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st To Start Same Lineup That
Faced Nebraska a Week
Ago
ARKS AND COHN STILL ON
SIDELINES WITH INJURIES
lverines Ought To Experience
Little Difficulty This
Afternoon

* * * * * * * * * *
HOW THEY'LL LINE -UP
TODAY

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' Michigan Kalamazoo *
* Goetz.......LE.. .... Wattles *
e Goodsell.....LT......Mishica *
Culver........LG.......Walker*
Lambert...... C...... .....Read *
* Fortune....... RG.... Woodward *
Weske........RT........ Fausch *
Boyd.......RE........Tapley *
Weston........ Q...... Ferguson *
* Froemke ...... LH .........Staake
* Hanish........RH........Pearce *
Wieman........ F . . . ....Strome *
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Michigan meets Kalamazoo college'
:his afternoon in the last practice
game before the Cornell contest next
Saturday.
Yost will start the same lineup;
against the Kazooites which trimmed
he Nebraska eleven last week, and
from all indications, the Wolverines,
should have little trouble in downing
:heir opponents by a sizable score.
Sparks and Cohn appear ready to
get into the game and since the latter
ias been showing some proficiency in
irop-kicking, Yost may try him out.
inder fire this afte'rnoon. Sparks will
be saved for the 'Cornell and Penn
games, since the Michigan mentor
loes not want to take a chance of
njuring his star pilot.
Boyd and Goetz, who formed such
in impregnable end defense, will again
start at the flank positions. Both of
hese boys have been improving stead-
ly and promise to develop into star,
nds before the season is over. If
Kalamazoo is expecting to circle Mich-
gan's supposedly weak flanksthere is
going to be a surprise in store for
hem. The center of the line with
Culver and Fortune at the guards and
Weske and Goodsell at the tackles, is
ikewise well nigh impregnable.
Froemke, who has been nicknam-
d "90-Yard" by his team-mates, gets
he call for left half. ' With the dry
ield that is expected for the game,
his boy ought to be able to make some
>ig gains on end runs. Weston will
play quarter, Hannish right half, and
Weiman fullback.
Although Michigan will not have to
play as hard against Kalamazoor as
ihe did against Nebraska,athere is in-
centive to real action in the fact
.hat a large score will put the Wol-

TODATS TILT CLEARS UP
BI TEN~RI ON RACE
MINNESOTA AND OHIO FAVORED
BY DOPE, BUT OUTCOME OF CI-
CAO CLASH DOUBTFUL
Chicago, Nov. 3.-Crucial games are
to be decided in the 'Big Ten' champion-
ship football race today with Chicago
meeting Illinois at Stagg field and Min-
nesota opposing Wisconsin at Madison.
Other games will bring Ohio State, the
present champions, and Indiana to-
gether at Indianapolis while North-
western will clash with Purdue at La-
fayette. Michigan will take on Kalam-
azoo college at Ann Arbor.
Results of the Illinois-Chicago game
and the clash between Minnesota and
Wisconsin may go a long way to-
ward clearing up the championship.
Defeat for either Chicago or Illinois
will eliminate them from further con-
sideration, and Minnesota, and Ohio
State also must triumph to hold their
place in the race. Critics are unwill-
ing to hazard a guess as to the out-.
come of the Chicago-Illinois game,
but favor Minnesota and Ohio State
to come through with colors flying.
Here's Goodbye to an Old Friend
The Madison contest will be made
the occasion for dedication of the new
modern concrete stadium which has
been in course of construction for
more than a year.
Last rites will be said over the old
Camp Randall field, which has been
the scene of many famous gridiron
battles.eGov Emanuel L Phillip and
President Van Hise of the university
will preside.
Wisconsin rooters know their fav-
orites will go into game with odds
against them, but are relying on "Big
John" Richards, who instilled the fight
into the team that held the Gophers
to a tie in 1911, to spring another sur-
pris,. Minnesota has been drilling for
two weeks preparation for the game
and word from that camp is that the
players are confident of victory.
Fight Chicago Is Battle Cry
"Fight Chicago to the last ditch,"
'is thecry from the Illinois camp. The
down state eleven will invade Stagg
filed without brimming over with con-
fidence but grimly determined to make
a fight out of it. Coach Zuppke of the
Illinois squad drillednhis players all
week to build up a concerted attack
and smooth out a defense for forward
passes.
Ohio State Confident
Coach "Jumbo" Stiehm of the Indi-
ana eleven plans to send a much
stronger team against the conference
champions that the Hoosier squad that
fell before Minnesota. Stiehm drove
his players through spirited scrim-
mages all week in an attempt to
smooth over the rough spots. Ohio State
will invade the Indiana capital con-
fident of victory.
FARRELL'S C. C. C. MEN READY
TO CARRY AWAY M. A. C. CUP

Today's Games
WEST
At Madison-Minnesota vs. Wiscon-
sin.

At Chicago-Illinois vs. Chicago. terbein.
At Indianapolis-Ohio State vs. In- At Wooster-Case vs. Wooster.
diana. At Akron-Mt. Union vs. Akron.
At Lafayette-Northwestern vs. Pur- At Ada-- Indiana Aggies vs. Ohio
due. Northern.
At Ann Arbor-Kalamazoo vs. Mich- At Marietta-Washington and Jef-
igan. ferson vs. Marietta.
At East Lansing-Western State
Normal vs. Michigan Aggies. Subscribe for the Michigan Daily.

At Albon-Hillsdale vs. Albion.
At Fargo-North Dakota vs. North
Dakota Aggies.
At Milwaukee-St. Thomas vs. Mar-
quette.
At Westerville-Heidelberg vs. Ot-

EAST
At Providence-Brown vs. Syracuse.

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- At Lewisburg-Bucknell vs. Carlisle.
At New York-Columbia vs. Am-
herst.
At Ithaca-Cornell vs. Carnegie In-
stitute.
At Hanover- Dartmouth vs. Penn
State.
At Andover- Phillips Andover vs.
Yale Freshmen.
At Exeter-Phillips Exeter vs. Har-
vard Freshmen.
At New Brunswick-Rutgers vs. West
Virginia.

off in student attendance at t
on Stagg field but the gener
has more than balanced this
ing out in unexpected numb4
early showing of the mar
ceeded the most sanguine b
the eleven and the rooting 1
hearty. The "big" games
will atract enough spectators
the spacious stands almost
pactly as in former seasons.
ADDITIONAL SPORTS-PAGI

verines in a position to have a score Michigan's C. C. C. team left Ann
in less than every two minutes record Arbor yesterday afternoon, feeling
for the season. The total now is 185 confident that they would return with
and 115 more will bring about the re- the trophy which they have won the
quired result. last two years. If the Wolverines win
first place this year the cup offered
INDIANA AND PURDUE by the M. A. C. will belong to them.
Attendance at football games in In- The Aggies are the only real con-
diana thus far this year has been tenders for the trophy this year, but
slightly below the average. Part of war has so depleted their squad of
this is ascribed to the effects of the hill-and-dalers that it is hardly likely
war, which has cut down considera- they will put up any real competi-
bly the attendance both at Purdue and tion. Coach Steve Farrell has confi-
Indiana, and part to the fact that dence in his proteges and he has reas-
thus far only practice games have on to feel that Michigan will repeat
been played at Lafayette and Bloom-jits performance of the last two meets.
ington. What the spectators have The entire team is made up of veter-
lacked in numbers, they have tried to ans in long distance running.
make up in enthusiasm, according to Last year Eddy Carroll romped
reports from both institutions, and home in the first place and led a field
the cheering has been more spontane- of contenders from 40 different schools
ous and more prolonged than in in Michigan. This year Stave Farrell
years. 1 looks to Sedgwick to duplicate the feat.
The advance sale of seats for the The meet at East Lansing today will
Indiana-Ohio state game in Indianap-, be the first real competition that the
olis November 3 indicates a greater Wolverines have met this season and
attendance than in any previoust con- will help the coach to discover what
test played by Indiana in that city. the men can do on the road and enable
him to brace the team for the "Big
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