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September 29, 1921 - Image 3

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LL SQUAD
N EASY DRILL

ig, Passing, Running, and Aerial
York Take Up Greater Part
of Day's Workout
[ PICKED FOR SATURDAY
ES THROUGH SIGNAL DRILL'
vas a fairly easy day for Coach
football men yesterday after-
The coach was satisfied to keep
en busy with signal practice,'
1g, passing, and offensive and de-
e aerial work. There will be
>re scrimmage before the open-
ame with Mt. Union on Saatur-
Enough men are slightly bung-
to make it advisable to discon-
the more active training until
the opener.I
ost all. of the backs were given
i at booting out some punts with
tee as usual getting off some
y long ones. Other backs and
en were sent down under the ball#
iber up and acquire speed. All!
also put on the receiving end.
nds were kept busy almost the
period snatching onto passes
the interference of other candi-
Other backfield material took
4 at heaving the ball as well as
'ing the passes of their team
3.Kirk, was pulling 'them frorL
nger tips of his blockers in good
linemen were given consider-
ttention, special work being giv-
e tackles and guards. Muirhead
;appon were opposed by- several
linemen and instructed to break
gh, with the results not at all un-
able. Both of these men have
possibilities and will bear close
ling. They are aggressive and
fighters.
owing the individual drill, the
which will start on Saturday was
a up in defensive formation
st a forward pass attack from
ibstitutes., Swan was in Wilson's
the latter being out for prac-
but somewhat stiff. The day's

work was finished by Banks running
the team up and down the field with
'signal practice.
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FARRELL AD ARE
SBUSY 'WITHTRACK MEN
Every day new men, are turning out
for cross country running which is
proving so popular this fall under the
teachings of Professor Carver and
Coach Steve Farrell. Eight new men
reported at Waterman gymnasiumsyes:-
terday afternoon, and they were given
a light workout with the squad led
by Donald Douglas. The first squad is
also growing, a large number of men
under Captain Penberthy running
about four miles over the boulevard
course yesterday. The second squad
under Douglas took a two mile trip at
a slow pace as many of the men are
not yet in the best of condition.
Coach Farrell is enthusiastic about
the prospects for a winning team this
fall and is positive that his men will
give the other Conference distance
men a merry chase in the various
meets in which the Michigan team is
entered.
Steve also is starting work for the
track squad besides his duties as cross
country coach. The pits inside the
oval Just south of Waterman gymnas-
ium are being dug up and will be ready
in a day or two for the pole vaulters,
high jumpers, broad jumpers and those
Iwho put the shot..

Ohio State
Columbus, O., Sept. 29. - Coach
Wilce is experimenting with his flank
men in an endeavor to strengthen the
wings of his machine. The Ohio line
will be largely composed of veterans
from last year's champion eleven.
"Truck" -Myers, captain for the Buck-
eye aggregation, will hold down one
of the wings but his running mate is
still botheriag the Ohio mentor. Huff-
man, captain and tackle on last year's
team, is being tried at left end.
A scrimmage Tuesday resulted in a
punting duel betwen the freshmen
and the varsity. Isabel, halfback on
the varsity squad, was lifting the oval
for 60 #rards a number of times dur-1
ing the play.

center to fill the vacancy left by tne
graduation of Depler. Gasthoff and
McMillen are also being used at Lae
pivot position. Punting is one tning
which is bothering the Illinois mentor
since he is minus the servicen of
Hellstrom and'Majors. With Reiclle
in the backfield this dif lculty may be
overcome.
,Wisconsin
Mad ion, Wis,, Sept. 29.-Richtd's
Badge squad is being pointed for the
Illinois game Oct. 22. The' varsity
squad meets Lawrence this Saturday
and is being whipped into shape for
the initial contest. With Barr, alter-
nate. quarterback on last year's team,'
definitely out because of scholastic
Aiffin .il ina - rVi . I ...,.-- +n isJ..

G RIDIRON GOSSIP

COCHRAN TO GIVE
BILLIARD EXHIBIT
Billiard enthusiasts in Ann Arbor'
will welcome the news that Welker
Cochran, one of the greatest billiard
players in the country, will give an
exhibition match on Saturday, Oct. 1,
at the Auston Brothers parlors.
Cochran is now in Detroit practicing
for his match in December, when he
will meet Willie Hoppe for the chai'
pionship of the world, and will come
out to Ann Arbor in time for the
football game Saturday afternoon.
The match will be held at 7:30
o'clock in the evening, and no admis-
sion will be charged. Cochran will
play some of the local billiard sharks
and will also give an exhibition of his
fancy shots at which he is skilled.
Frances Caspari, teacher of voice
culture. Studio, Cornwell Bldg. For
terms, Phone 638.--Adv.

POSTPONE SOGd
MEETING FOR
Owing to the Regents' r
Friday which will determi
p'artment under which socc
placed, the meeting of alls
which was originally set f
evening will be temporai
poned. When the status o:
is settled, a meeting will
probably the first of next
In the meantime practice
tinue and the next period
4:15 o'clock Friday afterno
son, who will assist in geti
started, has urged that all
men who intend to play i
ternity league report for
tice so as to get onto the
tals.
The pride of every man
dignified and exquisite neck
Palais Royal carries the sil
colors to make them.-Adv.

I

-iIIults, Lthe nBadger mentor is us-
ing Gibson, a sophomore, at quarter.
Williams, Gould, Elliott, 'and Sundt,
Urbana, 111., Sept. 29. - Zuppke is all veterans, are being used at the
shifting his men continually and has other backfield positions. Bunge
as yet failed to settle upon any defi- seems a fixture at center. Platten,
nite lineup. The Indians do not open Brumm, Irons and Nelson are alter-
their season until Oct. 8, when they nating at guard, while Hohlfield is
meet South Dakota. Until his new making good at right tackle, and
possibilities have been tried out, Brader seems assured of left tackle.
Zuppke will not announce any reg- On the wings Tebell and Horne
ular lineup. Don Peden, halfback in seem the most likely combination. Te-
last year's varsity, is being used Itl bell has been doing some place kick-
end, awhile Mullen, Simpson, and La-ping, while Captain Sundt handles the
ta are alternating as a running matte punting.
for Peden. Reichle, end on the 1919 (Continued on Page Four)
team, is being used in the backfieid,
where the Indian coach is pointing r
Drawing 'Instruments. Bargains in
him to do the kicking. Mohr, guard second hand sets at Wahr's, 316 State
and veteran lineman, is being used at St.-Adv.

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TODAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY
" Bob likese better 'en any gi

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Fyne Point, Ever Sharp and Auto
Point pencils in silver and gold. Hal-
ler & Fuller, State St. Jewelers.-Adv.

Bob Hampton, the
gambler; Buddy,
and- the Kid, the
desert girl-

-vita
rames
wood.

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AllHkinds of Breeches and Riding Habit, Puttees, and
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TO OUR JUNIOR FRIENDS
W are giving a Bargain Matinee
SATURDAY AFTERNOON, OCTOBER F
at 2:00 and 3:30
to any Ann Arbor boy or girl attending s
up to the 8th grade. Be sure and get a t
from our man. He will see you after s
Thursday or Friday.

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