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THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAC

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VARSITY SQUA OF 25
MEN LEAVE WITH YOST
AND OTHERS FOR GENEVA
TEAM TO PRACTICE ON HOBART
COLLEGE GRIDIRON
TODAY
INJURIES KEEP SHARPE OUT
,ailie Sp'114S Aftfi1rnioon in Showing
Deadly Place Kicking
'i ecul'acy

And Aaulie Will
Do His Part Too
Maulle was hanging out the rear end
of the rear coach. He was gazing
far ahead, as though he were seeing
a vision. Cornell was written on his
face and blood was in his eye. He
leaned far out and the moment grew
still more tense. It reached the climax.
With a boldness worthy of the cause
we approached. We asked him. This
is what he said: "The boys are full
of fight andconfidence. We're going
to bring home the bacon."

THEY'RE PICKING
FOOTBALL STARS
EAR9-LY THIS YEAR

Stutesman of Indiana are also capable
center men.
Three men contend hotly for the
position of premier fullback. They
are Wyman of Minnesota, McCreight of
Washington and Jefferson, and Driggs
of Princeton.
A host of star halfback material
greets the observer's eye. There are

Michigan will send 51 fighting, con-
fident gridders into Ithaca tomorrow
morning, the higgest squad that has
ver been sent out of the University to
meet a football rival. Of this squad
u5 men left last night at 9:43 o'clock
over the Michigan Central bound for
Ceneva, N. Y. Twenty-six more will
leave this evening at 7 o'clock on the
special train bearing the Michigan
rooters, which will go straight through
to Ithaca.
Coach Fielding H. Yost stated last
night that Raymond would be Captain
Maulbctech's running mate at right
half against the Bid Red team and that
Gracey would start at. left guard.
Whether Sparks or Zeiger will start
at quarter is still a mattr for con-
jecture, but the probabilities are that
the .former will call the first play.
However, the chances are that Zeiger
sill get into the big battle before the
whistle ends the game. The team
which will start is expected to be:
Dunne, .e.; Weiman, L.t.; Gracey, l.g.;
Niemann, c.; Rehor, r.g.; Weske, r.t.;
Peach, r.e.; Sparks, or Zeiger, q.;
Captain Maulbetsch, I.h.; Raymond,
r.h.; Smith, I.
Sharpe will not appear against Cor-
nell. Owipg to an injury received
Wednesday night, the speedy half has
been eliminated from the lineup and
will watch the game from the side
lines. Although he will not play in
tomorrow's game, he is expected to be
ready for the Pennsylvania battle a
week from tomorrow.
The team held light practice yester-
day. No scrimmage was staged at all.
Captain Maulbetsch employed his time
in polishing up his toe technique. The
Wolverine leader was drop-kicking
with amazing precision, the ball sailing
squarely between the posts with a
regularity which augurs well for any
such attempts in the coming game. It
is a problem for the Ithacans to solve
as to whether Michigan will try any
field goals, but in case any are called
for the indications point to either
Maulie's doing the work or the job
falling to Bull Dunne. Bull can get
more distance than the captain, but
it is a question whether he has the
accuracy of the Bullet.
Smith seems the logical man to pass
the bal, although both Zeizer and
Peach have reputations along this line.
Peach can throw the spheroid farther
than any other man on the team, but
he has thus far never had a chance
to exhibit his wares in a Varsity game.
It Is possible, although far from prob-
able, that he may be called upon to
smash a hole In the Cornell forward
wall tomorrow.
The confidence of the team anent
this affair at Ithaca is reflected by the
Campus. Michigan rooters have a feel-
ing that their team will carry off the
honors tomorrow. The confidence of
the Wolverines finds its counterbal-
ance in that of the Cornell backers.
The Big Red warriors are resting easy
in their expectations to beat Michigan,
holding that the earlier season games
were not really a test of the nettle of
Dr. Sharpe's team. The showing
against Carnegie Tech seems to have
revived the ambitions of the Cornel-
Hans, although there is another version
of that game current.
Whatever part the respective confi-
dence of the two teams may play in
the contest, it is almost sure to re-
solve itself into a punting duel be-
tween Shiverick on the one side, with
Dunne and Raymond on the other.
Yost has several backfield men in
reserve, who in case they get into the
game, should give a good account of
themselves. Hanish has been improv-
ing all season and is showing ability
in hitting the line. Brazell has been
causing several gentlemen consider-
able worry with his open field run-

ning as well as his plunging, while
Eggert has demonstrated that he can
carry the ball for consistent gains.
Beside those who will open the con-
test, the following left last night:
Zeiger, Martens, Loucks, Goodsell,
Whalen, Dunn, Boyd, Willard, Skin-
ner, Hanish, Brazell, Eggert, Sharpe,
and Bathrick.

THE MILLENIUM
In the west there is a rumbling
And a Purple wraith ascends;
The while a Buckeye war-whoop
The quivering ozone rends.
Through the night the word comes
hurtling
And leaps from lip to lip:
"Northwestern plays Ohio
For the Conference championship."
Then weeps the shade of Hesten,
Eke that of Eckersall,
And Capron, Page, and Vanderboom
Are bowed in sadness all,
For the Gopher hordes are beaten
And the Cardinal banners sag
And Northwestern plays Ohio
For the Western Conference flag.
The eternal hills are leveled,
The cities turned to sand,
Surprise and consternation
Reign through all the land
All the earth is in upheavel
And the very heavens tip
For Northwestern plays Ohio
For the Conference championship.
SENIOR ENGINEERS WIN, 6"=0

plunging halfs and slippery halfs,
MANY CAPTAINS S T A N D OUT dodging halfs and galloping halfs,
PROMINENTLY TINS halfs that climb over 'em and halfs
FALL that crawl under 'em. Of this multi-
tude of leather-luggers eight men
PIVOTS AND FLANKERS WEAK stand out prominently. These are
Hastings and DeHart, the fleet Pitts-
- burg pair; Harry Legore, punter par
Guards, Fullbacks, and Centers Have excellence of the Yale eleven; Elmer
Abundance of Excellent Oliphant, the Army star; Johnny Maul-
Material betsch, of Michigan; Bart Macomber,
Illini mainstay; Driscoll, Northwest-
Football experts, combing the coun- ern captain, and Chick Harley, the
try for material for their All-Ameri- scintillating Buckeye. Other eastern
can teams, are finding trouble in large halfbacks who have caused attention
chunks in discovering star ends and are: Berry of Pennsylvania, Gerrish
of Dartmouth, Ralfter of Syracuse,
quarterbacks. Almost every team of Wescott of Tufts, Casey of Harvard,
prominence boasts its scintillating and Vidal of the Army. Better-than-
half backs and its stalwart linemen, ordinary western halfbacks are: Ere-
but when it comes to exceptional flank- hart of Indiana, Agar of Chicago,
ers and signal screechers, they are 1 Sprafka of Minnesota, Simpson of
woefully weak. Wisconsin. Jacks of M. A. C., and Co-
woeflly eakfall of Notre Dame.
At the helmsman's position, Shiver-
ick of Cernell and Anderson of Col- TWO UPPERCLASS LIT TEASS

Waking Good
BY Ring W. Lardner.
I will not speak a piece, nor sing,
Nor play the ukelele,
But I will write a little thing
To publish in The Daily.
But as The Daily hasn't said
That it would pay me money,
I will not strain what's in my head
In efforts to be funny.
I'll write three stanzas, Just enough
To keep my sacred promise,
And by the time you read this stuff,
I'll be way past St. Thomas.
lYpsi Quactint e
B1ests SocceritesP

HILL CLIMBERS WILL
HOLD FORTHTOMORROW
Eddie Carroll Probable Harrier to
Have His Name Placed
On Cup
Tomorrow morning will hold some-
thing of interest for the campus be-
sides speculation as to the outcome of
the Cornell game. Coach Farrell's
cross country runner s will hold forth
n a six mile race to decide the per-
sonnel of the team which will go to
Lansing the Saturday following.
Incidentally the run will decide who
is to be the firs't Michigan man to have
his name inscribed as the champion
cross country speedster of the Univer-
sity. In addition the freshmen will

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gate stand out prominently from the
maze of mediocrity, with Rabbit Curry
of Vanderbilt premier field general of
the south, close on their heels. In
the west, Long of Minnesota and
Sparks of Michigan are making names
for themselves. Bert Macomber, star
Illinois halfback, has been shifted into
the pilot position and is making igood
with a vengeance in his new surround-
ings. Cannell of Dartmouth has also
shown considerable ability as a quar-
terback.
But four men have stamped them-
selves as truly great ends so far this
season, these men being Captain Bert
Baston of Minnesota, All-American end
last year; Captain Johnny Beckett of
Oregon, the best flanker on the Pa-
cific coast; Highley of Princeton, and
Herron of Pittsburg. Other ends who
have flashes of form are Meyers of

EXHIBIT ANOTHER 0-0 TILT
The senior and junior lits staged
another one of their very popular 0
to 0 affairs yesterday afternoon. Both
teams fought hard in every one of the
20 minutes played. Neither team was
able to carry the leather with much,
success, the play for. the most part
being in the center of .the field. To-
ward the end of the game the seniors
made a desperate effort to score by
means of the forward pass, but each
time the ball either hit the ground
or fell into the waiting arms of their
opponents.
The finest Floral Shop in the city
will open soon in the Nickels Areade,
State Street. 3-tf

ksubstitute Tearn of icnigan rlayers " 4"
Will lfeet Varsity Men fight for, a place on the team which
Tomorrow will accompany the Varsity to the
capital. The yearlings will run four
and one-half miles.
again on the eve of battle Michi-adon-a mes
t e oThere seems to be no doubt what-
gan's soccer team is informed of the soever that Eddie Carroll, Varsity
fact that Ypsilanti has been placed track captain, will carry off first hon-
under quarantine and it will be im- ors. The Wolverine star outdistanced
possible for them to play the game his nearest rival in the Syracuse meet
scheduled for this Saturday. It now with a half minute to spare and could
appears that the clash with the Nor- have lengthened his lead. Captain
Kuivenen, of the cross country team
malites will have to be postponed in- is expected to come in second,. A
definitely. Coach Peirsol hopes to battle for the next few places is prom-
have matter settled by next week and ised. Bouma may -be looked to for a
he will open the season with the M. berth in the first six places.
A. C. contest on Saturday, Nov. 18. The state meet at Lansing will be an
In place of the Ypsi contest and in excellent experience gainer for the
order not to disappoint the followers Wolverine farriers and may go a tong
of this sport, there will be a clash way toward pointing the team for the
between a first team from the Varsity eastern intercollegiate races at New
squad and the University Internation- Haven the Saturday before Thanks-
als, a team made up of cosmopolitan giving Day. Although little is known
students. locally about the relative strength of
This year's Maize and Blue aggre- the teams competing in the earlier
gation is the best yet. Snyder, Liu, meet, yet it is expected that Michigan
Kiefer, Domboorajian and Plummer will take first place without very much
are showing up well on the forward trouble. The run tomorrow will be a
line, while Acting Captain Cohen and good index to the team's strength. The
Brush are proving to be stone wall men have been improving steadily
backs. The coach is hoping for a since the last contest and should make
clean slate this season. the a I+ i nn rt+ +aLime

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Kohr Goes Over for Sole Score.
Contenders Stage Regular
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Battling on a wet, heavy field, the
senior engineers, playing off the tie
of last week, defeated the junior en-
gineers 6 to 0 yesterday afternoon. At
a time when it was still anybody's
game, Rye, in running back a wild
drop kick, was downed on his own
goal line and an argument ensued
about the two points which the seniors
claimed and the juniors denied them.
No score was awarded on this play so
the seniors made argument on the
subject useless by sending Kohr over
for a touchdown in the next half fea-
tured by moonlight.
For the senior bridge builders Tay-
lor and Kohr kept the ball advancing
steadily. Rye and Good of the junior
organization in general neutralized the
gains of the seniors and Russel proved
extremely clever on the defense. Both
classes made attempts at open play
and each team was successful in a
pair of passes.
The lineup:
Seniors-Baker, I.e.; Blecki, l.t.;
Bedford, l.g.; Winch, c.; Crandall, r.g.;
Hyde, r.t.; Smith, r.e.; Dondero, q.;
Kohr, l.h.; Walterhouse, r.h.; Taylor,
f.b. Juniors-Mittlesdorf, McKee, L.e.;
Howe; l.t.; Crane, l.g.; Tattersahl, c.;
Morency, r.g.; Cherry, r.t.; Routier,
r.e.; Dudley, q.; Rye, l.h.; Russel, r.h.;
Good, f.b.
FRESH-SOPH LIT GRID GAME
SCHEDULED THIS AFTERNOON
Owing to the fact that the contest
was not arranged until the eleventh
hour, Manager Anderson of the fresh
fits wishes to announce that his team
will encounter the sophs of the same
college this afternoon at 3 o'clock on
south Ferry field. All members of the
team are asked to be out promptly at
that hour.

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braska, Laun of Iowa, and Peach and
Dunne of Michigan.
Cobb and Trigg, tackles extraor-
dinary on the giant Syracuse wall,
have proved themselves to be among
the foremost exponents of the art to
be found in the east this fall. Gillies
of Cornell and Thornhill of PittsburgN otiCe To ally; ubscribers
are also showing up well. Cody of
Vanderbilt leads the southern tackles,
while Blacklock of M. A. C. seems to
size up as good as any in the west. All unpaid subscriptions must be
Good guards are plentiful. Schlach-
ter, Syracuse's contribution to the All- paid TO-DAY by 5:30 o'clock or
American team last year, has been
handicapped by injuries so far this the $3.00 rate will be charged, if the
season and his play has not reached
the perfection that it attained last
year. Guards whose work has been amount is not paid by the 15th, the
above the ordinary are Thurman, the
punting lineman from the University paper wil be stopped.
of Virginia; Liversedge, the giant Cali-
fornian; White of Syracuse, Anderson
of Cornell, Black of Yale, Hancock of
Wisconsin, Rehor of Michigan, Dad- .
mun of Harvard, and Hogg of Prince- =
ton.
At the pivot position, Bob Peck, the
phenomenal Pittsburg captain, is prov-
ing himself one of the greatest cen-
ters that.ever wore the cleated shoe.
He has a formidable rival in Captain j
McEwan of the Army eleven. Gilmore'=
of Syracuse, Hansen of Minnesota, and1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Jil II [II 111111 iIlIisilli:11111111111111111111

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Michigan Central Special Train Jo Ithaca

Lehigh's New Stadium Ready Saturday
South Bethlehem, Pa., Nov. 9--The
new Taylor stadium at Lehigh Uni-
versity, which has been completed
through the generosity of Mrs. Charles
M. Schwab, will be used for the first
time on Saturday, when Lehigh will
play its annual football game against
Penn State eleven. The regraded, re-
sodded gridiron is said to be one of
the finest in the country.
Use the advertising columns of the
Michigan Daily in order to reach the
best of Ann Arbor's buyers.

If you have not calready registered for transportation on the. SPECIAL TRAIN for Corncll to
leave at 7:00 P. M. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 10th, please do so at once
in order that ample equipment may be provided to accommodate the large number who
will go.

H. A. TILLOTSON, Ticket Agent.

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