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BOB FOLWELL SE'%DS BACIkIEN
THROUGH LONG* DRILL TO
DEVELOP SPEED
Philadelphia, Pa., Nov..'15.-Behind
barred gates Coach Bob Folwell sent
his gridders through a fast secret
practice. With Coaches Wharton,
Scarlet and Levine to help him, Fol-
well gave each man on the squad
individual pointers in his weaknesses
and noticeable improvement was seen
in the following shadow scrimmage.
Coach Folwell attempted to develop
more speed in the, backfield and paced
the men through a long drill of run-
ring and falling on the ball. The line
men were given a severe drill. In
blocking and opening holes and the
ends instructions in running down
taunts. With five coaches working ou
daily with the Red and Blue team, no
alibis will come from the Penn camp
that the men were not trained to the
highest degree.
No Rough Work
Trainer Lawson advised the rest
cure for his men and no rough work
was on the schedule for the day's pro--
gram. The Varsity lined up again'
the scrubs who were coached in th:
plays that Yost had sprung on the
Cornell team and the regulars were
shown the method of stopping th
Wolverine offense.
Captain Miller and Van Ginkle, the
star ends whom Coach Bob Folwell ex-
pects to prove troublesome to the
Michigan backfield, were instructed in
some new forward pass formation,
which will vary and should strengthen
the Red and Blue attack considerably
The Wolverines are credited with a line
that is made up of blockers and Penn
is looking for her ends and backfield
men to snatch the game away from
them by the varied series of forward
passes that Folwell has given out.
. Berry Still Lame
Howard Berry is still bothered by
bis side especially when grabbing foi
ward passes but the star is expected to
repeat his performance of last year.
The speedy fullback has been kicking
the ball from the field over the goal
posts from different angles during the
practices this week and this is one
of the ways which Coach. Bob Folwell
is banking to defeat Michigan.

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Pa., Penn. State vs. Minneapolis, Minn. Chicago vs. Mi-
nesota.
Pa., Lehigh vs. Penn. Evanston, Ill., Northwestern- vs.
j Iowa.
I., Brown, vs. Colby. 1 Lawrence, Kans., Nebraska vs. Kan-
Cornell vs. Marsh- sas.
Bloomington, Ind., DePauw vs. In-
Phillips Exeter vs. dxana.

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Manchester, N.1 f., Dartmouth vs.
Tufts.
Cambridge, Mass., Yale Fresh vs.

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Men Prepare For Notre
in Short Scrimmage;
ft Guard Undecided

Fifteen minutes were all that were
ecessary for the All-fresh football
am to run up 42 points on the Ann
rbor high team last evening on Fer-
' field.
In the last scrimmage before their
aal game, the yearlings ran races
nong themselves, tearing around end
r 45 yards, off tackle for 30 more
td then plowing through the center'
the line for a final ten.
Six counters -were made in rapid
.ccession, and goal was kicked by
sher after each one. Mitchell has
en hunting fdr a goal kicker all sea-
n, and although the Toledo boy was
ven a chance earlier in the fall and
In't come through, the fresh mento '
lieves he will now, after the kicking

Michigan's Team has been a
Sensation

But Watch for the
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Su !prIses
That will be Sprung at

men will line up Saturday
Peocock or Karpus, l.e.;
VanWagner or Lent, l.g.;
c.; Henry, r.g.; Peocock
r.t.; Boville, r.e.; Ursch-
r, l.h.; Bailey, r.h.; Stuart,

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line

Mitchell has been unable to choose
between Karpus and Peocock for left
end. If he picks the former, the De-
troit boy is apt to start the game at
right tackle, and if Peocock is the
choice for the flanking position Free-
man will start at the tackle position.
At left guard VanWagner and Lent
are fighting it out for the right to
=tart the battle against Notre Dame.
FINALS IN TENNIS TOURNAMENT.
PLAYED TOMORROW MORNING
The finals in the tennis tournament
will be played tomorrow on the Ferry
field. courts, providing the weather is

Sleeper Crawls Through Waco Trench
Camp MacArthur, Waco, Texas, Nov.
15.-Calling it "Great sport," Govern-
or Sleeper crawled through trenches
and dugouts on his tour of inspection
today, missing nothing of the train-
ing of the Michigan boys preparing
for- actual fighting in the trenches.
In the morning the governor rode
with Brigadier General Louis C.
Covell, of Grand Rapids, and watched
the troops in action.
Two additional French officers have
arrived here to speed up the training
work and teach American soldiers
Games Tomorroiv
EAST
Philadelphia, Pa., University of
Pennsylvania vs. Michigan.
Annapolis, Md., Navy vs. Villanova.
West Point, N. Y., Army vs. Lebanon
Valley.
Pittsburg, Pa., Pittsburgh vs. Car-
negie Tech.
Williamston, Mass., Williams vs
Amherst.
Dance at Armory from 9-12 every
Saturday night.-Adv.

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pected to be the main-
iigan team on defense
ighting center admits
fed on offense so far
is ready now to play
life, Michigan's fans
ronderful performance

Thursday, Nov.

All New Stunts!

The Livest
Entertainment
of the Year!

Make

There remains one game to be play-
ed in the semi-finals to determine who
will play Egbert in the final battle.
In this match Bartz, who played
on the Wisconsin University tennis
team last year, meets Hamer, who was
defeated in the finals two years ago

al enthusiasts Both men have been putting up a
ng of the season very fast game this fall and this will
day afternoon in be one of the fastest matches that
have been played, since both men are
ion were discuss- determined to meet Egbert, who has
ods for the class. had easy sailing thus far, winning all
as follows: Sen- his matches by easy margins.

' WINNING THE WAR
AND FOOD CONTROL

and Tuesdays at 4:30
, Tuesdays and Thurs-
o'clock; sophomores,
Wednesdays at 4:30
en, Wednesdays at 3:30
ednesdays and Thurs-
:lock.
vans, director of phy-
expressed the opinion
be more real basket-
rivalry this year than
he quantity and qualit -
.aterlal for this sport
n of its success.

Either of these men should be able
to give the little Californian a hot
battle, although he has put up the
best brand of tennis that has been
played thus far.
Boxing Gets Chance in St. Louis
St. Louis, Mo., Nov. 15.-Boxing will
be given a chance to thrive in St.
Louis despite the recent police raid
on one club for violation of the mem-
bership rule.
Under the new police edict the con-
tests will be cut from twelve to eight
rounds and the clubs will not be per-
mitted to sell tickets to members after
6 o'clock on the night of the contest.
While the promoters say the rule for-
bidding the sale of tickets after the
prescribed hour is a hard blow the
clubs will live up to regulations.

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

THE RENELLEN
A PLACE OF DISTINCTIVE SERVICE
Is here to do its part toward keeping you fit and in condi
we provide wholesome'food for wholesome folk-c

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