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PLANNED
CHELL FOR
YEAR

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.der the leadership of Elmer
hell,, director of intramural
s, and Wallace Elliot, student
ager, the intramural office is pre-
ag for afi extensive year in ath-
s. At the present tima affairs in
.ntramural department are rather
ttled as their office mnay be
ged in the near future. Under the
itly adopted system of athletics
activty comes under the head of
department of Public Health and
ene and it is probable that the
s may be located in some of the
>us buildings This will be decid-
i the course of a few days.
Tennis Tourney Soon
is the plan of Director Mitcliell
tart the ,fall tennis tournaments
ediately so as to make sure that
are completed before *inter
in. He stated yesterday that all;

those who intend to enter these
tournaments should be in readiness to
play at once as the call for entries
may come soon.
Both golf and cross country will
be carried on this fall. The latter
will receive more attention this yearl
than usual. Director Mitchell will be
assisted in this branch of sport by
Prof. H. C. Carver,, a former Varsity
track man. Professor Carver will
have charge of all the coaching.
Soccer to Be a Big Sport
The big fall activity will be soc-
cer. Both interclass and interfrater-
nity tournaments will be run off as
soon as possible and interest in this
event should increase this year as it
is no longer a new sport to the cam-
pus. It is also possible that there
will be a little informal football. This
is uncertain as yea, but f there is;
it will be under very strict supervi-
sion.{
The swimming team will make its
start early in November and will be
under the supervision of the intra-
murak office unless it is made a Var-
sity sport this year. With this array
of events to start the season, Michi-
gan should have a banner year in
intramural activities.

ERNIE VICK BACK
ITO PLAY CENTER

Yesterday's Drill Brings

the backs who have shown to best ad-
tantage thus far, and the battle for
positions will be settled after the pre-
liminary contests. The work of Gun-
ther has ben particularly pleasing to
the coach. The big fullback from In-
diana has a way of smashing 'the line
which has attracted favorable com-
ment, while his work on the defense
is equal to that of any backfield man
on the squad. After the Mt. Union
game Saturday, Coach Yost will be
able to pick the flaws in his machine.
(ADDITIONAL SPORTS, PAGE 4)

NOTICE

Out Vet-

eran Lineman; Choice of Tae-
kles Still Unsolved

Tryouts for assistant foot-
ball manager report to Al May,
manager, at Ferry field, Tues-
day at 3 o'clock.
Have you seen the new Remington
and Underwood portables? For sale
or rent at Room 2, 2nd floor. 711 N.
University Ave.-Adv.

Underwood, Remington
Royal; also Aemington
wood portables for sal
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All popular makes of
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with us in 1905 a
kept it up in incr
numbers ever si

KNODE AND BANK SHOW WELL
IN HURLING LONG PASSES
Joy prevailed on Ferry field yester-
day afternoon when Ernie Vick put in
his appearance for the first time this
season. Ernie is the last of the vet-
erans to report for practice and with
him back the squad is now complete.
Vick has had three years' Varsity ex-
perience and should prove a tower of
strength to the line. He is one of the
best defensive men in the West and
was selected in 1918 as All-Western
center. Ernie appears to be in the
pink of condition despite his absence
from the early practices, and tips the
scales well over 180 pounds. Vick
was not on the field long yesterday
until he was back at his old job of
passing the oval to Bank.
Line Looks Better
Coach Yost has been on the lookout
since the opening dayof practice for
a center and two tackles, but with
Vick back with the squad his task is
considerably lightened. Petro, Dunne
and Johns have been working out at
center, but now these men can be
used at other positions. In case the
coach should decide to use Vick at
tackle either Johns or Petro are ca-
pable to handle the center position
while Captain Dunne will be back at
his old psition as guard. Selections
for the tackle ijobs are still unsettled

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and it is unlikely that Coach Yost
will decide definitely until he has had
a chance to try out .the most promis-
ing men in the three preliminary bat-
ties prior to the opening of the Con-
ference schedule with Ohio State on
Oct. 22. At present Cappon, Robey,
Wieman, Muirhed and Nesch are be-
ing used. Neisch, who was injured in
the first week of practice, will not
probably be in gerimmage for some
time yet., Wieman, weighting 220
pounds, appears to have an edge on
his competitors, although Stanley
Muirhead is putting up a lively scrap
and is apt to break into the lineup.
Cappon andw Robey are the latest
men being tried out by Coach Yost.
Cappon won' a 'name last year as one
of the greatest defensive ends in the
Conference and was a hard man to
surpass on the offense. With an ad-
ditional 10 pounds of weight Cappon
will be at no handicap in size should
the coach elect to use him at tackle.
Robey gave all of the markings of
tackle in the scrimmage Saturday, but
it is unlikely that he will be used on
the line since .he is a plunging half
and is strong on the secondary de-
fense.
Bank and Knode Hurl Jass'es
Yesterday afternoon was devoted
almost entirely to drill in passing and
kicking. Bank, Knode, Uteritz, Rob-
ey, and Kipke all tried their hand
hurling the ball, while the backs re-
ceived most of the passes. Bank and
Knode ware conspicuous in getting
the ball down to their men. Knode
with his left handed passing had some
of the man guessing at first, but it
is evident that the brother of the
famous Mike -has a deceptive way of
passing with his southpaw which may
prove valuable during the season.
Dean got off some long kicks and
seems to be improving the height of
his punts. With Steketee, Knode
and Dean to kick, Coach Yost will be
able to build up an offense best suited
to his favorite style of play.
Although;the backfield is still prob-
matical there is no scarcity of ma-
terial. Steketee, Kipke, Usher, Rob-
ey, Fairbairn, Gunther and Dean are

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