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November 17, 1916 - Image 3

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TRMNER TUTHIL SAYS
ARSITY IS I
OR INDUP ONTEST
BE AT U- IALLAT 4:05 O'CLOCK
FOR MARCH TOj
FIELD
SQUAD TARES LIGHT WORKOUT
Record Crowd Wl1 lie Present Whens
Referee Starts Curtain *
Contest
The manging editor of this noble
publication cautioned the .gentleman
who presides over the destinies of
page three to be sure to mention this
afternoon's mass meeting. Like some
others, the m. e. said that he had
a snaking notion that there were
those of the general public who per-
used this page only and every Michi-
gan man should know what to do to-
day.
Since all of the students are al-
ready aware that the gathering meets
at U-hall this afternoon at 4:05 o'clock
and thence proceeds to Ferry field
headed by the -Varsity band, this
familiar and well known detail will
be omitted.
The success of the movement is di-
rectly'dependant upon the size of the
crowd.
"The more the merrier," as William
Jennings Bryan remarked when in-
formed that he followed the Spanish
yodelers in the Chautauqua circuit.
Trainer Tuthill stated last night
that the Michigan football squad was
in "the pink of condition." Harry said
that he wasn't exactly sure just what
this really was, but that he'd heard
that all well conditioned teams were
that way and that his Michigan aggre-
gation surely was in that shape. As
a matter of fact, Tuthill has worked
wonders with the Varsity football
squad this year. Last week at Cor-
nell he only went onto the field once.
The good shape that the men have;
been in shows, and it will count
heavily in Saturday's game.1
The squad escaped again last night'
with a comparatively easy time. The;
customary routine which has been the
rule this week was again in vogue.
The team spent a big share of the dayi
in handling kicks and in chasing down,
the field to receive passes. If the
ground is not wet on Saturday, Michi-
gan is certain to bank heavily upon
this style of play. If the going is bad,
it will be a question of whether the
Pennsylvanians can stop Maulbetsch
and Smith. They have halted every
one that they have seen this year
and from all reports they do not seem
to doubt but that they can stop the
two Michigan line plungers.
The Michigan-Pennsylvania game;
will probably be watched by the big-
gest crowd that has ever been together
onl Ferry field. The athletic associa-
tion has announced an unprecedented
seat sale as every ticket has been sold
and the cash received several days
ago.
Orders have been pouring in since
this time for seats,- but the athletic
association has been unable to comply.
A great many of the disappointed
ticket seekers deposited money in the
hopes that a few of the seats would
be turned back at the last minute.
The exact sale thus far is something
over 23,000.
Howard Berry of the Pennsylvania
team will be one youth that the Michi-
gan footballers will watch with inter-
est. Berry is one of the finest all-

around track athletes in America to-
day and is a baseball player of no
mean ability. Berry's home run in
the fifteenth inning defeated Cornell
last spring.
Berry has been running wild in
broken fields during 'part of the sea-
son, but again he has proved of al-
most no avail to his squad. Coach
Folwell announced some time ago that
-he might use Berry in- the Michigan
game much as a baseball team uses
a pinch hitter. The game will open
with the Penn star on the side lines,
but as soon as an emergency arises,
he will be rushed into the breech.
Michigan will follow him with in-
terest.
A play by play account of the game
in the GREEN PEiN SY EXTRA to-
morrow.
The finest Floral Shop in the city
will open soon in the Nickels Arcade;
State Street. 3-tf

Watdi this Pair,
Uler and [Dunne
Heine Miller cavorts at right end
on the Pennsylvania Varsity. Eastern
critics are loutl in their praises of
fhis boy, the majority of them declar-
ing that his showing to date warrants
his presence on the All-American.
Miller will find himself confronted
with a worthy rival for honors of the
day when he opposes Morrie Dunne,
the sensational forward pass clutcher
of the Wolverines. The battle for

nesday, Nov. 22, 4 o'clock-5, losers of
1 vs. losers of 2 (winner gets third
set of numerals); 6, winners of 3 vs.
winners of 4. Friday, Nov. 24, 4 o'clock
-Winners of 6 vs. losers of 5 (win-
ner gets fourth set of numerals). Sat-
urday, Nov., 25, 10:30 o'clock-Win-
ners of 1 vs. winners of 2 for campus
championship.
CROSS COUNTRY TEAMIS
GO TO LANSING TODAY
Little Known as to Conipetition Which
Farrell's Harriers Face in
State Meet
Coach Farrell will lead seven Var-
sity and six freshman harriers into
Lansing this evening. fThe Michigan
cross country runners will be enter-
ed in the state meet at the capital to-
morrow morning. The tcdm wx ill leave
at 2:29 o'clock this afternoon and will
travel via the Michigan Central, ar-
riving in Lansing about 5 o'clock.
The meet starts at 10:30 o'clock,
Saturday. Most of the state colleges
will be entered in the meet and the
Maize. and Blue runners are likely to
encounter some real competition. Just
who will have the best bets is not
known. Cross country'is not a major
sport in the middle west and owing to
the fact that King Football occupies
the spotlight at present practically no
dope has filtered through to local
headquarters concerning who's who in
outside track circles.
The men who will go to Lansing
are Captain Kuivenen, Carroll, Fox,
Sedgwick, Bouma, Bachtel, and Fuess.
The yearling team is composed of the
following men: Aldridge, Mobre, Mc-
Carthy, Jewell, and Batty. Coach Far-
rell and Student Manager Sanders will
accompany the squad.
We set glass. C. H. Major & Co. 5-16
Watch for the grand opening of Ann
Arbor's Finest Floral Shop. Nickels
Arcade. 3-tf

PANTHER GRIDDERS
NEARBYPRODUCTS
All Regulars Save One Reside Within
Keystone State; Guard Sies
From Iowa
1AJORITY INEXPERIENCED MEN
Pittsburg, Nov. 16.-Pittsburg's foot-
ball team has perhaps the best record
of any aggregation in America. Their
record for the season to date stamps
them as one of the leading elevens
in the country.
it is a noteworthy fact that the
personnel of the University of Pitts-
burg team which scored decisive vic-
tories over the Syracuse University
and University of Pennsylvania elev-
ens and which is expected to go
through another season without defeat
is made up almost entirely of western
Pennsylvania prep school boys, the
majority of whom showed little class
before, entering the University.
Captain Peck, who was chosen by
Walter Camp for his All-American
center last year and who is expected to
land the same honor this year, comes
from Lock Haven, a town about 150
miles from Pittsburg. He learned the
game while attending Lock Haven
Normal. Jack Sutherland, one of the
Varsity guards, is from Sewickley, a
suburb of Pittsburg and prepped at
Oberlin Academy. Dale Sies, the other
guard, is from Davenport, Iowa, and is
a brother of Dr. Sies, a member of the
University faculty. Rendall Soppitt,
whose injury in the Navy game neces-
sitated the shifting of Sies to guard,
is from Latrobe, 30 miles from Pitts-
burg, and played on the high school
team of that place.
The tackles, Claude Thornhill and
Fred Seidel, are from Beaver high
school and Bellefonte Academy, re-
spectively. Beaver is only a few miles
from Pittsburg and Bellefonte Acade-
my is a Center County, Pa., prep

school. Seidel was a scrub last year
and showed little class.
Jim Tlerron, the star end, is from
Pittsburg, and played very little foot-
ball until entering Pitt. He secured
his initiation at the game as a member
of the Pitt freshman outfit. He is a
graduate of Monessen high school, a
town in the Greater Pittsburg dis-
trict. Cliff Carlson, .the other end,
lives at Fayette City, 40 miles from
Pittsburg. He prepped at Bellefonte
Academy.
The backfield is composed of Mor-
row, DeHart, Hastings and McLaren.
Morrow is from Carnegie, a suburb,
and was a scrub for two years. Glenn
Warner has developed him from a med-
iocre performer into a real star. He is
a graduate of Carnegie high school.
Jimmy DeHart and Andy Hastings,

whose work has been so sensational
are from Kiski School, Saltsburg, a
prep school located about 25 miles
from Pittsburg. Hastings' home is in
Pittsburg and Dellart lives at
Reynoldsville, George McLaren, whom
Bob Maxwell has tabbed the greatest
line plunger in the country, is 'a pro-
duct of Pittsburg high school and was
a freshman at Pitt last year.
Of the eleven men who form the
great Pitt Varsity only one man play-
ed any college football before enter-
ing the University. Seidel, while a
prep student at Muhlenburg College,
played one year. The average age of
the team is a fraction over 21 years.
A play by play account of the game
in the GREEN PENNSY EXTRA to-
morrow.

I e Event of Events

FOR

Every student, professor, teacher, and
resident of Ann Arbor.

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C IVIC Co-Operative Grand Opera in Detroit-The beginning of a
permanent institution.
Inter-State Opera for Detroit, Cleveland, Pittsburg and Cincinnati
-greatest organizations ever brought together.
Twelve (12) Operas in German, Italian and French. Thirty Stars
from Metropolitan and Royal Opera Houses.
Twelve (12) Operas and Ballets.
$100,000 scenery designed and executed for this company by tlie
great artist, Josef Urban-New costumes, absolutely novel effects.
Six (6) Matinees, Six (6) Evenings, December 2, 9, 16, 23, 30 and
January 6. Subscription seats as low as $1 for each opera. Office 314
Washington Arcade. Phone Cherry 461G.
All orders for seats of any sort placed in accordance with day and
hour of reception. General sale to the public thrown open at Grin-
nell's week of November 27.
INCLUDED IN THE ROSTER ARE:-Johanna Gadski, De Cisneros,
Karl Jorn, Marr, Hinckley, Egenieff, Treville, Leon, Weldon, Viglione,
Fremstadt, Lenora, premier asoluta conductor; Dimboni, and dozens
of other notable stars.

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Hardman Piano Used.

supremacy between these two lads
should be one of the prettiest ever
staged on any gridiron. Saturday will
be Dunne's final contest in a Michigan
Jersey, and he is prepared to give each
and any of the Penn representatives
a demonstration of the fact.
Miller shines at busting the forward
fling, at keeping would-be end run-
ners behind the line, and generally in
being able' to take care of the duties
which distinguish stars from the
mediocre.
Heine is a brother of Arthur Miller,
captain and quarterback of the Quak-
ers some seasons back. He confesses
to 23 years, and evens the beam at
170 pounds.
The battle between the wearers of
the number 7 jerseys-Miller and
Dunne-will be a warm one Saturday
afternoon.
FOUR CLASS GAMES SATURDAY
Schedule for 4Remainder of Football
Season Given Out

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Four games in the semi-finals for
the campus football championship
will be played Saturday morning. Four
rounds of play will be necessary to
name the champs and four sets of
numerals will be contended for.
To the two teams playing the final
championship game will be given the
first two sets of numerals. Numerals
for the next two winning teams must
be voted to them by their classes, the
associatio'n allowing the men the priv-
ilege of wearing them.
Each set of numerals contains 15
sweaters and caps, if the manager is
a player. If the manager is not a
player, 14 sweaters and 15 caps will
be given.
Three of the four teams in the first
division will get the first three sets
of numerals. The two winners get the
first two sets and will be slated for
the championship game. The two
losers will play next Wednesday, and
the winner of this game will get 4he
third set of numerals. The loser of
this contest will play the winner of
the second division for the fourth set
of numerals.
All games must be played promptly
as scheduled, or a forfeiture will be
declared against the unprepared team.
The schedule is as follows: Satur-
day, Nov. 18, 10 o'clock-1, fresh laws
vs. junior lits; 2, medics vs. senior en-
gineers; 3, fresh lits vs. dents; 4,
junior laws vs. soph engineers. Wed-
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