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TEST

OF

of the first string line men. For the
first time, the Chicago formations
were put into running light againvt
the Varsity. The scrubs used them
almost exclusively, netting good gains
toward the first of the play. Later,
however, the line of the Varsity with-
stood the puzzling Chicago style of
attack.
Heretofore, the scrubs have been
going through the Maroon formations
at a slow pace, that the Michigan
mentor might plan a defense for them.'
With more practice, the hop skip
and jump method of Coach Stagg will
be useless against the Michigan line.
Jordan -Injured

ntratea preparation
ame 'of the season
by Coach Yost for
Ity gridders. Prac-
e coming week will

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'nd Jordan, promising quarterback on
er the Varsity, was knocked unconscious
bs during the practice last night when
yle he made a flying tackle. The game lit-
tle quarter downed his man but was

MAROONS TO DEPEND
UPON TEAM W OR K
Team play is to be the main forte of
the Maroon squad this year according
to reports from the Chicago camp.
The Maroon mentor, claiming hard
luck has hit his squad, is working
hard to bring it into tip top shape
for the coming Michigan clash.
There isn't .a single individual star
in the whole squad, yet Stagg has been
able to bring his men to a point of
precision upon which he will depend
to make a good showing against the
Wolverines.
Stagg's team will meet Purdue td-
day, at Lafayette. Although, the con-
test is with a much smaller school,
the Indiana college usually has a
good team, and from the result of this
contest, the strength of the Maroons
can be estimated. It will be watched
with interest by Michigan fans.
West Point Graduates 510Lieutenants
West Point, N Y., Nov. 1.-The 1920
and 1921 classes at West Point were
graduated yesterday, supplying the
army with 510 more lieutenants. The
present fourth class, which entered
last. summer will be graduated next
June. At the same time a new class
which enters today, will graduate.

SGiveHuns 'ore
War-Says F risioe
In a letter to John R. Effinger, dean
of the literary college, from Lieut.
Charles J. Frisbie, '16, statistical of-
ficer connected with the administra-
tion of the prison camps in France,
are described some of the sights that
may be seen at the front and how the
talk about an armistice is received
by the American soldiers. His let-
ter says in part:
"I have moved up toward the front
now. The cannon roar, and at night
up in the north there is a regular
"feu d'artifice." Barrage fuses shoot
up into the air, shrapnel burst in the
air followed by the streams of light

GO TO

HUR RY

HUR

which search the sky for enemy
planes. The old story written time
and'time again, but wonderful only to
the eye.
"Prisoners are coming to us by the
thousands, that is our reply to the
armistice of the central powers. They
are, I think trying to play a cute
game with us. They refused
to listen to the folly of their,
refused to listen to the folly of their
undertaking before, and now-well,
everyone here wishes that the Pres-
ident will be firm. The Germans
should get what they wanted to give.
None of us want to quit. We'll touch-
down, for we have the ball, and we
don't want the referees to stop the
game before."
Frisbie received his commission in
the adjutant general's department

Lois I. Townley, '15, who
to pass through the town wI
stationed.
SOCCER FOOTBALL FANS
HOLD FIRST PRACTIC]
First practice for the Cos
football club of the Universit
held at Ferry field this after
o'clock. Candidates wishin
out for the soccer team are
report then. Should the fil
lifted before next Saturday,
will play the Roses of Detr
In case of rain this aftern
didates for the team are asl
port at the University Y. M
2:30 o'clock.

The Mayer-Schairer.

sty

Get one of those
And Ask to See

the nicago- .
'ette, Ind., to-
ew stuff the
,tagg, has de-
e effect that
s been great-
s of some of

knocked out as a result. His first
words when he came to were: "Did I
njake it?" He was sent off the field,
but will be at practice today.
Goetz, playing at the tackle position
received quite a wallop during the
course of sci'humage resulting in some
of the fast tackle's teeth, being knock-
ed- lose from his jaws. A. plunge
through the line also netted him a
badly bunged nose. It is thought
that it is broken.

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Take a look at your team,
Michigan! The Varsity and
Scrub squads !are to meet in a
scrimmage this afternoon, that
promises to be as good as some
games.r
All members of, the Varsity
and second squads are to be on
the field in uniform 'by 2 o'clock.
Why not go out and watch them
work-root for them while they
are at it-cheer 'em up, that's
the idea.
Let's go,. Michigan.

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Is There a Difference in Unitorms?
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MISCELLANEOUS
WANTED-All voters to realize that a
congressman is not giving the Pres-
ident real support if he criticises
and holds up administration bills
for months and then votes for them
because he dares not vote against
them. The President needs real sup-
port. Congresman Beakes has giv-
en it. Re-elect him.--Political ad-
vertisement.
WANfED--For the asylum for feeble
minded, voters who believe that any
green, untried congressman could
possibly give President Wilson as
effective support as a veteran like
Congressman Beakes. Re-elect Con-
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