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'FOR TRIAL RUN

E PLA

Use Northwestern Shifts to
Team Learn how to
Stop Them
AGAIN IN REGULAR
UP AT PIVOT POSITION
'y's varsity football pra-ctice
ired by defensive work
e strong' freshman eleven.'
ngs-were given the ball and
ncture holes in the'varsity

On account of the rain and the wet
ground no run was held by Coach Far-
rell's cross-country runners Wednes-
day night. The regular mid-week dis-
tance race was taken by the entire
squad over the Geddes course Thurs-
day.
This was the last real run before
the elimination race that will be heW
Saturday. Several of the men have
covered the distance in good time and
all advance dope on the trial at 10:30
o'clock tomorrow Morniung points to
severe competition and fast time.
The race Saturday morning is for the
purpose of selecting a six man team
to send to M. A. C. on Nov. 8. ''his
same team goes to the event with Il-;
linois Nov. 15, and to the Conference
run the last of the month. No captain
has been elected for the team, but aft-
er the trial Saturday a leader for the

NORTHWESTERN TO STR
RE TURN OF INJURED PLAYERS
GR EATLY STRENGRENS
LINEUP
Jackson, Oct. 30 (Special).-North-
western's football squad arrived in
Jackson early this morning to com-
plete training for the clash with
Michigan Saturday. A final prac-
tice will be held this afternoon on the
Michigan-Canadian League baseball
field and 'the Purple squad, 35 strong,
will travel to Ann Arbor by special
interurban tomorrow morning.
Veteran Backfield to Play
Reinforced for the first time this
year with a veteran backfield Coach
Charles W. "achman of Northwestern
is optimistic over his chances of de-

EATHER HINDERS
TENNIS ONCE MORE

Although the first year men did not
exactly, puncture holes in the Yost-
men's line, they did get away with
some substantial gains. Dunphey and.
Banks of the yearlings were respon-
s'ible for most of these. Few passes
were tried, but the Varsity secondary
defense managed to break up all that
were attempted, which is an encour-
aging sign. It will be remembered
that when the freshmen scrimmaged
the first squad two weeks ago they
got away with no less than 10 aerial
heaves.
Varsity .Lineup Strong
The Varsity lineup was a strong one
and will. very probably be the one to
start against Northwestern next Sat-
urday. Dunne and Hugh Wilson were.
at the ends, Goetz and Louks at the
tackle positions, Fortune and Peach
handled the guard jobs and Culver
was at center. Sparks, Weston, Cruse
and Vick made up the backfield. Later
in the afternoon Johnson replaced
Peach at right guard and Glenn Dunn
went in for Fortune, while .Magrath
took Wilson's pl^ce at right end. Hen-
derson also got a chance at Goetz'
tackle position, ,
The freshmen used the plays that
Northwestern is expected to employ.
The Varsity succeeded in stopping
mostof the plays, but one formation
that the yearlings used seem to both-
er Yost's protegees. In this play seven
men lined up back of center and sud-
denly shifted to one side just before
the ball was snapped. Until the mo-
ment the ball was put into play it was
impossible to tell where the play was
coming. The fresh backs made several
good galin's from this formation. Sim-
ple criss-crosses also fooled the Var-
sity once in a while.
Yost Drills In Defense

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squad will be picked by the men that feating Michigarhi For the first time
qualify. this year the Purple coach will be
able to. tse at one time Captain, Koeh-
ALL-LAWS WIN FROM DENTS ler, Ellingwood, Peyton and Bright-
BY SPURT IN EXTRA PERIOD mire, Koehler, .full back, and Elling-
wood, right half back, were All-West-
Long passes and frequent fumbles ern men in 1917 'but have beero out
were the outstanding features of the of the big games this year on ac-
game that the All-Laws took from the count of injuries. Tomorrow the pair
Dents 20 to 7. The Dents had no will be in excellent shape and North-
troube Lgaining'in mid-field but lacked western is expected to show a re-
the punch to carry the ball over when versal of form.
near the' Laws' goal. The Laws gain- Tfe Methodists have been badly
ed steadily and won by a spurt in the handicapped this year because of the
overtime period, when they ran over absence of a veteran quarter but will
two touchdowns. be fortified in this position, fob,
Richards, dent half, was the star of Brightmire, 1916 and 1917 regular who
:he game, making most of the ground has been sick all year, will be back
that' his team gained, and getting a t his old noit and in excellent physi-
good half of his teamrs tackles. Cohn cal condition.
and Brown were the law stars. Weiss Liie Strong r Than Formerly
scored the first counter for the Dents The Northwestern line also will be
in the second quarter when he fell on much stronger than in any game this
the ball over the goal line after year because of the return of Turner

Again bad weather interrupted play
in the fall tennis tournament. The
Angell-Stephens match scheduled for
Thursday afternoon had to be postpon-
ed because of the wet colditign of the
(courts. This contest will now be
staged this afternoon, the winner go-
ing into the finals.
Even the cement court was covered
with small pools of water. By the
jpplication of brooms, however,
enough water was removed to per-
mit Sanchez and Reindel to play off
their third and deciding set. Dark-
ness had caused a halt to this match
on Tuesday. Reindel managed to win
the final set after a hard struggle. The
score was 5-7, 6-4, 6-3. This places
the winner in the semi-finals with
Angell and Stephens.
In the doubles a number of defaults
were made. It was absolutely impos-
sible to hold these matches any longer.
The other matches in the singlet sched-
uled for this afternoon are as follows:
Christie vs. Friedmlan at:2:15 o'clock.
Cole vs. winner of Christie-Friedman
match at 3:30 o'clock. The double
schedule is announced as follows:
Bowers and Creedon vs.-ammer and
Hammnond; Chipman and Stuart vs.
Gour n and Friedman; Cochran and
Irving vs. Sanchez and Gregory.
Thursday's results follow: Singles:
Reindel defeated Sanchez 5-7, 6-4, 6-3.
Doubles: Riley and Doty defeated op-
ponents by default; Burley and Mun-
'er defeated Pareira and Christie by de-
fault; Cochran afd Irving defeated
Sutton and Stephens by default.
"Fair and Warmer" and Santrey's
Jazz Band-Fri.-Sat.-Arcade. 50c.
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The Packard Dancing Academy
opens under new management Satur-
day night. Best of nmusic, and all
par.ic chaperor.ed. 1:very Friday and
Saturday night .the .ialance of the
year.-Adv.
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Kane's punt had been blocked. TheI
Dents held this lead until the mid-
dle of the fourti. quarter, when Cohn
went-over after a -series of line
plunges. Cohn kicked goal. He re-
peated early in the over-time perod,
and just before the end of the game
Doyle, Law end, fell on a blocked punt
for the final score. No goal was at-
tempted.
Lineup Laws-1. e. Storrer, Brown,
1. t, Freeman, 1 .g. Loring, c. Planck,
r. g. Phillips, r. g. Kendall, a. t. Ken-
nedy, r. e. Wolf, Doyle, q. Johnson,
1. h. Kane, r. h. Dalton, f. b. Cohn.
Dents-r.. e. Weiss, Bellinger, r. t.
Hartwell, r. g. Samiels, c. Tarloff,'
1.. g. Wright, 1. t. Teal, 1. e. Naylor,
q. b. Thompson, 1. h. Richards, r. h.
Hannah, f. b. Hinckley.

Yost spent a large part of the time
in showing the linemen how to stand
back from the ball on the defen'sife
so that they could see where the
attack was coming and then rush in
to meet it. Goetz and Vick did strong
'work backing up the line while Wes-
ton nailed everything that came his
way.
Culver was seen in action for the'
first time in quite a while and showed
up well. The big boy is not out of the
fight for the center job by any means
This workout with the freshmen
lasted about half an hour. During
the rest of the afternoon, the players
were given the usual drill in charg-
ing, blocking, and running through
signals. The ghost ball and the lights
were employed after. dark as will be
the case from now on.
(oach Taking No Chances
't is evident from the hard practice.
hessions t which Yost i submitting
his men that he is taking no chances
with the Purple contest. With the re-
turn of Captain Koehlerand sBright-
mire to the. squad, the Northwestern
aggregation is almost twice as strong
as the eleven which Chicago trampled
under foot 41-0. That the Wolverines
have a stiff contest on their hands
next Saturday is certain and Yost is
not going- to lose through any lack of
preparation.
first Soceor Praetice This 4.teriioon
Pl ans for soccer football for this
year were discussed at a meeting held
4n Lane hail last Wednesday eyening
Vit iWich 30 men i1nterestld ir the
rugby footba4 anwWle fled out. It
has been arranged to hold practices
at 3 o'clock this afternoon down at
Ferry field and tomorrow morning at
10 o'clbck, at which times all men in-
terested in soccer should appear. An-
other - neeting of soccer players will
o\
Make the~-Packard daices a habit.
Open under new management Satur-
day, an4 every Friday ' and Saturday
the re.t of the year. Only the best of
' a8 nrties chbaper'oned.-Adv
food looking of course! It's a
Cluett-Peabody shirt. Davis Toggery
Shop, 119 S. Main St.-Adv.
3 ve your typewriting done by Kel-
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INTERCLASS SCHEDULE

to tackle and Welderquist to guard.
These men also have been handicap-
ped with injuries.
Northwestern alumni in this section
of Michigan plan to attend the game
in a body and a special train will
bring the delegation from Detroit on
Saturday. Three coaches filled with
students and the Purple band will
reach Ann Arbor Saturday morning to
root for the visitors..
SOP1O1MORE ENGINEERS TAKE
CONTEST FROM '23 LITS, 6-0
One touchdown was all that the
1 sophomore engineers put ove of the
freshman lits, ,the final score being 6
to 0. The lone counter came in the
second period when Robins caught a
forward pass and went over. No goal
was kicked..
Dallavo and Bailer stood out for
their excellent wor for the fresh-
men, both on offense and defense. Bai-
ley was the big ground gainer and
Dallavo broke up many of the engi-
neers; plays.
Robins completed several passes,
and Miller gained a great deal of
ground for the ,sophomores. Hobbs and
Hobi played well in the line.
Lineup sophomore engineers-. e.
Hobbs, 1. t. Rosenfield, 1. g. Van Du-
sen, c. -Gilbert, r. g. Ringsett, r. t.
Hobi, r. e. Robins, q. b. Page, 1. h. Ben-
son, r. h. Rowan, f. b. Miller.
Fresh lits-1. e. Heroes, 1. t. Sut-
ton, 1. g. Twining, c. Satterweight, r.
g. Connell, r. t. Beam, r. e. Dallavo,
n. b. Crease, 1. h. Bailey, r. h. Litch-
enburg, f. b. Rice.
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All-medics vs. junior lits.
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All-medics vs. junior engineers.
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-Adv.
If you want to learn to be a good
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Watching a game is fun, we'H
admit. And everyone is WEL-
COMEI to watch the bowlers at
our alleys, as often as they like.
But to get real benefit from
bowling you must ROLL YOUR
OWN. (With apologies to the
Bull Durham folks.)
Ruskin said : "If you want
pleasuve youmust toil for it."
Bowling is a most beneficial ex-
ercise and the real pleasure and
benefit comes from playing-not
watching.
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