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es Send Squad Through light
Drill Followed by Scrim-
LRD GAME EXPECTED
PUPL TELAM 15
Mathews and Seidel, Regular f.#nds,
Are Placed on Hospital '
BAKER CHIEF THREAT
Former Buckeye I
Star Steps OffUIG
Columbus, Ohio, Nov. 4. - Hoge
Workman, former star football player!
on the Ohio State squad, was married'
here late yesterday to Miss Mary L.' Squd
Zoller, of Zanesville, a junior at Ohio
State university. The couple went to
Cleveland where Workman is playing
Doubles Title To
Be Decided Today
Leighton Stephens, '27, arid Roberts
Larson, '27 will meet Joseph Lang-
horne, '28, and E. Sorrells in the
finals of the all-campus fall tennis
tournament this afternoon. Lang-
Copenhagen, Nov. 4.--Kai Nielson,
noted Dutch sculptor, long a suffer-
er from cancer, is dead. His last
work, which he directed from a sick
bed, was a monument to the memory
of Danish seamen who were victims
of C erman submarines.
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Starts to Take Form
Four Weekly Drills on
horme and his teammate won their
way to the finals contesting in only
UT IS MADE IN LIST
who led the
Michigan's Varsity went through a
ht individual workout followed byscg
short secret scrimmage with the
reshmen yesterday afternoon in
eparation for the game with North-
estern this Saturday.I
The defense for the Purple is be-
g pointed toward Ralph Baker, ver-
,tile halfback who has been a con-n
stent gainer for the Evanston team
every game so far this season. He
tes as one of the best backs in the
est this year and if the Wolverines
e to beat down Thistlewaite's eleven
ey must stop him. Although the;
arple team has been beaten by Pur-!
te this year, its victory" over the
oosiers last week, its first Confer-
ce win in two years, has given it ~
estige and a hope of holding the
iize and Blue.
The Northwestern team will have a1
eat advantage in Saturday's game -
reason of the fact that Uteritz and
inne, both former Michigan stars,u
e doing a great deal of the coaching
r them. Uteritz has scouted every
.me that Michigan has played this Harold 0. Steele
ar and knows every formation that Michigan's stellar guard, who play-
chigan has used in years. He was ed one of the greatest games of his
e of the headiest quarterbacks who career Saturday against Minnesota.
or donned a Michigan uniform by This is Steele's third and last year
ach Yost's own statement and his of Varsity competition. He has been
ility as a player himself is blound one of the Wolverine mainstays on
have something to do with the per- the line since he first started play-
rmance of his proteges Saturday. ing.
Although it is not certain that they
il be started in the game Captain
eger, Friedman, and Babcock will ST-MARK OF 17 DROP
ready if there is any need to use T MARK OF 17NGLE T
em. Babcock, who hurt his hand in KICKSI INVLE TILT
eMinnesota game, has ihad s"pot"eetrcapanaflh
ention and will be able to play,i Frosty"Peters,'captai of the
hough he will probably be saved M ontana State college freshmen,
Ohio State the following week. set what is claimed to be a
eger is also likely to be kept out world's record for drop kicks
the game but Friedman isexpecte dI when he sent 17 boots through
start at the right half position. the crossbars against Billings
Polytechnic Saturday. The for- '
Minneapolis, Minn., Nov. 4.-"Cap-- mer record was held by Griggs,
n Applejack," Walter Hackett's of Exeter, Cal., who scored 15
,ee-act comedy which was also pro- goals in a game in 1915. The col-
ced at the University of Michi--n Il srate mark is seven, held by
t year, is to be presentd here Nov. Rr
and 22. I _________
1 Witfoonld threeamore games left
(Special to The Daily) Purple attack against the Hoosiers With only three more games left
Evanston, Ill., Nov. 4.-Coach This- will be counted upon to perform in to be played on the football schedule,
tlewaite's Purple grid performers paid similar fashion against the Wolver- I Michigan sport fans are looking for-
dearly for their Conference win over ines. Baker's brilliant kicking and s
Indiana here last Saturday. A count running formed the outstanding fac- sport on the sport calendar for the
of noses in the field house Monday af- tor in the Purple's victory over the winter monthsp
ternoon revealed that Barney Math- Hoosiers. The line plunging prowess Michigan basketball supporters will
ews and Wally Seidel, two first string of Capt. Bob Weinecke will also be a witness the first Conference game to
ends, are on the sick and injured list Purple asset in the Michigan game. be played on the home floor in thej
and will probably be unable to get The Purple leader has been ripping Yost field house on Jan. 10 with North-
into the crucial games with the Wol- the opposing lines to shreds through- western. Most of the students will
verines at Ann Arbor next Saturday. out the season and will be set for the miss the first few practice games,
Mathews severely injured his leg game of his career next Saturday. which are scheduled during the Christ-
and is getting about with the aid of Enthused by the victory over di- mas holidays. The first practice tilt I
a cane. He will be unable to don a ana, the Purple student body will will be played on the home court with
uniform for several days and Coach trek eastward in a special train and the Midshipmen of Annapolis on Jan.
Thistlewaite is dubious whether the a squad of automobiles to be on hand
scrappy flankman will be able to per- for the Wolverine engagement. The I Basketball practice has been held!
form Saturday. Seidel is ill in bed contest is the first game away from four nights a week in Waterman gym-I
with an attack of flu. Fritz Bruce, the home field this year. The Ndrth nasium, since Coach Mather issued the
tackle, .received some bad bumps in? western band bedecked in its gaudy
the Hoosier tilt but should be able uniforms will make the trip on the The squad of 50 that answered the
to start against the Yostmen. special and will be present to enter- The sad of 50dthat ased the
call has been reduced to half that
With his regular ends off duty Coach tain the 40,000 spectators who will number, owing to the amount of indi-i
Thistlewaite and staff are faced with crowd the Wolverine stadium. vidual work that Coach Mather is
the problem of rounding two second j compelled to do with this year's
string fiankmen for the Michigan MICHIGAN hAS EDGE ON I squad. Coach Mather has been mak-
game. Herman Hathaway, brother PURPLE IN-PAST GAMES ing numerous cuts of the squad, but
of "Fighting" Jack Hathaway, form- - I only dropping a few men at the end
er Northwestern star, played the final Scores of past Northwestern-Michi- of each week's practice. The squad
quarter of Saturday's game and show- gan' games: jwill raise in number when the candi
ed that he can be depended upon for 1892-Michigan 8 Northwestern 10 dates from the football squad report
able work. "Red" Cole is another end 1893-Michigan 72 Northwestern 6 for practice at the end of this month. I
man who will probably get an oppor- 1898-Michigan 6 Northwestern 5 The next cut, which is to be an:
tunity to show his wares in the forth- 1901--Michgian 29 Northwestern 0 nounced next week, the squad will be
coming struggle. 1917-Michigan 12 Northwestern 21 reduced to 20. The final cut will be
The remainder of the Purple grid 1919-Michigan 16 Northwestern 13 made early in December.
machine came through Saturday's - - In the cut announced Monday night
game in good shape. Ralph Baker, Totals 143 55 the following men were retained: Ar- i
Stephens, who will play Holland in
the semi-finals of the singles coim- I
petition has sh wn unusually good
form during the last few weeks.
Pairing with' Larson, both of whom
hail from Duluth, Minn., the players
have not lost a match in the compe-
tition thus far. Larson went into the
eights in the singles while his team
mate looks good to go, through to the
Although only a freshman, Lang-
horne, dusky court flash has demon-
strated surprising ability. He was
eliminated early in the singles court
play by Stephens.,
Alssi, Baird; Chambors, Dreschler, Dun-
ham, Cherry, Doyle, Ginn, Hall, Hag-
gerty, Hubbard, LeGalley, Landre,
Line, Moss, Hanley, Kressbach, Reas-
on, Roth, Swan, Rasnick, Spafford,
Kuenzel, Wheeler, and Vielmette.
SUPPORT THlE DRIVE
ow C. A.
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is, there the fire goeth out."
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