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*HHERE'S THE 'WAY THEY LINEUP TODAY

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a hard tussle throughout the game.
Although the Michigan team will be
hampered by the absence of Hanish,'
Goodsell, and Rye, there is every rea-
Yson to believe that the ;Varsity Will
more than hold its own with the Ag-
gies. Despite the fight that the Farm-
ers will put up, it is expected that
[N Michigan will be able to roll up a
score that will remove part of the
bitterness of the two defeats suffered
in recent seasons.

VENGE
N GAME

:er ThanI

a rerramrom jump-
es that surround the
field before, during,
es this season. The
trongest in the world,
y will force the as.
this barrier all ,the

football eleven*
two defeats ad-
'gies within the
eets the M. A..
this afternoon.
,t in 1913 that
for Yost's ma-

Today's Games,
WEST
At Minneapolis, Indiana vs. Minne-
sota.
At Urbana, Wisconsin vs. Illinois.
At Chicago, Purdue vs. Chicago.-
At Lincoln, Notre Dame vs. Ne-
braska.
At Iowa City, Grinnell vs. Iowa.
At Ames, Missouri vs. Ames.
.At Omaha, South Dakota vs. Creigh-
ton.
At Detroit, Kalamazoo vs. Detroit.
At Olivet, Hillsdale, vs. Olivet.
At Dallas, Oklahoma vs. Texas.
At Grand Forks, Fargo vs. North
Dakota.
At Brooklings, South Dakota Mate
vs. Dakota Wesleyan.
At Galesburg, Illinois Wesleyan vs.
Lombard.
At Lexington, Vanderbilt vs. Ken-
tucky.
At Cleveland, Kenyon vs. Western
Reserve.
At Delaware, Oberlin vs. Ohio Wes-
leyan.
At Berea, Case vs. Baldwin-Wallace.
At Terre Haute, Wabash vs. Rose
Poly.
At Beloit, Lake Forest vs. Beloit.
At Georgetown, Franklin vs. George-
town.
EAST
At Ithaca, Cornell vs. Colgate.,
At Providence, Brown vs. Boston.
At Pittsburg, Carnegie vs. Ohio Uni-
versity.
At Waterville, Bowdoin vs. Colby.
At Meadville, Allegheny vs. Geneva.
At New York, Columbia vs. Union.
At Hanover, Dartmouth vs. West
Virginia.
At New York, Fordham vs. Holy

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portu-
those

sting of

were set for a
is this season.
n Arbor with the
ad in years. The
of the veterans
,rmer lineup, and
1 boasts some of
Lve been making
s hump for years,
osed of entirely

' III LLL IU U-- ULU
LIN-UP FORHEIEBR
FRESHMEN FACE STRONG TEAM
AT TIFFIN THIS AFTER.
NOON
Heidelberg will face the same line-
up of the All-fresh as Ypsilanti did
last week when they meet the year-
lings at Tiffin. this afternoon.
Eighteen men accompanied Coach
Mitchell over the Ann Arbor last even-
ing, leaving here on the 5:30 o'clock
for Tiffin, Ohio, where Heidelberg
college is located. The squad is com-
posed of the following men: Flecher,
Culver, Stuart, Boville, Wetzel, Car-
pus, Reed, Von Wagner, Culver, Ur-
schell, Usher, aBiley, Hobbs, Peocock,
Henry, Lent, Tinchac, Mac Nickol.
This is the verdants' only trip of
the season as all the rest of the games
are to be played on Ferry field. It
will undoubtedly be Coach Mitchell's
prodigies hardest game. Oberlin was
held to a 7 to 7 tie last week by the
American duelists and Oberlin only
-lost to Cornell university by the score
of 22 to 7. Coach Mitchell declares
that the freshmen have a good chance
to win even though they face a team
composed wholly of veterans, eight
of whom were regulars on the team
that administered the bad beating to
the freshmen team of the class of
1920. He expects a great amount of
good footballto be played aid a close
finish to result.
M. A. C.'s freshmen are on the
schedule fbr a week .from today. Not
very much trouble is expected from
them and a revenge for last year's de-
feat is being looked forward to.
Wetzel, a lame man on the fresh-
men squad, is to go along as sub-
quarter for Urschell. Although under
a great handicap he has proven him-
Sr if a real football player. His flying
tackles have been a feature of the
daily scrimmage .and he has a cool
head and plenty of nerve.
The team that is to start tomorrow
follows: Fletcher, r.e.; Culver, r.t.
Lent, r.g.; Henry, L.g.; Peocock, L.t.;
Stuart or Boville, I.e.; MacNickol, c.
Urschell, q.; Reed, l.h.; Bailey, r.h.;
and Usher, f.b.
SOLDIER FOOTBALL TEAMS
POPULAR WITH UNIVERSITIES
Soldier football teams are being
scheduled by many of the larger uni-
versities and colleges to fill in the
open dates. These teams, composed of
the best material at the cantonments
and other training stations present
very formidable lineups, with their
college stars, old football veterans and
huskies from the plow, mines and fac-
tories. They tend to foster' a greater
enthusiasm among the drafted meni
and provide a new field for bettering
the physical condition of the men.
The University of Iowa athletic au-
thorities are endeavoring to schedule
a game' with the Great 'akes naval
training station team, if the confer-
ence agrees on the 'advisability of such
a game. There is also a possibility
of a game with the Camp Dodge team
at the close of the season.
California's freshman football team
last week trimmed the California artil
lery team by the score 33-9, making
long gains through the soldiers' line.
The soldiers proved very popular
among the rooters.
Get her a big yellow "mum" before
the game at the Arcade Floral Shop.
Prices: 40c, 2 for 75c.-Adv.

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No.
4
15
3
12
7
31
30
11
10
18
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Weight
184
193
181
165
187
189
165
148
179
146
195

Goetz ..........L. E......... Ramsey
Culver...........L..........Codrryell
Boyd............L. G.........Leffler
Lambert...........C.............Archer
Fortune .........R.. G., .. Bailey
Weske.........,..R. T......... Frouson
Cartwright.......R. E., ....... Cassett
Weston....... ...............Kelldg
Cohn ............L. H.............. Oas
Genebach........R. H.......... Turner
. Wieman ...........F. B.........Hammes

MICHIGAN

Player.

Position.

4 7z JU

A

Officials-Haines, Yale, referee; Holderness, Lehigh, umpire; Ken-
nedy, Chicago, head linesman. Time of 'quarters-15 minutes. Game
starts 2:30 o'clock Central Standard time.

Player.

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NORTHWESTERN EXPECTS
STRN EMTHIS YEAR

effect on the Purple squad. Nine of
last year's first squad of 29 are back.
Graduation took away four, the war
six, while the remainder have not reg-
istered with the school this year,
Koehler, the 180-pound fullback, is

M I C H I GA N OPPONENTS
SQUAD OF VETERANS
ON HAND
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M. A. C.
Weight.
r 172.
190
170
1,74 ,
172,
174'
168
14P
150
142
.174

HAVE back in his position and is being

Evanston, Ill., Oct. 19.-Eleven men
who line up against Big Ten confer-
ence teams this fall are going to pre-
sent a formidable "front" and are go-
ing to give their opponents no easy
sailing to cross their chalk line. These
men are the representatives of North-
western university.
The Purple eleven goes into the con-
ference struggle with five last year's.
'varsity men, containing the same
backfield which represented .North-
western last season. Coach Murphy
has only been troubled to find a line.
This was not hard, for several last
year's freshmen are back and he is as-
sured of a strong forward wall.
Judging from the stuff they are,
showing in practice and in the gamres
already played, Northwestern should
stand a good chance of competing in
the final game for the championship
title.
The war has not had its depleting

slated to carry away conference hon-
ors. He is being picked for all-star
fullback by some of the more opti-.
mistic. Last year he garnered second
honors in the conference. Other stars
who are back are Ulrich, left guard;
Brightmire, quarterback; Ellingwood,
right half, and Underhill, left half.
Brightmire is at present nursing a
broken ankle received in the early
practice days, but he is expected to
don the Purple uniform before the
clash with Chicago.
Three hours of secret practice and
scrimmage are on the program every
evening, while two. hours of dome ex-
ercises are held every night.,
Coach Murphy is enthusiastic over
the luck he is having with his team
and while he will not claim the title
he is optimistic over the chances the

No.
10
12
14
16 .
18
20
22
6
8
4
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PurplE
honor

Oct. 20-Open.
Oct. 27-Chicago
Nov. 3-Purdue
Nov. 10-Michiga
ton.
Nov. 17-Iowa at E
Nov. 24-Michiga

Light

East Lansing, Oct. 19.
in signals wound up tV
of the Michigan Aggies
tomorrow with the Univ
igan. All of the reguls
ent for the day's work
only an hour. Unless t:
unexpected development
ular eleven will be in.'
Turner, Ramsey, Oas
Hannes, all of whom
bench more or less dux
participated in the prac
none of them lacked
lineup for the game,
announced today, will I
that used against Kala
a week ago. There wi
of any predictions conce
come of tomorrow's cla
Georgetown Ball Captal
Washington, Oct. 19
Wall of Woburn, Mass.,
year's Georgetown foot
been granted a leave of
the national army in ord
his senior year at the un
school. Wall now is tra
Mass.
Patronize Our Adver
Recreation makes f
"We try to treat you r:
Bros.-Adv.

Do, over the bath room with
white enaiel. Easy to apply
very durable. C. H. Major &
Phone 237.-Adv.

our
and
Co.

a ;.

a 11 pot
Sam ave
ke the
1's line
e on tha

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0of Cross.
ast At Clinton, Hamilton vs. Norwich.'

The Wolverines
ind team into the
line with an 169-
he Farmers muster
their team, a line
a backfield tipping
ounds.
nen the Wolverines
ryell, Ramsey, and
erans on the M. A.
man, Boyd, Weske,
rformed in one ca-
or Yost before. The
'ee-year rule at M.
rmers from putting
enced and veteran
and weakens the

Walk-Away for Michigan
say that the Wolverines will
walk-away with the game
dodging the facts. The Farm-
s fight against Michigan and
>ld a victory over the Maize
as the supreme achievement
son. To beat the Wolverines
been the dream of Aggie sup-
nd players, and even this
i a weak team, the Farmer
not given up hope of mak-
litable showing.
right side of our line and
side of the Aggie forward
higan will be outweighed.
.ce else the Wolverines will
beef advantage. Culver will
real battle on his hands, as
opposite Corryell, the real
and star of the Aggies.
against' Culver on offense,

At Haverford, Haverford vs. Ur-
sinus.
At Geneva, Hobart vs. St. Lawrence.
At Baltimore, Johns Hopkins vs.
Dickinson.
At Easton, Lafayette vs. Rutgers.
At South Bethlekam, Lehigh vs.
Georgetown.
At Exeter, Phillips Exeter vs. Yale
Freshmen.
- At Swarthmore, Swarthmore vs.
Gettysburg.
At Hartford, Trinity vs. Connecticut
Aggies.
At Annapolis, Navy vs. Carlisle In-
dians.,
At Orona, Maine vs. Bates.
At Philadelphia, Pennsylvania- vs.
Bucknell.
At Pittsburg, Pittsburg vs. Syracuse..
At Washington, Pa., Washington &
Jefferson vs. Penn State.
At West Point, Army vs. Tufts.
Lack Players, Gives Up Hockey
Boston, Mass., Oct. 19.-Varsity and
freshmen hockey teams probably will
be eliminated from the Harvard ath-
letic schedule this year, ccording to
Frederick W. Moore, graduate treas-
urer of the university athletic com-
mittee. The treasurer added that not
even an informal team would be or-
ganized, as had been done in football.
Not a single hockey letter mlan re-
mains at Iarvard.
You can get those Neolin Soles put
on at Paul's Place, 611 E. William,
while you wait.-Adv.

They're good looking-
these sbrsut
can wear a sport suit almost anywhere nowadays;
morning, noon and night.
Anything that's as comfortable and good looking as these
sport suits should be good anywhere.
They're made by the finest tailors in the world-

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Hart Schaffner & Marx

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and easy in style and fit, they wont lose their shape.
We know so much about these clothes and we're so sure
of them that we always give them a guarantee of satisfaction
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