whipping the team into shape,
who played end yin 1917 will
ith a uniform today. Coach
departure to head the in-
actiViti~sAlas left Yost and
ants with a heavier burden
ore and they are anxious to
the help that can be se-
IlUb JURU MULIb
YEARLINGS WITH EXPERIENCE
BEAT MITCHELL'S SUM-
Freshman football was launched
THE MICHIGAN Ci
Another husky lad by name Ma- Monday afternoon with prospects for
grath who is likely to turn out for a one of the bes~t seasons the yearling
he crack at a line position has arrived squad has seen.
.he on the scene and is expected to re-, Because of abnormal conditions last
Me_ port for practice very soon. Magrath fall there was no freshman team, the
es captained the Oak Park high school first year men being eligible for the
team, at one time and is reputed to be Varsity squad, and several having u ;-
he after a -berth at guard, his regular beld the standard of Michigan on the
he position. Glenn Dunn, who formed a gridiron to the lasting credit of the
bulwark of the All-fresh line in ante- class of '22.
Conference days will probably be out Outside Ganes Barred
in a uniform soon and will swell the The season of 1917 was the last
ranks of the contenders for a position one to see Michigan with a fresman
ho at guard. From all appearances football schedule. Upon our re-en-
there will be no lack of possibilities trance into the Conference we forfeit-
ng for the line, and the backfield gives ed the privilege of having the yearl-
a promise of an equally stiff battle for ings play other schools and conse-
positions. quently, this fall the fresh squad will
be used more as the second team is
Fer used. Coach Mitchell is planning to
Ile SC;OFIE.D NAMED give his first year men plays glean-
st- MANAGER OF TEAM ed from our opponents' games and
hs send -them against the Varsity.
at At a meeting of the Board in Con- The fact that there is no regular
trol of Athletics, Monday afternoon, schedule of games apparently has not
Leeland N. Sofield, '20L former ace (Continued on Page Eight)
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Chimes will represent and
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HIMES will contain short stories of university
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when L[iG - . 1%M1 1, "V , L1" L w
under on Steve Farrell's track squad, was
selected as student football manager
g took for the 1919 season.
ations Scofield was chosen for the posi-
loting, tion in the campus election of 1917
t also but left the University for active mil-
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well Since :that time he has . served 19
eaves. months with the United States army
d Wil- ambulance, corps, returning this fall
h For- to complete his work in the Law
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