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November 07, 1919 - Image 3

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lines usually are, an(
vp a good scrap.

gas the Midway
as ready to' put




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f Coach Yost and Var-
Leland Schofield, 30
te Varsity football team
pecial train at 8 o'clock
igan Central this morn-
far Chicago. With the
ssistant coaches, cheer-
arsity band, and Clar-
ion trainer." The train
. the Windy City at 2
:ernoon and the men will
a Salle hotel, while in
nhldence Missing
feling of hopefulness in
t none of the members
are overconfident. The
hlcago in the Illinois
the spur needed to take
erconfidence that the
had, and make them
st ditch in the Michigan
n addition to the Wol-1
eing one of intense and
rivalry, Coach Stagg's
ig to stage a comeback
e of Michigan. The last
snd drive that Michigan
have, as was shown by
It week, will make the
I .more than aiiy other
ainst Chicago the 1Vich-
Ild make the fight o the
nt the Midwaytes from
hoped'for-revenge for
last year. -
either team in the game
ns a step nearer the top
ice. The team that wins
ice to cop the title in the
er Northwestern of Wis-
)hio State. 'A loss will
ilnate the losing eleven.
wn In Practice
.ractice, held Thursday
g but a considerable let-
e dills that have been
:he past few days. Kick-
id running back kicks
St part of the afternoon.,
Lien were brought bver
gridiron and all of the
given a chance in the
>locking practice that
roups of three and four
en were opposed to the
eakigg up the Chicago
'he first year men w'ere
ve, all afternoon, using
Yost expects Stgg to
e game Saturday. The
td no great trouble in
ays as they were called.-
ity players were not ac-
play they were on the
hing the formation and
on the outward aspect
eshmen were dismissed
,n through signals and
y pf the plays that are
the game. Most of the
iven a chalce to run
ormations before the
" day. Peach was tried
d gard, and as his in-
y thing - -the past, he
either of the two places.
bl ppt at end it would
ity eperieieed players
nities an4 'would put
Glenr ilrnn in the line.
plgye4 a great game at
eks 4p t i i e perience,
'Ig thing in pech fay-.
yet certain just where
at, u it is a fregonee
4 he will be il the Wol-
4wall w n the whistle

Coach Farrell's cross country team
will have their first chance to show
their worth against outside competi-
ftion in the state hill and dale race
-at Lansing 'tomorrow. -
Schimmel, Maynard, Burkholder,
Earle, Penberthy, and- Joseph will
make- up the Michigan team. These
men did the best work in the four'
and a half mile race last - Saturday1
and were therefore chosen to repre-
sent the University in the first con-
test of the season.
The team will leave Saturday morn-
ing at 7:48 o'clock on the interur-
ban car, arriving in Lansing at 10:28 .
The- race will 'be run off in the aft-
ernoon over a five mile course and
the men will probably return the same.
evening. (

Long runs by Richards won for the
dental. football eleven over the junior
lits yesterday by a decision of 20 to
:7. Both teams having lost one pre-
vious game, the literary aggregation
is crossed off the list of contenders
following this second defeat. The' den-
tists will continue battle for second
place in the fall tourney.
Dents First to Score
Scoring in yesterday's match start-
ed at the end of the first half when
Richards of the Dents broke away for
the first touchdown and kicked the re-
sultant goal. On a forward pass from
Thompson, Naylor who flanked the
left side of the victors' line, raced over
ofr a second flock of points during the
third period. Not satisfied with the
comfortable lead of- 13 to 0. Hinck-.

ens serve, but his success was tem-
porary. Stephens, by means of clever
placing and brilliant stroking, gained
a commanding lead of five games to
two. Here Angell again tightened
and won two games, thus bringing the
score to 5-4. Stephens, however, was
not to be -stopped and won his own
'service, thereby winning set and
Stephens is one of the most pr~n-
ising players seen on the campus in
a long time. Yesterday it was quite
evident that he had the edge on An-
gell. Throughout the tournament he
has played excellent tennis and it is
doubted if any of the remaining play-
ers will be able to stop him in the'
final round. His victories ,over An-
gell, Munz, and Borinstein make him
the favorite.
Riley and Doty advanced to the
semi-finals in the doubles. They de-
feated Burley and Munger 7-5, 6-2.
They now opose Bowers and Creedon
for the right to meet Borinstein and
Kelsey in the finals.
There are three matches scheduled'
for today. Christie will play Cole.
The winner will play Reindel in the
semi-finals at /3:15 o'clock.. In the
doubles Riley and Doty meet Bow-
ers and Creedon in the semi-final
Eight Men Qualify for Golf Mathees.
Eight men qualified in the Univer-
sity golf tournament and they have
been matched as'follows: A. L. Welch
vs. W. A. Gardner; H. Ingham vs. B.
Larned; G. V. Perkins vs. F. K. Steke-
tee; and J,. Wintersr-vs. Wm. Ingham.
Players should get in touch with their
oplionents and play an 18 hole match
by Sunday. The ' semi-finals .will be
played that day and the finals the fol-
lowing Sunday. Information may be
secured by , calling- A. L: ,Welch,

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Yesterday's practice consisted of a ley followed shortly with a 40 yard
fast race over a short course of -two contribution to the string of touch-
and a half miles. Steve seemed well -lowns, bringing the total to 24 points
pleased with the way in which his after the successful following kick.
pupils negotiated the shorter distance. Plungers of the third year lits found
occasional holes in the opposing de-
fense. but were unable to advance
CONERINC 0,10fl1b CRwith any degree of 'certainty. After
the interception of a dent pass by
- illinois Strykker, McCallum carried the ball
Urbana, Nov. 6.-Just at the cru- within striking distance ' of the
cial time Coach Zuppke's eleven has dental goal and captured the leather
gone into a noticeable slump. In the for a touchdown following a fumble
practice Tuesday night the freshman 'by one of his colleagues. This feat
team drove over the varsity goal llne plus the resultant kick saved the lit-
for an easy touchdown, by the useof erary eleven from a shut out.;
the Minnesota shift. Halfback Ken- ich ards Star of Contest ,
edy, of -the yearling team, was the fllback for thedents,
star of the scrimmage, and the regu stepped forth as the individual ground
lars found it impossible to stop him. gainer of theday and increased his
Leitch, star guard in 1918, and-' reputation by strong work on the de-
counted on to fill a guard or half-j fense. Naylor, Hartwell, Weiss, and
back, this year, was again injured. He IHlldrich performed creditably on the
had just recovered from a serious in-
jury, and it is thought that this will Strykker added most of the terri-
put him out for the rest of the year, tory totalled by the Juniors while Mc-
Dutch Sternaman, one-of the stars Qf Callum assisted in carrying the play
-the Chicago game, was in the prac- forward and booted out of danger in
tice again and played in the form that times of stress. Hen-ry at right tac-
made him an all-Western 'back last: ke displayed a good defensive game.
year. TheLineup
s Dents-Naylor, I. e.; Hartwell, 1. t.;
- Wisconsin .- Samuels, 1. g.; Tarlpff, c.; Wright, r.
Madison, Nov. 6.-Tiie first scrim-' g.; BIdrIch, r. t.; W 1ss, r. e.; Thomp-
wage since the disastrous Minnesota son, q.;, Hinckley, 1. h.; Wilson, r.
game was held yesterday amid a cold h.; Richards, f. b.
wind, laden with the first snow fall Junior lits-Hammer, 1. e.; Glas-
of the year. Poach Richards is now gow, 1. t.; Barkman, 1. g.; Martin, c.;
training his mhen -to meet the Ohio' Herman, r. g.; Henry, r. t.; Under-
State hampion aspwrants. In spite ood r. e.; ;Abbott, q.; McCallum, 1.
of the defeat that 'Minnesota handed -.; entecost, r. h.; Strykker, f. b.
STouchdowns --- -Richards, -Naylor,
out, if the Badgers can win the two Tchdoy, . .icars N r,
remaining games they will be in a 'Hinckley, McCallum. Goals from
,position to claim the Conference ti-1 touchdowns, Richards 2, Mc~allum.
tle. To do this the coach is putting
great emphasis- on the line, as it was'CLOSE NET MATCH .
the failure of the line to hold that VON BY STEPHENS
lost last Saturday. The Badger lead- -
er is depending on his two stellar In the most keenly fought match
ends, Meyers and Weston, to, stop the, of all the tournament, Stephens elim-
.sweeping end runs of Harley, and if mated Angell in the semi-final round
his line can hold and prevent the of the iet tourney yesterday after-
plunges' of Stinchcomb and Willama'n, noon. The score was 1-13, -4.
there should be a favorable score for This victory places Stephens in the
the Wisconisin clan. final round,

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Any game which is interesting
enough to afford real Re-crea-
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decent srroundings. ,
Most young men prefer,gaxues
like billiards for their leisure;
hours. If you are interested is
the welfare of young men, you
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You will find that this is a
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Last night's'basketball workout con-
sisted chiefly of practice' in passing.
Coach Mather has done little/ so far
ut emphasize this phase of the
game. He believes- that the men must
learn to handle the ball well before,
they can be taught the more advanc-
ed phases of -the game,
About 45 candidates have been turn-
ing out regularly for the practices
Tuesday and Thursday evenilgs. Be-
ginning tomorrow, another workout
will be held every week from 10 to
12 o'clok Saturday morning. This
schedule of three practices a week
will be continued until after the end
of the football season, when more in-
tensive training will begin.
The prospects are fairly good so
far. Captain Rychener, Weiss, Wil-
tson, and Williams, of last year's squad,
are eligible, while Loring and Wick-
ham, who were not awarded letters
last year, are also out. The absence
of Borinstein, Karpus, and Cohn will
be keenly felt, however.

Play In this match was resumed
with Angell serving and the score at
11 games all. The contest started out
with a bang. There was an exchange
of services and the score "went to 12
and 13 gaunes all. At this point
Stephens succeeded in breaking
through Angell's service. Them, by
winning his own delivery, won the
first set 15-13.
In the second set, Stephens got the
jump, and led at three games love.
Angell then braced and took Steph-

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