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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

There is a mighty good place to eat
on Huron Street. They call it
Teet's Dining Halls

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MATHER WORKIN-G WITH PROMISING

805 East Huron Street

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st Year Team Possesses Potential
Varsity Backfield and Line
Aspirants
lLY SCRIMMAGES ARE NOT
UNPLEASING TO THE COACHES
rom a squad that jpumbered more
n 175 a week ago E. J. Mather,
shman football coach has succeed-
in culling out the most hopeless
didates until he has about 75 men
orting regularly now. With as-
ant coaches Beak Weston, A. Kar-
, and Dick Carney to do most of

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CANDIDATES ON FRESHMEN SQUAU

You are always sure of getting

courteous service.

as well as a

high quality of food.

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the preliminary work with the squad,
Mather has been able to center his
efforts on picking out the more like-
ly looking yearlings with the result
that he now has a fairly definite idea
of the ability of most of the cand-
dates.
Tuesday afternoon the frosh were
called upon for their first scrirffinage
of the season, not a week after they
had reported for the first time, and
the fact that they defeated an eleven
composed of second string Varsity
men by one touchdown leads one to
believe that Mather is working with
material a little better than ordinary
this fall. In the second scrimmage of
the season, Wednesday. Yost sent
some of his choicest griders in against
the yearlings with the result that they
did not fare as well as on the previ-
ous day but the Skipper has seen
enough to convince him that he is
working with some potential Varsity
stars.

Detroit Men in Backfield
A backfield composed of Vreeland,
of Dbtroit Northwestern, at fullback;
Monihan, of Detroit Northern, and
Schlabach, of Oklahoma City, half-
backs; and Keefer, of Dayton Steele
High, quarter, has been used in the
scrimmages to date and seems to be
the best combination the yearlings
can put forward. In. the scrimmage
Tuesday, Vreeland and Keefer were
the particular stars and were directly
responsible for the touchdown that
beat the Varsity, Vreeland running
the ball 40 yardsyto the 12 yard line
and Keefer carrying it over on the
next play. Vreeland has been doing
the kicking in scrimmage but Schla-
bach has also shown talent in this
department so the team will be well
fortified here. Monihan and Schla-
bach, while they have not turned in
the spectacular performances that
their two running mates have shown,
are both backs of the first water and
can be counted on for regular berths.
Green and Huhl are other ball toters
who have attracted the eyes of the
coach and will be seen in scrimmage
shortly.
It wilr not be a poor' guess to
say that the green line was more
than a match for the Varsity forward
wall in a weight contest. With such
huskies as VanDer Voort, Murray
and Astley in the yearling line the
Varsity backs have found it dfficult
to gain on backs that tore the Mt.
Union wall to shreds last Saturday.
Astley, Blahnick, and Barry have been
used at center, the first two seeming

field. The worst fault that these men
have displayed is erratic passing
which may be due to the short time
that the men have been playing to-
gether.
VanDer Voort Good Man
Walters and Murray are the pick
of the guards at present and are hand-
ling the posts in good shape. Both
of these men are experienced playersl
and with Astley or Blahnick at center
make a formidable keystone. Van
Der Voort at tackle is probably the
best of the freshman linemen because
of his experience on the Depauw var- J
sity last year. He has age, weight,
fight,,and all the experience that goes
to make the ideal lineman and will
be a welcome addition to the Varsity
next fall. Goldstein and Dawson have
been used at tackle regularly and
Tracy has been alternated between
this position and end. All three men
are making a fight> for the position
and the final choice seems to lie be-
tween them. Green, Steele, and Davis
are the leading candidates for the
flank jobs and are having their hands
full just at present curbing the ac-
tivities of Kipke, Banks, teritzhand
company. They seem to be at home
in the position and have showed abili-
ty in scrimmage.
GOVIRNORS DAUIS AND
GROESBECK TO SEE GAME
Governors of two states will wit-
ness the Wolverine-Buckeye clash atl
Ferry Field, October 22. Governor
Harry L. Davis of Ohio and governor
Alexander J. Groesbeck will be the
State officials in attedance. Special
invitations are being sent to both the

COACH SULLIVAN PLANS
INTER-COLLEGE BOXING
RING INSTRUCTOR DISCUSSES
PLANS FOR YEAR BEFORE
BOXINB CLUB
fhCoach Sullivan and 18 members of
the Boxing Club were present at the
Union for the opening meeting of the
club. Tentative plans for an all camp-
us boxing tournament were discussed
by the coach. It is the plan of Coach
Sullivan to organize an inter-college
tournament and if this proves to be
a success, an all campus tournament
will be arranged later in the year.
Bouts for all Weights
In the inter-college tournament
each of the colleges of the University
will be represented by a team of box-
ers. All classes of ring artists will
be represented from paperweights to
the heavyweights. Coach Sullivan is-
sued a special warning against the
use of four ounce fighting gloves in
training for these bouts. All train-
ing done at the gymnasium under the
supervision of the Boxing Club must
be done with eight ounce mits. Using
the larger gloves the best results of
sparring tactics can be gotten out of
the bouts, while the danger of injur-
ies will be negligable.
Training for these bouts will begin
immediately with several weeks of
road work and calisthenics before any
sparring is done. Entrance -to the
Boxing Club will be on a competitive
basis this year and invitations will
be issued to about 10 members of each
class.
To Use Sectional Ring
The purchase of a sectional ring
was also discussed by Coach Sullivan.
The acquisition of such a ring will
add greatly to the facilities of the
club for giving exhibition bouts on
the floor of Waterman gymnasium
where all of the students will have a
chance to see the men in action. A
second meeting of the club will be
held next Tuesday evening.

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Prof. Moore Absent Monday, Oct. 10 Thayer street to 1100 Hill street.
Prof. Samuel Moore, of the English
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