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VARSiTY SUBBA CKS
RING UP 20 POINTS

bored on the Wolverines' blocking all
through the afternoon. This depart-
ment of the game will be one of the
subjects for emphasis in the two days
remaining before the M. A. C. game.
In the scrimmage Ingham and Hild-
ner were at ends, Boyd and Watson
at tackles, Cochran and Millard at
guards, and Niemann at center. When
scrimmage was called off, and the
men started to run through signals,
a few shifts were made. In the back-

Catlett Ges Away With
ers; Interference and
Emphasized

Two Thrill-
Blocking

OSTER WINS WAY TO
RACQUET SEMI-FINALS
Steketee, Switzer and Mack Also Take
Matches With Comparatively
Little Trouble
By defeating Codd in the fourth
round of the fall tennis tourney. Oster
won the right to play in the semi-final
round, which will take place tomor-
row afternoon. The match was not

CLASS TEAMS "PREPARE
FOR SATURDAY CONTESTS
Intramural Office Will Appoint the
Officials i an Effort to Avoid
Trouble Over Decisions

LAWRlE N'CE SENT VaIllST LETTER
Taking of Towels Considered Here as
Ordiary College Praik
Director Bartelme of the Athletic
association states that the athletic au-
thorities here wrote to Lawrence col-
lege in regard to the disappearance

N FI' 1"PPtd'TAT Q R FOR M'_A C'_ CiAMI'

Four teams were out practicing for of towels from the field house only
intramural football yesterday in prep- after they had received a letter from

field Maulbetsch replaced Catlett at
With a backfield of second string half, and Roehm took the place of
I Zeiger at quarter. Benton went in
men tho Varsity scored 20 points on at end, and Reimann played at tackle
the Reserves in yesterday afternoon's instead of Boyd.
scrimmage. In the meantime the Re- Catlett is such a valuable man that
serves could not push across a single he seems to be worrying Coach Yost.

aration for Saturday's games on south
Ferry field. There are four games
scheduled for Saturday, and with the
exception of the pharmics, dents and

counter on the Varsity.
The second string backs were a ca-
pable crowd, Catlett, Raymond, Eber-
wein and Zeiger being numbered thus.
What has -been the first string back-
field--Manlbetsch, Benton, Smith and
Itoehm-threatens to be disrupted, for
Coach Yost is consistently using Ben-
ton at end in signal practice.
In yesterday's practice Catlett fur-
niished his usual number of thrills,
completing two of them by breaking
away for touchdowns. Each of these
two scores sprang from end runs b
"Buzz," and since he felt in good
shape it was a simple matter for him

The exact cause of worry seems to
be the place at which "Buzz" shall
play. After he had been tried out
at half on the first team in the scrim-
mage, he was shifted to quarterback,
which job he held on the second team
during its signals.
Michigan was not much pleased
with the officials of the last game,
and a new set has been engaged to,
act in the M. A. C. contest. H. B.
Hackett, of the Army, will be referee;
J. C. Holderness, of Lehigh, will be
umpire; Anthony Haines, of Yale,
will act as field judge, and Leigh
lxnch7 of. Brown. will be head lines -

to romp through the Reserves forU m,
scores. -man.
The third touchdown came from*
Zeiger, who directed the Varsity while Prospects Bright for Soccer Football
it scrimmaged. Captain Cochran With 18 experienced soccer football
counted the other two points by kick- men already on the lists'of Intramural
ing goal, the third try being omitted, Director Rowe, prospects for this
as Coach Yost called scrimmage off year's squad seem bright. Regular
immediately after the last touchdown. practices will be held each afternoon
Michigan's interference has been on south Ferry field, and a tentative
far below what Coach Yost thinks, squad will be picked in a week or
should be the standard, and he la- tev days.

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as close as was expected, as the loser the junior engineers all of those
was considerably off his game. teams slated to play have been work-
Oster started with a rush and kept ing regularly.
it up throughout the first set, his op- Seven numeral men were out for
ponent .being unable to take a game the junior lits yesterday, three out of
throughout the set and not being able five of last year's backfield men be-
to force Oster to a deuce game. Os- ing among them. Although the line
ter's game was equally as even and is somewhat broken and changed, the
accurate as when he walloped Cap- J-lits have plenty of new material to
tam Crawford on Tuesday. His deep- fill up the hole, especially when all
court strokes were well placed and of their eligibles come out. Practice
his net game was fast and decisive. 1in running down under punts, block-
Paul Steketee played a good game 'ing, tackling, and calling signals was
and was able to defeat his namesake, indulged in yesterday.
Eugene, in two sets. To one who is Another team which gives promise
not used to playing a slow and pre- of strength is the senior engineer ag-
cise game it would be a hard game to gregation. Over eleven men were out
follow, and there are doubts as to and the eligibility list numbers 25.
whether "Jack" Switzer will be able While not so heavy, the engineers are
to defeat Steketee in this afternoon's fast and quick on forward passing.
contest. Several new men reported for work
Switzer and Mack had little trouble with the senior lits, who had ten can-
in disposing of their opponents, both didates on the field, signal practice
men winning by large scores. Sher- being held.
wood and Ohlmaker had each won a Officials for the class games will
set when they were forced to stop be appointed by the intramural office
because of darkness. The match will in an effort to avoid any trouble over
be finished this afternoon. decisions caused in the past by al-
The results of yesterday's matches lowing the different classes to select
were as follows: P. Steketee defeated their own officials. By this method it
E. Sticketee, 6-3, 6-4; Switzer defeated is hoped that favoritism toward the
Crockett, 6-0, 6-3; Mack defeated Beal, classes on the part of the officials will
6-2, 6-1; Oster defeated Codd, 6-0, 6-2. be eliminated and no question of le-
It will be . necessary to finish the gality raised.
round today and the semi-finals to- Managers inust have eligibility lists
morrow, leaving Saturday for the last in and physical examination of men
round: reported before games.
FOLLOWING THE YOST-MEN

Lawrence. The Lawrence letter ex-
tended an apology for the action of
some of their men who walked off
with the towels, and asked for a bill
so that the University of Michigan
Athletic association could be recom-
pensed.
In reply to this letter the Michigan
athletic authorities sent a letter in
which they said that such occurrences
were common and were looked upon
in the light of "college pranks." It
was announced that some of the Law-
rence men took the towels as souve-
nirs, and the University of Michigan
considered the matter as closed.
CORNELL SE COMNS WITH PLAYS
OF IIARVARDG ET FOUR SCORES
Ithaca, N. Y., Oct. 20.-The Cornell
Varsity was considerably shaken in
its complacency when it was ripped
up by the scrubs today. - The second
string men made repeated gains and
the ball was in their hands most of
the time. The Harvard style of play
was used, and by this means the
scrubs scored four touchdowns. Shock
made a number of good gains. The
Varsity seemed unable to fathom the
plays at first, but toward the finish
they were playing in good form.

ATHLETIC DIRECTORS MEET
Make Final Arrangements for M. A. C
Game Pep Generator
Discussion of the mass meeting to
be held on Friday evening as a pep
generator for the M. A. C. game occu
pied most of the time at the meeting
of the board of directors of the ath
letic association yesterday evening
Arrangements as to speakers and
ticket distribution were completed, as
explained in another column of this
issue.
The only other business whichcame
to the attention of the board was the
resignation of Kirk White, '17, as as
sistant baseball manager. His with
drawal was permitted on the ground
that he is now holding a salaried po
sition qn a student publication, which
makes him ineligible to hold the as
sistantship.
FII S IITAKE LIGHT PRACTIC
Next Game, With Heidelberg Univer
sity, Nine Days Away
With their next game, the contes
with Heidelberg university, at Tiffii
O., still nine days ahead, the All
Fresh moleskin men are taking thing
comparatively easy these days, a
both the Varsity and the reserves ar
busy figuring out what will happen
on Saturday. No scrimmage was hel
yesterday by the yearlings, Douglas
preferring to let the squad rui
through stiff signal practice rathe
than have his men go into any rough
work. There will probably not b
much scrimmaging' until the first a
the week, as the coach is running nc
risks of any of his players going stale

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Jaulbetsch Over For a Score

Roehm In Action Against Case

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Rumors say the Michigan men may
be numbered Saturday. It is an ex-
cellent plan.
"Peat Michigan!" is the Aggies'
slogan. No one objects to it-as a
slogan.
"Pat," "Dutch," "Maullie"! Roehm
read this over and then concluded
that he is absolutely neutral.
Coach Macklin says he wants to
beat Michigan, as this may be his last
year at M. A. C. Honestly now, "Mac,"
is that the only reason?
The sight of an M. A. C. team minus
Julian will be a welcoipe relief and
a joy to Michigan rooters. Julian is
a fine boy personally, but he always

used to gain a lttle bit too much
ground and make too many tackles.
"Hal" Smith announced last night
that all Michigan rooters should sit
in the north stand instead of in the
south, as has been the custom this
year. M. A. C. will hold forth in the
concrete stand, and the Michigan root-
ing section will be in the, middle of
the north bleacher.
A dispatch from -Lansing says that
Captain Blake Miller is still terribly
worried over the wretched showing
his team made last Saturday. Poor
fellow! His mates only rolled up the
modest, unassuming and meagre 'total
of some 56 points. Shameful, wasn't
it, Blake?

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