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COMEBACK

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. ._ ._._ I!! lY zr~r S~nl 1 wE

HOW THEY COMPARE IN THE PROBABLE LINEUP

UICHIGAN

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NORTHWESTERN

No. Weight Player Position
1 22 185 Dunne......... L.E.
1 185 Goetz, (Capt.) . ....
r5 7 198 F~ortune ........ L.G..,
36 190 Culver......... C....
2 215 Dunn.......... R.G..
24 190 Czsyz.......R. T..
l 12 180 Magrath....... R.R..
E , 5. 158 Sparks..........Q.
11 150 Weston... ..H.;.
-~ 3 160. Cruse .......... R.HI..
19 180 Vick........... F.B..
1e Officials-Walter Eckersall, referee;

n Player
...L. Bernard
.....Turner'
Weiderquist
......Knight
.Penfield
....Lassiter
.C. Bernard'
...Brightmire
..Ellingwood"
.~Lane
Koehler (Capt.)
A. Haynes, Yale,

Weight,
169
185
190
201
185
198
171
150
165
1s0
185
'umpire;

No~
12
34
28
1
31
25
13
2
14:
".

TENNIS SERIES SLOWED
BY SHOWERS OF WEEK
TRIO FROM SINGLES REACH SEMI-
FINALS; DOUB LES ARE
LAG4GING
Continued rains during the past
week have, played havoc with the
schedule in the fall tennis tourna
ment. The finals, originally planned
for last Wednesday, are noV Impos-
sible before Monday. Play in the low-
er half has reached the semi-flnals.
Only one man from the upper halft o
the card has advanced that far. Three
then are left to fight it out for the
fourth place in the bracket before the
fnals,

tory' is due to Clark of the seniors_ ened and all the attempts
who played a defensive game that goal 'failed.
would have done credit to the Varsity. Bt crs eemd
The lineups were as follows: Sen- half. McCallum left half
or' englneers-l.e., Anderson; 1. t., Medics made the touchd4
Shae.; 1. g., Dubuque; c., Glatzel; rg. Wetzel kicked the ball1
IHarmnes; r. t, Abell; r. e., Buck; q. b, posts for the juniors' fiel
Goodal; 1. h., Haigh, r. li.; McKenzie; Adams and Culvert for
f. b., Clark. were the two linesmen
Sophoimore Tits-1. e., Randall, Me- most to keep the engineers
Phee; I. t., McPhee; Twersky; 1, g , ing any long gains. Cler
Fitzpatrick, Fisher; c., Ayers; r. g., ing quarter-back for the j>
Burns; r. t., Scott; r, e., Leaders; q, ed a good game, making
b., Surrell; 1. h., Geiger; r. h., Hack- gains as well as displayin,
ett; Lf.b., Hanland. j or generalship.
The line-ups were as fi
EI TE M SIS iMedics-l.e. Stlnison, 1. t
g. Joseph, c. Kudner,,r. g.
BY 'THREE POINTS. Culvert, r. e. Ireland, q. t
h.McCallum, r. h. Towsly,
By otplyin ther oponnts Junior engineers-1. e.
By ouplayng teir ppon nts , . g. Lent, c. Ward,
throughout th~e entire game, the All- ly .t hea, .e
Medics su~cceeded in winning Friday's leer.ts. Sade.g
gridiron contest from the junior C louet, . b. ading,

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G. Durfee, Williams, field judge; F.H. Young, Illinois
linesman. Time of quarters,, 15 minutes.,
Game starts at 2:30 o'clock Central standard time,

Wesleyan, head

'thing to
ra 1919

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'

urple team
chance to

t'

Dunn is down as right guard. Czysz
is slated to play right tackle, while
Rye's place will be filled by Ma-
grath, though there is a possibility of
Hugh Wilson going in instead of the
former tackle.

FARRLL TO PICK( TEAM
FROM>TODAY'S WINNERlS

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during tho Northwesern has a great line, at
the (return least on paper. The Bernard broth-
form the ers at ends are going well this year
Ans. and from tackle to tackle thlere is no
Ck8lack of brawn, m~ight at center tipe
ouch, Pack 'the scales at 201 and has an edge of
was beaten It pournds over Culver, hie impiedi-
g4lmr. byatrete opponent. The Wisonsin backs
t~d Laercould do very little int the way of
it to Phil- plungipg and that team is rioted ohief-
alth.y buf- ly for its smashing characteristics. In
ia~ team, spite of the feet that Chieago beat
that same their neighbors by a large score, that
eand then is npt a true index qf the strength of
where the the Purple as severaj M614 Who till
Ssalutary start agalngt Michigan today were
~hos rep .it ln against the Windy City aggre-
gseptfoot gation. Koehler went throuh the
igsg llWisegn§in ftwar4d dfense for igu-
Et at th;e merous and healthy gains and E'ling-
Eas~t Lan- wood and Lane~ are not wea~littgs.
athe field - 'rgt~r ~p'u
;y. bet has The additipu qf a gpq4 quarterback
he dtohs is the best stroke that could haye Bap-
nti[, some- pened to the Evailstan eleven. Bach-
3 the tean, man had a goad tem withouxt Bright-
rtaki ng a- mire, and with him }iu he has one of
turnp and th togest teams ill the O fQI1-
one day's once, and a m~.phine that can make
rest of the 'any oppoent extend to th@ limit to

ICdoss

COUNTRY CANIDATE S
RPT ON EVE OF_
SAVE

Michigan should have all the ad-
'vantage in kicking, and if Sparks
performs up to his standard of the
0. S. U. game it will take some hard
'work on the part of the Northwestern
backs to recover fo Cliffs' gainson
punting.
This time t @ Wlverin@ line has
the adyantagp iu weight.On the line,-
up as given gut thq liB wll avr
ago 1 2 pounds a g it 4 71 der
Northw~tern. bckfield show
a mar~inal Difference of qua-h~lf
pound, the ppiit faygriuq the vtd
'itor§,
Passiuig will probably feature the
afternopn's battle. It is likely that
Michigan} will rgj hiy ~ ta
.football tedayv last aturdayls effots
'prgvirng i" titl~s ,/ while ahl~r flr
the visiting team is e@pect@ un-11
cork come long throwi. The Norfh
western ends are'reputed to have great
adhesive faculties relative to the float'-'
ing pigskin and the chances are that
their talents will be given an 'airing
on Ferry field.

Michiggn's oroas country team
which will meet Al. A. C. next Satur-.
dlay will b@ determined this morning
by a competitive run over a four and
one-half mile coupe. The first six
men to finish Will represent the Maize
and flue in the contest against the
Aggie runners.
ole tars at 10:34
The h arriers Must .be at Waterman,
gy3 ready ,to run at 10 30 o'clock.
~tartipgx rOm the gym the course goes
out Geddes avenue Vand returns again
@4 uller @t?"@@t. There will he 4hout
1~ eqnt4ant§ 4:40it is expected that
the race Will be close. The moat
promising candidates are Purcell,
Nqwlen, Burkholder", Joseph, L74rle,
:.arson, Tukiiis, fatty,' Fehiw,,
Marshlhl, Ventres, larhart, Peinber-
thy; Wheeler, an~d Maynard. It is
probable that the toan will he 1,m
,posed of runners from this list.
The team that will b@ iioked today
will net necesggrily be the one which
will represent Michigan all season.
During the pourse of the practice
runs if any men. show up better than
those who are, already on the teaiua
they will replace the slower T,,Wpetj;
tors. Just at present 3 ouglaa who
w~fs considea tube one of the main-
atY. of. the squa4 earlier in the ae
sort is suffering fr~omxiaat e bvutse
and will be, unable, t run tis morn-
449g. H ' i~1 beable to get haek; tq
w,or4 somHe time next week, howev-er,
and should be to good hbape aggin
shortly tharte*,.. i
4Reat Aroered rsl1ntiitio
yesterday all cfio4* Puntry rnnersa
wae e Y've Tat .:ft"~A the usual
wwIk ut-, Qoach yi'el also thought
it would be WINe to let the men who
ale t§ rqt ii uorning have a''little
PUP ntrom the hilt and dale spot
99 that they would-be in the pink 3
condition for today's race,
It is expected that m o ef the har-
riers will accomplish the four and a
half miles ja kiss thanl 30 minutes,,I
Thy wet roads will retard thei ed-
csj, derablyr, however, gA~i it will not.
be 14) th~, wunvi discredit ..it the
The~ Pack axrd, Davaok* Academny
open~s urs,,*r. n% managemenat Eatuitr.
clay iigyh,. Bejat of"iau-istoa4 at))
ratlrdayn g11,6 4h, '«it~z"Q ethe
faubicribe to the Miebigan Daily.

Angell vs. Stephens
Angell and, Stephens will' meet to
decide who %,hall represent the lower
section of the draw in the-last round.
This -match should be one of the best,
in the 'tournament.' Both' men have*
been playing excellent tennis. steph-'
ens, by his victory over Munn, the
summer school champion, is a slight
favorite@ althoug'h Angiehl hgs elitnin-
14ted his opponents In a ?muclq More
decisivo astiont.
Play in th@ upper halt has been n,
aYPidlbjy held p. Iplnel has
re&+che@the s mfinal round h ut who
his oppouen~t shal-be for the right to
contest in the finals lies between three
men.. Christie meets F~riemnan in the
third round. Th@ winner p10;% Dole
In the 'fourth round. The winner here,
in turn plays IReindel in the semi-
Ten ILeft In lDoubles
41 the doubles, play nas progressed
WTy slowly.. There, are still 10 teams
left in the running, six of which have
reached the round before the semi-
finals. Bur pstein and Kelsey nmake
A Yery formidable team, Thus far
they have disposed of their oppcsition
with little difficulity. th rtearns of
equal 'strength are Wo be touitd .tt
in the race,
lt is no believed that the 'clay
eOurts will be dry for use this morn-
ing. On the cement court, however,
Christie will meet Friedmran. The
winner will 'then opPose Cole. Those
are, the only paches, schedu~led for
the day,,'

giees y ascre of 6 to 3. 'iThe
doctors showed themselves in better
form and the engineers iId not havre
a chance to score a touchdown. Be-
sides the one time that they did score
the Medics had one other opportu-
nity but the opposing' line tight-

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PICTURE FRALMING

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SENIOR ENiGINEERS
KICK °TO VICTORY
I spite the fact that they were, out-.
,played ,for almost the entire contest,
the senior engineers ' managed to de-
.feat the sophomore fits by the close
scoe of 3 to 0.- Four or five
'times the sophomores. had the ball
within Sie yarns of their opponents'
goal' line but in each instance the
leather was lost by fumbled or,, on
.dow~s. That the sophoraores had the
stronger team is shown by the fact'
that the -senior eould only make first
down but. ee
Tj seniors scored earWy in the.
Wszne when Haigh, kjlteoa, pretty
'drop kick for a $4~W goal. In the re-,
mainder of thto game the sopohon'ipres
were the offensive land. due to
r4*ay good. gains, eQsjieeally by
Hackett, the bale wascaxried down
the field re2pea d but the punch was
lackh .4,, earry it over. McPhee and,
Jamrs played the best of the soph. line-
A. great deal of credit for the vim

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