THE MICHIGAN I
s Throiwng First Ball
juries is a peculiar looking black eye
which is affording the rest f the
squad much amusement.
Today's practice will be the last
before the team leaves for Nashville
as the squad will depart at noon to-,
morrow. The squad will leave on the
Ann Arbor Railroad for Toledo where
tl'iey will change to the Big Four line
and arrive in Nashville on Friday
morning via Cincinnati. Returning
from Nashville the team will leave
that city at 8:30 o'clock Saturday
night and will arrive in Ann Arbor at
7 o'clock Sunday night by way of De-
Courage, Fighting Heart, Fair'
Play Requisites For Footballers
(By Associated Press) , out the middle west for his maxims
Mount Vernon, Iowa, Oct. 10.-The on "Clean Athletics," and "Sports for
All" pWaved fullback on therniver..
course, received full shares, but if the
team followed last year's precedent,
such players as Hugh McQuillian and
John Scott, who joined the club in
mid-season, would get only half por-
tions. Others, including Blume, Mc-
Phee, Maguire, Shinners, King and
Hill, figured to get smaller shares.
Twenty-five players on the Yankee
roster received full shares, it was an-
nounced, while a twenty-sixth portion
was divided as follows:
Trainer Doc Woods, a half share,
$1,426; Coach Frank Roth, $500;
Groundkeeper Phil Schenk $500;
Mascot Eddie Beniett $300; Manley
Llewellyn pitcher' $127.
Burton to Attend Ohio State Game
President Mariop .Burtpon has ac-
cepted an invitation from Ohio State
university officials to'attend the Ohio
State-Michigan football game on Oct.
21, at Columbus.
Michigan Daily and Chimes for $4.50I
foundation of a football team is char--1
acter, declares Sherman W. Finger,
director of athletics at Cornell col-
"Courage, a clean mind, cleanI
speech, fair play, the spirit of give
and take, the ligl ting hea t, Ih use to-E
gether make up the character of a
su cessful football player,' he says.
"The man with character is the most
valuable to his team.
"I would a lot rather play a lesing
game with men of character, of thej
right kind of brain power, than with
a team which is superior on paper
but without the deep-seated character
which is fundamental to a win-or-die"
"The athletic field teaches lessons;
you can't learn out of books-moralf
lessons, lessons of spiritual advant-
"The man who can act wisely when
things are going against him, who
can think in a storm of adversity, that
is the man who succeeds-anywhere;
"If your opponent resorts to under-
handed methods, you immediately I
have him at a disadvantage. He ex-
pects you to take an eye for an
eye,' and watches for you to try,
When his attention is diverted from
his 'game-outwit him!
"The fellow who bites the closest ear
when he finds himself in a pile of play-,
ers, or' slugs in. scrimmage, or does
any kind of underhand work is get-
ting little out of athletics.
"There is a lot of give and take in
life-and it is the way you give and'
take that determines whether you are
an athlete or a mucker."
Director Finger, 'known through-
sity of Chicago eleven 20 years ago,
"when candidates were tested by the
tape measure and' scale rather than
by an intelligence test," as he mod-
estly puts it. Finger played with Chi-
cago the year they blanked Illinois
63 to 0.
GIANTS GET 5 4451 FOR10
New York, Oct. 10.-The New York
Giants and Yankees today had receiv-
ed their share of the world's series
money. The Giants split $111,289 into
25 shares of 4,451 each, while the
Yankees divided their total, $74,192
into 26 shares of $2,858 each, the dif-'
ference between the winning and los-
ing share sbeing $1,598.
The Giants apportioned the money
among *themselves -and no announce-
ment was made as to which players?
received full shares. Regulars with
the team throughout the season, of
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The St. Louis Cardinals have ,guaranteed
their regular lineup for this game
DEL PRATT will play in the infield for the
Ray Battery Team.
At, least no lMicblgan man,
o ever played Billiards here 0
D)NCE I Tj.ey are all re-
U peaters. The more often
* and regularly yoj play the
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Commissioner Lands Tlhrowing the first ball at one of the world's series
RAI HOLQS YOST
Slippery Footing, Chance of Injuries
causes Coaches to Cancel
VARSITY LEAVES FOR SOUTH
TOMORROW RETUtININC SUM)AY
Owing to inclement weather the
scrhnmage between the Varsity and
the freshman team scheduled for yes-
terday afternoon was called off by the
coaching staff. The field was quite,
slippery and the coaches do not want
to take any unnecessary chances with
the regulars at this time of the year.
Instead of having regular practice
the entire squad was taken under the
concrete stand where several demon-
strations of different plays were giv-
en them. In this way the men were,
made familiar with the same plays
that they had planned to use in scrim-
The first indoor signal drill of the
year was held last night in Watterman
gymnasium. The same performance
is scheduled again for tonight as Yost
s leaving no stone unturned in his at-
tempt to give Michigan a champion
football team this season.
White, Tracy Promofed
Announcement was made yesterday
by Coach Yost that H. &. White, a
guard and F. S. Tracy, quarterback, on
the Reserve squad, have ben trans-
ferred to the Varsity squad by reason
of the good work they have been do-
ing for Coach Fisher on the second
As the approach of the big games
grows nearer, speculation as to who
will compose the Wolverine line is
f growing rife. At present it looks, as
though few changes will be made,
from the line-.up which faced the
Case team last Saturday. Of cou'se
Captain Goebel, Uteritz, and, Muir-
head will be in the lineup. Goebel
and Kirk will handle the flanks with
VanderVoort and Muirhead starting
at tackles. Steele displayed unexpect-
ted form in the game against Case and
if he continues to show improvement
there is no doubt but that he will
start the Vanderbilt game at one of
the guards with Johns at the other
guard position. Bl6tt should again
start at center as his work on the
pivot job last Saturday was good.
Uteritz at Quarter
In the backfield there should be itb
change except at quarter where Uter-
itz will replace Knode. Kipke, Roby,
and Cappon will hold down the other
The entire squad with the exception
of Roby is in fine shape physically.
Roby was the only man hurt in the
Case contest and the extent of his in-
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