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HUIU1Mi DELItV trum
SKATTERED YOSTS SQUAD

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As Football Closes Sport Interest
Tunisk to Coach Mitchell's
Basketball Men

e Wo

With the close of the football sea-
son only a few days away, basketball
--- will soon be the center of athletic
ASH interest. Practices are being held
every evening. There will be none on
and Thursday, however, on account of th"
Band Bounce.
Richener, Brown, Hulett, Bornstein.
Van Boven, Daines, and Edison have
ensa- been putting up a merry scrap for the
f the forward positions. The center can-
; will didates who are showing the most
Aver- promise are Bartz, Later, Price, and
McClintock, while Rowley, Rusicka,
n the Cooper, Horwitz, Clark, and Lowe are
emke fighting for places at guard. These
ball men are almost certain to be retained
Soo when Coach Mitchell makes the first
e up cut at the end of next week.
as an The first of the week the coach will
take some of the most promising men
half aside and give them individual atten-
higan tion, relieving them from the scrim-
llent mage. The practices so far have been
has featured by short scrimniages with the
gan' object in view df reducing the squad
hard to workable size as soon as possible.

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i upon two other
le will send Rye
n. place of Cruse
ison in Fortune's
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ite all season but
now that he is
call over Cruse.
han Fortune, but
t expects the ag-
iew man to make

Mrilitary Nelvs
Programs and schedules for outdoor.
workg appearing in this column are
subject to the changes of weather.
The cadets are informed where they
are to drill by the color of a flag on
the campus flag pole prior to drilling
time.
Today's indou. physical and athletic
schedule, for the members of the rear
rank, under the directiorn of Dr.
George A. May, is as follows:
First regiment, Company G, hori-
zontal bar, high jump; Company H,
parallel bar, relay racing; Company
I, voluntary, wrestling; Company K,
high lump, horizontal bar; Company,
L, relay racing, parallel bar; Com-
pany M, wrestling, voluntary.

PURPLE 31 EN 1' 0 R (E1;TE S
MONTH'S PREPARATION ON
BIG TILT
Chicago, Ill., Nov. 21.-Purple root-
ers are unanimous in their opinion
that Coach Murphy's griddecrs ha-%e
more than a fighting chance, since t1
Pennsy team shattered the myth of
the invincibility of the Yost squad,
when it outplayed them last Saturday
on Franklin field. They also figure
that the Purple team .have had over a
month's preparation for the Wolver-
ine clash as they have not played a
hard game since the Chicago tilt.
During this time Coach Murphy has
made unusual progress in building up
a strong aggregation and in the com-
ing battle Northwestern will enter as
the dark horse, as no comparative
line on the strength of the Purple
players can be estimated from the last
two or three games.
Line Weak Spot
Northwestern's line is the principal
weakness and the coaches are puttinig
over time and giving the liuermen con-
stant attention in their endeavors to
make the line impregnable to the ex-
pected hammering of the Wolverine
backmen. So far this season, Bob
Koehler by backing up the forwards
has prevented long gains, but with the
Yostians well versed in the forward
pasing the linemen will be forced to
depend on their own efforts in stop-
ping the line plunges:
Coach Murphy plans to send the
same team against the Wolverines
that defeated the Hawkeyes last Sat-
urday. In this line-up he has practi-
cally the sape men that easily won
from Purdue and the Michigan Aggies
and it appears as if the Michigan
team will have a warm argument be-
fore they dispose them.
Speedy Quarter May Play
It is rumored that Brightmire may
be in at quarter, which will boost
the strength of the Northwestern
squad. But it is not likely as the
broken ankle of the star backman is
not sufficiently healed to permit, his
old time speed and Coach Murphy is*
not taking any chances in this game.
The practice today was the third of
the series of the scheduled grinds and
every form of practice was indulged
in heavily. All the players were put
through strenuous workout and fin-
ished the day's work with a chak
talk in the club-house, given by the
coach. He pointed out the fact that
a week ago it was believed by every-
one that the Northwestern-Michigan
game would prove a walk away for
the Wolverines but now the dope fav-
ored them.

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"1% Ta Non Self"
C. 1ARKTOWN 4-TETTE '
1)A1IN4G ROES, l1Ol)(E, SCIIMUTZ, with
BiLL O'DONNELL at the Piano

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SEND THE BANDI TJ NORTHWESTERN

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r(otGE CLARK, P1ITT
11i0WAll), 1)LNDY
1 "Kolb llhrch"
2 "lly Bird of Paradise
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(. JOYFUL JMIILBLE OF JAZZ
Ily Cottigton's Mean Musit Makers
Rarmonlium..... ...... ROBINSON
ay Box .......... KUNKLE
African harp........ . .. . COTTINGTON

Peck Horn ......
1st Asst. Peck Horn.........DII
Destructophone...............

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E. REIDER & CO.' in "ACTI
F. D. REIDER and JIMM
F. EMMERMAN and IMONS
Original Songs by Mr. Sbi
1 "Still We Call Them Ba
2 "I Know a Girl"
3 "Women of lMichilwan"

THE VARSITY BAND
1D. "LA BELLE 'CHIC"'
CARROLL, ALDEN Boys: LEN BROOKS, 'l;
WHEELER EARL CRESS, '20;
STEWART SONNE,
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The program today tor Lieut. George
C. Mullen's cadets will be as follows:
Freshmen of Companies G, H, I, K,
L, and M, First regiment, n'^et and
drill at 4 o'clock in Waterman gym-
nasium under Dr. May. All others of
the above companies will report at
r the grand stand on Ferry field for ath-
letics immediately after roll call.
Manual of arms will be given to Com-
panies I, K, L, and M of the Second
regiment. All other companies will
have squad, company and platoon
drill o Ferry field.

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d from North-
ning and de-
parations were

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s that ever saw a game at Evan-
Bartelme acted as advisor to
thorities at Northwestern on the
er of handling the spectators.
t has added Emery, Hendershott,
herry to the varsity list for the
western game and these men
save with the first team, Coach
Assistant Coaches Douglass and
n, and trainer Tuthill tonight.
scrubs will follow tomorrow
varsity squad that goes to
westein:. Wieman, Sparks, Wes-
>yd, Cartwright, Goodsell, For-
Morrison, Cohn, Hanish, Froem-
-, Beath, Hendershott, Goetz,
:nebach, Rye, Cruse, Lindstrom,
herry.
HMAN WOMEN PUT UP
IGHT IN BASKETBALL GAME
'hman women distinguished
elves both numerically and in
uality of their playing, at the
nore-freshman basketball prac-
Barbour gymnasium yesterday
>on. Twenty-four first year wo-
eported for practice, and accord-
Miss Alice Evans, director of
al training, showed excellent
g spirit in their playing.
sophomores have rather a dis-
ing outlook this season as only
embers of last year's team are
ege. Of this number, Elsie Erley
[azel Platt reported for prac-
sterday.
ors are urged to come out for
e at 4:20 o'clock this afternoon,
er to show more class in their
g than they displayed on Tues-
e Parson's Ambulance Corps
Ion, Dgv. 21.-The "Parsons am-
e corps" for front line service,
the Bishop of London offered
e has been rejected by the War

The outdoor athletic program today
for the upperclassmen in the last six
companies of the First regiment will
conform to schedule number five,
cliange number three. The schedule'
and athletic assistants for the different
events is as follows:
First regiment, Company G, Mack,
wall scaling, 4:10 o'clock, broad jump,
4:40 o'clock; Company H, Osterman,
relay, 4:10 o'clock, football, 4:40
o'clock; Company I, Swift, shot put,
4:10 o'clock, high jump, 4:40 o'clock;
Company K, Beardsley, broad jump,
4:10 o'clock, wall scaling, 4:40 o'clock;
Company L, Kempf, high jump, 4:10
o'clock, shot put, 4:40 o'clock; and
Company M, Wicks, football, 4:10
o'clock, relay, 4:40 o'clock. The foot-
ball games and relays are between
Company H and Company M.

England Opens State Restaurant
Carlisle, England, Nov. 20.--Eng-
land's first state restaurant has just
been opened by the liquor control
board. The menu for an 18 pence
lunch was lentil or chicken soup, roast
lamb or steamed mince, pudding or
prunes and rice, biscuits and cheese,
tea or coffee.
Dance at Armory every Saturday
night. 9 to 12.-Adv.

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(oats it popular prices.

"The Young
Men's Shop"

TOM CORBETT

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The women's "Battalion of Death"
held its first regular meeting at 2:30
o'clock yesterday afternoon in Bar-
bour gymnasium. Squad and column
formations were given and permanent
squads assigned. Corporals will be
selected and announced later.
In spite of the rainy weather more
than 60 women were present. Member-
ship is open to all women students of
the University who will agree to devote
an hour a week to training in military
tactics. The drills are conducted by
different members of the cadet corps
and are scheduled for 2:30 o'clock ev-
ery Wednesday afternoon. When the
weather permits they will be held out
of doors on the field opposite Bar-
bour gymnasium.
Although no credit is offered for the
course, the privilege is given of
marching with the reserve officers'
training corps on reviews, and of par-
ticipating in the spring military festi-
-val.
Americans Invest In Batavia
Batavia, Netherlands, East Indies,
Nov. 21.-There are signs of increas-
ing American investments in this
Netherlands colony, investments that
are looked on with considerable favor.
One of the latest enterprises of Ameri-
can capitalists is a rubber-planting

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