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WASHINGTON STUDENTS
TO INVADE ANN ARBOR

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JuniOrs Iattle
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Coach Edmunds and Proteges Arrive
This Morning at 9
.O'clock

The game between the junior and
seniof lits ended in a 7 to 7 draw.
! The feature of the game was a for-
ward pass by the seniors, Grylls to
Joslyn, who carried the ball within
three yar(-s of the goal. Adams car-
ried it o 'r on the next play. The
inio s alo brought the bail within
ScOri nk; distance via the aerial method,
Adrians tosing a long pass to Scher-

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According to a telegram received by
the Michigan Athletic association au-
thorities yesterday, the Washington
University football team will be ac-
companied by a special train bearing
200 students.
This is certainly an example of
loyalty and spirit. The Wolverines
play Cornell in a week and if the
Wolverine supporters turn out accord-
ingly all traffic between the east and
west will be blockaded for a week
when the Ann Arbor delegation gets
under way.
Coach Yost staged a scrimmage last
night, trying the Varsity on both de-
fense and offense. No record was kept
of the score, as the ball was moved
about at the will of the coaches.
The Washington team reachesI Ann
Arbor this morning at 9 o'clock. The
men whom Coach Edmunds will lead
into Michigan to oppose the Wolver-
ines are, giving position and number:
Left end, Pemberton (10); left tackle,
Hackman, (2); left guard, Grossman
(3); center, Wetzel (4); right guard,
Kurrus (17); right tackle, Busiek, cap-
tain (9); right end, Kling (1); quar-
ter, Richard (8); left half, Dawson
(12); right half, Shanley (no num-
ber), and fullback, Foelch (13). The,
substitutes will be: Peters (5), Meyers,
(7), Benway (14), Schwartzenbach
(15), Caffee (19), McRobert (20), and
Nelson (no number).
Pick Tfeam for
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m)rhorn, who was downed on the one-
y'ard mark from where Adrians car-
red it over.
Grylls again showed up well for the
;eniors, but the defensive play of
Joslyn was the main factor in the
team's play. Reem of last year's
Varsity baseball team and Adrians
were the shining lights for the juniors,
both being able to puncture their op-
ponents' line for large gains.
Senior lits-Joslyn, le.; Richardson,
l.t.; Kerwin, l.g.; Weisberg, c.; Tuck,
r.g.; Hopkinson, r.t.; Jenkins, r.e.;
Grylls, q.; Hardy, l.h.; Talbot, r.h.;
Adams, f.b. Junior lits-Bolt, i.e.;
Geising, l.t.; Hollenback, l.g.; Motul-
sky, c.; Pence, r.g.; Edwards, r.t.;
Sears, r.e.; Welford, q.; Schermerhorn,
lih.;, Adrians, r.h.; Reem, f.b.
Tduchdowns-Adams, Adrians. Goals
from touchdown-Grylls, Reem. Ref-
eree-Rowe.
The game between the fresh and
J-laws was postponed until Saturday
morning.
ALL1-FRESH TEA1M
READY FOR FIGIHT,
Men in Good Condition for Meeting
With Windy City
Academy7

Above is shown Aviator Don McGee and his military tractor biplane. McGee returned from Detroit yesterday and he spent the afternoon in
making passenger carrying flights. Over half a dozen students were carried up and given their first view of Ann Arbor from a point several hundred
feet above the campus. McGee will continue his passenger carrying flights all week.

FRESH CROSS COUNTRY MEN
TO REPORT TO COACH TODAY
All freshmen who are out for the
fresh cross country team will report
to Coach Farrell in running costume
this afternoon at 4 o'clock at the Ferry
field clubhouse to run over the four-
mile course. It is very important that
every man report as a freshman team
will not be sent to Lansing if the
yearlings do not show up sufficiently
well in this run to warrant such a
move.
Varsity cross country men are re-
quested to report Saturday morning at
'10: 15.
The finest Floral Shop in the city
will open soon in the Nickels Arcade,
State Street. 3-tf

WOMEN PLAY TENNIS TOURNEY
First Round and Part of Second Over
in Spite of Inclement
Weather
The first round and most of the
second in the women's tennis tourna-
ment have been played off in spite of
the interference of many rainy days.
With the exception of the freshmen
matches, the third round will deter-
minke the class championships. Lavinia
MacBride, '17, and Mildred Grissey,
'17, will contest the senior title some-
time before Friday in a match which
should' afford an exhibition of good
tennis. The junior second round is as
yet incomplete: Louise Irish, '18, will
be one of the contestants in the final,

and the winner of the match between
Grace Rose, '18, and Elizabeth Patchin,
'18, the other. Margaret Atkinson,
'19, and Kathryn Johnson, '19, will
'play for the sophomore championship.
Four freshmen are still in the run-
ning, Lucy Huffman, '20, Ruth Wilson,
'20, Katherine Loveland, '20, and Marie
Braun, '20.
Some snappy sets were played on
the Newberry courts yesterday when
Margaret Atkinson, 'I9, defeated
Theresa Bennett, '19, 6-3, 6-2, and
Lucy Huffman, '20, won from Grace
Hall, '20, 6-4, 7-5. The inter-class
matches will be hard fought if these
early ones are any indication, and the
winner must play Margaretta Doug-
lass, '17, college champion in last
spring's contest.
Margaret Atkinson, '19, tennis man-
ager of the athletic department of the

Women's League, has charge of ti
tournament.
Ryan, Runner, Attending Boston
Jack Ryan, who won the 600-yar
novice race at the Millrose A. A. game
in this city last January and later th
Baxter mile at N. Y. A. C. games, ha
entered Boston College, which has car
tured a lot of promising youngster
who graduated at the various high an
private schools around Boston laa
spring, with which the institutio
hopes to make a bid for the interco:
legiates.
Doty Fines Man for Unlighted Ca
Ross French, of Port Huron, wa
assessed $3.45 costs before Justice Wil
liam G. Doty yesterday. He had bee:
arrested for leaving his car in fron
of the Allenel hotel without lights.

JIce Expected to Be Close With Edge
Going to Yearling
Runners

ALUMNI TO ENTERTAIN SQUAD
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Teams for the fresh-soph relay race
have been picked and all is in readi-
ness for the annual struggle tomorrow
afternoon. According to the times
hung up in the trials held for the last
two days, the race will be an extremely
close one, with a slight edge to the
freshmen. The second year men may
be able to even this advantage up
bowever, by their greater experience.
The yearlings will report this after-
noon at 4 o'clock sharp to practice
passing the baton.
The turnout for the soph team has
been very slim, very little latitude be-
ing allowed the coaches in the selec-
tion of the team. Zoellin, Parks, and
Horr, star sprinters of last year's
freshman cinder squad, are expected
to toil nobly for the 1919 class. Of
the yearlings, Messner and Butler have
made the most impressive showings.
The last named runner will be re-
membered as the young man who gal-
loped away with the quarter-mile so
handily at the interscholastics last
spring.
The personnel of the teams:
Sophs-Thompson, Beardsley, Mu-
lar, Snow, Bailey, Parks, Horr, and
Zoellin. Hewlett, alternate.
Fresh-Hunt, R. Cook, Messner, Mc-
Cloy, Cagney, Lombard, Hart, and
Butler. Van Horn, alternate.
GAME RESULTS IN NO SCORE
Neither Senior Nor Junior Engineers
Able to-Push Across Counter

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FRESH LINEUP
Elmer Cress, l.e.; Chapman,
L.t.; Fortune, l.g.; Culver, c.;
Blackmore, r.g.; Earl Cress, r.t.;
Hammils, r.e.; Hitchcock, q.b.;
Froeinke, l.h.; Perrin, r.h.;
West, fLb.

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To a man the team is in good con
dition for the game with Evanston to
morrow. There is not a cripple on
the squad, and they are expected to
be "in the pink" when they run or
the gridiron to do battle with the
Illinois team tomorrow afternoon.
In addition to the men who will
start the game, the list of which is
given above, Deckema, Zapp, Weadock
Booth, Barber, Ginnebach, and Knox
will accompany Coach McGinnis and
Assistant Bob Watson when the year-
ling team leave this afternoon for
Chicago. The party will leave over
the Michigan Central at 1:17 o'clock
in a special car.
The squad and coaches will be met
by Michigan alumni upon their arrival
in the Windy City, and will be shown
about the town. This evening they
will be the guests of honor at a meet-
ing given by the alumni. This will
resemble somewhat the mass meetings
given in Hill auditorium, and the
alumni are expected to give their vocal
chords a thorough stretching in prep-
aration for what will happen Satur-
dayp,
Not a whole lot is known as to the
comparative strength of the two con-
tenders. The Evanston bunch have
one of their best teams in years, hav-
ing had uniform success in disposing
of some of the best small college teams
in the vicinity of Chicago. A hard
game is expected, with the yearlings
confident of bringing home the long
end of the count, but only after a real
fight. The team and coaches will re-
turn to Ann Arbor sometime Sunday.
team. The tie will be played off
sometime next week.
The lineup:
Senior engineers - Collins, i.e.;
Blakie, L.t.; Hyde, l.g.; Winch, c.;
Crandall, r. g.; Bedford, r.t.; Baker,
r.e.; Dondero, q.b.; Walterhouse, l.h.b.;
Kohr, r.h.b.; Taylor, f.b.
Junior engineers-Routier,.e.; Bar-
nard, Stephen, l.t.; Healy, Goodspeed,
Marson, l.g.; Tattersahl, c.; Morency,
r.g.; Marson, Cherry, r.t.; Mittlesdorf,
r.e.; Dudley, q.b.; Rye, l.h.b.; Russell,
Goodspeed, r.h.b.; Good, f.b.
After the Band Bounce, Dance at the
Armory.

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Vote-"N " on Home Ru6le

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Our present Liquor law is 100 per cent better than the Home Rule law.

Defeat it at the plls.

If Home Rule should carry it would not only defeat Prohibition but it would also repeal the County
Option lalv which now exists.
It would make it possible for a little village of 200 people to have ta saloon with which to contaminate a whale
towns hip.
It would also make it possible for a little township of 200 people to have a saloon with with which to contamikate
a wholee ity.
Whatever else you do or fail to do on Nov. 7th for the sake of Michigan's boys go to the polls and defeat Home Rule.
Vole "N '" on Cut this out and take
Amendment to article VIII it to the oils

Washtenaw Dry Campaign Committee

After four quarters of a hotly con-
ested football game the senior and
junior engineers left south Ferry field
late yesterday afternoon, each carry-
ing away a share of the scoreless tie.
Both teams fought with a vengeance
and the result was that neither was
able to gain consistently.
Near the end of the first half the
seniors seemed to get a little of the
"hurry up" spirit and pushed the ball
down the field only to lose it on the
juniors' 5-yard line a minute before
the whistle blew. Again in the fourth
quarter the junior goal was threatened
through a series of gains by Kohr and
Taylor, but the effort was stopped by
one of the many fumbles of the game.
The juniors made some long gains but
at no time seriously threatened to
score. They were helped in many
cases by the recovery of punts which
the seniors seemed unable to handle.
Kohr and Taylor were the senior
ground gainers and Walterhouse of
Varsity baseball experience also did
good work on the offense.
Rye, the junior halfback, played a
brilliant game both on offense and de-
fense and was easily the star of his

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