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torary Society Initiates Keep
Large Number of Regulars
From Work
JAD MEEMBERS FEAR PENN
BUT BELIEVE CORNELL EASY
n Out In Suit Spends Considerable
Time In Practicing Drop,
Kicks
ost found himself up against a
problem yesterday afternoon
n his men appeared for practice.
didn't have enough men to make
gs interesting because many of
players were busy with the hon-
society initiations.
parks, Cruse, Weiman, Boyd, Good-
Beath, Garrett, Hanish, and Well-
were absent all or part of the
rnoon and the Varsity, short-hand-
was forced to spend its time with
fundamentals again in place of
scrimmaging which was on the
gram for the day.
ahn appeared in a uniform yester-
afternoon and spent considerable
drop kicking. Although he did
show a great deal of accuracy in
method of scoring, he promises
mprove rapidly under the tutel-
of Yost. Cohn has always been
wn as a good drop kicker and
t is trying to develop him into an
irate point scorer.
tie members of the squad are con-
it of beating Cornell, but have
r doubts about Penn. It is known
t the Big Red team from Ithaca is
below the standard, and the Wol-
nes are bound they will avenge
t defeats when Sharpe brings his
,en to Ferry field in another week.
n is a different proposition, and
e the game will be the first one
ed away from home, Michigan may
erience a little trouble in copping.
adging from past playing, the Penn
n is coming along rapidly. The
er school has suffered a couple
efeats and at the start of the sea-
seemed likely to blow up. But
spirit that is always manifested
e is making its appearance now
the Red and Blue eleven will be
ly for Michigan at the appointed
. Berry is an improved player,
Yrding to the dope, and his play-
against Yost's 1916 team was good
igh to enable his eleven to come
on the long end of a 10 to 7 score.
ost will probably order some
mmage for this afternoon, it be-
the last opportunity he will have
rough work before the Kalamazoo
ege game on Saturday.

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KAAAO COACH TO
SASTE MEN IN' GAME
TEAM'S DEFENSE IS STRENGTH-
ENED IN HARD PRACTICE
TO STOP YOST'S
Kalamazoo, Mich., Oct. 31.-Block-
ing, tackling, and line scrimmage is
the program for the Kazoo college
gridders every night in their prepar-
ation for the Wolverine battle this
Saturday. Coach R. H. Young is send-
his squad through this intensive prac-
tice to strengthen the defense of his
team, hoping to perfect it sufficiently
to hold Michigan to a reasonable
score.
Young will not take any unneces-
sary chances of crippling his squad
in Saturday's game, as he is planning
to capture the M. I. A. A. honors this
fall, and with this in view will come
to Ann Arbor with a large squad of
substitutes which he will use if neces-
sary. The Kazoo boys have defeated
Adrian and Hillsdale and sport dope
favors them in the contests with Oli-
vet, Alma, and Albion.
Saturday, Young lost two 1916 vet-
erans, when Emerson, tackle, and
Brackett, end, were called ,into mili-
tary service, and now has anly three
vets left in the line up, Fautch, guard,
Strome, all 1. I. A. A. fullback, and
Read, center,
With three defeats in the five
games played, Young's team does not
stack up well on paper, but the show-
ing that they made at Notre Dame,
University of Detroit, and the Camp
Custer officers' team points to a light
but scrappy aggregation.
Women's Hockey
Opens Wednesday
Three Games Will Be Played for
Championship, Between Class
Teams
Tournament play in women's hock-
ey opens next Wednesday with a clash
between the junior and senior teams.
This match, t6gether with a sub-
sequent freshmen-sophomore game,

and a final contest between the win-
ners of these two matches, constitutes
the annual fall hockey tournament.
According to Jesse Saunders, '18,
hockey manager, this tournament pro-
mises some very well played matches.
Possible candidates for the sopho-
more team include, besides some pro-
mising. new material, the following
girls who played on last year's fresh-
men team: Kathleen Teer, Lucy
Huffman, and Laura Peacock.
1919 women playing this year, who
were members of their class team
last year are: Phyllis Egglestone,

Jean McClennan, Margaret Atkinson,
Lucille Duff, Mary Morse, Marcia Pink-
erton, Eva Herzberg, and Edith Duem-
ling.
Five star performers of the 1918 ag-
gregation are playing this year: Jessie
Saunders, Marion Holden, Iva Carlson,
Clarrisa Vyn and Pauline Cohen.
All teams will be chosen within
this week according to Miss Alice
Evans. The final practice before the
freshmen team is picked, will occur az:
3:30 o'clock tomorrow afternoon. Jun-
iors and seniors will practice at 10:30
o'clock Saturday morning.

Overcoat Days are. Here!

Chicago Coach is Developing
Urbana, Ill., Oct. 31.-Realizir
his front line defenses have thei:
cut out for them to stop the po
Chicago backfield, Cocah Bob 2
is giving special attention to t
velopment of his line in prepa
for the forthcoming Chicago ga
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Q .30. Goodsell
J. O. Goodsell, the stellar tackle on
Yost's fighting eleven nails from Sag-
inaw city, where he gained fame as a
powerful lineman on the Arthur Hill
school football team. In 1913 the Hill
boys, captained by Phil Raymond, last
year's Varsity fullback, were runner
up for the state championship but
were defeated by the Detroit Central
team. "Goody" played three years on
his, high school team and when he
came sut for the Wolverines he made
his A. M. A. handily.
This year Goodsell became a fixture
on the Wolverine squad during the
early part of the season, starting at a
guard position but being later shifted
to tackle because of his weight and
his exceptionally fast defensive attack.
Number 6 in the Nebraska game broke
through the opponents line on punt
formation several times and downed
their safety man in his tracks.
Goodsell will be one of the men that
Yost will have for his next season's
squad and with the 198 pounder, back
in the line there will be one position
filled to its full capacity. Michigan
rooters have in store for thema
pleasant surprise package in No. 6.
plays by the coach and these were
perfected by the signal drill. Mitchell
intends to uncork a few tricks against
the Michigan Military, Academy, whom
the freshmen play in a preliminary
before the Varsity-Kalamazoo battle
next Saturday
The Academy in the past has always
had a strong team, and though noth-
ing is knownr of their work during the
present season, a stiff opposition ca
be expected,
Former Football Coach Transferred
Cleveland, Oct. 31.-Walter D. Pow-
ell, former football coach at Western
Reserve, announced today that he has
been transferred from his berth as
recreational director at Camp Sherman
to the same position at the Joseph E,
Johnson camp being established at

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ESH MENTOR ALSO LOOKS FOR
PLUNGER TO STRENGTREN
BACKFIED
laying his second all-fresh team
Inst the Varsity scrubs, Coach
chell sent his first team through a
signal drill; last evening on Ferry
1.
In an endeavor tp find a plung-
back, the freshman mentor tried

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