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wealth of material on hand,
ther of the freshman foot-,
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Just what men will be con-
s the freshman team.
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son to cut the men off. There is
plenty of backfield material but it is
the line which is receiving the great-
est attention from the coach. The
seven positions are being fought for
consistently by all the linemen on the
squad and Mather as yet has not been
able to determine a combination which
outranks any other to any great ex-
tent. Practice on the yearling squad
has been rather irregular owing to
classes, minor injuries, and a host of
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Navy officials announced yesterday
that West Virginia Wesleyan had can-
celed their game with the Navy sched-
uled for tomorrow afternoon. No rea-
son was given for the cancellation ex-
cept that it was the request of the au-
thorities at Wesleyan.
Marshall Foch has accepted an in-
vitation to attend the Yale-Prince-1
ton football game at New Haven on
Nov. 12. He will be accompanied by
Col. Frank D'Olier, former command-
er of the American Legion. Marshall
Foch will sit on the princeton side dur-
ing halt the game and on the Yale
side the other half.
Columbia plans to have three stad-
iums on its new 26 acre athletic field
it was announced today. The largest
will be the football amphitheater
which will accommodate 56,000 spec-
tators. The track stadium will seat
10,000 and the baseball stands 7,000.
Ground will be broken next year.
Yale officials announced yesterday
that a railroad strike will not inter-
fere with the Yale football schedule.
If the strike comes Yale will arrange
to go to Cambridge by automobile and
Princeton will go to New Haven by
the same means.
VARIYIN FIGHTING TRIM, AS YOST GIVES MEN
NEWPLAYSTO STOPBUCKEYES' VAUNTED DEENSE
Michigan's football team is fighting.
Practice this week has brought out
more fight and determination than
has been seen on Ferry field this year.
The spirit of every man on the squad
is gradually working up to a point
where only a vastly superior team
can down it. Drills such as that held
yesterday afternoon are positive as-
surance to every follower of the
team that Michigan will fight to the
Interest in the
big game increases
as the day draws near. Alumni are
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returning to Ann Arbor several days
early and a group of the loyal gradu-
ates entertained the Varsity football
squad and coaches at dinner last eve-
ning at the Union. The entire squad
of 35 men and the coaches will
again be the guests of this body of
alumni tonight, and again Saturday
noon at lunch. In this way Michi-
gan's graduates hope to bring the
team even closer together than is
possible on the field. A feeling of
"oneness" will naturally result and
the coaches -are enthusiastic over the
spirit which the alumni is showing.
Yost has been working on a de-
fense for the much vaunted varied
Ohio offense. His trip to Columbus
last week gave him much material to
work on. He saw many plays for
which he has been working up effec-
tive stops. Strangely enough, with
so many scouts in the stands, Ohio
opened tip with a vast number of
tricks against Minnesbta. It is cer-
tain that Yost has taught his men
how to combat them. If Wilce has any
more tricks up his sleeve, he has cer-
tainly succeeded in teaching his team
a great number of plays.
Yost Gives New Plays
At the same time he , has been
showing his squad how to down the
Ohio plays, the Varsity mentor has
also been working on new plays and
formations of his own. They are be-
ing executed with a smoothness that
is encouraging and the Michigan team
will not be far behind the Scarlet and
Gray in the matter of attack. Defen-
sively, the Michigan team has been
Ohio will probably outweigh the
Varsity on the line. It was this part
of the team which was so highly
heralded during the early season. A
backfield was Wilce's problem this
year. Apparently he has partly solv-
ed it in Workman, Stuart, Taylor,
and Honaker. That the Michigan
backfield still has an edge is gener-
ally conceded, however.
Yost will make no statement of any
kind except that it will be a great
Informal Soccer Team to Play Flint
Members of the Informal Soccer
team are urgently requested to at-
tend the meeting of the team to be
held in room 319 of the Michigan
Union at 7:30 tonight. At this meet-
ing plans for the first gamge with
Flint to be played on Oct. 29 will be,
discussed. Arrangements will also be
made for a mid-week game with Yp-
silanti in order to enable prospective
players to qualify for the two vacant
positions on the team. The election
of permanent officers occupies a place
on the program and a large turnout
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POLICE MAKE TRAFFIC RULE
To avoid congestion before and
after the football game Saturday,
State street from Monroe to Mc-
Kinley will be closed to' traffic.
Further, vehicles'will not be per-
mitted on any streets within a
block of Ferry field.. Residents
of Ann arbor are asked not to
drive their automobiles to the
game, so that parking facilities
for out of town cars will be
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the Whitmore Lake Pavilion, Friday
and Saturday. Fisher's Orchestra.-
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