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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

ORCHING SUN FJ
ENTHUSIASM
el and Uteritz Expected Back i
Game Early Next
Week

SCR M AGE WITH RESERVES
SLATED FOR THIS AFTERNOON
As one of the many sweltering
players out on Ferry field yesterday
afternoon put it, "a little cold weathe
would go awfully good on a hot day
like this." Certain it is that th
thermometer was doing . stunts al
through practiceyesterday, but even
the climbing of the mercury had little
apparent effect onthebustle of
practice.
Variety In Practice
There were plenty of courses on the
hard work banquet dished out to the
gridders by the coaching staff
Blocking and charging practice, now
past the rudimentary stage, has de
veloped into a demonstration of the
technicalities that make line work a
science in itself, and the Wolverine
forward wall was given plenty to d
by Coaches Little, Weiman, and Sturz
negger. The biggest attraction to the
goodly number of witnesses who re-
fused to let the scorching sun inter-
fere with their interest in practic
was the elucidation of the science 01
playing the pivot position as pro-
pounded by Coach "Ernie" Vick with:
Slaughter, the rangy southern candi-
date for the post, as his chief pupil.
The big boy seems to be getting the
knack of the job with a pleasing de-
gree ofaptitude: and if Vick can im-
part a fair degree of his All-Ameri-
can knowledge to this, promising
sophomnore it is a safe bet that the
SIKI SIGNS CONTRACT
FOR NEWYORK BOUl,

SENEGALESE NEGRO AGREES
MET ANY MAN NAMED
BY RICKARD

TO

(By Associated Pres)
New York, Sept. 29.-Battling Siki,
the Senegalese Negro, who sprang into
prominence by knocking out Georges
Carpentier in Paris last Sunday, will
fight in this city on or about Thanks-
giving Day, Nov. 30. This announce-
ient Was made today by Tex Rickard,
Madison . Square Garden fight pro-
moter, who'stated that he hhd received
Siki's acceptance to meet any light
heavyweight on that date who might
be named by Rickard.
Promoter Rickard has conducted ne-
gotiations with M. Hellers, Siki's
manager, by cable for several days,
and his announcement marks the end
of an interesting contest between sev-
eral American fight promoters to ob-
tain control of Siki's pugilistic serv-
ices in this country.
Hint Dempsey Next
Rickard refused to tell the exact
financial arrangements made with the
Senegalese fighter; but it is understood
the contract closed by cable today
calls for Siki to meet Jack Dempsey
next summer, should he win his bout
Thanksgiving Day.
A clause also is incorporated in the
agreement which provides that Rick-
ard may promote, if he so desires, a
contest between the world's champ-
ion and the conquerer of Carpentier
next summer, regardless of the out-
come of Siki's first match in this
country.
It is said the latest Negro pugilistic
sensation will arrive in this country
about Nov. 1, and will train in or near
this city for his bout tentatively set
for Thanksgiving Day.
Opponent a Secret
Rickard declined to name Siki's op-
ponent, but stated he was conducting
negotiations with several light-heavy-
weights and would select the most
promising man for the ,fight for the
world's light-heavyweight champion-
ship, now held by Siki as a result of
his knockout of Carpentier.
If the bout is held at Madison Square
Garden, as appears probable, it will
be a 15-round contest to a decision
under the New York state boxing reg-
ulations.
Loose Leaf Note Books-the "Stand-
ard"-all sizes at Wahr's University
Bookstore.-Adv.

yniarrl an
LSTO LSE DETROIT GRID SQUAD CRbUVNITY CLUB SE
OF GRID11o CANDIDATES IN ACTION TODAY TORUN ON NEWCOUREat
DIJFFY'S MEN HEAVY FAVORITES MORE THAN :5 MEN REPORTING mi
OVER WILM1NMTON COLLEGE TO STEVE FARRELL.eli
in Maize and Blue pivot man will prove AGGREGATION EACh DAY
a highly dangerous proposition to all ar
who face him. Eleven gridiron warriors, wearing Followers of the fortunes of the du
Vacng ciesinoubtful the red of the University of Detroit, Michigan cross-country team are op-an
Nyotinbf definte nture isuc ,awill be the first in this vicinity to timistic over the prospect of having me
cessful candidates for the guard and do their stuff for the benefit of cash a winging team this fall to represent De
tal positions. aO customers when, on this after- the Wolverines satisfactorily.
p~urha ouses,F noon, they take the field against WVil. e
is assured of one of the latter posts, n yMore than 35 men reported to Coach
with Blott, Van der Voort, Heath, DetroitExectsollgeSteve Farrell yesterday afternoon forC
Swan, Garfield, and Martin still fight- the preliminary workouts over the des
Y ing tooth and nail for the remaining Coach Duffy's men are in good shape State Street course which begins and of
e trio of places. The return of Ed initial counter af ends at erry field clubhouse
1 Johns to the game would quite prob- two weeks' training period at exing- There are only a few of the veter str
ably narrow the list of vacancies ton. The Catholic mentor has been an fls-ya' ta akadmn
ydown to two. Johns' fate should be fortunate in the wealth of material of laseayerar's the ace and many
wioh thecwearersaofbthe Maize andwBlue
e definitely known within the next few h wi h hseen able to wor will be men out of the ranks of last
days. and the team which he has buitsyear's freshman track squad. Ams-
Injured to Return expected, in troit circles o ha tetz, Reinke, Shenefield, Cochran, for
Captain Goebel, who has been on the little o ositin oin wiy Nicholson, Isbell and Spedding are ne
injured list for the past week with what some of the promising members from gri
. water on the knee, is expected to re- offer. the class of '25. ue
vport for practice early next week, Detroit is expected to rely mainly on son
and Uteritzr veteran quarter straight football with but a few re- Bowen and Arndt Back o
.should also be back in uniform. Th sorts to open field work. The diligent Captain Bowen and Arndt, two vet- ha
Athletic association yesteirday defy- training period through which the men ierans from last year's squad, will an
nitely verified the statement that have been put has dealt largely with form the nucleus of the. squad and lim
Ted Banks, hero of the Chicago rudimentary work, but every one of they will be aided by the presence of for
game two years ago, and favored for the few plays that will be used against Cande. Visse and Harry Davis, if the N
the quarterback post at the opening Wilmington has been thoroughly mas- latter keeps eligible. cou
of this season, will never don a Mich- tered. Steve is anticipating a great in- in
igan uniform again. It was stated IT. of D. Outweighed crease in the personnel of the squad, sun
that the plucky little leader will be The Wilmington eleven comes to next Monday, when he moves his, ord
crippled for at least six weeks, too Detroit with the factor of weight in headquarters from Ferry field to Wat-
long to permit him to get back Into its favor, there being but one man, erman gymnasium. Most of the meem L
condition before the closing games. Klein, at guard, who is heavier than who are out are old men at the game etc
Passing Important his rival. While the Detroiters are
It is evident from the attention that confident of an easy victory itis to be
is being paid' to the aerial game innoted that on Saturday last the men
practice that the Wolverines will de- from pWilmington held Butler college's
vote a good bit of time in actual com- snappy aggregation to a 7 to 0 count.
bat to attemuts at advances via the Detroit's probable opening lineup
forward pass route. Keatley and will be Capt ain MKenna, quarter,
Knode did some pretty work at the r nW hE
receiving and sending ends of the Loomis, full, Cassidy and Young, ends,
ethereal line, with Uteritz, Roby and Ellis and Sonnenberg, tackles, Klein
Curran also putting in some high and Perkins, guards, and Flannery, oSE
class contributions. In addition to center. -,
passing the backfield candidates were Dedicate New Field
dashed through some snappy run- In addition to being the opening
ping, with punting thrown in as a game of the Detroit season the contest
side dish. will be a feature because of the open-
Coach Yost announced yesterday ing of the new U. of D. stadium at
afternoon that scrimmage will be Livernois and Six-Mile road, and this
held today at 4:30 o'clock, the oppo- added attraction is expected to draw a
sition being furnished by Coach Fish- big crowd to the curtain raiser.
er's Reserves, reinforced by the ap-
pearance of a pleasing number of nw Pennsylvania Club Elects
candidates. Members of the Pennsylvania club
met last night to elect officers and
Important Notice organize for the coming year. The
Going to rent a typewriter? Mr. new officers are: Russell Thomas, '24,
Moran's office, Room 2, second floor, president; Ralph N. Byers, '24, vice
711 N. Uni. Ave., will be open Monday, president; Betty Forsythe, '23, secre-
Oct. 2, where some bargains in type- tary, and Thomas J. Donahue, '23,
writer rentals and sales will be of- treasurer.
fered. Investigate.-Adv.
B
Open Sundays rrom 9:30 to 4:30 N
p. n. Lyndon Shop.-Adv. g IN COMFORT, IN S
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d are just limbering up for the
re serious work which will start
thin the next two weeks. It is ex-
cted that the men who will report
Waterman gymnasium will be
een men for none of the incoming
n who have had experience are
gible this fall.
All of the roads around Ann Arbor
e covered with an excess amount of
st which must be wet down by rains
d hardened into firm dirt before the
n can be expected to do their best.
spite the present conditions of the
ds, they are not as bad as they
re last fall and a few showers
)uld put them in tiptop shape.es
gravel has been put all along Ged-
s avenue which was formerly part
the 'course andSteve expects to
a all of his meets over the State
eet course although the men will
actice on the former.
Work to be Light
Light work is the 'order of the day
the next two weeks to the har-
rs 'lfter which the more serious
nd will be substituted and contin-
d through the balance of the sea-
The menhave not been running
itr the course all of the way, but
ve been taking little jogs at a time
d then substituting the necessary
bering up exercises while they rest
their wind. I
o time ,has been taken for the
rse as none of the men indulged
any serious training or running this
nmer and need considerable time in
er to regain their former stride.
aboratory supplies, coats, aprons,
., at Wahr's.-Adv.
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