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, BELIEVES PRESE
RDS INDICATE GOOD
ARSITY TIMBER
present freshman footb
perior to the one in 1
of of Coach Yost, whot
we work of the yearling to

lule r ear u Ueat. ine ireshman
coach is taking no chances and is
BT working his men hard in preparation
for the final battle of the season.
NT VARSITY HOPEFUL
916i
ahm. l11ehgan Prayers Itealize Figh Is

I Needed In Comig Cornell
tchell the fresh mentor also is Til
fled with the work his team has
and believes the men will make COACH YOST DECLARES HE
Varsity material under the tuter- IS LOOKING FOR REAL SUtAl
>f Fielding H. Yost.
comparison of the score made by Wolverine Mentor Expects Big Things
irst year men of the present sea- I of Sparks-Weston Combine on
and those of last year bears the Offensive
ity coach out in the above state-
. This fall's wearers of the grey The players of the Michigan Varsity
have so far played four games are somewhat optimistic over their
h equals the total number of chances to beat Cornell Saturday but
as on last'year'sAll-fresh sched- there is no over-confidence in evidence.
Ypsilanti Normal was the first The men, though outwardly-express,
to buck against the first year.
bth k auumns La rst year eying confidence, really feel that they
both autumns. Last year they will have a battle on their hands and
Coach McGinnis men to a 0 to 0 that the verdict in this last home game
while this fall praotically the 'on the 1917 schedule will be awarded
team of teachers went down to a one way or the other only to the most
o defeat at the hands of the yearl-'severe kind of a scrap.
d tThere is determination in abundance
idelberg defeated the fresh eleve on the squad and it is this spirit which
>t4to 12, and last year in a run- ICoach Yost has been striving to make
4prevail. The players cannot help but
24 to 0 score. The M. A. C. team feel that 'Cornell will not be as hard
rdants last season beat the yearl*.!,Nbak
r1916,13teonwiletisse as Nebraska was, and their showing
of 1916, 1i to 7, whIle this sea- In that contest has made them feel that
they suffered defeat to the tune they will surely win Saturday. Yost is
toO0. For the fourth game Mc- not so optimistic.
is' proteges handed Evanston a 27 Yost Not Optimistic
) defeat. This year's eleven met "It seems to me," said the Michigar
Michigan Military Academy and n yesterday, "that the situation
the visitors into camp 42 to 0..now before us is just the reverse of
.t one game has been dropped by nwbfr sI uttervreo
.rst year geamandratpthedO what is was two weeks ago when Dr.
%rst year team, and that the Ohio' Stewart was bringing his Cornhuskers
ge game. The record of the Ohior here. Then our opponents were con-
was" good and only by ,the best
Ln g d f n expycty to be sidered among the strongest in the
totak the gashme. Te lodto b acountry, and we were conceded but a
to take the game. They las by fighting chance for victory. But we
k of bad luck. Compared with the accepted that chance and realized on
it of the 1920 freshmen at the It
is of the same team the present;1t.
Is othng.A ttalof 3 pintI"Saturday we are favored in the
i~s nothing. A total 93 points dope over Cornell. But the Red men
been scored by Mitchell's pro- have been improving right along an"
. While their opponents have they ,too might take advantage of
e but' 14 points. some breaks, accept their fighting
xe Notre Dame game is expected chance, and turn the tables on us.
I am not feeling altogether too hope-
ful over the game,
"You know we are liable to wake up
Sunday morning and be somewhat sur-
prised. We may go out looking for
hickory nuts and pick up afew chest
nut burrs."
- Since the sentiment at Cornell is
similar to that here and both teams
feel that their chance for victory lies
in their fighting spirit, the game will
be one of the hardest fought of the 1917
season. Michigan's power is admitte
u."but Cornell has been improving rapid-
jly and the changes Sharpe is making
will ,throwa beefy team against the
' Wolverines.
Backs Expected to Star
Yost is expecting great things of
his backfield. Weston and Sparks
ought to be as great an offensive duo
as ever fought for the Maize and Blue,
x 'according to the Michigan mentor, and
with Wieman to buck the line and
Hanish to smash off tackle in the man-
ner that has made these men excellent
players this season, Yost has a power-
ful attack.
Weston and Sparks will take care
of the open work of the team. Both of
these men are fast, clever runners,
and dangerous in a broken field. The'
will be on the receiving end of the
1 : punts' and any sort of a start will en-
able them to get away for a long run.
Cornell's tackles must be swift and
sure if the Red men are to stop the
oopyrighthartchffer Mars Wolverine stars Saturday.
Yesterday afternoon, while the Var-
om t sity went Athrough light signal drill,
the reserves and scrubs battled for a
overcoat half hour on Ferry field. The reserves,
with Culver the only first string man
Wear it on cool days this playing, scored a touchdown in the
first few minutes of play, Cruse plung-
all or on rainy days. ing over after Beath had recovered a
fumbled punt on the two-yard line.
Hart Schaffner The rest of the battle was scoreless.

YO1STMEN'S SCORE WILL
B E SMALL,_SAYS SHARPE
(0RNIELL CWACI REFU~SES T1
COMMIENT FURTITEt ON SAT-
I'RDAY'S VAME
Ithaca, N. Y., Nov. 7.-Coach Sharpe
sent his gridders through a long scrim-
mage against the scrubs today in an
endeavor to bolster up the Cornell line
of attack against the Wolverines pow-
erful backfield. The Varsity scored
against the scrubs, but the showing is
not up to the standard of the pre-
vious teams that have played the Yost
aggregation. Evidently the Cornell
coaches were not satisfied with the
playing of the meen, as they promiseda
the squad similar practice for today.
The Cornell mentor tonight would
not venture a prediction as to the out-
come of Saturday's clash, except thAt
he would only expect the Red anc
White team to hold the Wolverines to
a small score. It is also a doubtful
proposition among the rooters if the
present Varsity can crush the Wolver-
ine hopes, as the team is far inferior
to the teams that have been beaten by
Michigan and it lacks the fighting
spirit. Still, luck may play an import-
ant part in the coming struggle and1
a duplicate of last fall's victory be1
handed to the Wolverines.
A weak line is the biggest problem
that confronts the Red and White
coaches as shown in yesterday's scrim-
mage when Minier and Carry of the]
second team repeatedly plowedx
through the tackles and guards for
large gains. Ackerkneckt, Wipperman,
Schmidt and Herriman were given a
strenuous drill in the line, but failedt
to stop the scrubs, especially on the
outside tackle play, which Coach

Sharpe has always used since he came
to Cornell. Colvin at left end is a
star and will take care of his flank
position in good style, but Eisenbrandt
at the other flank is too small and
light, so the coaches contemplate shift-
ing Harris from guard to the end job
and putting Swanson in at guard.
This change may xe~aken the line, but'
Swanson's weight, 95 pounds, will off-
set his inexperinc'c.
Van Horn is still c:, e hospital list.
but he will taok tho i rip to Ann Arbor
and may be used in extreme emerg-
ency. Cross, the new star discovered
in the Tech game, did equally as well
in today's scrimmage, breaking
through for two runs totaling 35 yards.
Pendleton, Nethercott and Hoffman ap-
peared in good condition and tore off
some good gains.
Colvin grabbed two forward passes
out of five attempts over the line. Th.,
scrubs confined their attack to straight
line plunging.
Tennis T ourney
Finals Saturday
The finals in the tennis tournament
will be played Saturday on the Ferry
field tennis courts, weather permitting.
Little interest has been shown' in
the double matches, and if they are to
be played on the same day the men
will have to get together soon.
But one match was played yesterday
in the singles, Bartz defeating Angell
in straight sets 7-5, 6-1. This brings
Bartz to the third round and he will
meet the winner of the Hummer-Bump-
us match. Should Bartz win this
match he will be slated against Hamer
in the semi-finals, while Steketee will
meet Egbert.
Patronize Our Advertisers.--Adv.

C. C. C Team ti
Run on Saturd
Varsity Men to Take Five-Mile Co
While Freshmen Go Three
Miles
The Varsity and Fresh cross c
try teams will run together Satu
morning, the Varsity over the five
the fresh over the three mile coi
Coach Steve Farrell desires tha
the men who intend to run be on ]
by 10:30 so there will be no unne
sary delay.
Only four Varsity men were
last night while about 14, fresh
were on hand. Steve is well ple
with the interest the yearlings
taking and stated that there is
abundance of excellent material I
which he expects to pick a team
will equal that of last year.
The coach said that he was not
couraged by the showing made aga
M. A. C., but on the contrary he th
that from the .excellent material
hand he will be able to develop a
bunch of men.
ILLINOIS
Football is thriving as a war-
sport It the University of Illii
Attendance at games so far this
has been smaller than in prey
years, due to the decrease in regis
tion and the abolishment of the p
lar season admission books, but
dent interest in the team is as I
as it has been the past years.
Refusals of railroads to run spe
trains or give special rates to Illi
students who wish to attend the
linois-Chicago game at Chicago,
vember 3, will no doubt act as a sl
damper on the enthusiasmi of ti
who had planned to accompany
team as rooters.

dll/ Fortune

Billy Fortune is one of the four soph-
omores that have made good on Yost's
squad this year.
He earned his right to a berth on
the regulars against a strong field of
competition by his fighting spirit. The
husky guard, though lacking the ex-
perience of his teammates, is consist-
ent hard blocker.
Bill tips the scale close to the two
century mark but on account of his
stocky build looks small and is the
big little man on Yosts aggregation.
Bill received his first schooling on
the Springfield high school football
team which defeated the strong team,
of the northern Illinois. He played
center and guard on the team and last
year in the early season was made a
regular guard on the All-fresh team,
On the yearling eleven Bill earned the
favorable comment of the Varsity
coaches and his appearance on the
field this year bolstered up the pro-
spects of a strong Michigan line.
The guard position is one of hard
knocks and little glory, but to the
rooters "number 7" has been down thf;
field among the first ones on the punts.
In the blocking game and charging
the husky guard has shown consider-
able power and played a stellar game
against the much touted Detroiters
who were unable to pierce the Wol-
verine line on their off-center plays.
Fortune has two more seasons with
the Varsity and ought to develop into a
lineman of Aqua Allmendinger type.
In Saturdlay 's game he is slated to
play against Swanson who replaces
Harris the regular guard and from
press reports Swanson is the huskiest
man on the Red and White eleven.
NORTHWESTERN
The Northwestern eleven has had
only one home game thus far, the an-
nual practice tilt with Lake Forrest-
but student interest in the fortunes of
the team is as intense as usual and
when the purple finally appears on its
own field the attendance is expected
to be up to the standard.
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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WISCONSIN
Students at the University of Wis-
consin have not shown the interest
this season that has been manifest in
'former years.. Crowds at the' first
two games this season were small and
rooters have not turned out to cheer
their team in practice.
Whether this condition is wholly
due to the war is a question. Enlist-
ments and the draft cut 'attendance
less than 20 per cent so there is still
a large enough student body to give
the team good backing if they would.
The team itself has labored under
the handicap of scarcity in material.
Barely two full teams have appeared
for practice on several occasions.
Officers' Unifolrms and accessories.
G. H. 'Wild & Co., State Street.-Adv.

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