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one of the ends. Bernie Kirk who
'will be back at the other wing posi-
I GIN L N EU bebc astellar game latwe
Ltion. One of the 'tackles is a certain-
ty but the other is problematical. Stan
LL U SET LED:Muirhead┬░ will hold down one of these.
berths and for the other Yost has
three men who may be used. Johns
ems to Hav oCall for Tackle or Steele may be shifted from guard
Keefer or Knode In Place to fill Vander Voort's placeor Rosatti
of Kipke may get the call. The latt r appears
to be the probable man and if so both
STE4GER READY TOSteele and Johns will be at their reg-
LKE U PUNTIN~ D TI lar positions. Blott should be back
in the game at center as his passing
thus far in the year has been excep-

FARRELL, PLANS TRIAL
CROSS COUNTRY MEET:

WILL PICK MEN TOMORROW
M. A. C. DUAL EVENT
NEXT WEEK

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Varsity ;football squad Went
h its last real workout yester-
ernoon prior to the Illinois'
omorrow, with Coach Yost a-
n account of a severe cold.
the work was of the individual
er as the coaches believe they

iore good correcting
ng faults of each man
rg team play which
high palne.
announced last night
pke and LeRoy Neisch
i the University hosptial
n a slight attack of influ
t completely recovered
scharged sometime toda
lity, however, Kipke wi
game when the Wolve
the kick-off tomorrow

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tionally good and his work on defense
excellent.
'Keefer or Knode at Half
It is the backfield that will be shak-
en up. Only two men who opened the
game last week will start against the
Suckers tomorrow. Roby and Kipke
both being on the sick list leaves only
Uteritz and Cappon as veteran men in
the second line. Steger, who replac-
ed Doug Roby last week, will hold
down one of the half back jobs and
with Kinke out Keefer or Knode will
be seen at the other half. Both Steg-
er and Keefer are new men on the
squad but can be counted upon to give
a good account of themselves. Uteritz
will again run the team from the quar-
terback position while Cappon will be
called upon to take care of the Wol-
verine.line plunging.
Prominent Educator Visiting City
Dr. George E. MacLean, former
president of the University of Iowa,
is the guest of lairs. Charles S. Burt
of 1322 Hill Street. Dr. MacLean,
who is a Director of the American
students union in Europe, is stationed
at London.

Coach Steve Farrell has announced I
that Purdue has failed to confirm the1
cross-country meet that was to have*
taken place between the two schools
tomorrow and in place of this meet
is planning to have a tryout for thet
whole squad to determine which 10
men will enter the M. A. C. meet next
week.
This trial meet will be -run over the
Geddes Avenue course, starting at 10
o'clock tomorrow morning and the
whole squad is expected to be on
hand. There will not be ,any work
for the men today, so that every man
will be in the best of condition for
the race.
Farrell has good material this year
and the student body seems to have
taken a much greater interest in the
sport. However, Michigan has a
long way to go in order to be in class
with Cornell in the interest shown in
this sport, officials state.
As Steve now has tomorrow's meet
arranged the first 10 men will com-
pete against M. A. C. The Aggies
have a strong all round team of har-
riers this year and are expected to
give the Varsity a good race.
Danice. After Illinois game at Ma-
sonic Temple, Ypsi. Bergins First
Orchestra.-Adv.
Dance at Ypsi. Temple, 8:30.-Adv.

MAIZE AND BLUE HOLDS MARGIN
OVER ILLINI SIX GAMES TO TWO;
After Michigan had defeated Illin- dians humbled once again. This time,
ois in 1921 a favorite Wolverine come- however, the.Illini crossed the Wol-
back to the bitter Indian remark, "Re- verine goal line and scored a field goal
member 1920, though," was, "Just making nine points while Michigan
was rolling up a grand total of 28.
count who's won the most games." The severance of Michigan relations
Michigan and Illinois entered into with Conference schools kept the In-
their first football relations 'way back diahs from their long hoped for re-
in 1898 and since that time have en- venge"and it was not until 1,919 that
gage insevn frthr bttls, iththe two elevens met again, this time
gaged in seven further battles, withat Urbana, and the defeat meted out
the Wolverine emerging triumphant by Coach Zuppke's warriors was sweet
upon six of these occasions. For three revenge for the humbling triumphs of
consecutive years, starting in '98, 'the Yost in the past. Illinois won that
Indians were unable to cross the Mich- game 29 to 7, outplaying Michigan in
igan goal line, the Maize and Blue every department.
winning by scores of 12 fto 0, 5 to 0, 1920 a Heart Breaker
and 12 to 0 in the various years. Then dame tne memoraule affair of
Worse Beating in 1905 1920 on Ferry field. Michigan, out-
It was not until five years later that played but never outfought, all but de-
the Indian tribe again ventured into feated the stronger Illinois team when
battle with the Yostmen, the game in I Jack Dunn, Wolverine quarter, inter-
1908 resulting in one of the worst de- cepted an Indian pass on his own 10

Michigan's revenge came in 1921
when, on a muddy Urbana field,Frank
Steketee saved the day by booting the
oval through the cross bars from the
35 yard line for the three points that
gave the only score of the game and
a Michigan victory.
In all the games that the Maize and
Blue have opposed Orange and Blue it
is to be 'noted that Michigan has
never failed to score, while on five
different occasions the Wolverine goal
line has remained uncrossed. Mich-
igan's points total 106 while Illinois
has garnered 45 from Michigan's de-
fense.

Is Wonder Team
Tomorrow afternoon the Illini trot
out on Ferry field with a team that
has startled the entire football world
by holding the powerful Iowa team to
an 8 to 7 victory. Illinois seeks to add
one more game toward balancing the
win and loss column against the Wol-
verines while .Michigan is seeking
her seventh victory in nine games.

Intramural Items
With the intrafraternity speedball
games more than half over and the
possible chance that the champion-
ship may be decided by the middle of
next week the Intramural officials are
desirous of getting the class league
started.
elections have been delayed this
fall which has rendered it impossible
for the class managers to be select-
ed. To overcome this handicap the
Intramural department has picked a
number of menfrom the different
classes to act as managers for their
respective organizations.
The following men have been chos-
en: Senior Lits, Gibson 33; Junior
Lits, Merner 355; Soph Lits, Hurwich,
298OM; Fresh Lits, Cherry 2368W;
Sen Eng, Goldsmith 2878W; Jun Eng,
Purdy; Soph Eng, Moody; Fresh Eng,
to be appointed; Law school, Stortz;
Dents, Olson 1043M; Medics, to be ap-
(Continued on Page Seven)

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feats ever doled out to an Orange and yard line and, with perfect interfer-
Blue eleven, the Wolverines galloping ence, raced 90 yards down the sidelines
across the Illinois goal line almost at for the lone Michigan touchdown. All
will for a total of 33 points, again 'the glory of that run was spoiled a
holding their opponents scoreless. In few moments later, however, when
the following year one of the largest Dunn tried and failed to kick the goal
crowds that ever witnessed a gridiron and Illinois plunged across the Mich-
combat in the old Ferry field stands igan line for a touchdown, to be fol-
sat through a torrent of rain and wind lowed by the goal kick that won the
n-A xrnr~ *^^i +nm n t AP"hTn- am ~7 to 6.

RUBBER WANTED
Man wanted who has had ex-
perience bandaging and rubbing
athletes. Report to . .J. Math-
er, Varsity basketball coach,
at Waterman gymnasium be-
tween 7 and 8 o'clock in the
evening, or phone 468-R.

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veral members of the squad were
through more rudimentary work
a yesterday when Captain Goebel,
er, Cappon and Dunleavy spent
etime tackling an imaginary op-
nt. Blocking was also stressed to
t great extent and all the men
t some time perfecting their play
g this line.
Rosattl at Tackle
te question of linemen seems to
nsolvable for Yost this year. The
h made several preseason shifts in
lineup until he had a combination
Ih suited him and which worked
derfully well in the Ohio game.
after the injury to Vander Voort
s forced to start over again and
ige his linemen around until he
s another satisfactory arrange-
t. At the present time, Rosatti ap-
s to have the call for the place
vacant by the injury of Vander-

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of Yost's main troubles this
is the fearthat his men may,
.o the game, against the Illini
onfiedent because of their com-
vely easy victory over Ohio State
eek. The coaching staff has been
all in its 'power to eliminate this
and if they have succeeded the
an chances of victory have been
,sed ; greatly.
h Little also spent' sometime
day afternoon drilling someof
inters as it is most uncertain
{ipke will be in the game. If
unable to 131ay the kicking duties
ill upon Captain Goebel, Steger
'unleavy all of whom have de-
rated their ability in this re-
While none of them can com-
with Kipkeall are capable of
;ing better than 40 yards on
punts and should be capable of
g their own with the Sucker
"s.
y's loss, of course, will handi-
te Wolverines in the encounter
Ilinois. There is some decidedly
naterial to fill the gap made by
jury but the veteran was a ver-
man in the backfield and his
xperience on the team made him
uable man in keeping up the
e of the men. His absence will
enly felt.
Line Will Be the Same
,ll probability Yost will start the
men who started the Ohio State
th the exception of those who are
. out by injury or illness. Cpp-
oebel, although unable to finish
uckeye game, is back in shape
vill be in his regular place at

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