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November 13, 1915 - Image 3

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Towsley, Eggert and Williams Only
Regulars Who May Not Last
Entire Game '
All-Fresh U. of Detroit
Wie nan ........ L. E........Brennan
Dunn...........L. T...........Voss
Hauser......... L. G. ... .....Steiner
Nasha... ........ C.....Me...... Long
Williams..... . . R. T........ Campbell
Peach.........R. E.........Bateson
Sparks.......... Q...........Marshke'
Hanish......... L. 1. . . Fitzgerald or
Reekie......... R. H...........Guiney.
Snyder.......... F. B......... Maloney
Aeferee--Frank Murphy.
Umpire--Elmer Mitchell.
Time of quarters, 15 minutes.
Game called at 1:30 o'clock.
Coach Douglass will send a confident
aggregation of pigskin tossers against
the University of Detroit this after-
noon. While a spirit of victory per-
vades every member of the freshmen,
they are looking for no easy opposi-
tion at the hands of Costello's hope-
All the regular yearling combination,
with the possible exceptions of Wil-
liams, Towsley and Eggert, are booked
as certain starters. The first two may
be in the lineup when the whistle
begins the contest, but neither is ex-
pected to last through the struggle.
"Jeff" Reekie will start at Eggert's
vacant place, as the coach wishes to
save the Youngstown boy as much as
Costello has had his men hard at

work all week in an attempt to per-
fect a defense against the fast-running
All-Fresh backs, and has also mus-
tered a brand new set of plays for this
particular occasion. The way the boys
have mastered these plays makes the
coach fveel that his men will put up
the stiffest sort of an argument against
the heavier Wolverine freshmen.
The contest will start at 1:30 o'clock,
which is the same time as the Mich-
igan-Pennsylvania game at Philadel-
phia. Reports from Franklin field will
be read to the stands during the prog-
ress of the game.
Expect Varsity to Make Good Showing
at Eastern Intercollegiate
Meet Next Week
In preparation for the Eastern In-
tercollegiate meet to be held a week
from today at Franklin, Mass., Mich-
igan cross-country runners will meet
this afternoon at Ferry field for the
elimination match. The six men cross-
ing the tape first will compose the
Michigan has one of the best teams
in her history this year and an All-
Fresh team that is developing some
fine Varsity material. Sporting pages
have not given much space to cross-
country running this fall, so predic-
tions as to the winning western teams
cannot be made. Of the eastern teams'
competing, Princeton is easily the fa-
All men who have done any cross-
country running at all should report
for the elimination math this after-'
noon, as handicaps will be made, giv-
ing everyone an equal chance. The'
six high men will be placed at scratch
and the others arranged according to
their ability. The race will commence
between the halves of the All-Fresh-
University of Detroit game.
The outcome of the race will large-
ly determine who will receive their
"C. C. C.'s" for this branch of fall
sports. First and second place men
will receive cups as a reward for their1
efforts, and to the three men making
the best time in the contest, another
set of cups will be given. -
Mau With Highest Score to Have the
Choice of Any Rifle
Six new rifles arriving this week
swelled the total number of guns avail-
able for the use of members of the)
Rifle club to 10, and with two govern-
ment rifles on their way the shooters
should not have to wait in line for
their turn at the butts. The addition
of several more rifles will be made
later on" in the year, these guns to be
for the exclusive use of the members
of the team.
A series of shoots will be held, to
be run off at the same interval and
under the same conditions, except
those of eligibility, as the intercolle-
giate matches. At the end of the year
the member of the club whose official
score, as registered in the different
shoots, is the highest will receive his
choice of the rifles in the club's pos-
Ten cents rents a good Eastman
Kodak, any size you want. Lyndon's,
719 N. University. octosat-sun

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('ork and (atit it Sia fo 'C i
While Taylor Plays a "tI'r
Game for J11niors
Scrimmaging after darkness had
fallen, the freshman and junior engi-
neering football teams played a 0-to-0
tie on south Ferry field yesterday aft-
ernoon. The most threatening situa-
tions in the game were those during
which attempts at field goals were
made from the 45-yard line, and none
of these came close enough to scoring
to cause either side any fear lest the
tie be broken.
(Cork and C'artwright did some good
work for the freshman aggregation,
the left half being fast on the field,
and the latter, the fullback, being a
strong man through the line on of-
fense, and particularly noticeable in
defense for the manner in which he
picked off interference. Taylor gets
all the glory for the juniors, being the
man who tried their field goals, as
well as the person who kept the fresh-
men in their place with his long punts.
In preparation for their game with
the soph lits, the junior lits were down
on the field yesterday taking a long
workout, with emphasis on drop-kick-
ing and punting. The winner of to-
day's game will be the team to survive
the final elimination, and will get a
last swipe at the numerals.
The senior laws ran through an un-
satisfactory practice, fumbles and fail-
ure to remember signals being the
chief drawback to the smooth running
of their squad. The lawyers have a
heavy line, however, and with this ad-
vantage may be able to push a victory
over on the senior lits in this morn-
ing's game.
The following games are scheduled
to start on south Ferry field at 9:00
o'clock this morning: Dents vs. senior
engineers, senior laws vs. senior lits,
soph lits vs. junior lits. The referees
for the games will be Armstrong,
Raynsford and Dorrance, respectively.


J a cksonH. S. vs. Ann Arbor H. S.
High School Athletic Field (Near Weinberg's)
T dy20 P. M.
ilchigan-Penn. Came,
Will be reported at the Field, play by play
Jackson held Grand Rapids Central 10to 10
Ann Arbor has defeated every Michigan Team


Wayne, penn. the daily mite have had no man at the
Friday nite game, but Yost made him move quick
Dear Put, and it onely broke my watch cristal.
Well, put, i have finally arrove in I ast rehor for the money to fix it and
filly, and I will cover tomorrow's he onely lawfed, and it made me sore
game for the mich. daily and, it has and I would have walloped him but I
not cost me lc, and i am 2 bits ahead, don't want to injure none of the men
becaws yesterday when boyd compton just before a big game.
dropped 1 of them quarters it come Tell mike McKinney I will be in the -
rite under the seat I was hideing un- press stand and will rite all that hap-
der and I put it in my pocket and pens and who makes the touchdowns
stuck a plug one on the floor and he and all about the band and the sailurs
did not know no differene, so i am 2 aad the crowd and also who wins. He 1
bits ahead all rite. need not worry none, Put, and you
I thot i would make a bet on the please tell. him.
mich. team with it and I walked up to Maulie just come up and ast me for
a guy in this here hotel and said I another stamp. Honest, put that guy c
aum from the U. of mich, and would ought to get a job in the post office v
you like to bet on this here game when he gets thru college and then r
what will be played mich. vs penn and he will not have to trouble no one for
he said yes i'will bet you 50 and he his blamed stamps.
pulled out a roll of bills what you see I and Yost and Cochran have just
in banks at closing time and I said been having a long talk with this guy p
oh did you mean dollars, and he said Weske. We was afraid he mite be t
what did you think i meant, huh, may- nervus since he aint played in no big 2
be pumpkins? But he did not mean games, but I guess he will be alrite f
pumnpkins at all, Put, as how could now. I and yost done most of the c
any 1 guy carry around 50 pumpkins talking and every thing is o k. He v
I should like to know, and it was is playing agin a big greek named n
onely some joke i guess becaws ger- Dorias what is one of the strongest I
many schulz and buzz Catlett lawfed guys in the world, but I give Wesks I
and the guy beat it quick. He saw to understand that there was plenty I
germuny was 1 of my friends and that of subs waiting if he should get killed
there would be no monkeying or he and he seems al rite now.
mite bust some 1 on the jaw and it Well, Put, this will reach you for
would be good nite jaw as this here sat's paper and Sunday I will tell all
schulz aint no feather wait as you about the game. I and the team will
remember from seeing him on ferry be home monday and if i aint you can
field and he ain't tooken off no wait know I am either in jail or the hos-
since he left a. a. either. pital or on the battleship mich. so
I had an awful ride under the seat, long Put, and give my best to mike.
and 1 time this here big Rehor sat yrs. truly,
down in the seat and but for mr. Yost HAL.
Lyceum Club Initiates New Members Calls Columbia's Action Hypocritical
At a meeting of the Lyceum club New York, Nov. 12.--W. E. A. Bulke-
held yesterday afternoon the following ley, of the Trinity College Ath-
were initiated: Joseph R. Cotton, '16; letic assiciation has characterized the
E. M. Wisdom, grad.; N. E. Pinney, the action of Holy Cross and Columbia
'16; george C. Claassen, '17L, and Mrs. as hypocritical. Each of these institu-
Lucile Pryer, '16. Following the in- tions refused to send a team against 1
itiation, which took place in the rooms Trinity eleven as long as the Hart- 1
of the oratory department, a business ford boys kept Professional George I
meeting was held. Brickley in the line-up.

When you can Jurist, State.
Hear a Man like Schoa
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