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MODERN & SANITARY

Sport Dope Makes Pennsy Game
Supreme Chance for National
Recognition
HOPEFUL OF RESULT, COACHES
ARE FAR FROM OPTIMISTIC
Yost Holds Post Mortem on Dart-
mouth Clash and Points To Penn's
17 First Downs
Though far from optimistic over th'
chances of Michigan in the Penn game
Saturday, the Wolverine players and
coaches are hopeful for a good show-
ing and are, determined to put up a
real battle.
Michigan's supreme chance to gain
national recognition will come in this
game with Folwell's warriors. Al-
though the Philadelphia school ha's
lost a couple of games, it has held
Pitt, recognized as one of the best in
the east, to a low score, and has d6--
feated Dartmouth.
Title Claim Looms Bright
If Michigan is able to beat Penn
by a score larger than that Pitt roll-
ed up, the Wolverines will be in line
for a claim on the national 1917 foot-
ball, title. If Michigan falls before
the Blue, then the record of the sea-
son so far goes for naught.
The Yost men realize their oppor-
tunity and are working hard to take
advantage of it and the prospects are
good for an even game with Michigan
holding the outside odds because of the
showing so far this season.
Penn Makes 17 First Downs
Coach Yost pointed out yesterday
afternoon that Penn made 17 first
downs on Dartmouth and ran the ball
over 400 yards, covering enough
ground to score three touchdowrns hac
things broken a little differently. The
Michigan mentor feels that this show
ing is indicative of the strength of
Michigan's next opponents.
Yesterday afternoon Yost sent his
men through a light scrimmage, work-
ing his linemen hard, and had the rest
of the squad practicing, passing and
kicking. The men are in fair shape,
though nearly every one of them lost
weight in the Cornell game because
of the extreme heat.
The practice this afternoon will be
the last one before the team leaves for
Philadelphia. The men will work out
in Wayne, Pennsylvania, for a short
time Friday.
RELIEF IN COAL
SITUATION NEAR

* Th'ursday afternoon at 2:39 *
* o'clock, Michigan's football team *
* leave the Michigan Central depot *
* for Philadelphia to play Penn's *
* strong eleven. *
* According to the Varsity coaches *
* this game will be the hardest of *
* the year, and the Wolverines have '
* faced some severe competition this *
* fall. Penn has a fighting team, a *
strong team, one 'that will put up *
* a batttle from start to finish. *
* Michigan's eleven must fight if *
* is to win. It is up to the student *
* body to instill this fight into the *
* players. We must send an eleven *
* down to Philadelphia which will *
* battle on to the last ditch to keep *
* Michigan's slate clean this year, to *
* give Michigan the national reputa- *
* tion she deserves. *
* Thursday afternoon at 2:39 *
* o'clock is the time, the Michigan *
* Central depot is the place. And *
* if you are a loyal Michigan man *
* or a loyal Michigan woman you *
* will be in front of University hall *
* ready to go to the depot at 2 *
* o'clock. *
* The band will be there. The *
* cheer leaders will be there. The *
* student body must be there. Let's *
* go Michigan! *

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. their final game, against GERMAN SUBMARINE MINE LAYER
ime yearlings on 'Ferry RENAMED BY U. S. GOVERNMENT
ay, was the opinion of
:itchell, and Fletcher, ex- New York, Nov. 13.-"U-Buy-a-Bond"
n. is the name of a German submarine
rs met the M. A. C. fresh- mine layer, now on its way up the
at Lansing and defeated Hudson river to Canada. The vessel
>n their own field 7 to 0. which was formerly known as th-
its took the aggies across U C 5, was rechristened a short time
of three touchdowns it ago in Central Park, New York.
r that Mitchell's pro- It is carried by two big barges and
edge on the Catholics. is due to arrive in Montreal Nov. 15.
can be looked for, how- It- will proceed up the St. Lawrence,
South Benders have a through the Great Lakes, and down the
victories to favor them. Mississippi to the gulf, so that 25,000,-
ect Hard Fight 000 persons may see an example of
e looking for the biggest German workmanship.
year and are prepared to Maj. L. K. Davis, representing the
rs battle. The game will Liberty Loan committee of the second
e according to the fresh ? federal reserve district, Edward G.
ot until the final whistle Murray, president of the Murray trans-
[1 the outcome be known. portation company, and the Victory
esterday, consisted of a Loan committee of Canada, are in
orward passing, and go- charge of the boat during the jburnev.
punts. An end to take
ce is still being sought, ! Ever eat a chicken pie all yourself?
orts favor Stuart for the Try one 15c any day. McCain's 614
Monroe.-Adv.

Lansing, Mich., Nov. 13.-State Fuel
Administrator W. K. Prudden states
that relief in the coal situation is
near at hand. In Mr. Prudden's opin-
ion, the federal order allowing coal
jobbers and others having contracts
previous to Aug. 21 to sell at an ad-
vance over the price fixed by the gov-
ernment will place thousands of tons
of coal on the market in Michigan.
According to Mr. Prudden, 85 per
cent of the lake shipments are filled
and a few more days of suitable
weather will see the situation well in,
hand thorughout the entire state.
Mr. Prudden has beenempowered by
the national fuel administration au-
thorities to fix coal pr.ices at Michigan
mines. He has arranged for a confer-
ence on this matter to be held here
today between the federal state advis-
ory committee and representatives of
the Saginaw valley mine owners as-
sociation.
ORATORICAL ASSOCIATION FOR
WOMEN HOLDS FIRST MEETING
At the. first meeting of the Girls'
Oratorical association Monday evening,
Mabel Peterson spoke on the "Present
Italian Situation." Impromptu speech-
es were given by Victoria Adams, Ruth
Norton, Beatrice Havinghurst, and
Margaret Yale. The association has
rented the Alpha Nu rooms where they
will hold their meetings every Mon-
day evening at 7 o'clock.
Officers' Uniforms and accessories
G. H. Wild & Co., State Street.--Adv

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MULEN'S CAETS START
UFORTH FIUL SCHDULE
EIGHT ATHLETIC ASSISTANTS
CHOSEN TO SUPERVISE THE
WORK AS PLANNED
Lieut. George C. Mullen's 1,600 mli-
tary cadets conmenced active work
on the.fourth physical training sched-
ule yesterday afternoon on Ferry
field. The athletic activities are lim-
ited to upperclassmen, and are under
the supervision of Dr. George A. May,
phyisical director of Waterman gym-
nasium. The freshmen classes for
the miltary students are being held
on the regular days in the gymnas-
ium.
Eight athletic assistants have been
chosen for this week from members
of the first regiment. The assistants
are as follows: 50 yard dash, Lilley,
company A, and Ashbolt, company E;
broad jump, Rankin, company B, and
Doty, company' F; relaxed running,
Pollock, company C, and Mack, com-
pany G; shot putting, Stevens, com-
pany D, and Osterman, company H.
Change One, Schedule Four
Yesterday afternoon the cadets con-
formed to the followin schedule
Schedule four, change onesc4:25'-
clock-first regiment, company A,
shot putting; company B, 50-yard
dash; company C, broad Jump, and
company D, relaxed running; 4:40 o'-
clock-companyrE, shot putting; com-
pany F, 50-yard dash; company G,
broad jump, and company H, relaxed
running.
The remainder of the program will
take place when the weather per-
mits. A lecture will be given by
Lieutenant Mullen this afternoon in
Hill auditorium. The other changes
ofY schedule are:
Program For Different Companies
Schedule four, change two, 4:25 o'-
clock-first regiment, company I, shot
putting; company K, 50-yard dash;
company L, broad Jump, and company
M, relaxed running; 4:40 o'clock-
second regiment, company A, shot
putting; company B, 50-yard dash;
company C, broad jump, and company
D, relaxed running.
Schedule four, change three, 4:25
o'clock-second regiment, company E,
shot putting; company F, 50-yard
dash; company G, broad jump, and
company H, relaxed running; 4:40 o'-
clock-second regiment, company I,
shot putting; company K, 50-yard
dash; company L, broad Jump, and
company M, relaxed running.
Walk on the Rug in front of our
store; we are giving this test to learn-
the quality of the Rug; size of the rug
is 8 ft. 3' in. by 10 ft. 6 in. Value
$63.00. Martin Haller. 112-22 E. Lib-
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Because of the return to the Univer
sity on leave of E/fG. Dudley, '181
track manager elect; who has been wit
the Michigan naval reserves -at th
Great Lakes naval training statior
R. M. Langley, '18E, has resigned a
acting track manager. The resigna
tion was accepted at the meeting of th
board of directors of the Athletic asse
ciation Tuesday night, and Langle'
was elected to the office of interschol
astic manager. The resignation a
J. M. McKinney, '19M, as a membe
of the board in control of athletic
was also accepted.
The board of directors of the Athlet
ic association is at present compose(
of P. G. Bartelme, director of outdoo
athletics; C. F. Boos, '18, football man
ager; E. G. Dudley, '18E, track man
ager; J. B. Reid, '18, baseball manag
er; R. M. Langley, '18E, interscholastic
manager; G. F. Nye, 'L9, basketbal
manager, and C. W. Neumann, '18
intercollege manager. The studen
members of the board in control o
athletics are J. R. Darnall, '18M, J. W
Thomas, '18L, and J. G. Sharpe, '18E.
SEA ATTRACTS YOUTHS WHO
LIVE INLAND, SAYS GUNNEI
Great Lakes, Ill., Nov. 13,-"ThE
greater the distance from the sea, the
greater the attraction the sea has fo:
young men," said Gunner John Sharpe
U. S. N., in charge of the importan'
receiving camp at the Great Lakes
naval training station. His observation
was prompted by the discovery of twi
youths who had deserted the army tc
get into the navy. Both were from in-
land states, one being from Arkansas
and the other from Colorado. ' Botl
had joined the army in company witi
older boy friends in thefr home town
and both had skipped the army- camp
after viewing a parade of bluejackets
in a city adjacent to the army camp

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Military announcements
on the special bulletin bc
diately after the day's drill
rapidly being made for
regiment smoker to be 'b
o'clock Saturday afternoor
ion. The returns of the Pe
Michigan game will be :
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