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11 I

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FOR PENN

wenty Men With Yost, Tuthill, Wat-
son, and Douglass Depart For
Penn This Afternoon
)HN TO PLAY LEFT HALF IN'
PLACE OF INJURED SPARKS
eteran Back Fails To Recover From
Old Wound Received In
Early Game
Michigan's Varsity squad, 20 strong,
aves this afternoon for Philadelphia
hook up in battle with Penn's
'ome-back" team.
The Wolverines expect to win. They
el that they will take Penn into
mp as they have Nebraska, M. A. C.,
d Cornell. They are going out to
ht to the last ditch and they are
termined to make Folwell's men re-
ize they have been in a real scrap
fore the decision is made.
But Penn seems just as confident. of
ctory,while Coach Folwell is admited-
more confident than is Coach Yost.
ie former has given out a statement
at Penn is able to meet and defeat
ty team in the country. Yost has
erely remarked, ,when he read that
atement that "he was from Missou-
Sparks Not To Start
The Varsity will be handicapped by
4e loss of Sparks, who has not yet
covered from the bumphe received
the Cornell game. Cohn will start
left half, although Cliff may get a
ance somewhere in the contest. This
rift will add weight to the/ team but
spite Cohn's ability, and he is one
the best backs in prospect that
)st has had in years, Sparks will be
[ssed.
The rest of the team will line up
it did in the Cornell game with
oyd and Goetz playing the ends,
eske and Goodsell at the tackles,
ilver and Fortune, guards, Lambert
center, Weston, quarterback, Han-
I and Cohn, halves, and Wieman
aying fullback. Some of the men
ve taken on weight in the past few
,ys afid the team :average will be
gher Saturday than it has been since
e start of the season.
The team will stop over in Wayne,
nnsylvania, tomorrow afternoon
.d night, working out there in the
ternoon. Yost will take his men
Franklin field just in time for the
.me Saturday noon.
Scrimmage Yesterday
Yesterday afternoon another light
rimmage was indulged in but Yost
ye most of his attention to the per-
etion of signals and plays, with Wie-
an punting and place kicking and
e others taking turns throwing for-
ard passes.
There is no sign of over-confidence
the team now. There was a ten-
ncy toward this before the Cornellj
me for the men were sure of vie-i
ry then. But Penn is known to havei
strong team and the men expect
al competition. Yost said yester-
y afernoon that the early games1
uld be as nothing compared with
i one.1
The squad that will make the trip
-ng with Coach Yost, assistant coach-
Watson and Douglass, and Trainer
ithill '"will be: Lambert, Culver,
wrtune, Goodsell, Weske, Goetz,
>yd, Weston. Wieman, Hanish, Cohn,
arks, Genebach, Froejmke, Cruse,
re; Cartwright, Morrison, Lindstrom,
d Beath.

Aitchell Looking
For New Left Lnd
Injury to Fletcher Forces Coach to
Seek Another Sub-
stitute
Coach Mitchell scrimmaged hi's two
teams of freshmen last evening in an
effort to determine whom he will play
at left end Saturday against the Notre
Dame aggregation. J
Hogan, the fast Hoosier quarter-
back, will have to be stopped, if the
yearlings are to win and a man to
cover the flanking position left vac-
ant by the loss of Fletcher, through a
broken collar-bone, must be found.-
Hogan's open field running beat M.
A. C.
Besides stopping Hogan it will be the
work of the new end to play against
Wrape the Catholic's right end, and
captain. Wrape is the strongest de-
fenst player on the Indiana team.
Two other men to be looked out for
are Dooley at fullback, who is a pow-
erful line plunger, and Vohs at left
tackle. The latter covers the whole
of the left side of the line.
Notre Dame's lineup is as follows:
Miles or Hoar, I.e.; Vohs, l.t; Owens,
l.g.; Cooney or Merch, c.; Murphy, rg.;
Blum, r.t.; Wrape, captain, r.e.; Hogan,
q.; Donovan, l.h.; Lombardo, r.h.;
Dooley, f.b.
FO ELCHANCES PLANS
FOR WOLVERINE CONTEST
PENN COACH SJ+EKS TO PERFECT
FORWARD PASS ATTACK
FOR SATURDAY
Philadelphia, Pa., Nov. 14.- Coach
Bob Folwell decided to change his
system after he heard the straight dope
on the powerful attack of the Wolver-
ine team from Coach Miller who scout-
ed the Michigan team in their game
with Cornell. He is striving to per-
fect the forward passing game as he
now believes that his only chances of
downing the Yost squad is in this dif-
ficult phase of the game.
Strauss, the Texan line plunger, did
not appear on the field today, while£
Dieter, guard, ran through signals on
Franklin field with the squad. His
face showed the marks of Neely's
stump arm, the Dartmouth one armed
wonder.
Drill Secondary Defense
The secondary defense men were
'given individual instruction in.the fin-
er points of the game by Buck Wharton
and he instructed the linemen in of-
fensive tactics believing them suffic-
iently versed in the defense to stop the
Wolverines.
VanGinkle and Heine Miller the ends
were given some new pointers in flank
attacks and came in for considerable
praise from the coaches for their speed
in getting down the field under punts
in the Dartmouth game.
Squad in Condition
Lawson Robertson, the trainer,
thinks that it is creditable how the
gridders came out of lastaturday's
battle without any serious injuries and
expects that all the men will be in
shape for the Michigan game.
An X-ray picture of Berry's side
showed that no bones were broken and
the star will be in the game.
Texas university is considering the
abolition of entrance fees. Students
will be required to pay only the li-

brary and laboratory fees, if the new
plan is adopted.

CAME SAURDAYWILL
AFETBGTEN TILT
OHIO STATE-ILLINOIS CONTEST4
OF BIG IMPORTANCE TO
CONFERENCE RACE
Chicago, Nov. 14.-Followers of
Western Conference football elevens,
little the wiser as to the outcome of
the 1917 championship struggle as a
result of the.Nov. 10 games, will be
confronted with plenty of "dope" by
the time next Saturday's contests are
decided. The four undefeated con-.
ference elevens-Ohio State, Illinois,
Chicago, and Michigan-will all be in
action that day and the meeting of the
first two at Columbus will have a di-
rect bearing on the title. Chicago must
defeat Minnesota on the latter's home
gridiron to remain in the race and
Michigan meeting the University of
Pennsylvania at _Philadelphia, is re-
lied upon to keep middle west foot-
ball on the plane gained by its victory
over Cornell and Notre Dame's defeat
of the Army.
The schedule makers could scarcely
have hit upon a more fitting climax to
Ohio State's season if they had de-
liberately planned the outcome of the
1917 games in advance. When the
Buckeyes line up against the Illini they
will be starting their final game of
the conference season and facing the
one team that has the clearest right
to dispute the championship with
them. Each team has defeated Wis-
consin and each has thus far met ev-
ery test, although Illinois' inability
to get better than a scoreless tie with
Chicago is regarded by some as a
black mark on its record.
Chicago's surprise team, which suc-
cessfully stood its first acid test of
the season in the Illinois game, proba-
bly will have all kinds of trouble
keeping its record intact at Minneap-
olis. Although Minnesota was defeated
by Wisconsin, its followers blame ov-
er-confidence for that result and look
for better results Saturday.
One student was seriously injured
and 13 others less- seriously' injured
in the recent underclass rush held at
DePauw. A regular battle raged for
a half hour.

OFFICERS' TEAMS TO MEET
ON STAGG FIELD DECEMBER 1
Rockford, Ill., Nov. 14.-All the les-
ser athetic interests in Camp Grant
are in eclipse following the official an-
a nouncement that the officers' team

FARRELL WILL CLOSE CROSS
COUNTRY SEASON SATURDAY
Owing to the lack of material and
interest taken in the cross country
team this year Coach Steve Farrell
has announced that the season for this

representing the. Eighty-Sixth divis- branch of track athletics will close.Sat-
ion will meet the picked eleven repre- urday with the Harpham Trophy meet.
senting the Eighty-Fifth division No new men have come out in the last
in Camp Custer on Stagg field, Chica- few days and the coach decided that
go, December 1. \ The game will be the material on hand would not be a
marked both as a gridiron contest ex- fair representation of Michigan in com-
traordinary and as a means of supply- petition with other colleges.
ing athletic funds for both divisions. Shortly after Thanksgiving, track

Just what the calibre of th
is this year is not known
Sedgwick, Eddie Carroll'
mate last year, Johnson, s
year's All-fresh track tean
Firoemke and several other
fresh and Varsity men b
seems to be no reason why
should not have a wari
team that will give a goo
of itself.
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