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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

VARSITU SCORES 14-0
VICTORYOVER SCRUBS
GOEBEL ON RECEIVING END 01F
THREE FORWARD
PASSES
Consistent tackle gains coupled
with three successful forward passes
and as many long end runs resulted
in a 14 to 0 victory for the Varsity
over the scrubs Tuesday afternoon.
Goebel's fine work in grabbing three
long heaves was the most spectacular
feature of the scrimmage.
The first score came when Abe
Cohn from the 3-yard line plunged
through for a score. Wieman kicked
goal. Following this, the ball re-
mained in mid-fieldnfor some time,
changing hands often. Goebel then
reached up and snared a long one,
running for the second touchdown.
He also kicked the goal.
Richards Shines
The Varsity that Coach Yost used
was not the. best available, although
most of the men were first string.
Richards, who played so well on the
Dent team last fall, did well as Goe-
bel's running mate. Goetz and Wie-
man acquitted themselves well at the
tackles. Wachter and Stipe were the
guard choices, and although neither
did anything startling, there was no
apparent weakness in the center of
the line. Johns -played center and
performed well.
Andrews worked at quarter, and
his ability to run off tackle and
around the end caused considerable
favorable comment. Abe Cohn plung-
ed through the line in his usual fiery
manner, while Ed Usher and Nelson
performed capably at the halves.
Many Chaniges Made
Yost made many changes in the
course of the scrimmage, putting in
an almost entirely new line before
the fracas was over. Gilmore, Avery,
Van Orden, and Petro were all given
trials on the forward wall, while
Wheeler and Curran, a new man with
quite a record behind him, were sent
into the backfield.
FRESH FOOTBALL NOTICE
Coach Mather, freshman foot-'
ball coach, has issued a call for
all first year gridiron men. Can-
didates for the freshman squad
can enroll with Coach MatherI
at the Varsity club house on j
Ferry Field. Practices will be- j(
gin immediately. Full equipment
will be furnished to all can-
didates.
Shop tools and Lab. supplies at
Wahr's University Book Stores.-Adv.
Page and Shaw Candies at Tice's
Drug Store. 117 So. Main St.-Adv.

SWIMMING NOTICE
Thursday at 7:30 o'clock in
room 304 of the Union there will
be a short meeting of all men on
the campus who wish to try outI
for the Varsity swimming team.
The meeting will in charge of
Coach Elmer Drulard, who will
give a short talk on the present
swimming situation, and will
outline plans for the comingj
season which will start shortly
after the close of the football
schedule. All prospective candi-
dates are urged'to be present as
Coach Drulard desires to get a
line on the possibilities.1

skin enthusiasts and lead them into
Ann Arbor.
Completion of the plans for the pa-
rade will be made at a luncheon to be
held this noon at the Hotel Statler.
Coach Yost and Mr. Bartelme direc-
tor of athletics, will address the as-
sembly.
SUMMER SURVEYING COURSE
CHANGED TO SOPHOMORE YEAR
Of particular importance to fresh-
men and sophomore civil engineering
students is the announcement that the.
regular summer surveying courses
will in the future come at the close of
the sophomore instead of the junior
year.
Two years will be required, how::-
ever, to effect the change. A' certain
number of sophomores and juniors
will make up the quota which will at-
tend Camp Davis for the next two
summers. f

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LEADERS NEEDED
FOR GIRLS' CLUBS
University women are needed to
take the places of Girl Reserve club
leaders who graduated. During the
latter part of October and November
a training class for the new leaders
will be conducted at Newberry hall.
One hour each Sweeke will be devoted'
to the work, after which certificates
will be issued by the national Y. W.
C. A., recognizing the winners as ac-
credited leaders of girls' work.
The Girl Reserve is the national
movement of the Y. W. C. A. in the
interest of the younger girls. Aktivi-
ties of the clubs include weekly meet-
ings, working for honor points, hos-
pital visits, and banquets. The ob-
MASONS ATTENTION
Every Mason on' the campus is in-
vited to attend the first smoker and
get-to-gether of the year. It will be
held Saturday evening, Oct. 16, at 8:00
p. in., at the Michigan Union. The
Masonic band will furnish the music
for the occasion.-Adv.
Engineer's Supplies at Wahr's Uni-
versity Book Stores.-Adv.
Shop tools and Lab. supplies at
Wahr's University Book Stores.-Adv.

ject of the movement is "to give girls
through normal, natural activities,
the habits, insights, and ideals which
will help them grow into responsible
women, capable and idy to help
make America true to her best hopes
and traditions."
Hulda Bancroft, phone 208, or Kath-
erine Larkin, '22, phone 251, will take
the names of any girls interested in
becoming leaders.
The "STANDARD" Loose-Leaf
Notes atdWahr's University Book
Stores.-Adv.
Shop tools and Lab. supplies at
Wahr's University Book Stores.--Adv.
Martha Washington Candies. Tice's
Drug Store. 117 S. Main St.--Adv.
Read The Daily advertisements.--

Bids for refreshment concession fo
athletic contests on Ferry Field held
under the direction of the Athleti
Association oi ur -iVeity of Mich
igan for the college year 1920-1921
will be received at the Athletic Asso
ciation offices, Ann Arbor Press build
ing, up to 6:00 p. m. Thursday,. Oc
tober 7, 1920.-Adv.
The "STANDARD" Loose-Lea
Notes at Wahr's University Bool
Stores.-Adv.
Engineer's Supplies at Wahr's Uni
versity Book Stores.-Adv.
Moore's and Conklin's Fountain
Pens. All sizes at Cushing's--Adv.
Fraternity stores will find a com
plete asortment at Cushing's.-Adv.

"OLD GRADS" FROM DETROIT
TO ATTEND CASE GRID GAME
That the alumni have united to sup-
port Michigaji's football team as nev-
er before will be manifested Saturday
when more than 50 auto loads of "old
grads" will parade from Detroit to
see the Case game.
City and county officials wil accom-
pany the alumni along the entire
route so there will be no danger of
their being arrested for speeding.
From the starting point down town
to the Detroit city limits the proces-
sion will be escorted by a platoon of
mounted police. From the city limits
to the Wayne county line, Sheriff Cof-
fin and his men will precede the ma-
chines to the Washtenaw county line,
where Sheriff Pack will meet the pig-

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SOCCER NOTICE

Official
"FROSH POT"
For
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All students wishing to try
out for the informal Varsity soa-
cer team must report at 4
o'clock Wednesday on the south
end of Ferry field.

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