THE MICHIGAN DAILY
At Madison, Ohio State vs. Madison.
At Evanston, Michigan Aggies vs.
At Lincoln, Missouri vs. Nebraska.
At Iowa City, South Dakta VS.
At Ames, Kansas Aggies vs. Ames.
At Sioux City, Notre Dame vs.
At Indianapolis, Wabash vs. De
At Oberlin, Western Reserve vs.
At Georgetown, Transylvania vs.
At Hamilton, Colgate vs. Connecti-
At Carlisle, Dickenson vs. Franklin
At Baltimore, Johns Hopkins vs.
At State College, Pa., Penn State vs.
At Exeter, Phillips Exeter vs. Dart-
At Swarthmore, Lafayette vs.
At Syracuse, Syracuse vs. Bucknell.
At Hartford, Trinity vs. Amherst.
At Medford, Tufts vs. Colby.
At West Point, Army vs. Carlisle
At Annapolis, Navy vs. Georgetown.
At Boston, Pennsylvania vs. Dart-
At Pittsburg, Pittsburg vs. Washing
ton and Jefferson.
At Williamston, Williams vs. Mid-
At Princeton, Princetown Fresh vs.
H arvard Fresh.
French Quartermaster Receives Med;
Paris, Nov. 9.-France's highest mit
itary distinction has been conferred
upon Cavalry-Quartermaster Charbon-
nier, aged 68 years, a veteran of the
Franco-Prussian war,' for conspicuous
bravery and distinguished service, es-
pecially at the battle of Craonne.
The aged man won a medal 'ih the
first war in which he took part aii
enlisted voluntarily in the present
war. General Coupilleau especially
requested the privilege of pinning the
cross of the Legion of Honor upon the
breast of the hero.
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FIELDING H YOST
MICHIGAN MENTOR PREDICTS
VICTORY ON EVE OF
Sharpe's Men Hold from Three to Five
Pound Advantage Over Wol-
"Michigan will beat the Red men
today unless my men play far below
form or Cornell shows something I
do not think she has," said Coach
Yost last night.
"The Ithaca bunch will outweigh us
some three to five pounds to the man,
their official averages showing a 178
pound team. They will be fighting
fram the word go. They will be out
there to trim us.
"But if our players put up the kind
of game I know they are capable of,
if they start with a punch and keep
plugging ahead, I do not fear for the
result. The only question then will be
the size of the score."
Light Drill Yesterday
The Michigan mentor sent his men'
through a light signal drill yesterday
afternoon in final preparation for the
last home contest. Wieman and Cohn.
spent considerable time in kicking
field goals, while Culver practiced
kicking off. Weston and Genebach
also worked out kicking from behind
'e goal line.
Yost will be able to start his 11
best men against the Cornellians, for
although some of the men are still
bruised up a bit, all of them are
ready and eager to get into the game.
The Wolverines realize the serioi's-
$iess of the game and will be on edge
for the battle.
Captain-elect Pat Smith, fullback on
lea Great Lakes team, and Aggie Hild-
ner, formerly a member of the Varsity
squad and now playing tackle on
Smith's' team, were out in uniform
yesterday afternoon working with the
Varsity. They will be on the sidelines
No Block "W
Because of the scarcity of flag ma-
terial, there will no block "M" be-
tween halves, the athletic association
being unable to secure any pennants
for the forming of this traditional in-
signia. The band will furnish the
only block "M" of the afternoon when
it plays the "Yellow and Blue" be-
The tickets for the game are near-
ly all gone and aside from a few
thousand which will be disposed of at
the gate, there are no pasteboards
available. The crowd according to all
figures will reach 25,000 and possibly
All weather reports promise a clear
day with a dry, fast field, the sort of a
field that will aid the open field work
of Sparks and Weston, the two men
upon whom Yost is depending in great
measure for the success of the Var-
Soph Women Are
Beat Freshmen Team 3 to 0 in Hot
Game Played on Palmer
Women's freshman and sophomore
hockey teams played a hotly contested
game at 2:30 o'clock yesterday after-
noon on Palmer field, resulting in a
3-0 victory for the sophomores.
The freshmen put up a strong de-
fensive fight, but were weak in driv-
ing force. The teamwork of their for-
ward line was especially good, but
was counteracted to a large degree,
by the strong sophomore defense at
The lineup was as follows:
Cornelia Clark.. F.B... Laura Peocock
Camille Hayden.. C.F...'Sue Verlenden
Alice HHnkson... R.L.Ruth Abbot
Agnes Anderson. L.I. . Helen Shepherd
Beatrice 'Beckwith..R.W..Edna Daskam
Phyliss Wylie.. .L.W... Gertrude Grow
Eugenia Wentzy.. C.H.
Alice Harpst .... L.H... Lucy Huffman
Alice Comlossle . R.H..
F.B .Dorothy Williams
Mary Shaffer.... GOAL..
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Ithaca, N. Y., Nov. 9.-With a light
signal practice on Schoelkopf field
this morning, the Red and White team
finished their last grooming for the
Coach Sharpe would not venture
any predictions as to the outcome of
tomorrow's contest, but said that the
team is in the best of condition and
would give the Yostians a battle. He
will arrive in Ann Arbor Saturday
morning with a full squad of 21 play-
Drills Team's Defense
Coach Sharpe instructed the line-
men again in the finer details of the
defense which he has worked out for
the Wolverine attack to hammer
against, and rehearsed the plays
which he hopes will snatch victory
from the powerful Michigan squad.
He- gave special attention to Strauss
and Swanson, guards, who are at
present the weakest part of the line.
Pendleton, 'though suffering from a
bad leg, will start at fullback and
should the husky -boy be given the
knockout by the Wolverines, Hoffman
MAN TO BE WATCHED
and running tomorrow. Though Cross another victory from the Wol'
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