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WOLVERINES READY
FOR FIGHTING ASS
I1N ANNUAL BATTLE
WILL TARE NO CHANCES ON SLIP
AFTER GLORIOUT- START,
SLADE THIS YEAR.
KEEFER, SLAUGHTER ON
FIRST, TEAM YESTERDAY
Harlon, Al -Fresh End, Fractures
Wrlst in Scrimmage Against.
Reserves Yesterday
Another long signal drill was the
share of the Varsity football team
yesterday afternoon in preparation
for the Aggie tilt tomorrow. Coach
Yost, after handing out two stiff
scrimmage sessions to his charges the
first two days of the week, is evident-
ly satisfied with the condition of to-'
morrow's probable starters and is giv-
ing them only enough work to keep
them: on edge.
Rumors that Michigan would make
tomorrow's battle more or less of a
rest period for the first string men
were. definitely spiked by a statement
of the coach Wednesday, that he was
going to take no chances with the
Farmers and would start his strongest
team. This means that spectators at
Ferry field tomorrow afternoon. will
see the full strength of the two old riv-
als thrown against 'each other in the
annual grid battle that has grown to
such significance with the passing of
the years.
Two changes were made in the Var-
sity. yesterday afternoon during the
signal drill, Keefer replacing Steger
at left half and Slaughter taking the
guard post held down by Johns against
llinois. No definite announcement' has
been made that the new arrangement
will hold good at the start of tomor-
row's battle but both of the new
choices are sure to be seen during
the afternoon if they do not start.,
Keefer Shines
Keefer has been the .sensation of
the week in scrimmage, carrying the
entire burden of the offensive for the
second Varsity in the engagements
with the All-fresh aggregation. He.
howed such marked improvement over J
his previous form that Yost has begun
o count on him for regular duty and
he Dayton boy may become a fixture
n, the starting lifeup before the season
.s over. His off tackle drives and
sweeping end runs were particularly
effective against Mather's yearlings,
hese plays being good for touchdowns
from the 30, 35, and 40 yard stripes
during Monday's tilt.
Slaughter has been one of the most

promising linemen since the opening
of the season but up until this time
there has been something lacking. in
his play which the (coaching staff
was sure he possessed. If he has now
rounded into proper form he will make
a valuable man for the Varsity for-
ward wall but it is hard to see how he
can displace the fighting Johns for the
regular berth.
Neisch was at left end during the
Varsity signal drill yesterday but it'
has been announced that Kirk is ready
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FROSH HARRIERS
TO RUN SATURDAY
Coach Sullivan of the freshman
cross country team has announced
that he will send his entire squad,
through a race over the freshmanf
course on Saturday at 11 o'clock. Ac-
cording to the coach he wants every
man on hand for this race as it isl
very important and all.the men should
be in condition. Any man that does
not come out for this run will have
to resutne his gymnasium work and
will be dropped from the squad.
Coach Sullivan stated that it was not
a question of how fast a man can run,
but of being on hand Satur.day to run
over the course at 'any pace.
The first siximen to place will be
given tickets to the Majestic theatre.
It is hoped that there will;be a better
showing this week. than last, as there
were only twelve men out for the run.
Sullivan has 123 men for :his squad
and they should all be on hand.
At 4:15 .this afternoon the entire
squad should. report to Coach Sulli-
van at the Wateruzan gym for instruc-
tion.
Intramural Items
The first practice for the sopho-J
more speedball team will be held at
3:30 o'clock this..afternoon :on South
Ferry field. All men who intend to
tryout for.the. team should report to
Manager Hurwich at this time.
Purdue Homecoming Popular
Lafayette,I.nd,, Nov. 2.-Purdue
university Homecoming has been set
for Nov. 25 with the Purdue-Indiaii
game as the main attraction. Fifteen
thousand , etters: have been sent to
grads and former students and indi-
cations point to a record breaking re-
union.
Place your engraving and emboss-
ing stationery.orders with 0. D. Mor-
rill, 17 Nickels Arcade, and save that
eleventh hour rush-Adv.
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Company.--Adv.
Call 445 Huron St. Taxi..25c.-Adv.

A6GGIE LINEUP
MICHIGANBAI
FARMER MENTOII i
TEAM STRONtEST DES?
ED IN SEVERAIL YEA
KIPKE MAY NOT S'I
BECAUSE OF IN
Green and White Offers Str
and Backfield and Plen
Fighting Spirit
After a complete silence f
week in regard to the line
the Green and White would
oppose Michigan tomorrow i
nual Aggie-Michigan encoun
Barron of the Farmers hasa
finitely decided upon his sq
ing the past week of practic
have been showing, up as t
have before and the coach's
followed a great deal of de
The team which M. A. C. wi
Ann Arbor this week is cou
to turn the tide which h
Michigan's way for the p
years and every man is ex
reach the high point of hi
career.

The quarterback position over
which there has been a bitter fight
throughout the season will be filled
by Richards a former schoolmate of
Harr Kipke's at Lansing High
school, where both were mentioned
on. All-State elevens. Richards is 4
heady field general and is regarded
as one of the most reliable men in
the Aggie backfield. To back up Rich-
ards, Coach Barron has Crane and Mc-
ECLARES Millan, both of whom are quarters of
ELOP- the first water.
ARS .Captain Johnson at left half is a
veteran of two other Michigan gaiues
[ART and has proved himself dangerous to
JURIEStsthe Wolverines in both of the con-
JURIEStests. Last year, playing at defensive
quarterback, he repeatedly stopped
ong Ends runners who had broken through the
ity of first defense. This year he is doing
almost all of the punting for, his
team and in the Indiana game had e,
or the last slight edge on the Hoosier booter.
I He is also an accurate passer. The
other two men in the backfield, Lior-
choose tc ett at full, and Brady' at right half,.
n the An- are both veterans and are bound ;t
ter, Coach create considerable disturbance in
at last de- Saturday's game.
uad. Dur- Considerable disappointment has
e the men been caused the Michigan team' in
hey never the fact that Harry Kipke's younger
selection brother who has been playing defens-
liberation.
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ive end, and right half will probably heavily outweighed it is likely that the
not start Saturday on account of in- brunt of the attack will fall upon
juries received in the earlier games. these men. Both of them are experi-
It is likely however, that he will get enced i offensive and defensive ope
into the game before the final whistleiplay and a great deal might be ex
nected from them were it not for the

AA mhen who expect to tryout
for the Varsity basketball team
should report to me not later than
7:30 o'clock, Monday, Nov. 6.
E. J. MATHER,
Coach.

blows.
The line which will face the Wolv-
erines Saturday caused considerable
comment during the Hoosier contest
and although it hardly equals the
Maize and Blue wall in weight it will
make anything but a toy for the Mich-
igan men. Eckerman, playing at cen
ter, is by far the best linesman the
Aggies possess. No one on the Indi-
ana team was able to hold him and
no gains of any consequence were
made through his position. At the
guards Taylor and Morrison are hold-
ing forth. Their performances in the
last two games of the Aggies have
cinched their jobs for them.
Eckart and Graves have been chos-
en to fill the tackle berths. Both men
have been playing- well throughout
the season and in the practice ses-
sions this week have stood out from
the other candidates. Eckart is a
heady player who can use both hi
hands and feet to advantage. Gravy,
is more or less an unknown quantity.
Hultman and Robinson will take
care of the flank positions. Because
the Wolverine line has the Farmers

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all-American class of their opponents
in the contest Saturday.
Coach Barron considers that the
team which he will put in the fielt?
against Michigan Saturday is one of
the most powerful and resourceful
outfits that has represented M. A. C.
for many years and he is looking fo,
a contest such as the Wolverines rare-
ly have in their struggles with their
Farmer opponents.
20 per cent discount on Christmas
Scardand stationery engraving orderj
received before November 10. Select
from our large stock and avoid the
December rush. 0. D. Morrill, 17
Nickels Arcade.-Adv.

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