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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Yale And Iowa Have Nothing Oan Us;
We'll Stage Our Own Falmily Fight

1u T1%J . A. 4.

We who read the sporting pages of
e big daily newspapers or hear,
om time to time, talk of -the world
ffootball, have without ,doubt noted
ie huge slices of publicity that have
een given to the coming brother
ganst brothrer battle = on; the grid-
on, the contest, next Saturday, be-.
ween the respective elevens of the
rniversity of Iowa and Yale U~niver-
ty, with Tad and. Howard Jones,
rothers, coaching the two teams.
We have read, or heard, smiled in
iterest, and gone peaceably about
ur various businesses little realizing
hat we of Michigan, .too, will soon
.ave a little family affair on our'
ands. Not brother against brother,
ot father against son. No ties -of
lood connect our family feud, but,
nstead, ties of marriage., When
lichi,*an meets Vanderbilt at Nash-
ille on Oct. 14" brother-in-law will
ash with brother-in-law?' fielding
. Yost, coach of the Michigan Var-

sity, will face across the white mark-
ed field the husband of his wife's 'sis-
ter, Dan McGugin, '04, once his pro-
tege on the Wolverine gridiron, now
his brother-in-law, and coach of the
Commodores of Vanderbilt!
._In spite of the fact that Dan was
once Coach Yost's pupil he beat the
Michigan "F~urry-Up" mentor to the
altar. The two great directors ofi
the gridiron game married the daught-
ers of Col. Len' Fite/ beauties of the
southland.
Once the teacher and 'pupil they
meet again on the gridiron, the
coac~h against the coach, matching
*its against ,one .another, fighting in-
stead of co-operating.' Yale and Iowa
have their brother' against brother,
the East vs. the West! But Mich-
igan and Vanderbilt will stage again
the Mason-Dixon battle, the North
against the .South and, lest we forget,
brother-in-law against brother-in-
law!
Let the whistles: shrill!

lease at Michilgan.
4. i3 . at Ohio State.
G~eorgia at Chicago.
Beloit at Northwestern.
Carleton at Wisconsin.
North Dakota at Minnesota.
Milliken at ]Purdue.
Depauw at Indiana.
Knox at Io-vva.
WESTy
Albion at Michigan Aggies.
St.' Louis at Notre Dame
D~uquesno at D)etroit.
IKenyoni attOberlin.
Cincinnati at Kentucky.
EAST
Northi Carolina at Yale.

holy Cross at lHarvard.
Virginia at Princeton.
South at Peniisylvaiihi.
Lafayette at Pittsburg.
Bethaniy at W. and J.
'iN .,gara at Cornell.
Mlaine at Dartmouth.
IKansas at "West Point.
Western Reserve at Navy.
Mariettaa at West .Virginia.
PACIFIC COAST
Olyimpic Club at Stanford.
Id aho at 11'sldigtoi.
if ltnoinali Club-at Oregon. f
Pacific at Oregon Aggies.
ninthi Army Corps at Washington
Stator
St.1Mary's. at Nevada.
Rledlanids at Calif ornia.

FQQTBRALL XJA1,A GEQ TRY-
OUTS IWANTiE
Appeal is made to men' to try
out for manager of the football"
team. At least 25 are neededl.
~ejort 'to"William G+. I~chten-
berg, football manager at 2 o'-
lokin Fe'rryField 9lublhou~e.
'itsemester freshmen not aeli-
gible.

be made later on whether flags or hats
will be used.
RAQT.(. Installs Private IExchage
Installation of a telephone in the
WO,T.C. building at 1002 South Ilni-
versity 'was completed 'Thursday, and
the office may be reached by calling
106 on the'.'University exchange. A
private exchange, connecting the sev-

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MORE~ NAMES NEED~ED
;More 'names are needed- at once in
order to assuire a' block "M" for. the
Ohio State game, declares G. R. Swet,
'23, presiden1t of the $oosters', elub~
Many "stnudents 'Nave signed the pt-
eition- to' date'but muore 'signatures will
bye necessary in order to Carry out
the: plan.
Plans for the k'"MNI' are being put
through by- the Boosters club. 'The
letter will be former 'near the lifty
yard line and in either- the first or
second decks, depending on, which will
have the best effect. De~cision will
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?emember These Numbers; Vairsity
Gridders TO'. Carry Them All Year

1
2
3
.4
5
6
7
8

Goebel
JohnsI
VanderrVoort
Roby.
Cappon
Kipke
Kirk
Knode

10
11
12
13
14,
15
16

Neisch
Slautghter
Muirhead
Blott
Rosatti
Blahnik
Dunleavy
Gunther

17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24

Henderson
Keep'er
keatley'
Heath
Steele
Steger
Swan
Van Orden

25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33

Uteritz
Curran
Garfield
Allen
Chamberlain
Rankin
Murray
Carter
Foster

Intramural Itemis
Remaining entries in the All-cam-
pus tennic tournament singles are as
follows : Wentworth, 2016M, vs. Ham-
mill, '984R; Lang, 2034R, vs. Slowen-
ski,J 932M; Stone, 1505, vs. Hjaight,
343; Cohn, 21448, vs. Stewart, 28668~;
Appel, 4735, vs. Hayes, 210618; Brus-
ke, 2016M, vs. Smock,. 473J; Rice, 371,
vs. Spannogle, 1505.
All singles and doubles matches in
the first round of the tournament,
must be played and the results turned
in to the Intramural office' by noon of
Thursday, Oct,..

Doubles pairings are as follows :
Bromnberg-Paginelli, 2236R, vs. Ap-
ple-Upjohn, 473J; Hough-Hammes,
343, vs. Lang-Reason, 203411; Bruske-
Wentworth, 2016M, vs. Warren?-Rol-
land, 1815J; Loeb-Steiner, 1104, vs.
Watts-Stewart, 2866.
Entries for the Fraternity speedhall
tournament close this evening, so ,jt is
imperative that teams enter at once.
All men interested in cross-country
training under Coach Sullivan should
sign up at this office immediately..
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CASE HERE FOR
ANNUAL OPENER
(Continued from Page One)
Yarsity this afternoon as they are in
the way in , which the line performs.
On this one element alone depends
the success or failure of Michigan in
the Conference' this fall. I f, when
Yotrtrsfo oubsSidyhis lieutenants give him the report
that the line is good', or even 'that it
has possibilities, things wvjl begin to
look rosy for the Michigan clan.
Muirhead, who will resume his old
duties at left tackle, is a known quan-
tity. and is causing the coaching staff
no worry. At the close o'f the 1921
season, his first in Conference compe-
tition, he was considered one of thel
best in the west. He o'has improv-
markedly~ so, far. this season and will
relieve the men on either side of him
of a great share of the defensive
work.
VanderVoort, who will start at the
other tackle position, is new to the
Varsity but cannot be called an inex-
perienced player. A year under Math-
er' on th~je All-fresh and a season on
the Depa uw varsity has placed him
ahead of the average man breaking
in. Garfield and Blahnic' are almost
sure of being seen at these positions
as the game wears on.
Three absolutely green men will
form the center trio '.as*Mcia
lines up for the first time Blott, at
center, was a member of the Reserve
~squad last year and with 'additional
weight and experience has made a
creditable showing in practice '',this
year. He has been coached by Ernie
Vick, All-American center, for the
past 10 days. 'This afternoon will be
his test. 'If he has grasped the fine
points of th~e position, as imparted by
Vick, there is no question that he has
the ability to use th em. Slaughter
will also pass 'the ball for part of the
times this afternoon and on the per-
formance of these two men is liable
to rest the choice for center for 'the
.balaince of the. year.
Rossatti and. Steele, at guards, Coin-
pmete the list of untried linemen who
will start. Their performance under
Sfire is problematical. They have
shown enoughi in practice to be pick-
cd out of some 30 anxious candidates
'for 'the places they will fill and if

they are able to come through as a
Varsity. man should much of Yost's
pre-season worry and work will have
had the dqesired result.
At the flank positions are Kirk and
Neisch. "Kirk is a veteran from last
year and can be counted upon to hold
down, his end satisfactorily Neis'ch,
who has been taking Captain Goe-
bel's place at right end while the
leader is out of the game with injuries,
was also on the squad last year and,
while Goebel's absence will be felt,
Neisch should be able to hold up his
wing'-of the fine well enough
Taken as a whole the" team looks
to be ,good. As stated the line prob-
lem is still unsolved, suitably but aft-
er today's fracas is over the more
important' faults of' the new men will
be uncovered and the coaching staff
will be in a position to correct' them.

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