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November 17, 1917 - Image 3

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The Michigan Daily, 1917-11-17

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IOTRE DAME BATTLES
ALL-FRESH TODAY

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160
Berry
f. b.

EAST
Pa., University

Philadelphia,

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161
Light
r. h.

173
Strauss
Lh.

COACH MITCHELL PREDICTS
BATTLE, BUT IS CONFIDENT
OF VICTORY

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149
Bell
q.'

AdvantageI

170
Miller
r. e.
1. e.
Goetz
184

179
Thomas
r. t.
1. t.
Goodsell
199

184
Dieter
r. g.
1. g.
Culver
191

162
Wray
C.

160
Cleary
1. g.
r. g.
Fortune
189'

168
Maynard
1. t.

180
VanCinckle
1. e.

C.
Lambert
160

r. t.
Weske'
185

r. e.
Boyd
189

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g at the leash
.h Penn's war-
lon on Frank-

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Cohn
170

r. h.
Hanish
169

f. b.
Wieman
191

Total weight Penn team: 1,845 pounds. Average weight Penn team
167 pounds.
Total weight Michigan team: 1,976 pounds. Average weight Michigan
team: 179 pounds.
Total weight Penn line: 1,202. Average weight Penn line: 171.

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show the
west men

Total weight Michigan line: 1,297.
Total weight Penn backfield: 643.
Total weight Michigan backfield:
field: 169.

Average weight Michigan line: 185.
Average weight Penn backfield: 160.
679. Average weight Michigan back-

In the first full time game of the
season, the All-fresh football team
meets the Notre Dame yearlings on
Ferry field this afternoon at 2:30
o'clock.
The freshmei( coach predicted that
the game would be a hard one but he
expects his team to win by at least
one or two touchdowns. He layed
aside the fact that the hoosiers beat
M. A. C.'s first year team by only one
touchdown, by saying, "the game was
played in Lansing and on a dry field,"
and also added that, "if there should
be trouble there was but little doubt
about his gridders coming out on the
long end of the score."
Throughout the fall the verdants
have played preliminaries before the
Varsity battles and no time was given
them for four fifteen minute quarters.
At Tiffin, Ohio, when they played Heid-
elberg the train schedule required ten
minute periods and so the freshmen
have not had the opportunity to prove
their worth in an entire sixty minute
struggle. Today's, which is the last
game of the present season, the fifteen
minute quarters will be played and
Mitchell's proteges will show their
wears in a full hour's scrap for the'
first time.
The fresh backfield will be the heav-
iest of the year, with Stuart, Usher,
Bailey and Urschell behind the line,
and these huskies are also in the best
possible trim. The yearling mentor
has as yet been unable to decide be-
tween Peocock and Karpus on end
and VanWagner and Lent at guard,
but with these exceptions the team
will line up as they have throughout
the fall..
Mitchell has handed his men some
new tricks and these will be let loose
on the Catholics. The practice during
the past two weeks has been of the
hardest kind as the coach wanted his
playprs in the best condition. This fall
the yearlings have dropped but one
game, to Heidelberg, and a victory
tomorrow gives this years All-fresh a
record equal to the fresh team, led by
Maulbetsch.

Pennsylvania vs. Michigan.
Annapolis, Md., Navy vs. Lebanon
Valley.
Pittsburg, Pa., Pittsburg vs. Car-
negie Tech.
Syracuse, N. Y., Syracuse vs. Col-
gate.
State College, Pa., Penn. State vs.
Maryland Stat6.
Providence, R. I., Brown vs. Colby.
Ithaca, N. Y., Cornell vs. Marsh-
ham.
WEST
Columbus, O., Illinois vs. Ohio State.
Minneapolis, Minn., Chicago vs. Min-
nesota.

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Patronize Our Adver

This military style Boot in
hogany, tan or black Russ
a good looker as well as a
real comfort! One of
values to be had anywhere.

Kalamazoo, Mi<
azoo.
Detroit, Mich.,
al vs. Detroit U.

The College Ma

BEAK WESTON
'enn players, who have been
to stop the speedy Michigan
his end runs, are due to be
d by some of the plays which
s built about this man, and
's aerial attack, which will
ted to in great measure to-
afternoon, will depend upon
lad.
rhole team is anxious to get
fray. The signal drill this af-
saw the Michigan men play-
a vim and spirit that augers
he men who face them tomor-
ie dream of a clean slate and
jionship season is uppermost
hinds of the Wolverines and
not going to relinquish their
national fame without a bat-
ty Has Weight Advantage
an will hold a big weight ad-
over Penn.- The whole Wol-
eam bests the Penn aggrega-
12 pounds, the line tipping the
me 14 odd pounds more than
st trench opponents while the
bor backfield is nine pounds
an heavier.
team is admittedly fast and
a hard man to stop. But Yost
n coaching his ends all week
i fast to stop the speedy Blue
and if the star of last year's
n-Penn fray gets away on
ns tomorrow, it will be only
oyd and Goetz, as well as
and Lambert, have been car-
n the field.
iting confidence prevails to-
ad the spirit of the Wolverines
ted to carry them through the
game on their schedule with
olors.
ors of several df the leading
for the blind in a meeting at
g, voted to ask the council of
defense to undertake the care

COACH MITCHELL STATS
BASKET-BALL WORKOUTS
FIRST CUT IN THE SQUAD OF MEN
NOW PLAYING WILL OCCUR
DEC. 1ST
Varsity basketball will soon begin
in earnest. Coach Mitchell is giving
candidates short workouts daily
and, with the close of the freshman'
football season this afternoon, he will
be able to give his undivided atten-
tion to basketball aspirants.
There have been a few short scrim-
mages in order to determine the abil-
ity of the men, but no cuts will be
made till the first of December. How-
ever, the latter part of next week the
coach will pick a first squad, and the
rest of the candidates will practice till
the end of this month, so that no one
of ability can possibly be overlooked.
There are only 30 men reporting
regularly although 45 signed up, but
it is expected that the number of can-
didates will be greatly augmented at
the close of the football season. The
pigskin chasers will probably be giv-
en two weeks rest before taking up,
basketball. By that time Coach Mitch-
ell will have a good line on his men
already out,so that he can make a cut
as soon as the footballers report.
Four squads will be kept working
all winter,-the varsity, the varsity
reserves, the all-fresh, and the fresh
reserves. Coach Mitchell plans to
keep about a dozen men on each of
these squads. Special attention will
be given to the freshmen, as basket-
ball is a new major sport at Michigan
and will have to be developed.
There are several good men for the
forward and guard positions, but cen-
ter presents a more difficult problem.
Bartz, Later, and Price have been
showing' up best among the candi-
dates. Richener, Bornstein, Daines,
Brown, Hulett, Van Boven, and Edison
have been doing well at the forward
positions, while Rowley, McClintock,
Horwitz, Cooper, Clark, Geriepy, and
Ruzicka have shown the most class
among the guards. It will be an er
week, however, before the men's real
worth can be judged, as some :of the
candidates are not yet in condition.
The schedule this year is a hard
one. It is made up of 14 stiff contests.
There will be 10 Conference games,
two with M. A. C., two with Case, and
one with Kalamazoo college. The
first game is with Case at Cleveland,
December 15.
ECONOMICS PROFESSORS TO
LECTURE BEFORE GRANGES

at $8.00 and.$9.00

SAME STYLE IN BLACK AND
WINE CORDOVA AT $11.00

The "Fyfe" label on a pair of shoes is a guarantee that th
been made on the highest standards of quality, workmanship,
finish. The next time you want shoes, come to Fyfe's, Detroit.
183-185 Woodward Avenue DET

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ShehnsAthleti~c G oods

Hundreds of dollars worth of Athletic Goods (some slightly soiled) will be offered at big re
beginning SATURDAY, the 17th,
Prepare for Gym classes now. Buy your Basketball, Hockey, Tennis and Baseball goods
save money at SHEEHAN'S Athletic Goods Sale.

RIGHT HALF, LIGHT

This man, one of the veterans :f
Penn's backfield, will be watched
closely by the Yost men this afternoon.
Light is a fast man and teams well
with Berry, the Penn star. Michigan's
problem will be to stop this man as
well as the twinkling fullback.
en on the regular series of complimen-
tary twilight recitals.
The program will consist of num-
bers by Beethoven, Webber, Raff, and
Liszt, with Albert Lockwood, pianist,
as soloist.
The orchestra is under the leader-
ship of Samuel Pierson Lockwood.
You will always find bargains ID
Daily advertisements. Read them.

We are listing a few of our Specials:
$2.50 Sweat Shirts ......... ........ ..$1.25
.2.00 Tennis Shoes......................85
.60 Ankle Supports (leather and elastic) . .30
60 Athletic Stockings...................30
GYM SPECIALS'
50c Gym Shirts .... ... ............30e,
0c Gym Pants... ..... ............30e
$2.50 Spaulding Track Shoes, all sizes....$1.40
FOOTBALL SPECIALS
$4.00. and $5.00 Football Shoes............$2.40
$2.00 Football Pants........ ... .. ... 1.20
Also Shoulder Pads, Helmets, and Footballs
at equal reductions.
OUR COMPLETE STOCK WILL BE
CHOICE.

BASEBALL SPECIALS
$4.00 and $5.00 Baseball Shoes............
2.50 Baseball Gloves.................
1.00 Indoor Baseballs ..................
Also Balls, Bats, Mits, and other articl
at like prices.
Tennis Rackets, Tennis Balls, Hokey Pu
Sticks at 40 per cent reductions.

CLOSED OUT.

COME EARLY A

SHEEHAN & CON'

The Olde:
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BECAUSE OF REMOVAL
FROM THE CITY

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We will serve our Ann Arbor patrons for the last time, during

Sunday November 18th.

Lectures by Prof. I. Leo Sharfman
and Prof. George W. Dowrie of the
economics department, will be given
at the conference of clubs and granges
to be held at the city Y. M. C. A., Fri-
day and Saturday, Nov. 23 and 24.
Professor Sharfman will speak Fri-
day afternoon on "The Relation of the
War to the Farm." Professor Dow-
rie's topic is "The High Cost of Liv-
ing." He will lecture Saturday after-
noon.
Symphony Orchestra Plays Thursday
Fifty strong the University Sym-
phony Orchestra, will make its first
appearance of the year at 4 o'clock
Thursday afternoon, Nov. 22, in, Hill

THE RENELLEN HOSPICE
A PLACE OF DISTINCTIVE SERVICE
Wishes to thank its friends for their cordial patronage during its stay among you.

I will be glad to greet my friends
once mre

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