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VARSITY SECONDS SE
Substitutes Experience Little Diffi-
culty in Putting Across Four
YOST FOR FIRST TIME WILL
HAVE MOST OF HIS REGULARS
Scrimmage between the Varsity sec-
onds and the Reserves was celebrated
yesterday afternoon by the return of
two men from the hospital list when
Neisch and Gunther took their places
with the Varsity against Fisher's Re-
serves. Strengthened by Neisch who
played right tackle and Gunther at
I right half, the Varsity, piloted by Bob
Knode, experienced little difficulty in
putting across four touchdowns before
a conference between the coaches call-
ed a halt to the march.
Neiseb Back On Line
With the return of Neisch and Swan
to the line and Gunther to the back-
field, the Varsity appears to be in much
better condition for the affair at Ur-
bana with the Illini eleven, but now
the forward wall is rounding into form
rapidly. Wilson, regular Varsity
guard for three seasons, who was un-
able to last through the Ohio game,
will probably be in shape, whie Swan
is out to contest the position with
"ob." Ed Johns who battled the
giant Pixley to a standstill will also
be heard from. Nesch is one of the
sophomores who showed great promise
in spring practice last year and was
counted on by Qoach Yost to help set-
tle the tackle question. Neisch wash
the first man on the squad to be hiti
by the jinx which has trailed Michigan
throughout the season but yesterday
he appeared to be in tip top condition.
Since Nesch has chased the Jinx, the
members of the Varsity are wondeing
if the streak of injuries which have
played havoc with the entire squad is
not at an end.
Gunter Good For Gains
Gunther in the backfield was able to
hit the Reserve line for substantial
gains, while Knode and Landowski
picked holes almost at will. The Re-
serves using Illinois plays made little
headway through the Varsity line. Only
once did they threaten when a long
run and a pass placed the ball within
striking distance of the goal. Here
Fisher's men using Zuppke's pet plays
were unable to make their downs.
According to all advance reports,
Illinois is leaving nothing undone to
make the Michigan game the biggest
fray that has been played on the In-
GOLFERS TO PLAY
Michigan's golf team will leave
Thursday evening for games with both
Purdue and Illinois. Prof. T. C. True-
blod received word from Purdue ar-
ranging for a game there Friday aft-
ernoon. This will be the first golf
meet of the year for the Michigan
golfers. Ohio State was supposed to
engage Michigan in the opening game
of the season last Saturday, but the
Ohio team was insufficiently organ-
ized, so the game was called off. Aft-
er the Purdue game the team will
leave immediately for Urbana, where
they will oppose the Indian's golf
team Saturday, previous to Illinois-
Michigan football struggle. W. H.
Ingham, '21, and A. L. Welch, '23E,
are the only members, at present, that
are sure of berths on the team.
: RI MMACE WIIH Intramural Items
I Today'sschedule in nterfraternlty
1 soccer is as follows: Phi Delta Theta
vs. Sigma Nu, Kappa Beta Psi vs.
Beta Theta Pi, Zeta Beta Tau vs. Aca-
dians home field this season. Alumni cia. All matches start at 4 o'clock.
from both schools are expected to flock The third game announced is in the
to Urbana this Saturday despite the consolation series.
fact that the result will have no bear- Games for Thursday at 4 o'clock:
ing on the championship. Michigan Sigma Phi Epsilon vs. Delta Sigma
should enter the game in better con- Delta, Phi Chi vs. Delta Kappa Epsi-
dition than it did against O. S. U., while lon, Delta Upsilon vs. Delta Sigmna
Zuppke's regulars who were injured in Phi. These three matches are in the
the South Dakota and Iowa games are consolation round. In the upper
again fit for a gridiron battle. With round, Trigon will oppose Phi Gamma
men on both sides of the big rivals Delta, the game to start at 4 o'clock.
ready for action the contest should be
the hardest fought in the middle west. The following matches in All-cam-
Other Schools Busy pus tennis doubles must be played at
Wisconsin meets Minnesota, but with once: Upjohn and Smock, 203441, vs.
Oss definitely out of the contest, the Freed and Witty, 751-W; Jerome,
Gophers have little chance of winning. 1167-R, and Steiner, 937-M, vs. Kresge
Ohio State takes a rest while the pow- and Roch, 371; Rock, 956-M, and Se-
erful Iowa aggregation should have an gal, 751-W, vs. Moore and Ogden,
easy time with Purdue. Stagg's Ma- 1399; Ornstein, 1236-J, and Appel,
roons play another intersectional con- 1104,- vs. Schaefer and Nichols, 1490-
test with the Colorado Aggies but have W; Shaw and Barber, 1070-W, vs.
little to fear from the westerners. Dunakin, 63, and Zook; Randall and
Coach Yost plans to take a squad of Merner, 355, vs. Neely and Gould,
2$ men with him Thursday night when 354-3; Rorich,. 3589, and Ohlmacher,
he invades the Indian camp. If the 1098-M, vs. Fraley and Ford.
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Ferry field has been the scene of
many a battle betwen Michigan and
her innumerable foes, both Conferenci
and from the East. Many a question
of supremacy has been decided there
and last Saturday was no exception.
Ferry field was formally opened in
1906,' after Michigan had left the Con-
ference, but no games of importance
were played there until the fall of
1907, when the University of Penn-
sylvania came west to. conquer the
Wolverines. In this they were su'c-
cessful, winning by a 6-0 score. Nine-
teen thousand people attended this
contest, which was the largest at-
tendance on record.
The following year Michigan again
lost to Penn and also to Syracuse, the
former team white-washing us 29-0,
while the New Yorkers ran up a score
First Victory In 1909
The first real victory for Michigan
on Ferry field came in 1909 when the
Wolverines defeated Syracuse 44-0. In
that year Notre .Dame invaded the
new stadium for the first time and
took over Michigan to the tune of
11-3. The next year Minnesota came
to Ann Arbor and returned home
without the little brown jug.
Nineteen hundred and eleven was a
great year on the now famous sta-
dium. The Maize and Blue warriors
defeated Penn 11-9, Vanderbilt 9-8 and
tied the Orange and Black from Syra-
In 1912 another Eastern team came
to Ferry field to go down to defeat.
Cornell with an exceptionally strong
eleven took a 20-7 lacing from Yost's
Nebraska Bows 20.0
The next big game was in 1917,
when a new team came ,to Ann Arbor
undefeated only to be stopped by
the Wolverines. Nebraska, although
strong, could not cope with the Mich-
igan team of that year and was de-
feated 20-0. The following year
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Michigan shut out both Chicago and
Syracuse on Ferry field.
In 1919 Ohio State came to Ann Ar-
bor and for the first time in the his-
tory of relations between the two
schools succeeded in winning from
the Wolverines. Coming with a squad
of veterans they struck Michigan on
an off year and came out on the long
end of a 13-3 score.
Last year Illinois furnished the op-
position for one of the best games
seen on the present stadium when
they beat Michigan by the margin of
one point, the goal kicked after a
Gun and Blade Banquet Postponed
Due to unavoidable circumstances,
the Gun and Blade banquet which was
to have been held Thursday evening
at the Union has been postponed. The
committee in charge has cancelled all
arrangemnts for the present but it is
hoped that the event may be held in
the near future.
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Two Conference teams will be met by
the Yale university, court five in an
extensive western trip scheduled for
the Christmas vacation. They open:
their trip with a game against West-
ern Reserve at Cleveland on Dec. 26.
They play Ohio State on the follow-
ing night and close with a game
against Northwestern on Dec. 31iIn
Harvard's football team appears to
be "shot to pieces". When 'Coach
Fisher surveyed his squad yesterday
he found that four more regulars had
joined the hospital - list after the
game with Penn State last Saturday.
Harvard, with a wealth of material in
the early season, was so reduced in
the game last Saturday that linemen
were shoved into the backfield and a
cheerleader was sent to the clubhouse
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