Mr. A. IT. Walker,
lecturer in law, were read at the first
meeting of the university senate in
the law building last night. No fur-
ther business of importance was
Cosmopolitan Club Holds Reception
Cosmopolitan club held a social at
3:00 o'clock Sunday in Harris hall in
the form of a reception to those who
joined the club, recently. There were
about 50 men present representing
several nationalities, and an enjoyable
social hour vas spent. An artistic

nusical program was rendered, con-
sisting of three vocal solos and two
piano solos. At the close of the pro-
gram refreshments were served.
Call Lyndon for a good Flashlight,

this, in blazing letters they proceeded
to relate how Heidelberg would be T STAGE TIhEE L AMES TODAY
the champions of the west if they had
downed the yearling aggregation of Down in the soph lit camp they are
mileskin men. But- already hanging out the sign for the
campus championship, and they have
CROSS COUNTRY TEAMS WILL some dope that looks pretty good, con-
RUN AGAINST STATE COLLEGES sidering the showing they have already
made. Manager Cleary reported that
Two Squads Will Go to East Lansing there has been a large addition to the
Saturday; Eligible Men squad since they upset the dope and
Named tied last year's champions, the junior
lits, in the most brilliant game yet
With the entering of two teams in played in the interclass series this
the annual state college cross country year. Captain Perry sent his men
run at East Lansing next Saturday, through a sharp signal drill,,using the
the C-C-C men will have their first forward pass. Although the line is
real competition of the year. The sea- light, it is made up of rangy players
son opened with a meet with the De- that have had experience both on for-
trolt "Y" last Saturday, but the De- nier high school teams and local grid-
troit institution' entered so small a irons.
squad that there was little competi- Interference practice was the thing
tion for the Varsity runners, the soph engineers were perfecting dur-
It will be the first time that a fresh- ing yesterday's practice. About fifteen
man team has been entered in the men put in their appearance for the
event. The men who will go have not line. The backs are much lighter than
beqn selected, but a tentative list has the line and look fast in practice. The
been made of those whose consistent engineers promise something of a sur-
work has made them eligible for the prise in the line of trick plays, in their
two teams, first game, which takes place with the
Those from whom the Varsity will fresh engineers next Wednesday.
be picked are: Captain Carroll, Kui- A set of big, husky backs and a
vinen, Vance, Matteson, Murphy, Wal- heavy, solid line is what the fresh
ters, Trelfa, Donnelly, Fox and Denne. dents are reported to have up their
The freshman runners who will go sleeve, Their team averages 190
will be selected from these six men: pounds and is composed of expe-
Fuess, Comloquoy, Nowlen, Tuttle, rienced men. They have a couple of
Cantor and Maynard, all-staters, and one of their bulwarks
___-_____. is George Brown, of last year's All-
CLASS LEAGUE RBWLING NOW ON Fresh. While all men are eligible,
only the first year men are wanted for
Seiuiei Dents leieat Fresh Lits il today's practice.
Closely Contested Baitle Blocking and drill in interference
was the chief point emphasized in the
Bowling in the class league will be- practice of the fresh lit team yester-
gin in earnest this week. Thus far day. Undismayed by their defeat at
the only game to be played -was the the hands of the senior lits last Sat-
one in which toe senior dents defeat- urday, they reported in greater num-
ed the fresh lits in a close and well bers than ever before.
played contest. This year the matches A change of positions was made by
will be scored by the total number of the fresh engineers during yesterday's
points, rather than by the majority of practice. Besides some other rear-
games, as was the method last season. rangements in the line, Miranda, star
The schedule for the coming week of Cleveland University school last
is as follows; Tuesday, senior engi- year, was shifted from center to right
neerk vs. junior lits; Wednesday, soph half. Much time was used in place
engineers vs. fresh engineers; Thurs- kicking and forward passing, and from
day afternoon, soph lits vs. fresh laws; all indications the result will be that
Thursday night, senior lits vs. senior the team will use an open style of
laws; Friday, junior lits vs. junior play exclusively.
laws. The junior engineers are the Saturday's games in the inter-class
only team that have not yet elected league resulted in the defeat of the
their captain. fresh lits at the hands of the senior
litsr by the score of 26-0. Brandel,
Don't fail to hear the genuine Uku- start of last year's Varsity baseball
lele, the beautiful-tone Hawaiian in- team, played-the feature game for the
strument. Competent instructors. winners.
Grinnell Bros., 116 South Main St. Fresh engineers vs. soph engineers;
Phone 1707 Oct28-29-30-31-Nov2 fresh dents vs. fresh medics; fresh
laws vs. J-laws.
Portraits that are made at Hoppe's Games will begin promptly at 4:05
studio are sure to please. oct31-nov2 o'clock on south Ferry field.

Start Active Campaigning With House-
to-House Canvass for New
Active house-to-house campaigning
for the Rifle club "Membership Boost"
started last night when committees
were picked to see every man inter-
ested in the sport. Last year the Rifle
club could boast of but 135 members,
whereas at least 300 are assured for
the coming season, with the possibility
of 500.
An innovation, that of having a fac-
ulty section, will be put into effect this
year, and Prof. F. R. Finch, of the en-
gineering faculty, will canvass every
faculty man. Other men starting the
house-to-house work last night were:
P. H. Hofstra, Maynard and Thompson
streets; B. J. Ahrens, South University
and Washtenaw avenues; C. S. Decker,
South State street; H. P. Nicholson,
Thayer street and Cheever court; F.
H. Atlee, Church and Monroe streets;
J. K. Spink, Huron and Washington
streets, and J. Thompson, Division and
Hill streets.
The committees will report Saturday
morning at the offices of the Athletic
association, and further territory will
be assigned them then.
The members of the Rifle club will
hold a qualification shoot Friday after-
noon on the range belonging to the
National Guard, located on South
Packard street. Intramural Director
Floyd Rowe will be in charge, and all
men intending to go over the course
should report at the corner of State
and Packard streets by 1:05 o'clock.
Rules for shooting on the Rifle club
ranges have been compiled by the
committee in charge, and are as fol-
1. The range will be open for prac-
tice each afternoon until 6:00 o'clock.
2. A range master shall be in charge
during all practices, and will have
charge of the range during his period
of duty.
3. All guns must be loaded at the
firing point, and must be unloaded
when not in use. When loaded, guns
must be pointed in the direction of the
4. No man shall change the sighting
of any gun without the permission of
the range-master.
5. Saturday mornings will be re-
served for members of the faculty

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Among other things to be thankful
for is thefact that we havn't got a
game scheduled with the Oregon
"Oh, I think Pat'. Smith's the best
looking boy on the team," declared one
of the feninine spectators Saturday.
For further information, Smith should
address this column, care The Mich-
igan Daily.
The following yell has been* sug-
Kitty-meow, meow! !r
Doggie-bow, bow! !
Sic 'em, Michigan
It was signed co-ed. Who ever
would have ever suspected it?
Last Saturday Center Cool on the
Cornell team got sore because he
hadn't scored a single touchdown all
day long, and he finally got so mad
that Quarterback Barrett had to go
up and play center on two plays near
the goal line. Cool went into the
backfield and scored the touchdown
on his second plunge.

After attempting to interview Coach
Sharpe, some people have become con-
vinced that the Cornell boss is either
the most modest individual in the
world, or else the most conceited
thing that has happened along for
some time. We'll give him the bene-
fit of the doubt for the present. Re-
member, a winning football at Cor-
nell is still somewhat of a novelty and
the newness probably hasn't worn off
The following is gleaned from the
Chicago Tribune, under a Cambridge
date line: "The Harvard players com-
plained bitterly of Penn State's rough
tactics and the Pennsylvanians will
not get a place on the 1916 schedule."
We wager that one of the .men from
Pennsyixtania spilt a cup of hot tea
on the new frock of Captain Mahan.
Or maybe he committed a breach of
etiquette by failing to apologize after
stubbing his toe on the boots of one
of Harvard's ends.

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