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VARSITY WORKOUTS
CONTINUE SLIGHT

Punting and Blocking
Afternoon's Workout

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Two Regulars in Scrimmage
WEIMAN PRACTICES; OTHERS
ON HOSPITAL LIST QUIET
Coach Yost put his substitutes and
second string men against the fresh-
men squad yesterday afternoon. For
his regulars a snappy signal drill
practice and work in running down
and receiving punts was what he had
in store. The men were also drilled
in plays for use against the fighting
Maroon team.
Few Regulars Scrimmage
But two regulars were used in the
scrimmage against the first year
team. Johns was in at tackle and
Dunne held down his position at
guard. The other places were filled
with substitutes and it is more than
likely some of them will be given a
chance to display their ability Satur-
day. At any rate, the staff of coach-
es was devoting its time to them yes-
terday.
In the backfield were Searle, Pa-
per, Andrews, and Bailey. Petro was
in the pivot position, where he per
formed creditably. Wachter, Planck,
and Fortune held down places on the
line and Van Orden was called from
his position in the forward wall to do
the punting.
Work on Punts
While the scrimmage was going on
the coach put his regulars to work
on receiving punts, blocking, and sig-
nal practice. Banks was kept busy
receiving punts from Steketee's toe.
In all probability the scrappy little
quarter will be called upon to run the
team Saturday as It is not likely that
Jack Dunn will be able to play.
Banks has acquitted himself well and
handles the team in good shape.
Welman Limbers Up
Weiman was the only meiber of
the crippled list who was out last
night. While the veteran tackle did
not enter into a heavy workout, he
was out limbering up. Dunn, Goebel,
and Cappon were conspicuous by
their absence. The latter two will
probably be in shape for the Chicago
contest, but it may be that the for-
mer will be out for the rest of the
year. During practice in the ab-
sence of the regular flankers, Cohn
and Perrin were on the ends.
Following the scrimmage the squad
was subjected to a speedy signal drill
with the ghost ball under the lights.
The coaches and all the men realize
that they have a stiff battle ahead of
them and nothing is being left un-
done by the staff to round the team
into the most formidable combination
possible.
PRESIDENT BURTON LEAVES
FOR EDUCATIONAL MEETING
President Burton left today for
Washington, D. C., to attend a meet-
ing of the National Association of
State Universities.

SOCCER NOTICEi
The South African soccer team
will meet the South American
squad at 3:30 o'clock Thursday
afternoon on Ferry field. The
names of the South African play-
ers will appear in Thursday's
Daily.
THREE FRATERNITY
GAMES PLAYED OFF
Three games scheduled in the inter-
fraternity soccer series were run off
yesterday on Ferry field despite frigid
breezes. The interest displayed in
the opening games continued unabat-
ed yesterday, large crowds of rooters
turning out to support their teams and
rivalry rising to a high pitch.
Sigma Nu Wins
Sigma Nu slipped in a counter on
Zeta Psi in the last few minutes of a
game that was played at top speed
throughout. Both teams showed a1
strong defense, and until the winning'
score was made neither had a chance
to register. Fletcher played a stronga
game on the back line for Sigma Nu,
the play on which he scored being the
day's most spectacular piece of indi-
vidual work.
Another last minute victory was
gained by Alpha Delta Phi over Psi
Upsilon. This game was featured by
the long distance kicking which kept
the play away from goals and gave
the forwards the burden of the play.
The team play of the Alpha Dolt for-
ward wall was especially good.
Scoring Features
The largest total scoring game of
the series was the Phi Kappa Sigma-
Phi Sigma Delta clash, won by the
latter 4-2. The combination play of
the victors was effective throughout
the match, and nothing but the unus-
ually strong Phi Kap defense kept the
score down.

Games today will start at 3:30
o'clock with the following schedulcd:
Delta Sigma Delta vs. Kappa Beta Psi,
Phi Delta Theta vs. Theta Delta Chi,
and Delta Upsilon vs. Theta Chi. No
games will be played Thursday on ac-
count of the Armistice day celebra-
tion. The following games will be
played Friday at 3:30: Alpha Sigma
Phi vs. Sigma Chi; Phi Chi vs. Sig-
nus; Phylon vs. Phi Gamma Delta. If,
any of the teams scheduled for Fri-
day make a mutual agreement to play
the game on Thursday the intramural
department will furnish officials.
Sport Gossip
(By Bob Angell)
An unofficial tennis ranking for the
past year places Walter Wesbrook as
number 27. It is a credit to the Uni-
versity to have a man as high up in
any branen or athletics as this. It is
certain that no other middle western
collegian will receive a higher rank-
ing than Walter, and, moreover,
there will be few university men in
the country who will receive a rating
above him. Not only is Wesbrook pre-
eminently good in tennis, but he is a
pole vaulter and broad jumper of rare
ability, not to mention his bowling
prowess.
That we do not fully appreciate our
blessings until we see what difficul-
ties others labor under, was clearly
brought out by the trip to Columbus.
After visiting Ohio field one comes to
realize what a fine establishment our
Ferry field is. Not only are our
stands far superior to those at Co-
lumbus, but the very size of the
Michigan field is a great advantage.
It is distinctly unusual to have a foot-
ball field, a baseball field, 16 tennis
courts and a great space for intra-
mural athletics in one enclosure.

ILLINI HILL AND DALE
MEN TO MEET MICHIGAN
Michigan's harriers will meet Illi-
nois in their only at-home run of the
year at 10:45 o'clock next Saturday
morning. The race will start and fin-
ish from the homoeopathic hospital
and should be over a half hour after
the start. The Wolverines and the
Illini have both been deefated by Pur-
due in Conference meets thus far this
year, and Saturday's event should be
hotly contested.
All cross country men on the cam-
pus, with the exception of the Var-
sity squad and those freshmen who
earned places on the all-fresh team
Saturday, will be eligible to compete
in the hill and dale run which will be
held by the intramural department at
4:10 o'clock Friday. Davis, Leland,
Arndt, Hattendorf, Bowen, and Yakes
are the freshmen barred from compe-
tition, all others being eligible to en-
ter whether or not they took part in
the freshman run Saturday. In addi-
tion to the freshmen it should be un-
derstood that every other man on the
campus may compete except the mem-
bers of the Varsity squad and that
numerals will be awarded to the first
six to finish.
DAILY SUBSCRIPTIONS DUE
All Michigan Daily subscrip-
tions should now be paid. Those
I who are now getting The Daily
who have not paid the $3.50 rate
by Nov. 10, will be charged $4.00
for their subscriptions. Please
either mail checks to The Mich-
igan Daily office, Press building,
or call in person.

SIXTY MORE USHERS WANTED
FOR THE CHICAGO GAME
Only those whose coupons have
been returned will be assigned to
ushering positions of the above sixty
more required and then only provid-
ing they are able to report at Ferry
Field at 11:00 A. M. Saturday. Lunch
will be served to all of the ushers
Bring coupon No. 5 to the Athletic
Office at earliest possible moment and
receive assignment. The Athletic

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ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION,
32-1-Adv. University of Michigan
VICTORY Day Dance at Dexter,
Wednesday, Nov. 10th. Phil Dia-
mond's orchestra. Everybody invit-
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