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IHE MICHIGAN DAILY

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SQUAD WAITS AN hOU (I -
FORMS; IOTERS GEl
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CIAGO BOYS Ou UR

heres a chance for some
bin mid citizen to act the
phi-oJsan thereby aid
k V'aci Sieve Farrell
an automobile for
a aieng the Varsity
( utry team at work.
i " become so fast
n te coach can no
l e kep up with the rear
uard, and in order to get the
best results he must be with
th boy, Mhigan has a cross

MAY SEND RUGBY
SQUAD TO WEST

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* country team that will be a
Yearlings Are Powerful on Several e ;- c %d'it to the university and in *
casion, But howNio * order to get the best results the *
Cleverness * ast mentor should be along *
.1.11 the time the men are run- *
(Courtesy of Chicago Tribune.) - nmt. Coach Farrell never asks *
Chicago, Nov. 4.-The University o for a thing unless it is neces- *
Michigan freshmen made their (Chi- sy and never more than once. *
cago debut today on Northwestern Isethr,' a Michigan man who *
field and defeated the Evanston Ajad- l nd his car for the use of *
emy football team 27 to 10. hi (2ach every afternoon at 4 *
Coach McGinnis' yearlings waited in 'cloek and so assist in building *
their dressing room for their costmums p 1. si Wolverine squad? Re- *
for over one hour. Meanwhile a loyal o" to the athletic office in the *
crowd of Michigan rooters gathered in *An ror Press building on *
the east stand and afforded Chicago * Ynard " street, or to Coach Far- *
people a hearing of the Michigan yells. ri at the clubhouse on Ferry *
The University freshmen out weighe kc1 t Thanks. *
the preps about 25 pounds to the mnai.
On receiving the kickoff, the verdants - -
marched straight down the gridiron
for a touchdown. Two attempted
punts by the preps gave Michigan the-
ball twice inside the home team's 0- AA 0te4.me for Ypsilanti Battle
yard line and the freshmen turned ar os ltteresting; leds Beat
these mistakes into scores, hMaes 4-2
In the second half Evanston o er- -
came its awe of bulk and by adopting< A la rge crovd witnessed the game
a strategy of falling across the ankles betwveen the Reds and Blues, which
of the visiting linemen, was able to as pltayed yesterday morning in place
mess up the attack. < Y
Michigan scored once in the third
quarter. The preps became real ac- atveal -tpts at goal but were held
tive in the fourth quarter after Kirk- yh versatile Red backs. Cohen
bridge had sprinted with an inter- an Bulosh wFer impregnable. Espe-
cepted pass from his own goal line to cjial In C-hen dij te opposition meet
Michigan's 15-yard mark. Michigan "-t a stoe wall. As a result the
stopped the academy on the one-yard vsEre vi'niors by a score of 4 to 2.
line, but the punt out was hected on iTh postponed game with Ypsilanti
the 25-yard mark from where Ulrich yill he played at Ferry field next Sat-
kicked a placement goal a moment ,rday at 3:30 o'clock.
later. "t,,e line up: Reds-Cohen, Brush,
Gebhart later nabbed a Michign Ts. 0 Ihien, Mason (backs); Snyder,
pass 40. yards from the goal line and,011n1,'ol, Peirsol, Shimman (for-
raced for a touchdown. The freshmend),- srtd Tripolitis (goal). Blues-
showed a little attack that was fa t yn, .rajiafl, Liu, Windes, Hecksher,
and powerful, but from a spectator's >< (achs); Later, Kaufman,
standpoint, McGinnis' yearlings were
disappointing, as they exhibited no-
cleverness. The lineup:
EVANSTON (10) ALL-FRES (27)
Ulrich.........R.T.....Emer Cress
Erwine......... R......., Fortune
Johnson.........C..,..... ...Culver
Green A..........A.C......IBlacore
Finch.........L.T....... Chapman
Tjornsland......L.E.......Earl Cre s 4 ! rohi tion Hel
Kirkbridge......L.E.......1 -itchcok
Wheelock- s e QueSiOn anSW
Hogshead......R.H.......... Perrin
Adams.........H ........ Frcemke i a-pkers sed c
McCab-Gebhardt.F.B...........West a i oJ-Econoumic and Mor
Touchdowns-Hitchcock 3. West.
Gebhardt. Goals from touchdon n - Un n Banker
West 3, Ulrich. Feld goal.-Ulrich. andof Economic and Mor
Referee-Elridge (Michigan). Umpire N O 8 ao a Banker
--Engel (Michigan). Field judge- n; anie of Econom
Sutter (Michigan). Time of periods---
8 minutes. BankerS sent 21
of Econone and Moral A
Freshmen AgainThe!
Lick Sophot ores1
Rule
Once again the yearlings triumphed
over the sophomores. Licking the YE" Amem
class of 1919 seems to be about the
easiest and simpliest thing they can
find to do. This time it was the relay
race between halves of the Washing

Rumor Authority for Statement; Not
to Be Official Michigan
Aggregation
TO OPPOSE LELAND STANFORD
Rumor is authority for the state-!
ment that one of the attractions at
Leland Stanford this coming Christ-
ntas will be a rugby football match
between a team composed of South
African students at the University of
Michigan and an aggregation from the
California institution.
Word to this effect has been re-
ceived from' Los Angeles and other
western points, although no informa-
tion has been given out from local
sources.,
There are altogether 24 sons of the
Transvaal attending the University of
Michigan. Rugby teams consist of 11
men, and nine of the Michigan stu-
dents have played together on the
same team in the past. One of these,
Van Hwerden, is an international
rugby star.
The members of the board of con-
trol in athletics at Michigan are un-
officially in favor of permitting the
South Africans to make the trip if
they wish to, although official action
j has not been taken on the question.
The Michigan Daily tried to get con-
firmation of the report that the Michi-
gan South Africans would make the
trip, but those in charge refused to
make any statement whatsoever last
night. It is understood that if the
team goes it will ,not be officially con-
sidered as the University of Michigan
team, but rather as a team composed
of Michigan students.
Fleschauer, Panayotides, Northrup
(forwards), and Fiezy (goal).
Referee-R. T. Smith. Time of
halves-30 minutes. Goals for Reds-
Brush 3, Peirsol 1. Blues-Windes 1,
Hecksher 1.
If your window shades need renew-
ing call 237, C. H. Major & Co. 5-16

Juniors-Ireland, I.e.; Paley, Cox,
L.t.; Bogue, l.g.; Harlan, c.; Potts, r.g.;
Helsel, r.t.; Cotton, r.e.; Kammerer,
q.; Comstock, L.h.; Gorman, r.h.;
Houghton, f.b.
Touchdowns - Phillips, Johnson,
Rosenthal. Goals from touchdown-
Ingham 2.
MEDICS WALLOP FORESTERS
heavier Quacks Crush Woodmen by

backs, Laura Peacock and Dorothy
Williams; goal, Frances Cooney.
Freshman substitutes: Center forward,
Ruth Abbott; inside right forward,
Marjorie Van Norman; inside left for-
ward, Virginia Weeks; wing right for-
ward, Bernice -Updike; wing left for-
ward, Alice Leonard; center half,
Shirley Mallette; left half, Grace Hall;
right half, Helen Taylor; full backs,
Rhea Covert and Anna Haffner; goal,
May Mitchell.-

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39-0 Score; a Maulbetsch not only to be the chief ground gainer
Plays but was a wall on defense. The
woodchoppers not to be outdone by
The heavier and more experienced the Varsity, had a Maulbetsch in their
medic team literally swamped the backfield, but he in no way resembled
foresters yesterday morning by the the famous German Bullet other than
score of 39 to 0. 'The medics out- in name.
weighed their opponents about 20 The lineup: Medics-Sherwood, I.e.;
pounds to the man and their heavy Adams, L.t.; Foster, l.g.; Codney, c.;
line found little or no trouble in open- Novy, r.g.; Graf, r.t.; Andreas, r.e.;
ing up big holes for their plunging Badgely, q.; Hammill, .h.; Barnard,
backs. In Badgely, Hammill, Barnard, r.h.; Hyde, f.b. Foresters-Case, L.e.;
and Hyde the medics have perhaps the Johnson, L.t.; Hook, l.g.; Seabrook, c.;
most versatile gackfield in class foot- Burnett, r.g.; Kannousky, r.t.; How-
ball. ard, r.e.; Augsburger, q.; Graham,
For the foresters Augspurger proved l.h.; Southworth, r.h.; Maulbetsch, f.b.

FRESH LAWS DEFEAT JUNIORS "ELCT "OCKEY TEAMS
Freshman and sophomore hockey
tFirst Year Barristers Wallop Their
Oponnt 2.01S r Al teams, both regular and substitute,
Opponents 20.0; Score All
in Furst Half 'were selected and announced yester-
_ ay. Sophomore regulars: Center for-
During the first half of a 20-minute ward, Phyllis Eggleston; inside right
gforward, Jean Maclennan; inside left
game yesterday morning the c bina-forward, Margaret Atkinson; wing
tion of Johnson, Phillips, and Perry right forward, Lucile Duff; wing ,left
proved disastrous for the junior laws forward,. Mary Morse; center half,
and the freshmen of the same depart-- lhen MacAndrew; left half, Marcia
ment won 20 to 0. Pinkerton; right half, Eva Herzberg;
Although the freshmen had the best full backs, Edith Duemling and Edith
of the argument during the whole Butler; goal, Helen Hammels. Sopho-
game, the scoring was all done in the more substitutes: Center forward,
first half. The first two touchdowns Esther Vickery; inside right forward,
same as the result of long gains by lary Sc hmalfuss; inside left forward,
Johnson and Phillips. The third score Sarah Caughey; wing right forward,
was counted when Rosenthal picked Helen Dailey; wing left forward, Mil-
up a blocked punt of the juniors and dred Lehman; center half, Olive Wig-
ran unmolested for a touchdown. gins; left half, Ethel Glauz; right half,
Johnson and Phillips in the back- Eliza iHarris; full backs, Gertrude
field with Ingham and O'Connor on the Gunn and Margaret Knevels; goal,
line were directly responsible for the Caroline Davis.
victory of their team while Gorman Freshman regulars: Center forward,
and Ireland were the main assets of Susan Verlenden; inside right for-
the losers, ward, Elizabeth McCormick; inside
Lineup: Freshmen-Ingham, I.e.; ! left forward, Florence Field; wing
Rosenthal, I.t.; Casshion, I.g.; Lam- right forward, Kathleen Tier; wing
bert, c.; Gray, r.g.; Weidemen, r.t.; left forward, Agnes Jamieson; center
O'Connor, r.e.; Johnson, q.; Northway, half, Lucy Huffman; left half, Agnes
l.h.; Perry, r.h.; Phillips, f.b. Kennedy; right half, Hazel Platt; full

Alabama, W e st Virginia, North Carolina, as e urg o s S an e s o aoMn
swer Outrageous Slanders of Saloon Men
ped Savings Accounts and General Moral and Economic Conditions?"
ered by the bankers of these four states In the "Manufacturers Record"
92 replies. Of these 79, or 85 percent, are sure Prohibition has been the cause of Increased Savings
ral Advancement.
S sent 144 replies and 86, or 75 percent, are sure Prohibition has been the cause of Increased Savings
ral Advancement.
rs sent 199 ireplies and 171, or nearly 86 percent, were sure Prohibition had Increased Savings and
ic and Moral Advancement.
r replies-and 181, or 85 percent, were sure Prohibition had been the cause of Increased Savings and
dvancement.

N
AND GUITARS
At
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lour is at Hand for Michigan to Defeat the Home
Bill and to Carry Prohibition to a Victory.

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,u ent to Article XVI.

Vote "NO" on Amendment to Article Viii.

Washtenaw Dry Campaign Committee

ton game and they took th-' evn
handily, winning by 15 yards.
Eght men ran on each team mnd
each contestant covered 220 yards. Time
fresh took the lead almost at tie out
set and they never were in danger
Sparks and Zoellin were counted unon
to swing the tide inf"avor of the s
ond year men, but they stari t.,d hoi
lessly in the rear. Both gained,
Butler, running the last lap for th
freshmen, finished easily and- with a
commanding lead.
Freshmen-Messener, hunt, Cook,
McCloy, Cagney, Lombard, Hart, and
Butler.
Sophomores-Thompson, Beardsley.
Millar, Snow, Bailey, Parks, Horr, an
Zoellin.
3f. A. C. and South Dakota 11'y to
Vermillion, S. D., Nov. 4.-The Uni-
versity of South Dakota surpred
western football fans today by holding
the Michigan Aggies to a 3 to tie.

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peared on this page yesterday was th
work of Daines. Despite appearances
to the contrary, The Daily has noth
ing against Mr. Daines and is sorr
that he has again been overlooked.
Have those rooms orte no.
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