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of 1916 Returns
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TO IE:OLON PRACTICE
re, one of the best quar-
Northwestern has ever had,
school last, Tuesday and
of the Purple football team
t the eleven to win from
as :3rightm ire fills the one
on tae Northwestern team,
Wh Ie in school he was
lot two years and was a
e temn in 1916, when the
a ly wpn the Conference
;htmire entered school ear-
.r, but was' forced to leave
Sof the illness of his .moth-
as- been expected back for
eks, and, now that he has
will take over the quarter-
s at once.
hackfield Powerful
esence of Brightmire en-
h Bachman to use Elling-
Lane, who have been al-
at quarter, in their old po-
half. With Captain Koeh-
the Purple has a quartet.
any _ in the West for of-'
wer. All of these men are
od -condition and ready for
an gamne. The Northwest-
will come as far as Jack-
, and stay there all night.
norning they will come to
r, have dinner at the , A1-
then go to Ferry field for
lights and the ghost ball
annual appearance at Fer-*
Vednesday nighty and the
was continued until 6
his is the longest drill that
eld this year and, although
,bo scrimmage, the entire
dead ti'ed at the end of
vork. The men are realiz-
iousness of their work and
he cool weather are puting
efforts into the practice.

experience in the line would pr ba-
bly have prevented ;the -first touch-
down, when Sparks' punt was blocked.
Peach was out in uniform and ran
through signals at guard. His knee
'is not as bad as was thought and he
may be able to play intthe North-
western game. If not, he should be
ready to start against Cicago. He
will be kept at guard all the rest of
the season, as his knee has cut his
- speed*too greatly to allow using him
at end.
Satuiday's Chances Even
With two ends that are able to
break the Northwestern plays, and
the team at its full strength, Michi-
gan should have an even chance of
winning from the Purple, strengthen-
ed ai they are by Brightmre. The
team that takes the field for North-
western next Saturday will be at
least twice as powerful as the eleven
that was swamped by Chicago. The
Northwestern line is one of the best
and most experienced in the Confer-
ence, the backfield is outclassed by
none, and the ends are fast and clev-
er at their positions.
Coach Stagg told his men at the
practice Wednesday that the style
of football they played against North-
western Saturday would not 'have
won from the team that Coach Bach-
man now has lined up.
The uncertainty of the outcome
should cause a large crowd on had
at the game Saturday. Up lentil the
present, Michigan followers had re-
garded the game as a certain win, but
the outcome is much in doubt at the
present time. 1
Chicago Seats Gone '
The seats for the' Chidago game
have been sold out by the Athletic
association and rgore are being sent
from Chicago. Three hundred were
in the first lot and 600 more are com-
ing. Prospects are for a crowd of
more than 1,000 Michigan rooters at
the game on Stgg field.
LOCAL RED CROSS TO HELP
GOBS GET VICTORY BUTTONS
Information has been received by
,the local chapter of'the Red Cross, re-
gardingk Victory buttns for men of
the navy. Men who are members of
the naval reserve force and have been
released from active duty will receive
their buttons from the commandant
'o the 9th, .10th, and 11th naval dis-
tricts, Great Lakes, 11., as soon as the
supply is received at that office.
However, nen who were in the reg-
ular service and have receikd honor-
able discharges' will be furnished but-
tons by the Detroit olice on presenta-
tion of their discharge papers.
Upon advice that the Detroit office
has these buttons on hand, tre Wash-
tenaw chapter ofethe Red Cross will be
glad to assist the men by forwarding
the necessary papers and securing the
buttons. Further notice will be pub-
lished at that time.
]CLASS RECORDS TO BE KEPT
BY MOVING PICTURE AT YALE

duvmi-ril ML r onfi i j
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REACHED BY TWO MEN
STEPHENS AND ANGELL CLASH
TODAY TO DETERMINE
FINALIST
Another man has reached the semi-
finale in the all-campus tennis tour-
nament. Angell, by -his victory over
Gregory yesterday afternoon, 6-3,
6-0, is entitled to a place among the
last four.
Earlier in the afternoon, Gregory
defeated Ohlmacher in a hard fought
three set match. Ohlmacher got the,
jump and won the first set 4-6. Greg-
ory, however, 'then got going and won
the next two 6-4, 6-2. These two
matches constituted the day's play in
the singles. In t4he'doubles two match-
es were won by default.
Hard Contests Today
Today's match will be of particu-
lar interest. The semi-final round in
the lower half of the draw will be
run off.~ Angell, the runner up in the
Summer 'school tournament, meets
Stephens, the spectacular freshman
who eliminated Munz in the earlier,
rounds. Both men stroke the ball hard
and have very swift services. This
match will decide who shall have the
right to play in the finals. The time
of the contest is set for 3:30 o'clock.
The deciding' set of the Sanchez-Rein-
del match will also be played at this
time.
Schedule of Matches
Thursday's schedule is announee'd
as. follows: Singles-Christie vs.
Friedman; Cole vs. winner of Chris-
tie-Friedman match; Sanchez vs.
Reindel (one set); Angell vs. Ste-
phens. Doubles--Riley and Doty vs.
Gregory and Sanchez (after singles,
are played); Burley and Munger vs.:
Pareira and Christie4 Bowers and
Creedon vs..' Humer and Hdmmond;
Chipman and Stuart vs. Gourn and
Friedman; Cophran and Irving vs.
Sutton and Stephens.
The result of Wednesday's play is
as follows,: Gregory defeated Ohl-
macher 4-6, 64, 6-,2. Angell defeated
Gregory 6-3, 6-0. Doubles -- Bowers
and Creedon, defeated Clippert and
Parson& by default; Chipman and
Stuart defeated Weinberg and Kolb
by' default.

The sophomore lits defeated the
junior lits yesterday afternoon by a
score of 12 to 0. The aophs excelled
in nearly all respects, outplaying their
opponents both in the line and the
backfield.
The first score came in the first per--
iod after a forward pass brought the
ball within a few yards of the goal line
where afters a couple of line bucks,
Surrell crossed the line for the first
score of the year. In the second half
Hackett, who was playipg left half
for thesophs, made the long run of
the game scoring another touchdown.
The juniors were lacking in team-
play, never having been assembled be-
fore the game began. The game was
closer than the score indicated andl
if the juniors had had a little practice
the result woild probably have been
quite different. .McCallus and Henry,
both backfield men were the stars for
the juniors.
Toutlaff, who went in at fullback for
the sophomores, was the most consist-
ent ground gainer for his team and
should give many of the other teams
considerable trouble.
The lineup was as follows:
Soph Lits- Position Junior Lits
Leeder, Landis,'
'Lamport ......L.E.......... Striker
Pearman........LT.........Kerr
Scott ........L.G...... Underwood'
Ayers..........C........ Martin
Fisher........R.G.. ......Herman
MacPhee.......R.T............ Roodm
Randall..... .R.E........ Abbott
Surrell ......... Q......Cruikshank,
Danto
Hackett.......L.H......McCalluli
Geiger, Kahn. .R.H....... ..Hammer
Haveland,
Toutlaff... ..F.B...:......Henry
Touchdowns-Surrell, Hackett. I
If you want to Jearn to be a good
dancer, attend Prof. Mittenthal's ,danc-
ing school. Armory, Friday evenings.
Satisfaction guaranteed.-Adv.

Purdue
Lafayette, Oct. 29.-W. C. Speck, an
old Varsity guard, has returned to
assist Coach Scanlon groan the Pur-
due eleven for the coming Buckeye
clash. Work this week has consist-
ed of fast signal drills and scrimmag-
es in preparation for the M. A. C.
game Saturday
Wistonsiii
Madison, Oct. 29.-Scott and Jacobi,
who distinguished themselves as pre-
mier Badger ground gainers against Il-
linois last week, are being held idle to
nurse bruises. Both of these plung-
ers are ekpected to appear against
Minnesota Saturday.
Coach Richards considers his team'
in mid-season form but -is not let-
ting down on heavy training! Rains
of -the week "have hindered scrim-
mages.
Indiana
Bloormington, Oct. 29. - Electric
lights and the "ghost ball" have been
instituted by Coach Stiehm to offset
the disadvantages of the new time.
Much .time has been spent in devel-
*oping a satisfactory Hoosier de-
fense and the coach is, now turning
to a systematic perfection of score
getting machinery.
NOTICE
Mass Saturday, Nov. 1, "All Saints
Day"-at the Catholic Students Chap-
el. 7:30 A. M.-Adv.
Get the habitt Wear the shoe, of.
quality; otherwise stated, the CraWv-I
ford Shoe." Crawford shoes are carried,
at the Davis Toggery, 119-S. Main St.'
-Ady.
I Join Laschens Dancing Class at
Masonic Temple, Ypsilanti, Tuesday.
Bpginners, 7 to 8, private lessons 8 to
9, asemblies 9 to,42. Ike Fisher's mus-
ic. Ladies' lesens 25c each, men 75c.
Pay by the lesson.-Adv.

LIT;
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FRESH ENGINEER
The senior lits romped away wi
an easy contest yesteraay afterno(
when they made.their first appearan
against the freshman engineers, wi
ning by a score of 20 to 0. The gar
was not easy because the freshmf
failed to fight, for on several occasio
the yearlings threatened to score, b'
the backfield of the upperclassmf
always backed up the line enoul
to prevent their goal from belr
crossed.
To the backfield goes most of t'
credit on the offense, although t
line did display plenty of fight wlen
was needed most. Perrin, Walker, ai
Dunn to Funk, was eatable. Tv
starring for the seniors and" form
the best combination of backfield mf
seen in interclass competition th
year.
Forward passinrg was also a big fa
tor in the victory and the combinatic
Dunn and Funk, was unbeatable. Tv
of the 'scores were made on forwa
passes and the other one came wh(
Keck ,picked up a freshman fumt
and ran for a touchdown.
Curran and Iland, freshman bac
field men, showed up well despite
light line. In the line Smith and Joh
son did the most to mess up the pla
that come their way.
The lineup was as follows:
Seliy'r Lits Position Fresh
. Enginee
Funk.........L.E............ Smi
Olson'.......... L.T.........Ber
Million, Louks. .L.G.. Johnson, Pilch
Zapp .,. .........C........... Dew
Takabelle.. ..R.G.. ... . Ki
McAlpin .........R.T....... Anders(
Keck .........R.E.........Davids(
Dunn ............Q............. Ila:
Walker.... ..L.H......... Curri
Perrin .......R.H.... . . .. Smi
Messner.......F.B..... Lewis, Ro
Touchdowns-Funk, Keck, Perri
Goals from touchdown-Perrin (2).
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As early as 1900 thereN were
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your skill.
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