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W'AGE SIX

TI-l rNMICIGAN DILY

THURSDAY, NOVEMBE~R 5, 1925

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HOME DRILL, TgODY~

Grid Squad Will L~eave For Chicago
Tovigli#;nTo Staiy At Cooper-
Carleton Hotel
ED WARDS. OUT OF GAME
Coach Yost, yesterday refused to af-
firm qtr deny any of the rumored!
changes, in' the Michigan lineup for
the Northwestern game other than to.
definitely state that Tom Edwards will
not play.
It was also announced that in all,
probability Norman Gable will start
at right guard in place of Sid Dewey
if he continues in his present form in
practice.
Thirty-three players will leave for
Chicago 'at 11 o'clock tonight arriving
there tomnorrow morning. They will be
taken immediately to the Cooper-
Carleton hotel which will serve as
their headquarters while in the Windy
city.r
Tomorrow afternoon, they, will be
given a light workout at Soldier field.
There will be other -changes in the
lineup besides the one announced, but
nothing definite will be dee ded until
the team arrives in Chicago. It is
rumored that there will be one or two
new men in the backfield when the
starting whistle is blown Saturday.
The line was given a heavy work-
out .yesterday as the Purple forwards
are reputed to be one of the strongest
first line combinations that MichiganI
has met this season. Then there wasI
individual blocking, tackling, and
"handling the ball.. Backs other than
Friedman practiced passing, Gilbert
and Fuller were drilled in punting and
kicking off, and finally the whole team
were shown a number of Northwest-
ern plays.
There are still a few tickets for the
game Saturday being sold at the Ad-
ministration building.
PurplWe Eleven I
Has Beatnen
Ystmen Twice
Michigan has been defeated by
Northwestern on the gridiron on two
occasions in the past seven meetings
of the Wolverines and the Wildcats.
The Purple scored its first victory1
over the Maize and Blue team in 1892
when football relations were' first
started between the two institutions.
Michigan lost by a close score of 10
to 8.
The last time Michigan suffered a
defeat at the hands of the Wildcat s
was the year the Wolverines returnedI
to the Conference. In 1917 the Wol-
verines were defeated 21-12.j
Ixast year Michigan stopped "Moon"{
Baker, Purple ace, and won a bril-
liant victory 27 to 0 on"Ferry field.
The scores of the past Michigan-
Northwestern football games :

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The estagan sandsahed o th Howver th thee wsten vet r- M~hian u wd ii ~4gi~Indana
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macy fWfotallainstpayedsinaheoWtetTeAma xeinc 1lvn lylsn b h ls cr f1
saor n inEaarbsats.n fooagrenbneawsln. frna ci i>nr3, It 1eou .Idaa
Toa ehv h olwn esag.v erbln camdecithelAy-eYale -te, es ieoff1 ?est
oflts ofinterecthia gamionttes:gae.sTeulldi'vcyogvhd ben nefdhe ____________vernetems;
day aainstPennoutanby aPennsylvaniak up 16 to lii.n When. !-
Michigai ~i4~ asY agthesokeleeaw a net hamy-
Sridanule11,diianoa st Butn allOthisSats haipedvoutn byetiern 24
Penyvna7 ~icg o2victory of the Nvtem ltilin ovth esern eleven
Army 27, Nt reConfmereOnetopofethisdcmes.thetsnkingmot
TheseeareothedscoresnofBthetaot-thet#me Navy0by Michigan
W restmameso f Ilimo tanMc.NoiMchganadbetesId An a dtisC -ml ,,3 fuh ;
asictorlestnadtthe sre i 63to-tesae.em gintwi,
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FX-IJOUNTRY TEAM
LEAES ONIHIHATHE PRESS OX A7
By Jacques O'G~rad~ylo all wats the concealment of every,
li~a i i~i',To 0 lliito , nd ( 1'liThebrilliant achievements of the i W01itioL"
In Trini~gula i ta oite inclootaisquad liave lbeen!ii Charles1F. (Crowley, head football
"'aifio~day " D(iilti~ h1eralded throughout the land, and co aeh at Columia, writing for ilt
foot :ball experts everywhere are unaln- New York Timeis, ;nI jde. the following
FAt'RRELL NAMES SQUA[D ,,,,imas in the their opinions that th~ejcommlent..
--_;i ch ig an eleven is not only one of the I "w1- lias tFhe g'reat esdttiiii of--
Miichigan's V arsity cross country grret team s of time year, but one of'! t?:,' ye oa . T fie po iw e r and versa- i w l e v Z : 9 o c o k t~ 2 ; , h ' rte1t t X2u 111 S e e i (nf1 e ls ''4 af o
'r trba nao where they will meet Illi- on the collegiate gridiron. Fpi]t o.4'd Milian tenill
IFlo s and i Ohio in a triangular meet! If. G. Sal singer, keen football'critic z aiiist a vury good ;ey elvsen
on2 Sao urday. of the Detroit News, quotes Coachli1 pi.; x (,tht Y o w has o ( 111th
FCoach Farrell and Mal nager Bauick ! wsleyr of the Navy teami as saying, i mtsttmsthtee ore the
Will ,ccomlpany the teani, which will]'"I want to tell you that Micigan "Fize , ,,, 'sce, a;al that, ;<<itted- 1
lbe inade u tp of Captain Callahan,; showed us more football this after-! I., is a acry geilos i'ualia "'
1 ieinike, Hornberger, Briggs, Baker, tnon th an I ever thought was being! A disp at oh ro Annapolis onr on
I tmg Iskendarian, and Thoits.The Iplayed."- ;day stated thatif"N one with the Navy
I eai will go b~y way of Detroit ar- Sal intger goes on to say that, "As football pai.rty.has iytbing to sa y in
r vii, at the Illinois stronghold to-1 -iciigaaa stanids today it is the best wvay of aaii hgnha aWon-
morrocw morning. The afternoon will te ,am in the country. It must be derful teamad ayiOthllste
1 hb spent in walking over the course classed with the great Tale team. of iV~:vy players did >>o.t know it could
in order to lie thoroughly fanmiliar' with . l~l2r and the rein aarkable Notre Damiun be .played. Th'1ere is not an elemeicnt
th~e layout by the time of the race. elevena of 1y12 «" of th- anae in which the Wovr7 ines~
jAfter the race the Michigan squad "Offensively amnd defensively Mich-- failed to show thei r superiori:ty."
will attend the Chicago-Illinois foot-' gan is. finely balanced. 11cr attack! l'r atiiliia P. A Mas ore co~iM4on-
ball game as the guests of the Illini. is versatile anad is switched to take! ly -known, Jaas nF*V.', A, and atiovnal-
Leaving immediately after the game advantage of defense formations. Herj ly famnouas colunist; of thew Newv
the squad will arrive in Ann Arbor defense is versatile, built to defeatI York 1World, closred hI columin
early Sumnday morning, any system of attack employed by her 1 1 essay with theceiaa remark
Coach Farrell has given Captain opponents." ' Ithlat "paety o ihrBur-
Caillahan fthe entire week off to recup- Richards Vidm er, staff correspond-!, :a ?mk iias bre aIz eeud cro s fthe .ichi-"oa e f o h n u i s w i h h e n f t e N w Y r i e ,i c r; g:a lt ^n i h al o p s n
ceived in time M. S. C. meet last Sat- porated the following in his cover of w. ii"
nm-dlay, and it is hoped that he will ; the game. ',Ed Pollock, sports expert of thie
have regained his early season form "ilicligait is noted for her mighty l Philadelphia. Public Ledger staff,
by the time of the triangular meet. machines, bult it never manufactured { wrote the following in his sports col-
Time men who are to make the trip a better co-ordinated or more how- uann of Tuesdeay.
w ere excused from yesterday's prac- erf uil force than the huinm an trac tio ni I "'T he am ythiicail national chaa i- ti e b t w l r p o t a 4: 5 'c ck v i l ru h d h e N y t d y '; iie n i p 'n u fl a on a a eial
today for a pace setting drill in prep- "They mnarched down the field with abu huadmls.It naoiede
I aration for the approaching race. Sat- every manner of attack at their coon- from F arank:tblin hld t o h2oiover
luirday's run should prove one of the. mand and that takes in practically I Anal Arbor, wee.icngns t-
hardest of the season and will servej every manner of attack ever invent- B (red a first-elass 1 Na-y tin,~i&
as0 a conditioning race for the Con-l1ed by football genius. The passing[ "Michigan's goal line rema,<ins urn-
ference mmeet which will be held here was a marvel of co-ordination, the E crossed and the Wolverines ha<.ve
Saturday, Nov. 21 before the Minne- plunging was powerful, the flank1 scored victories over M. S. Cl., W iscn-
sotay game. movements were flashy, but greatest sin, Illinois, Indiana and the Navy."

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RETURNING
I: cV Ch;:ag o)11:50 P. M. Central Time, Nov. 7th
Auir'aJe Ann Arbor 7:15 A. M., November 8th
GPE Ai-i..Y REDUCED -FARE-$8.92 ROUND TRIp
SLETEPING CAR AND COACH~ES
T'Iickets on sale at M. C. Station at all times.
Also at Mich. Union, 3:00 P. M. to 8:00 P. M.

Total......170

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WOODRUFF FILLS,
SLA TER 'S SHOESI
Iowa has at last found a man to
fill the shoes of the mighty "Duke"
Slater, former All-American Hawkey e
tackle. George Woodruff, freshinan
end from Mason City, is the candidate
for the vacancy. Although Woodruff
only weighs 165 pounds, hie wears a
13 1-2 size shoe, the largest pedal ex-j
tremity on the Iowa field since the!,
(lays of the giant negro. I
When Woodruff reported for equip-
rnent, the outfitters were in somewhat
of a quandry. Finally Slater's old
shoes which had lain on the shelf
since the big tackle left college were
dragged out and were found to fit!
Woodruff perfectly.
Little is known about Woodruff's
ability on the gridiron to date, butI
1spectators say that he plays the same I
slashing style of game that madeI
Slater famuous and under Coach Rollie
Williams' tutelage may develop intoI
a valuable end for next year's 'Hawk-
eye grid aggregation.
IOWA CITY, Nov. 3.-The Universi-
ty of Iowa track men began indoor i
Straining today. Charles Brookins,
,world champion hurdler and assistant
coach, will have charge of the men
!until Coach Bresnahan's work with
the cross country team is finished.
NEW YORK, Nov. 4.-"Paddy" Mul-1
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Phone 4011

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T'his is a class of neckwear used XC ,tIVy° by the best di'esscrs.
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collegiate line than at our CLOTHES SHOP.

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