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SEII 00 TO HOSPITAL LIS
Five Wolverines on Sick Roll; Three
Out in Uniform Yesterday
Afternoon
YOST ROUNDING TEAM INTO
BETTER OFFENSIVE FORM
One more man, Frank Steketee,
who yesterday was confined to his
bed with a severe cold, was added to!
the already large Michigan hospital
list. With Wieman, Cappon, Dunn,
and Goebel on the sidelines, this
makes a total of five cripples on the
Wolverine team, most of whom will
be unable to enter the lists against
Chicago Saturday.
Tentative Line-up
In the face of these many casual-
ties, Yost yesterday announced the
following tentative line-up for the
Maroon contest: Vick, center, Dunne
and Wilson, guards, Goetz and Johns,
tackles, Cohn or Cappon, and Goebel,
ends, Banks, quarterback, Usher and
Steketee or Perrin, halves, and Nel-
son, fullback.
While Wieman, Cappon, and Dunn
were suited up last night, Tad run-
ning through signal practice on the,
second team, it is highly improbable
that any one of the trio will start.
Cappon had a bad limp, and he was
able only to follow the Varsity around
as it went through signal drill. Goe-
bel and Steketee are more likely to
get into the game than the other crip-
ples.
For the game. Fresh MacDiarmid's
Chocolates at Cushing's Pharmacy.-
Adv.
Order your PERSONAL CHRIST-i
MAS CARDS now. Large stock, early
delivery. Engraving and Embossing
0. D. Morrill. 17 Nickel's Arcade.-

After severe - workouts the first
three days of the week, the Varsity
practice is gradually easing up for
the hard Chicago battle Saturday. In
the secret practice last night, the first
team ran through a long signal drill
and extensive work in fundamentals.
Difficult plays, which are expected to
gain ground against the formidable
Maroon defense, were worked over in
an effort to smooth out the rough
spots of the offense.
By slow degrees Yost is rounding
his men into offensive form, which is
expected to play havoc with the Ma-
ron forward wall.
In a slashing Freshmen-Reserve
scrimmage, which went by a handy
score to the yearlings, Lipcher, a '24
tackle, suffered a bad inujry to his
leg, but it was impossible to deter-
mine at the field whether the limb was
broken.
LEARN TO DANCE
Prof. Mittenthal's School for Danc-
ing Friday evenings. Class 7:00 to
8: 30. Class for Ann Arbor folks as
well as University students and also
married folks. You can take term,
half term, or single lessons. Rates
for eight lessons:CGents $8; ladies
$5. Enroll now. Class growing rap-
idlly-Adv.

SWIMMERS TAKING'
REGULAR PRACTICE
Despite the fact that the executive,
committee of the Board in Control of
Athletics has not as yet come to a

Ticket Demand
Unpreceden ted
Because of an unprecedented de-
mand for tickets for the Chicago
game the Athletic association has

FIRST BILLIARD TOURNEY
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decision on

the swimming petition'

and that as a result Coach Drulard made arrangements to add some 2,000
has issued no official call for swim-. seats to the usual capacity of Ferry
ming candidates, from 20 to 30 men field. The entire supply of north and
are turning out regularly for practice south stand seats was exhausted soy-
in the Y. M C. A. pool. Until the ex- eral weeks ago. Every effort has
ecutive committee meets the men are been made to fill all the applications
forced to pay their own expenses, and received but as this was impossible
this display of spirit speaks well for several thousand requests have been
the future of the team. 'returned.
Spirit is not the only outstanding A large number of freshmen sent in
feature of the candidates, for there is their applications too late to be con-
real ability among them. Three men (Continued on Page Six)
in particular, two of them members
of last year's freshman squad, and Gilberts Chocolates at Tice's, 117 So.
one Varsity man, have shown con- Main.-Adv.
sistent work in practice. Hyde, fresh-
man sprint man of last year, is doing
better work than ever and looks to be
the team's fastest short distance man.
(Continued on Page Six)

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Everything is in readiness for the
opening match of the Union hand-
icap straight rail billiard tourna-
ment which opens at the Union billiard
room this afternoon at 4 o'clock. The
men who are entered in this tourney
were handicapped by Al Taylor after
he had played each in turn, the men
who made the highest scores against
Taylor have received the heaviest
handicaps.
S. D. Moeller, '22 (110), will meet J.
C. Harbert, '23 (160), in this after-
noon's game. Harbert is one of the
two scratch men, in addition to the
strong showing he made in the recent
trials, he won the two pups offered by
the Union last year in billiard compet-
ition. Tonight at 8 o'clock, Butler
(100), plays Landis (115).

GIFT BOXES OF FINE STATIO
ARY on display. A deposit will h
until Christmas. O. D. Morrill,
Nickel's Arcade.-Adv.
Ready to Serve
AT ANY TIME
Open from 11 a.m. to 12 p.m.
Pot of hot tea and bowl of rioe
PLAIN CHOP SUEY
35 CENTS
CHINESE and AMERICAN Style
Short Orders

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613 E. 1L1bertySt

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Martha Washington Candies, fresh
Avery Friday at Tice's, 117 So. Main.-
Adv.
When down town try Tice's famous
or Sundaes. 117 So. Main.-Adv.
Chocolate Malted Milk, Chocolate Sodas

Creole
at Tice's.

Pralines from New Orleans
117 So. Main.-Adv.

WHEN you are
taking Her-
or even her-to the
football game it is
hard enough to di-
vide your attention
between the girl and
the game. Don't
risk wearing a trou-
blesome collar which
may intrude upon
whatever peace of
mind you are able
to attain.

ARE YOU INTERESTED In the
WELFARE OF YOUNG MENT
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.
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Cigarettes and Pipes.
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