T Y\S T[OLRSL
IP VARSITY MOVING!
The Exponent 'o the Come-back
Zeiger, Quarterback, Who Turned Last
Saturday's Defeat Into a
ANNOUNCE HOCKEY RESULTS Grace Rose; inside left forward. Mar-
Ian Holden. right wing forward, Flor-
ence Fogg, left wing forward, Iva
Personnel of Senior and Junior Teams J Carlson; center half, Katherine Smith;
Decided; Final List Comes left half, Clarissa Vyn; right half, Con-
and Raymond o
Sharpe to Go i1
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Michigan. Washington. *
Dunne ........L.E........Kling *
Weimann...L.T.... Hackman *
Boyd.. ......L.G.... Grossman *
Niemann'..C........ Wetzel *
Rehor.........R.G.. ...Kurrus *
Weske...... T. . ....,... Busick *
Peach......RE... Pemberton *
Zeiger....... .Q.B.. .. Reichard'*
Raymond. R.H.....Dawson *
Referee-Haines (Yale). Um- *
pire - Holderness (Lehigh). *
Head linesman - Sa m p s o n *
Time of quarters-15 minutes. *
Game called at 2:30 o'clock. *
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Michigan faces a new' opponent this
fternoon when her Varsity football
ean opposes Washington University
f St. Louis.
This is the first time that the Wol-
erines and the boyst from the Mis-
issippi river have ever met. The vis-
;ors are coached by Bill Edmunds, a
armer Michigan football star. Ed-
Hunds played guard and tackle on the
[aize and Blue elevens during the
ear of 1909, 1910, 1911.
While the Wolverines are not an-
icipating 'a particularly strenuous
fternoon, -Bill Edmunds asserts that
ee has an aggregation under his wing
hat won't allow any man's football
Bam to loif or, take things easy. The
lsitors are accompanied by 300 root-
res who chartered a special train for
ie trip to Ann Arbor. Such spirit as
6U, deserves the highest praise from
ie Michigan rooters and it should be
a evidence all afternoon.
The Washington team was given
drry field 'for a period of two hours
esterday afteroon and they enjoyed
ecret practice behind closed gates.
ater in the afternoon Yost's men ap-
eared and the Washington boys gave
ay to the home hopes. Kicking, pass-
tg and signal practice occupied the
iggest part of the afternoon.
Coach Fielding I Yost is not in
e city and the squad has been
laced under the supervision of Doug-
ass, Yost has journeyed to Phila-
elphia where he will watch the
uakers in action this afternoon.
It was announced last night that
uane and Raymond would do the
inting in today's game, and the big-
r share of the work will probably
;volv upon the shoulders of Bull
unne. If the Wolverines try any
eld goals, the assignment will go to
aulbetsch or Rehor. It doesn't make
uch difference which one tries it if
eiger can grab the ball and sprint£
rer for a touchdown as he did lastf
aturday against Syracuse.j
Zeiger will handle the team andt
parks will not be in a suit in all
obability. Sharpe may possibly gor
to the game toward the end of thet
fair. Sharpe is in fair shape andt
few minutes workout probably
ruldn't do him any harm.1
Washington has two of the lightest
ayers that have ever played on Ferry
4d. One of these boys-Schwartzem-
,ch-weighs 125 (three pounds lessa
an his name) and Quarterback1
eichard tips the beam at a scant 135.
MES ON, OTHER GRIDS
Harold Zeiger, the man who turned
an apparent defeat into victory last
Saturday, has at last had his chance
at Varsity quarterback-and has prov-
ed himself worthy.
This is Zeiger's fourth year of foot-
ball experience at Michigan and his
third year on the Varsity squad. Dur-
ing his first year Zeiger was quarter
under the famous All-Fresh team of
which Maulbetsch was captain. In his
sophomore year he was out for Var-
sity but that was the year when Tom-
my Hughitt was also out and Zeiger
hardly had a chance against his more
Last year the quarterback was out
again but it was somewhat of an off
year. However, he was steady in his
attendance of practices and did not
stop in his efforts but rather worked
hard and tried to improve his form.
This year Zeiger has been waiting
his chance and it has come. The last
two years luck has evidently been
against him but he is now getting his
reward for his patience and after his
performance last Saturday great things
are expected of him.
Junior Engineers to Hold Practice
Junior engineers will hold football
practice today at 9 o'clock and Mon-
day at 4 o'clock. Game Tuesday aft-
ernoon at 4 o'clock with sophomore
Results of the senior and junior
field hockey try-outs were announced
yesterday and are as follows: Senior
team, center forward, Gertrude Steke-
tee; inside left forward, Mildred Cris-
sey; inside rig'ht forward, Grace
Hesse; right wing forward, Laura Mil-
lar; left wing forward, Julia Van Lee-
uven; center half, Harriet Walker;
left half, Carrie Baxter; right half,
Margaret Henkle; full backs, Olga
Shinkman and Doris Hafford; goal,
Marjorie Votey. Substitutes, Janet
MacFarlane, Amy Nelson, Emily Walk-
er, Margaret Bennett. f
Junior team, inside right forward,
stance Winchell; full backs. Anna
Lloyd and Pauline Cohen; goal, Hilda
Stroebel. Substitutes, Helen Bourke,
Alice Kraft, Clarissa Smith, Henrietta
On account of the large amount of
splendid material among the freshman
and sophomore aspirants, Miss Alice
Evans, physical director, is experi-
encing considerable difficulty in pick-
ing these teams. The final decisions
will probably be announced today on
the bulletin board in Barbour gym-
Ann Arbor's progressive merchants
use the Michigan Daily as their adver-
ARMY ATTACKS NOTRE DAME
Olipliant Again In Calcium When
"Tank" Is Turned Loose
('United Press Staff Correspondent)
New York, Nov. 3.-Elmer Oliphant,
that enterpi ising young man who is
learning how to be a United States
army Oficer as a side line to his
football studies, will be swathed in the
calcium again tomorrow afternoon
when the Army "tank" is turned loose
against the roaring fresh westerners
from Notre Dame, Indiana. The South
Bend school is going all the way to
West Point to try to batter out an-
other victory over the Army and the
majority of critics expect they will do
it, Oliphant or no Oliphant.
(Continued on Page Four.)
ItAl-VOIA) _It. ZEIGER
Washington and Jefferson vs. Mus-
kinigumn at Washington, Pa.
West Virginia vs. Gettysburg at
Michigan vs. Washington at Ann Ar-
Nebraska vs. Ames at Lincoln.
Chicago vs. -Purdue at Chicago.
Indiana vs. Northwestern at Bloom-
Friends vs. Haskell at Wichita.
Ohio State vs. Wisconsin at Colum-
Denver vs. Colorado Aggies at Den-
Minnesota vs. Illinois at Minne-
Missouri vs. Texas at Columbia.
YPSI SOCCER CONTEST
PLAY TO A SCORELESS TIE
Literary Underclassmen Fai to De-
cide Contest by Counting
Twenty-eight minutes being too
short a time for the underclassmen
of, the literary department to reach a
decision, another interclass game yes-
(Continued on page four)
SODA AND LUNCH
Michigan Central Special Train To Ithaca
If you have not 21ready registered for transportation on the SPECIAL TRAIN for Cornell to
Gaume Between Two Teams
Varsity Squad to Be
leave at 7:00 P. M. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER
10th, please do so at once,
Sorrow is king at Camp Ypsilanti.
The soccer game which was to be
played with the Wolverines today had
to be postponed on account of, the
epidemic of smallpox at Ypsilanti. All
eyes were focused on this game, as the
Normalites had hoped to retaliate for
their double defeat last year.
Coach Peirsol took yesterday as an
opportunity for putting his men
through a stiff drilling* He had two
teams working with a view to polish-
ing up on the rough edges and getting
better organization Yesterday after-
noon these teams played a 0 to 0 tie
and made a very creditable showing.
All next week will be spent in team
Those who were thinking of seeing
the game today will not be disap-
pointed as Coach Peirsol has staged a
match between his two teams. The
teams are evenly matched and the
game promises to be a thriller all the
This is how the teams will lineup:
in order that ample equipment may be provided to accommodate the large number who
H. A. TILLOTSON, Ticket Agent.
Cornell vs. Carnegie Tech at Ithaca.
Harvard vs. Virginia at Cambridge.
Princeton vs. Bucknell at Princeton.
Yale vs. Colgate at New Haven.
Dartmouth vs. Syracuse at Spring-
Army vs. Notre Dame at West Point.,
Navy vs. Washington and Lee at An-
Pittsburg vs. Allegheny at Pittsburg.
Amberst vs. Trinity at Amherst.
Colby vs. Bates at Waterville.
Connecticut Aggies vs. New H1amp-
shire at Storrs.
George Washington vs. Ursinus at
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Domboorajian .. .I.L.F.......... Fiezy
Mason...... ...O.R.F....... Kaufman
Ford ........... LR.F...,........Kiefer
Liu... .. ...Center ...... Northrup
Brush ..........R.H.B...... Pennoyer
Johnson .... ..C.H.B..... Fleschauer
Later... ........L.H.B. ... Panayotides
>rnell (Tme Seats on Sale Monday
Seats for Cornell game will go on
s1e Monday at the Athletic office.
Price two dollars. No reduction made
for studgnt coupon.
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