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October 12, 1921 - Image 4

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The Michigan Daily, 1921-10-12

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I Ferry field from the northwest and pit which spelled defeat for M. A. C. FARMER TEAM THAT MEETS WOLVERINES
,' N lanced its way through wool and can- The same is. true of the coming battSATUR AY WILL HAVE NINE VETERANS

M. A. C. will oppose the Wolverines
next Saturday for the sixteenth time
in 23 years. Only twice in the his-
tory of. the conflicts, between the
Yost trained elevens and the Farm-
ers, have the East Lansing boys been
returned victors; and on one occa-
sion they held the Wolverines to a
coreless tie. From all indications the
Farmer eleven this year is not as
powerful as the elevens have been in
past years. Albion's defeat of M. A.
C., 24 to 7, last Saturday was one of
the big surprises in local football.
The Aggies lost the game, when after
they had made one touchdown and
by line plunging had carried the ball
to Albion's one foot line, failed to put
the ball across. Albion, then three
points in the lead, kicked out of -dan-
ger and the Aggies, conscious of a
lack of time in which to carry the
ball down the field in line smashes,
took up a long passing game.
Fail at Passing
Bullen of Albion speared one of the
Aggie passes and dashed half the
distance to the. goal. Albion, unable
to use line smashes,-used the hidden-
end play for her second touchdown.
The Aggies, desperate, again resorted
to the passing game and again Bullen
intercepted one of the Farmers' pass-
es and raced to the goal line for the
third touchdown. The Aggies, lope-
lessly beaten, were unable to come
back and even up matters.
Coach Yost and the Wolverine
coaching staff is not treating the con-
test lightly but rather expects some
stiff opposition from the East Lansing
school. The Aggies have the knack of
putting up their strongest fight
against Michigan and more than once
have exhibited unexpected strength in
the clashes on Ferry f1eld. In 1913
the Aggies defeated one of Yost's
greatest machines, while in 1914
Larry Splawn's toe gave the Maize and
Blue a three point margin, (which was
enough to win. In 1915 Michigan met
its most disastrous encounter with
the Farmers, when the Green and
White won a 24 to 0 encounter.
Won Last in '16
Since 1915 the Aggies hav scored
but one touchdown, and it was made
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in 1918 when the S. A. T. S. eleven
won from the Agges in a late season
game 21 to 6. Nine-vterans of last
year's tilt will be in the Aggie lineup
Saturday. Captain Bos at right tac-
kle is one of the strongest men in
the Aggie forward wall. Last year
this man gave the Wolverine linemen
a strong argument, and with Matson
at left guard, Michigan's right half of
the line will be given a test which it
has not received against Mt. Union
and Case.
Numbers now worn by the men on
the football squad will, in all proba-
bility, be carried through the remain-
der of the season, according to officials
in charge of the apparel.
At the big games the numbers of
the men will appear in the athletic
programs, but for the convenience of
those who are not yet acquainted
with the men, a list of numbers are
given here: 1, Dunne;. 2, Vick; 3,
Wilson; 4, Banks; 5, Usher; 6, Goe-
bel; 7, Cappon; 8, Steketee; 9, Ute-
ritz; 10, Neisch; 11, Muirhead 12,
Wieman; 13, Van Orden; 14, Kipke;
15, Kirke; 16, Johns; 17, Gunther; 18,
Crawford; 19, Knode; 20, Swan; 21,
Roby; 23, Keatley; 24, Fairbairn; 26,
Richards; 27, Oliver; 28, Novy; 29,
Curran; 30, Dean; 31, Garfield; 32,
Trout; 33, Searle; 34, Smith; 35,
Petro; 37, Martin; 38, McAuliffe; 39,
Dunphy; 40, Henry.
Packard Homesite Subdivision opens
Thursday. Opening prices last until
Saturday night. They are so reason-
able you should act now.--Adv.
their friends. Thursday, Oct. 13, at
Armory. Music by Michigan Union or-
chestra. Dancing 9 to 1. Tickets may
be secured at WILLET'S RESTAUR-
Girls Attention! Rain water sham-
poos, hair dressing, marcel-waving,
face and scaip treatment. Wigs for
rent. Mrs. J. R. Trojanowski, 1110 S.
University Ave., side entrance. Phone
Try a Daily Want Ad It pays.-Adv.
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