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ER 27, 1918. THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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MICHIGAN BOOUSTS
ILLINOIS CONTEST
Sacker State Team Holds Four Con-
forence Victories, Claiming Big
Ten Title
WOLVRINES ARE FAVORITES
AMONQ EASTERN CRITICS:
Ferry FP1.l Suggested as Loglo .
Plae for Gam, ad Dee. 7 Plok.
.d as Date
Michigan is in the running for the
championship of the Conference ac-
cording to the admission of the fore-
most candidates for the place, them-
selves.
Word from Champaign, regarding
the claim of the Illinois university
varsity to the honor, says that the
Sucker state team is "itching to meet
Michigan." Thus, despite their four
victories over Conference elevens,
they are ready to recognize the
strength of the Wolverine squad, as
tested by the Syracuse and M. A. C.
games.
Date a Puzzle
But the problem. of properly ar-
ranging a date for the game confronts
the athletic officials of both univer-
sities. Illinois demands that the
Michigan date with Ohio State, this

Saturday, be cancelled, in their favor,
but Athletic Director Bartelme, refus-
ing to break one of the traditions of
his office, has declined this sugges-
tion.
Coach Zupke of the Illinois team, it
is said, fears to allow his team to keep
out of action for two weeks, claim-
ing that it would break down the
strength of his men. For this reason,
he fears to meet the Yostmen at a lat-
ter date.
Michigan fans regard this as cam-
ouflage, however, expressing the opin-
ion that the Illinois evelen is backing
down. They seem to forget that the
Wolverine squad, help up for five
weeks, because of the flu, came back
with three straight victories, one
against the strongest team in the
East.
Yost Anxious for Game
Coach Yost is anxious to get a
chance to get a more substantial
claim to the Big Ten honors, than
merely by winning the Ohio State
game Saturday, and is therefore push-
ing the Illinois-Michigan fray. Yet
he does not want to make final ar-
rangements for the contest before the
affair with the Buckeyes.
"We'll take the itch out of Illinois,"
says Coach Yost. He promises that
the contest will be the best of the
year, with the Maize and Blue fight-
ing for the highest place in the Big
Ten.
Then comes another point of fric-
tion when Illinois refuses to play

THANKSGIVING DAY
PRACTICE

MICHIGANENSIAN NOTICE
No fraternity, sorority, or oth-
er organization copy will be ac-
cepted for the Michiganensian
after Dec. 1. Pages will be run
the same as last year unless the
copy is in by that time regard-
less of contracts. Senior pic-
tures must also be in Dec. 1.
Organizations which have not
yet made contracts must do so
this week or they will not be
represented in the book. No
copy will be run for which -there
is no contract. The Michigan-
ensian will be published in Jan-
uary, between three and four
months earlier than last year.
No subscriptions will be taken
after Dec. 5, at which time the
price will be raised.

Aviator Kenyon, '18A, Taken Prisoner
Lient. Darby Kenyon, ex-'18A, who
was in France with the 148th Ameri-
can aero squadron attached to the R.
A. F. of the British Expeditionary
forces was taken prisoner when his
machine was forced to land behind
the German lines. A recent cable
stated that he was in perfect health.

Lost, two diamond rings either
Ferry field or on State St. Liber
reward. Return to Daily office, B
P.-Adv.

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The Wolverines will hold
practice on Thanksgiving Day
at 9:30 o'clock. A blackboard
talk at 7:30 o'clock in the eve-
ning is also on the program.
These hours were announced
by Coach Yost, at the close of
practice last night.

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TODAY and TOMORROW
WILLIAM FARNUM
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"ROUGH and READY"
A PICTURE THAT HAS EVERYTHING1
Nightly and All Shows Sunday-Majestio Orchestra

FRIDAY and SATURDAY
CH ARLES RAY
"The Claws of the Hun"

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any place but at Chicago. The logical
field for a championship game is Fer-
ry field in Ann Arbor, not only be-
cause it would draw a bigger crowd,
but because it is one of the best grid-
irons in the country.
Illinos Fears Yostmen
Summed up, the Illinois team does-
n't seem to wish to take a chance
with the Yostmen, yet they will risk
a game if Michigan is persistent. It
will be necessary for military and
academic authorities to sanction a
post season contest, as the game
would have to be played possibly on
Dec. 7. Yet as Coach Yost express-
es it, it would be but a matter of
minutes, for with the war over, and
things running smoothly, there is no
reason for the contest not being sanc-
tioned.
Meanwhile, Michigan alumni over
the entire country, are anxious for the
contest. The University is also be-
ginning to ask for it, and with the
Ohio State game over, it is very prob-
able that the two teams will meet.
COACH YOST ANNOUNCS
FINAL VASITY SQUAD
WOLVERINE FIRST STRING BUNCH
COMPOSED OF 6
MEN
The Varsity squad for the Univer-
sity of Michigan for the season of
1918 was finally announced by Coach
Yost last night, when the reserve ele-
ment, which was retained on the first
string squad, was dropped.
At the close ofapractice yesterday,
the hurry-up coach announced the
25 men who will constitute the first
string bunch for the remainder of the
season.
Limited Practice
Practice was limited to signal drill
and a blackboard talk. New plays
were drilled into the final Varsity
squad, while the intensive signal work
was carried on for the practical work
connectedwith the plays.
Usher, the sophomore who was at
an officers' training camp, and who
returned to the squad yesterday, is
making himself known, as at the very
start of the season. With Perrin and
Cohn filling the back positions, Usher
will find it hard to get into a game.
Intensive work for an overwhelm-
ing victory against Ohio State Satur-
day has already been started, while
the proposed Illinois game for the
conference championship is also kept
in mind.
All men who have held first string
positions this year have been retain-
ed on the squad. The scrubs who
were kept for the purpose of scrim-
mage work, can feel amply repaid for
their work by the trip to Chicago.
Th.e entire 38 men on the squad at
that time were tken.
The Varsity
The Varsity is now composed of
the following men:
Goetz, Cohn, Fortune, Morrison,
Knode, Dunne, Vick, Adams, Free-
man, Steketee, Perrin, Bovill, Usher,
Walker, Genebach, Wilson, Czyz, Kar-
pus, Carter, Jordan, Hadden, Hender-
shot, Barnes, Cruse, Cartwright, Ol-
sen.
COSMOPOLITAN TEAM WILL
MEET AT Y. M. C. A. TONIGHT
In preparation for their contest
with the Roses, tomorrow afternoon,

the Cosmopolitan team of the Univer-
sity wil hold a meeting of its play-
ers at the Y. M. C. A. at 7:30 o'clock
tonight.
Treat, Heron, Orris, Strauss, Leung,
Psai, Scott, C. Dyason, G. Dyason,
Leoy, O. Lubke, Lui, - Penoyer, Bau-
cis, and Gruenwaldt are asked to re-
port. The coming contest will be dis-
cussed.

You will mways find satisfaction by
adveritsing in the Daily.-Adv.
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Business BeforcPleasure.
The engagement continues all this week
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TODAY and TOMORROW
WILLIAM FARNUM
"Rough and Ready"
FRIDAY and SATURDAY
CHARLES RAY
TheClaws of theHun"

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FOR SPORT AND HEALTH

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Thurs-Fri-28-29-R. A. Walsh (Drama)
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THANKSGIVING
AFTERNOON
Doors will open at 1:45 P. M.
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Cor. Hill St. and 5th Ave.
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reward. Return to Daily office, Box
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