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11 Dots To Present leivy anild For. )play on the team and with one or two
M1dable ElMi1t: Oni e ceptions every member of the team
E ;.i attrdly bI ha had three or four years experience'
:n intercollegiate football. The Mar-
YTTERDAY"S )DJILtL LIGHT1" ine team is coached by Lt. John W.
VARSITY IMSETS ESEI ESBeckett, former Oregon star and all-
American tackle.
With their determination to end the
season with a spotless record giv en UnARIE AS TO MEET OHIO
new strength by the victory over I'wa '
last Saturday, members of the Varsity
football squad entered upon the last
lap of the 1923 schedule yesterday L
afternoon by going through a light
workout on Ferry Field. Preparations I
for the game with the Quantico Mar- i R A U iNNAAit EWI TO0PI,0VIE
ides this coming Saturday will con- RINNESL WITE FIRST
tihue 1#Puntil Frida afternpon and *IREAl1TEST
tM practice sessions will be held be.
hihd closed gates, with the possible Stcphen J. Farrell, Varsity cross
exceptiQn of this afternoon when a country mentor. is sending his har-
scrimmage will be held between the riers through stiff daily workouts in
Varsity and the Reserves., preparation for the triangular meet
The practice session yesterday af- with Ohio State and Illinois which
ternoon included light work for every takes place over the south Ferry field
member of the squad, all of the men course Saturday morning at 10:30.
reporting except VanDervoort and Although the Wolverines are reput-
Orube who were slightly injured in ed to have one of the strongest hill
the Hakeye battle and will not be and dale team ever assembled, it is a
outit In uniform until tomorrow at the cinch that they will have to go their
earliest. The drill started out with limit to take both the Buckeyes and
individual work with every man, the Illini into camp Saturday. Both of
coaches making an attempt to get these teams are exceptionally power-
every man up to his best form in time ful this year and when it is realized
for - the week-end skirmish with the that Michigan is a tense rival of both
Dill-Dogs. Later in the afternoon the of these aggregations it can be seen
team worked as a whole on the de- 'that a little more than the ability to
tense which will be used in the Marine run will be matched iii the encounter.

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Syracuse Team Makes Bid -VANTICD IVIDlarrier Places

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game, and a number of new forma-
tions were given out.j
Varsity to *',riimage ReservesI
Today Coach Fisher's- Reserves willE
use the Marine plays which Coach
$turznegger spotted at the Marine-I
Georgetown game three weeks ago
while the Varsity will attempt to stop
them. Part of today's session will
probably be open to the public.
The remainder of the week will be
given -over to intensive drill, designed
to smooth out all of the flaws which
have made themselves apparent so far
this season. and to shape the team for
thee of the hardest gnames on the
schedule which yet remain to be play-
ed, The danger of having the men go-a
ing stale will make the work-outs nec-
ossarily lighter than they really
should be while the danger of losing
a game among the next tif-e, all oft
which are regarded as ;impor talt
nzmkes it necessary for tl menen t
Ikeep in the best of shape This yea s'
schedule has presented a diffkcunt:
problem for the coaches' tfo ove:
Whereas in the past few seasons-the
team has been able to take the condi-
tioning work gradually because of the
comparatively easy games the first
two weeks of the season, the Vander-
bilt game coming second, on the
schedule this year in the place gener-.
ally occupied by the M. A. C. game,
forced the team to get into condition
a week earlier than customary. In
addition, the team has not had a sin-
gle week-eud of leisure since the Casef


The Illinois crew still feels , the
thorn handed them by the Maize and
Blue athletes last season in the out-
door and indoor Conference meets and
"revenge" is the cry in the Indian lair.
Harry Davis. seems to be the spotted'
m'an of the race according t reports
from Urbana and Columbus. Davis'
nbility as a long distance runner is
known. throughout the middle west,,
and. in this man Steve has a star of no
little note. He has a wonderful
strfde that is almost identical to that
of Eghert Isbell, the greatest long
distance runner ever to don a Michi-
gan track suit. I
'Captain Arndt is at the peak of his
career and if lie runs Saturday in the
same manner as he did in the, Har-
phain Trophy run last week in which
he copped second honors; he should
place high. Arndt has it on some of
his teammates in the matter of ex-
*-erience, and as this is a quality that
often determines a man's place in a
te p, Arndt is a strong favorites for
~s ind honors in the meet.
Rearick, Reinke, Shonefield and
Iowen seem to come next in line. All
are fairly even matched and can be
counted on to show up well in Satur-
day's meet. Nicholson, Polhemus,
Griffen and Mason round the squad
into a formidable aggregation.
Badgers Headed
For Illini Tilt
Madison, Wis., Nov. 6-With Satur-
day's important game with the ram-
paging Illini at Urbana commanding
all of their attention, Coach Ryan and
his staff of assistants are working
b;ard to have the Badger eleven in tip-
top shape.
Scouts have emphasized the neces-
sity, of stopping Harold Grange, fleet-
footed half back of the Indians, if
victory is to come to Wisconsin this
year4 A setbacki at the hands of the
Ryan clan will eliminate Illinois from
the Conference race, providing Michi-
gan remained unbeaten.
Form New Party
Stockholm, Nov. 6.-A new Liberal
party, taking the place of the one
broken un last May in a row over
liquor has been formed. Besides dry
laws, it favors free trade and abolition
of the proportional voting system in-
stalled in 1908.

Topping the bill in the all-campus
doubles tennis tournament this after-
noon will be the finals for the cham-
pionship of the campus between
O'Brien-O'Connell and Hodgeman-
King, at Ferry field.
The latter pair won their way to
the last round by sheer pluck against
a good team comprised of Garber and
Hicks, yesterday afternoon at Ferry
field. They displayed well-balanced
team work and should figure largely in
the final score this afternoon, although
it is expected that O'Connell-O'Brien
will win the match.
Both tams are pretty well match-
ed. Hodgeman is almost the equal of
either of his opponents and has % de-
pendable partner in King. O'Connell!
has already proved his worth and with
the help and speed of O'Brien, who
covers his ground with remarkable:
rapidity, should play the best tennis
of his short career here.
Although quite a few entries have
already been received, it.is necessary
to announce that those who are ex-
pecting to participate in the fraternity
handball tournament this fall should
hand in, the entries as soon as possi-
ble, as the first round will be played
off next Monday afternoon at the
handball courts in the basement of
Waterman gymnasium.
Many of the men who participated in
both the fraternity and all-campus
tournaments last winter have signed
up and the rounds are expected to
prove very interesting to many of the
new comers who have signified their
intenion of participating. One team
of two men is all that can be entered.-
The swimming entries for the fra-
ternity meet are coming in ata slow
rate, also: No dead line for these has
been set, but as the meet is to take
pace before Christmas vacation it is
imperative that all of the houses get
their men listed and start training.
No fraternity will be given credit for.
entrance unless four - different menI
start in .the events the day of the
Much interest is being manifested
in the coming all-campus cross coun-
try meet, as many of the leading men
in other fields of athletics have en-E
tered. This meet with the all-fresh
under the direction of Steve Farrell,,
and the fresh-sectional groups should7
provide all of the competition that anyt
of the ambitious yearlings could de-
sire. Besides, the fraternity entries
include many freshmen on their
sheets. _
Following is the speedball schedule,
for the freshmen sectional athleticI
3:15 o'clock today, team 1 vs. team 3,
team 8 -vs. team 10; 3:15 o'clockc
Thursday, team 2 vs. team 5, 4:15
o'clock, team 6 vs. team 9; 3:15
o'clock, team 7 vs. team 10.c
Interclass teams playing speedballi
are scheduled to meet as follows: 4:15
o'clock, today fresh engineersl
vs. junior engineers.t
Among the fraternity speedball<
league winners who are playing for
the title games have been scheduled
as follows: 3:15 o'clock today, Phi Chi
vs. Phi Sigma Delta; 5 o'clock, Alpha
Rho Chivs. Zeta Psi.
Fraternity athletic managers should
take careful notice of the rulings on
(Cintinued on Page Seven)
Tokio, Nov. 6.-Americans are com-
menting on recent editorials in the+
Japanese press showing a .growing
tendency of friendship for the United
States, regarded as a result of earth-
quake relief.

Four Syracuse stars. Above, Cant. Macisae, left and Tackle Starobin.
loA, John MeBrid e, left, and End Jappe.

(By Central Press) K
Syracuse, N. Y., Nov. 7-Syracuse
University once more boasts one of
the strongest teams in the eastern
grid field. Barring disastrous: set-
backs in the important games remain-
ing Coach "Chick" Meehan's squad
will dispute the right of -Cornell,
Princeton and other formidable elev-
ens to the eastern crown.
Syracuse served notice of its
strength when it walked over Alaba-
ma, 23 to 0 and turned back the Pitt
onslaught, 3 to 0. These two teams,
with Nebraska, Penn State and Col-
gate, give any team a season's work.
Meehan has two of the fastest and
most - capable ends in the east and.
Capt. MacRae and Jappe. Both are
vets and to relieve them Meehan has
Noble, another vet of last year at the
Waldorf, mentioned for All-Ameri-
can tackle by Walter Camp and other
critics last year, is playing a more
brilliant game than last season. Syra-
cuse followers are bold enough to as-
sept. Starobin, at the other tackle, is
an ideal running mate for Waldorf.
These two stars are helping make
Rugg, a new- man, and Biggs hold up
the strength of the outer line and
Fivas, the man picked to fill the shoes
of Culver, 1922 captain, at center, has
more than come up to expectations.
Chet Bowman is called the fleetest
backfield man in the country by east-
ern critics. Gif Zimmerman; Akron
man and crack punter, and Johnnie
McBride are his sidekicks and make
an ideal combination. Zimmerman
can punt consistently fifty-five ' -and
sixty yards and can circle the ends
like a rabbit. McBride does the steam
roller stuff through the line and the
drop kick. His field goal beat Pitt.
Foley, at quarter, and Ackley and
Trott, good all-around men, give Mee-
han a great backfield.
At this writing Syracuse faces Col-

gate Nov. 17, and then Nebraska
If the Syracuse team gets away
that layout who will have then
to rank it second to any other
ft east?
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I Takings advantage of, the br
Coach Mather's yearling footba
handed a 14-0 beating to the ReS
in a spirited scrimmage yesterda
ternoon at Ferry field..
Day, Reserve field general, p
his usual fine. game running his1
in splendid fashion in spite of
defeat. Two of the Reserve va
linemen were out of the lineup,
places being filled by twos new
who have just come out for
Blahnik, former all-frosh and
sity lineman, is now playing
iContinued on Page lWight)

POSSSS SRENSH ~Despite Handicapl
AlButOneP l GainedE One of the many incidents In
perlence it )ntereollegiate university athletics which do not
comipetition iappear in print occurred in the
mM. A. C.-Michigan cross country I
SI~l ER AIIEI TI;I meet, which was copp .d by the
' SESON' OPEING Wolverines.
REFORJ SBASO'S OPENING Roy Collahan,\one of Stove
Farrell's sophomores, gave a
With Iowa conquered, student inter- jgreat exhibition of sheer nerve,
est now' centers in this Saturday's1 the like of which has not been
contest with the Quantico Marines, a ,shortn at Michigan in same time.
game absoluely unique in Michigan's Due to a deviated septum, Cal-t
football history. This game pronises lahan started the race with a
ad terriflic headache. About two
to be one of the most interesting and merom tch at t o
h, colorful spectacles ever staged on For- t miles from the start, the nose
ry field. Itrouble became so ats as to
The Marine schedule thus far offers render him nearly totally blind.
little basis for a comparison of Two of his teammates piloted
strength with Michigan, the two teams.him over the road until he could
Isepartially. Callahan refused
not having a -common opponent. fHow-- seedpt.of thacrlsy
ever, the fact that the Marines have to drop out of the race, or lay
a strong eleven was shown in their back, but sprinted with the men
game with Georgetown university,| until niade to slow up by main
Sforce The litile sophomore camhe
when the Quantico Devildogs gained for-ceTentl sphoor candl-
practically the same number of. scores ir.n seventh, in spite of his handi-
and yards against Georgetown as cap:
Princeton had the week before. So---
far this -season the Marines have won
three games and lost one. The DevilE-
dogs beat Georgetown 14-, they \t.ere I TY IV [ 1
on the long end of a 40-0 scre against.
George Washington university, while ni llllTltnirni
last Saturdaythey walloped Villanova R uiiv IU,, 4J-1fl1 bIL
.39-0. Besides these decisive victories
they suffered a 6-0 defeat early in the
season, #t the hands of Virginia Mil- Under the watchful eye of Coach
itary institute. Ray Fisher, the freshman basketball
Bob Roper, Princeton coach, spent candidates have started practice at
two weeks training the Marine team Waterman Gymnasium.
before the practice season opened at Last night the men worked out for
Princeton, and all through the seas- the second time,. showing consider-
on has been running periodically down I able "pepper", and very good basket-
to Quantico to give the Devildogs ball. Practice consisted of a series
more instruction. The regular Marine! of seven-minute scrimmages designed
coach, Lt. Johuny Beckett, also plays to bring out the best prospects. As
Be. left tackle on the team. Beckett was Coach Fisher plins to make a cut in
formerly with the Oregod Aggies, an, the squad at the end of the Week, the
All-American tackle in 1915, and play- yearlings were putting their best in-
ed With the Marines in France where 1 to the play. The squad now. num-
Nov. they were runners up in the.A. l. F., 1bers about 8-5 men; which is too large
and is now rounding out his eleventh an aggregation for the coaches to
with year of fast football. work with conveniently. As there are
nerve Kyle, Devildog left end, is probably a number of excellent basketball pros-
out- the only man in the Matine lineup pects now working out with the fresh-
without the advantage of several years, m...pan tballquad,, who wilreport at
experience. This is' his first soason the close of the gridiron season, Coach
of bigtime football. Playing next to Fisher is anxious to get his list down
i hii is coach Johnny Beckett. Mc- to, a mini itin, so that he will be
Henry plays left-guard. Bailey, 1922 ready to start real work when the
VeCs University of Maryland center, holds late -arrivals are teady to doff the
down the pivot job. At right guard is moleskins.
-eaks, Cercek, a Marine product. Liversedge, There are many yearling basketball-
allers 200 pound tackle, is a former Univer- ers who ate backed up by good high
sity of California man, and. America's school reputations, and many other
erves best shot putter in 1917. Lt. E. E. men who have the earmarks of court
.y af- Larson, Marine captain, All-American stars, but are lacking in experience.
center while playing with the Navy, Competition for berths on the fresh-
layed will play right end. i man squad is bound to be keen, and
team Frank Goettge is the mainspring of with the cut, scheduled for the end of
f the the Marines offense. Declared in 1922 the week, the mentors will have a
arsity by Walter Camp, Bob Folwell, and group of potential stars with whom to
their Bob Roper to be one of the greatest work.
men fullbacks in the country. Goettge has
the been shifted to quarterback and play- Mexico City, Nov. 6.-Jose L. Lugo,
ed in that position against.;Villgnova governor of the;northern district of
Var- "last Saturday. Goettge is Quantico's lower C ifornia, has been named min-
with best man, being able to punt, pass, and ister to Cuban Gen. Abelardo Godrig-
(Continued on Page Eight) uez succeeds him as governor.

Marines Highly Touted
The team which Michigan will face?
this week-end promises to give the
Wolverines considerable opposition
with he possible choice of winning
this game and losing the rest pr win-.
ning over Wisconsin and Minnesota
at- the expense of a win this week.
However it is likely that the team
to-face the highly touted Marines will
be the same aggregation that lined up
against Iowa last Saturday and the
soldiers will be forced to the -limit
to break the Wolverine string of vic-
One of the greatest things in favor
of the Marine aggregation is the lack
of restriction upon the players. Any
nembey of the Marine corps who has
the ability is eligible for participation
in athletics and the material from+
which the team is selected is of the
highest calibre. Several former col-
lege stars who wrote their names in
the football book of fame years ago


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