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nreliable nature
on the basis of
demonstrated in
s season,, Michi-
urned. to Ferry
its preparations
e Wins
>r should be al-
defeat. It was
>f a better team.
riously threaten
Stagg had a

Stroig teamwork won for the soph
lits football team yesterday over the
fresh lits by a count of 6 to Q in an
overtime scrap.
Lack of concerted action cost the
yearlings failure to score on possi-
bilities which outnumbered those of
their second year rivals and conquer-
End runs by Doliavo and the line
plunging of Bailey counted gains for
the freshmen. A long pass to Dudek
added further vengeance to the losers'
offense. Sutton featured on the left
side defense of the line.
Toutloff proved the consistent
ground gainer of the victors, while
Hackett broke loose for one good run
of 40 yards. Seagere at center annoy-
ed the opposing offense by breaking
through for tackles behind the fresh
line. Kahn also played a good game
on the defense.

,eons as before the war. The officers
elected were: :President, J. M. O'Day;
vice-president, Fred Lawton; secre-
tary, John R. Watkins. The meeting
was one of the largest ever h'eld by
the club. Otto Kirchner, Walter
AS- Oxtoby, Charles Hughes and James
( S-K. Watkins spoke, and, Selden R.
Dickinson Led the singing ,and cheer


sed by t
linois the
game wi
The W
rthing wi
the Midw
son and

he de- The Lineup
e week ! Soph lits-Randall, 1. e.; Fisher, 1.
th un- t.; Scott, Crino, 1, g.; Seager, c.;
Volver- Arn, Ayers, r. g.; Fitzpatrick, r. t.;
1, b'ut Leader, r. e.; Surrell, q.; Toutloff,
ith the Kahn, 1. h.; Hackett, r. h.; Haviland,
vay ag- f. b.
other Fresh lits-Bonfield, Rice, t. e.; Sut-
artling ton, 1..t.; Meyers, 1. g.; Fraleigh, c.;
g team Winkler, Connell, r. g.; Steinke, Twin>
Their ing, r. t.; Dudek, r. e.; Kreis, q.;
proved Bailey, 1. h.; O'Neil, r. h.; Dollavo,
e for- '. b.
Confer- I vT'rVD!rT A cQ ' TTXT,

With the cross country race against
Illinois set for this coming Saturday,
Coach Farrell is tuning his men up
for the contest. Trials are being run
this afternoon for the purpose of se-
lecting four men for running- part-
ners to Burkholder and Schimmel.
These two men are sure of their plac-
es on the team. Promising material
is available and Michigan should send
a strong team against the Illini.
Six to Make Trip
The coach is taking six mien with
him for this race. In all probability,.
they will leave with the football squad.
In order that they may witness the
gbidiron struggle, the race is to be
run at 10:30 o'clock Saturday 'morn-
ing. The course will be five miles,
which is just a mile and a half long-
er than 'that run at Lansing last.
In the race at M. A. C. this past
Saturday, a little tough luck robbed.
the men of an excellent chance to
win. Burkholder and Schimmel who
have won every race they ever en-
tered here at Ann Arbor, were run-
ning along in the first four the en-
tire stretch. About a half mile from
home, Schimmel, in passing another
man, stumbled and wrenched his knee,
thus being forced to drop out.
Hard Luck at M. A. C..
Burkholder was running Wilcox a
very close second. On the home
stretch he spurted and was about to
pass him. He tripped on Wilcox's heel
and fell. In the meantime two other
men\ passed him. He finished fourth
with his knees full of cinders. In-
cidentally tie first four finished with-
in five seconds of each other.
Both Michigan and M. A. C. have
won two legs on the cup. If either,
-of these schools wins it next spring,
it becomes the permanent property of
that team. Although somewhat the
worse for their fills last Saturday,
Burkholder and Schimmel should ' be
in shape for the 'cross country jaunt
against Illinois.

Play in the final round of the ten-
nis tournament will probably take
place on Wednesday. By virtue of
winning their respective halves in the
draw, Stephens and Cole will fight it
out for the cup. Both men have elim-
inated some excellent players ii the
course of the tourhhament and a good
match should result when they come
The doubles is still delayed at the
semi-final round. Riley and Doty play
Bowers and Cre don. The winner will
meet BorinsteiA and Kelsey in the
final round. The former match should
be played today so that the finals may
be disposed of on Wednesday.

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Osts .An interclass cross country meet,
ters something new in the line of athletic
tur, competition at the University, will be
iugh held Saturday- afternoon. The scarcity
of material for the Varsity cross coun-
roon try team and, the lack of interest has
ares- caused the Athletic association to take.
sutly this step to stimulate interest in this
Big branch of sport.
The competition'will take place be-
tween the freshman, sophomore, junior,
and senior classes regardless 'of the
ially departments and numerals will be
ator awarded to the six men on the winning;
ting team. Besides the chance to win num-
erals those competing have a chance
ught to win a cup which will be awarded
e of to the individual winner of the run.
rears All those desiring to try out can
rthe leave their names at the Athletic as-

If you'aren't satisfied, we can't be.
We make "Portraits that Please" you
at Derr Studio.-Adv.
Fun, good health, good nature
and good cheer are always in
evidence when bowlers meet.
When exercise takes the form
of play it is worth hours of grim
calisthenics with the dumb-
Keep fit. Keep in trim. Stu-
dents must take care of their
health, or the danger of break-
down is ever present.
Get in the game today.
Billiards and Bowling, -Cigars
and Candles. Cigarettes & Pipes.
"We try to treat you Right"

Blossom Sh

Honor The Men
Who Won The War

Wear. a Flower


this Saturday
hard 6ne for
not conceded
y any means,
off their guard
tered a smart-
g's men k5new
The team
aturday was a
in that which

sociation offices as soon as possible.
Ftour. class managers are being ap-
pointed and they will take charge of
the list of .entries later. The freshmen
have already been out practicing and
it is epected that the other classes
- ill be quick to follow in order to
make the run next Saturday afternoon
a success. Any men who make an es-
pecially good showing will be used
by Coach Farrell on the Varsity ciross
country team.

Members of the University of Mich-
igan club met at a luncheon Wednes-
day at the Hotel Cadillac, elected offi-
cers and decided to hold weekly lunch-


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ly On account of the interest display-
he led by vahious fraternities in the or-
st ganization of a fall football series, Di-
- rector Mitchell has announced that
such a league will be formed under
of his auspices if eight teams are entered
n- by Thursday night.
id In case the stated number of elev-
ce ens are entered, no time will be lost
ts with prelminaries and play will be-
k- gin with straight elimination con-
ve '.tests, Saturday. A cup is promised to
the winner of the series by the in-
tramural department. k
d- If this league does not attract suf-
- ficient numbers, a 'few rivalries will'
n be settled informally by fraternities
Lot that have already organized teamas.-

in wor
aay hai

s Weaknesses
about football hea
s week will see se
shifts. It has be(
time that Yost is n
th the lineup as
efore, it is more thc
hicago game reveal
to Hurry-Up whi
e remedied by rea


a of yesterday morning left
rery muddy which made the
v for the varsity footballers
e long practice session. De-
hard game Saturday, Yost
men through a long work-
day. The usual combination
g, blocking, kicking, pass-
ignal practice took up the
rtion of the afternoon. A
mmage was also indulged in
a more to get the men fa-
h the plays than in the light
rough and tumble affair.
e Hosiery means longer
ro runs. Guaranteed longer
vis Toggery Shoppe, 119 So.
Country Club tickets will be
the main corridor of U-Hall,

Seniior lits vs. Soph engineers.
Dents vs. Senior engineers.
For Students' Dancing Classes. The,
classes for the second series of les-
,sons to be given in the 'Old Union
Dancing Hall are now being formed.
By the special request of a number
of domatory and sorority girls, the
advanced class has been changed so
as to meet from seven-fifteen to eight-
fifteen on Tuesday and Thursday eve-
nings this ,term, so as not to con-
flict with House meetings. - The be-
ginners' class will be held at the same
hour on Monday and Wednesday.
University and, School of Music
,women wishing to enroll should do so
this afternoon from- 3:00 to 5:30 in'
Newberry Hall.
Men students enroll at the' same
time in the Old Union Bldg.
The classes are exclusively for Uni-
versity men and women, and are con-
ducted and managed by Miss D. Moses,
Sch. of M., and M. L. Moses, '20 lit.-

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