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October 22, 1918 - Image 3

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HJUMPERS, ARE WANTED

they are looking for material from
which to produce another champion-
ship track squad.

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on Without Interruption'
pes of Landing a
Game

DAILY WORKOUT AT FERRY
CARRIED ON WITH
PEP

CONTEST IS
PREPARED FOR

Coach Is
able Duo of
Artists

Building
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[oping to yet find competition for
urday, Coach Yost is working his
n hard in an endeavor to round
m into shape, andfit them for any
osition that they might meet. The
has stickened all football sched-
s, and few teams are able to get
of quarantine long enough to
ke a flying trip here, for a game
s week end. The inability of the
A'agement, however, to find a bat-
for the open date has not lessen-
the work handed to the team by
coach.
.orthwester Coming
'he coming game with North-
strn, the following Saturday is
ng looked forward to as a hard
tle, and desiring revenge for the
eat of last year at the hands of
Evanston eleven, the Varsity's
ator's every effort is being directed
rrds that end. The Purple team
t fall was one of the weakest in the
Ternce, and the reason for the de-
t was the breaking up of the Wol-
Ine eleven on account of Big Ten
eo. Ranking below Northwestern
I been as a thorn to Coach Yost.
victory this year would wipe out
defeat.
ast evening the men were put
ough a signal drill, They work-
smoothly and with machine, like
sistency. Before the signal work-
the ends were practiced in re-
ring forward passes and in other
ciM play,
teietee and Perrin workout in
king and the big freshman from
lnd Rapids continually booted the
lin for 60 to 65 yards. Steketee
Ilised considerable. If it is possi-
fr him to remain in {school an-
Sr year, Coach Yost will probably
elop o i of the strongest punters
t lichlgan has ever had. Along
hi his ability to use his foot he is
> speedy and a good line bucker.
rking out on end in defensive play,
las also showh up unusually well
this department of the game.
Backfield Strong
he big yearling, working, with
hn and Perrin in the backfield,
kes a nearly perfect combination.
rin has shown some slight im-
vement in his play, even over his
narkable early season work, while
in, as good as he was last year, is
siderably better this fall. The
se boy 'from Spokane, Wash., is
1y on his fet and fast for his
ght. Ho hits the line hard and is
icularly god in a broken field.
he departure of Smith, a fresh-
i from Saginaw, trying out for
rterback, is a loss to the team.
reoeived an appointment to West
at and left for the east yesterday
'ning, He showed considerable
mise, and could have been devel-
I into an exceptionally good team
t. Kode, however, is first string
ee for the quarterback job, and
ause of his good work, the loss of
th will be felt but slightly.
AIN PIGEONS AT GREAT LAKES
^ NAVAL TRAINING STATION
reat Lakes, 111., Oct. 21.-In addi-
. to training men, Great Lakes
Ining station has- now become a
ning station for pigeons. Pigeon
s containing over 250 of-the finest
gian and English Homer pigeons,
e been constructed at the station
the birds are being trained under
Trts in that li.
rt, t1E, Receives Appointment
tto 2. Eckert, '12E, has been ap-
ite4 apting state saitry engineer
the state of Mi higan.

Track practice for men trying out
in all of the short trousered events
will be renewed- tomorrow afternoon
at Ferry field, with a big spurt. Mid-
die distance runners, who are to re-
port to Captain Sedgwick of the track
squad, and sprinters, burdlers and
jumpers,,under Carl Johnson, will re-
ceive a gruelling workout in an ef-
fort to put them in a tip top condi-
tion.
Pole vaulters, and weight artists,
also wanted, are asked to report at
,the field, and will be assigned to the
care of some expert.
For the past week the captain of
the track team has been giving his
men a steady and upbuilding work-
out. Setting up exercises, to take the
kinks out of the muscles of the men
are on the program both before and
after the track work.
There is a shortage of material for
the sprinting squad; according to Carl
Johnson, who is in charge of that
bunch. It will be necessary to give
up that branch of the sport unless
more men appear. Men desiring a
berth on the track squad can take the
initial stey towards the honor by re-
porting at the clubhouse at Ferry field
at once. Hurdlers, also, are much in
demand.
The program of practice today will
consist mainly of starting, jumping
the hurdles, and various other light
methods of workout.
There is still room for more candi-
dates, who upon satisfying the men
coaching the team, will be given lock-
ers and the necessary paraphernalia
to carry on their work. very man
who reports will be given a chance,
say the promoters of the work, for

CARRANZA REQUESTS SAFE
PASSAGE FOR ARGENTINE MEN
Juarez, Mex., Oct. 21.-Mexican pap-
ers received here tell of a unique re-
quest made upon Felix Diaz, the rebel
leader in the state of Vera Cruz, by
President Carranza. An Argentine
battleship arrived at Vera Cruz to as-
sist in observing the Mexican inde-
pendence day. The sailors and mar-
ines from the battleship were invited
to Mexico City. To prevent the Diaz
rebels from attacking the train, the
Mexican paper stated, the president
sent a request to Diaz that the train
carrying the Argentine sailors be per-
mitted to pass through rebel territory
unmolested. Diaz granted the request,
according to the newspaper account,
upon conditions that no Mexican
troops were acting as escort on the
train. The train was not molested.

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Mininesota Wins Game
In the first real practice game of
the season, the University of Minne-
sota defeated the Overland aviation
mechanics, 30 to 0 in a game played
at Northrop Sunday. The Gopher's
crack backfield had little troublb in
finding its way through the Overland
line.

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WARD CULVER
Ensign Ward Culver, tackle on last
year's Varsity eleven, left yesterday
morning for his home in Detroit. He
has been visiting friends in Ann Ar-
bor over the week end. Completing
a five-day furlough, he leaves for
New York City this morning, where
he will board his ship for France.
For the past three months Ensign
Culver has seen duty on transports.
WOLVERINE CONTEST
ATTEMPTS TO LOCATE GAME FOR
WOLVERINES UNDER
WAY
Kalamazoo will be unable to play
the Maize aud Blue, eleven on Oct.
26, according to a telegram received
last night by Mr. Philip G. Bartelme,
athletic director of the University.
Negotiations for a game with Kazoo
Normal have been going on for some
time. At first it seemed likely that
the Kazoo team would have to can-
cel its game with the Great Lakes
Naval team, due to the influenza
quarantine. The quarantine has evi-
dently been lifted, and the Kazoo
bunch will have to play the contest
scheduled.
In the meantime attempts are be-
ing made to arrange a football game
with some institution near the Uni-
versity for next Saturday. The influ-
enza quarantine in the city has not
been lifted, so all arrangements that
are made will be just tentative. In
case there i no contest arranged,
Michigan will not have a game until
the Northwestern affair.
COMMANDANT AT PURDUE IS
AID IN BUILDING ELEVEN
Lafayette, Ind., Oct. 21.-Purdue is
fortunate in having a commandant,
who is a football enthusiast. Through
his aid they have a better team this
year than they had last fall, and it is
regarded in Conference circles as one
of the most formidable within its
limits.
Major Ed Jackson, in command of
Camp Purdue, requires every foot=
ball man to report for practice
promptly at 2:30 o'clock. All the
members of the team are am-y men
with two erceptiuns. These are in
t116 navy, and they conform fairly well
with the ruling laid down for the
soldiers.
So numerous are the men that have
reported for. practice at Lafayette, that
there is a fight between two or more
men for every position on the team.

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In an age of much riding we have become a trifle forgetf
real uses of feet. But Uncle Sam selects shoes for his men
idea they are to cover distance in them.
Here is a shoe, a military shoe, with a toe plenty wide, a fi
and a sturdy heel. Jt -will add horse-power to your foot-pat
makes nothing of the day's work. Try ydur feet in a pair, y
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Unusual Values
$3 $4 $8

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"Carrying On"'
Serving and not selling is the big thing
with ALL EN'S today. Our idea is not 4
to sell clothes that will serve the wearer
longer and save himt money.
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by virtue of their good quality,
are making one suit do what- two
did before-the same with overcoats. It's
a habit that ive are sure many men will
cultivate long after the war is overof
buying good clothes and fewer of them. Make
the test this season. Unequalled balues at
$20, $25, $30, $35 $40, $45.

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