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The Michigan Daily, 1919-10-04

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I U1I 1 1LnULUj
BY 1923
)ACH '
staged a short scrim-
vo of. the freshman
Friday afternoon as
rk of sifting through
g amount of mate-
:urned out for the
re lined up on the
me pair were scrim-
r two teams were
s and starts under
Abe Cohn and Paul
x-varsity men, who
s season.
ge was anybody's
last minute, when
ier member of the
erseas team, inter-
d pass and ran for
vinning for his team
core of the game.
ar end of Yost's 1917
Coach Mitchell with
n. It is the all im-
the coaches at the
pick out the candi-
varsity calibre and

In the scrimmage Sieger and Brace
showed up well, Sieger picking off
several short over-the-line passes in
a crowded field and Brace stoppingI
most of the plays that came through
guard position and opening holes for
his own backfield.
Older Mien Out
Seniors and juniors are showing anj
interest in interclass athletics for the
first time in the history of Michigan.
Yesterday afternoon Carl Johnson
who has taken charge of the inter-
class relay teams this fall was enthu-
siastic at the manner in which the up-
perclassmen have turned out for thatj

Coach Steve Farrell has issued a call
for cross country candidates to report
at Waterman gym next Monday after-
noon at 4:15 o'clock ready for action.
Steve wants to see a big turnout, for
if Michigan is to make a creditable
showing in her cross country meets
'this year, several good runners wil)
have to be uncovered immediately.
The schedule this year is unusually
good, consisting of three hard meets,
two of which are dual and the third
of which is the Conference champion-
ship. The date and place of this latter
meet have not yet been decided. M.


en to try out


or 40 men who have
club house for lock-
but who could not be
This year has seen
nmenal turnout for
11 in many years and
limination is one' that
ily but expediently
r to give all a chance
look any good men.
went in against the
ay were given more
ork yesterday but in
s they looked very

event. -
men A. C. comes here for a dual affair Nov.
Propitious weather favored themn8. The M. A. C. cup is at stake, which,
who practiced. Of the number out becomes the permanent possession of
more than half were upperclass be the winnint thsessins.f
the team winning it three times.
men, a condition which surprised all Michigan already has two legs on this
the men connected with Ferry field i trophy to the Farmers' one. A team'
athletics. For many years it has been of six men will go to Urbana to meet
only the underclassmen who display- o i e ilg oUbn ome
edny ntnersintamunrahdspory-the Illinois squad Nov. 15, the day of
ed any interest in intramural sports' the football game with that school.
very few of these even hae been A few men have been working out
sophomores. It would appelr now 'this past week,. but only oneof them,
that the interest of~the older men Is Tom Maynard, has ever had any ex-
finally aroused. perience in this line of competition.
There may be some changein the Runs from the gym out Geddes avenue.
tentative program for the year ow- have been the usual program. Next
ing' to this new state of affairs. John- week Coach Farrell intends -to put the
son had planned. a race between the cdndidates through. harder workouts.
two lower class teams during the in The cross country situation is almost
termission between the halves of the exactly similar to the football one at
Ohio State game, believing that the present time. The men who show-
enough men from the upper classes ed up best in the long distance work
would not tarn out to make a race last year are not back in school for
possible. Numerals will be awarded one reason or another. This scarcity
the men who take part jin these of good material makes it imperative
races. . that a large number of new men come
Practice in- starting and jogging out on Monday in order that Michigan's
was the, work taken up yesterday, enviable record in track athletics shall
Johnson and other Varsity men pass- not suffer a setback
ing out some valuable hints to the
new men. All men are requested to, Read the Michigan Daily for Campus
turn out this afternoon. news.--Adv.I


Michigan vs. Case at Ann Arbor.
Iowa vs. Nebraska at Iowa City.
Wisconsin vs. Ripon at Madison.
Purdue vs. Franklin at Lafayette.
Minnesota vs. North Dakota at Min-
Indiana vs. Centre College at Bloom-
Ohio State vs. Ohio Wesleyan at
Columbus. -
The firft of two week-end dances
was held last night at' the Union
with the .usual large attendance. Phil
Diamond's seven piece orchestra furn-'
ished the music and will also have
charge of the music for tonight's
dance. Tickets may now be had at
the Union desk.
Have you subscribed for the Daily?
1807 S. University Ave.

Editor, The Michigan Daily:
What was said on the front page of
yesterday's Daily relative to the foot-
baal situation at Michigan this fall
was certainly timely. Alumni and stu-
dents have complacently assumed that
everything was rosy with our team
and that shortly we were to wend our
way to Ferry field each Saturday and,
witness a veritable slaughter of the
innocents from other schools. It is
time that we knew the truth.
Fortunately the situation is not so
serious but that it can be' mended in
large part. The Student council
should at once take practical steps to
have the student body realize the situ-
atoin and arouse campus interest in
the team. It is n at all too late
for other men to come out for the
team as the coach has given his word
that he desires more candidates. -
To make sure that men who should
be coming out are doing so, the cam-
pus societies that are organized for
the year, such as Michigamua, etc.,
should at once' start personal work
among the student body. It would be
a most appropriate matter for fratern-
ity action at the regular weekly meet-=1
ing of these bodies.
Did our team win? Don't ask ques-
tions, read the Michigan Daily. All
campus, city and world news.-Adv.

turn of all but three
team, and the appearan
Holtcamp, Williaman,
Schweitzer, and Nemece
championship eleven.
Chic Harley, elected
team in 1917, has been a
porary captain of the
the election of a new
Dr. E. T. Loeffler, he
partment of roentgeno
dental school, has bee
year's leave of abs
health causes tle abse
Doctor and Mrs. Loeffle
in the West.
During his absence
Zwaluwenburg of the :
department of roentge
tending to that work
school, This is the o
the faculty of that 'sc
- good many more instr
ing employed this yea:
I care of the unusual n
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