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eshl-in Their First Big
S SECOND $TAING
mentals. Several of the forward wall
men were absent from practice.
Practice was ended with a sharp
signal drill as Coac'h Yost was great-
ly dissatisfied with the showing of his
men against the yearlings and gave
them a hard drill to complete the
Dick Carney, another member of the
coaching staff, was out today for the
first time. He is to work with the
freshmen as Coach Mather will be
busy with the basketball candidates.
Coach Carney is an Eastern man hay-
Ing played with Amherst for two years
while in college.
FALL TENNIS ENTRIES
SHA4TTER ALL .REC ORDS
SINGLES LIST CONTAINS NAMES
OF 122 CONTESTANTS; PLAY
1049M; Moulton, 405 E. University, vs.
Goldberg, 751W; Klein, 1366, vs.
Mudd, 1739R; Heinz, 1805R, vs. Coates,
2124R; Wood, 283R, vs. Millett, 871M;
Hartwick, 550M, vs. Corbett, 2220;
Kaufman, 937M, vs. Miller, 943M;
Upjoh, 2034R, vs. Barber, '1070J;
Sanchez, 668R, vs. Henderson, 1460;
Merriam, 131, vs. Underwood, 2793M;
Appel, 2034R, vs. Ogden, 1399; Stev-
ens, 2738, vs. Martin, 2118J; Coe, 1177-1
J, vs. Crane, 2480W; Friedman, 751W,
vs. Shaw, 10703; Appel, 1104, vs.
Hodgman, 1447; Garlinghouse, 651,
vs. Lightbody, 1505; Steiner, 937M, vs.
Jerome, 1167R; Scully, 1322R, vs. Fer-
nandez, 1332J; Hames, 343, vs. Bauer,
374; Bielsield, 1794W, vs. Marentay,
2800M; Plotkin, 1462W, vs. Kresge,
371; Walbridge, 188, vs. Tarr, 937M;
Rickenbrode, 348R, vs. Kelly, 694M;
Shindel, 726M, vs. Lang, 1457J; Ap-
pel, 2124J, vs. Workman, 2738; Moore,
2288, vs. Ornstein, 427 Cross street;
Bronson, 210QM, vs. Grigsby 1457M;
Briggs, 544W, vs. Proutt, 2485M;
Shafer, 316 S. Ashley, vs. English,
1236W; Holland, 1049M, vs. Weyand,
1460; Rock, 956M, vs. Rolland, 109 S.
Ingalls; Peterson, 1490W, vs. Birks,
1322R; Tracey, 503 Monroe, vs. Roth,
371; Crank, 2270J, vs. Ackerman, 1147-
M; Sabine, 2801W, vs. Bright, 1741R;
Reason, 1484, vs. Segal, 751W; Wright,
2121R, vs. Stone, 355; Neeley, 354J, vs.
Welch, 1741R; Boschan, 1582J, vs.
Wilson, 1633J; Patterson, 1205W, vs.
Slingerland, 668R; Seitz, 726M, vs.
Matsuda; 870R; Mildner, 284, vs. Per-
cem, 1119R; Morre, 1399, vs. Gold-
smith, 711 Monroe; Hicks, 2943M,. vs.
Dunakin, 63; McRae, 632 Oakland,
vs. Snider, 1615; Hull, 1049M, vs.1
Moore, 1505; Pingel, 2106R, vs.
Scheh, 517,E. Madison.
Diewings in doubles will be an-
nounced Thursday morning.
New impo'tkad wool socks, plain or
with clock, in Heather, plain blacks,
whites, and heather mixtures. 85c to
$1.50. Davis Toggery Shop, 119- So.
Patronize our Advertisers.--Adv.
Entries for the interfraternity
soccer tournament are now open
in the Intramural office, room 3
Press building, or by phone, 2268
Ohio State Football Schedule
Oct. 1-Ohio Wesleyan at Ohio St
Oct. 8-Oberlin at Ohio State.
Oct. 15-Minnesota at Ohio Stat
Oct. 22-Michigan at Michigan.
Nov. 5-Chicago at Chicago.
Nov. 12-Purdue at Ohio State.
Nov 19-Illinois at Ohio State.
EN TO OPPOSE YEARLINGS
an's Varsity football team had
aste of scrimmage against the
i squad yesterday afternoon
oach Mather's men defeated
a 7-0 score. This is the fist
t the yearling team has had
nmage (against any eleven ex-
composed of its own men.
sity did not show up to the
gh several members of the
m were out of the game in-
the ends and some of the
the first year men seemed With a total entry list of 122 in the
singles, the fall All-campus tennis
itd were able to make sub- touirnament will start today. Never
;ains through the Varsity sub- in the entire history of the Intramural
line department have there been so many
ien Threaten Several Times contestants, the previousrecord I the
freshman team, Keifer,'Vree- singles being an entry list of 79 .
freshman shameifuerm- Walter Wesbrook to Take Charge
Moihrandshoweldpnexre- Play in both singles and double's
Keifer and Vreeland on're- promises to bring out a wealth of
untsand making wide end. material for the Varsity squad, and
d Monihan on hitting the line, that this may be facilitated Walter
yearlings were within two Wesbrook, star of the team for the
a touchdown when they were past three years, and George Reindel,
downs and again they were whose services will once more be, felt
e 10 yard line, but once nore when the team goes into action in the
ity held. On a third attempt spring, will keep active eyes on the
e successful when Keifer car- contestants.
ball over from the five yard The drawings in singles follows.
re Vreeland hpd placed it with Players should get in touch with
d run. each other at the earliest possible
ing- this scrimmage the re- time and arrange matches at their mu-
ere sent against the regulars tual convenience. No unnecessary de-
tot fare as well as the fresh- lay, however, will be tolerated by the
Varsity going throug$ them Intramural department, and men
touchdowns in about 15 min- who fail consistently to play off their
st gave several second string matches will find their names dropped
,hance starting, Uteritz at7 from the list of competitors. A match
Dean at full and Paper and 'consists of two out of three sets.
the halfback positions. Dean TiAe Draw
king one touch4o-wn, received Hartwell, 1582J, vs. Newbury, 2372;
nose and gave way to Roby. Naylor,.1565J, vs. Smith,' 23M; Hill,
ne through with the second 517 E. Madison, vs. Reed, 1165W;
n on a line plunge and the Ramsdell, 302R, vs. Hartwick, 550M;
ie as a result of two forward Hopp, 1331R, vs. Gregory, 2807J;
om Roby to Curran and Roby Smock, 2034R, vs. Gladstone, 2962M;
, Paper going over for the Nickols, 1490W, vs. Goldstein, 100W;
bout 50 yards were covered Riblet, 1562W, vs. Gustus, 558; Sche-
two passes. pera, 1175J, vs. Ross, 2096M; Witty,
ulars Receive Attention 751W, vs. Tracey, 503 Monroe; Baron,
st string backfield was drilled 899J, vs. Tufford 2801W; Ford, 1443R,
rt of receiving passes and vs. Fraley, 899J; Pringnitz; 516R, vs.
om Steketee, while the line Bowls, 1562W; Zook, 1741R, vs. Sulli-
e put through more funda- van, 863M; Selby, 2619, vs. Miller,
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