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November 18, 1921 - Image 4

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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leists Vie For
Billiard Title
itenders for the world's cham-
hip in 18.2 balk line billiards
furnished some surprises in the
hes which are being held at Chi-
The first upset occured when
Shaefer fell before the young
ch expert, Conti. Only the day

previous Shaefer had defeated the vet-
eran Sutton, and he was the favorite
in his match with the Frenchman.
However, he played only a mediocre
game and Conti had little trouble in
disposing of him.
Willie Hoppe, the present champion,
has defeated Sutton and has also taken
a game from Conti. He has shown his
old time skill in all his matches and
no doubt will retain his hold on his
title.

Many men famous in the billiard
world are taking part in this meet.
Hoppe, Shaefer, Sutton, Cochran, Con-
ti, Morningstar and Horemans are
some of the names on the list. Morn-
ingstar had little trouble in defeating
Horemans, the Belgium cueist.
Gi.ecial discount on personal Christ-,
mas Card orders received before Nov.
20. O. D. Morrill, 17 Nickel's Arcade.
Open evenings.-Adv.

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Two Weeks Layoff Has Put Gophers
Eleven in Fighting Trim
For Fray
COACH YOST WILL USE PETRO
IN POSITION LEFT BY DUNNE
Dr. Williams and his squad of fight-
ing Gophers arrived this morning for
the final game of the year on Ferry
field tomorrow afternoon. The Gop-
hers are in the best condition they
have been in since their early game
with Northwestern which crippled
Arnold Oss. The Northmen have had
a two weeks' lay off and every cripple
on the squad, with the exception of
Oss, has rounded into playing condi-
tion.
Gophers Celebrate
Minnesota will be able to throw a
stronger front against the Wolverines
tomorrow than the one which faced
Iowa, in the Gophers' last Conference
game, on Nov. 5. The Northmen held
their last practice on Northrup field
Wednesday, and celebrated the windup
of their football training for the year
by their usual custom of "burning the
shoe." Arnold Oss joined in the jo1-
fication by tossing his crutches into
the flames. Oss is now using a cane
and there is little possibility of his
getting into the play. Minnesota stop-
ped over in Chicago yesterday for a
light workout. The Gopher mentor
said that he hoped to take "the little
brown jug" back to Minneapolis. A
light workout on the Ferry field grid-
iron is all the big team from the North
will indulge in today.
Minnesota has a powerful quartette
of backfield men in Brown, Martineau,
Gilstad and McCreery. McCreery did
not break into the game against the
Hawkeyes but is sufficiently recovered
from injuries to open the game. Brown
will pilot the eleven, Martineau at left
halfback will do the punting and pass-
ing while Gilstad will perform at full-
back.
Minnesota to Use Shift
On the line Minnesota will probably
use Cole and Moyle at ends, Captain
Teberg and Johnson at tackles, M-
Laury and Tierney at guards and Aa
at center.
Minnesota's famous shift will be
seen working tomorrow as the Gop-
hers execute every play from the shift.
The Northmen'd numbers differ from
the other Conference elevens in that
they begin with 10 and run to 30.
Michigan will start th farewell game
minus the services of Capt. "Duke"
Dunne., Dunne's injured arm will not
permit him to get into the scrimmage.
In "Duke's" place Petro will be seen.
Petro is aggresive, and played a high-
ly creditable game against Wisconsin
after Captain Dunne had been forced
out with his injured arm. He will be
opposed by McLaury. Staley Muir-
head will be pitted against Captain Te-
berg of the Gophers. Both men have
played strong games this year and a
lively scrap should ensue.
Goebel to Watch Cole
Goebel will be stationed on the right

flank to oppose Cole. If Bernie Kirk
has recovered from the jolts he receiv-
ed at Madison he will play on the op-
posite wing against Moyle or Wallace.
Curran and Clark Dean are first sub-
stitutes for the end positions. Ernie
Vick will oppose Aas. "Gob" Wilson
will play his farewell -game against'
Tierney, former Minnesota leader.
Ed Johns will be assigned the task of
watching Trig Johnson.
Coach Yost will probably send Uter-
itz, Cappon, Kipke and Roby in the
backfield to open the attack. Steke-
tee and Banks will probably be inject-
ed into the play as both men were
ground gainers in the Badger contest.
Steketee went great on an open field
during the first quarter of the Wiscon-
sin game, while Banks was sent into
the game in the final period, and show-
ed that the injuries which have kept
him out since the M. A. C. game, had
not slowed up the dash he displayed
last year and in the early contests this
season. Every backfield man with the
exception of "Eddie" Usher will be fit
for the fray tomorrow.
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report any irregularity in deliv-
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should reach all subscribers no
later than 7:30 a. m., and should
be folded, and on the porch.
The freshman yell in 1893 was, "Hot
Tomali, Hot Tomali, Hot Tamlia, Gem;
Hoo-rah, '97, U. of M."

TRYOUTS WANTED
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the businessside of Chimes
may apply from 2 to 5 o'clock
any afternoon this week at the
Press building.
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more) at Davis Toggery Shop, 116 So.
Main. Get one for the game. We have
them for all classes. Figure out what
you need: shirts, shoes, underwear,
hosiery, etc.-and get a toque with
them.-Adv.

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