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ALL-FRESH HOLD
Sparks Scores for Yearlings After ..
Sensational 40-Yard Run
Around End

VARSITY LACKS FOUR

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Michigan's crack All-Fresh football
team held the Varsity to a tie in yes-
terday's scrimmage,. each team scor-
ing one touchdown.
Back in the dark ages, dating
around the time of the inception of
the game, some one started an adage
which held that a poor final scrim-
mage augured a good game, and a
complete reversal of form when the
big encounter was staged. If this be
true, Michigan should show at her
best against Cornell, for the perform-
ance of the Varsity yesterday was
anything but an inspiring sight.
The Varsity touchdown came in the
first two minutes of play, and the ele-
ment of luck proved a rather import-
ant factor. Phil Raymond punted, the
ball rolling over the goal line, Reekie
inadvertently touching it. Thus when
Norton fell on it behind the yearling's
goal the big fellows chalked up six
points. No attempt was made to kick
goal.
Following this, the Varsity never
threatened again, the freshmen forc-
ing the first team to punt repeatedly.
In fact the first year men offered such
stiff resistance that the Varsity men
never even passed the 30-yard line,
while the freshmen were down in the
vicinity of their opponent's goal line
on a couple of occasions. They fum-
bled ,however, both times and lost the
ball.

The 1919 eleven scored just before
the scrimmage ended, Sparks running
40 yards around end for a touchdown.
The Varsity did not possess its full
strength, as Smith, Roehm, Catlett and
-: min were riJsng, but all of the
o, ier :- i. were in the lineup.
au-pe started at left half, but Maul-
betsch was shoved into the game
shortly afterwards.
The two Fresh ends were in prom-
inence as usual, both Neiman and
Peach proving strong factors on de-
fense. In addition to this, each of
these lads grabbed a forward pass and
tore off long gains for the Fresh.
Coach Yost didn't say a word after
the scrimmage w as over, hit rumors
have been heard indicating that he
may shift his lineup somewhat for the
Cornell game. Four of the regulars
were missing from yesterday's game,
and their presence Saturday will mean
considerable to Michigan. "Pat"
Smith is a tower of strength on both
offense and defense, while Catlett and
Reimann are among the best tacklers
on the squad. Roehm is a sure tackler
too, although his absence might not
have been felt so much yesterday de-
fensively as the 1919 backs were rip-
ping through the line, plays which do
not affect him. There should be a dif-
ferent story Saturday with the quar-
tet in the lineup which was missing
tonight.
CROSS COUNTRY SQUA)D (OES
TO LANSING TODAY FOR MEET
Michigan's cross country squad
leaves today over the Michigan Cen-
tral for Larsing, where they meet the
strong M. A. C. team. Tne Varsity
men who will compete are as follows:
Carrol, Kuivinen, Vance, Matteson,
Murphy, Fox, Walters, Trelfa and Don-
nelly. The freshmen who will com-
pete are: Fuess, Comloquoy, Tuttle,
Herlihy, Nowlen and Maynard.

SOP i-0,MO lES DOWN FRESHMEN
EN CLASS FOOTBALL CONTESTS
Engineers Win by Score of 6-0, While
Lts Down Opponents by
28-0 Count
While the fresh lits were getting the
weak end of a 28-to-0 score in their
game with the sophomores, the soph
engineers were winning a 6-to-0 tilt
with the freshmen of their department,
in yesterday's games in the interclass
football play.
Tearing up the fresh line and bat-
tering holes through their defense, the
soph lits defeated the first-year men
of the same department by the score
meets the State Normal college team
resist the onslaught, and in the first
few minutes of play their line was
crossed by Edwards. The soph line
showed up strong both in defense and
offense, and in the second quarter be-
gan to find their opponents' weak
places.
Outplayed by the fresh engineers in
three-quarters of the game, the sophs
came back in the last moments of play
in a sensational reversal of form, and
by a series of brilliant passes, coupled
with a set of clever trick plays, ad-
vanced the ball from their own 22-yard
line to within 10 yards of the opposing
goal, from where Shatford scored the
lone touchdown of the game.
M1IROY, '97, MAYOR OF TOLEDO
UNDER NEW CITY CHARTER
Charles M. Milroy, '97L, has been
elected as Toledo's first mayor under
the new charter of the city. Mr. Mil-
roy's career has been a remarkable
one, and he has attained his present
position only after much hard work,
starting when in college in order to
defray the expenses of his education.

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Suits in new smart n dels for late fall and winter wear
have been recei;ed x inihin the last few days--=galnents
which are unusual in quality and which are exceptional
values. Misses spits of Broadcloth in prevailing colors;
Seal trimmed and Peau de Cygne lined. Suits of Gabar-
dine and Whipcord, in Black Navy, Plum, Brown and
Green; Beaver, Raccoon, or Marten trimimed. Flare
model suits of Broadcloth and Velveteen with collar, cuffs
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TO PLAY FIRST SOCCER GAME
WIT II NORMAL MEN TOMORROW
Soccer makes its debut at Ferry field
tomorrow morning when the Varsity
meet the State Normal college team
at 9:30 o'clock, the time having been
changed from 10:00 o'clock to the
above hour. The Ypsilanti games bid
fair to be the only ones on the sched-
ule tlgis year, the Mt. Clemens games
having been postponed indefinitely,
and there being little likelihood of the
Ohio State games being scheduled.

RIFLE CLUB MLEMBE RS TO H{
QUALIFICATION Sl 0T TO )AY
Rifle club members will hold a
qualification shoot this afternoon on
the National Guard range, one mile
east of the city limits on Packard
street. Intramural Director F. A.
Rowe will be in charge of the soot,
and all men desiring to qualify should
meet the 1:05 o'clock car at the Delta.
The club-owned Krag rifles must be
cleaned and returned at once, under
penalty of forfeiture of membership.

!1 AIZE, BLIE, 11;E AND WRITE
1I1 Al OIIN UJNIO SATURDAY
As in past years, the Union will be
decorated for the Cornell game. The
Maize and Blue and Cornell's Red and
White will be displayed.
The decorating committee has Been
appointed as follows: Harry Wasson,
'18, chairman; Paul Cholette, '19; Au-
gustine McC'ormick, '19; Robert S.
Bridge, '19; Charles Clark, '19; Ralph
E. Gault, '19; William Craig, '19.

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Alumni Memorial Hall
A view of part of the Campus showing Law Dept. buildings
Also a beautiful panoramic view of Ann Arbor from the Boulevard
A view of the main street looking South
The Washtenaw County Court House

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