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VARSITY MADE UP
rom EVERY SERVICE

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SPORTS

Intramural

Readquarters Gives no Word on Corps
No information has yet been re-
ceived from the central army head-
quarters at Chicago, regarding the in-
duction of the engineer's reserve
corps into the S. A. T. C. Nothing
definite can be done until proper or-
ders come through military chan-
nels.

The grades of engineering
for the past five weeks are 1
ported to Secretary Hopkin
This system is being used in
the "Mentor" cards. The ma
A. T. C. men will be particu
ticed. The reports will not
plete before the end of next

551 MISM
iLIKE BLUFF

r Says Stagg's
Win, But Is
Strong

Team

IN AND CENTER ARE'
NTERANS WHO WILL PLAY
Are Placed on stegemna, Toe
tist Who Has Been Do-.
voloped
By W. V. Morgenstern
EdItor of the Chicae Daily
%aroon)
ie of the Maroon football, team
to defeat Michigan Saturday
the Wolverines reappear on
feld after an absence of 13
are only two veterans on the
One of them is Captain Elton,;
lfback, who is really a good
He hits the line hard, and is'
t dependable man on the team.
er is Reber, who plays center.
a. good defensive player. The
the bunch is made up of fresh-
d inexperienced players.
Practice Poor
ice this week has been miser-
ad the brand of football play-
not been up to the standard of
rdue game, which was poor
Coach Stagg has tried every
a combination, but none of
y much ti.renth Y*d,
rit the eleven was unable to

score against the Crane eollege team,
and were lucky to get out of the
game without being scored on. Thurs-
day Stagg had the men out in a pour-
ing rain, and they showed some im-
provement.
The Maroon line is weak, and the
backfield is not very strong. The
forwards do not work together, and
they fail to open up holes. In the
backfeld there is a fair conibina-
tion, but without support from the
line the backs are aot able to do
much.. Elton is equally good at hit-
ting the line or at skirting the ends,
while Hermes at full is a powerful
line plunger. Stagg is working with
a bunch of men for the other posi-
tions, and the choice for the open half
lies between Fauche, Eubank, and
Sears. McGuire, a former tackle, is
trying for quarter now that Mills is
out, but Jerry Neff may play there if
his knee is in shape.
Reber is certain to start at center,
but the guards as yet are unpicked.
It looks as though Stagg would use
McCuaig, who played against Purdue,
and Collins, a brand new man. The
tackles will be Stageman and Teas,
unless McGuire loses out at quarter,
in which case he will play in the line.
The ends will probably be Halliday
and Karstens. Halliday> is a elever
player, and an adept at pulling down
passes.

MRS. PEARL

Chi Lineup Uneertai
The exact lineup of the team is un-
certain and the men will probably not,
be picked until Saturday. Michigan
will not have a walk away, however,
as the eleven is determined to give
Yo a~i' tenm a haird i1Lht. T2h en
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:Itlitlllilllltlli tll 1tl lllt111tililllilH
of the old rivalry, and they are not
going down without a struggle.-
Elton will direct the team attack,I
as none of the candidates for quarter
are familiar with the signals. TheS
burden on the Maroon captain is a
heavy one, as he never directed playt
before last Saturday. Elton will be
a good general, however, since he has
had plenty of experience, and can be
depended upon to pick the right play
at the right time. He and Stegeman
are the hopes of Chicago. It was ,
Stegeman who dropped the ball be-t
tween the posts for the Purdue score,
and he has been practicing all week.-
If Chicago gets within striking dis-
tance, the big tackle will certainly
get a chance to drop ne over.-
Interest in the game is running high
among the students and alumni. All
indications point to all seats being;
sold long before game time. A mass1
meeting was held in Bartlett gymnas-
ium last night, and there will be
plenty of cheering when the game
starts.:
ile dics Plan To
Vattie Attorneys"
Grave and dignified, students of the
deep and mysterious, searching rec-
ords, finding faults proving cases,
making theories-all will go within a
week, when the high-brow would-be;
doctors will meet what hope to be
lawyers in-yes, really a game of
football.
Bvidence produced by the counsel
ur the iwyer nwas weighty enugh
to shot 'that at-pro u'Coi2 be
fed, wbhue a thorouga diulss af
the case proved that the doctors, too
could acarc eleven men to batter
each other about the field of glory
in a vain atempt to ilrn.tte Cach
'oat 's suadof footbai men.
But be it as it may, the Medic and
the Attorney'q;have reachte ~UOco-
cluon that a game they will play
ao tanni nz-_with the trt of a ine
vweek practice wl be bell,
inaa ragmens fr~r the com
ing stellar contest wll be auoaced
later.
DETROIT tl:Ug ANCELS GAME
WITH LOCAL SOCCER PLAYERS
The Cosmopolitan football club of
the University, an unofficial"organiza-
tion to boost soccer will not play the
Roses soccer team of Detroit today.
The Detroit team wired a cancella-
tion of the game due to a national
contest in which they have entered.
However, the Cosmopolitan bunch
will hold practice at Ferry field this
afternoon at 2:30 o'clock, to prepare
for a game which will be played lat-
er. All candidates are expected to re-
port at the field promptly.
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RESERVES, S. A. T. C. AND NAVY
CONTRIBUTE TO WAR TME
ELEVEN
Thirty-four sons of Michigan, war-
riors of Uncle Sam, are in the great
Windy City of the . middle west,
watching, waiting and working to re-
venege the defeat of the 1905 Maize
and Blue warriors at the hands of the
Chicago University varsity.
Thirty-four sons of Uncle Sam, they
are, for every one of them is in the
service of their country.
The army leads in individual count
with 12 of the number counted dur-
ing its - roll call, Jordan, Dunne,
Carter, Hendershot, Hadden, Barnes,
Genebach, Van Wagoner, Hunt, Hen-
derson, Walker and Freeman are the
Varsity men who are Yanks..
Then comes the "gobs" with almost
an equal number. With Steketee, the
star kicker, Vick the smashing cent-
er, Karpus, an new end, Perrin a
wonderful back, Wilson, Clash, Lent,
Boville, Czyz, Morrison, and Olson,
the navy make up a large share of the
first string bunch.
The reserves, such as the engineers
and medics come in for their share
with the remainder of the bunch.
Goetz, Cruze, Cohn, Knode, Adams,
Hauser, Timchac, Lindstrom, Fletch-
er are numbered among this bunch.
Despite the fact that army regula-
tions have greatly reduced the time
given to football practice, Coach Yost
has succeeded in making of this
bunch of men, one of the best football
teams that has ever been in Michigan.
Despite the lack of a training table
and the customary way of keeping a
watch over his men, the war time
Varsity of the great coach is is prov-
ing a wonder.

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