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this expectation is not based on pure
SITUATION; Saturday's Game,
ANDlay De) cide Title
s in Ann Ar- Because two of the strongest elev-
of the Ohio ens in the country will face each oth-
. Early sea- er on Ferry field ,Saturday, and be-
t Michigan cause a Conference championship will,
e then Yost's be effected by the r'esults of this cla'sh,
mainly be- western fobtball is not altogether
r of' players. prejudiced in selecting the Michigan-
as large as Ohio -combat as the premeir attraction
t is believed 'of this gridiron day.
of material Staking Mopes on Battle Here
not available. Columbus views this match as the
esday's prac- big obstacle on the Buckeye schedule
afternoon the and is staking all championship hopes
1- fresh elev- on the four periods of play at Ann
be given its Arbor. If Chick Harley and his mates
what benefit are able to outscore Yost's machine/
A. C. game. they will look for a clean sweep in
aber of raw the Big Ten.
ch will have Michigan is placing equal impor-
resumably, is tance on its opening Conference ap-
practice ses- pearance and realizes that a banner
s which are may be won or lost next Saturday
outine. Yost afternoon. In preparing for this fray
eeting Ohio's Coach Yost is working silently but
critics ques- surely with every ounce of energy. The
nse. - Wolverine team which performs Sat-
se who have urday will open up with all available
lay that too football deemed necessary for a win.
ced on Ohio's Ohio-21; Xichgan-351;' to Date
ichcomb and During past years 'the Columbus
hat there are school has faced Micligan 15 times
vo named, in without success. Tie scores in 1900
But two men and 1910 mark the best Ohio showings
winning elev- now on record. Throughout this whole
answer in a series the Scarlet and Grey totalled
bstitutes said but 21 points as opposed to the 351
good as most chalked by Wolverine elevens. Ten
on the team. of the 13 Michigan victories have been
Wilce seeids shutouts for the Ohio team and in the
es to repliace remaining three scraps, the Maize and
tiring, Mich- Blue line was crossed A. six points
>us obstacle. a game.
who can re- ,.Coach Wilcc ha Cderl - a 1919
vill start the oganization which claims : riority
it. to the banner wir.ng te :I of 1917.
s two difficult In the latter year Michij _l did not
possibility of meet -the Buckeys aad during 1918
ling the team. the .Ohio eleven lost the stars which
be overcome made the machine of t 'Pprevious
year and which ire .the ba :bone of
id. There re- the current outfit. O. S U. .kA this
h are racti- season as its big opportunit: for;r e-
s, nere is venge a-id L placing i remai.ider
en believe to of its schiedule secon ary cO he game
of the game. j which must be won from Yost.
ie of "Hurry- Speial T r iniad titf Roters
n him. That.I. Undaunted ly th r§:.J:i of the
is quite ap- govern',n; to vl hw a .duei: rate
is taking this ,excursio:1, Ohio f'llower :av ar
pr'actices and tered a special train on rg r r ites
e game with which will bring the 1niv_ sity I and
looks to him and several hundred rooters. Al-
d of the prob- though the failure of t. excursion
will probably cut down t': .'aber
the squad it- seated in the to sections rese'ved
contains -the for the visitors -,,hen tho whstle
that has pre- blows, more Buc:o bo :,rs are ex-
sld since 1913 pected o- all trair2 reri ig the city

PLAY Off MORE

v for the day is outlined below. First,
round: Sutton vs. Butler, Shambaugh
UETS vs. Dyason, Strauss vs. Clark, Wann
vs. Cotton. Second round: Goldberg
HARD I vS. S:hFriedman, Cole vs. Zemon,
Sanchez" vs. Rlinear, Palmer vs. win-

PAREIR ,AND KELSEY IN
.MATCII; FURTHER
A-ti U CI: EN TS

In the fall net tourney, 20 players
in the singles and four doubles teams
turned out for their matches. Of this
number four advanced to the third
round and six to the second.
That match which featured the aft-
ernoon was the Pareira-Kelsey duel.
Pareira, a darkhorse in the tourna-
ment, defeated Kelsey, who had been
conceded a good chance for the finals,
in a hard fought three set match. The
score of the match was 6-4, 3-6, 7-5.
In the lower half of the draw -Doty
eliminated Hammond in a lengthy
contest, the score being 7-9, 6-0 6-2.
Doty meets Munz today.
Throughout. the rest of the tourna-
ment it will be necessary for those
players who are behind to play two
matches a day until they have caught
up with the rest of they draw.,
Tuesday's summary is as follows:
Singles; Preliminary round: -Butler
defeated Kerr by default. Cotton de-
feated Stone by default. First round:
Bowers defeated Hummer 7-5, 6-4.
Pareira defeated Kelsey, 6-4, 3-6, 7-5.
Nowlen defeated Riley 6-2, 6-3. Sec-:
ond round Christie defeated Work-,
man 6-1, 6-4. Bowers defeated Cree-
don 6-3, 6-1. Gregory defeated White
6-3,. 6-4. Borinstein defeated Burley
6-2, 6-2. Doty defeated Hammond
7-9, 6-0, 6-2. Doubles: Gregory and
Sanchez defeated White; and Workman
6-3, 6-4. Bowers and Creedon defeat-
ed Strauss and Goldberg 6-2. 6-3.

ner of Sutton-Butler match. Pareira
vs. G. Reindel, Nowlen vs. winner
of Strauss-Clark match, Ohlmacher vs.
winner of Shambaugh-Dyason match,
Gustus vs. winner of Wann-Cotton
match Stephen:, vs. Spurrier. Third
round: Christie vs. winner of Gold-
berg-Friedman match, Bowers vs. win-
ner of Cole-Zemoin match, Borinstein
vs. winner of Stephens-Spurrier
match, Munz vs. Doty.
Phone numbers may be obtained by
calling Coach Mitchell at the Athletic
association office or my consulting the
drawings posted down a- Ferry field.
ORGANIZE SWIMERS INTO
CLASS TEAXS; WhiEN MEET

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Every Monday and Th
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appointment.-Adv.

Read the I\
news.--Adv.

Swimmers have now been organized
according to classes in order to pre-
pare for the intramural mheet, which
will be held about the first part of
November.
The freshman will meet Monday aft-
ernoon at 4 and Friday at 3; sopho-
mores on Tuesday and Friday at 3,
and the juniors and seniors on Wed-
nesday at 3 and Saturday morning at
10:30. E. Johnson will have charge
of the yearlings and L. Babcock the
sophomores. The man to take care
of the junior and senior tryouts will
'be decided upon later.
The Michigan Daily, the only morn-
ing paper in, Ann Arbor, contains all
the latest campus, city, and world
news.-Adv.

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