THE MICHIGAN DAILY
TO PREPARE FOR CASE
BS FAIL TO HOLD DOWN
FIRST TEAM IN SECOND
ish and Wieman brought home
acon in the second scrimmage
e year between the first and
I squads yesterday afternoon.
i scored two hard-earned touch-
and Wieman came through
a goal by place kick from the
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kicking by himself when scrimmage
started, and booted the ball over the
bars a few dozen times before he came
'in for work with the team.
His kick from placement, while not
from the most difficult position, or
from a very great distance, showed
that Tad's form as a kicker is of the
Sparks refereed again, but ran Ithe
team at quarter in signal practice
which followed the scrimmage.
Yesterday's scrimmage showed
great improvement over the work of
Monday on both squads. Genebach
,piloted the first team again. Froemke
is developing the lunging quality of
backfield attack. He is heavier than
he looks and is in great condition.
Some changes were made in the
,lineup of Monday, and several shifts
took place during scrimmage. Mor-
rison was placed at right end of the
first team. The coach is well sat-
isfied with the prospects for "Smal-
ley," who has a lot of fire, but who
is handicapped by the fact that he
has been away from football since his
high school days. Morrison is quick
to learn and has kept in trim by
has been pleasing
Yost's eyes because of the great
vement he has shown over his
of last year. He is in dead
it on every play, and the oppos-
ne was not able to do much
st him, Hanish -and Wieman
ach of, the, powerful,- plunging
f backfield player, the kind that
aas been praying for.
Wieman was busy at some place
baseball and other athletic work of
the class team variety.
BesidesMorrison, Fortune at guard
and Culver at tackle looked good to
the Coach. Culver generally plowed
through in time to check the man with
with the ball back of the line, while
Fortune managed to keep the tables
from being turned on the first-string
Gorrett played the fullback posi-
tion before Wieman came into the
game. He was a strong backfield
man in class games last season and
ought not find trouble breaking
into fast company in an early game.
Earl Cress, end on the second squad,
was not in a suit yesterday, having
trouble with a'knee joint. Cruse and
Zobowski, also of the second squad,
were injured, the former suffering a
wrenched ankle and the latter a
Goetz, Tuttle, Gable, Berry, Ring-
smith, Marlin, and Pollock drew suits
and lockers yesterday. Goetz has ap-
peared for practice before, both on
the All-fresh two years ago and as
a tryout for the Varsity last year.
A meeting of the Varsity squad
was held last night in the club
house, where plays and' signals were
Gym Lockers Being Taken Slowly
Dr. George May, athletic director
of the Waterman gymnasium, reports
that the gymnasium lockers are not
being occupied as quickly as last
year. Up to a late hour yesterday
afternoon there were but 500' lock-
er tickets issued. All freshmen and
upperclassmen who desire lockers are
urged to obtain a ticket immediately.
The "Standard Loose Leaf Note
Books, at Wahr's.-Adv.
Engineers- Ask to see a "Rust"
Lettering Scale at Wahr's.-Adv.
The Only Store in the City handling Athletic
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This Store is the headquarters for Gym Supplies
GEO. J. M OE
Army 9s Health Is
Lieut. Mullen and Dr. May Announce
Program of Physical Work for
Physical training for everyone is the
plan proposed for men of the various
military companies of the University.
This does not mean taking part in
the various setting-up exercises, but
in all phases of physical activities, in-
cluding the various contests in ath-
letics and gymnastics, with apparatus
work and boxing and wrestling. Each
day, a part of the schedule of the work
previously arranged for every com-
pany will include some form of phy-
sical training. Everyone will be given
special instruction in wrestling and
boxing; a number of sets of boxing
gloves have been purchased so that
the work may be carried out along
practical lines, and men who have had
experience in these activities will be
called upon to assist in the develop-
ment of this plan.
Compulsory freshmen gymnasium
classes will be held as usual. Fresh-
men in the various companies will be
detailed for work in the gymnasium
two periods weekly, beginning the first
Monday in November. The work in
physical training will be carried on
out of doors as long as the weather
permits, after which it will be trans-
ferred to the gymnasium.
It is therefore very important that
all members of the various companies,
including upperclassmen and fresh-
men, securealockers in the gymnasium
and make appointments for physical
examination at the earliest possible
A section of South Ferry field will
be equipped for carrying on outdoor
work, and various cadet squads will
be detailed to properly prepare this
part of the field. It is also planned
to have intercompany contests in ath-
letics, and certain evenings through-
out the year will be set aside to make
this scheme practical. Special classes
for company officers will meet in the
gymnasium to go over in detail the
schedule of the following week's
The plan arranged is an intensive
one, and necessarily needs the en-
thusiastic co-operation of everyone, in
order that officers of the highest phy-
sical type may be developed.
Girls' Tennis Lists Close Oct. 8
Devotees of the racquet among the
girls of 1921 are conspicuous by their
absence on the women's tennis tourna-
ment lists. The entire number of en-
tres .s small and the lists will close
Monday, Oct. 8.
Most of the games will be played on
the Newberry courts, although Palmer
field will probably witness a few of
Electrical Engineers Here Oct.12
The local chapter of the American
Institute of Electrical Engineers will
meet a week from Friday night in
room 248 Engineering building. Prof.
John C. Parker and Prof. H. H. Higby
School work at the University of
Washington has been cut into four
semesters this year with classes on
five days a week.
News from the University of Cali-
fornia says that n egg as big as wa-
termelon was recently presented to
the state museum at Santa Barbara.
FRESHMEN WHO MEET VARSITY
WILL BE ANNOUNCED TODAY
Cuts in Yearling Team Are Not
Permanent - Scrimmage
A squad of 16 freshman football
players has been chosen by Coach
Alitchell, after a cut made Tuesday,
to battle the Varsity in scrimmage
Thursday. A further cut may be
expected today, when the exact lineup;
will be determined.
Mitchell is well pleased with the
work of his backfield, but is worried
over a light line that lacks experi-
ence. Fletcher at end is showing up
well on the line, but more material
made of beef is needed.
Most of the men cut this week will
be brought out to practice next week
when facilities for lockers and suits
can be extended to accommodate a;
large squad. Quite a bit of new ma-
terial is expected out in the next few.
U. of M. Jewelry. J. L. Chapman's
is the place. 113 S. Main.-Adv.
JNaully as Coach
Proves Big Hit
Johnnie Maulbetsch, captain of
Michigan's last year's football aggre
gation, and All-American half-back,
now tutor for the eleven of Phillips
university, has lined up his team for
the championship of the southwest, if
a 34 to 2 victory over Winfield college
means anything to fans at Michigan.
Winfield is supposed to be one of
the strongest football colleges in the
southwest, and Maullie's victory for
Phillips is one of the first for a num-
ber of seasons over the other school.
Miss Frances Caspari, teacher of
Voice Culture, Term beginning Oct. 2.
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