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VARSITY SCRIMMAGES
SCRUBS FOR LAST TIME
STEKETEE PLACE KICKS OVAL
FOR FIFTY YARDS OR
MORE
For the last time this season the
Varsity was pitted against the scrubs,
yesterday afternoon at Ferry field.
Practically every man on both squads
was given an opportunity to get into
the fray making the scrimmage one
of the most interesting of the year.
In the absence of Coach Yost, As-
sistant Douglass and Mitchell were in
charge of the workout. The hurry
up mentor was at Lafayette, Ind.,
watching the Maroons go through a
contest with the Purdue varsity.
Interesting Scrimmage
Scrimmage with the second string
bunch showed that they had a lot of
ight in them despite the fact' that
practically all of their best men had
been removed to the Varsity bunch.
It was no trouble at all for the Var-
sity to walk through their line yet'
the Chicago shifts that they worked,
gave the first string men some good
practice.
Smith, playing right end for the
scrubs, was injured during the scrim-
mnage for about the fourth time this-
season. Although a second string
man, he has been on the Varsity a
number of times, only to be forced
off because of injuries. Although not
severe, he received a bad cut, yester-
day.
Playing half back, Cruze, a first
string man proved a sensation during
the scrimmage, with a number of won-
derful dives through the line, netting
long gains. A 40 yard run made when
hie picked up a fumble, brought him:
a great deal of praise.
Perrin and Steketee did a little

THE VARSITY SQUAD
Cohn, Knode, Jordan, Gene-
bach, Morrison, Goetz, Perrin,
Walker, Dunne, Freeman, Vick,
Hunt, Clash, Steketee, Wilson,
Czyz, Karpus, Van Wagoner,
Carter, Henderson, Timchac,
Funk, Barnes, Hadden, Boville,
Olson, Lent, Fletcher, Scheidler,
Hauser, Lindstrom, Cruze, Cart-
wright, Adams, Hendershot,.
Lillis, Daniels, .Andrus.
These names were announced
yesterday, to make up the 1918
Varsity football Squad.
kicking just before the battle, the
former attempting drop kicks with
good results. Steketee practiced place
kicks and succeeded in putting they
oval through the bars from past the
middle of the field. The Grand Rap-
ids boy is becoming an expert kick-
er, promising to be one of the best
that Michigan has seen in years. He
repeated the practice performance
during the scrimmage, netting a goal..
Vick In Toledo
In the absence of Vick, the first
string center, Van Wagoner held down
the position. Vick, who is in the naval,
unit, obtained a leave of absence over
the week end., The big center has just
been fitted out with a new "gob" suit,;
and it is very probable that he wanted:
to show the folks back home what a
man in the service lo6ks like.
Following the scrimmage with the
second string bunch, the Varsity wat
split into two squads by Coach Doug-
lass, and scrimmaged together. In
this way, the men were given some
better practice because of the more
evenly balanced elevens. Carter ran
one of the teams while Genebach filled
the pilot position on the other.
Knode, the regular Varsity quarter,
is being given a rest from scrimmage.

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RESERVES
RED TO'

EITHER TRANSFER-
VARSITY OR GIVEN
LETTERS

Beginning tomorrow there will be
but one football squad at the Ftrry
field, and that is the Varsity bunch.
'he squad now numbers thirty-eight,
with the addition of five second string
men yesterday, while the remainder
of the scrubs have been told that they
need not report until next season.
Ranks Depleted
Because of the demands for line
men placed on the second string
bunch by Coach Yost, their ranks were
sadly depleted until their power of
furnishing opposition for the first
string bunch was very low. It was
therefore decided thattthe scrubs be
done away with, and that the Varsity
squad be split into two elevens when-
ever a scrimmage Is in order.
Andrus, Daniels, Lillis, Hendershot,
and Adams, were lucky chaps who
weretransferred to the Varsity. Dan-
iels was, formerly a member of the
Dartmouth freshman squad, and is
a very good man. The others are
also expgrts in the grid game.
To; Re dye '"
Seven of the scrubs are to be given
"R's" in recognition of their good
work. Hyde, Benson, Rosenfield,
Smith, Kerwin, Gogulski, andGeiger
make up the bunch. Hyde would have
been transferred to the Varsity, but
since he is not in the S. A. T. C., he
is Ineligible. Rosenfield, a smashing
line man, is also in the same fix.
Coach Mitchell, who was in charge
of the bunch, will now assist with
the Varsity squad.
SOCCER PRACTICE
TURNS UP STARS
With a score or_ more interested
persons watching them at their game,
-the Cosmopolitan football club, boost-
ing soccer as a school sport, held
their first practice yesterday at Fer-
ry field, with the heated scrimmage.
The squad, which is unofficial from
the standpoint of the University, is
made up of men of many different
nationalities. Natives of China, Can-
ada, South America, and a number of
other'countries are on-the team. Psai,
a star at the game, from Shanghai,
China, and Orr, a Canadian, are list-
ed as two; of the best men who re-
ported yesterday.
Preparations for the proposed con-
test with the Roses of Detroit will be
well under way during the coming
week. The Roses hold the state cham=
pionship and would give the Cosmo-
politan club team an interesting bat-
tle. Practice hours for the coming
week will be announced later. About
24 men reported for workouts yester-
day.

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T HERE is little room for non-essentials in modern war-

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And yet in every army camp

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The army chiefs reco-

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Its music

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military unit. Nerves at loose ends are composed through music,
and by that agency are flagging spirits revived
At home, these days, the stress of wartime speedingup is being
felt. National strategy extends to the field of business as well as
to the field of battle, and the resultant strain must be relieved if
victory is to be won.

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