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Soph Lits Have Strenuous Practice to
Scrubs Use Pennsylvania Formations Philadelphia, Pa., Nov. 10.-With the Prepare for Today's Game
Against Tarsity in end of the season but several weeks With Seniors
Practice away, the Pennsylvania football world
Tawas startled today with the retire- One game on the old schedule was
SQ1CA.t TO HALT AT WAYrNE, PA. en playedystrybewnthsnir
ment of George Brooke as head coach yesterday between the senior
Coach Yost concluded work on Ferry of the Quaker team. and the soph engineers, the new chart
field for the Varsity squad yesterday Dissatisfaction with the way the going into effect today. The game was
afternoon, when he staged a signal team has played this year, and the close and hard fought, but the honors
drill and an exhibition of Pensyl belief that this falling off is due in went to the seniors, the final score
vanea plays, with the scrubs employ-
ing the Quaker formations. large part to Brooke, led the athletic standing 7-0. The other teams were
It was a leht drill and the men authorities to grant the head coach's putting the finishing touches on their
wet, excused at 5:00 o'clock. The request for rdtirement, even though signals for the games today and those
scrnbs had the ball all during the hia cora t iunderstood, has one to come during the week.
tima they wcre on the big field, and year more to run. In the first quarter of yesterday's
no account v as kept of downs. In Toicial aoucent f hi game the seniors scored easily after
fact, the play was confined to one position was couched in the following Caswell and Bleekman had carried the
small portjon of the field, te ball rterms: "Coach Brooke is excused from ball down the field by long end runs
being brought -back when it moved furthr yea t th otgal to the soplfs three-yard line, from
very far away. fild this year." It has been thought where Headman plunged over for the
Thefolowng 4 en orcleth trp;during the entire year that Brooke was only tally of the game. Caswell
The following 24 men made the trip-: sure to go sooner or later, but no one kicked goal, totaling the seven pis
Captain Cochran, Maul betsch, Bastian, points.
Catlett. Dunne, Watson, Staatz, Rei- suspected that he would not last the After they had been scored on, the
mann, Whalen, Millard, Norton, Zeiger, se ut. He ad csierabd tr sophs took a decided brace and held
Sm ith, Raymond, Calvin, Hildner, with theteam last year,and there their opponents scoreless for the re-
Howe, Warner, Sharpe, Niemann, Re- s on at the cose f he s- maining three-quarters. Both lines
oson when the squad asked for his dis- were strong on defense and, barring
The squad left Ann Arbor for To- the first quarter, neither team made
ledo, where they switch over and go C at wanris was so any considerable gain through line
scrubs last week, and this was sup-plne.Tesiobakedhdte
straight through to Philadelphia. The Posed to have sounded Brooke's down- plunges. The senior backield had the
Michigan authorities have made ar- pose. the o unde thd edge on the sophomores, and their in-
rangements to stop in Wayne, which fal T he mwll go o asset- terference on end runs was especially
is just outside of the city. The team ag ofhesmall arm of assisg effective. Meibeyer at right end for
4s just outide of theant coaches who have been helping tespssardi raigu h
will probably stay there until Just be- the sophs starred in breaking up the
fore the game on Saturday, when Brooke out. No head coachwill be senior interference, and was respon-
appointed for the remainder of the
Coach Yost and "Germany" Schulz will sible on several occasions for the se-
usheryear, according to reports.
usher their charges into the sleepiest niors' failure to score. Neither team
Ross and Williams will not play in tidmr hnoeo w ass
town in the world and on out to Frank the Michigan game, due to injuriestwo passes,
Tin field, where the Pennsylvanians do suffered in the Dartmouth battle last while Headman failed to goal fr'om
business. Wayne is a nice, quiet, week. Miller will be drawn back from field during the second quarter. The
harmless little place, with nothing to end to play fullback in Williams' place game ended after dark.
excite the temperamental athletes, and but it is not known who will play the In preparation for today's game with
the coach figures that in this way he half position. the senior lits, the soph lits held a
ought to throw his team into the game long signal practice yesterday after-
in the pink of condition. noon. The second-year men expect
Probably nothing in the nature of RIFLE CLUB MEN TO FINISH this to be their hardest contest, and
practicing will hold forth tomorrow, LAST OF OUTDOOR SHOOTING have made the best possible use of
but on Friday afternoon the squad will their time. Manager Cleary has given
workout on the St. Luke high school Rifle club members intending to fin~ the team several good trick plays
field, ish the qualification shoot on the 500 which are expected to baffle the senior
The coach kept "Morrie" Dunne and 600-yard courses will meet on the aggregation and prove excellent
working on punting yesterday, as the militia range Friday afternoon, where ground-gainers.
end will be forced to do the kicking Intramural Director Rowe will super- The soph backfield can be classed
with Benton missing. "Morrie" was Intend the finishing of the course. This as second to none possessed by any of
booting the ball all afternoon, and was will be the last chance for outdoor the class teams. Edwards is an ex-
also taking shots at a few place kicks. shooting for some time, as the cart- ceptional man for hitting the line,
In addition to Coach Yost and Schulz, ridges granted by the government are while Frick, Watts and Perry are all
the squad will be accompanied by all gone. Indoor shooting will be con- above the average when it comes to
Trainer Farrell and Clarence, the rub- tinued, as the new backstops have ar- running around the ends or dodging
ber. A trip without Clarence would rived and have been put into commis- through a broken field. Champion's
be no trip at all, and the coach isn't son.- ability to get off long punts was suf-
overlooking anything. Manager Comp- ficiently demonstrated in the two
ton is also with the team and will Ypsi Contest Will End Soccer Season games already played by the team.
have charge of distributing the pen- Michigan's Varsity soccer team will Several other teams were out yes-
nies until Mr. Bartelme arrives Satur- not play 'more than one additional terday. The J-lits held only a light
day morning, game this season. The team goes to workout, as they are not expecting
The coach announced last night that Ypsilanti on November 20, when it much trouble from the fresh lits in
the following scrubs would make the j clashes with the Normal aggregation. today's game. They are anxious to
trip: Johnson, Biber, Kohr, Burney, The athletic office has not been able have the soph lits beat the seniors,
Bixer, Brandell, Brazell, Thompson, to secure any games with either Battle since in case of their victory over the
Adams, Cohen, Pobanz, Scorling, Die- Creek or with the Detroit "Y," as the' freshmen they have hopes of getting
derus, Ewart, Loucks, Hendershot, former has disbanded its team, and a chance to beat out the seniors for.
Schultz, Igham, Wickham and Huss. the latter has no team at all. second place in the lit department.

All-Fresh Face Hard Contest Against
Costello's Squad; Injured
List Largej
Signal practice was the only kind of
football which Douglass would allow
his cohorts to indulges in yesterday,
and this lasted but a short time, the
team being sent to the clubhouse long
before darkness fell upon the gridiron.
Extreme doubts are entertained asj
to whether the freshmen will hold an-
other scrimmage this season, for the
reason that seven members of the first
team are more or less crippled. Tow-
sley is the latest addition to the ranks
f the incapacitated, the big guard hav-
ing obtained a bad sprain of his ankle
during the course of Monday's tussle
with the reserves, and he, too, is among
the doubtful starters in the last con-
test of the season. Most of the other
cripples were out for duty yesterday,
but are not in the pink ofcondition.
Douglass is not expecting an easy
contest with Detroit by any means.
While it is true that the Ypsi. peda-
gogues smothered Costello's aggrega-

Appointed by Board to Fill Vacancy
Left by Kirk White, '17
Edward F. Walsh, '17, has been ap-
pointed by the board of directors of
athletics as assistant baseball man-
ager. Walsh was one of the defeated
candidates for the office last spring.
The appointment was made by the
board to fill the vacancy left on the
baseball committee by the resignation
of Kirk White, '17.
Official Freshman Hercules to be De-
termined by Gym Director
Two candidates for official strong
man of the yearling class are under
the surveillance of Dr. George A. May,
director of Waterman gymnasium. No
regular tryouts have been held, and
as yet the records have not been ex-
amined with the purpose of determin-
ing who are likely to be in line for the
honor of being the freshman Hercules.
It is possible that tryouts will be
held in the near future for all- those
who aspire to the honor of being rated'
this year's husky. Just what the na-
ture of the tryout will be remains to
be decided upon, but will probably

Varsity Mentor to Quit Football for
Good When Michigan Days
Are Over
In denial of a story to the effect that
he will coach the Yale eleven next
year, Coach Fielding H. Yost of the
Michigan Varsity said last night that
when he leaves Michigan football he
will leave all football.
According to the report which came
from the east, the Michigan mentor is
in a fair way to leave the Michigan
team as a result of murmurings of dis-
approval. Further feeling such as has
-been shown and a liberal financial of-
fer were the two factors represented
as necessary to the completion of-the
arrangements between Yost and Yale.
Director Bartelme also denied the
story, saying that Yost had not yet
given any notice of withdrawal from
the verbal contract he has with Mich-
Seats - 0

tion 47-0, and that Heidelberg downed Iconsist in the usual chinning, dipping
the same outfit 30-0, the number of and weight-lifting as well as grip tests
cripples in the yearling camp is not and other trials of the same character.
helping the mentor to wear a continual
smile. The Detroit team has not for-
gotten the 32-0 defeat which Dunn, Dancing classes and private lessons
Smith, the Schultz brothers, et al., at the Packard Academy.
handed them last season, and with the
freshman squad in their weakened A full line of Hawaiian Victor Rec-
condition they are bound to make a ords can now be had at Grinnell Bros.'
great fight against the undefeated new Music House, 116 South Main street.
men. Phone 1707.

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