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the sidelines at Evanston
mbert has been declared in-
a ruling of the Conference.

Mitchell's boys
Show Lots Of Pep

Candidates Display
Last Workout of
the Week

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ave the varsity bas-
, stiff workout last
im consisted of two
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OT NSTERN GAMP
COACH MURPHY DRILLS SQUAD
IN TRICK PLAYS FOR MICHI-
GAN GAME
* ____
Chicago, Ill., Nov. 23.-With the big
game only a few hours away, Coach
Murphy and the entire contingent of'
Purple rooters are of the opinion that
the Northwestern aggregation is not
the under dog in this clash as it was
called just a week ago. They figure
that the Wolverines are shot to pieces
and their team is at the highest pinna-
cle of perfection this season.
Murphy's gridders ran through their,
final work-out today with a vim that
forbodes the spirit of a team that will
fight to the last ditch tomorrow. Ev-
ery trick that Coach Murphy has
drilled into his men this fall was prac-
ticed today and will be used to batter
down the Michigan defense.
Northwestern Coaches Confident
The weak line has given Coaches
Murphy and Mathews the most worry
this week, and believe that they now
will hold their own with the strong
Wolverine lines, they realize that
if the line can cope with the Michic
gan backfield attack, the backmen will
do the rest. There is also a greater
confidence In the Purple camp since
Coach Yost had to shift about his for-
wards due to the ineligibility of three
of the line men,
Betting has increased and a week
ago Michigan was the odds in a 2 to 1
bet, but now the betting has changed
to 5 to 3 and 5 to 4 with Michigan
on the long end.
Officials Expect 25,000 To Attend
With a crowd of 25,00 people ex-
pected at the game the athletic author-
ities are rushing the work on tempo'-
ary grandstands. From Ann Arbor
1,000 students will be on hand for the
game and more than 5,000 alumni have
seats in the east stands where the
Michigan / rooters will congregate.
Hundreds of Northwestern home com-
ers will be in the stands to cheer the
Purples. There is a large number of
neutrals swelling the crowd.
Al- reshElect
Urschell Captain
New, Pilot Earns Position Through
Punting, Blocking, and Defensive
Urschell,. the speedy little freshman
quarterback, was elected captain of
the All-fresh football team.
After the last practice of the sea-
son, Coach Mitchell called a meeting
of his proteges in the clb house for
the purpose of electing a leader. The
small pilot Was the choice, and his
work during the year has merited
him the honor. UrschIl was one of
the main factors in the yearling's
strong scoring machine, gnd his punt-
ing, bliocking, and defensive work
made hi one of the most valuable
men on the team. lie was heady in di-
recting the team and shined in open
field running. His work during the
M. A. C. freshmap game will long be
rem embere4.
Captain star on Toledo-Scott Eleven
Urschell hails from Toledo-Scott
high where he starred for two years
before comipg to MicP n. I.He..will
undoubtedly make good Varsity ma-'
terial under the instruction of Field-
ing H. Yost.
The verdants' last game of the sea
son was with the Notre Dame fresh,
last Saturday, but they continued to
comp out in suits in order to give the

Varsity what ever practice it desired.
Thursday, the day before Yost's men
left for Northwestern, was the last
time that the freshmen practiced, and it
marked the close of the freshmen's
season.

ton.
At Kalamazoo, Olivet vs.
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Angus 0. Goetz
Goetz has been Yost's flanker since
the beginning of the season. The
Michigan mentor expects this man to
break up the open field work which
Northwestern is planning to spring on
the Wolverines today.
IPACIY McFARLTAND UPHOLDS
PRESTIGE OF ARMY UNIFORM
Waco, Texas, Nov. 23.-"I can lick
any man in uniform," declared F. R.
Cole as he jumped- to his feet while
witnessing, a boxing match here the
other day attending which were many
soldiers from Camp MacArthur.
"I may' be a little fellow, but I'll bet
I can give you a run," said a voice
from the stadium, followed by the ap-
pearance of a stocky looking individ-
ual in. khaki.
All soldiers in the rings.ide seats
sat up and took notice at the surprise
"'exhibition" which overshadowed the
regular bouts.
The "unknown" kept up a running
fire of talk, concerning mostly about
how small he was to attempt to de-
fend tho agne of the uniform against
the civilian. Cole was put out of act-
ion in five seconds. "Who are you,
anyway?"I he inquired when he "came
to."
"My name is McFarland," was the
answer from the "unknown."
It was "Packy McFarland, who is
traiing soldiers to box at Carnp Mac-
Arthur.

At Hillsdale, Ypsilanti vs. Hillsdale.
At Lawrence, Haskell vs. Kansas
Wesleyan,
At Lalfe Forest, Northwestern coF-
lege vs. Lake Forest.
At Mt. Vernon, Grinnell vs. Cornell
college.
At Tiffin, M;skingum vs. Heidel-
berg.
At Cleveland, Hiram vs. Case.
EAST
At Philadelphia, Pennsylvania vs.
Carlisle.
At Washington, Washington and
Jefferson vs. Notre Dame,
At Worcester, Holy Cross vs. Boston.
At Boston, Brown vs. Dartmouth.
At Carhsle, Dickinson vs. Bucknell.
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WEST
At Evanston, Michigan vs. North-
western.
At Chicago, Wisconsin vs. Chicago.
At Bloomington, Purdue vs. Indi-
ana.
At Urbana, Mi::ncsota vs. Illinois.
At East Lansini, Syracuse vs. Michi-
gan Aggies.
At Iowa City, Ames vs. Iowa.
At St. Louis, St. Louis vs. Washing-

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'aster of these
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credit and a
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all times and
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forwards were
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WINE CORDC
The "Fyfe" label on a pair o
been made on the highest standarc
finish. The next time you want sh

a the other contest Edison, Weath-
, nad Bornstein did good work at for-
d and Geriepy put up a scrappy
ne at guard. Plenty of pep was
played throughout the tilt, but the
ad of ball was not quite as good
that of the other game.
opclh ,Mitchell has picked twent~y of
most promising men to come to
ule conference at the gymnasium
ay. The rest of the.candidates wll
allowed to continue work till the
of next week. If they are of var-
* calibre they must show it before
t time, for if they do not they will
:ut. Even if this catastrophy should
all them, many of these men mean to
tinue their basketball by playing on
company teams which will be or j

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Owing. to adverse weather condi-
tions, the finals in the tennis tourna-
ment have not yet been finished.
Since the final match last Saturday1
in which Egbert defeated Hamer for
the singles championship, all interest
in the racquet game seems to have
subsided. The, doubles matches, how-
ever, should be fully as interesting as
the singles, since the teams are made
up of -the best players that contended
for the singles honors,
Judging from the showing made in
the singles, Egbert, winner of the
tournament and Bartz, who was defeat-
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