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pass route will probably be launched.
But if Cartwright and Goetz can not
SQUAD PERS NNEL cessors did, it is likely that the Yost
show anything better than their prede-
team will continue to depend on at-
TO SUFF HtacNG by the backfield entirely.
Beath, another willing, but light and
Goetz to Replace Cress at End; Beath inexperienced man, will not be start-
Forfeits Center Job to Goodsel ed at center, which position Goodsell
and Fortune Takes Guard will hold down. Fortune will go into
the game at guard, in the place form-
erly taken by Goodsell. With Goodsell
KAZEO GRIDDERS EXPECTED TO weighing 203 pounds and Fortune bal-
GIVE VARSITY RUEN FOR MONEY ancing 190 pounds, this part of the
line qught to rival Gibraltar.
Today's Visitors Hold Record of Only If Yost has been disappointed with
Two Defeats in Four Seasons the line, he has been more than
With Other Elevens pleased with his backfield since the
Case game. Sparks and Wieman need
* * * * * * * * * * * * * * no comment. Cohn,'who played most
* * of the game at left half, is a fast,
* HOW THEY'LL LINE UP * heavy man who can use his head. He
* * and Wieman have developed a distance
* Michigan. Kazoo Normal. * winning brand of team work. Rye,
* Goetz........L.E.....;:Houston * who replaced Hanish so well in the
* Culver.......L.T.......Chapel * Saturday game; will be shifted to the
* Boyd........L.G.... Stockdale * line, where it is hoped that he can be
* Goodsell......C.......Johnson * developed into an end. With Hanish,
* Fortune......R.G.... .. Miller * Cohn. and Froemke to take care of
* Weske.......R.T........Allen * the half back jobs, Rye is not needed
* Cartwright.....R.E ....Miller (C.) * in the backfield.
* Sparks........Q.......Berman * Today's visitors are strangers to the
* Hanish.......R.H...... Dunlap * present student body, but come w 1h
* Cohn............L.H ....... Angell * the reputation of having lost only one
* Wieman......F.B........Olsen * game last year and only two games
* * in the last four years. They have been
* * * * * * * * * * * * * * sweeping things clear early in the sea-
son, playing a brand 6f ball quite
Michigan enters the game with the above the normal school standard.
Kalamazoo Normal school this after- The game will begin at 3:35 o'clock,
noon with several shifts in the lineup with seven and a half minute quar-
that may have quite a bearing on the ters in the first half and 10-minute
success of the remainder of the year. quarters in the second half. Walter
Yost has been particularly disgusted Kennedy of Chicago will referee.
with the work of his ends, good men
athletically, but lacking in experience. Kazoo Visitors to Be Guests of Club
Goetz is being placed at left end, al- Kalamazoo visitors will be tendered
though he, too, is not a veteran at the
game, but he will be given a trial, a banquet tonight by the members of
Cartwright will hold the other end. the Kalamazoo Students' club.
The performance of these men today Max Brown, '19M, was chosen chair-
will govern to a large extent the policy man of the arrangement committee.
of the coach for the remainder of the The second meeting of the club will be
season. If the game indicates that held immediately following the ban-
there are chances to work up some quet when the officers will be elected
good ends, a fall drive by the forward- for the ensuing academic year.
tDOWNPOUR HALTS THIRD
tWORLD SERIES CONTEST
SCHEDULE TO BE MOVED ONE DAY
AHEAD; YESTERDAY'S GAME
TO BE PLAYED TODAY
Polo Grounds, New York, Oct. 9.-
A heavy rain with no promise of abat-
ing stopped the third game of the 1917
world series which was scheduled to
be played here this afternoon. Fifteen
thousand fans waited in the storm in
the hopes that Old Jupe would let up,
'but were a sad and disappointed lot
when the officials broke the news that
there would be no game.
The contest will probably be played
tomorrow. This means that Cicotte,
hero of the first contest will get anoth-
er day of rest. Slim Sallee, who will
have an equal advantage.
The whole contest will be moved up
one day. The games that were to be
played here Tuesday and Wednesday
will be played Wednesday and Thurs-
day. Friday's game at Chicago will be
moved to Saturday, and if there is
'a need for a sixth game, it will be
played at the Polo Grounds as origin-
ally planned on Monday, Oct. 15.
CONSERVATION OF AMMUNITION
PUTS LID ON RIFLE SHOOTING
Owing to the scarcity of ammuni-
tion, and great need of the government
for all firearms, the discontinuance of
all University rifle clubs has been or-
dered. According to P. G. Bartelme,
there will be no ammunition to be had,
and, in all probability, the rifles which
have been in use here will be called
Officials are of the opinion that
even though good shots might be de-
veloped at the universities, there is a
much greater need for all the ammuni-
tion and rifles obtainable at the var-
U. of M. Jewelry. J. L. Chapman's
is the place. 113 S. Main.-Adv.
"No Class Games"
Inter-Company Tilts to Supplant Cus-
tomary Inter-Class Meets
on 1917 Card
Interclass athletics will be discon-
tinued this year, as they interfere with
the present military training schedule,
is the consensus of opinion of the
campus athletic authorities. These
games, which were of considerable
interest and importance to the student
in the past, will not be entirely lost
this year, but will, in all probability,
be conducted by Lieut. G. C. Mullen
as inter-company games.
With so many students enlisted in
the military training course, it was
considered inadvisable to continue in-
terclass games as they interfered with
the present working schedule of the
course. But inter-company games can
be more expediently arranged, and
will also foster as much rivalry and
enthusiasm as the other games.
At present, plans have not been
formulated concerning the awards to
be given to the winners but some re-
cognition of their prowess will be
EASTERN FOOTBALL "INFORMALS"
HARVARD PRE-SEASON ALIBI,
Informal football is the latest vogue
in the eastern football circles this
fall, and will be introduced next Sat-
urday when the Harvard University
informal eleven meets Dean Academy
at Franklin. The Harvard team is re-
ported as having passed through a
short period of introductory training;
with satisfactory result. However, in
Saturday's game, only straight foot-
ball will be used and no attempt at the
open game ventured. Horween and
Church have thus far shown up as the
most prominent candidates.
Jessie Dicken Hosum, teacher of
voice. 1327 Forest Court. Phone
TENNIS ENTRIES FALL OFF The men who make good showings
in this tournament will be invited out
Less Than Two-Score Racqueters Sign to spring practice, and will naturally
Up for Preliminaries be in line for a berth on the All-fresh
and Varsity squads.
Entries for the tourney will close
The tennis tournament, which be- next Tuesday night.
gins Thursday, will bring forth some__________
bright stars judging from the interest Newberry Residence Limits Dancig
taken, and work done by those who
have had the nerve to venture out into The women of Newberry residence
the stiff October breezes for practice. have taken a definite stand on the
The freshman material has been dance question.
showing up exceptionally well and un- In accordance with general campus
less more men come out, they will opinion on the subject, the girls of
certainly have easy sailing. So far, this organization have declared them-
only sixteen men have signed up for selves in favor of a custom by which
the singles and twelve for the doubles. all informal University dances would
The Comstock cup will be awarded to begin at 8 and end at 11 o'clock, and
the winner in the singles. As this is they have passed a house rule that all
worth working for, many more men informal Newberry dances shall fol-
Ara f 'n nt n L -1- +U - ..
are expecLted to sign up.
low these hours.
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