Hanish and P o s s i b l y
emke to Be Absent
D BEFORE M. A. C. TILT,
Back to Tackle
Coach Yost will not issue
stories it looks as though,
.nes would be seriously
. the game with M. A. C.
the absence of Goodsell,
ossibly Froemke, who are
ries sustained in the Uni-
etroit game Wednesday.
who is thought to have a
[11 probably to out of the
veral days. Hanish has
nearly a week and sus-
es of a more or less seri-
Tednesday also. He is not
play. Froemke did not re-
uniform for yesterday's
t said he would be on
;he Farmer game started.
odsell's position, Culver
d back to tackle and For-'
in at guard. This com-
weaker than the one that
dsell at tackle for the big:
L stellar game against the
f Detroit, being the first
.n down under Weiman's
e his weight and position.
good tackle but Fortune
od a guard as Culver.
who starred on defense
Jniversity of Detroit, will
nter again against the
gies. This boy had not
ie of football in two years
ntest Wednesday and he
out long enough to get
ndition. He declares he
15 pounds more within
and this added weight
the fight he showed Wed-
to make a second "Wal-
New, yellow striped jerseys
will make their appearance on the
Michigan footballers tomorrow af-
ter M. A. C. furnishes the opposi-
tion on Ferry field.
Following is a list of the men on
the squad, and the number which
will appear on the back of their
sweaters. Sparks has chosen the
C. M. Sparks (13)
E. E. Wieman (2)
Alan W. Boyd (3)
R. F. Weske (31)
J. A. Hanish (5)
0. J. Goodsell (6)
Ward Culver (15)
W. P. Fortune (7)
Phil Beath (16)
G. Froemke t8)
W. R. Cruse :17)
Harold Rye (9)
A. J. Cohn (10)
Loell B. Genebach (18)
A. B. Weston (11)
Julius R. St. Clair (19)
Fred Hendershot (20)
E. W. Cress (21)
C. C. Morrison (22)
0. Cartwright (30)
L. 0. B. Lindstrom (23)
Thomas G. Garrett (24)
Harold D. Barnard (25)
of Heidelburg in their last game of
the season. From all reports the team
,Ohio is as strong this fall as last,
so a good game can be expected.
Get her a big yellow "mum" before
the game at the Arcade Floral Shop.
Prices: 40c, 2 for 75c.-Adv.
A gasp of life from the women's ten-
nis! And just when it seemed cer-
tain that the old sport had either
drowned or died .of neglect. Maxine
TWO MORE ELIMINATED IN
WOMEN'S TENNIS TOURNAMENT
Stevens has taken two sets from
Louisa Youngs, Anne Kirkpatrick won
from 'Katherine Loveland in straight
sets 6-4, 6-4, Margaret Rottschaefer
treated Bernice Bush the same way,
winning the first two sets 6-1, 6-4.
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fic for 1916 shows a cons
ing off in tonnage as cc
the preceding years. In
al accommodated 4,800
400,000 tons, in 1915 3,700
300,000 tons and in 1906
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ALL FRISH P FOR
PUTS SQUAD OF
n case Froemke is unable to play,
nebach will be shifted to halfback.
nebach has been moved from a sub-
,ute quarter to a substitute half,
rway, and the. change will not weak-
the offense materially. Rye, 'who
been on the hospital list for the
t few days, was out in a uniform
terday and may be on hand to start
inst the East Lansing aggregation.
Cliff".Sparks, who went down in"
Kalamazoo Normal game over a
ek ago, visited, a doctor in Jackson
terday morning, and said yester-
afternoon that he would be back
a uniform next Monday ready to
y the rest of the season. Sparks
se No. 13 for his Varsity sweater
an effort to break the jinx that has
owed .him since he became a reg-
r footballer under Yost.
ost has no worry over the M. A. C.
ne, the advance dope showing that
Aggies are light and not nearly as
midable as they have been in the
t,,and it is expected that the Wol-
ines will be able to avenge prop-
y the defeats sustained from this'
m the past two seasons.
'he workout yesterday afternoon
s devoted to froward passing and
y and signal work. Michigan will
t use much but straight football
tinst the Farmers and, is getting
dy for the hard Nebraska game a
ek from tomorrow.
alth Service Changes Office Hours
)r. W. E. Forsythe of the health
vice has announced a change in the
irs for student appointments. From
w on the hours will be 8:30 to 11:30
lock in the morning, and from 2
3:30 o'clock in the afternoon
ese hours are daily except Saturday
ernoons and Sundays.
adies coats relined. Albert Gansle.
S. Main St. Upstairs opposite
Coach Mitchell in an effort to de-
termine who should go along to Hei'-
elburg, Saturday, put the 22 most like-
ly freshmen through a stiff scrim-
mage yesterday afternoon.
With but two nights of practice left
before one of 'the hardest games on
their schedule, the yearlings went
through a hard drill consisting of the
the scrimmage, some passing and line
bucking. Bob Weston kept the for-
wards rushing at each other for forty-
five minutes before he was satisfied.
Fletcher, Boville, Reed, MacNichol
and Peocock, remained., out of the
game to rest up and save themselves
from injury. Boville is in good con-
dition and is liable to start the game
with the Ohioians. Clippert the other
cripple, is not yet in shape and will
not go to Toledo. His full recovery is
expected by next week.
Culver, left tackle, has been show-
ing up well. He is a big man and a
scrapper and has been doing good
work on both the defense and offense.
His playing against Ypsilanti while he
was in, was one tackle after another.
He is to start the coming game at
one tackle while Peocock, Detroit
'Central's star, is to play across from
At guards there will be Lent and
Henry both of whom played good foot-
ball last week. Two Detroit Central
men will be at the ends in all prob-
ability. Fletcher, one of the bright
stars in the scrap with the teachers,
will be on the left side and Boville
who has been laid up for the past 10
days from bruises will start at the
right extremity. Mac Nichol will go
in at center.
In the back field the positions will
be filled as in the first game, Uuschel
at quarter, Usher at full, and Bailey
and Reed at the two halves. Usher's
foot will do the punting. Reed is be-
ing counted on to make necessary.four
yards trough the line and Bailey will
be expected to cover much territory
through end runs and open field run-
The coming battle is likely to be a
hard one. Last year's All-fresh went
down to ignoble defeat at the hands
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