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WOLVERINES NOT UNDERESTIMATING
STRENGTH OF AGGIE GRlID MACHI E

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Strengthens Line

rthe championship for the United the bad weather comes and eliminates
VarsityCoaches
State possibility of the games being played.
Address Teachers Elmer 1). Mitchell, director of Intra-|The five that remain in the tournament
mural athletics, intends to give the are scheduled to play as follows: Dun-
oreasons intramural athletics have akin vs. Rerick, Segal vs. Corbett, with
-More than 2,50 coaches from the dif-'be-me so popular in the schools and Jerome playing the winner of the last
ferent high schools in Michigan will celleges of the United States. named match.
hear Friday afternoon from Michigan's -

Iealize That Michigan Aggies .sme
is Always Marked in Red on Far-
mer Football Schedule
RETURN OF SWAN TO LINE
BOOSTS DEFENSIVE FORCE
Statements in Detroit and other
city, papers to the effect that the
Michigan football team is not taking
the coming game with M. A. C. ser-
iously are uncalled for, according to
opinions expressed on the Ferry field
gridiron yesterday afternoon. BothI
coaches and players realize that
though the Aggies have shown little
real power thus far this season, they
are jaunting down from Lansing on
Saturday with an eleven imbued with
the kind of spirit that fights.
Up Capital way they are working
day and nigiht to perfect an attack
that will worry the Wolverines an 1
spirit is at a fever heat for the battle
with the Maize and Blue is the big-
gest game of the season on the Far-
mer schedule. Saturday will see e
big Green eleven that, although pos-
sessing the same personnel, is an en-
tirely different team than has trotted
on to the field in the early season!
gamies.
Swae BICk

5000 standing room tickets ready, and
almost sure to be sold, it is expected,
that attendance at the Badger en-
counter will shatter all existing Fer-
ry field records. The overwhelming
victories of Michigan over Ohio and
Illinois have raised the spirits andI
hopes of students and alumni to r
point never before reached, as evi-
denced by the unprecedented de-
viand for space. The Athletic asso-
ciation will make every possible ef-
fort to provide room, in some fash-
ion, for everyone who desires to see
the encounter but at the ;rate that de-
mands for standing room have begun
to come in it is essential that allj
those *ho hope to attend secure their
pasteboards at the earliest possible
moment.

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MATHER PUTS tAIL-FAESH
THROUGH STIFF WORKOUT
THREE CONSECUTIVE SCRim.
MAGES LEAVE YEARLINGS
WITH NEW KNOWLEDGE

Irwin VC. Ueri I
S ngled out for special m'lerti"nnL by
no less a critic than Walter Camp for1
br:lliant play in the Ohio State game
Uteritz is rapidly gaining recognition
as one of the leading quarterbacks ip
the Big Ten.
'PIAM PfplM Tr rn

The Michigan line, weakened by the
loss of VanderVoort, received a boost
ye'sterday afternoon with the retnri
of Pon Swan to uniform and regular
work. The big linesman, who has
been out'for three weeks with an in-
jured leg is in shape again and it is
probable that he will get into the IM'
A. C. encounter, for a time at least.
His return boosts Michigan's line
stock a few points.
Practice yesterday was of a stren-
uous nature, Coach Yost back on the
field, putting his charges through a
busy afternoon. Forward pass offens-!
iVe was stressed, and it appears that
the Wolverine mentor intends to re
sort to an open game against the.
heavy Farrmer eleven. The Aggie line
is sure to give the Michigan forwar(
wall a highly necessary test and Yost
Is taking no chances on being w ih-
out a formidable attack, via the aer-1
ial highway, in case his charges fail
to penetrate the M. A. C. 'first de-
fenses.
Announcement has been made c j
the purchase of a Wappler machine,
by the Athletic association. This high
frequency violet ray contrivance is
said to' be the only one owned by a
Big Ten institution and It is also
clained, that the only eastern schools
to adopt them are Princeton and Yale.
The Wappler machine is expected to
prove invaluable in the treatment of
bruised and otherwise injured play-
ers. It develops an intense heat that4
bakes the injured portions of the
body in a thoroughly successful man-
ner. It was through the use of such
a machine that Captain Goebel and
Cappon, who were considerably hung-
ed up in the Ohio encounter, were able
to report for practice on the follow-
ing Monday in good condition; ani the
Varsity coaching staff expects bi[(
things of it.
Keejis Badgers in Mind
Coach Yost ,was in the thick of
things in practice, running through'
signals with the team. He is not per-
mitting overconfidence to enter the
ranks of the eleven, and is giving ev-
ery ounce of energy to the meticulous
perfection of every minute portion of
attack. and defense in preparation for
the Aggie, Wisconsin and Minnesota
games. It'is his every minute thought
that the Badger's new battle cry
"Ieat Michigan," will not be realiz-
ed.
Every seat has been sold for the
Wisconsin game. This statement,
made yesterday afternoon by !'the
Athletic association, is a definite con-
firiation of wide spread reports of a
big ticket sale. With upwards of'

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Freshmen gridiron warriors have
been subject to three gruelling prac-
tice sessions this week, all of which,
Coach. Mather says, will make Varsit

I. 0. Steele
One of the main reasons why the
Varsity line, considered weak at the
ariening of the season, is now one of
the best in the West. Steele has earn-
ed for himself a permanent berth at
guard.

'coaches how the Wolverines traim Two matches have been made in the
their athletes and what tmethods are eAll-campus tennis tournament, Grien-
Ite ihle tes tnd w at m tds arn- ~ or, 2878-R, meeting Cash, 1958-R, Pet-
emnplofyed to condition andl maintain 'rd,19-,eggn pe,43J
an even temperament in the squads, iCoach Sullivan has sounded the call and Dreyfus playing the winner of
when three Varsity coaches and a for men w ho Pitend to run for their the latter match.
former star athlete will address the raternities in tho tomiu interfratern- Two games remain in the tennis
State Teachers' convention which is ity cross courtry meo'. which will be ' aenies tournament, Riley and Wey-
on today and tomorrow ir Dettroit. 1i at ;so 1'ekeNov1,jond, 1460, meeting the winner of the
Archie Hahn will head the ist cr ' ' ~ . ),reyfuss and Goldsmith, 402-M, vs.
speakers and will lectu:'e on "T All of the men that run the race Iartwell and McKnight, 909, go, for
Training and Conditioning of Ath- mut egn to train not later than the Challpionship.
letes." His topic will be especially ionday, under Coach Sullivan's direc-
devoted to comparing and contrasting tien. Under the new Intramural rul- Freshman engineers desiring to play
the programs necessary for high ing every man must be pronounced on the class speed ball tea hand in
school and college athletes. physically fit by the Intramural train-:the casspeed ratltem hanin
Coach E. J. Mather has chosen as er' before he can enter any of the ltheir nmes tome or to the Intramur-
OciC~tal office betw~een'4 and 5 o'clockc this;
his subject, "The Pyschology of HandlI- sorts. Many of the non that will run.s
I ing Men." Discipline will be dwelt have been training all fall and will be -; ernoon..C. Vose, '23, manager.
upon and a practical method will b n condition, but-it is felt that any
given for the maintenance of an even man who has iot been training cannot Instals Phone Cable
temperament and good will among the zet in condition in any time less than 1Worl: oL installing aerial and un.
aspirants for a Varsity position, in his two weeks, hence the time has been set derground. cable throughout the city
talk. He will explain how he has ob- fc- Monday. have been begun by the Michigan
tained the most work out of his men -- !State Telephone conpany.
during the off days and depressing Interest in the Varsity tennis teurn-
parts of the season. an,cit has been totterilg and the In- 10 percent discount on Christma┬ž
Carl Johnson, '20, former Michigan t'amural departnent wishes to urge card engra4nng. 'Orders, received be-
track star, will tell about his experi- that thc;es players who remain undo- fore Nov. 10. See our large assort-
enes at the last Olympic games, where '=eated get in touch with their oppon- ment. O. D. Morrill, 17 Nickels Ar-
he went as a 'unit in the team that won ents and play the inatches off before cade. Open evenings.- Adv.
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into detail. JUST he
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and let us show you the largest assortment of
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isa glass or more of
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material out of them if they stand ur
tinder 'it.
Last night the yearlings scrimmag-
ed among themselves for three hours
after which 'each one was fully con-
vinced that: there is still muchto
learn about football. Rudiments were
stressed and the faults that were seen
in the, two scrimmages with the see-
ond Varsity, Monday and Tuesday,
received the staff's 'undivided atten-

1LIIIJIJ ULAN LL I L IUUI
VYARSITY, AGGIE HARRIIERS (OFF~
ON iA)NG GIMNI AT 11:15
SAT :RDAY
In anticipation of a large crowd

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tion. Grube, first string quarter on tu-ni.4 cur to watch .the raee between
the yearlings, was lost to the squad the M. . C. herrir: :ndl Michi;an'
for the remainder of the year, as h' hbill and En'.2:as'o. Saturday, Coach
received a badly wrenched ankle Steve Fari'cil is leaving nothin un-
while 'attempting to elude two tack- done in his effort to mae this event:
lers. interesting to the stlient body.
Everybody was surprised Tuesday At the two mile ma'rk an auto will
night when the yearlings held the see- be posted that will take the numbers
ond Varsity to a 14 to 0 score. Every of the runners and their positions at
minute was a thrill all in itself, for that point in tlie r i. The auto will
neither of the teams could make a then return to tl'e finish and give thel
yard through the line and the aerial 'rcpcrts. Programs are now on hand
game was played. and more will be given out at the
End runs and line bucks were brok- meet.
en up before they crossed the line of The race will start and finish in
scrimmage, especially by Babcock and 'front of the limoeopatlic hospital on
Marion, who caused a considerable Volland street. At 11:15 o'clock theI
number of the passes to be grounded men will set off over the 4.8 mile
when they rushed the Varsity pass--I Geddes course.
er. Scoring in cress country is different
Vick gave a punting exhibition that from that in track as the team with
surprised a'ny that he has indulged the lowest aggregate of points wins.
in here before. They were not of Points count one for first place--two
such a long disance, but were well 1or secorid---three or third, and so
placed and enabled the freshmen tack- on. The lfst five men of each squad
leis to get down and cover the receiv- to finish constitutes a team.
er in good time. Yesterday afternoon Steve gave his
Assistant Coach Ernie Vick came men a rest and this afternoon he in-
over from the Varsity and injected a teals to pra-ctic(e his men on the cor-
bit of new spirit into the line, with O )dcOt fr Saturlay's (istance. To-
the result that not a Varsity man suc- mOrow he wAil again rest the squad
ceeded in breaking up one of the as ts the (c't m before a large race.
punts. M. A. C.'s lhrriers had a strenuous
Dewey, Shibe and Wahl registered workout cn Tuesday afternoon and
considerable improvement over their vere working yesterday on the correct
past performances. I pace for Geddes avenue course. They
Coach Mather is giving his men all realize that Farrell has an unusual
that he knows these (ays and will team this year and aie strivin; with
have a wonderful aggregation rounded every ounce of energy to meet this
into shape to meet the Varsity in comlpetition and to come out victori-
scrimmage next week when the an. 0ois,
nual outside game layoff will be held,
Let a "Daily" classified ad rent that
vacant room for you.--Adv- . 4-
o ENVEL.OPES, 200 E'OTE SHEETS-s. o
Printed with Your Name and Address

WILL DISTRIBUTE
M. A. C. PROGRAMS;
Athletic Programs for the M. A. C.
game Saturday will be furnished free
of charge to all attending, according4
to a statement by Elmer Hartwig, '23,
managing editor, yesterday. The pro-;
grams wvll be in folder form and Will
e printed on cardboard.
The cover of the program will con-
sist of a drawing of a feature of
football play. On the interior of thin
four pages the line-ups of the two
schools will be given, while on the'
back page a place in which scores
may be recorded will be provided.
SLEEP ANYWHERE, BUT
TTHE CLUB LUNCH
7I2 Arbor Street
Near State and Packard Streets

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A tma )s Means Allmendinger s"

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~self erasing
fooYrn ts

Te Greenwich Village
Follies

The Follies are playing in Detroit this week.

If you 'see them,

you will want to play the songs yourself. If'you cannot go to
Detroit you will want to come in and get the'music you heard
so much about. Two hits are

SWEETHEART LANE

Fine Boad Paper;Size of shceEst3.6x7;envelopes 6 1-2
sa ,5-8; printing ii latest style- in his n iiisy. lust
the thing for Ladies an~d Gentlemeni, :Profcs~iona! heo-
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AT
B3AR BOUR GYM
ON
Saturday Night
TO
KENNEDY'S ORCHESTRA I

There is a certain amount of
mental stimulus born of compe-
tition. Younay find yourself
lacking the pep to carry on in
the afternoon when the morn-
ing has been tryini . W kien
such moments come drop in and U
try the perfect Billiard equip- I
ment we have and which we
promise will put renewed ener- U
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shoe.

The la/esl in foolwear

NEW NOVEMBER RECORDS ARE NOW ON SALE
LET US PLAY THEM FOP. YOU
THE ALLMENDINGER
MUSIC SHOP

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Tickets, $i

For sale at

raham 's

305 Maynard St.

Phone 1692

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