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HARD AERAL DRILL
Coach Fears Injuring Backfield Men
So Confines Scrimmaging
To Linemen
BACKFIELD 'QUARTETTE IS
YOST'S BEST BET SATURDAY
Camp Custer Special Will Bring
Major General Dickman
and Staff
Coach Yost's gridders went through
another light signal and blocking drill
yesterday afternoon in preparation for
the Cornell game.
Despite the bruises that all the
players seem to have, the squad is in
good physical condition and Coach
Yost will be able to play the eleven
men he has picked out as the best on
the squad. Cohn and.Sparks are ready
again..
Yost is not taking any chance on
injuring his men on the eve of the big
home game by scrimmage and the
rough work he passes out is confined
to the linemen who practice starting
and breaking through every after-
noon. Considerable time is still be-
ing spent with the forward pass, ev-
ery man on the team passing and
catching the ball for an hour each
day.

SHAR-PE DRIES SQUAD
THROUGH LONG SESSION
CROSS, SUBSTITUTE HALFBACK,
GAINS REGULAR BERTH BY
BRILLIANT PLAYING
Ithaca, N. Y., Nov. 5.-With a full
squad ready to be drilled at top speed,
Coach Sharpe ran the team through a
long session of signals, punts, forward
pass formations, and scrimmage to-
day. All the regulars and scrubs were
out in suits and several of the cripples
who were unable to play in last Sat-
urday's game were'placed in the regu-
lar line up and went through the hard
drill session without showing signs of
fatigue or lameness. Coach Sharpe
spent part of the afternoon's practice
in showing the line their weaknesses
on the offensive as was plainly seen
in the Carnegie Tech. game.
Special attention was given to Cross
by the coach, as this man in Satur-
day's battle was the brilliant star of
the game. When Van Horn, the reg-
ular left half, was injured, but not
seriously, in the second period of the
Tech. game, Cross was sent in to re-
place him. Cross covered 125 yards
of ground in ten scrimmages and was
only thrown for a loss twice, which
was due to the poor playing of the line
which let the Tech. players break
through and grab him before he was

WOMEN'S HOCKEY SHOWS LIFE
Class Hockey Teams Elect Captains
For ThisSeason
Women's class hockey teams have
elected the following captains for the
coming season: Senior, Jessie Saun-
ders; junior, Mary Morse; sophomore,
Anna Kirkpatrick; freshmen, Agnes
Anderson.
The first game of the season, which
was scheduled for today between the
juniors and seniors, has been post- I

poned until 10:30 o'clock next Satur- - IOWA
day morning ori account of the senior The war has had no appare
enrollment with the appointment com- feet on attendance of football
mittee this afternoon. A freshmen- in Iowa. While the team has
sophomore game will be played at somewhat handicapped by the c
2:30 o'clock Friday afternon. Miss the colors, interest in the gan
Alice Evans states that the freshmen pears to be normal and on the
are showing considerable ability in the sport promises to be as prosp
their practice games, so this match in war time as in peace.
promises to be closely contested.
"Wienies" will be sold by the Wom- Officers' Uniforms and access
en's athletic association after all G. H. Wild & Co., State Street.-
hockey games, and the proceeds will
be turned over to the association to Gasoline 23c, Polarine 50c. Sta
be used for war relief work. & Co., 117 S. Ashley St.-Adv.

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Soldiers Will Come
A special train from Camp Custer
will bring a number of soldiers to the
game, while Major General Dickman,
who will come escorted by his staff,
will be the guest of honor of the ath-
letic association. A capacity crowd
is expected to be on hand when the
whistle blows.
Big things are expected of Michi-
gan's backfield in this game. The
Weston, Wieman combination has been
strengthened, by the addition of
Sparks, while Hanish, the fourth mem-
btr of the attacking. quartette, is a
marvel op defense and in blocking.
The whole backfield is one of the best
that Yost has had to work with in
years, and with Genebach, Froemke,
Cohn, Cruse, Rye, and Garrett in re-
serve, Yost has a strong list of avail-
able substitutes.
Cohn Choice For End
Yose is still undecided as to the
man to play left end. Goetz, who has
been holding down this position, slow-
ed up the last game and Cohn may get
in at this position. Cohn is the more
experienced player of the two, Goetz
having played end for the first time at
the start of the season. Boyd is pret-
ty sure to start at right end.
The members of the second squad
have caught the tenseness of the situ-
ation and are putting a iew spirit into
their play. They realize that they
must fight as they did aganst the
Cornhuskers in order to win the game
with Cornell, and every men on the
team is ready to up put his share of
the battle.
MEN 'REPORT FOR
BASKETBALL MHEETING
Try-outs For Assistant Basketball
Manager Held at 3 o'clock
Today

"Michigan's fighting center," Yost started. Cross showed up for prac-
calls him and to the rooters in the tice late this season and it was chief-
ly the lack of experience that kept
stand number 12 is without an equal him off the varsity squad.
in the "Big Ten" or eastern football End Coach Sharpe's Worry
circles. Coach Sharpe has several difficult
Lambert -is a hand fighter on the de- problems to solve before he sends his
fensive, playing the loose center game, men against the powerful Wolverine
eleven. He has more good backs than
and on the offensive is the most trou- he can place on the squd;buC a ry,
blesome man for the opponents on the quarter, Pendleton, fullback, Van-
Michigan line. He is one of the most Horn, left half, and Nethercott, quar-
finished players on the squad and by! tern are cripples who may. be injured
his uncanny accuracy in throwing the1early in the Michigan game and Coach
Sharpe must send in his substitutes
ball and the swiftness of his attackt
SMiner, Hoffman, and Cross, who lack
after the delivery, the opposing center experience.
finds it impossible to break through Colvin will play left end, but to get
the line. his equal on the other end position is
one of the worries that Coach Sharpe
Lambert received his first schooling
n I is trying to clear up. Eisenbrandt was
in football onthe prep school team of tried out in this position against the
Marshall college. On the West Vir-. T
ginia University team a year later he' ech. boys, but the small player
weighing only 148 could not stand up
played center and won the recogni- against the terrific onslaught of the
tion of eastern sport critics, especial- opposing ends. Rubenstein is being
ly New York papers who selected him drilled hard to take care of the flank
as the best center in the eastern realm sihardtoas e thelank
of football.. This year Lambert enter- oito ,nhs weight will help to
ed Michian .tohfinihhisyrlawbr - stop the hard attacks that the Michi-
ed Michigan to finish his law course. gan flankers direct againt them.
He answered the call of football and In the scrimmage with the scrubs
Wolverine rooters are relying on his the varsity were not as successful in
strength to help and win the recogni- the aerial game as they showed in
tion of the football world as the peer- Saturday's game and Coach Sharpe
less team of all. will endeavor to perfect the varsity in

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Optimism

hand in hand with good judgment has won and will continue to win the most essential battles
of life--not only in a military way, but in the most legitimate walks of professional and
business procedure. It is obvious that preparation is necessary in the latter as well as the

Lambert last year won the heavy
weight championship in the wrestling
tournament, showing a remarkable
knowledge of the art and perfect mas-
tery of the various holds which spell
defeat for the competitor.
In scholastic work Lambert is
among the top-notchers of his law
class. He has garnered more A's than
the share allotted to the ambitious
student and the fighting center uses
the same spirit in the class room that
he uses on the football field.
Lambert was recently elected Pres-
ident of the Junior Law class, an hon-
or that speaks wtll for the gridder's
popularity among his classmates.
THREE MEN READY
TO PLAY FINALSI

this important side of the game, es-
pecially to break up the numerous
plays that Wolverines are expected to
open up.
BOWLING LEAGUE STARTS
NOVEMBER 13, AT HUSTON'S
Huston Brothers are organizing
bowling leagues to include classes and
fraternities, and also various organ-
izations about the city. The season
will start November 13.
Ten or twelve entries are wanted
in the fraternity league and six have
been received. In the two men events
15 teams are desired, and of this num-
ber seven are already entered. Efforts
are now being made to organize the
classes and city aggregations.
Buy your "Mums" for the game at
the Delta. 35c a piece or $3.50 a dozen.
Price guaranteed till Friday night.-
Adv.

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Forty-five men reported to Coach
Mitchell last night in a meeting held,
in Waterman gymnasium for candi-
datts for the varsity basket ball squad.
The coach is encouraged over the
number that turned out and thinks the
first team will give a good account of
itself.
At least twelve men will report from
the football squad as soon as the sea-
son is over, these including Hanish,
Weiman, Sparks, Cohn, and Froemke.
"The Aaterial," says Mitchell, "looks
good, and will have to be good to make
a showing against the stiff competi-
tion that they will meet."
Men who have had much experience
and who should make a hard fight
for a place on the squad are: Rowley,
Bartz, Weathers, Edison, Hewlett,
McClintock, Borinstein and Rennel.
The coach told the boys that during
the season there should be no danc-
ing and no smoking, as both tend to
use up the energy and shorten the
wind. "Basket ball," says the Coach,
"ranks second to football in the West,
and now that Michigan is to have a
conference schedule there is but one
thing to do and that is to have a team
that will fight, and this is possible on-
ly by having men train as the foot
ball men do."
The first practice will be held to-
night at 8 o'clock, which will last on-
ly half an hour. Half hour practices
will continue until after Christmas,
when they will be made longer.
All men who wish to try out for as-
sistant basket ball manager will meet
Varsity manager G. F. Nye at the ath-
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217 South Main Street

Egbert, Munz, andi Steketee
Chance By Hard-fought
Matches

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The tennis tournament, after be-
ing delayed for several days by the
adverse weather, is at last under way
again.
Three men have won their way to
the fourth round, Egbert by defeating
Munz in straight sets 6-0, 6-2, Steketee
by beating Harrison 6-0, 6-4, and
Hamer by default.
There are two matches. yet to be
played in the second round, the Hum-
mer-Bumpus and Angell-Bartz bouts.
the winners of these two matches will
fight to see who meets Hamer, while
Steketee takes on Egbert for the semi-
finals. Bartz should take the long end
of the score in his match with Angell
and will probably beat the winner of
the Hummer-Bumpus bout. This will
put him in the semi-finals against
Hamer.
If present weather conditions pre-
vail throughout the week the finals
will be played Saturday. If the dou-
bles finals, however, are to be played
at the same time the men will have to
get busy, as anly one match has been
played, Egbert and Bartz -beating
Hummer and Johnson 6-0, 6-2.

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