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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PRIME WOLV-ERINESFO R
ERBILT AFTE-HR FIRST TRIUMP-H

Harrier ScheduleE
Given By FarrellI
[APFSR mIgy Innv

1alring Faults In Play
Hal Game With
Case
S THURSDHAY FOR
I OPENING IN StUTH
tice yesterday fternoon
o rudimentary football,
ing placed upon charg-
and going down the
cks. The coaching staff
in to correct the faults
rought out in the brand
iut up by the Varsity
game against Case on
ian when asked what he
a showing made by the
the Clevelanders said
' the defects were in
ig down under kicks and
ssiveness. According to
:>r the men need to use
n going down the field
fing down. Wieman al-
he linemjen should have
ds more on the defence,
ing of the faults of the
a lack of aggressiveness
cking.
rers Surprised
>rought out some sur-
taff in the way in which
aen showed up. Several
splayed . a much better
ras expected of them,
other hand, there were
y no means played the
coaches hoped for. Of
men wer .handicapped
on of the field and the
he ball throughout the
in particular did good
ng off his drop kikeks
his .handicap.
the tackling of the Var-
mly good. Time after
man would break' clear
gpped by a clean tackle
ne player. On offense
>f the ball was especial-
There was no fumbling
y Michigan men during
ae. Blott at center made
ery one of his passes

against Ohio State on a wek from this
coining Saturday and the Coaches are
doing all in their power to turn out
a team which will be on a par with.
that of the. Buckeyes. Coach Yost,
Captain Goebel, and. Uteritz, Varsity
quarterback, were all at .Columbus
last Saturday to witness the game be-
tween O. S. U. and Ohio Wesleyan
which went to the Big Ten team by a
'-Q score.
0. S . Powerful
Coach Yost. making a statement of
this game ygsterday, said, "From the
25 or more players that I saw in ac-
tion at Ohio Satur1ay, 11 men will
be selected to make, I am sure, on
of Ohio's usually strong teams. -. In
Harry Workman, (1io - State has a
wonderful triple threat man and his
work of two years ago 'is well re-
membered. Isabel is a great kicker,
a fine blocker, and a great man in car-
rying the ball. This is said to be
true of Michaels, although I did not
see him'punt Saturday. The few times
he carried the ball he made fine
gains and showed himself to be a
powerful, strong, running back. Klee
is another triple .threat man with
plenty of speed. Blair's work for the
past two years needs no coniment.
Farcasin is an excelent back of ex-
perience.
"The line, including the ends, should
average more than 190 pounds. The
forward wall will be selected from the-'
following men most of whom have had
Varsity experience: Honaker, Pet-
coff, Kutler, Pauley, Captain Pixley,
Young, Steel, Dunlop, Elgin, Schwein-
sberger, Klein and Addison."
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Coach Steve Farrell announced the
schedule of the cross country team
yesterday. There will be six meets
this year, starting with the meet with
Wisconsin on the 21st of this month.
This meet will be held at Madison
and will be composed of six or seven
men. There will be a tryout next
Saturday when these men will bel
chosen.. A meet with Purdue is being
planned for Oct. 28, but is the only
date that has not as yet been con-
firmed.
Nov. 4 the M. A. C. will meet Mich-
igan here On Nov. 11 a triangular
meet will be held between Ohio State,
Illinois, and Michigan. This race will
be run .at Columbus. The annual
Harpham Troihy' race will be run
off on Nov. 18. Any students on the
campus that are eligible and are npt
freshmen will be alowed to compete.
On the following week, Nov. 25, the
western conference championship will
be held at 'Purdue. At this meet each
ollege can enter s~ix men.
Ten more prospects turned out for
the team yesterday, and it is expected
that there will be more in the: near
future. ..Although there has not, as
yet, been time to choose the best men
there have been several that have been
showing exceptionally good work. The
following men have been doing well
and no doubt will make strong bids
for positions on the team: Bowen,
Arndt, Davis, Rearick, Shinfield,.Nich-
olson, Polkamus, Vande Visse, Rein-
ke, Cochran Isabel, Armstutz, and
Zinn. After the tryouts next Satur-
day there will be more of an oppor-
tunity to determine the calibre of
these men.'
The meets that will be held' here
will be run over the five mile course
that starts from Ferry field. All. the
races will be the regulation five miles
in length with the exception of the
Wisconsin meet, which will only be
three and a half miles long. It is
believed that the races that will be
held at Michigan will attract consid-
erableuattention, andinterest from
the stuiuent body, because of tlje
close competition that will be shown.
OSpeedball
The following games in the :inter-
fraternity speed ball tournament are
to be played- off Wednesday afternoon:
League three, at 3:30 o'clock-Ac-
acia vs. Phi Sigma Kappa. :Alpha
Delta Phi vs. Chi Psi.
League five, at 3:30 o'clock: Beta
Theta Pi'vs. Phi Kappa Sigma. Tri-
gon vs. Theta Delta Chi.
League four, at 4:30 -o'clock-Phi
Delta Theta vs. Phi Sigma Delta. Phi
Mu Alpha vs. Nu Sigma Nu.
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Weak Points Slated For Correction;
Bag of New Tricks'
in Store
ATJHER IIHARD AT WORK WITH
SEVEN FULL TEAMS ON FIELD
Freshmen football men have a busy
lweek in store for them. New plays
are to be added night by night and the
weak points that will be discovered in
tonight's scrimmage with the varsity
will be stressed and eventually ironed
out under the direction of Coach Ma-
ther and his staff of assistants.
According to the decision of the
weather man, the spell 9f cold weath-
er that has descended upon Ann Ar-
bor is here to stay. The coaches view
this prediction with pleasure for it
will be ideal weather in which to try
out and use the new - plays. These
plays will be mastered as quickly 'as
possible so as to give the Varsity new
problems to solve every time they
meet the yearlings in scrimmage.
In the practice held last week be-
tween the Varsity and the freshmen
it was easily seen that with cold wea-
ther the yearling's resistance to the
Varsity's onslaughts would, stiffen.
The Varsity piefced the lighter line
last week at will and Coach Mather is
earnestly trying to solve the Drob-
lem of making the forward w all inuch
stronger.
Quite a few more men have reported
to the squad during the last few days
and they have been used to fill the
places of those that have dropped out.
At present the 'staff of coaches has
more than seven teams running up
and down the field calling's gnals
and chasing punts. It is not expected
that the 'number of men out for the
freshmen squad will increase nuch
more during the coming weeks. The
first cut in the squad {will not be made
for at least two weeks yet because
many of the men are only coming into
season form-I
L~ast Friday the second team of the
freshmen squad met the Reserves in
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a football game behind the south
stand. Many of the lightermen on
the fresh squad displayed a fine spir-
it and above all demonstrated very ef-
fectively to the reserves that they
could, make hard tackles.
"Bill" Macklin, all-state fullback
was the star of the little scrimmage on
Friday. He had an eye for forward
passes and can get the ball away for
a fifty yard punt now and then. He is
a con'sistent punter and can place 'the
ball in almost any 'part of the field.
His weight seems to be against hitm
but he should develop- mote as the'
season lenigthens.
Many of the candidates for their
numerals on the "fresh squad have
never seen "a football before. }They
are a rangy lot and 'many have the
earmarks of becouling good men frotn
which to pick the Varsity squads In
the years to. come.
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More men have turned out for theI
fall tennis tournament this year than1
ever before and many close matches.
are being played in the opening rounds
of both the singles and the doubles
tourneys. More than 90 players hav-
ing entered the singles and more than
35 teams in the doubles. All matches
in the first rounds of the singles and
doubles tournaments must be play-
ed and the results turned into the
Intramural office in Waterman gym-
nasium by Thursday noon, Oct. 12.
The following second round matches;
are announced:
Singles: Dreyfuss, "402-M, vs. Mil-
let, 871-M; Mudd, 1121-R vs. Roth,
371; Guton, 2499, vs. Dembufsky,
2299; Wright, 2480-J, vs. Elliott, 371.
Doubles: Richards and Millet, 871,
vs. Riley and Weyand, 1460.
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will be held against the
d again today but will
iectators as Coach Yost
e all the possible pre-
st scouts as the big
ear. Tomorrow will end
r as workouts on Ferry
erned for on Thursday'
11 leave for ,Nashville
ay Vanderbilt Saturday
of the new stadium at
dhool.
W~erbilt :Next
sterday of the coming f
Vanderbilt, Coach Yost
a realizes that her foot-
meet a real 'test next
e formal opening of the
t Stadium at Nashville.
unts of'scouts who have
It in action this year,,
t great game of football'
ew Dudley Stadiumbbe-"
,crowd. There has nev-
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seat unoccupied and I
that when the whistle
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