ice at the Michigan-Cas
ht till be lim ited to 7 ,W
to an announcement froi
ic association. le irs
r AN'1 be admitted but til
)uld give Case a decisiv
tomorrow night" varsit
coach Mitchell decLre
ho have been watching ti;
have seen them play thi
f the same opinion and sa
uintet that meets the scien
. tonight is a much strong
Ltion than the one that wa
ake the count at Clevelan
D obie D eclares men have learned these rudimen to
Dobie's at least partial satisfaction,
West feets East !Ie teaches them team work nd playE_
Then he sends his team out and it
wades through its oppositin like a
Famous Coach Alaintaiis Western tank through a snowstorm.
i Football Equal To Eastern 'a
Detroit, Mich., Jan. 4.--Gilmour S. Conference Fives
eDobie, the famous coach, who was i
charge of the team at the Annapolis 1r, Kaufn Secures Tilt; With
naval academy last fall, had his first Sr. K en Tams
glimpse at Eastern football and w s eera ig
e not very much impressed. Dobie, of For 1917-18 Season
course, took the war situation int'l
consideration, but was not converted Great Lakes, Ill., Jan. 4.--After
e to the belief that Eastern 'football is. months rf effort, Dr. John B. Kauf-
y superior to the Western brand. man, athlcuic officer of the Gre't
d Dobie made a wonderful record on Lakes Naval station has received
the Pacific (oast. His University cf official recognition from "ig Ten"
s Washington teams never were beatcn. coaches. The basketball schedule
Lst summer he signed a contract Lo shows game, with Minnesota, North,
coach the University of Detroit elev- western and Purdue, and-tentative
- en. He started to work with the squad, bookings with 'Illinois, Iowa, and
- then became dissatisfied and left. his Wiscon.in. Chicago was played
s contract was cancelled, and he accelkt- Jaz. 1.
d ed the position of coach at Annapolis. The jackies' success in carding
Dobie has returned to Detroit to visit university teams practically means,
g friends. that contests will also oe ar-
g "From what I saw in th a East, I ranged in baseball. This assures
e cannot say that the East is superior the Great Lakes aggregations of
to the West in football," Dobie said. plenty of high class competition
e "My last year's University of Washing- during the period of the war.
t ton team coal-i easily have beaten any The Gophers will be tackled at
e Eastern eleven this fall." Minneapolis Jan. 5. Purdue will be
- Dobie declared that Eastern col- played at Lafayette, Ind., Jan. 19;
d' leges made a "sad mistake" by canc 1- Peoria Collegians at Peoria, Jan. 0;
a ling their 1917 football schedules ai+.d Milliken University at Decatur, Feb.
m said he expected a regulat seas(,, 1; Chicago at Great Lakes, Feb. 5,
throughout tno East next autumn. and Northwestern at Evanston, Feb.
Many exjpei ts have given reasons 1G.
for Dobie's success as a coach He Before the schedule is completod
e is a driving, merciless teacher. He it probably will show contests with
h grinds football into his men. He 25 teams.
t forces them to tackle low and hard
- to charge *le same way, ''o block There is always an opportunity to
fiercely and effectively and to ever- increase your business through Daily
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A large number of alumnae have re- Josephi
turned to Ann Arbor for the week- Frances
end. Celia Bywater, '17, of Mason; and He
Janet MacFarlane, '17, of Munising;
Florence Paddack, '17, of Detroit;
Hazel Giddings, '17, of Lawton; Don- There
na Sullivan, '16, of Ypsilanti; Jean - Daily a
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efore the nolays.
Sincenthe firstytilt of she seaso:
Mitchell's men have been gih.
hrough strenuous workouts and hev
wade rapid progress in passii'g
hooting, and teamwork. Each ga(
layed thus far has brought to ligh
star performer, the first Case gan
'ringing McClintock into the limp
ight as a fast and heady forvwai d
while the game put up by Ruzick
a the Camp Custer battle st&.nps hn
s a guard of high calibre.
The line-up of the two teams f-l
Michigan Position Ca!
McClintock...... L.F......... Gerlac
ychener ........ R.F......... Hourie
[anish.......... L.G....... Whitako
Among the many boots shown in our men's store that appe
larly to young men is the model illustrated, coming in the
lar koko brown or tan calf, and for those of more conserv
we have the same model in black calf at the same price. AI
calf at $9.00.
Men who discriminate in their footwear purchases and wl
very newest thing as soon as created turn to this store foi
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gfor M INT09CK(CHNI L
and COACH FARRELL REFUSES TO PRF-
ring, DfCT WOLVERINE STRENGTH
eam- IN TRACK EVENTS
jiwade Michigan will again enter relay
ayers teams and individual men in the sec-
were ond annual athletic carnival to be
tong heldby the University of Illinois,
plays March 2.
t not It is too early, as yet, to venture
zicka predictions and Coach Farrell has no
tine idea as to ',he chance that Michifgan
total will have against the other teams en-
ope's tered. As ye'-, there are but few nea
the cut for the flack team, and among
the these are are no veterans An ewire
ly new team Nwill have to be develor:-
ed from raw material, there being but
S Johnson and Forbes of the lapt year's
irned freshman to form the foundation.
home At present five schools have en-
1 she tered, Michigan, Chicago, Minnpsot;,
)r Wisconsin, and Notre Dame. Las
vork year there were twelve who com)etcd
'idual before an audience of more than 6.000
avor. people, in the big armory of the Uni-
t had versity, so it is probable that many
sling more will eater b.fore the date set
work for the carnival.
tedly Last year Michigan toot: second
tly. place in the mile and relay and fourth
hake. place in the track and field mect
Em- 'Chicago won the former in a close
layer runner of the University of Chicago
:nish rrce when Driscoll, the fast ncgro
runner of the University of Chicago.
beat out Scofield in an exciting finish.
Hope This spring an added feature will
nstra be a number of relay races between
tman teams from the different soldiers' and
capt. sailors' camps throughout the middle
Must reduce our large stock of Bostonian and
308 So. State
Our January Clearance Sale
Starts This Morning
Thousands of Dollars worth of Winter Stock-all must go.:
We're Sliding Down to Lowest Prices on Everything Man Wears.
China has 125,000 men behind the
firing lines in France and Mesopota-'
mia, according to Dr. Wellington Koo.
Chinese ambassador to this country.
Subscriptions to Hungary's seventh
ward loan totaled only $600,000,000,
instead of $1,600,000,000, as expeted.
most of this being forced by the
"Buy Up Now"
Suits from $18.50 to $25.00
NOW $11.75 to $17.50
"Supply Future Needs"
O'coat from $15 to $27.50
FOR $9.75 to $19.50
$5.00 Trouser Values $3.50
$5 to $10 Bath Robes $3.S
Dining out of town buyers is a pi o-
per business expense and may be de-
ducted from earnings in figuring ex-
n cess profit taxes, is the decision of the
or internal revenue commissioner.
All persons going to South Africa,
4 hereafter, regardless of nationality,
must have passports from proper
p- Approximately 27,000 Filippinos are
to expected to be mustered into theser-
a- vice of the United States army under
he a bill' passed by the House while tak-
es ing in the Philippine national gard
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