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'RESTLERS STILL
HUNTING A COACH
Vreslting is attracting a large num-
of student followers.. As yet a
table coach for the mat men has not
n found but in order to carry onj

practice, students of wrestling ability
and experience will assist new men in
getting on to the sport.
Instructions are being given every
afternoon in Waterman gymnasium
from 3:30 o'clock on. On _Tuesdays,
Hallard will be on hand to take charge
of the heavyweights. Wednesdays,

Campbell will show all he knows to
the middleweights. Dyne, on Thurs-
days, will take care of the welter-
weights, and Baschan will do the same:
for the welters on Fridays.
All those interested in wrestling and
who would like to work out in the gym
are urged to turn in their names to

any one of the above mentioned men.
Girls Attention! Rain water sham-
oos, hair dressing, marcel-waving,
face and scalp treatment. Wigs for
rent. Mrs. J. i. :rroJanowski, 1110 S
University Ave., side entrance. Phone
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Coach Yost Drills His Squad on Plays
and Formations With Which
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BACKFIELD 'POSITIONS AREt
STILL OPEN AND UNSETTLED
Michigan's football squad opened itst
final week of practice before the Wis-
consin game with every cripple outt
on the gridiron rehearsing the new4
plays which Coach Yost has given to
the team. Last night, the Wolverines
turned out in larger numbers thant
they have since the opening of the Con-
ference season. Usher,'Banks, Roby,
Wieman, Neisch, and Johns are rap-t
idly rounding into condition and the
injuries which have handicapped them
are expected to disappear before the
squad leaves for Madison on Thurs-
day night.
Backfield Receiving Attention
Coach Yost is devoting the major
part of his attention to the backfield.
Michigan's backfield, at the beginning
of the season, appeared to be the class
of the Conference but due to injuries
its members suffered, the backfield has
not been at full strength since the Mt.
Union fracas. Wisconsin has a veter-
an backfield of proven ability and.it ist
Coach Yost's hope that he can match
the speedy Badger quartette when theC
Wolverines line up against, them at
Camp Randall next Saturday. If every
Michigan back is in condition there
should be a merry contest between the
two most powerful backfields in the
Conference. Elliott, Gould, Sundt andr

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the best clothes in America?" Get the opinion of
experts. There is only one answer, and there's
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Woods are all playing their last year
for Wisconsin while "Rollie" Williams
has another year of competition. Cap-
tain Sundt is playing his fourth year
for the Cardinal.
Positions Still Uncertajn
Michigan's backfield is still some-
what problematical. If Yost is able
to avail himself of its entire strength
he should have few worries behind the
line. Roby, Usher, and Cappon are
plungers of ability. In this depart-
ment Michigan holds an advantage
over the Cardinal. Steketee, Kipke,
Banks, and Uteritz are open field men.
Here Wisconsin has given demonstra-.
tions of its strength in games against
® Northwestern, Illinois, and Minnesota.
Williams, Elliott, and Gould are fast
elusive open field men. Against- Min-
nesota, Elliott carried the ball 110
yards in two runs. Michigan has had'
no such opportunity of demonstrating
its open field strength. Steketee was
off form against Ohio and Kipke was
injured after he had started the crowd
with a long gain. Against Illinois the
muddy field kept either team from
breaking loose for any long gains al-
though Steketee found, his footing in
the final period.
Wisconsin Has Varied Attack
The Badgers have displayed a varied
attack. In passing, running, kicking,
and blocking their work has been of,
the highest order. Michigan's defense
is being drilled against these antics.
Sturzenegger thinks he has two rea-
sons why the Badgers will fail on an
open field Saturday. His reasons are
Kirk and Goebel who have been un-
der his careful tutelege for the past
week. Michigan is strengthened in
every department and barring injuries
will meet Wisconsin with the most
powerful team the Badgers have met
this year.

Fraternities Entertain Team
Arrangements have been made by
the fraternities on the campus to en-
tertain the football team at dinner un-
til they leave Thursday night. The
squad will be divided into two parts
and each evening one section will be
the guest of a fraternity for dinner.
It is thought that by keeping the men
together they will leave to invade the
Badger camp with the Michigan fight-
ing spirit and a greater morale. Last
night they were entertained at the A.
T. 0. and Phi Psi houses. Tonight
they will be the guests of the Acacia
and Phi Kappa Sigma fraternities:
Wednesday they will be entertained by
the Chi Psi and Alpha Delta Phi
MATHER 1AGIN REDUCES
HIS BASKETBALL SQUAD
SCRIMMAGES HIS MEN FOR FIRST
TIME THIS SEASON LAST
NIGHT
Coach Mather has again cut the Var-
sity basketball squad in his attempt
to get the number of men down to
where he can give them the best re-
sults of his coaching. Ten more men
were absent last night when the squad
reported as they were not of Western
Conference calibre. This cut, has de-
creased the material from which Math-
er will pick his five,Ito about 20 men.
The coach will now be able to spend
more time than before on individual
instruction.
Scrimmage was instituted for the
first time last night and will probably
be in vogue from now on, as the Var-
sity opens the season sometime. next
month. Mather has six weeks In which
to determine the men who will repre-
sent the Wolverines in basketball cir-
cles this winter.
Until after the close of the football
season, practice will be held only on
Monday and Tuesday nights but with
the ending of this sport the number of
practices will be increased.
Coach Fisher is still calling for
candidates for the freshman basketball
team. Practices are being held in
Waterman gymnasium every Wednes-
day and Thursday evenings and all
freshmen are urged to report tomor-
row night if they have not already
done so.
Intramural Items
Entries for interfraternity bowling
and for the marathon run are now
being received, and several houses
have signified their intention to partic-
ipate in both events. The Intramural
department urges that fraternities en-
ter at once so that arrangements for
both events may be made.
But one match remains in the All-
campus doubles tennis tournament,
Dunakin; 63, and Zook, by defeating
Schaefer and Nichols 6-4, 5-7, 7-5, have
won the right to meet Kline and Hodg-
man in the finals.
Soccer games this afternoon will
bring both class and fraternity teams
together in four contests. At 3:30
o'clock, Sigma Nu will oppose Delta
Tau Delta; and Theta Chi will meet
Zeta Psi. Class games are to start
at 4 o'clock, junior lits, R. Brown,
1166, opposing senior engineers,
Charles Seitz, 986-R; and fresh engi-
neers, D. Underwood, 2739-M, meeting
sophomore engineers, H. S. Arner, 558.
Wednesday soccer schedule: Phi
Gamma Delta vs. Alpha Sigma Phi;

Delta Chi vs. Phi Delta Theta; Medics
vs. Architects.
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