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use 'his best men throughout the four
quarters, and Lansing seems confi-
dent of its ability to accomplish this
end.
M. A. C. will be on hand with its
usual following of rooters. They may
be counted upon to support the Aggie
eleven to the limit. That eleven may
be counted upon to furnish competi-
tion which will be interesting to say
the least. There is 1,904 pounds of
beef in the M. A. C. team and 1,253
pounds of it is on the line Six of the
visiting players have had two years'
of experience and the remaining five,
one year each. These are some for-
midable statistics and they are facts.

S THRONG
'RID ELEVEN

BIG TEN FORCES
READY TO- CLASH
Purple Cheered by Return of Koehler;
McGuire Unable to Start for
Chicago
IOWA HOPEFUL AT URBANA;
ZUPPKE SHIFTS PERSONNEL
SPORT EXCHANGES
M~ineota'
Minneapolis, Oct. '17.-Thirty-five
men are on the squad that Dr. W!.1-
lams selected to, make the trip to
Indianapolis to play Indiana tomor-
row. At the close of the practice yes-
terday it was n't certain whether

PREY LINE UP
Position M. A. C
....LE.....Ransey (1)
)..L.T......oryell (2)
or,
..L.G..Vandervoort (3)
...C......Archer (4)
.R.......Bos (b) or
Miller (14)
...I.T......
Franson, Capt. (6)
..R.E.....Thomson (7)
or Robinson (16)
...Q.B.....Springer (8)
...L.H..Noblet (11) or
Snider (21)
R.H.....Schwei (9)
..F.B....Hammes (10)
at 2:30 p. m.

Aggie Leader

ne to
field.

as
)f the

Vern Williams would be sufficiently
recovered to play or whether Roos,
320 pound center, would be in at the
pivot position. The Gophers will take
a light workout at Comiskey park
this morning, before going to Indian-
apolis. in the afternoon.
Purdue
Lafayette, Oct. 17.7-Ginger and sna
characterized the final practice be-
fore the Chicago game. The players
semed to have recovered their lost
punch, and Coach Scanlon is becoin-
ing optimistic over the chances in the
game tomorrow, Stanwood will
start the game at right guard in place
rof Grigsby, who has mot the fight that
trhe new man has displayed. Hannan
has been replaced by Meeker in the
backfield. Hufine, whose line plung-
ing is expected Ip be a feature of the
game, seems to have recovered the use
of his injured foot, and will be in,
place at full at the start of the
game.
One thousand dollars was raised by
the students in a tag day campaign
to send the baud along with the team.
Numerous students will also make the
trip.,,
Chicago
Chicago,. Oct. 17.-McGuire, star
sophomore tackle, will not be able to
start the game against the Boiler-
makers, and Captain Higgins will have
to assume the responsibility of stop-
ping the driving plunges of Hufflne'
For this year the big Maroon loader

way to Walquist before the 9nd of
the game.
In the line I10nois will be out-
weighed several pounds, as both of
the Iowa' tackles are ova 200
pounds. The only hope of the Illi-
nois coach is that his charges can
display enough-speed to overcome this
discrepancy in poundage.
FIRST TENNIS MATCHES
SHOW 8 *000 NET WORK
NOWLEN DEFEATS FRIEDMAN
" AFTER LENGTHY
DISPUTE
Play in' the first rounds of the all-
campus tennis tournament was re-
sumed Friday afternoon after a day
of rest. . The courts having dried suf-
ficiently to permit play, all matches
in the singles event and one in the
doubles were disposed of. As the
tournament advances every day dis-
closes promising candidates for the
right to play in the finals. Some in-
teresting matches in the later rounds
are assured.
Long'Deuce Set
The match which featured the after-.
noon was the Nowlen-Friednman af-
fair. Noylen finally pulled it out with
the scores 6-4, 12-10. Hammond and
Ward played two very close sets with
Hammond on the long end of a 6-4,
+6-4 score. R. Gregory eliminated Clip-
pert in the fashion of 6-2, 2-6, 6-4. In
the doubles, Borinstein and Kelsey
were forced to a three set match with
Rinear and Nowlen. The winners,
after dropping the first set 5-7, came
back and won the second 6-4. The
last was quite easy, the score being
6-1. The constant lobbing of the win-
ning team proved very effective.
Wherever it is possible all the re-
maining matches of the preliminary
and first rounds should be played to-
day.
Results
Friday's , summary is as follows.
Singles: Hammond defeated Ward 6-
4, 6-4. Munger defeated Lamport by
default. Weinburg defeated Nash 6-2,
6-2. H. A rk defeated Kreis 6-1,
6-0. Christie defeated Oetjen 6-1, 6-2.
Cole defeated Chipman 6-1, 6-3. San-t
chez defeated Waterbury 6-4, 6-3.
Nowlen defeated Friedman 6-4, 12-

ANN ARBOR HIGH JOURNEYS
TO PONTIAC FOR GAME TODAY
Ann Arbor high school will play its
fourth game of the season at Pontiac,
Saturday afternoon. The local team
has been having everything its own
way so far this fall and the prospects
are that they will run up a high s'cdre
on the Pontiac eleven.
Did our team win? Don't ask ques-
tions, read the Michigan Daily. All
campus, city and world news.-Adv.

AND
GYM, SUP
GEO. J.

Students must hav
cards properly filled o
by Athletic Book Co
offices of the Athletic
Arbor Press building,
by 6:00 P. M. Saturda
to receive considerati
classes for the Ohio
October 25th.
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st would make no definite
resterday as to what he
ill be the result. He left
rly in the afternoon for
ere he spoke last evening
ni of that city. There was
in of anxiety in his bear-
e left Ferry field. He did,
peat his former "statement
xpect a hard game." The
nselves are known to be
>ken in their optimism as
us at large.
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n as to the final score
,miners down to the state-
ost is likely to seek a two
uchdown lead in the early
e game and then use sub-
hls seems to be the most
clusion in view of the
h are to follow. On the
M. A. C. will seek to pre-
ead and to force Yost to

CAPTAIN FRANSON
When the whistle blows this after-
afternoon for the opening scrimmage
in the game with the East Lansing'
delegation, Captain Gus Goetz will be
facing the large husky whose portrait
appears above-namely Captain Fran-
son, of M. A. C. It's captain against
captain today.
Franson, the Farmer chief, plays
right tacklefor the Aggies and Gus
operates under the same general title
but on the left side of the Wolverine4
line. This brings the two within di-
rect, unescapble scrapping distance.
It ought to be interesting, from the
side lines at least.
Both are from the upper peninsula'
of this state. Both have two years of
Varsity experience to their credit.
Each is the leader of his team.
Franson has a year more in this
world than has Goetz. The former is
23 years of age, the latter being one
year the junior. In weight Gus has
a trifle the advantage, the Michigan
tackle straining the scales for 185
pounds, while Franson records 178, a
difference of seven pounds. Both are
fighters. No Michigan backer needs to
worry about the Wolverine leader's
scrapping tendencies, and Franson
carries the same reputation.
WESTERN GAMES

Crowds
Nuisance

t is not the long list of
r yet the failure of the
roduce more grid mate-
e persistency with which
if the student body'which
actice' every afternoon,
ad the followers of the
L they are cavorting on

has been shifted from center to tac-
kle, and is Stagg's best bet to stop the
plays that will be directed at the line..
Northwestern
Evanston, Oct. 17.-The news that
Captain Koehler's ankle is not caus-
ing ie Purple leader any tfouble, and
that he will be in first class condi-
tion for the Wisconsin game, its
cheered the student body. He played
part of the three hour signal drill in
the afternoon and was in at fill when
the team ran through signals during
the evening in the lighted training
shed of Patton gym
Reeves and Turner are down for
the tackle jobs, whch, according to
Coach Bachman, Will have big work
of the game. The Purple coach ex-
pects the Wisconsin attack to be
mainly off-tackle plays, and he has
made his line as strong as possible
to prevent these having a great deal
of bearing on the final result.
Iowa '
Iowa City, Oct. 17.-Iowa is hoping
for the best in the game with 111-
nois Saturday, but is not boastful. Aft-
er a short scrimmage with the fresh-
men carrying the ball, the scrubs and
regulars mixed for a fast game. Twen-'
ty-two players will make the trip to
Urbana.
Indiana
Bloomington, Oct. 17.-Ln spite of
the hard rain that has persisted for
feur days, the practice today was lack-
ing in fumbles, though the slippery
condition of the ball made them ex-
tremely possible. Scrimmage for the
last few days has been light for fear
of injuring some of the men. Coach
Stiehm' will take 30 regulars to In-
dianapolis, and has announced that
the entire freshman team will go, as
a reward for the work they have done
in preparing the varsity for the
game.
Illinois
Urbana, Oct. 17.-Any overconf,
dence at the Illinois school is all dis-
sipated, and the Illini team will bat-
tle with its back to the wall against
Iowa tomorrow. The final changes in
lineup have been made and Applegran
will start at right guard. Schlawge-
man will go in at center, and Depler
at tackle. Stermaman will open the
game at half, but will probably give

fault. R. Gregory defeated Clippert
6-0, 2-6, 6-4. Spurrier defeated Brott
6-4, 6-0. Doubles: Borinstein and
Kelsey defeated Rinear and Nowlen
5-7, 6-4, 6-1.
CLASS FOOTBALL
DRAWS INTEREST
Although rain interfered with sev-
eral class football practice sessions
during the week, prospects for this
branch of intramural sports are good.
Since the appointment of managers the
plans have developed rapidly and one
team. the All-medic aggregation, has
already hela a workout.
Popular as Ever
It was feared that class football
would not be as popular this year as
it was before the war because of the
lapse of two years which -it has suf-
fered. These fears have been proved
ungrounded by the interest which has
already been manifested. Several of.
the classes have held meetings during
the last few days and there has been
a good representation at eac b
A new plan of. coaching has been
introduced this fall. Previously the
class teams have had little or no in-
struction in the strategy of the game,
but this year Coach Mitchell and his
three assistants on the intramural
staff will aid the teams and will give
each squad a different set of plays.
Coach Mitchell in his capacity of for-
mer freshman coach learned the plays
of the Varsiay's opponents in order
that the freshmen might use them in
practice scrimmages against the first
team
Coach Has Plays
Mitchell has enough different sets
of plays in mind to supply all class
teams. This system should make for
a stronger offensive game on the part
of the intramural teams and produceR
betfler games than formerly.
The. class of material which is
turning out is , also exceptionally
good. Because of the high standard
of football needed to hake the Var-
sity this year, many men did not go
out who would have done so in an or-
dinary season but are coming out for
their class aggregations instead.
Additional Sports on Page Eight
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The Michigan mentor has issued an
ultimatum to the fact that this must
stop. This is not'all. If the neatly
overcoated and hatted tribe does not
get out of the way, "Hurry-Up" will
play his trump card. In short, he will
hold secret pratices. The gates of
Ferry field like all good gates can be
shut and, what's more, locked. If prac-
tice is to be open the rest of the sea-
son, visitors must keep out of the path
of the pigskin chasers now and for-
ever more.
To be certain that the players will
have all the room they need, the coach
has ordered that the spectators shall
keep to the bleachers in the south
field and watch the practices from that

Illinois vs. Iowa at Urbana.
Purdue vs. Chicago at Chicago.
Northwestern vs Wisconsin at
Evanston.
Indiana vs. Minnesota at Indianap-
.olis.
Ohio State vs. Kentucky State at
Columbus.
Notre Dame vs. Nebraska at Lin-
coin.
Oklahoma vs. Texas at Dallas.
Drake vs. Simpson at Des Moines.
Marquette vs. Lawrence at Milwau-
kee.
Franklin vs. Rose Poly Tech at
Terre Haute.
Butler vs. DePauw a* Greencastle.
Oberlin vs. Mt. Union at Oberlin.
Missouri vs. Ames at Columbia.
Kansas vs. Washburn at Topeka.
Camp Grant vs. Great Lakes at
Great Lakes.

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