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November 21, 1917 - Image 3

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The Michigan Daily, 1917-11-21

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'URPLE ELEVEN GIVEN HARD
WORKOUT BY COACH
FRED MURPHY
Evanston, Ill., Nov. 20.-Coach Fred
[urphy lived up to the schedule he
ad planned for this week and sent his
lanned for this week and sent his
ten through a light but spirited
crimmage with the Freshmen this af--
rnoon.

on Ferry field ye
i street clothes ai
as out of the gan
,he season, a tc

FRESHMEN STAY OUT TO GIVE
VARSITY MEN SCRIMMAGI:
The Michigan All-fresh football
team has finished its official season but
is to remain out for practice until
Thursday night, in order to give the
Varsity any scrimmage they might de-
sire.
Thursday evening the team will
elect a captain, there having been no
regular one all season. Fletcher, left
end, who broke his collar-bone in the
Michigan Military Academy game, has
been acting leader this fall.
Last evening those of the yearling,;
iegulars who were not disabled in th,
Notre Dame scrap last Saturday, won
from the Varsity scrubs 6 to 0, in 30
minutes play. Bailey, Wetzel and
Tinchae played the best football of the
scrimmage, Wetzel scoring the counter

Chicago, Nov. 20.-
in the Conference to
day will settlensec(
the Big Ten, Chicag
inois, and Wisconsir
for the position. E
Conference will be
Wigonnand (?b

.e final

IN ACTION ON SI
SECOND HONORS TO BE
IN GAMES PLAYED
WEEK

a

an appears
e bi- boy

the The varsity did not find stiff oppo-
ance sition from the yearlings and raced
through the line for several long
stlCl gans, and the freshgmen were instruct-
still
ed to hammer at the weak points in
en- 'the Purple line which showed improve-
er ment from the individual instructions
ine . given them yesterday.
' The backfield was taken to one side
ss- pf the field and sent through a long
that practice of running down punts, sig-
up Jnals, and forward passing, as Coach
heir Murphy is endeavoring to develop
mrmore speed in his backmen and more
accuracy in their handling of the
forward pass. The men were also
given a short drill in falling on the
)AY ball and interference tactics since the
Purple mentor is not overlooking a
ake single point in the rudimentary know-
the ledge of the game.
irse Line Given Hard Work
hen The linemen also came in for some
first Attention in today's practice and each
man was given a hard session in
con- blocking and pocketing a man to keep
irse him out of a play. Coach Murphy de-
be manded speed of the ends and sent
ctor the flankers down after punts\and for-
ish- ward passes until darkness prevented
l be practice.
the Both students and players are tak-
linc ing livelier interest in the coming
ned Wolverine battle than ever before be-
cause the clean victory over the
ned iowans showed the Purple team is
con- equal in calibre to those of preceding
an- years. Gridiron fans all over, are
ter- anxiously awaiting the clash as it will
1 of give them an opportunity to watch
ser- how the Wolverines will stack up
by pgainst one of the strongest teams
in the Conference and also give them
an opportunity to, draw conclusions
as to the relative merits of football
out played in different sections of the
ad- country.
ery Sale of Tickets Heavy
the The sale of tickets is reported to be

the most p
which is s
setback at
week, will
smash the

the

n,- -l1 U . l,
Dr. Walker Advises Underclass Women three stars of t
"Do not study immediately after a their last game
heavy meal," said Dr. Eloise Walker in meet Minnesota
an address to women students of the Ohio State last
University assembled in Sarah Caswelt nesota was clea
Angell hall yesterday afternoon. "Try but the supporte
to avoid hearty noon lunches when you ders look for
have 12:30 classes to follow." Minnesota scra
"Digestion and Food Values," was team to win.
the subject chosen for Dr. Walker's C Indiana and
third hygienic lecture. She explain- "grudge" affair
ed the importance of the various diges- which the chami
tive organs and compiled a list of will be settled.
"don'ts" for the benefit of women stu- these teams hasv
dents. they have clea

some mi
of the c

We Are H ta

See Our Army Shirts at
Leather Puttees, Army
We can save you money
TAKE A LOOK AT

,s

e made

Wool-lined and Unlin(
We are agents for the
Tinker
So. State
CLOTHES F

vy, 2,000 being alloted to tl
at the Great Lakes trani

Jack-'
sta-

RRO

I

THE

VARSITY

BAND

In a half-hour Concert of the best Band Music you will ever hear.

JR"
KK, PHIL CARROLL, ALDEN
-KER

E. REIDER

HOWARD,

& CO. IN "ACTION"
F. D. Reider and Jimmie Hole

aradise"

.L 0 ' .

)WN 4-TETTE
G, BOES, HODGE, SCHUNTZ, with
O'DONNELL at the Piano
LE 'CHIC."'
q BROOKS '19; ELMER CRESS, '20; EARL
3S, '20; VIRGIL ROWLEY, '20; STEWART
TE'19
hic," FRED ADAMS

F. EMMERMAN and SIMONS
Original Songs by Mr. Simons
I "Still We Call Them Babies Today"
2 "I Know a Girl"
3 "Women of Michigan"
G. JOYFUL JUMBLE OF JAZZ
By Cottington's Mean Music Makers
Harmonium ROBINSON
Jay Box......................KUNKLE
African Harp................. COTTINGioN
Peck Horn .........................SUNLEY
1st Asst. Peck Horn.........DIFFENDERFER
Destructophone ....... .............LUTHER

a Be

END THE BAND TO NORTHWESTERN BY ATTEI

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