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October 13, 1918 - Image 3

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WHIURILD D liLL
RANTED FOlRTHACK
Cross Country Runners Asked to Re,
port to Compete for Harpham
Trophy
FIVE MILE CROSS COUNTRY
RACE TO BE HELD IN NOVEBER
Sedgwick, Holder of Five Mile Record,
With His Time at 27 Mnutes,
29 Seconds
Preparations for the staging of the
Harpham trophy meet were placed
under way last night when a call for
candidates for the cross country run-
ning team was issued.
It is the plan this year to hold the
meet about the middle of November,
some Saturday afternoon when every
man in the University who has satis-
fled the requirements and has main-
tained a position on the track team,
will be entered in the five mile race.
Anyone Eligible
Meanwhile, any person in the Uni-
versity whether freshman or senior,
is eligible to try for a position on the
squad. Candidates are to report at
the Ferry field clubhouse at 4:30
o'clock tomorrow afternoon, and must
be on the cinder track in track uni-
form by 15 minutes of five.
Sherwald Sedgwick, the present
holder of the five mile course record,
will be in charge of the work, and
will give the candidates some initial
instructions as to training.
Sedgwck's time for the course is
27 minutes and 29 seconds. As a re-
sult his name is the second to be in,
scribed on the big silver loving cup
which is a ,permanent record of the
meets which are supposed to be held
annually.
A large silver loving cup will be
presented to the winner of the event
while another will be presented to the
second and another to the third man.
The big trophy is kept in Water-
man gymnasium as a permanent rec-
ord of the cross country runs and has
room for 20 names. It will therefore
have a new name placed upon it once
a year for the next 20 years. It was
presented by the great Michigan cross
country runner, Harpham, who was
greatly interested in the wqrk. Eddie
Carrol, captain of the 1917 track team,
is the only other man besides Sedg-
wick, to have his name inscribed on
the cup. Sedgwick broke Carrol's
record by five seconds.
Report Monday
Those candidates who reported for
the track squad at Ferry field Fri-
day are asked to report again tomor-
row afternon for the initial prctice
of the season. The material that
does not prove good will be cast aside
while the men who show ability will
be worked during the remainder of
the >week.;
Doctor May, trainer of Coach
Yost's men, is preparing for the track
men and will be ready to give them
lockers probably tomorrow after-
noon.
More men are wanted at the field,
because as Doctor May says, there is
a great deal of material in the school
if it will only come out. S. A. T. C.
men are eligible to come out and will
be granted a special training time
as are the football men.
New classes in Shorthand and Type-
writing formed Monday, October 14, at
The School of Shorthand, 711 N. Uni-
versity Ave.-Adv.

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r Inklings of doubt regarding the
Michigan Agricultural college game'
e with the Wolverines seeped through
to Ann Arbor yesterday.
I Influenza, it is said, may cause the
r cancellation of the game with the
r Aggies next Saturday, yet there is
e nothing official concerning any such
thing. The school is under quaran-
r tine as the result of the prevalence of
f 'the disease, yet it is said that spe-
s cial permission will be granted to
- the gridders, to come to Ann Arbor
for the annual contest.
t Despite .the fact that the. Aggies
ran away with Albion last Saturday,
. their team is not considered as strong
as in previous years. The majority
of the men are light.
The powerful Yost team will, with-
out a doubt, take the long end of the
score if they meet the Aggies, yet it
is said that despite their alleged weak-
ness the farmers are swift. The team'
work pf the Wolverines Is sufficient
to overcome the Aggies, yet the game
will be interesting.
SNo report of official nature hint-
ing towards a cancellation has been
received here. Coach Yost is work-
ing his team into shape with full con-
fidence of the game being played.
No game to fill the Minnesota date
has been booked as yet. Minnesota
was forced to cancel because of mili-
tary restrictions. It was one of the
most promising contests of the sea-
son.
New classes in Shorthand and Type-
writing formed Monday, October 14, at
The School of Shorthand, 711 N. Uni-

eyes are preparing to pla ythe hard-
est game of the season with the Yost-
men according to reports from their
camp.
The O. S. U. team, for two years,
has been the life of the conference
contests, since Michigan was miss-
ed from the big 10.
Now that Hurry up Yost's squad is
once more in the league running, the
Ohio State bunch is counting upon the
Ann Arbor team for its most impor-
tant opposition. If any team is sched-
uled to take the championship hon-
ors from the Buckeye state crowd,
Michigan is held as the most danger-
ous.
With this in mind, the Ohio State
team is gradually working its team
into the game, coming to the elimax
of the season with the Wolverines.
The contest is to be heralded by crit-
ics as one of the most promising in
the big 10 schedule. The odds, how-
ever, are on Michigan to win,
MAROONS LOSE GAME
TO NAVAL RESERVES
Chicago, Oct. 12.-The undeveloped
University of Chicago eleven was de-
feated in the first game of the sea-
son by a Chicago naval reserve, 14
to 7. The naval eleven composed of
former intercollegiate stars swept
over Coach Stagg's green players in
the second halfv and scored two
touchdowns. Johnson, a ofrmer star,
registered a touchdown in the third
period and Kline, formerly of the Uni-
versity of Illinois, scored the second
in the fourth period.
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