100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Download this Issue

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

This collection, digitized in collaboration with the Michigan Daily and the Board for Student Publications, contains materials that are protected by copyright law. Access to these materials is provided for non-profit educational and research purposes. If you use an item from this collection, it is your responsibility to consider the work's copyright status and obtain any required permission.

October 16, 1920 - Image 3

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Michigan Daily, 1920-10-16

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.



I

urrna
RINES TODAY

(Continued from page One)
the men have been together longer,
the Aggie backs should have difficulty
in gaining through the forward wall,
or around the ends. If Michigan can
stop the line plunges of Hammes, the
Farmer fullback, and the end runs of
Captain and Quarterback Brownie
Springer there will be few players in
the West that will be able to gain
through the Michigan defense. If
Michigan shows the same weakness
today, the Wolverine chances in the
crucial game with Illinois will appear
as slim as they were last year.
Spirit Good
In the scrimmages that have been
held this week the spirit of the men
has been excellent and it may be this
fgnlnig that will bring the Michigan
line up to the caliber of the back-
field, which is at present one of the
best in the West. With both Steketee
and Dunn to punt and boot field
goals, there is no eleven in the coun-
try more fortunately supplied with
kickers. The three field goals that
,ack Dunn drove over in the scrimmage
With the freshmen Thursday were as
beautiful. a trio of counters as has
been made on the Wolverine feld in
years.
At the present time it seems that
,Jack Perrin will take Con's place
att half. This is Prrin's first appear-
ance in a game this fall, and his per-
formance will hgq wathe4 with inter-
gst. The QnI ether change likely is
the substitution of Johns for either
Wilson or Dunne, if Jqhns recovers
from the kick in the face which he
vusa p. it the freshmn game
Tursday. The former M. A. ,. play-
pr's aggressiveness is a feature of
evry gaoe I which he plays, and his
fght i an excellent example to the
pther members of the lie.
-~ijpe 1ht4g Vnged
Aside from this the team will be
as it was In the Case game, with
appon nd Goebel a ends, captain
Mgts an4 Wiemq at tacklgs, Dunne,
Wilson or Jghns at guards, Vick at
eenter, Dunn, qnarterbaclt, errin,
Cohn or Usher *t the halves, and
Oteketee at fullback
The Farmer lineup will be as it
was in the Wisconsin game, as the
men emerged from the encounter in
good physical condition. Bassett,
Gingrich and Thompson will play the
ends, Box and Leffler the tackles,
Swanson, Matson, or Radewald the
guards, Morrison or Martin center,
Captain Springer at quarterback,
Johnson or Wilcox at left half, Shiver
or Brady at right half and Hammes
at full.
NW INTRAMURAL
SYSTEM4 STARTED
Departing from the previous cue-
tgm of mnaIagership of intercas i-
tertratornty, d otPT intramwral ac-
tivities, Director Ellner D. Mitchell
Q# the intrainpral deprtment, bas this
year inaguratd a new #ystemn which
is working out successfully. There
is, as before, a student intramural
manager, usually a member of .the
senior class. This office was held
down last year by John Watts, '21L,
and this year Lees Burrows, '21, was
appointed as his successor. The fail-
ure of Burrows to return to school
has left the office vacant, but a new
man will probably be appointed soon.
Under the intramural natagrs
#ve department maagrs hing
pharge respectivply of fgotball, base-I
ball, track, basketball, a d l raor'
oppts and, infgrmal vursity teamA. The

4NNOUVENT
Mr. aid Miss Moses anpunce the
re-openilig fitheir dancing classes
for University men and women in the
Nickels' Arcade Dance Hall. Unroll
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-
ation.-Adv.
What is a college student without
his pipe? Get yours earlysand get
the best-a B. B. B. Full assortment
to select from at HUSTdN BROTH-
ERS. "We try to treat you right."-
Adv.

men who have been assigned to these
offices are all Juniors. F. M. Smith
has charge of all intramural football
series, Earl Nicholson will be the
guiding hand in basketball, M. DeVries
has the track events to handle, while
J. A. Redner manipulates the baseball
contests and Wallace F. Elliott con-
trols all informal varsity teams such
as swimming, soccer, and hockey, and
at the same time, cares for intramur-
al minor sports.
Under each of the above five mane,
agers are two assistants and Director
Mitchell is now calling for tryouts for
these positions. The work is open to
sophomores only and the successor
of each intramural manager is ap-
pointed on the basis of his work as
an assistant and upon the recom-
mendation of his manager.
Each of the intramural managers
receives a white Jersey with blue
numerals, the highest of intramural
numeral awards, and the head intra-
mural manager is awarded the covet-
ed Varsity "M." Any sophomores wish-
ing to try for their "M" or numerals
in this way are urged to report to Di-
rector Mitchell at once.

CLOSE GAMES EXPECTED
IN BIG TEN SATURDY
Elimination of Two Teams from Rare
Certain; Iowa Has Good Chace
to Beat Illinois

of the Iowans can not be underestim-
ated when such men as the Devines,
Belding, and the giant Slater are in
the lineup. While the Iowans' deter-
mination to get revenge for a fluke de-
feat last year will be a great aid in
putting fight into the Old Gold team.
At Madison, Wisconsin meets North-
western, whose defeat of Minnesota
Is the sensation of the year. Wheth-
er this unlooked for vitorvn

ai 411133 "1vv fi n' "y was a
Four undefeated Conference teams matter of luck and Minnesota weak-
today engage in games which mean the ness, can be guaged after this game.
practical elimination of two of them Certain it is that the Purple team
from the race for the Big Ten title, will not have the same good fortune
and two elevens, Minnesota and In- in executing forward passes against
diana, meet in a contest, which will Wisconsin as it did against the Gop-
.furnish considerable light on their hers, and it is more than probable
strength and that of other teams. that the Badger aggregation will
Ohio State and Purdue, are the oth- come back with an aerial attack and
er two Conference teams to clash, running formation, which will dazzle
while'Michiganmeets the Aggies and the Evanston representatives.
Chicago goes up against Wabash. iWsosnSrn
Illinois Game Headliner Wisconsin Strong l
Most interesting of all the contests Wisconsin boasts a strong line, in
is theIllinois-IowaameFfact one of the strongest in the Con-
ng . rom a ference, and with a fying pair of
dope this game will be a close one, a, flankers and a strong backeld, the
touchdown or even a field goal being Badgers ought to take the Northwest-
likely to decide the victor. Because B
of its almost veteran team which will ern eleven for a good trimming. How-
be a smooth working machine, due to ever, the Purple team will put up a
Zuppke's magic direction, Illinois per-
haps has a slight edge over the Hawk- Cross's "Shorter History of England
eyes. On the other hand the strength 'and Greater Britain," at Wahr's Uni-
eyes Onthe the han th strngt versity Bookstore.-Adv.

6
E
j
E
l

fight, and their aggressiveness may
again result in an upheaval of dope.
Something of Ohio State's strength
will be uncovered, when Purdue
meets the Scarlet and Gray at Col-
umbus. Last year with Harley in only
half the game, the Boilermakers let
the Buckeyes run' through them for
three touchdowns. Press reports dis-
agree over Chicago's showing. with
Purdue, but it seems that the Maroons
were quite fortunate in garnering 20
points off the Indianans. Ohio should
make as many and probably more
points than Chicago.
Easy for Chicago
Stagg's eleven will have a nice aft-
ernoon with Wabash. It hasn't been
announced that the Maroons will
wear track suits, but if Chicago has
much of a team, the Midwayites should
be equipped in this manner, especially
if it is a hot day.
Pargment's "Exercises Francais,
Part 1" at Wahr's University Book-
store.-Adv.

Up at Minneapolis, Coauh Williaz
will send a team of cripples again
the Indiana team, and this bati
should tell whether Minnesota w
Just carrying out tradition when
lost to Northwestern last Saturde
If Williams is going to have a tea
this fall, he will have to show b
stuff today, for Indiana has a stro
aggregation which gave Iowa e ha
battle. An Indiana victory will mqi
the complete elimination of Mini
sota from the race for honors, but
Minnesota win will keep the Gophe
in with small chance of copping flr
place. Unless Minnesota has tl
same overconfidence this year th
Michigan had last, the Gophers shou
win from Indiana by a small score,
Forty silk shirts left after last Se
sale-former prie $10.00 and $12.(
value. While they last $7.50. Day
Toggery Shop, 119 S. Main St.-Ad
Moulton's "Principles of Bankinj
at Wahr's University Bookstore.--Ad

SALES AND MECHANICAL
SER VIGE

DRAWINGS MADE IN
TENNIS DOUBLES
Drawings in the doubles tennis
tournament have been made. Men
listed below should call their oppo-
nents at once to ascertain a time of
play -suitable to both. New entries in
this tourney will be received at the
Intramural office until Tuesday night.
The matches are as follows:
Sullivan and Gibson, (1271-W), vs.
Dooge and Krause, (56§); Cruik-
shank and Mulford, (1582-J), vs.
Batty and Boye, (1016); McLeise
and Babbit, (2308-J), vs. Spur-
rier and Thompson, (1166); Gustus and
Kelsey, (558). vs. Rghan and Haines,
(871-R); Shindol and Seitz, (726-M),
vs. Steketee and Orosby, (1755-W);
Bowers and Creeden ys. W41bridge
and Watts, (1017-W) . U. Dyason
and Rorick ys. Lightbody and Kemp,
(1198-J); Beaudette and Parsons vs.
Ullrich and Levit, (1153-M); Lang-
worthy and Eggly, (2$39,M), vs. Baron
and Farley, (236); 4P. D. Dyason and
Van Rooyer ys. Riley and Genobach,
(1460); R. Mildner and E. Mildner,
(1722-W), vs. Kline and Osborn; Rea-
son and Kennard; (855-J), vs. Gregory
and Sanchez, (1992-W); Shirk and
Fisher, (374), vs.4Peterson and An-
drews, (1368).
Matches in the singles tourney have
been run off rapidly and some fast
games, have been played. Games
played yesterday resulted as follows:
Grigsby d. Byers, 6-1, 9-7. Riley d.
Segal 2-6, 6-4, 6-3. Gustus d. Thomp-
son 6-3, 6-3. Spurrier d. Osborn 6-4,
5-7, 6-3. Riley 4. Ackermen 6-1 6-s
Nowlen 4. cTLeie 61, foodd.
Sullivan, *tau1t. 1ellen d. Stevens
5-7, 6-2, 8-6. Gregory d. Brott 6-3,
3-6, 6-0. Baron 4. ers s-,i0fr.
Riley, Gustus nd Gregory agv
wort their way to the third round of
play, which will open next weeX,
Dance tnight, Packard Academy.-
Adv.
,-

ROYAL STANDARD
TYPEWRITERS

.# V,§" At, OFF.

A. C. STIMSON
4J "- 508 THOMPSON STREET
Phone 1679-M

Featuring Brogue Oxfords
6r
Walk-Overs, o1 Course
Price 14, 15,16 Dollars
Cordovan or Russta.n Calf

AGENCY FOR
LANGROCK'S CLOTHES

New Maven, Connecticu

UNIVERSITY MEN'S CLOTHES

RIADY TO WEAR

OF

CONSERVATIVE STYLES
FALL AND WINTER MODELS
.. now..
OPEN FOR YOUR INSPECTION
TINKER AND COMPANY
South State at William Street

NOTE THE PRICE AGAIN

Walk-Over Boot Shop
115 Suth Main Street

...,.,r.-._ . .., ..... .
rer vucaiir '

:ammbiiaO. : ---

i

Sam Burchield

Afvk
GLY
3mr
CK

Co.

FINE TAILORING

You have in Ann Arbor the

ad vantage

of the

GO11 TABLES, 000QD CUES,
QOOD SERYICE
To get real e4qypgent out of
~gani of billiards, the equip-
ment must be top-notch.
You want good tables-sound
cushions and new, clean cloth.
You want good cues-woll-bal-
ancedl, of the right weight, with
tips that hold the chalk.
You want good service-at-
tendants who are quick to antic-
ipato your needs.
You'll find the best of service
and equipment here. Come in
and play a game or two, today.
HUSTON BROS.
Pocket and Carom Billiards.
Cigars and Candies.
Soft Drinks and Light Lunches.
Cigarettes and Pipes.,
"We Try to Treat You Right"
No. 5

Mrs. Fox was bragging one day
about the large n mber of her
1-How many cubs do you bring
into the world at one time ?" the
asked the LIONESS
"Only QNE"rep lied the Lioness
,but it's a LION!1"
MURADS COST 20 CENTS
FOR A BOX OF 10
BUT THEY'RE MURADS
M U R AD S would be lower
priced if we left out all or part of
the 100% Turkish tobaccos of the
purest and best varieties grown-
sor if we substituted inferior grades
of Turkish tobacco.
But they wouldn't be MURADS
-they'd only be Foxes!
"Judge for Yourself-!"
We call special attention
to Murad20s in Tin Boxes
and EgtPioan 6 4 ,

very

best Tailoring - Up to date

in

every

instance.

HVIghest

grade

of

Woolens and Trimmings.

Prices

are consistent

and reasonable.

Sam Burolifiold Cam.

106 EAST HURON STRZET

DOWN TOWN - OPPOSITE COURT HOUSE

-__- .

FOR SPEED AND QUALITY

Oscar'sFirst Class.ShoeRepair

1114 South
University

Back to Top

© 2021 Regents of the University of Michigan