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UIilIIUL UI I UdLLd
WLVERINE C.ICI.E
I'N 4 MILE RACE
COACH TOM KEANE'S HILL-AND-
DALERS TO PERFORM
TODAY
RUN TO START 10:45 SlARP
1Car11o01 andl Wiatson Doped to SIal
Ifo lTe spective

TO LANSING TODAI
All-Fresh T'eam Plays M. A. C. Young-
sters for First Time in
History
AGGIES BOAST STRONG SQUAD

* * * * * * * * * * * *
* Earl Cress............Left end
* .Chapman...........Left tackle
* Blackmore..........Left guard
* Culver ..................Center
* Fortune ..........Right guard
* Elmer Cress ...... Right tackle
'* Knox ............... Right end
* Weadock......... Quarterback
* Froemke ............ Left half
* Barber..............Right half
* West ................ Full back
* * * * * * * * * * * *

*

Coach Thomas F. Keane, of the Syra-
cuse track squad, will personally lead
his proteges into Ann Arbor this morn-
ing for the cross country race with
Coach Farrell's Wolverines at 10:45
o'clock. It is not known precisely
when the Orange team will arrive, but
they will come in with the football
team. Both of the visiting teams have
been in Detroit for a day.
The men who will oppose the Maize
and Blue runners today are Captain
White, Newkirk, Watson, Soule, John-
son, Peterson, and Woodruff. As stat-
ed before, only seven men will run
for Syracuse. Michigan will have ten
entries.
Captain White is Coach Keane's
vegetarian star, and is expected to
cause the Wolverines some worry. The
battle of the race will come when Wat-
son and Eddie Carroll get together.
Eddie is the strongest runner for
Michigan, while Watson, who won the
Boyd trophy race in 1914, is touted as
the strongest- competitor for first hon-
ors on the Syracuse team. Newkirk
finished 15th in the eastern Intercol-
legiate cross country last year and
Captain White came in 19th in the same
classic. It may be that Newkirk will
be the closest rival that Eddie en-
counters. Even so, Carroll has the
edge in dope, as he finished 11th in
the Intercollegiate meet last season.
The Michigan team will be Captain
Kuivenen, Carroll, Bouma, Fuess, Fox,
Denee, Meehan, Sedgwick, Herlihy, and
Price.
During the past week the members
of the team have been running over the
course, which was laid out two weeks
ago. If familiarity with the ground
counts for anything, the advantage lies
with Michigan, although the Orange
runners are too experienced for that
to be a very material handicap.
Only the first five men finishing for
each team will count in the final score,
the first man in counting one point,
the next, two, and so on, the team
having the lowest score winning. Thus
Michigan's ten men will not be likely
to work 'to her disadvantage, as only
five men will count in the scoring.
TODAY'S FOTBLLGAMS
west.
Michigan vs. Syracuse at Ann Ar-
bor.
Michigan Aggies vs. North Dakota
Aggies at East Lansing.
Indiana vs. Tufts at Indianapolis.
Notre Dame vs. Wabash at South
Bend.
Wisconsin vs. Chicago at Madison.
Minnesota vs. Iowa at Minneapolis.
Northwestern vs. Drake at Evanston.
Purdue vs. Illinois at Lafayette.
Kansas vs. Kansas Aggies at Lawr-
ence.
Nebraska vs Nebraska Wesleyan at
Lincoln.
Creighton vs. Denver at Omaha.'
Califo'nia vs. Occidental at Berk-

Coach McGinnis and 18 football men
leave Ann Arbor this morning at 7:10
o'clock over the Ann Arbor railroad to
do battle with the M. A. C. freshmen
at Lansing.
Besides those who will start the con-
test, the coach took along Zopp, Booth,
Friedmeyer, Ginnebach, Hitchcock,
Perrin, and Diekema as substitutes.
Friedmeyer may start the Aggie cbn-
test if he is in shape, and Ginnebach,
Hitchcock, and Perrin are almost cer-
tain to get in. Friedmeyer will do
some of the toe work if he' is allowed
to enter the contest, especially if three
points are badly3 wanted to turn the
tide of battle.
The Aggie verdants have a husky
bunch of football material, and the
All-Fresh must show to better ad-
vantage than they did against Ypsi
two weeks ago if they are to come off
the field with the long end of the score.
O'Connor is reputed to be putting up
an exceptionally good article of ball
for the Farmer yearlings, and their
backs are heavy and carry a lot of
steam behind their punches against an
opposing forward wall.
McGinnis spent the afternoon yes-
terday in giving his men a few final
touches in the plays they are to us"
on attack, and also in giving their
some idea of what they may expect
from the M. A. C. boys. Minature
scrimmage was held for a few minutes'
to try out the plan of action for the
day.
The coach is taking no chances with
the husky Farmers, and will use the
best the boys have in an effort to
show as well as possible.
This is the first time that a Michigan
freshman team has ever met a simila
team from the Lansing roost, andwMac
is determined to come home with a
victory.
CHAMPIONSHIP TENNIS
MATCH SET FOR TODAY
Hamer and Codd Hook Up in Finals at
10:30 This Morning; Men
Evenly Matched
The finals for the-Comstock tennis
trophy will be played off at 10:30
o'clock this morning on the Varsity
courts. A large gallery is expected to
be on hand to witness this final event
Dr. Lee will referee.
Of course predictions as to the out-
come of this important event would be
out of order, as both Hamer and Codd
have been displaying a fast brand of
tennis. Both are heady players and
seem to know just what strokes to
use at the crucial moment. In his re-
cent matches Codd has been using fast
ball with deadly accuracy. Hamer is
also the possessor of a wicked driving
stroke, but when it is not working to
best advantage he changes his attack
with a teasing lob as his best asset

THE 1976 FOOTBALL SQUAD.
Top row, left to right-Dunn, Rehor, Wieman, Dunne, Howe, Skinner, Smith, Sharpe, Whalen, Willard, Maclachlin, Williams, Raymond, Eggert,
D~ieters.
Middle row, left to right-Trainer Tuthill, Assistant' Coach Pontius, McCallum, Weske, Hanish, Niemann, Martins, Gracie, Peach, Boyd, Goodsell.
Bottom row, left to right-Robbins, Bathrick, Brazell, Biber, Sparks, Coach Yost, Captain Maulbetsch, Watts, Zeigler, Assistant Coach Douglas,
Beath.

CORNELL ELEVEN HAS SLIGHT
ADVANTAGE DUE TO SHIVERICK
Cambridge, Oct. 27.-The Cornell
and Harvard football teams took light
signal drill today in final preparations
for their clash tomorrow on Soldiers'
field. Football fans in Cambridge are
conceding an edge to the visiting
eleven, largely due to the fact that in
Shiverick the Ithacans have a kicker
both as a field goal booter and as a
punter who outclasses anything Har-
vard can trot out.
Dr. Sharpe appears to have hit upon
a satisfactory combination in his back-
field and Carry is showing unexpected

strength at center. Harvard's chances
rest on whether strength has been im-
parted to a line that has been notor-
iously weak all season. The back-
fleld is in fair shape.
Meeting Scheduled for Soccer Players
All men interested in soccer are re-
quested to report at a meeting which
is to be held on South Ferry field at
1:15 o'clock this afternoon. The meet-
ing will be over in plenty of time to
allow those who attend to get to the
game.
Alarm clocks, $1.00 up. Chapman,
Jeweler, 113 South Main St. tues-eod

Jinx Lurks About Yale Football Camp
New Haven, Oct. 27.-The jinx still
lurks about the football field of Yale
university and this afternoon was just
as much in evidence as ever when he
laid hold of Halfback Bingham. Bing-
ham was out yesterday with a sore
throat and while he was on the side
lines today did not engage in active
practice. It is feared he may have
developed tonsilitis and the coaches
are watching his condition with some
concern. Both *first string guards,
Captain Black and Galt, are taking
daily practice with ankles in bandages.
Black is just recovering from an op-
eration for removal of an abscess from

his right ankle. Quarterback Smith
is expected back in time to run the
team against Washington and Jeffer-
son Saturday.

Leave your film at Sugden's.

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Piano, voice, pipe organ. 312 South
Division street. 'Phone 212-J. Leave
orders for fine piano tuning.
BOXING.
Private lessons. Work will start im
mediately. See instructor at Dr. May's
office, Waterman gymnasium, for
terms, etc. 0. S. Westerman. tf.

ERYBODY
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KLASSY-KUT-KLOTBES SVIOp

eley.
Cincinnati vs. Kentucky at Cincin-

nati.
Nevada vs. Utah Aggies at Reno.
Oklahoma vs. Missouri at Norman.
Wyoming vs. Colorado Mines at

Whoever is returned winner will know
he has been in a real' match and will
be forced to extend himself at all
times.

Laramie.
East. INTERCLASS FOOTBALL TODAY
Yale vs. Washington and Jefferson
at New Haven.CThree Games to Be Played This Morn
Harvard vs. Cornell at Cambridge. Ing on South Ferry Field
Princeton vs. Dartmouth at Prince-,

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ton.
Army vs. Villanova at West Point.t
Navy vs. Georgia at Annapolis.
Albright vs. Georgetown at Wash-
ington, D. C.
Brown vs. Rutgers at Providence.
Columbia vs. Williams at New York.
Franklin and Marshall vs. Dickinson
at Lancaster.
Penn State vs. Gettysburg at State
College.
Rhode Island vs. Connecticut Ag-
gies at Kingston.
Springfield Y. M. C. A. vs. Colgate
at Springfield.
Swarthmore vs. Ursinus at Swarth-
more.
Pittsburg vs. Pennsylvania at Pitts-
burg.

The first games on the interclass
football schedule will be played this
morning at 10 o'clock on south Ferry
field. The following games are to be
played: Dents vs. medics, Sr. lits vs.
soph lits, and Sr. engineers vs. soph
engs. It is very important that all
players be on the field by 9:45 o'clock
so that the games can be called
promptly at 10 o'clock.
Football Practice for 1918 Engineers
Attention of the junior engineers is
called to the game with the fresh en-
gineers at 4:05 o'clock Monday after-
noon. There will be a signal practice
this morning at 9:30 o'clock. All men
are requested to report to Dr. May for
examination before the game Monday.

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