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Lack of Aggressiveness on Part of
Line Causes Coach Much
" I do not consider Michigan's show-
ing in the Case game any indication
of the line's or backfield's strength-
that can come only in the first big
game, but I do think that it expressed
the spirit of the line," said Coach Yost
"That expression I do not think was
a good one. The team lacked the pep
and aggressiveness, which it should
have had, and there will certainly
have to be a development, if Michigan
is to make any kind of a record this
Expresses Campus Sentiment
In emphatic terms this expresses
much of the campus sentiment. Per-
haps the hot weather had something
to do with it; perhaps the fact that
the men had not played together be-
fore affected the situation somewhat;
but it is all too true that he whole
team lacked co-ordination and real
push and fight.
However, all the players seemed to
credit the lack of aggressiveness to
the warm weather. As one of them
said, "After the first few sweating
minutes, I lost all my fight."
"You can't get mad in such warm
weather," affirmed a linesman, and
this may account for the slow charg-
ing. Offensively the team was weaker
than was to be expected; on the de-
fense it was stronger, for Case gained
hardly 30 yards from scrimmage in the
whole contest.
Start Bemedical Measures
Yesterday Coach Yost and his corps
of able assistants began to remedy
the situation, in hopes of snatching a
win from the apparently strong Illin-
ois team. Archie Hahn reported all
his men in good condition after the
initial game. Although not suited up,
Usher will probably be out today, andc
Jack Perrin's toe will be well by Sat-
urday, it is expected.
Only light workouts were permit-

Coach Yost wants to meet all
freslan football candidates
and and all prospective candi-
dates at 7:15 o'clock Tuesday
evening in the reading room of
the Michigan Union. The coach
is desirous of having every
freshman interested in football
attend the meeting.


Sophomore try outs wanted
for business staff of the Mich-
iganensian. Report at 2 o'clock
Tuesday afternoon in Press



With. but 25 candidates out for work
and the best schedule in its history
drawing near the Michigan cross coun-
try squad entered yesterday into its


which leave the gym ev
at 3:15 and 4:15 o'cloc
clined to be optimistic

ted the men. Blocking, charging, ano:
'other fundamental drill kept the line-
men busy, while the backfield candi-
dates and the ends were sent down un-
der forward passes and punts. The re-
sult of the drill was to limber the
men up, in preparation for a hard
workout tonight. In a short time,
perhaps Thursday, Yost intends to in-
itiate secret practice, and then will be-
gin intensive work for the M. A. C.
and Illinois games.
The Aggies will give Michigan a
hard battle Saturday, and Yost ex-
pects no easy win, for the FarmersI
held Wisconsin even for three quart-
ers last Saturday. To overwhelm the
Aggies and beat Illinois, it will be
necessary to develop team co-ordina-
tion and a more aggressive fighting l
spirit, and Yost with his helpers will
spare no efforts to instill these things
into his men.
The latest cut, probably the last,
was made by Yost yesterday, and it
leaves the following 27 men on the-
Varsity squad: Goetz, Wieman, Dunne,;
Wilson, Weston, Cohn, Steketee, Ush-
er, Perrin, Vick, Dunn, Goebel, Cap-
pon, Nelson, Johns, Banks, Paper,
Wachter, Petro, Planck, Gilmore, Rich-
ards, Van Orden, Searle, Stipe, Bailey,
and Rowland.'
Mr. and Miss Moses announce the
re-opening of their dancing classes for
University men and women in the
Nickels' Arcade Dance Hall. Enroll,
Monday or Tuesday evening, 7:15 to
8:15, Oct. 18 and 19. Classes will be
held for advanced students and be-
ginners. Private lessons by appoint-
ment. Call 1545-W for further inform-
For live progressive up-to-date ad-
vertising use The Michigan Daily.-

second week of practice. Purdue will ppects ana ias Hope
be the Wolverine's first opponent in a cussful season. All newz
meet at Lafayette on Oct. 30. If re- out will be furnished
ports from the Boilermaker camp are They should report toC
to believed the Gold and Black will in the basement at the
be represented by the strongest aggre- Waterman gymnasium.
gation of harriers they have ever had
and Steve Farrell's men will have to TENNIS PLAY
step to come out victorious. I

ery afternoon
ck. He is in-
over present
es for a suc-
men who turn
with lockers.
Coach Farrell
west end of
rlrnT'D A V

ists in both the singles and doubles.
The draw is given below with the
telephone numbers of the contestants.
Where there is no phone number giv-
en, the man without the phone is ex -
pected to call his opponent.
The Drawings
W. H. Riley, 1460 vs. B. Fegal.
751-W; P. C. Ackerman, 1147-M vs.
J. Morse, 396; Sanchez vs. J. Rorick,
843-M; C. B. Cole, 1177-J vs. Everett
H. Shaefer; B. H. Bacon, 595 vs. C. A.
Langworthy, 2239-M; Cornell Wal-
bridge, 1217-W vs. Ogden Kelley,
1810-R; Vitol, 870-R vs. E. K Brott,
370-M; Gregory, 1992-W vs. T. Farley,
236; W. H. Howe, 558 vs. Graham
Stewart, 1576-M; B. H. Shirk, 374 vs.
D. C. Bronson, 2612-J; E. L. Klein,
1744-J vs. C. Hodgman, 437-M; E.
Bowers vs. E. Ornstein, 1576-iI; C. D.
Pearson, 976-J vs. L. B. Genebach,
1460; D. C. Seitz, 726-M vs. S. Boyer,
1016; A. M. Snider, 1615 vs. G. L.
Jerome, 1189-M; L. E. Dooge, 566 vs.
W. J. Hames. 871-R; C. Cruikshank,
1582-J vs. J. A. Miller, 2332; Rohan
vs. J. G. Hall, 578; M. Crosby, 1755-W
vs. W. D. Diehel; J. C. Sutterthwaite,
2024-R vs. J. C. Harbert, 1676; J. B.1
Neely, 354--J vs. M. Baron, 1869-W;
W. Rogers 1755-W vs. Domingo Cab-
rera, 1047-1; S. M. Shindel, 726-M vs.
R. Kranse, 357; E. W. Batty, 1016 vs.
Creedon; P. M. \Watts, 1217-W ' vs. S.
E. Sloss, 349-J.
Do not tack., post or print advertise-
inents or notices on any post, hydrant,
curb, sidewalk, bridge or structure
within the city limits. The state law
as well as the city ordinances cover
the foregoing. Legal or official notices
are excepted.

We can give you quick service o
request. White Swan Laundry. Phoi
The new Steongraphy class at ti
School of Shorthand, 711 N. Univ. Av
will have its first meeting today
3':00 P. M. Come up at that time
you are interested.-Adv.
The First Term of Danc-
ing Classes conducted and
managed by Mr. and Miss


State Meet Nov. 6
The meet at the Indiana school will
be followed on Nov. 6 by the state run
at Lansing. As in previous years Mich-_
igan and M. A. C. will be the chief con-I
tenders and possession of the silver
trophy presented by the state may
hinge on the result as both the Wol-
verines and Aggies hold two legs on
it, the cop going to the first school,
to cop three.
Illinois comes to Ann Arbor on Nov.
13. The Indians defeated Michigan
last year and Coach Farrell is out for
revenge Michigan will make the trip
to Illinois Nov. 30 for the Conference
meet which will precede. the Ohio-!
Illinois football game. There is aI
possibility that the meet will be staged.
in Ann Arbor next year and a Maize
and Blue victory would go far to
make such hopes materialize.
Trophy Race Ends Season
The cross country year will come
to a close on Thanksgiving morning
with the running of the Harpham tro-
phy race which has always proven a
strong drawing card to devotees of
the sport. The name of the winner is
engraved on the big silver cup which
is hung in the trophy room in Water-
man gymnasium. In addition the first
three men to finish will receive silver
loving cups and the first six to cross
the line will be awarded the cross
country "M."
Coach Farrell, is very anxious for
more candidates to rcport. He had
Doped that at least 100 would be
working out regularly with the squads

U k IVI iV1JL'd1'l V,4 U"I. ""J.t-I
More entries are wanted for the an-
nual fall tennis tournament. For the
benefit of those who have not as yet
signed up, the intramural office is
holding the list open until 6 o'clock
tonight. The entry list is smaller
than ever before, having reached but
some 60 odd names. Every man on
the campus is eligible to compete ex-
cept players who have won an "M" in
tennis. Freshmen in particular are
urged to sign up for the event.
21 Matches Scheduled
In order that play may begin at
once, the first half of the draw has
been made and 25 matches are sched-
uled for today. These matches must
be completed by Wednesday evening
at the latest or players will be de-
faulted. Players should phone or bring
scores to the intramural office as soon
as their matches are completed.
Play will consist of the best two
out of three sets in all rounds up to
the finals, which will be the best three
out of five. Prizes will be awarded
by the intramural office to the final-


Moses opens in the



Classes are exclusively
for University men and wo-
men and, will be given for
advanced students and be


Acting Chief of Police.


Enroll Monday and Tues-
day evening, 7:15 to 8:15,
October 18 and 19. Private
lessons by appointment. Call
1545-W for information.

A special wire brings the results of
the World's Series to The Daily. You
can find them there every morning.-







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"-Makes Jack a Dull Boy!"
Jack and Tom and Harry get
to be very dull chaps, indeed, if
they believe in all work and no
Men who want to keep their
minds keen and their wits
sharp, know that they must play
to keep fit for the terrific strain
of modern life.
If your "prof" is wise he will
heartily approve of your play-
ing an occasional game of bil-
liards. Come in tonight-get a
good cue in your hands again-
and see how soon your former
skill comes back to you.
Pocket and Carom Billiards.
Soft Drinks and Light Lunches.
Cigars and -Candies, Cigarettes
and Pipes.
"We Try to Treat You Right"

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Mrs. Fox was bragging one day about the large
number of her cubs.
"How many cubs do you bring into the world at
one time?" she asked the LIONESS.
"Only ONE," replied the Lioness-" but it's a
MURADS would be lower priced if we left out
all or part of the 100% Turkish tobaccos of the purea
and be1 varieties grown-or if we substituted inferior
grades of Turkish tobacco.
But they wouldn't beMURADS-they'd only be
Foxes !
"Judge for yourself-!"
Special attention is called Mae ft/zehfrisk
to Murad 20s in Tin Boxes . adE j illw4snhe

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