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THE MICHIGAN DAILI

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PACK STANOS FOR
FIGHT WITH REDS
Sell Nearly 2,00 Tickets to Students
(anid Visitors for Annual
Cornell Game
GIVE OUT FLAgS FOR BIAWIK "f"
Ferry field will be packed to its ca-
pacity today at the Cornell game. The
seat sale to date, incudlig student ad-
missions, totals nearly 20,000.
All students who have not received
their tickets, should apply for them at
the athletic office on Maynard street;
this morning before 12:00 o'clock. A
xiumber of tickets have not been mail-
ed from the athletic office, owing to
the fact that self-addressed, stamped
envelopes were not enclosed with the
applications, and these should also be
called for this morning.
During the Syracuse game, the stu-
dents in the north stand stood up
during a number of yells, and it was
reported that during the "Locomotive"
yell the stand was swayed slightly.
Athletic authorities have had an ex-
pert from Smith, Hinchman & Grilles
go over the stand this week, and At
was found that a few bolts had be-
come loosened, due to the shrinkage
of the wood from weather conditions.
The entire north section has been re-
paired from top to bottom, and the
stand is now reported as perfectly
safe It is requested, however, that
the rooters do not sway as a body
when participating in the yells today,
thus eliminating any possibility of a
tremor in the stand.
The block "M," due to the fact that
:as yet a great many of the flags re-
main to be called for, bids fair to be
a failure. About half of the number
of flags needed for a complete "M"
have been called for, and unless this
number is filled up the letter will be
far from a success. The flags may be
obtained at the athletic office in the
Press building any time this morning.
Rifle That Shoots Around Corner
A rifle that shoots over the parapet
while the user sits in comparative
safety in the trench without necessity
for exposing himself to the fire of the
enemy is a late invention brought out
by a well-known sportsman. The fea-
ture of this invention is that the rifle
is held vertically while the projectile
is fired horizontally. This is accom-
plished by a curved deflecting tube,
fixed to the muzzle of the gun, that
changes the course of the projectile
from the vertical to the horizontal as
it leaves the gun. In spite of the enor-
mous friction that must accompany
this change of direction, the tube, as
shown by actual test, is not subject
to excessive wear, while the effective
range of a rifle equipped with this de-
vice is between 100 and 150 yards.-
Popular Magazine.
CHAS. BARRETT-Cornell Captain

Squad from Which Sharpe Has Developed Cornell Team

YEALINCS TO WITNESS
GAME FROM SIDELINES
All-Fresh Squad has Light Work-out
Yesterday; I)ouglass to Give
ils Charges a Rest,
Freshman Coach Douglass will give
his pigskin men a rest until Monday,
inasmuch as they have no contest
scheduled for this afternoon. The
squad has been driven along at a stiff
pace since the Heidelburg tilt, hav-
ing been entered as opponents to both
the Varsity and the reserves the past
few afternoons, and the coach is of
the opinion that his warriors should
be given a holiday for the contest with
Cornell.
Following the custom of other sea-
sons as regards the year's biggest
home gaame, the Varsity will be the
hosts to the men of Douglass this af-
ternoon. The entire yearling squad
will occupy seats along the sidelines
in order that the close view of hos-
tilities, which this will afford them,
may be of value later, when the Yost-
men again vie with the boys from
Ithaca.
Only a light workout was indulged
in by the team yesterday afternoon.
Most of the time was spent in polish-
ing up a few of the plays which will
be turned loose upon Lawton's De-
troit aggregation next Saturday.
Pledge Freshmen to Their University
Seattle, Wash., Nov. 5.-For the first
time in the history of the University
of Washington, freshmen tonight will
be pledged to the university. They
will be given a chance to become ac-
quainted with the ideals of the insti-
tution in which they are starting their
college life, and will be given a chance
to declare themselves whole-heartedly
a part of the Alma Mater which they
have chosen as their own.
This year, the same as last year,
"We'll be there." Stark Taxicab Co.,
2255. oct5tf

GOOD SCORES IN RIFLE SHOOT Ithacan Scrubs Give First Team Tussle
Ithaca, N. Y., Nov. 5.-The scrubs
First Qualification Match Held at yesterday gave the Varsity the hardest
Militia Rifle Range battle it has had since the Harvard
game in an hour's practice on Schoell-
Excellent scores were made by kopf field. The second-string men, by
members of the Rifle club at their a splendid combination of line-plung-
first qualification match, held yester- ing, forward,passing and punting, wor-
day on the militia range. Darkness ied the first team throughout §the en-
kept them from finishing the course, tire game. Although they did not
and it will be concluded next Friday cross the Varsity's goal line, while the
at the same time. No practice will be latter scored two touchdowns on the
allowed during the week for this shoot scrubs, they held the Varsity for
unless the whole course be gone over downs in their own territory, and time
again. Scores follow: , after time endangered the Varsity goal
Kneeling, 200 yards, rapid fire-Lee, by a nicely executed forward pass or
45; McIntyre, 35; Ahrens, 48; Hof- well-played line plunge.
strel, 24; Lockard, 35; Baker, 33; On the Varsity 15-yard line the first
Madier, 43; Pinney, 44; Decker, 21; team held the scrubs. The scrubs
Tucker, 32; Atlee, 37. then held the Varsity for two downs,
Prone, 300 yards, rapid fire-Lee, after which Barrett kicked 65 yards
49; McIntyre, 39; Ahrens, 34; Hof- in the air, which punt covered more
strel, 43; Lockard, 48; Atlee, 39. than 80 yards.
Prone, 300 yards, slow fire-Lee, 46;
McIntyre, 44; Ahrens, 34; Hofstrel, Specimens of Ancient Fish Received
34; Lockard, 38; Baker, 14; Maier, Five restoration models of ancient
38; Pinney, 36; Decker, 26; Tucker,
34; Atlee, 35 fish have recently been acquired by

TOLEDO STARS WILL PLAY HERE
Oster and Mack to Meet Players from
Toledo Tennis Club
Tennis followers will have their
last chance to see the university stars
in action this fall when Oster and
Mack will play an; exhibition match
with two representatives of the Toledo
Tennis club, Paul Voorheis and his
'partner, who will probably be Bryan
Thomas.
Voorheis was one of the finalists in
the Middle Bass tournament, being de-.
feated by Westenhaver, a former

Princeton player. Thomas was the
man who defeated Captain Crawford
in the match between the Toledo Ten-
nis club and the Michigan Varsity last
spring. The Toledo pair will meet
the university lads in both singles and
doubles.
Interclass Bowling League Starts
Bowling started in earnest last
night in the interclass league, when
the senior lits defeated the senior
laws in a close game by the total of
2367-2270. The sport was watched by
a good sized following of both classes.

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Schedule First Soccer Game for Today
Michigan meets Ypsilanti in the first
soccer football game of the season on
south Ferry field today. The game
will be called at 9:30 o'clock, and
from all indications a large part of
the crowd for the Cornell game will
be on hand to see Michigan play this
form of college sport.

the geology department from Ward's
Natural Science establishment in
Rochester, N. Y.
These carefully modeled specimer
represent the primitive type ci fiJ
life. This species is extinct, and any
model is extremely valuable. The
models will aid materially the stu-
dent's ability to appreciate fish of this
age.

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"We have met the enemy, and-"
If we beat Cornell, it may prove A.
Shock, but they'll keep Cool and Bar-
rett.
There are some who assert that at
4:30 Cornell's Red may develop to be
she blush of shame and humiliation.
We entertain nothing but compas-
sion for the poor fellow who has
bought five tickets for friends and
who gets this telegram at 12:00
o'clock: "Can't come. Sorry."
And on the other hand, pity the
poor lad that has to sit in the press
stand while some other fellow com-
placently conducts her thither and
proceeds to enjoy the game!
The gentleman that makes out those
score cards is the world's leading pes-
simist. He has allotted spaces for the
names of four Cornell players who
score touchdowns.
When this Shiverick starts to punt
before the game, it will be difficult to
convince the Michigan rooters that
he's only the sub kicker. The poor

fellow can't kick an inch over 60 or
70 yards.
Cornell rooters assert that their
line opens holes through which an ice
wagon can be driven. The Michigan
line can't, but then we arise to point
out that there aren't any ice wagons
in the Michigan backfield.
If Coach Sharpe is as grouchy an
individual as we found him to be last
Saturday when his team was winning,
should Cornell lose today we've con-
cluded that the readers of this noble
publication will have to rest content
with merely the good word from Coach
Yost. We aren't taking any unneces-
sary chances this late (or early) in
life.
Every year the Heston-Schulz tro-
phy is awarded to the football player
who has done the most to help the
Michigan team This column hereby
proposes for serious consideration the
name of O'Hearn, captain of last year's
Cornell team. He has helped Michi-
gan tremendously, for he went and
graduated from Cornell.

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