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PATCHED UP VARSITY
HELD TO- 12-0 COUNT

Dunne, Drops Four Out of
From 50-Yard
Line

Ten Tries

It was a patched up Varsity that
scrimmaged against the reserves yes-
terday afternoon and they were held
to two touchdowns. Goal was not at-
tempted after either touchdown and
the final score was 12 to 0.
The feature play of the afternoon
was contributed by the fast traveling
Zeiger, who sprinted 85 yards for a
touchdown. The Varsity was back
fighting in the shadow of their own
goal line when the quarterback broke
loose and sprinted almost the length of
the field.
Zeiger also Contributed the other
counter. The Varsity marched almost
the length of the field using straight
football. Brazell got away for two
nice runs and Zeiger dodged his way
forward for one nice gain. Pat Smith
was playing steadily and doing his
share toward advancing the ball. Zeig-
er eventually went over for the score.
The lineup that scrimmaged yester-
day afternoon went as follows:
Martens, left end; Weimann, left
tackle; Boyd, left guard; Skinner, cen-
ter; Goodsell, right guard; Weske,
right tackle; Loucks, right end; Zeig-
er, quarterback; Brazell, left half;
Hanish, right half; Smith, fullback.
Bull Dunne practiced drop kicking
and he did some phenomenal long dis-
tance work. The regular Varsity left
end stood squarely in the middle of
the field on the 50-yard line and booted
over four goals in ten attempts. Men
who can drive the ball this far are:
an uncommon article and the Wolver-l
ines may press Dunne into service be-
fore the season is over.
On the fourth down when a punt is
needed, if Michigan is with in striking
distance at all, it isn't going to do the{
least bit of harm to let Bull try a
drop kick, and there's always thet
chance that three points will result.,
The big end is somewhat erratic at
present through lack of practice and1
he had a hard time aiming themr

In Joy We Stand, C CG. . SQUAD OUT FOR ALUMNI TO BACK ALL - FRESH
In Pain We.,Lie
WeSTATEMEET HONORS ames with Evanston 1rouses En-
-tuslasm; May Lead to Tar- fo
Zeiger, one of the stars in last Sat- sity Competition u:
urday's football game with Syracuse, Expect to Make Good Showing in In-----s
put three men on the hospital list tercollegiates; Fresh Run Michigan alumni in Chicago are tak- li
without the slightest knowledge of the Tomorrow ing a big interest in this week's mat- m
fact. When he jammed into the Or- inee between the All-Fresh and Evans- to
ange forwards, three innocent specta- Right now the cross country boys S
tors were hurt because of their glee- are loading up for the state meet at ton academy which will be played in c
ful maniestations over the result. Two East Lansing a week from Saturday. the windy city suburb Saturday.
of the boys sprained their ankles, I Not since 1905, when the crippled ce
while the third, more unfortunate, was At this meet they will meet teams from Captain Curtiss from the side lines ni
taken to the university hospital to set M. A. C., Olivet, Alma, and other state saw his team go down before the
a broken ankle. institutions. The Wolverines cleaned Maroons, has a Michigan football team s
up in this event last year. paid its respects to the western metro- h(
Class Teams Declare War Again Today Despite their overwhelming defeat polis. The final score of the last game _
The following class teams will meet by Syracuse Saturday, Michigan's hill Michigan ever played in the conference
today at 4:05 o'clock on south Ferry climbers have not given up hope of ended with the Wolverines on the short
field. Fresh laws vs. Junior laws, placing well up in the intercollegiate end of a 2-0 count. The fray was one
senior fits vs. junior Tits, .,and"seniorrace at New Haven next month. The of the hardest fought of any western
eios vs. junior tsrteam will be hard at work every day battle.
engs vs. junior engs. ThIaewsmd h
Of the three games scheduled for from now until the big race. The game was made possible by the
last Monday, the one between the Eddie Carroll, by his masterly per- combined efforts of Chicago Michigan
formance Saturday, stamped himself men working in connection with Chair-
one to b e played, frthe Juniorswas the only as one of the best performers in the man Aigler, of the board in control of
on toe playe bthe rs winning long run that are to be found extant athletics, and Jim Murfin, of Detroit.
from their younger brothers 6 to 0. in these United States. Some there The requests of the alumni were soI
are who say that the doughty track many that a previously arranged year-
straight from the 25-yard line when he leader could have increased his lead ling contest for Nov. 4 was canceled
started kicking yesterday, but after he over his Orange rival in the late un- and the Evanston game substituted.
got warmed up things went much bet- pleasantness by nearly a minute had To quote the Chicago Tribune: "The
ter and he capped the climax with his he been disposed to push himself. game of Nov.'4 is somewhat in the na-
spectacular boots from the middle of The freshmen will get a chance to ture of an experiment. The Chicago
the field at the close. show their wares tomorrow afternoon alumni have been represented as be-
Nothing much has been learned rela- when they will run over the same ing intensely interested in Michigan's
tive to the strength of the Washington course that the Varsity took in its athletic activities. A manifestation of
team that opposes Michigan on Satur- meet with the Methodists. Whether or such interest will do more to encour-
day. No one is expecting a particu- no a freshman team will be sent to age efforts, engineered through proper
larly hard game, but at the same time the Lansing meet will depend on the channels to bring about varsity com-
Bill Edmunds may uncover an eleven showing made by the yearlings in this petition between Michigan and Chica-
that will surprise the' Michigan ag- run. go, than any other single agency."
ret'O'aOtion. Rcent re orts from the

OCCER TEAM TO HOLD FINAL
SCRDINAGE FORINITIAL GAAIE
The soccer team is getting ready
r the game with Ypsilanti this Sat-
rday morning. There will be a final
crimmage today in order to get a
ne on the men. After this scrim-
age, Coach Peirsol will choose the
eam to represent the Maize and Blue.
iits will be given to the men and a
aptain elected from the members.
Several men have been playing ex-
ellent brand of soccer and will fur-
ish a strong nucleus for a good team.
The meeting for men interested in
ccer will be held today in the club-
ouse at 3:30 o'clock.
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New Hampshire Meets Colby Harrir
New Hampshire State College wit
have the first dual cross-country mee
in its history when it meets the teao
from Colby College at Durham, N. H
on Nov. 4.
For results advertise in The Michi
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TO-NIGHT

g t A gjJ'JA L Api AAA l A.
middle west indicate that some of the
stars on the Washington team have
been suffering from injuries and may
not be at their best in the coming
game.
One of the stars of the visiting team
is reputed to be a 125-pound backfield
man who has been gaining ground all
season for the Missouri team. It is
only hoped that Rehor won't check his
aspirations by stumbling at the wrong
time and losing his balance when this
midget is between Michigan's big
guard and the terra firma beneath.
Ferry field isn't exactly a feather bed
at the present instance.

FRIDAY NIGHT AT ARMORY.

DANCING 9 TO 1

S P E C I A L S EXi T
FICH ER KING ALDRICH
Featuring (PIANO) (BANJORINF) (SAXOPHONE)

TICK'TS

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A Snappy

Progfra.m of Fea.4xzre

Vaudeville

MANDOLIN VIRTUOSO-JAMES H. STEVENS, '18E
The first number-a surprise

ARTHUR MURRAY

Introducing his own song hit, "I Want To Dance"

"THE INNOCENT DRUMMER"

L. B. EMMERMAN-In Songs

An all star cast-including ORVA WILLIAMS

"ALGEBRAIC ANTICS"

"AIN'T IT THE TRUTH!"
A comic pantomime sketch

By HELEN CHAMPION and a company of 13
The big dancing act

Of course you will also hear The Varsity Band

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