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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

HAHN CALLS Off
CLASHWITH 24
Trainer Afraid to Risk First String
Men in Scrimmage With
Yearlings
FRESUMEN BEAT RESERVES
7 TO 0 IN FAST CONTEST
Varsity men were withheld from
scrimmage with the freshman team
yesterday evening by order of Archie
Hahn, trainer, and, instead the men
who will probably start the Case game
Saturday were run through a short
team play drill by Coach Yost. Fol-
lowing the regulars came the first
string substitutes and Hurry-Up, who
was constantly correcting minor
faults in the execution of plays.
On the line were Goebel and Cap-
pon at the ends, Weiman and Goetz at
tackles, Dunne and Wilson at guards,
and both Johns and Vick were placed
at center. In the backfield Dunn di-
rected the play, while Steketee, Ush-
er, and Cohn were used as backs. As
a substitute end or back, Nelson will
probably get into the play Saturday,
and Stipe and Petro are being drilled
to play at guard. However, if the game
goes Michigan -way by a large scale,
probably every man on the Varsity
squad will get a chance.
Will Not Scrimmage
No scrimmages before Saturday will
be permitted the Varsity by Trainer
Hahn, who fears injuries to his men.
A large number of the candidates are
nursing bruises, but he expects them
all to be in shape by Saturday.
The freshman team, which was
primed for a scrimmage with the reg-
ulars, had to satisfy themselves with
trimming the Reserves by a 7 to 0
score. In backfield work the yearlings
showed great superiority over their
opponents, but as yet Coach Mather
has failed to pick out a good line.
With another week the freshmen ought
to be able to trim the Reserves de-
cisively and to give the Varsity a hard
fight.
Kipke Stars
Kipke and Robie shone in the back-
field with neat gains through the line
and around ends, a completed pass,

and strong defensive play. Severalt
times Kipke booted long spirals, al-
though he missed a 30-yard drop kick.
At quarter Uteritz directed his team
ably, and injected pep into the flag-
ging line. However, Kipke was the
spectacular player of the afternoon,
and he looks like one of the strongest
men that Michigan will have for the!
Varsity next year.
Receiving the kick-off, the freshmen
rushed the ball down the field, and
were within easy distance of the goal,
when a penalty on the third down
made it necessary for them to kick.
Kipke's dropkick failed to go between
the uprights. Immediately the Re-
serves punted, and again the fresh-
men walked down the field. A pass
of 25 yards from Kipke to Robie put
the ball on the 10-yard line fromk
where Robie and Kipke carried it
over.
Reserves Do Better
By this time the Reserves had found
the weak places in the frosh line, and
Searle directed his play so successful-
ly, that only a fumble on the 4-yard
line saved the freshmen from being
scored on. Shortly after this Hahn
called the Reserves off.
Before this scrimmage the Varsity
men had a hard workout, which show-
ed several of the men up in good
shape. Jack Dunn was putting over
drop kicks from the 35-yard line con-
sistently. Yost had most of his back-
field and end candidates working out
on receiving passes, which indicates
greater use of aerial play than last
year.

WOHERS. AND INDIANS
FAVORITES FAH TITLE

leyan Saturday, and showed that the
Buckeyes are to be counted on for
a strong team. Especially is this true
since the Scarlet and Gray rooters
had the title wrested away from them
last year, when they were certain of

Conference teams with daily practice victory.
since Sept. 15 have already played The original hard luck team last
some games, and other elevens go in- year was Iowa. They lost two games,
to action next Saturday. to Illinois and to Chicago, which they
i .___ _. rn ll d hil a r xr n a r i rri

Daily practice since Sept. 15, and
actual games by some of the Confer-
ence teams have developed the Big
Ten teams' into shape for the 1920
gridiron season, which begins for all
next Saturday. Two Conference elev-
ens, Indiana and Iowa, have alreadyI
met, the Cornhuskers winning 14 to!
7, and every aggregation but Illinois,
Michigan, and Chicago has engaged
in practice battles.
Michigan Opens Soon
Michigan meets Case next Saturday
and M. A. C. the following week in
preparation for the crucial game with
Illinois Oct. 23. By gradual steps
Yost is developing his men for this
contest, which N~ill decide whether
Michigan is to be eliminated from
the Conference running.
From paper dope the competition in
football will be even greater than it
was last year. Minnesota, with all but
three of its best men of last year,
back, looks like the best bet for first
honors. Around Arnold Oss, foremost
halfback of the country, Coach Wil-
liams is building an eleven, which Sat-
urday in practice overwhelmed North
Dakota, 41 to 0, and which will- test
its strength against Northwestern thisI
week. Captain Johnson, Gruye, and
Martineau were declared ineligible byl
the Gopher faculty, butit should not
prove a death blow to Minnesota's
hopes.
As last year's title winner, Illinois
must be considered as a dangerous
opopnent, especially with Coach
Zupibke directing the Indian hosts. In
three games, the Iowa, Minnesota, and
Ohio contests, this mentor and the Il-
lini spirit and pep put across victo-
ries against seeming defeats. Lack
of good tackles and guards seems to
be worrying the Illinois' coach, who,
however, boasts most of his last year's
backfield, a strong center, and a fine
pair of ends.
With Ohio Powerful
With Stinchcomb, all-Western quar-
ter, and most of its 1919 line, Ohio
State decisively defeated Ohio Wes-

reany shoui ave wonand in anaddl
tion they in early season beat Minne-
sota by a good score. The Devine
brothers, Belding, and the giant ne-
gro, Slater, form a nucleus for Coach
Jones, around which he should fashion
one of the most formidable elevens of
the Conference. On the sixteenth of
this month Iowa battles Illinois, and
this game should prove one of the most
interesting of the season.
Other Teams Good,
Reports emanating from the Wis-
consin and Chicago camps indicate po-
tential strength with which their ri-
vals will have to reckon, but it is to
be doubted if either one of these can
be counted as a title winner. Stagg,
however, with several able veterans in
suit again may spring a surprise.
From early indications Northwest-
ern, Indiana, and Purdue will duplicate
their achievements of last year, finish-
ing in the last three places.
Sat. Morning, Oct. 9th, 8 A. M. to 9
P. M., $10.00 and $12.00 silk shirts
$7.50. Davis Toggery Shop, 119 S.
Main St.-Adv.
We sew on buttons and do reason-
able mending. White Swan Laundry.
-Adv. -
Read The Michigan Daily advertise-
ments, it will pay you.-Adv.'

DANCING SCIHOOL-AIVIORY
Prof. ii. H. Miltenthal of Detroit,
having over ten years successful ex-
perience. Member of Associated
Masters of Dancing. Opens his danc-
ing school at theArmory Friday night,
Oct. 8th-class 7 to 8:30-those wish-'
ing to enroll should come the opening
night if possible. The professor has'
taught dancing in the Armory last
season and had a big success, and sat-
isfied his pupils in every respect. He:
is considered the best instructor in the
state-his method is simple. No em-!
barrassment-guarantees to teach you
the one step, fox trot, and waltz. The
professor is now teaching at Detroit.
Lansing, Grand Rapids and Kalama-
zoo. Rates reasonable. You pay in
two payments. You can take term,
half term, or single lesson-special
rates to ladies. Private lessons by
appointment. Don't wait. Enroll
now. Don't be a wall flower.-Adv.
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.
College Girls who expect to become
Private Secretaries can obtain a Sten-
ographic training at Hamilton Busi-
ness College, State and William Sts.-
Adv.
What is a college student without
his pipe? Get yours early and get
the best-a B. B. B. Full assortment
to select from at HUSTON BROTH-
ERS. "We try to treat you right."-
Adv.

THE STUDENT who takes a cour.
at the School of Shorthand will b
able to step into a good position tb
day he graduates-a position th.at wi
pay him or her a good salary and d
ford the finest possible chance to sf
cure rapid promotion to somethir
really worth while. Our former sti
dents have done this, why not you
Classes begin Oct. 11. 711 S. Uni
Ave.-Adv.
Page and Shaw Candies 't Tice
Drug Store. 117 So. Main St.--Adv.

The Blue Front

Cigar Store

STUDENT OWNED
Corner of State And Packard

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SWIMMING NOTICE

Thursday at 7 o'clock in
room 304 of the Union there will
be a short meeting of all men on
the campus who wish to try out
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 coming
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.

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OUR AUTO WILL BE
AT YOUR DOOR
exactly on time. There'll be
no loss of time on our part.
So when ordering our car it
will be well for you to be
ready at the time stated.
Promptness is a feature of
our auto livery service as well
as appearance and appoint-
ments. Phone us when you
want to engage our services.
CITY TAXI
Phone 230

WORRY YOUR I EADof
IF YOU WANT TO
-but if you're wise, you'll,- forget all
your worries after school hours.
Shaky off your troubles when the
whistle blows and you shut ui your
desk for the (lay. Come to Huston
bros. and play a few games of billiards.
No game ever invented gives more
pleasure and nothing is more restful
than an hour or so spent over a bil-
liard table
HiUSTON BROS.
Pocket and, Carom Billiards
Cigars and Candies.
Soft Drinks and LightLunches.
Cigarettes and Pipes.
"WE TRY TO TREAT YOU RIGHT"

$30,000
MUST BE SOLD

STOCK

OF

CLOTH

Appak

AT ONCE REGARDLESS OF

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VALUE

AND

PRESENT WHOLESALE PRICES

Our racks are packed full and hundreds of other garments are on the way. We must have room
to take care of them in and we must turn a large part of this stock into cash to meet bills which
will soon be due,
Young Men, Here is Your Opportunity of the Season

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We self at less than other dealers SU IT S

AND Our prices are so law

can purchase garments of the same OVERCOATS
quality. E C AT

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that you

200 Overcoats
In One Special Lot

save from $10.00 to $20.00 on a
garment. In order to reduce
this stock, you can take your
pick at a discount of

20

Per Cent

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That is there were 200 at the start of this sale, but there are enough
of them left to enable you to pick out one that will suit you as each
one is a dandy and only new fall styles and colors will be found in
this lot,

Men's Furnishings go at
10 per cent Off

IT rAYS TO PAY CASH AT CORBE'

Worth $50.00, $60.00 to $65.00 at

TOM

CORBE TT

33.50, 37.50, 40.00, 45.00, 48.00

Walk a Few Steps and Save Dollars
116 East Liberty Between Main St. and Fourth Ave

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