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NUCLEUS

irst football game is de -
a stiff tussle if reports
e tos be credited. The
titution boasts a better
ual this season with no
veterans in the regu-
of the strength of this
ggregation may be gain-
fact that Houriet, who
lar quarter during the
is now only a sub back.
emembered as the man
orward in the first ver-
11 game ever played in
mnasium two years ago
an beat Case .24 to 20.
ckfield Strong
eam is especially strong
dd. Captain McCune at
played two seasons and
use the Michigan for-
deal of worry. Hale and
two halves, are both
former having played
the latter in 1916. Lit-
of Duering, who is play-
but if he can keep
>f the backfield he must
>ds. Besides whom is
he pitcher' who worked
I FMichigan last spring
h games.
Veterans in Line
.re Domizi and Town,
in, while the tackle po-
ing held down by Gett-
C. Wood, who played in
17. Finklestein at left
Iwards at center played
.t C. D. Wood at right
ing for the first time in
cles.
outfit will probably ar-
o get a' little practice
night's rest before the
e Ohio men are all in
ne should be a hard one
pls, for seldom, if ever
he Cleveland team pre-
a strong front.
rth Co. for laboratory
ext to Orpheum theatser.

A large number of sophomore and
freshman relay men are expected at
Ferry field this afternoon. Carl
Johnson has been selected coach of'
the underclassmen and the Varsity
star has promised a novel event by
arranging for the running of this
annual race during the intermission
between the halves of the Ohio State
football game, October 25.
Numerals will be awarded the ath-
letes on the performance shown ina
this mace. Many of Michigan's bright-
est stars have first achieved notice
in this event.
Johnson ann'ounced that /practice
would start promptly at 4 .o'clgck so
as not to interfere with the Yost-
men. Lockers will be furnished the
tryouts free of charge and it has
been deemed advisable that all men
report outfitted with woolens.
Cross Country
ien Called Out
With a series of several brilliant
meets scheduled for the coming cross
country track season, Coach Farrell
is wasting no time in marshalling his
forces for the year. He has issued'
an urgent call to all students aspir-
ing to this branch of athletics to ap-
pear at Waterman gym this after-
noon ready for work.
While the program of battles for the
fall has not as yet been definitely
settled upon, it is practically certain
that in addition to the two custom:,
ary dual meets, the Wolverines will
be given an- opportunity to test their
strength in the big Conference meet
and a scrap with M. A. C.
There has been a great deal of
interest expressed as to the proba-
ble winner of the Harphan trophy
this year. This signal honor has
been awarded the best cross country
man for several years. It was won
by Sedgwick in the fall of 1917 and
was taken by Hoffstetter last year.
Hoffstetter is expected to return this
semester although he has not yet re-
ported.
Coach Farrell expects a large num-
ber of excellent men to turn out and
has announced that freshmen are not-
ineligible except in the Big Ten meet.
Lockers will be furnished tryouts free
of charge except in the case of fresh-
men.

U I UHLU L U blit
TEAM LISHTWOR UT
SQUAD ENLARGED BY REPORTING
OF THREE NEW CAN.
IDIDATE S
With a cold rain drizzling on Fer-
ry field Tuesday, Coach Yost did not
attempt work on the main gridiron,
but confined his athletes to an after-
noon of blocking, tackling and gen-
eral work on the area south of the
club house.
Cliff Sparks, behind the line of one
squad, went through a successful
I practice at hurling passes to Dunne
and Weston. The fast little quarter
showed unusual accuracy and dis-
tance in his hbndling of the slippery
pigskin while his teammates accus-
tomed themselves to pulling down the
long ones.

His weak hip received a setbackj
which will keep him out of action}
for at least a few days. Froemke, who+
has been on the sick list followingI
the injury to his shoulder last Sat-
urday, was in fighting costume again1
but took an easy workout. Peach
remained on the inactive list and it
is not known definitely when he will'
get back to his end job.]
Boyd to Help Coach
Al Boyd, who has joined the coach-
ing staff and has been out several
times, donned a uniform yesterday
and assisted Allme dinger in tufor-
ing the linemen..
The last few minutes of practice,
were used for signal work in which
Sparks went in as quarter. Eades and
Weston as halfbacks and Mike Knode
at fullback. The line which ran
through the number work was es-
sentially the same as that which
Yost used in his last scrimmages, Rye
taking Peach's flank position during1
his absence.
RiY3LOND R. BE ARIDSLEY, EX-'19,
TRACKKMAN, RETURNS-HERE
Raymond R. Beardsley, ex-'19, has
returned to the University .to complete
his studies after a "year's 'absence in
the service.
Beardsley left for Fort Sheridan a
year ;ago and there won his comnmis-
sign as second lieutenant in the in-
fantry. He was stationed at Berke-

ley, Calif., and remained there until
the end of the war. After being dis-
charged he returned to his home in
Muskegon and has been in business
with his father there until the present
time.
While in school, Beardsley was ac-
tive in canrpius affairs, having won an
"AMA" his second year and an "M"
his third year, both in track.
The Arcade Cafeteria in the Nickels
Arcade is now open with lots of good
fresh vegetables, home-killed pork,
etc., from our own farm. The baked
goods we prepare in our Bakery. We
have not raised ura prices.-Adv.

Sophomores are wanted t
out for the positions of ass
football managers. Men w
to compete for these pos
are asked to report to Ma
Scofield at 3 o'clock Wedn
afternoon at Ferry field.
Football paraphenala and (
plies at .Wahr's, 316 S. State

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Few Spectators Out
Another combination under Captain
Goetz ran through a similar drill on
the west side of the field where ,a
small crowd braved the lealky heav-
ens to get a further lile on Yost's
1919 machine. This group used John-
son at center with Knode, Weadock,
Goetz, and Vick taking turns at both
ends of the aerial game. The heavy
center, who is -now working behind
the line, managed to cover the dis-
tance in good 'shape and seems to be
increasing in speed.
Three new men reported at the
,start of the afternoon but Peare alone
managed to break into togs and get
into action. Of Hoosier origin and
basketball fame, this latest addition
to the squad balances the scales
around 170 pounds and has a possible
future as a lineman.
' 250 Pounder Reports
Otto Sielaff, known as the Detroit
Eastern All-State center of several
years back, and weighing in at 250
avoirdupois reported to the club
house but was unable to squeeze in-
to any sweater or pair of shoes in the
vicinity. A shipment from Detroit is
expected to outfit the big fellow to-
day. Quail of Croswell, Michigan,
and brother of Steve Farrell's former
weight man, also responded to Yost's
appeal for more candidates but not
getting a uniform, watched the prac-
tice from the sidelines.,
Hammels ran ito trouble early in
the afternoon while - charging and
blocking and forced his retirement.

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