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THE MICHIGAN DAILY.

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Dojihbof a': , r al 1nst Twre Weeks;
Team, Go ihougl 1irst Signal
Iftill
49 PLATYERS REMAIN
First indication- o, just wha. men
are being closely watched by the Var-'
sity football coaches 'was given yes-
tertlay afternon when the initial cut
of the seasn was announCed, 49 men!
being retaine(l on the Varsity squad.
According to his doctor Vic Dom-1
hoff, potential candidate for the quar-I
ter back berth, who twisted his knee
in Monday's practice, will be lost to
the squad for at least two weeks.
First steps towards the molding of!
an eleven that will take the field in
the .opening contest one week from
Saturday were started yesterday. The
players were divided into their regu-
lar playing positions and then given
a lengthy drill in individual work.
Following the Indiyidual instruction,
the first assortment of plays was giv-
en to the squad.
Secret practice was ordered for yes-
terday as the spectators have been en-
croaching upon the fields used by the
squad and have thus hampered the
work of the coaches. As it is not the
policy of Coach Yost to hpld secret
practices, spectators will be permitted
to watch the afternoon workouts, but
it is hoped that all persons will stay
'in the bleachers.
The centers who survived the initial
cut are Capt. Bob Brown, Thisted,
Coventry, and Schoenfeldt while the
guards .remaining include Hawkins,
Dewey, Baer, Levi, Johnson, McIn-
tyre, Palmeroli and H. Weber. The
tackles include Edwards, Babcock,
Grinnell, Gabel, and Qade.
Besides Flora and Crube, last year's
regular ends, there remain Koplin,
Moore, Nickerson, Oosterbaab, Palm-
er, Welling, and Witherspoon. With
Domhoff on the injured list, Friedman,
S. Babcock, hoffman, Miller, Puckle-
wartz and Skidmore remain as quart-
erbacks. In the large array of half-
backs are Fuller, Garber, Gilbert,
Gregory, -Ierrnstein, Heston, Kelly,
Lange, and Parker.
The fullbacks still fighting for the
Varsity job include Cowell, Lovette,
Lounsberry, Molenda, Rankin, Stain-
man, and W. Webber.
Read the Classified Page-it pays.

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CR{OSS C(OUNTRY MEET
ILL BE hLEL1D HE

For the second year in succes-
sion the Western Conference
clhampionship cr o ss-:country
meet will be held iii Ann Arbor,
on the 21st .of November..
WTisconsin also bid for the
met but.their dat4 was Ndven-
her 14 and sice this conflicted-
with some dual meets it was de-
cided to hold the meet here rath-
er than have many of the schools
I rearrange their schedules.

hd' LeEAGs ilUhyi PENAr'T
S tle MAPLar'ie Crowd of
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DETROIT WINS AGAINt

MICHIGAN'S 1922 FOOTBALL TEAM
HOLDS UNIQUE GRIDIRON RECORD

Mlichiga n's 1922 championship foot-c
ball tean has probably one of the
most unique records listed in the grid
annuals of Ithe country.
Tiree members ofthat aggregation-
were selec(ted as members of Wa'lteri
Camp's mythical al-American foot-
,-all team, one was given a place on
the second team, and another 'receiv-

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RESHMAN OHIO SQUAD
SMALLESTIN 7 YEARS
Sixty-five freshmen football cand-
dates have reported to Coach Mather
thus far, this being the smallest
squad to turn out for freshman foot-
ball in the seven years that the Skip-
per has handled the yearlings. Equip-
ment is still being given out daily at
the field house, from 9 to 12 and from'
2 to'3 o'clock. All first year men who
intend to come out should report to
Coach Mather at 3 o'clock iii the Af-
At present the squad is being put
through the rudiments of the game
but they will gradually he taught the
finer points. Blocking and punting
featured yesterdays practice. In a
week or ten days the .squad will start
scrimmaging the Varsity and the re-
serves.
As yet but few men have turned
out for the reserve squad, but more
and more are reporting every day. By.
the end of the week Coach Fisher
expects to start his men scrimmaging
with the freshman and varsity squads.
Coach Fisher urges as many men
as possible to try ut for the reserve
scuad as it offers a good chance for
them to win their numerals. Equip-
mcnt is being issued from 2 to 3
o'clock at the field house and candi-
dates should rep'ort to the- coach at
3 o'clock in the afterhoon.

ed a nosition on the third team.
Pittsburgh', Pa.; Sept.' 23. - Pitts- Kiphe, -l3ott, and Slaiughter, were
burgh clinched the National League j chosen as members of the first team.
pennant here today by defeating Phil- Bernie Kirk was selected in 1922 for
adelphia, 2 to 1, in a closely con- a flank rosition on the second team,
tested game. Yde worked in the box while Uteritz earned a berth on the
for the Pirates with Gooch on tho re- third team of the 1923 selection.
ceiving end, while Willoughby and Nine members of that championship
Henline made up the Philadelphlia aggregation are coaching in various
battery. parts of the country. Four players,
Philadelphia threatened in the K Iipke, Blott, Cappon, and Steele, are
ninth when they scored their onlyI now assisting Coach Yost in the shap-
run, but Yde got them safely out of ing of the 1925 Michigan tean
the 'way without further scoring amid Slaughter, Michigan's 1924 all-Am-
shouts of approval from thousands of crican, is assisting Coach George Lit-
'Pirate fans.
Score by innings: Batteries-Brown and Taylor; Coop-
Philadelphia 000 000 001-1 er and Hartnett.
Pittsburgh,. 100 000 100-21 First game.
Boston, Sept. 23. - Detroit took! Boston 010 210 011-6
their third straight game from Bostonj Cincinnati 000 000 100-1
today, by a 15 to 1 score, Stoner Batteries-Cooney and Gibson; Mays
hurled for Detroit, while Ernhke, and Ilargrove.
Fuhr, Adams, and Carlyle attempted ISecohd game.

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tle at the University of Wisconsin this
fall. Uteritz, who coached the back-
field men at Northwestern a year ago,C
is also assisting Little at Madison.
Steger, captain of last year's team,
has signed with Glenn Thistlethwaite
to fill Uteritz's place on the Purple
staff.
Van Orden, who was used as a
substitute guard in 1922, is now coach-
ing at Detroit Cass Tech. Before re-
porting to Cass Tech he had two
years coaching experienc at Flint
high. Vandervort, giant tackle, is
now coaching at Venice high, near
Los Angeles, Calif. Goebel and Ros-
atti entered the' ranks of profession-
al football after graduation, but have
not taken up coaching work.
Keefer, a half back of the '22 team,
played sensational ball with Brown
university last year and is slated to
bear the brunt of the Brown attack
this fall.

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AFTER OPENING ROUND
Ralph Cole, 28, led the qualificrs in
the fall golf tournament i. yeter-
day's round with a 74 on the links ofj
the Ann Aibor Golf club. Seven other
entrants broke 80 the frst day and
have an excellent chance to quaity.
Second and third rAunds will ho
played today and tomorrow toi make
the total 36 holes for the all-campus
tournament. Entries will be received
at the tee until 2 o'clock today. En-
tries will close at that time.
The following men will report at
the starting tee between 1 and 2 o'-
clock today:
Tones, Cherry, Curl, Barbour, Gaff-
man, Rosenstein, Waterbury, Bauch,
Cole, Connor, Newman, Brown, Hall,
Burkhardt, Bybee, Wetherbee, Kline,
Harrigan, Croul, Kelly, Johnson,
Duckwell, Tuttle, Weil, Gooiseed.
Werner, Evely, Weitzel, Vyse, Bump-
us, Parker, Krave, Powers, Reid .
Kline, Whittlisey, Height, Nunnely',I
Kirkpatrick, Gaines, Leonard, Mung-
er, Fidley, Rhodes, Gross, Begg and
Dales.I

All those interested in officiating
at speed-ball games call C. C. Osbornb
at 8085 after 6:30 o'clock.

Columbus, Ohio, Sept. 23. - Paul
Goebel, former star end and captain
of the 1922 Wolverine football team,
has signed to play with the Colum-
bus Tigers of the professional foot-
ball league again this season.
Tokio, Sept. 23.-The University of
Chicago baseball team defeated the
Waseda university nine today 2 to 0.
The attendance was estimated at 20,
000. e f
Owen CarrolA, ; former Holy Cross
huirler, won his first big league
game Tuesday when he hurled the
Tigers to a 7 to 2 victory over the Red
Sox at Boston.

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Tennis Entries
:due Immediately

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Ralph Baker, Star Northwestevrf
back hurt his ankle during practice j
Tuesday and may not play against'
South Dakota a week from Satur-
day.

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All that style and quality
demands is embodied in
the custom tailoring of A.
C. Barth. When you think
of purchasing a new Fail
suit be sure that you look
at the woolens that are
displayed in our tailor
shop.

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