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FOOTBALL SQUAD PRACTICES BE IWO
CLOSED GATS9i ;'PEPRE F A5

Intramural Items
4 lea oder to supply. the annual de-
I mzandlfor Official Speedball Rules, the
1 iitr,.rhl l aI elarranent has }purchased
100 o pais froniCeo 'ge Moe's Short
sh op f(,r distr:ibui on among the cl ass
and fraternity athlletic managers. They
can be had by calling at the Intramur-
al office any time this week while the
snpply lasts.

VANOY CONFIDENT,
OF VICTORY lHRE
)Ic~ ngi Poilitfs EFxperienced Squa d
For Encoujiter With Wol-
erines
BACKFIELDP APP~EARS ONLY
I1EAMN ESS IN 1hEAY MACIII-NE

May .Be Used In isport S"a, Shots
Backfield Bcrth f? J UJ1U (Hy hiJkt , c'.
g{ ly 1Ift A10I10no rly a r a [. ideness lar-
q r' } yt yv y i, WI hi l id -to g1teI1 tointo
t- 5 ac ion1agai.in ef fo r10t to yi tI th t
'3 i aa( f he still is a worthy conltender f ilt(;
li~ eaywe iht title Ie is going to bt-
d hY * r 1l n

Signal BPill on Calesidtar for ('GYi i43"
Uncerai.

it ;s cexi)ected thlt the work ofcp cetain
mn ath:is wck will decide WflTne'r or"
sot; they may get a chane aga"inst the
Institute teanI..
.T ho P' UO LU )JLJiL1LL rr ~rii.~~;gL~a~ t i

COAhEQ~ACIWILl FOR 3 Ye. unset tled bu.t it is pre ,;+1 that if
TO TAIKE LACE5J6 :SUE C Blott goes to the backfiel is placc
on the line will be taken by Birown.
Secret practice inauguratedowth e I'elatter wh o, is 'pending his first
opening of the third week of l ractice ;ciison on, the squad has been working;
for the Wolverine football squad, the out as ;in understudy to the Varsity
win~fter for the past two weekos and
Inen going through1 a stiff worhts )iiiIi~)1ars ito have;' the. re fuir' ellets for
'lIyesterday afternoon on Ferry field be- a capable >> ot ma-n.
Iiina closed gates. l'Yies ('knh 11131.
While no one was allowed to wvatch T Ihe two itA le1 Jobs are both al-
the drill it is understood that mnostof ed ieo~,itsescranb
the two veteran;,, Mu1irheadl and Van
the w'ork wlas upon cer~tin la hys:; r,, M , ,. ,s lain h
which it is -epected that Ca:se will tae j third year of° Conference football
in the opening, gamie of the season I vwlie Van,.Dervoort played reo.:0 u'h
Satuday ftenoon { Ipla s lat rear unt l forced to luit i~ecalse
on Saturdiy ary inotile Ohio State game
were also given the men during the I 'Phr1ee mnen 100111 Lip for the tw.v
secre worout.flank positions, Neisch, Curran and
Work for Caser Marion. Nei+seli at the present tine is
With the first gamne of the year so;, someowlat handicapped by an injured
near the coaches are driving thde umen shoulder and may not be0 in condition
hard in an effort to bring the team to start Saturyday. It able to play
into fair shape to oppose the Institute 'it is expected that lie will be in the
eleven. Signal drill will ble elmpha - game at least for a short time wvitli
sizedithis week and it is probable thatt either Curran or Marion (,s a running:
scrimmage will be the order of the mrate.,
day for the next pair of workouts. In the backfield there is plenty of
The recent cut in the squad has re- nmaterial "to back up Captain Ksik
eluced the strengthlt~f the Valrsity and TUteritz With the exception of' a
squad somewhat. At the presenit 0-.111 1full back. If]3iot t is used on the line
there are 39 men making up the li ,: I T?ed" Miller. will take care of thil,
of candidates of which 14 are bask- lFatter position. miller has boen useec d
field men, five taking care of the -win1giii the 1)aekfield consistently since the
positions, while the relnainoler of the start of practice and is the mlost lik~e-
squad is conmposed ilo linemen. ly candidate for th.e job.
Just~ what sort of a linecup will be 1c°,#sdi Id eni Namurou'-."
used by the Maize and Blue in thle With l teritz, l-islke andl Steger tii
contcest against the Cleveland aggre- rounds out the backfield hut there are
gation is- still a matter of conjecture. several other coonf who are bound to:
The coaching staff is faced with the get int(o the gamie before tihe final
great p~roblemU of finding somieone who whistle. It is possible that Kipke and
can fill the job fullback Iina satIcsfasuc- Steger mray not b)e nse d at all in urder
Cory manger and~ until this job) is ta~x-- to give the othler men a Chance to get
en care of the men may be shift e:? a taste of real college football before
around in almost any way in can effort thle harder gamnes on the schedule
to find a successor to Cappen. arrive. Among those -who have been
UTSe BI ott ll F i~i c c showvinigifup well in scrimmnage are
Jackz Blott is the la~ctesmian. to be I-Telrmstein, Parker, Grube, Vic pond
used at tis position but wh1et;ier lhe Aitiersihoon. Thle conmbnation. of \Vlek
will be given ,the< job in. the ?game S:zt~ to Pa;:rker w;as respllsile for se er 0
urday dlepends Utpon what ciillty 1he long aerial gains in the soriinage last
showVs this xweek 'in1 hitting t the lin:e., Saturday while Parker h1as an: uncan--
It seems probab~le;, however, that niy ability J")r drop kicking wl ieh will
Slott may be .kept at his regular job be taken advantage of. All of those
at center in ciorder to steady the 3111(1- Men will pro!bably get into tale g ,ne
dieP of the line which will have two on tiurday and it Is sible51)0tzat
ile :pc einced gui2ards in its iuakeu. " Ild Rockwell may get a chance to
Just wh at :mleni will m,,ke up the )lowv his ware in itcc ok Uteritz
line has not yet been made public and at Ouaftei- befor tile close of thle tilt.
" -- ~O the lne there are a numb1Ier of'
men who wilY l'ldoubtedlly <;et into
EFIH l IPlflI the fracas as sublstitutes amnong which
Fi~H DAD Fzre Amos, I'abcock, Donnelly, Doyle,

j'mrket and contain the revisions
;e which were j adie th7is summer by In-

1ti! oraIl ~ '1 Ize~r E2I~ilsner . Nlltciell.1 (Special to Tile Daily)
Beiesterue cil ,ediga NsvilTenOct. l.-X Iith the
of the otlicial playing field has beenn.
yincluded and will aid niany of the season's most important tame with Itasi lnigtermtoso e ihgnbtaltl oeta w
team inillanin ther mthos ofde-Michganbuta litlemoretha tw
r ; enise arid offense for the gaines this! weeks off, Coach Me~lGugin has the
fall !a~n-ro et' Vanderbilt team hard attesr i-K~
-ceivedi by the invenltor of the game mzage grind an(d is confident that, tin-
v cover the inside pages =of the outside less Brother-in-law Yost can ,how himt;^ a
t Y- covering , anzd give a very good idea of somlethinig superior to that displayed !s
s { the: scope and p-opularity of the game last season, his more experienced, out-
I t tie presn ie fit this year will be able to spring an
_____ even greater surprise than that of last;
0IAll Int anural assistant managers y eaer whenth Wolveiewa edto
a soreesstieatthe etime of tile
and tryou.ts should be at the office at'I
o' ocloc tody a a metin wil bededication of the first concrete stall-
3£ o'cocmtdaianaDeeinxie. b
held att which tile full plans for the ,ni n ixe
,I has been improved during the last few
fa will be vnoutlinthe nowAssignets Th gnra otlokfr'hiya
ilbegenottthsnowokn days as the result 'of the return of
fo5 ( loltflns Center Sharpe and Guard Kelly, both,,3
e important cogs in last year's unde-
iI'There is still a lack of tryouts for feated team: Sharpe is one of the ; Jack iht."
Intraznlural manager and class athletic steadiest andl most effective men in .ekBot eea icln
niagers positions. Information can passinig seen in 'tile South for many pl;ay'ed i the cont er posh°ion hraugl--
i~Ibe adby allngat he ntamualyears and his defensive ability assures oat the entre season last y eris ly>
S;o~fice on thie second floor. ofd;Watermlan I. . ,A
that this part of the line will be, ing e~ven a ceiauce );, theo'oiibo05 lo
aI jgymnasium,.fetvl teddt.KelIrvd5)Whswrs ntebetcd i1~
a ntrytivelaattefor ttheelAll-cam pus s owone wofrtheinbest gcltfar(1 ' one othehSouth uaquestithnSooth w ho so on f0 lio isto fill)l11 l o aa
I± itzy ban1 fortheAlicamuslast year, his work in the Michigan i ulb lhck left v acanit by the grai tdm -
Ij tennis tournament, singles and doub- game being duplicated in each subso- tion of C, ppon hias becil -VV r ryizlf"' the
los, and the fraternity and class quent contest. coaches for somzctimie and the ctr anm-
spbeedball leagues will closo promptlyI The proper placement of his back(- fer of J!Mott from thie line~ is a possible
at '5 o'clock, Thursday afternoon, field material is the chief problem, solution.
Schedules will be made out over theI confronting Coach McGugin at this __________
weeddd\il)0anucdlltime." With Captain Neely missing at - -' ;
inext Sunday's issue of The Daily. half and the necessity of developing ( FOOTBAl1M, sA(CEIi "I !
1Ia punter to replace Nleil, also gone for ARE OPE rh TRQ1W
I !Much interest has been manifested1 good, indications are that Melers, a
jin the tenll tournamenut whlich will light but swift back who improved Shmoe wolii. oty
.be held this fall. The entries already I fast during the latter part of 1922, willI out for' assistanit football mzan-
I eqlual thos-e that hlad b~een received 1 serve as companion hialf to Reese,( age.sIips are rcequested to rmc-
vhen the blanks closed last year and while Ryan, who was not in the gamle I port to the Perryv fiehl club!-
wit'1r a few (lays left in which to re- last year, will be tried for the punting house early this t4 r'1nI±rosin
ccive some more the list may be job. Ryan also is effective in line the tryouts four asi mn lanl-
doubled. On the other hand interest plunging andl in forward passing. Ialters will be )aIapointed in fDe-
t n sneedbail seems to Ile lagging, and Two contests are scheduled b~efore IH cember and the in anager W ili be
only 20 fraternities- have signed imp for the big Ann Arbor conflict and theseI selected frozmnig tihe assist-
it 'leagues atndi only three class teams are expbected "to furnish the right de- i alit mnilirs thel oiol~z er
hav been organis.ed. gree -of practice to make the team as __________________
- fit as 'possible for an early October -- -
All freshmnen shiould attenid tile pep !! ig ganme. These are with the fresh- 11i ~ vwili ollide at Iv~tersectioll
):eceting tomzorrow nigiht at the Union. I m1an squad Saturday and Howard C'ol- j atmoieolie t h n
Th"le Jntramunral system of athletics as loge at Birminghamj, OAla., the follow- tri~to).O irl n d zuiri tte treeut
c ir' e el out at Mic higan will be ex- ing ~C)-~d h rsmng~i
;tiredto sr Te fesmani s I 1yesterday aftei-noon result iginl tile
pllai ed and the systemn whereby thleIexpected to.suply the mlore vigorous tie(Usiol11
mtanag ers are selected each year w~ill I work-out than the small collegeo game to ag cluld. ri~ie dca's w ofd theintwo
be explainled comipletely. I for the first year squad tils fall' con- cars, were 1\. Smith, '25, atIld :ichalohur
_____ tains tile most promising new material L. Colangels, '26: Alvin Little andiolJ.
j 'n increasing " numwlber of mhin -are -sbeen. locally since McGugin- caine Ahoe h hlwoss e
reporting; for freshman cr-oss-country South from Ann Arbor twenty years a cutonIls Thechild waosustdinedi
pr (tice, which is being carriedl on t 'iec car with Ashmore and Little.
i goner the ire Lction of'f~:wcSullivan. Ru~~--Bul--Nve-A--aa
\hore thtan 50 pronisi'ngathletes 9are rIjvaSAAin, MunchriaOct. 1Ail---(By A
("porting dailyad there will be stiff H3 4-nn p u a
( I'elll ad ii i fu .)-An airplane *with 'adjustable 4EE
racs wich~ -ll e eldin ovci'hr1wings, enabling the pilot to alter his
: l-ornhbcrr er, former AnnAbo j lhspeed- mlatofially during flight, has just ff
1 ,,f-r, is zo'ongtheemo t been given a series of tests here with
pi o i amng 1len.ot P 1highly satisfactory results. The in- WA~iTH[ l'i .1:WLMNG.
wh-vlo are doing their stuff each day.
jventor, J. J. Dill, a Russian engineer, IO ^--
iilte7biaiksforthe - Ibelieves his dlevice will 'correct a long;
frat- recognized defect in the 5science of I
ci-oss-coiintry. race w hich zwill beld;:.
air navigahion. 'j____
within the next seven weeks have be i ___________________ ____________
postedon ~ the bulletin board ^'at tine
office.

S~hi \YL.PP aI'lT ills allowedl a groat deal of hlh
-t )ire aay when lie decided niot tto ,ii
(i° lia than Scuan :.;~t~s nor the j r~ the riug -until lie climbed 'thlluh
..:'0 li11Li f :.ba?,squ1 half tthe e13cropes to battle Dempsey. ietun
t 1 ~LX tli I .hJ ' attE ,l",7n-- ed dowTi an offer of $10,000 to boxr,
illig of tlhe cenI, ok a hard wevrkC George Glodfrey at tile Milk Fund show
j )ht undet e Lj h i e~t(ofCh Mii'tl- I this spr,ig. T hat was a dtcidedly ifool:-
E int . i-i .( )ild yesterday a-.tel 11001. ish zmonie, for it caused ringfollower-
i.;c tease oI the secret practice of to think ha, li~te was afraid of Godfrey,
I the \ arsiity an uisually large Crowd who tiri-,ed out to b)e a false aularm .
vGAtc hed the I':,-resl",ilnen mhanloon vres. A match betw~een Wills and Tom
Sco; a ;~ge began, w ith six te.':is; Gibbons would be a great aittraction
sC1il-!lnligili in i lffr-lilt sections, of ills is overrated' and 'ti hat'liehas'
ikew field. (X ach Miiatlher bases a gcreat just not)W. Many Ipersonls believe that
(11 ".t 0C is jucginont of a m):an on the gon~ehacli. A maitch with the clever
iGibbons would prove just iow good or
aai~ eliii ionsin te s,,tud ma be 0ba1VWills is at the ipresent tiuile.
aIt islimioagioimetsenuedWmay
ex)ec ted 51)ofl.. a r'eal fighlter. Years have pas ,:(,l sinc
'1 1e fundaiuei'tahs of bilocking, he r'ec(,tetid a test. If he' is o'aipable of..
toe1 uand h andlinlg the b)ail were breaking through the St. Paul )niaii'
ih,; ;It upon a,:d after the suiinanaig e defenhses it will be taken as proof tha.t
a few 111ii tes of calisthenics wounlihe now,,s more about- the fighting.
up the day' s prac-tice. game than h )enlpsey, who made a dis-

y owvles, IVor rison, afid, Flora" of
~u segol. fhblli Stuart, formerly or
1.1i1 College, and Ron~ald Pinch, of
cltofktO'dh, arid hater of Gr1and Rapids
Si<itl I ieloeol good 1in the llric -
tic e. Uei un Ilertig were pointed
' ut'y Coach Mather as promnisingf
11ter"er, nd ve'o,ien :>pcial ll rac-
tico' i 1booting the ball.
" lke'cosh11squa1 will start scrm-
11ila <_;ug lihevarisit y wAithin several
dlay , Coach Tdathier :innounwed today.
Aang =iElf ents «are also beling nma,] e
for a t ew pre lminary tilts with the4
lRes(erves as soon as necessary cute;
are 'i1'(Ie in the person nel of the year--
?h3ins (1.t1t.

'Inal fa ilure of Ilis attempit to flatten the
ight lieavyirei-ht.
Gibbons has done no fighting since
his battle wvith Dempsey last July.,11ce
gained a world° of prestige as a retsuJl
of that affair, but of late rinig follow-;
ers have beconle so interested in LI~tii
F~irpo that they have forgotten all,
about Gibbons. Toni evidently was
f o i h w e li n e l c e to n a c'capital out of th e fam e th at c aoni to :-
h iini at Shelby.
Gibbons and Wills hiave, both ma1,1oe
the same mistake. Ring famne is de-t
cidedly fleeting andl the boxer who re-
mlains idle will soon be for gotten. It,
i5 -probable that Gibbo ns iw.as p romi?-,
(led a return match with Demipsey andi-_
was told not to do' anything in the"
1 .1nesli Ime as a poor show ing wouzld do.-
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BOXIU 4CLASSES
Coach- Sullivan ha~s opene d
classes in boxing in 'Wvat,-r;,an
gyiiausiumi. All nien who waunt
boxing instruction reluort to r&eI
Sullivan, 'Waterman gynina smim.

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SQUAD TO_ MEET VARSITY
PIAN TO HATE S TN 7.Ju1Ti'?l W-
TW E1N TWO ri i' 74_ :1-
INFSI)AY
WCith four ifill teamis under 10:s tut-
elege Coach F ishe!r of t11o Rileserve
foobtall squad is lprelariilg his men
for their first sc-riluniag agao ' ;thie
Varsity which will probab ly be hiel
Wedmesday afternoon at Ferr-y field,
Although rather light,, Fishier's mea~tn
are fast and it is exp~ected that thieir
speed will counter-balance their lack
of weight. With more than 45 men to
pick from Coach F i her feels that his
footballers will miake a good show-
ing against tihe Varsity squad.
The Reserves7nave heel)-rceenforc- !
ed by several muon who have recenttly
been dropped from the Vrs ity squad.
Yesterday's 'work-out (coyisi't(d of sig .
nal drill, forward pass formations.
charging and kick ing. WVithi four
teams engaged ini the practice, pros-
pects for a good Reserve team are
bright.
To START OCOBE1
STUDENTS B1VPURA1:N $ ATO-
Gymnasium work will begin October
15 all freshmen in the College of Liter-!
ature, Science and the Arts, the Col-
lege of Engineering and Architecture,
and the School of Pharmacy, it was
announced yesterday by Dr. George A.
May, director of Waterman gymnas-
ium.
Until that time it is expected that
allI freshmen will attend the required!
health lectuies in the NKatural Sciene
Auditoriltf which are given by D~r.
Warrten E. Forsythe, director of the
University Hlealth service.
Only those mien will be excused from
gymnasium work, who have physical
defects or are at the present time i
porting regularly for football or cross'i
country work.
After the gym work starts those de-
uiring to take boxing or wrestling may'
volw rf fn f~~~~--nf-------- nln-- ' i~

1'vote and Swvan.

ILUROflISTA!'CE REER;!l
Romre, Oct. 2.--(By A. P.)--The rec-
ord for - long di tan ceesim g
claimed hbv-the Roman swiinmr Ar
mian do)Savn 11:)0 I, 011eof tbe \vvat r1
fanis of the Tiber. t annibaie s ""a. i a
oistance of 100 kilometersrocly
ad con tends that: such a feat consti-
tuItes a, r'eord. The (list ain o-e ISI
rouighly 60)milies, and rani on the Ti-
wi's 15 hours.
His acconmplhi-mlnt seems 1)1e011-
am ena, hut it szhould 1)0 reimmberedl
f hat the 'lecr isi a ve-ry swiftly fling
rfver, the cu-: eat mnlovil-ga, t the rate
oaf two or thiree in 1 los an i hour.

Adeplh To Mei('t Tonight
Adeiplii deating society will hold l
it first meeting of the year at 7:30
o'clock: tonighit in thle Adephi r'oom onl
Uhe f ourth. floor of University hiall."
P"he, progranMvwill con'sist 'of a nzm-
t ,er of iniproniptia speeches. Visitors1
ai-e w l c inme.

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