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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1917

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE THREE

THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE THREE

Seven Don Football Togs at Adrian FORMER FOOTBALL STARS TO
Adrian college has withdrawn from CLASH IN HARVARD STADIUM
the Michigan intercollegiate associa-
tion in footballcompetition. Only Boston, Oct. 20. - Former college
seven men reported for the first foot- football stars will be seen in action in
ball practice and only one of these was the Harvard stadium Nov. 3, when
a veteran. Percy Houghton, Harvard coach,
brings his soldier squad from Camp
BUY YOUR Devens at Ayer, Mass., to play a
team representing the Boston naval
yards and coached by a former Har-
vard football tutor. The receipts will
LIBERTY go to the war camp community funds.

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of
Uncle Sam
and your
FALL SUIT
OVERCOAT
of
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604 E. LIBERTY

"War Course" Given at Wisconsin
A "world war couse' 'is being offer-
ed at the University of Wisconsin. This
course consists of lectures designed to
throw light on various phases and
problems of the war.
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MICHIGAN MEETS
AGGIES_12 TIMES
Varsity Begins Relations with Lansing
Lads by Handing Them 39
to 0 Lacing
FARMERS SLEEP 3 YEARS TO
OPEN EYES FOR BEATING
Yostmen Score 299 Points in 11 Games,
Handing M. A. C. Boys Meager
49 Counters
* * * * * * * * * * * * * *
* Mich. M. A. C. *
* 1898 39 0
* 1902 119 0 *
* 1905 46 0 r*
* 1908 0 0
* 1910 6 3 *
* 1911 15 3 *
* 1912 55 7 *
* 1913 7 12 *
* 1914 3 0*
* 1915 0 24
1916 9 0
* Total .299 49 *
* *
* * *.* * * * * * * * * * *

EAT!
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TR BEY'S
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Yostmen Rough
Kaiser; Taboof
Fussing Gertie"
The tackling dummy on Ferry field
has been re-christened and is now a
male instead of a female personage.
Coach Yost, grinning broadly, is
ready to admit that there is an ocean
of effectiveness "in a name."
Until this season the dummy has
been known as "Gertrude." On num-
erous occasions, Yost, Trainer Tuthill
and other chiefs of the training squad,
have informed ambitious young foot-
ball candidates that they never would
get to the front unless they showed
considerably less consideration for
"Gertrude's" feelings.
This season, with many gridiron
stars absent from college, and many
green men to teach, Yost faced a prob-
lem.
But he solved it.
He had the tackling dummy re-chrit-
ened.
It's new name is "Kaiser Bill."
And that's the reason why Yost is
still grinning.
Nebraska Abandons Colored Socks
The red and white striped jerseys
and stockings of the University of
Nebraska eleven have been abandoned.
This is the first change in the garb
since the first game played by the
Cornhuskers 27 years ago. Coach
Stewart claimed the jerseys were de-
ceiving and made the team look heav-
ier than it really was.
Illini Rooters Look for Win Today
As a result of the bad beating Illi-
nois gave Oklahoma Saturday, the fol-
lowers of the Illinois team hope for a
largerscore on the part of Illini when
they face Wisconsin today. Wisconsin
has a poor team this year, which lacks
the usual pep and punch that their
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teams display. Wisconsin was held to heavy team, Wisconsin is not regard-
a tie by the Notre Dame squad, and al- ed very highly by the other confer-
though it is reported they have a big ence teams.

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(By Harry W. Weinerman)
Michigan's football eleven engaged
the Michigan Aggies for the twelfth
time today.
Relations with the Farmers opened
in 1898, when the Wolverine aggre-
gation handed the M. A. C. contingent
a lacing to the tune of 39 to 0. This
was the highest number of points
scoredagainst any other team by the
Yostmen that year. The Aggies did-
n't get a chance to meet the Wolver-
ines again until 1902. This time the1
East Lansing boys were swamped, the
final score reading Michigan, 119; M.
A. C., 0.
Agges Get 3 Years Rest and Beating
Again there was a long breach of
relations between the teams. After a
three-year rest the Farmers were
again beaten by the Wolverines with-
out a chance to score. The figures
at the end of the game stood, Michi-
gan, 46; M. A. C., 0. Three years later
the M. A. C. footballers met the Maize
and blue aggregation in the hopes of
staging a comeback but went back to
East Lansing a disappointed bunch.
The game resulted in a scoreless tie.
In 1910 the Aggies succeeded in
scoring on the Wolverines for the first
time. Michigan had scored a touch-
down and it looked as if the Farmers
would be kept pointless, when they
suddenly put across a field goal which
netted them three counters. Michigan
won again in 1911 and in 1912, both
times by a comfortable margin.
In 1913 M. A. C. broke the long
string of defeats. The East Lansing
lads came to Ann Arbor and administ-
ered a 12 to 7 defeat on the unsus-
pecting Wolverines. After this game
the Aggies were no longer considered
the standing joke of Michigan, but
were looked upon as worthy oppon-
ents.
The following year Larry Splawn
turned a scoreless, stubborn game in-
to a Wolverine victory when he boot-
ed the ball between the goal posts
from the 20-yard line. This was the
only score of the game.
Farmers Trample Over Michigan
The Aggies camenbackwith blood
in their eyes and vengence in their
hearts and trampled over Michigan in
1914. They humiliated the Wolverines
24 points to nothing.
Last year the game went to Michi-
gan by a score of 9 to 0. The Wolver-
ines scored twice on the East Lansing
lads, first a field goal in the initial ses-
sion, and then a touchdown in the last
quarter.
Out of the 11 games played so far
Michigan has managed to accumulate
299 points to 49 for the Aggies.
Wabash Rules Out Professionals
Lester Hunt will be the only letter
man on the basketball squad at Wa-
bash this year, since professionals
have been ruled out.
Columbia Expells Two Professors
The trustees of Columbia university
recently dismissed two members of the
faculty because of their pacific utter-
ances.

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