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THE MICHIGAN DAILY a!

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ELM WELCOMES
FIRT PO~fl UAP

1111 t UULU 011111
Lots of Pep Displayed in Thursday's'
Practice; Yost Drills Men
in Passing
GREATLY ALTERED LINE-UP
TO BE USED AGAINST TULANE
Football weather, the first real foot-
ball weather this year, greeted the
squad at practice yesterday afternoon.
There was a tang to the air that kept
the spectators moving and put more
snap than usual into the gridiron
men.
Rudimentary football was the fea-
ture -of the early part of the after-
noon's workout, with forward passing
later taking the prominent position.
Long passes by Goebel and Banks to
practically every member of the squad
gave evidence of the preparations
Coach Yost is making for Tulane
when the fast southern eleven meets
the Wolverines on Ferry field tomor-
row.
Reserves Meet Fresh
A. snappy scrimmage between a
team of second string men, inter-
spersed with regulars, and the fresh-
man, drew the most interest. The
members of the Varsity squad appear-
ed to have the edge over the year-
lings, although the frosh line broke
through their opponent's forward wall
time after time. Kipke featured by an
occasional sensational run. For the
Varsity aggregation Cohn and Searle
did stellar work. One noticeable
change was the shifting of Gilmore,
who has been playing at tackle all
seas on, to end where he did c redita-
ble work.
The line-up of the team which will
face Tulane tomorrow will, in all
probability, be something as follows:
Cappon and Goebel, ends; Goetz and
Johns, tackles; Dunne and Petro or
VanOrden, guards; Vick, center;
Banks, quarter; Usher and Steketee,
halves; and Nelson, fullback. Banks
has been doing exceptional work as
field general lately, and Yost plans
to give him the opportunity to dis-
play his prowess against the south-
erners.
That Steketee's educated toe is
needed is shown by his being placed
at half, keeping Nelson, whose defen-
sive work in the Illinois game was re-
markable, at full. Gob Wilson's
shoulder is still bothering him some-
what, and he will probably be kept
on the sidelines during tomorrow's
game, Petro or VanOrden taking his
place.
Yost Does to Chicago
Coach Yost left last night for Chi-
cago, where he will witness the Ma-
roon-Ohio State game tomorrow. In
addition to the fact that the contest
will probably result in the elimina-
tion of one of the teams from the
Conference race it will serve to give
the Michigan mentor an idea of what
he will have to plan for in the games
of the next two weeks, when his
Wolverines meet the Buckeyes at Co-
lumbus and a week later face the big
Maroon eleven on Ferry field.
Big Hallowe'en Dance, Packard,
Friday.-Adv.
The Kempt Music Studios-Piano,
Organ, and Voice Instruction. Es-
tablished 1880. $. Division St.
Phone 212-J.-Adv.

LIT FOOTBALL NOTICE
Junior lit tryouts for class
football team report at South
Ferry field a 4 o'clock this aft-
ernoon. A second practice will
be held Saturday morning at
10 o'clock.
Tryouts for the soph lit foot-
ball team are requested to re-
port to Southeast Ferry field at
3:30 o'clock this afternoon. Men
who have equipment should
bring it along.
GAMES FOR FRIDAY
Kappa Beta Psi vs. Theta Chi.
Nu Sigma Nu vs. Theta Delta
Chi.
Alpha Sigma Phi vs. Sigma
Alpha Epsilon.

CROSS COUNTRY TEAM
OFF TORUN PURDUE
Michigan's Varsity cross country
team composed of Standish, Brannan,
Penberthy, Whittemore, Freeborn,
and Douglass with Coach Steve Far-
rell in charge will entrain for Purdue
at 8 o'clock this morning. The Wol-
verine squad will meet the Purdue
team over a five mile course topor-
row in the first real competition that
it has had this year.
What the team will do is somewhat
of a question. With one exception!
the men are untried in Varsity com-
petition, but have made good time in
the trials. If their performance to-
morrow is as good as they have done
in practice Michigan has a better
than even chance to lead the way.
Failure of some of the strongest
runners on the squad to remain elig-
ible has weakened the team, while
injuries have robbed Coach Farrell of
a sure starter in Vandevisse. Pen-

berthy, a veteran of last year's squad,
may be expected to hold up the new-
er men, and as he is capable of ne-
gotiating the distance in the neigh-
borhood of 27:30 will give any of his
opponents a hard run. Brannan and
Freeborn are two other men who
have registered exceptionally fast
time in the trials, and with the last
week of intensive drilling are being
counted upon strongly by the coach.
CHI PSI AND DELTA SIGS
TAKE GAMES IN TOURNEY
Football games in the interf rater-
nity tournament yesterdaytresulted in
victories for Chi Psi and Delta Sigma
Delta. Chi Psi with Kennedy at full-
back and Hawley at half drove their
way down .the field for two touch-
downs and won a hard fought game
from Hermitage.
Delta Sigma Delta presented one of
the most powerful and best running
teams yet in action and won from'
Phi Sigma Kappa by the score of 23
to 0. Richards, the Delta Sig full-
back, was strong on the defense.

GYMNASIUM
OPENS
MONDAY, NOV. 1st
Set Your Gym Supplies Today
"SPORT SHOP"
. eO. J. Moc
711 N. UniversityAve. Next to Arcade Theatre

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FAMOUS CIGARETTES
Captain X at the Front
The Poilu fought on his"vin-ordinaire."
The Tommy on his tea.

You Michigan
men of the
A. E.Fs
know this!

But the

Doughboy had

to have his

cigarette.
What he wanted was a cigarette with a
free and easy draught, and that's what
the round, loosely rolled,"canteen" ciga-
rettes gave him. Their round shape
meant a free and easy draught.
Captain X had taken with him a liberal
supply of his favorite PALL MALL,
plain ends, but found he could not re-
plenish his supply at the front, so he
began smoking the popular, round cig-
arettes. Their shape gave him an idea.
Back in America once more, the Captain
came and gave us his idea-a big idea.
He suggested that we makedPALLMALL
cigarettes round in shape, loosely rolled,
-a cigarette that does not have to be
tapped, squeezed or loosened, a cigar-
ette with a free and easy drabght.
A cigarette made from the famous PALL
MALL blend ot forty-two Turkish to-
baccos, chosen for richness and delicacy
of flavor.

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Big Hallowe'en Dance,
Friday.-Adv.

Packard,I

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ARE YOU INTERESTED in the
WELFARE OF-YOUNG MEN?
Play is as necessary as work.
Any game which is interesting
enough to afford real Re-crea-
tion is a beneficial game, pro-
vided it is played amid clean,
decent surroundings.
Most young men prefer games
like 'billiards for their leisure
hours. If you are interested in
the welfare of young men, you
are invited to visit our billiard
parlors as often as you wish.
You will find that this is a
place of clean sport, where
gambling, profanity and other
undesirable elements are abso-
lutely 'TABOO.
HUSTON BROS.
Pocket and Carom Billiards.
Cigars and Candles.
Soft Drinks and Light Lunches.
Cigarettes and Pipes.
-We Try to Treat You Right"
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opening tab.

fi; package, with a patented

20 Pall Mall Rounds
plain ends
50 cents
"THEY ARE GOOD TASTE"

PAiT'MLL
ouce
"A cigarette that
does not have to be
2queezed, tapped or
loosened--a cgarette
mith a free and easy
draught."

PLAIN OR CORK IN

BOXES OF 10-20-50 OR 100 AS USUAL

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