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I left yesterday afternoon for Mad-
WORK ENDS ison where they will watch the fight-
img Suckers attempt to bold the elev-
en which centers around- the versa-
Badg~er, Etollie Williams; This is
1K FOR YARSITYtlle
the last chance that the Wolverine
mentors will have to witness the Wis-
consin eleven in action before the
Face~ I~-eserve~, All.Fres~, here and they are determined to
ity VYItJA Much Vliiui~ed come- back with information which
Lineup will give the Varsity plenty of work
I .~ the coming week prepaiing
___________ 1' 7~
~ VARSITY MEN F defences foi' the Cardinal plays one
~FF O~4 SCOUTtW TRIPS Week-from today.
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PRINCETON AND HARVARD SET FOR ~ RUN AT
FIRST QF "BIG THREE" GRID BATTLES IIflhIIlILIILt
- COLUMBUS TODAY

marked extent and can better any o~
his records with fast conipetitl6n.
Is bell holds the - Geddes - course rec~
ord which is distinct proof of his pro-
wess in hill and dale races. He made
this mark in a trial race 'in -which
he did not have any particular incen-

Michigan's Varsity football squad
as given an easy day of it yesterday
!ternoon bfl Ferry field in' ordsr that
Le nien Will be In good condition for
te scrimmage against the Freshmen
id Reserve squads this afternoon.
Most of the time during practice
~sterday ~ speift'in 'kicking, pa~s-
g, and h~in4lifl~. the ball. The jnen
e all in the best of shape and at
e present time- there appears t-o be
thing to do but keep them in this
Lape and to drill them on ne~ for-
ations from day to day.,. Coach Yost.
LS spent most of the past week pre-
xing the' team tb 1,reILIc up the' fLm-
L5 screen pass of the Badgers whiO~
oved so effective against the Wolv-
ines last year. This is one of the
irdest of forward passes to --block
Ld Yost is layin-g great stress upon -
e Varsity f~r-m~tion which will be
ed against this play. - -
- Stress Rudiments
Yost ~has also been working the
~n quite a bit this week on funda-
mtais. Tackling in particular and
[ling on the b~1i have come In for
sir share of attention and a great
al of time was spent in perfecting
a -blocking of tl~ first strb~g men
1 this drill on the fundai~iental es-
itials are a part of the Michigan
epaiatlon for Wisconsin a week
~m today. While - the work of -the
.rslty -in elementary work -thus far
s year hasjieeu pleaei~g the WoW- -
ne mentors are leaving no stone
turned in order to have an eleven
a will be as near perfect as p65-
'le. - - A
rhe squad went - through one - of the
-ippiest signal drills -yesterday af-
'noon -that has ~been seen in some
is. The men all seemed to knov'
t what to do id the exact time to
it and showed wonderful coordin-
on on every play. In fact all of'
practice yesterday went off with
isiderable snap.
Some Regulars Out - -
['he game this- afternoon will find.
reral of the - regulars -mssing - from
lineup at the kickoff. At the flank
utions will be Curran and Neisch.
nderson or Chamberlain will hold
~'n one tackle while Rosatti will
e his regular place on the other'
a of the line. Slaughter and Tracy
1 be at the guard positions while 1
itt will be i-n the pivot position at
center of the line. - -
n the backfield Knode will run -the
m from the qgarterback position, I
Gunther Is -slated - to play full-
:k. At the halves will be Rankin ~
either Steg~r or Keefer. The~e i
b two men will probably alternate
playing against the Reserves and
against the freshmen. The re-
Inder of the first team who are not
ying are planning to be out of the
today. - - -
lost of the Michigan coaching staff
departed ~r other games where
y will scout the two teams which
sh out the schedule for the Wolv-
155. Sturzennberger left yesterday
~rnoon for Iowa where he will- wit-.
s the Iowa-Minnesota clash this
~rnoon. Minnesota will be forced
open up against the Hawkeyes if
~ are - to stand ,any show of win-
g the game at all and Coach Sturz-
berger expects to have a chance to I
most of the plays which have
tight the - Gophers through the sea-.I
thus far with only one defeat
I at the hands of the strong Wis-

NUIMI *U~f4Mhh"4 £OI~II ~

ANN AKLWH HI~K MEEI~
SA8I~AW EASTERN TODAY~
F.xpecte~ at Wines Field *hen
- Tezutt~ V#' Ead~ Olitex iii
(*'eleel.

Exci(c-ihent l~ running high as the
time for the- An'n Aibor-S.ginaw East-
-ei~r higt~ scl'ool footbal' game, -~iich
will -plaTyed at . Wines field at ~
c.'~1ocl~ this aftex4noon approaches. Ann
Arbor has not lost a game this season
nor-has she been scored on so far,
and by wlnliing today's game the Fur-
pIe and White will- be making a strong
bid for All-state-honors. Saginaw has
rost but one garb's gnd is- still in the
runnin~. -
COach Holloway has spent most of
the tl~i.e this week in drilling on for-
Ward pass combii~atlouta and as Sag-
maw po~sesse~ & team wWich will out-
weigh -Ann Arbor's considerably, this
aerial - attack wili undoubtedly mean
everythiuig. Tommy Neff, qparter, has
developed into an aceura4e. passer and
with the spitting of W*.Ish front half-
back to epd the' ~erIgl route~between
these tu~ro ~ Is boua~ tp see plenty
of traftlc. Altbou~h tl~e ~4g1naw line
is reputed to be pewerful, the coach is
priming Gauss and Liobtensuer --for.
use ~n line plunges. Staebler will be,
on hand to run.the ends and with these
possibilities of attack it - seems as
though the Saginaw eleven will have
a lot of work cut out for it,. -
Coa~ch aolloway has -not -'neglected
his defense by any means. Captain
Seyfried at tackle has done much to
aid the line in stopping plays and
breaking through. Just how effective
the work ~of the forward wall has
been may - be seen from the fact that
no points have'been registered against'
the Purple a~id White this season.
Announcement of a probable lineup
of th~ Ann Arbor team for today's I
game came from Coach Holloway as
follows: ~1nds, Walsh and Smith;
tackles, Captain Seyfried and Pommer-
3ning; guards, Hail - and Stowe; cent-
~r, Nanry; halfbacks, Staebler and.
~auss ; fullback, Llchtenauer; quarter-
ack, -Neff. - -
In older to, accommodate the large
~rowd which 'is anticipated 2,000 ad-
litton-al seats have been erected. - It
.s expected that the largest crowd ever
;een at a. high school -game in this
~ity will witness the game this after-
xoon. -
Try a "Daily" liner it you want to
~et reM- :results.-Adv.

tive to do any better time than Would
ih'e~. 0.. 5. 1, nu~i Illinois in-- Second j win the race. - - . -- --
Annual. Triangular Hill- and - I - Rowex~- Should -Shu~ - - -.
hale Giind Besides Isbell, the Wolverines boast
of seven other stron~ r~initeY~s In this
I COACH FARRELL COUNTS ON - I field. - Oaptain Bowen should run a
ISBELL TO TARE HOYOftS I fine racd if ho gets away to a good
_______ start and does- not lag in the rear at
Eight Wolverine harriers left yes-. the start of tlle - race. !I hi~ is a fault
ter(iay for (~olumbus where they ~vill~that Bowen has and which Coach Far-
compete against Illinois and 'Ohio I reil has tried during the - past week to
State in the second annual triangular correct. I-ic is a runner who has a
LacL 4etween the three schools today. strong finish and usually - passes five
I ( o'~ch Farrell stated before leaving or six men during the last mile, som-
'that his men were in- the best possi- ing u~ from the rear. I-f he, could stay
ble condition for the meet. with -the.- leaders at the start of the
Michigan Strong ~I race h~ would have a good chance of
Thehigan has one of the best cross i (Continued on Page Seven)
Ccdntry teams it has boasted of in
many ~'ears, Farrell says, and, also that I{ipk-e I.-'ad~ High School Pep Meet
i~ macli stronger, than last year's - -
'tc"uu at this time of the seasop. - - I Harry G. Kipke, '24, Michigan ,half-
I he' best tudividual performer on back,- spoke before the students of 'the
the team this year is, without doubt, j Ann Arbor high school at a pep meet-
Isbell. This is his last year on the lug held yesterday afternoon -In Pat-
I ~quad, however, and hb will be a great tcngi'l auditorium. He urged the stu-
loss to the team next year. 'Steve I-s I dents to suiport the team in the gamo
F placing hopes in Isbell to tak~ first I this~ afternoon when - they - meet the
honors in today's race and from mdi- I strong Saginaw Eastern - squad on
cations ~f his past work he is capable Wi-ne~ field. -Both teams are consider-
I of meeting al-I- requirements, He has I ed -candidates for the state champion--
never to date been pushed to any shiv.
0
Sat.Nov.11,Sp m.

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Staa's of the Harvard and Princel on t c 'un~. Above, left to rigiit~ are: Captain Dkkinson of Princeton, Fullback
Cleaves, o~ Princeton. Quarterb ~xck Buell of Harvard, and Left End F itz of Harvard. Below is Center Clark
o~ Harvard4
The' Tiger has sharpened his teeth for his annual battle with th o Crimson clad victory hunters of
Harvard today. And down at. Cambri dge finishing touches have been put a ii the Harvard offense and defenpe to
re~el the Tiger. Harvard's hopes c enter on Charley Bush and George 0 wen, star backs and ranked as two of
the greatest players in the game today. Princeton looks to Captain Dicki nson, line star, and Fullback Cleaves
to defeat Harvard.
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Intr~imural Items
Slashing the ball with tremendous
power and carrying the game to' his-
opponent with unexpected consistency,
Dreyfuss, '26, -captured the All-campus
tennis tournament in the singles from
Greiner, '25E, winning three straight
sets out of the scheduled five by scores
of 6-2, 6-1, and 6-1.
Dreyfuss was in rare form, driving
the ba-ll - wit-h terrific force to well
ehosen spots and forcing Greiner to
play a- defensive game at the net. Af-
ter making a speedy drive, Dreyfuss
worked his way to the net and there
displayed the best brand of net play
that has been seen in the whole tourn-
ament. Greiner played a conservative
brand of tennis and gained hi~ few
points by taking advantage of the
breaks.
DR. ~W. S. MILLS
~ - OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN
.-, GIG First Nat'l Bk. Bidg~
Office Hours Phone
9A2; 1:304; 321-Fl

In winning this tournament Drey-. class speedbail should report to Bob
fuss accomplished the unexpected, that Young at 10 oclock,~atu~day morn-
I of a freshman winning two cups in ing, on south Ferry ~Ald..
the fall tournaments, for he won the
- doubles last week with his partner I One lone interesting game was play-
Goldsmith. Throughout the elimina- ed in the speedball - tournament yes-
tions he has been playing in a note- terday afternoon at south Ferry field,
worthy style and bids fair to become soph enginers overwhelming the
a Varsity star with a few more seas- School of Education, 15 to 0. The
on's practice. He will be given a silv- F School of Education was sadly lacking
er loving cup for his reward and in a working knowledge of the rules of
Greiner will receive a sweater with - the game and were aided in their de-
class numerals. - feat by only havjng a- - team of seven
I 'Phe f-all tournament was well sup- ~men as against nine on the soph eng-
ported this year, its Enrollment sui- ineers team. - - - -- - ,, -,
passing the number that have taken Pharmics failed to put in an appear-
part in the s~asons past. Intramural F ance and their match- with the sen-
Director Mitchell was well pleased i ior engineers was forfeited to the lat-
with the results, both with the good 'tsr, 1 to 0.
turnout and the fact that several play-
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