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October 25, 1919 - Image 3

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With the game drawing more pub-
licity in newspapers all over the
country than any game this year a
record-breaking crowd is expected to
attend. It is expected that there will
be about 5,000 Ohio State students and
'alumni in Ann Arbor for the game.
About the only conceivable way of
sizing up the two teams is to say that
they are evenly matched.


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to arrive an d Four matches were run off fh the
train brings all-campus tennis tournament yester-
t and Grey day and two were decided by default.
The feature of the afternoon was the
tand e defeat of Munz by Stephens in three
the special hard sets. Munz, who was the sum-
,500 footbll mer school champion and runner-up
>oters will be in the Detroit city tournament this
i, arrive at fall, was considered to have a better
be the Ohio chance to win the present tourna-
The ment than any other contestant. Ste-.
''l The band phens lost the first set 6-3 but won the
Wi entt next two by the same score. Both
play through- men were playing good tennis and hit-
tsy d the ting the ball hard, but Stephens seem-.
y to send the ed lo have the edge on his opponent
tamned by the at all times during the last two sets.
week's game The day's matches resulted as fol-
lows: Sanchez defeated Palmer 7-5,
4uad number- 1-2 Nowlen defeated Clark by de-.
knn Arbor at fault. Reindel defeated Nowlen 6-2,
fternoon- and 6-4. Stephens defeated Munz 3-6, 6-3,
.llenel, where 6-3.- Cress and Sorg defeated But-
Dieto tate ler and Cotton, 6-4, 6-1.- Gorn and
ohnewasrthe Friedman defeated Ketchum and
ohn was the Ketehum by default.
the train and' Three matches in the singles are
tatives of the scheduled for this morning. Ohlmach-
d. A large er will meet Gregory, Christy plays
nts had gath; Friedman ati Cole will play the win-
,et a view of ner of the .latter match.
hit" Harley. Because of the way the doubles
and was the ..tournament is draggiiig, all te.ams who
m the train. have not played must report this
meals at the morning at Ferry field and play the
norning Dr. matches as they are scheduled on the
diders out on sheet which is posted on the Intra-
signal prac- mural building. - '
a few hours
onfident that Varsity Band to Practice Wednesday
rious. The Varsity band will practice at 7
o'clock every Wednesday in the aud-
Ly lineup with itorium of University hall, according.
a" Flower on to a statement issued by Mr. 'Wilfred
ffman at the Wilson, their instructor. The public
aid Pixley at is invited to attend these practices.
mpsdoing the-
e Stinchcomb The Michigan Daily, delivered to
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at the halves a year.-Adv.

(Continued from Page One)
backs must be stopped and that Har-
ley and Stinchcomb must be boxed in.
Therein lies the chief duty of the Wol-
verine ends this afternoon.
Dr. Wilce is laboring under no false1
illusions concerning the ability of cer-
tain Michgan men. He s quite awarel
of the merits of Captain Gus Goetz
Sparks, "Weston, Cruse, Vick -and
Knode, and has said so. The Ohio men-
tor thinks that the game will be3
largely featured, if not decided, by
kicking. He is relying on Harley to
boot the ball between the Michigar7
goal posts, and has Sparks to keep the
ball away. -
TeamA Appear Equal
Compared with one another the two
teams show much the same aspect.
Neither oe boasts a great line, an
each. one has a great backfield. Each
team has individual stars although
Michigan has no one man with the
reputation that Harley carries, al
though there are more than a few;
critics who say that is because the
latter has had more chalces to gain
In the Ohio backfield, Willaman is
.the plunger, playing full for the Buck-
eyes while Harley and Stinchcomb can
both plunge and crry the ball in open
field chanced The wholedquartet is
a fast one and an exceedingly dang-
erous outfit' once past the line of
scrimmage. However, Rye and Dunne
are not slow and ought to-make things
interesting on end runs by any of
these four.
Wont Trade Backfield
Sparks, like Harley can kick, pass
the ball, go through the line or gain
throwh a liroken field. Bill Cruse,
although he did not get in against the
Michigan Aggies is slated to start at
right half and can hit the line as
hard as any man in the backfield, with
the possible exception of Weston. The
latter is fast, with a faculty of wrig-
gling under the line of scrimmage and
a sure instinct in picking holes in the
line. Beak was good -for gains nearly
every time that Sparks called on him
to carry the ball againt the Farmer
fast Saturday and en reasonably be
expected to duplicate the performance
today. Vick is a powerful man, an"
with Goetz backed up the line last
week in great style. Yost won't trade
his backfield for Wilce's.
On 'the line "Cress is scheduled to
start for Michigan. The forward wall
his been shifted again and shows Duke
Dunne starting at left end again, while
Hugh Wilson who played tackle against
M. A. C. may start at right guard in
case the coach decides not to use
Peach in this poition. Peach's weight
and square bulk has caused his trans-
fer farther in. Czysz, who has been
playing atguard is now a choice with
Glenn Dunn for right tackle. Goetz,'
Fortune and Rye are still in their
former places.

No. Michigan Ohio
1 Goetz.................Meyers
2 G. Dunn ... ........Iuffman
3 Cruse................Pixley
4 XXXXXX ....."...... Trott
5 Sparks ..t....... ..... tcamp
6 Knode............... Spiers
7 Fortune ..Flower
8 Froemke. .Stinchcomb
9 Rye ... ....... ......Davies
10 Peach................. Harley
11 Weston....... . . . Willaman
12 Magrath.. . . ......k.Bliss
13 XXXX.... . ... . McDonald
14 H. Wilson.F..........riedman
15 E. Tress. .............Wieche
16 R. Johnson... . . Nemecek
17 Eades ...........E. Johnson
,18 Henderson. . . Addison
19 Vick ................F areassin
20 Schumaker............Slyker
21 Loucks...............Weaver
,22 J. Du-nne .,..... ... Cott
23 Barnes..... ....E. Y. Johnson
24 Czsyz............ . Ewart
25 Hammels.............. Gillam
26 C. O. Wilson ........... hurches.
27 XXXX..... ........Volzer
28 J. Campbell ..........I Wiper
29 Timchac....... . ,D. Wiper
30 Breakey..... . Taylo.
31 Stuart..............Sw aitzer.
32 Van Wagonner ......... Matheny
33 Hamilton . . . Demore
'34 XXXX...............Newlun
35 XXXX................. Weiss'
36 Culver...... Navin
As a. fitting preliminary to the foot-
ball game in the afternoon, a Univer-
sity tennis team, made up of six men,
will meet a team from the Toledo Ten-
nis club on the Ferry field courts this
Of the Michigan players, the follow-
ing six have been selected to repre-
sent the University,-Bartz, Munz,
Reindel, Angell, BovWzrs, and Kelsey.
They will play in the, orhlr named.
Wesbrook, because of other work, will
be unable to play.
The Toledo Tennis clab team is
made up of veterans. Dr. Gardner
heads the list, followed by Thomas,
Crafts, Voorheis, Sutherland, and
Batch. It will be : 'match with youth
and endurance versus old age and ex-


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Play will begin at 9:30 o'clock. Six
courts have been reserved. Number
one man plays number one man and
so on down the list. The matches fol-
low. Singles: Bartz vs. Gardner,
Munz vs. Thomas, Reindel vs. Crafts,
Angell vs. Voorheis, Bowers vs. Suth- -
erland, Kelsey vs. Batch. Doubles:,
Reindel and Munz vs. Sutherland and
Thomas, Bowers and Bartz vs. Gard-
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Vooheis and Batch.
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Averages Compared
The Buckeye line tops the *ol-
verine wall in weight by about five
pounds in the average. Wilce's line-
men average 188, while the Michigan
line, with Peach and Glenn Dunn in
averages about 183. If Johnson goes
in at center his weight will add sev-
eral pounds to the average. The Mich-
igan backfield, according to the line-
up as announced by the coach, will
average about 164 pounds, while their
oppononets divide up at about 166.
The Buckeye team stacks up at 180 as
opposed to 176 for the Wolverine
eleven. -
Yost gave the Varsity a light work-
out yesterday. Slight scrimmage sat-
isfied the coach. Vick, Peach, and
Hammels were showing accuracy and
speed in place kicking while Sparks
was getting hI drops over regularly.
If kicking features the game as Dr.
Wilce thinks, these men should furn-
ish their share of that attack.
The Ohio State team came in at 4:30
o'clock yesterday afternoon and were
on the field at about 5 o'clock pass-
ing the ball and doing a little kicking.
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Eckersall Officiates
Today's game should give the stars
of both teams a good chance for ob-
servation looking towards an All-Am-
erican berth. Walter Eckersall noted
sport writer, who picks a'n All-Ameri-
can team annually and who is regard-
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