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-11C1IAN FOUThALL *}
SCHEDULE *
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Oct. 5-Case Scientific school at *
Arbor.*
Oct. 12.-Camp Custer at Ann
Ann Arbor. *
Oct. 19.-M. A. C. at Ann Arbor. *
Oct. 26.-Ohio State University
at Columbus, O. -
Nov. 2.--Northwestern at Ann *
Arbor. *
Nov. 7.-Chicago at Chicago. *
.Nov. 16.-Cornell at Ithaca *
(canceled.) *
Nov. 23.-Minnesota at Ann Ar- *

Posltlous Makes
It; Goetz

bor.

ugh it is too early in the sea-
predict with any safety it ap-
ts though Michigan isto be
this year with one of the best
she has turned out in recent
Five veterans are back, the
y of last year's strong fresh-
im in moleskins, and the drop-
the Conference eligibility bars
le available several good fresh-
:ially is Yost blessed with back
en. It has been several years
e has had at his disposal such,
number of what look to be
ly shifty and hard hitting
Quarterback is the only job
ch there is not a fight on be-
veteran or two and a young-
er to make his reputation, and
re the looks of the material
iraging. Mike Knode, All-Con-
shortstop and next year's
1 captain, seems to have the
. this position.
Valker and Carter Good
eting with Knode are Walker
ter, the latter a freshman with
Lerable record behind him with
itiac, Ill., high school team.
the three is as good as Shorty
who was last year mentioned
American, but they are round-
shape and give promise. In
to being exceedingly fast don
and an adroit dodger, Knode
a fair drop kicker and demon-
yesterday afternoon that he
dangerous inside of the forty
ie from any reasonable angle.
is a good open field runner
ter, although inexperienced in
ege game, shows headiness.
alves and fullback it is im-
to pick men. Yost has Cohn,
Cruse, Cartwright, Genebach,
, and Perrin, and from them
.ld develope his usual strong
e offensive, for the field con-,

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tains men who have weight and can
hit hard, and also some very fast,
shifty men dangerous in an open field
For the flank the coach has Fletcher
and Boville of last year's freshman
team, both very good men, to say
,nothing of Duke Dunne, brother of
Bull, and looking as good as did his
brother in his first years.
Much Fullback Material
Cohn tips the beam at more than
194. He is very fast on the start and
shows speed remarkable for a man
of his weight. He is also proficient in
handling the forward pass. Usher
weighs less but shows a little of the
Maulbetsch in his ability to pick.
holes. He keeps his feet well. Steke-
tee is a freshman from Grand Rapids
whose forte is punting. He should be
a valuable men to the team. With
three such men ready to go in the
oach need not worry much about full-
back.
For halves there are Cruse, Cart-
wright, Genebach, Perrin, and possi-
bly Steketee. Cruse is almost sure
for three or four yard; whenever call-
ed upon, as he usually can dive that
far. Cartwright, Genebach, and Per-
rin are fast men, the first the heavier
of the three. Perrin is an exception-
ally good half who has been in school
three years but has never been availa-
ble until this year. Rather small, but
well built, with the speed and start of
a sprinter and the shiftiness of a
Weston or Sparks he should be ex-
tremely dangerous to any team around
the ends. Cartwright and Genebach
both have had the benefit of a year's
varsity experience. Genebach played
last year at quarter when Weston was
unable to be in and knows the back-
field game.

ner, Lent, Karpus Timchac and
Schcid ie', iii_ good men and working
hwrd for chances.
But few men showed up yesterday
for practice, the mobilization and as-
signment to barracks keeping most
of the squad out of togs. The few
men who were oit were kept occu-
pied with the forward pass, to which
Yost is giving considerable attention.
S.tiTU'aJDAY l,'INST AlA MMN
Minneapolis, Minn., Oct. 1.-Minne-
sota will open its football season next
Saturday at Northrup field against a
team of all stars being organized at
the university by former Gopher stars
who are still in school. Williams
also stated today there would be an-
other game Oct. 12, but he was not
ready to announce the Gopher oppon-
enits.
There wee only thirteen men on the
squad Saturday, Dr. Williams attri-
buting the small number to the many
contradictory stories from Washing-
ton regarding the status of football.
U. S. Takes Frat Houses
Bloomington, Ind., Oct. 1. - It is
expected that the registration for stu-
dents in Indiana university for the
students' training corps will begin to-
day. Housing is to be in the various
fraternity chapter homes, which the
government has required to be remod-
eled and equipped in accordance with
special specifications.
Illini Expert Going Abroad
Urbana, Ill., Oct. 1. -- Prof. Cyril
G. Hopkins of the University of Illi-
nois, one of the best known authori-
ties on soils in the country, has been
franted a year's absence by the uni-
versity officials and will go abroad on
a government mission. He will form
one of a commission of 40 soil experts
to be sent to Italy and Greece by the
United States government.
Captain Weiman Flying in Texas
Tad Weiman, ex-'18, Michigan's
football captain in absentia, is flying
low and high over a Texan aviation
field both as an aviator and as one of
a football squad which includes six
All-Americans.
De Pauw Student Army Forming
Greencastle, Ind., Oct. 1. - De
Pauw's student army training corps
opened yesterday for enrollment. The
oath was given to the students to-
day. Five hundred mpn are .expected,

you need
LABORATORY SUPPLIH
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SURGICAL INSTRUMEN
We have them; of the best quality, and at the right pr

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which is from 40 to 50 per cent more Florence hall will als
men than last year. Asbury hall, on barracks. Both are pE
the campus, has been made into a buildings. Capt. John
mammoth mess hall and barracks. A., is the commandant

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FIELDING H. YOST, MICHIGAN'S
famous coach, who has a new war
cry. His "hurry-up" still rings over
Ferry field, but now he adds, "It's
the old army game boys, you're not
in college now. Get in there and
fight."
The situation in the line is more
uncertain. It is nothing, however,
about which to be discouraged.. With
Fortune, one of last year's best de-
fensive players, back at guard and
Goetz, another veteran, at tackle or
end two positions are accounted for.
At center Cress looks to be the best
bet. He is especially good on defense
and passes with sureness and accu-
racy. For the remaining positions it
is impossible to predict. The line-up
has been changed nearly every day
and new combinations tried out. It
looked as though Henry of last year's
freshman team had one of the tackle
berths but injuries to his side have
kept him off the field the last few
days. Yost is still holding him on the
squad, however. Then there are Gar-
ret, Lindstrom, Freeman, Von Wag-

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