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IIMEN INVAnDE Michigan Half Who
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YEARLINGS SHDW BREATOnly Two Big Gaomes Listed On
IMPROVEM ENT11113WEEK' Gridiron Schedule For Tomorrow

OHIO STRONGHOLD
anguard of Michigan Host Enters
Enemy Country This Morning
With Every Man Fit
IOANS FIRST TO SEE BLOCK
M AWAY FROM FERRY FIE D
With every rough edge polished un-
. it shone Michigan's Varsity fbot-
ili machine, 32 strong, boarded a
ichigan Central train at 9:07 last
ght bound for Columbus and the:
ggest football encounter of the year
turday with the famous "locomo-
ve" ringing in their ears.
The stage is all set for the entrance
the vanguard of Michigan's invad-
g host into the Buckeye stronghold
is morning and as far as the play- :
s themselves are concerned, they
ould be much better pleased if 'the
histle were to call them into action
is afternoon instead of tomorrow..
No Injured Players
Not a man on the squad is so in-
pacitated by injuries that he will
t be able to go into the game tomor-
w if needed. Not a man on the squad
t who would sacrifice his chance of
taining a degree for the opportun-
v to get into that same game. The
aches have succeeded in working
e players into a fighting mood that
s probably never been exceeded by
Michigan team on the' eve of bat-!
e The memory of three defeats at
e hands of Ohio State rankles in the
art of every warrior of the Maize

round beating, while Northwestern
had an easy time with Beloit and
threw a scare into the Chicago camp
that made Maroon hopes suffer an
acute heart attack. Gopher and Pur-
ple will meet at Evanston in the most
important game of the Conference
save the great game at Columbus.
While Northwestern's title hopes
(Cohtinuea on rage Seven)

Good typewriters for sale or rent
at reasonable rates. Also portable
Underwoods and Remingtons for sale.
S. A, Moran, Room 2, 2nd floor, 711 N:
Univ.-Adv.
Chicken supper ;will be served at
The Catholic Students' Fair, Saturday
evening, Oct. 28. Don't miss this big
chance.-Adv.

Harry Kipkea
"Kip" who was rated among the
best backfield men in the Conference
last year and upon whom the brunt of
4he Michigan attack will fall in the
battle with Ohio State tomorrow at
Columbus.
Intramural Items

Another stiff afternoon on Ferry
ld yesterday followed by the show-
g of pictures of the Ohio-Michigan
me on Ferry field last year to the
uad at the Union last night con-
ided the intensive work for Satur-
y's battle. The pictures were slow-
down so that every flaw in the
y could be illustrated by Yost and
made some graphic illustrations.
is exhibition left the men thought-
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Lineup Same
No change in the lineup, as an-
unced by Yost, is contemplated.,
ptain Goebel and Kirk will start at
e ends. Muirhead and Vander-
ort will hold down the tackle posi-
ns. The veteran Johns and Steele
L1 be seen at guards with. Blott be-
een them. In the backfield Uteritz
Li direct the play, with Cappon at
lback and Kipke and Roby at the

[f the tide of battle goes as has been
0 case in previous years several re-
rves will be rushed into the fray by
th coaches and in this case Steger,
efer, and possibly Dunleavy will
seen in the backfield with Slaugh-
, Blahnick, Rosatti, and Garfield
wing the best chance to get into the
e play. Neisch and Curran or Hen-
rson should have first call if Goe-
'or Kirk have to be removed.
To Have Block M
For the first time in history the
ing block M will be shown away
m Ferry field at Ohio Stadium Sat-
day. Holders of tickets in sections
A and 12A in the lower stand will
the privileged ones to show the
nouS Michigan letter to the Ohio
owds. Saturday afternoon has been
,claimed a civic, holiday in Colum-
s by ;Mayor Thomas which insures
ery, seat being crowded to see thisF
e of the features which the Wolver-
'delegation will, add to the spec-
le of the afternoon.
)fficials for the game have been an-
unced as follows: Referee, Col. H.
Hackett, West Point; Umpire, J. J.
hommer, Chicago; Field Judge, H.
Hedges, Dartmouth; Head Lines-
n, E. E. Prugh, Ohio Wesleyan. The
ne will start at 2 oclock Central
e, 3 o'clock local time.
,ood typewriters for sale or rent
reasonable rates. Also portable
derwoods and Remingtons for sale.
A. Moran, Room 2, 2nd floor, 711 N.
iv.-Adv.
Beet me at The Catholic Students'
ir. Labor Temple. Evenings Oct.
28. The big campus event of the
ek.-Adv.

The following third round matches
in the All-campus tennis singles must
be played and reported by noon Tues-
day, Oct. 24: Flower, 1166, Greiner,
2824-W; Moore, 1505, Cash, 1959-R;
Rush, 951-M, J- P. Vose, 3056-J; Fein-
singer, 402-M, Peterson, 1490-W; Ap-
pel, 473-J, Spannogle, 1360-W.
A few of the fourth round matches
have been drawn. The following are
announced and the members indicated
will have until Friday, Oct. 27, to
complete them: Goldsmith, 2878-R,
Girks, 1166; Hartwell, 909, Grothons,
2016-W.
Time limitations have been placed
on' the playing of some of the All-
campus tennis doubles. The following
are notified that they have until Tues-
day noon, Oct. 24, to play off their
matches: Dreyfuss and Goldsmith,
402-M; Fox and Greiner, 2824-W;
Kalmbock and Brooks, 1680, Nichols
and Peterson, 1490-W; Riley and Wey-
and, 1460, Hough and Crouch, 343.
Union Has Columbus Map
A map of Columbus, 0., showingf
streets, automobile-parking places, the
campus of the state university, and,
other useful points of interest, has
been placed on the bulletin board in,
the main lobby of the Union. It is.
intended to aid those who are going
to attend the game Saturday at Co-
lumbus. A Toledo-Columbus road3
map will be placed on the bulletin
board as soon as possible.
Test Work of Flint Grade Children
Flint, October 18;-Children in Flint
schools from the third to the eighth
grades are receiving tests in read-
ing, spelling and arithmetic as a part
of the preparatory steps toward clos-
er supervision of the work of students{
here.
For Taxi 25c. 445 Huron St. Taxi.-
Adv.

RATHER HAS FIGHTING BUNCH
OF FRESHMEN OUT EACH
NIGHT
Aggressive in the fullest sense of the
word, but a bit light and inexperi-
enced, are the words that Coach Math-
er, freshman football ,guide uses to
sum up the actual condition of his
yearling pigskin squad.
Everyone on the squad has been
coming along in great shape, practice
sessions have been attended with
much consistency and not one of the
most promising candidates has shown
a letup in the intense spirit that has
prevailed over the squad since the
opening night.
During the first week Coach Mather
had more than 160 men out for posi-
tions, but the more lighter and weak
hearted men have gradually dropped
out, no cuts having been made this
season, until at present there are only
90 answering the nightly roll call.
Having less men to handle, the
coaches have been able to give each
man considerable personal attention.
One has only to watch the freshmen in
a scrimmage with the Varsity or the
Reserves to see that this change has
been only for the best. The forward
passing displayed by the freshmen in
the last few nights against their op-
ponents has been of more than ordin-
ary calibre, the Reserves going down
to a 23 toh0 defeat before the aerial
attack in the last battle.
The team as a whole does not meas-
ure up to last year's freshman squad,
the main reason for this being that
there is only one outstanding star and
the forward wall is exceedingly light,
only one man tipping the scales at
200. The tackles are the smallest that
Coach Mather has ever had under his
tutelage while being freshman mentor
at Michigan. The best man, Babcock,
weighing but 165 stripped. Babcock
has two worthy6teammates in Co rey
and Goebel.
Wahl and Shibe are the strongest
contenders for the pivot position. They
both weigh around 170 pounds and are
possessed with considerable experience
in their department. Coach Mather
sees many possibilities in them.
Guards are to be found in a satis-
factory quantity this year. Four men
in particular, Dewey, Bruce, Koenig,
and Olds, have been making valiant
endeavors to obtain one of these posi-
tions. These men average more than
180 pounds, which is a source of satis-
facion to the coaches.
Marion has the edge on the candi-
dates for a flanking job by virtue of
his previous experience at Washing-
ton and Jefferson. Wetzel, Stafford,
and Krueger are the other most prom-
ising men. Coach Mather has a
#quartet of pass snaggers in these men
Matheson, Lutomski and Grube are
the men in the backfield who make the
coaches happy. Matheson and Lutom-
ski are two players who are possess-
ed with an ability that causes the op-1
posing lines to hit the ground every
time they carry the ball. Lutomski is!
of the short bull type while Matheson
is a tall rangy individual. Grube has
the edge on the quarterbacks.
Highland Park Club Elects Officers
The'Highland Park U. of M. club,
at a smoker held at the Union last
night, elected the following men as
officers for the ensuing year: George
Congdon, '23, president; Stewart Wer-
beck, '24, vice president; Kenneth
Cobb, "23, secretary; and William
Blessed, '23E, treasurer.
The club plans to meet every other
Wednesday evening for a short busi-
ness meeting and discussion.

Leaving out of

consideration

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Ohio State-Michigan battle which is,
without doubt, the most important
game to be played in the whole coun-
try on Saturday, there is but one con-
test that is really in the category
of "big games." That will take place
at Cambridge when Centre college of
Danville, Kentucky, takes the field
against the Crimson of Harvard in a
struggle to maintain the superiority
won in last year's great battle.
The teams, Harvard and Center,
will line up evenly matched. Critics
throughout the country are hesitant
to pick the probable winner, the vote
being evenly divided. If there is any
inclination toward one of the teams
it is toward Harvard, based largely
on the assumption that the absence
of the redoubtable "Bo" McMillan
from the Colonels' lineup leaves the
fighting southerners less powerful
than in 1921. It should be remember-
ed, however, that McMillan, while a
wonderful player, was far from the
entire Center team and that Harvard
is, if anything, weaker than last year.
Roberts Leads Center
Captaining Center is "Red" Rob-
erts, unanimous choice for All-Ameri-
can end and called by many the
greatest all-around player the foot-
ball world has ever known.. When
Roberts tackles he strikes with a blow
that carries all before it-at least in
the estimation of those who are so un-
fortunate as to feel his attack. Nor
is Roberts, this year, the only star of
the Center aggregation, for he is
leading a team that is fully as pow-
erful as that which represented the
famous southerners last year.
That Harvard-Center game will be
a real battle, and one that is sure to
fill the Harvard stadium to its capac-
ity. Picking the winner is only guess
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work. The game itself will have to
decide.
Yale is in for a respite from the
trouncing the Blue received at the
hands of Iowa last week, facing Wil-
liams college at New Haven. The Wil-
liams eleven is doomed to certain de-
feat at the hands of Tad Jones' men,
and the score should be large enough
to leave no doubt as to the superiority
of Yale. Princeton and Maryland
lock horns at Princeton, with the Big
Three representative expected to cop.
Pennsylvania trots out against Swar-
thmore at Philadelphia in a game that
should be a cinch for the Red and
Blue, and Pittsburgh faces Syracuse
on the New Yorkers' home lot, the re-
sult being a toss-up. W. and J. is
loafing this week, while Dartmouth
faces Vermont and the Army plans an
easy triumph over New Hampshire
State.
Navy Faces Test
The Navy, however, is facing a real
test. Victorious in early combats with
but little opposition the Middies are
running into a stiff proposition for
the first time this year, with Georgia
Tech's strong squad jaunting to An-
napolis. The Engineers from the
southland are always represented by
a great aggregation and the Navy will
have to play a real game to win.
In Big Ten circles the games
should not be hard to dope, with two
exceptions, those being the Ohio State
-Michigan and Northwestern-Minneso-
ta conflicts. The Gophers have swamp-
ed North Dakota and given Indiana a

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