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freshman football squads with addi- kle, Van Orden left guard, Johns cen- and sent the ball squarely between the
tional fight and pep. Coach Yost has ter, Crawforth right guard, Henry posts.
been drilling his team in the new right tackle, Curran right end, Ute Kipke Kicks Field Goal
shifts and formations 'with apparent ritz quarterback, Usher fullback, The field goal was scored by Kipke
-o success. Passing has taken much of Knode and Kipke halfbacks. with a prfect drop kick from the 40
the time with most all of the men Usher Scores Touchdown yard line. The speedy back distin-
on the passing as well as on the re- guished himself further as a good
ipke Drop Kicks Field Goal from 40 ceiving end of the ball. Fkkicker. Yost is pleased with Kipke
Yard Line; Forward Passes Yesterday afternoon the coach sent worked the ball down the field on I and looks for great things from him.
Are Successful a team against the freshmen again. new plays and formations. A beauti- He is as wily and slippery as they
The Varsity soon put across " two ful pass from Uteritz to Usher re- come.
touchdowns and a field goal and the sulted in a longWhile not certain, it is probable
OST WILI PROBABLY USE scrimmage broke up when Coach after, Usher crashed through theYp
SAME LINEUP ON SATURDAY Mather of the yearlings had no more right side of the ln for the first against M. A. C. that he has started
men left out on the field to send into touchdown. Knode failed to kick the all season. It seems to be the best
Ideal football weather for the past the game. For the Varsity, Richards goal. bet. It is certain, however, that he
week has instilled the Varsity and began at left end, Cappon left tac- will take no chances on injuriesnto
_______________________________________________________ Again the Varsity received the kickhssasadwl ekte sso
off and Kipke carried the ball into the as it is sure that the game is won.
freshmen territory. A fumble by
Uteritz was recovered by the fresh-
ARE YOU HUNGRY men, but on the next play Richards NOTICE
T H E AFTER AN succeeded in recovering the ball for the
Evening's Study?.Varsity when the yearlings fumbled. A
Evenng s Study? Another pass, Uteritt to Curran, was All wrestlers who won their
G t E Ycompleted but the ball was thrown numerals In the tournamen st
beyond the 10 yard line behind the spring are requested to meet
TRY OUR "HUNGER CURE" goa. Itwas thforthfreshmens' at Dr. May's office, at 5 o'clock,
S H O P SANDWICHES ball on the 20 yard line. On the punt poseay aftrganizng the team and
PACKED TO SUIT which followed Kipke ran the ball eleting a captain. Others who
back for a substantial gain. Shortly' e inercsta r w o
after another successful forward pass a
Nunnally's from Uteritz to Curran gave the Var-
.7 sity its second touchdown. Van Or-
band den was called upon to kick the goal
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Iowa
Iowa emerged from the Notre Dame
game last Saturday in only fair shape;
It being learned yesterday that Captain
Aubrey Devine has an injured jaw
from the fray. On the other hand,
Alex Lindsay, one of the best second
string men on the squad was at the
same time declared -eligble. He will
be a. strong addition to the line. Full-
back Locke is improving but is still
unable to scrimmage. At the present
time Coach Jones is concentrating on
an aerial attack, this being the Hawk-
eyes one weak point.
Wisconsin
Coach Richardschas announced that
the Badgers will continue secret prac-
tice for the rest of the week. All the
time at the present, is being spent in
pointing tfie team for the Illinois game
a week from Saturday, as the North-
western clash this week is not con-
sidered dangerous.
Illinois
Coach Zuppke faces a big task next
Saturday when his crippled team will
meet the redoubtable Hawkeyes. At
the present time, Sabo, Crangle, Peden,
and Mullen are on the sidelines as the
result of injuries, and it is problemat-
ical whether any of them will see ac-
tion in the game with the Iowans.
Kovasey, Latta, and Dawson are tak-
ing the places of the regulars, but are
not the equal of the regular trio. Al
Mohr for the second time this week
took part in a punting drill and also
worked out athalfback.
Ohio State
That Ohio State is going to rely on
a forward passing attack in the fu-
ture, seems to be indicated by Tues-
day's practice. Coach Wilce kept his
squad out after darkness and with the
aid of the arc-lights continued to run
them through signals. Forward pass
after forward pass was thrown. Noel
Workman, Stuart, and Myers being
used on the hurling end. The team
snapped into play and moved as one
man. Some of this coordination was
lost however in scrimmage with the
freshmen, which indicates that several
more days of practice1willb e needed
before the team moves with the prop-
er precision while in action.
Minnesota
Coach Williams drove his men at top
speed through practice yesterday,
drilling his squad on old plays and
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teaching them some new ones. The
line men who showed lack of endr-
ance in the Northwestern game were
put to work on the charging machine.
Today the team will get its first taste
of hard scrimmage and will leave to-
morrow night for Columbus
INTRAMURALS BEGIN
1-2 SEASON TODAY
INTERFRATERNITY SOCCER TO IN-
AUGURAE BIGGEST YEAR
IN HISTORY
This afternoon will see the opening
of one of the most extensive inter-
fraternity programs ever outlined in
the history of intramural sport at
Michigan when six teams go into bat-
tle in the first three games of the
opening round in the soccer tourna-
ment. The games are scheduled to
start promptly at 4 o'clock and will
continue to start at this hour until
Nov. 1 when the change in time will
necessitate earlier contests.
Soccer Schedule
The schedule for this afternoon
brings Trigon against Zeta Beta Tau,
Sigma Phi Epsilon in opposition to
Phi Gamma Delta, and Psi Upsilon on
the field with Delta Sigma Delta. From
what little dope is obtainable from last
year's records the six teams seem
evenly-matched and hot contests are
expected to result.
An innovation in fraternity athletics
will appear early in November with
the interhouse cross country run. Al-
though the route has not been defin-
itely decided upon it is expected that
it will be either over the regular Var-
sity course or from Ypsilanti to Ann
Arbor. The latter route covers ap-
proximately nine miles while the
former is shorter. The fraternity
marathon, as it is to be known, is ex-
pected to be a big hit with the repre-
sentative houses, as wel as to bring
out some good Varsity track material.
Schedule for Next Week
Further drawings in the soccer
tournament have made it possible to
announce the following schedule for
next week, which will be adhered to as
nearly as weather conditions will per-
mit: Monday, Delta Tau Delta vs. Phi
Chi, Delta Chi vs. Delta Kappa Epsi-
lon, Zeta Psi vs. Delta Upsilon; Tues-
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