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GE'VOTHE MICHIGAN DAILY FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1
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A deposit will hold until Christmas The Varsity band furnished the mus-
amphire an other che stating ic for the first Athletic association
at O. D. Morrill's, 17 Nickel's Arcade. dance in 1898.
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COACH YOST AND SQUA0D DPART FOR
MADISON AFTER RHOUSING SEND-OFF1

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Wisconsin Field Covered by Blanket
of Snow on Eve of Great Game;
Weather Freezing
ENTIRE MICHIGAN TEAM IN
EXCELLENT PHYSICAL TRIM
Thirty-three Wolverine gridiron
warriors accompanied by Coach Yost,
Wieman, Sturzenegger and Trainer
Archie Hahn were- given a rousing
send-off last night when they left to
invade Camp Randall at Madison,

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Wis. The Michigan team was in fine
condition for the final trip of theI
season. They arrive in Madison this
morning and will go through a light
workout on the Cardinal gridiron in
preparation for the tilt with the
Badgers tomorrow afternoon. Six
inches of snow covered the field at
Camp Randall and the temperature
was below freezing. The snow will
not seriously discommode the players
for Richards' men have the field cov-
ered although chances are that it will
be a trifle soft Saturday due to rains
which preceded the snowstorm.
Same Line to Begin
Every Michigan man is In condi-
tion for the fray and when the Wol-
verines line up against Wisconsin to-
morrow afternoon for the first time
since the memorable battle of Nov.
19, 1905, they will be in better condi-
tion than at any time since the Con-
ference season opened. The same line
that smothered the plunges of Cran-
gle, Walquist, and Peden of Illinois
will start the game. Kirk and Goebel
at ends, Johns and Muirhead at tac-
kle, Captain Dunne and Wilson at
guards, with Vick playing offensive
center and defensive tackle is. the for-
ward wall Coach Yost has selected to
start the game. Swan, who got into
the scrimmage at Illinois, and Petro
will be first, string substitutes from
tackle to tackle, while Neisch will be
held in reserve for the flank positions.
The Badgers have a line which has
improved with every game but if the
Wolverines charge as they did against
the Suckers they will be a hard lot
to hold.
Cappon Certain in Backfield
Wisconsin is reputed to possess the
best set of backs any Badger team
has boasted of since 1912. Many crit-
ics are loud in claiming that Jawn
Richards backfield is the class of the
middle west. Coach Yot also has
seven men, from which to choose his
backfield quartette, who compare fav-
orably with the best in the country.
Michigan's backfield puzzle will not
be made public by Coach Yost until
the whistle blows Saturday. At pres-
ent only one of the seven men is cer-
tain to be seen behind the li~ne when
the contest opens. This man is Cap-
pon. "Cappe's" great' work at Illi-
nois surpassed the expectations of
all Michigan supporters. His line
plunging was consistent and always
good for a few yards. Cappon is a
strong defensive men as well and
should prove as effective as Captain
Sundt' in driving. He will play left
half. Roby or Usher will open at full-
back, Steketee or Kipke at right half,
and Banks or Uteritz will direct the
Wolverines from quarterback. It is
not unlikely that Coach Yost will hold
some of his men in reserve until the
opportunity presents itself for Michi-
gan to strike, or until the Badger
coach switches his men behind the
line. Wisconsin has two sets of
men for the backfield and may use
his entire quota.
Chauncey M. Depew opened the 1896-
97 lecture course.
BETWEEN
DANCES
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RIFLE TEAM STOPS
OUTDOOR PRACTICE
Due to the inclement weather, the
rifle team will probably hold no more
outdoor practice this year. However,
indoor shoots at the Armory with
other schools will be held. Such was
the practice last year, when competi-
tion was found with Wisconsin and
Ohio State. The Riffle club is still
planning on holding the Turkey shoot
on Thanksgiving day, unless the'
weather becomes much worse.'
MORE WANTED FOR
BILLIARD TOURNEY
Students wishing to enter the com-
ing billiard tournament which is to be
held at the Union the middle of next
week, should sign up now. At present,
few students have entered the tourna-
ment and as the list of entries will bel
closed after Saturday it is hoped a
large number will join the ranks of
the entries before that time. All the
entry money is to be used in the pur-
chase of prizes for the winners.
Sport Clippings
Boxing for freshmen will begin at
Harvard this month. Boxing classes
fulfill the - requirements for compul-
sory gym work. The classes are lim-
ited to 35 per hour, and it is expect-
ed that freshmen now engaged in sea-
sonal sports such as tennis, crew,
and lacrossewill take up boxing when
forced by winter to go indoors.

CHICAGO BECOMES
BILLIARD CENTER
Billiardists from all over the coun-
try are arriving at Chicago for the big
balk-line tournament, which will open
in the Congress hotel next Monday.
The East is represented by a large
number of good men, including Maur-
ice Daly of New York, one time cham-
pion. "Chick" Wright, former nation-
al amateur champion, is the hope of
the West. He enters from San Fran-
cisco.
Roger Comti, the French contender
for the title, reports himself in ex-
cellent trim. Critics, however, still
count on Willie Hoppe to defend him-
self in such a way that only extraor-
dinary ability will be able to defeat
him. Backers of Young Jake Schaefer
think he is able to accomplish this
feat.

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