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BUT ONE CHANGE TO, OE
MADE IN LINEUP WHICH
WAS, USEDIWEDNESDAY
Weimann, Boyd and Skinner Still on
Hospital List and Will
Not Play
BATHRICK TO REPLACE SHARPE
Yost Not Anxious to Run Up Large
Score; Hold Short Final
Scrimmage.

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Michigan. Case.
Dunne.....L.E......Howard-
Graves
Whalen......L.T.......Clarke
Rehor.......L.G......Corbeau
Nieman....C.........Erben
Dunn.........R.G.. Haag-Bates
Weske .......R.T.........Wood
Peach........R.E...Ashbaugh-
Conant
Sparks ..........Capt. Hense
Maulbetsch ...L.H....Medsker-
Mugg
Bathrick .......R.H.. ..Schow-
Sweeney
Smith. .....F.B......Boley
Referee -Walter Kennedy
(Chicago). Umpire-Leigh Lynch

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* (Brown).
# Game called at 2:30 o'clock.

Michigan will face Case this after-
noon, using precisely the same lineup
as that which opposed Marietta with
the single exception of right halfback.
Bathrick will replace Sharpe at this
position.
It was expected that "Tad" Wei-
mann would appear at tackle, but
Coach Yost stated last night that he
did not believe the Pacific coast lad
would be risked in today's fray.
"If Weimann plays at all, he'll
start," said the coach, "but I do not
think he'll be used." He is in fair
shape, but needless risks will not be
taken. Boyd Is stillon the hospital
list and will remain on the side lines.
Clarence Skinner's arm is not as badly
injured as was at first feared, but he
will be out of it for a while.
CoachYost intimated yesterdaythat
Michigan would make no effort 'to
equal Notre Dame's score against
Case. The Catholic institution totaled
48 points against Case and has
been pointing with pride and glee
to this triumphant achievement. If
Case displays any great strength, the
Wolverines will fall far short of this
total, as Yost will use everyone he can
as soon as the Maize and 'Blue has ac-
cumulated a reasonable and comfort-
able lead.
Thus it would seem that Notre'
Dame's perspiring and heroic efforts
to beat Michigan on comparative
scores will go for naught as the coach
has no intentions of entering into com-
petition of this sort. Michigan's eye
is closely focused upon M. A. C., Penn-
sylvania, Syracuse and Cornell, and
other considerations will receive scant
attention. One touchdown against any
of these aggregations will compensate
for half a hundred scores earlier in
the season.
The Case team arrives at 9:48
o'clock this morning and according to
the advance notices filed by the Ohio
institution, they have no less than 13
veterans on hand this year-13 "C"
men-with which to check the- Michi-
gan onslaught. It is assumed that the
Wolverines will not be compelled to
face all 13 of these gridiron warriors
at any one time, but this showing
would indicate that the guests for the
afternoon ought to provide excellent
entertainment.
Coach Yost staged a short scrim-
mage last night, the so-caned fist
team winning 7 to 0. Thle majority
of the regulars were notsin the lineup;
although a few were on hand. The
only touchdown of the day was chalked
up by "Bull" Dunne. The Varsity
end clutched a short forward pass
and raced over the line for six of the
seven points. He also scored the last
one by kicking goal.
If Michigan succeeds in ringin~g up

a few touchdowns early in the game,
the coach will begin sending in the
rest of the men as fast as the law al-
lows so that he can get as accurate
a linecas possible upon the manner
In which they perform under fire.
Fritz nehor will kick off and the
athletic association is authority for the.
statement, that this spectacle will oc-
cur at promptly 2:30 o'clock. The
rooters are requested to sit together.
For further enlightenment in this con-
nection, please give your careful at-
tentionf to the letter appearing in this
issue which was sent on by the De-
troit alumni.
SERIES TO OPEN
IN BOSTON TODAY
Red Sox Begin :Diamond Classic in
Braves Park With Leonard
onl Mound
BARRY READY TO GET IN GAME
(By H. C. Hamilton, United Press
Staff Correspondent.)
Boston, Oct. 6.-The night watch,
the final event before the opening of
the gates prior to every world's series,
has started at the Braves' field, where
the Red Sox and Dodgers will start
the great annual series today. At
3:00 o'clock this afternoon fans began
arriving. Messenger boys and clerks
holding places for their employers,
and every class of humanity which
makes up the grand total of baseball
fans, gradually reached the great
baseball park and the long line began
to form.
Soap boxes, "hot dog" sandwiches,
newspapers on which to snatch a few
winks of sleep as the night wore on,
bore mute evidence of the fact that
this world's series is just like every
other one. The long lineup will be
there when dawn breaks tomorrow and
it will be there when the general ad-
mission ticket windows are thrown
open.
General admission 'tickets, which
are the only ones sold on the day of
every game, sell at 50 cents and one
dollar each in Boston, and they will be
sold to about 10,000 persons. There
is every indication that it will be im-
possible to care for the number who
want to push their way into this sec-
tion of the park. The greatest crowd
which ever saw a major league base-
ball game, with the possible exception
of the record-breaking crowd of last
year at Braves' field, when the Red
Sox defeated the Phillies in the third
game of the world's series, is probable.
Ticket scalpers swarmed the streets
of Boston today. They haunted every
corner and their prices are beginning
to mount higher.
Reserve seats have been disposed of
to such an extent that Joseph J. Lan-
nin, president of the Red Sox, is be-
ginning to dig into his own jeans for
the price of tickets. If he expects to
supply some persons he does not wish
to turn down he will have to buy from
the scalpers, as every seat has been
sold.. Jack Barry, in spite of state-
ments to the contrary, is ready to
take4 his place in the infield If neces-
sary. Lannin declared to the United
Press tonight that Barry's injury had
healed to such an extent that if the
tide of battle turns against the Red
Sox, he will go into action. Manager
Carrigan refused to indicate who will
pitch the opening game, but it is be-
lieved that Dutch Leonard will be the
man chosen. Marquard probably will
be selected to hurl for Brooklyn. The

weather continued favorable today and
excellent weather is promised for the
opening tilt tomorrow,

CORNELL TO BE WATCHED IN
GAME AGAINST GETTYSBURG
Ithaca, N. Y., Oct. 6.-Football
critics will watch with interest the
showing the Cornell eleven makes next
Monday when it meets Gettysburg in
the opening game of the season. The
game was to be played tomorrow, but
late opening of the university caused
postponement.
Barrett, Cool and Schotten will -be
missing from the lineup and for this
reason some critics believe the Itha-
cans' chances are not as good as in
former years. Coach Sharpe, how-
ever, is of a different opinion. With
his offense built around Shiverick, he
believes the team will be practically
as strong as last year's.

SOX MAKE IT THREE IN A ROW
WHEN CUB SLABSTER FALTERS
Chicago, Oct. 6.-The White Sox shut
out the Cubs, making it three straight
in the post season series between
Chicago American and National league
representatives this afternoon. Wil-
liams, pitching for the White Sox, kept
his hits scattered and was never in
trouble. Pendergast was nicked for
one run in the second and one in the
third and then weakened completely
in the sixth, allowing the Sox three
hits, which were good for another run.
Have that room decorated artistical-
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oct3,4,5,6,7,8

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ruptions of thought com-
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Alarrm Clock&
Smokirug Sets
Stu&dy Lamps
Mazda. Lamps
Razors
Padlocks
Switzer'sHardware
Only Hardware near Campus
310 STATE
Tailoring Services at Right Prices
Clothes that are individually tailored here are guar-
anteed to give absolute satisfaction in every detail; and
you get beautiful woolens, expert workmanship and
the very latest styles.
For every Dollar I spend for Rent, the GROUND
FLOOR MAN spends FIFTEEN. See where I SAVE
and how Ican make You LOWER PRICES?
Why Give It to the Landlord?

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THE CONKLIN PEN MFG. CO., Toledo, Ohio

ALBERT

GANSLE

MERCHANT TAILOR
108 E. Washington St.
2nd. Floor.

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prices for soft wash are very little more than your
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we darn your socks, sew on buttons, and do any reasonable mending FREE
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Leave your film at Sugden's.

Get your shoes fixed at Paul's Place,
611 E. William St. oct3,4,5,6,7,8
Long pointed soft sollars just receiv-
ed. Wagner & Co., State St., head of
Liberty St. oct6,t.
Victor Victrolas and complete stock
of Records at Schaeberle & Son's, 110
South Main street. oct3tf

Ushers for two Football Games,
Who will be paid as follows-
Oct'. 1t, M. A.., ~ .60
Nov. 18th, Penn, 1.00
pply at Athletic Association Offices, Second Floor
ss Bldg. on Maynard St,
tve Coupons Nos. 5 and 10 to be exchanged for
ers' Ticicets when positions are assigned.
nyone having turned in Coupons for Tickets can-

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