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October 23, 1918 - Image 3

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woldU ha~~ Ive een t a totlU l~sat the
hands of the Yostmen. Luck is again
with them this week, as the clever
pilot has received his discharge from
the S. A. T. C. infirmary of the school
and is back on the squad.
Will Arouse Interest
From a Michigan standpoint, the
Northwestern-Aggie game will be
watched with a great deal of interest
because the results of it will probably
affect the Michigan-Northwestern con-
test on Nov. 2 at Ferry field. On that
day, Coach Yost's proteges will meet
the purple warriors.
Despite the fact that the M. A. C.-
Wolverine contest wasn't played last
Saturday, athletic authorities are not
giving up hopes of it not being played
this year, but instead are working to
sandwich it in at some later date.;
Should their efforts fail, it will be for
.the first time in seven years, that the
state rivals have not met.-
K.P. or K. A?"
Inquires S.A. T.C
"K. P., Beautiful K. P.," is the title
of the song a number of the men in
the S. A. T. C. are singing to while
away their spare hours in the mess
hail instead of attending classes,
The job of K. P., otherwise known
as "litchen police," is the variety of
housework "siB" used to do down'
home, Sis was sure a bear at that
kind of stuff. Poor "bro" neglected
to take the hints sis used to give
freely, and now many of the boys
wish they had taken a kindergarden
course in kitchen mechanics.
It is ,the most natural thing in the
world. and just like. "taxes and
death," it can not be avoided, for it is
meted out to the poor rookie who dis-
obeys a rule some "fool' sergeant laid
In case any reader does not under-
stand fully what the K. P. duties are
it might be well to elucidate a trifle.
Dishes, piles of dishes, and'some more
dishes greet the K. P.'er at every
meal. His job is to clean them. The
kitchen mechanic wonders why his S.
A. T. C. brothers must devour the
grub on this uneventful day he is on
for K. P.
"Why can't the bunch lay .Off on
shoveling grub today?" he queries
himself. "Oh, if only a pair of blue
eyes were here to consols me while
I ran these dishes with this old rag,"
And so he dreams when the K. P.
waves tap.upon hiseardrums.

Yostmen Given Peppery
Hurry-up Coach But
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Second String Men Fight
First Bunch Some

Hard Giving1

With nothing but hopes in sight for
a battle,. Saturday, Coach Yost, never-
theless put his football team through4
a stiff scrimmage yesterday afternoont
on Ferry field, in which the Varsity -
won from to3e scrubs by a large score.
The first team backfield was working
well, romping, almost unhindered,
down the field, across the goal line,
to one touchdown after another.
Dunne Going Strong
The line, under perpetual tutorage,
has developed into seven good for-
wards. Althongh they still lack much
of the needed fight, they are working
with a will and appear to be gaining
power steadily. Dunne at end is one
of the finds of the year. He is already{
considered by Coach Yost to be the
equal of his older brother, Bull Dunne,
who was considered one of the best
ends in this section in/ 1916. His
ability to go around behind and grab
the opposing halves going towards
the other extremity, is remarkable.
He is also good at handling long
Vick, another freshman, is also es-
pecially good. He is now being used
at center by the Varsity mentor, and
his pet stunt at this position is to
dive for his opponent the minute he
passes the ball, continually catching
the man opposite him before it is
realized that the play has started. He
is a scrapper, one of the few in the line,
and can open up holes for the backs
to go through.
Freeman and Timchad were used at
the guards during the scrimmage and
both played good games. Timchac has
ben used at this position before, but
never has his work showed the class
it did yesterday. Freeman also show-
ed more aggression, and outplayed the
guard opposite him at all features of
the game.

The injury will probably not'inter-
fere with his running this fall, as
formerly he has recovered from sim-
iliar wrenches in a short time. He
bad to leave the drill field yesterday
afternoon, however, and suffered sev-
ere pain.
Johnson is in charge of short dis-
tance runners, trying out for track
this fall. The hundred, two-twenty,
low and high hurdles and high and
broad jumpers being, under his super-
vision. His record made in track last
spring, was one of the most remark-
able ever made by a Michigan track-
man, and his loss through such an in-
jury would be most severely felt.
Great Lakes to Have Football
Great Lakes, Ill., Oct. 22.-Four
new football fields, 160 feet in width
and 300 feet long, will be built at the
Great Lakes Naval Training Station
to accommodate the needs of the regi-
mental football league.
Capt. William A. Moffett, the com-
mandant, is greatly interested in ath-
letics and appealed to the "gobs" to
volunteer their services in construct-
ing the new gridirons.
New arrivals in Winter Millinery at
very special prices at the New Millin-
ery Parlors. Open Tuesday evenings.
618 Packard.-Adv.
Daily want ads bring results.
The Students' Directory asks
alldfraternities and sororities
send in a . list of members to-
gether with house address and '
telephone numbers. Mail lists
immediately to Department A,
Students' Directory, Press build-



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Carl Johnson, trackman, wrenched
his back slightly while playing one of
the exercise games given the various OR
companies of the S. A. T. C., during
His back has been weak for some tiL5e,4
.and every now and then gives him PHONE294
trouble. The cause of the injury was 213 E. LIBER'TY ST.
a fall as a result of a slip, while run-
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Samples of Merchant Marine Needs 2,000 1ren
(IS Pencils
Erasez sent Washington, Oct. 22.-The merchant
marine has called for 2,000 men to
. cr ;work as firemen, in order to make
good the normal number of men. The
. Ideficiency was caused' by influenza.
. Cf.r! The shipping board has issued the call
for men from 18 to 35 years of age,'
and weighing at least 140 pounds.



Goetz Only Veteran
Goetz, the only veteran being used
regularly in -the line, since the injury
of Fortune, displayed his experience
last evening. Because of his good
work, the backs were able to drive
through for many of their long gains,
which resulted in touchdowns.
Cohn was not out for the practice,
he taking a much needed rest. Neither
was Fortune present. The latter's
injury is almost well, and it is prob-
able that he will be back in the line-
up shortly. His long rest, however,
has caused him to get slightly out of
condition, and he will have to work
hard to round into shape to get into
the lter games of the year.
Football Star Made Director at Camp
Camp Dodge, Ia., Oct. 22. - John
Van Liew of Des Moines, forpmer Grin-
nell (Iowa) college footbail star, has
been made athletic director at this
cantonment, succeeding Lieutenant
Rothe, who was in charge temporari-
ly after Captain John L. Griffith was
transferred to Camp Gordon, Ga. Van
Liew has been football- mentor at Des
Moines East High School.
Former Boxer Strong for Uncle Sam
Great Lakes, Ill., Oct. 22. - Pal
Moore, the Memphis bantamweight,
now a "gob" at the Great Lakes Nav-
al Training Station, is living up to his
navy reputation as "Patriotic Pal."
The little boxer's subscription to the
fourth liberty loan was $500.-He has
subscribed to each bond issue in addi-
tion to investing freely in thrift and
war saving stamps.
Former Big Ten Star Now Captain
Minneapolis, Minn., Oct. 22. -
Friends of Elbert Baston, the former
University of Minnesota football cap-
tain and well known athletic star in
the "Big Ten," were elated by the an-
nouncement that he has been promot-
ed to captain in the Marine Corps.
Baston had been a first lieutenant.
He was wounded at Chateau Thierry,
ibut expects soon to be back in the fir-
ing line.





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Women's Athletic Association to Meet
At the first meeting of the Wom-
en's Athletic association held on Mon-
day afternoon it was decided to hold
the regular meetings on the first
Thursday of each month at 6:45
o'clock, at the home of Miss Marion
Wood, 1215 Hill street. There will
be a special meeting this evening to
fill the vacancy of the vice-president,
Dorothy Williams, '19. All members
are urged to be present.

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