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to be iron-
ig to have
ee after-
Philadel-
nage every

Abe.-.

Cohn

Abe Cohn is one of the Varsity play-
's who has been pursued by the jinx

ss, who
of weeks
n to use
ack, and
1 to give

show-
s. I

tur-

st sent some
e scrimmage
sicking, pass-
chigan men-
al polish for
to have the
for the con-

erines leave Thursday af-
r Wayne, Pennsylvania,
will stay Friday night,
t Friday afternoon in this
y will arrive at Franklin
time for the gaie Satur-
on. The teams in former
fleft Wednesday night for
but the departure is being
year to lower expenses.
OWER LAURELS
V FRESH HOCKEYISTS
a 1-0 defeat by the
t Saturday morning, wom-
r hockey team proved
.o the consolation ban-
he freshmen team scored a
y, in the senior-freshmen
ie yesterday afternoon on
d.
is played an aggressive and
ne, and the seniors were
yards of 'the goal when the
e sounded.
ip: Freshmen: Beatrice
L. W., Alice Hinkson, R. I.,
yden, C. P., Agnes Ander-
Phyllis Wiley, L. W., Alice
H., Eugenia Wentzy, C. H.,
ervman, L. H., Cornelia
, Georgia Donaldson, F. B.,
Shaffer, G. K.. Seniors:
irdsell, R. W., Irene Hart-
essie Saunders, C. F., Ruth
,L. I., Beatrice Fales, L.
osevelt, R. H., Clarissa
Anna Miller, L. H., Anna
Pauline Cohen, F. B., and

that rules the hospital list. He was in-
jured in the third quarter of the De-
troit game and in the two games pre-
vious ohn was slated for a reguar
berth on the backfield. He is a steady
consistent line plunger and on the de-
fensive Cohn is fast and deadly in his
tackling and judging from his per-
forma uce in Saturday's game the big
boy is in good condition in spite of his
forced rest. Cohn will probably be
seen in the Pennsy game at the end.
position but wil be shifted to the
1 ackfield in case of injury to the pres-
ent starring backfield.
Abe comes from Washington state
and in athletics in the Lewis Clark
high school at Spokane gained a wide
reputation as an all round athlete in
every branph of sports. In his senior
year he was the only student to win
four insignias, and in this year and
his junior and sophomore years was
rated one' of the best halfbacks in
the central part of the state. In base-
ball the big boy has established a
reputation and should the University
decide to play the national game Cohn
will be a strong competitor for one
of the coveted positions.I
Last year Abe wentout for the All-
fresh team but early season injuries
kept the big gridder on the bench for
several weeks and seriously handi-
capped him in his playing. During the
first week 9f practice Abe was slatedf
for a regular job on the backfield and
showed the same hard fighting spirit
that has won him a place on the Var-
ity. In basketball his remarkable
playing .in the forward position guar-E
antees very keen competition for one
of Coach Mitchell's proteges after the
football season is over.
Cohn is a sophomore in the lit col-
lege a~d will be one of Yost's candi-
dates for the backfield position next
year.
Coach Hopes for
Return of Play er
k .4
Yearling Mentor Making Effort To
Replace Fletcher at End
Position
Fletcher, former acting captain and
star left end of the All-fresh football
team, who broke his collar-bone in the
Michigan-Military academy game the
Saturday of' the Varsity-Kalamazoo
college contest, will be kept out of the
battle with the Notre Dame freshmen
which is to be played here this week.
Although it was given out that he
would not be able to report again for
the rest of the present season, at the
time of the accident, it was hoped at
the end of last week that he would re-
turn.
His loss will in some measure be
made up for by" the return to the
team of Stuart, who has been out of
the game since the M. A. C. fresh mud
fight. He wil go in at full back and
this will add considerable weight to
the backfield-
An effort is being made by the fresh-
men mentor to find a man to fill up
the hole left by the loss of Fletcher.
An hour of last night's practice was
spent in running down punts and try-
ing out different men in the flanking

OUTCOME OF RNENLL CONTEST
HAS MADE PENNSY MENTOR
T UP
Philadelphia, Nov. 12.-Coach Fol-
well believes that his Red and Blue
gridders can make it two straight over
the Wolverines thIs year but he adds
in an after thought that he thoroughly
respects the strength of Yost's squad'
especially since their overwhelming
score against the Cornell aggregation.
The Penn adherents are anxious to
see the highly touted Wolverine team
and to date 15,000 to 20,000 football
rooters will crowd Franklin field in
expectations of seeing the Michigan-
ders defeated.
Pennsy Has Worked come Back
Though Coach Folwell's squad met
early season reverses the Red and
Blue team has shown a decided come
back since its disastrous defeat by
the Georgia Tech several weeks ago.
Since that time Swarthmore, Buck-
nell, Lafayette, Darthmouth and Penn-
sylvania Military college hae been1
beaten by a new team. Coach Glenn
Warner's famous squad were lu'cky to
score 14 points against Penn whoI
pushed one touchdown over the Pitt
goal line.
Dr. Wharton has cofie back to Phil-t
adelphia and since his arrival the light
Red and Blue line has improved won-t
derfully in the defensive game which
had been their weakest point, andl
Bob Fowell thinks they can hold the
Wolverine backfield for downs. He in-
sists that his veteran backfield com-
bination of Berry, Light and Bell, with
Strauss as substitute will.outplay the
crack Michigan backfield of Wieman,
Sparks, Hanish and Weston.
Same Old Star Berryt
Berry the man whom the Michigan
rooters will long remember for his
spectacular playing last year is even
exceeding his former reputation this
year as line plunger, open field runner,
forward passer and punter. He has
passed through the season without an
injury and is'Coach Fowell's best bet.1
Bell is the regular Red and Blue
quarter and barring a sudden injury inl
the Wolverine game will undoubtedlyI
prove a most troublesome faan to stopI
for the Michigan flankers and second-
ary line of defense. Light has first
call at the halfback position and is theI
best defensive player on the team.
Strauss is the new find and Pennsy4
rooters think he is of the same line
plunging calibre as Maulbetsech theit
sensational back of Michigan's elevenI
last year..
CoachrFowel has developed a wide
attack this year which includes a new,
shift that has been receiving consid-
erable attention since the Georgia1
Tech game and short and long passes
over the center. In no one of the pre1
ceeding games have the Red and Blue
coaches opened up any of their new
plays and considering the strength of
the Wolverine team variations fromf
the str.aight football will be in evid-t
ence Saturday.A

STEVE WILL FINISH FINALS OF
HARPHAM TROPHY CONTEST
NEXT SATURDAY MORNING
Coach Steve Farrell, believing that
athletics in this time of war are high-
ly essential to the making of strong
men, able to withstand the hard
knocks of trench life, is putting his
speedsters over the cinders this fall,
just as he has done in past years when
Michigan never knew what it meant
to have a shortage of material.
Last Saturday he sent the Varsity
over the five mile course, Sedgwick,
Maynard, and Stoll coming in together
with a time of 29:12, while the fresh-
men with Schimmel leading, Hough-
ton second, and Donavin third com-
pleted the three mile course in 18:34.
The coach announced that next Sat-
urday the men will run for the final
awards, and he would like to- have
more men out preparing for this event.
The Harpham Trophy will be award-
to the winner, the first three men will
get cups and the first six will be
awarded "cMc" sweaters. The Fresh-
men will run at the same time and
the first five finishing will be awarded
numerals.
Track manager R. M. Langley stated
that there is an excellent chance for
track men to carry away some honors
in this meet and he would like to see
more men come out this week and get
in training.
Both the coach and the manager are
well pleased with the showing the
men have made in practice runs
and with the interest the men are
taking.
FRATERNITY BOWLING TOURNEY
WILL MAKE ITS BOW TONIGHT

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MADISON AVENUE COR. 6
NEW Y
Telephone Aur

AT ARMORY

FRIDAY, NOV.
Music by eIk" F
Ban orIne-Saxaph'o

With everything ready to suit the
bowlers' taste the fraternity bowling
season will start at 7:30 o'clock to-
night at Hustons. The management
of the league will be given close at-
tention as in the past and the hearty
co-operation of the bowlers in making
this affair a sd'cess is necessary.
Other teams desiring to enter into the
league are urged to notify the man-
ager at once so the definite running
schedule may be posted in advance.
At present the following fraternities
have entered the league: Sigma Chi,
Alpha Delta Phi, Lamda Chi Alpha;
Phi- Delta Theta, Delta Upsilon, Kap-
pa Sigma, Phi Gamma Delta, Phi Kap-
pa Sigma and Theta Delta Chi.
The following schedule has been ar-
ranged for tonight: Sigma Chi vs. Al-
pha Dielta Phi, and Lamda Chi Alpha
vs. Delta Upsilon. For tomorrow
night the following two games will be
played: Kappa Sigma vs. Phi Delta
theta and Phi Gamma Delta vs. Phi
Kappa Sigma.
JOHNNY MAULBETSCH ATTRACTS
INTEREST AS FOOTBALL COACH
Johnny Maulbetsch, the famous
Michigan football star, who has been
engaged to -act as coach for Phillips-
university, during the next two years,
is attracting much interest in Okla-
homa sporting circles, and Enid foot-
ball fans are leaving their work every
afternoon to watch him and his husky
Oklahoma youths work out on the
campus.

Dancing 9 to 1

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To-day
November 13t1
with Samples of Ready-mr
Furnishings, Hats au
for Fall

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Genuine
French
Briar

BOSTON SALES-OFFICES
Tncl*ONTCOR. BOYLsrON'STREET

University Club Entertains Prof. Horta Graduate Club to Hold Social Meeting
Victor Horta, the Belgian architect A meeting of the Graduate club will'
lecturing at the University this week, be held at 8 o'clock Friday evening in
will be the guest of honor at an in- Barbour gymnasium. All members of
formal reception given by the Univer- the graduate school are invited and
sity club at 8 o'clock Wednesday even- married men are urged to bring their
ing, in Alumni Memorial hall. wives.

SPECIAL This week
1 Pound Michigan Seal Stai
2 Packages Envelopes, to m
7-5c
SLATE R'SBO
PHONE 430

WINNING THE WAR
AND FOOD CONTROL

Are very closely related and loom large in plans- of the nation at this time, but
eat some food at fairly regular intervals if we are to keep ourselves in shape to

THE RENELLEN HG
A PLACE OF DISTINCTIVE SERVICE
Is here to do its part toward keeping you fit and in condition to ca
we provide wholesome food for wholesome folk-eat wisely

live Campus Mix
ide by the Girls'
il-campus mixer
15, in Barbour
proceeds of the

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Hobbs, Peacock, and
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