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- The Jay hawker football -team wa?
strongthonod Tuosday by tho addition
of two now players. , Ono Is a big lino
man from Minneapolis, Kan. Ho
weighs an oven 200 pounds and an
swors to tho suggestive namo of Jim
Blados. Kennedy worked him out this
afternoon, and believes thoro Is prom
iso that tho now man may bo depend
ed upon to stop up somo of tho lino
holes whon ho loarnB tho now game
Blades was in school four years ago,
but loft tho following spring and did
not return until this fall.
Tho socond man is Carl Hicks, a
fast basoball player of last year's
freshman squad. Hicks is a baokflold
man and promises to mako good If ho
can porsuado tho eligibility committeo
that ho should ontor tho gamo. It Is
said, however, that ho lacks enough
crodltB to clalm a position on tho
Tho Jayhawkors engaged in a free-for-all
practlco gamo with tho Haskell
Indians Tuesday afternoon. It was
froo for all In that ovory man who has
appoarod on McCookflold In apythlng
that looked like a football suit this
fall was given a chance to get In tho
gamo. Tho first flvo minutes of play
resembled a real game, K. U. scoring
a touchdown. From that timo on, how-
over, tho suds wero cauea in, ana
tholn porformanco began looking like
a marathon raco for tho Indians.
Novltt, tho redskin quartorback, at
ono tlmo got away for sixty yards and
a touchdown and at another tlmo ran
nqarly as far, but stepped out of
bounds on tho way. Tho final score
gavo Haskoll 11 and K U. 5 points.
Tho Michigan toam Is to bo pitied.
Not for tho showing they made
against Caso Saturday when they wore
hold to a tlo scoro, but becauao of tho
work that this showing will bring
Tho tlo will tlo tho men moro good
than anything olso that could .have
happened. This is tho general opinion
around tho campus and Is nlso tho
opinion of Coach Yost.
Last season Michigan mot defeat at
tho hands of "Shorty" Longman's
Notro Damo elovon and it was this
loss to which many attributed tho
splendid showing mado by tho men of
Yost In tho Pennsylvania and Minne
sota games. It brought but tho fight
ing qualltloB and stirred them up till
thoro was practically nothing that
would stop thorn till they had victory
within their grasp.
That Is what tho results of tho game
Is expected to do In tho Wolverine
camp thlBfall. Yost Is bo worked up
ovor the reBult that tho men will bo
worked as they never would havo
been In practlco and thoro will not bo
a moment when .they are on Ferry
field that the coach will not havo
them working at their hardest and
when they got a lot up In this work
tho 1910 football season for Michigan
will bo history.
Danny Hutchinson, star quarterback
and mainstay of tho University of
Pennsylvania football squad, Tuesday
was notified by tho faculty that ho
would not bo allowed to play football
until ho had attained tho necessary
standard In his studies.
Throughout last season Hutchinson
played with eight conditions hanging
ovor his head. It is Understood that
ho had. promised the faculty these
conditions would bo made up during
tho winter, months. This ..promise was
not kept, and yesterday when tho fac
ulty ascertained that there was no
chance of the conditions being re-
moyed by Hutchinson through appli
cation to his studies they summarily
dealt a death blow .to .the Pennsyl
vania football team by ordering him
ifrom the tralnlnpEable. -'
" . , Princeton.,.
Princeton closed the gates on foot
ball practice Monday, holding the flrstJ
secret session of -the season, JNow
the preliminary part of the Tigers'
schedule "iosver, time will be spent
on developing a roportolro of players,
Monday's -practtcowas mainly a drill
torJMtbo linemen. Two sots of forwards
wore llnod up, and tho men wore
given a long practlco In blocking and
breaking through. Although only ono
man was incapacitated for work by
'Saturday's gamo, thero wero sovoral
changos from tho line-up that3 started
tho gamo against Now York univer
1 . Yale.
Convinced that tho tlmo has como
for the Yalo team "to' show some
thing," tho coaches will try tho Blue
harder than over this weok. Tfeoro
Is no concealing tho fact that Coach
Coy and his aBBistants aro disappoint
ed ovor tho showing made up to dato,
and aro reading with apprehension jtho
glowing accounts that como from Cam
Horotoforo green material has been
ploaded in oxcuso of low scores, and
tho fact that Syracuse was ablo to
Bcoro on he Blue twice. But tho
squad hah been practicing nearly a
month now and tho old excuse will no
longer suffice. The fact that Woat
Point was able to boat Tufts' by a big
ger scoro than Yalo mado against this
Httlo team Has aroused the coaches
to tho necessity of hard work, and
Yale"flold will bo the-busIeBt-placo-in
Connecticut this week. (
Harvard's football practlco Monday
afternoon was secret and tight. Sev
eral of tho players reported bunged
up after the Williams set-to- and did
not play. Ted iFrothlngham's injured
knee will keep him out for a few days,
and Bush, substitute tackle,- was an
other who stayed off the field, after
tho knocks of the Williams game.
However, Campbell, tho halfback Twhq
has been out of the practice a week,
returned to the firing line. Ham Cor
bett has developed more bplls Tho
ono on his hand healed all right', but
now he is following Jn the footsteps of
Jdb. Ho has tione scarcely Any work
for a week! F. Leslie, 6he of the lino
men, rested tqday. Haughton was in
coaching togs for- tho first tlmo In
several days. JooNourse,; center on
the 3,008 team, joined the coaching
staff, and took the pivot men In hand
for Instruction. t There was a. special
drill for the ends and backs, worklng
blocking and breaking- through, a slg-
nal drill botwoon .teams of first-string
men, but no scrlmmageV
Cadot J. 1. Wlor was elected" for
this year's fodtball captain at a moot
ing hold Monday by thoso cadots who
havoldn tboif lottor "A" IS football,
and according to tho rules of tho ath
lotlo association aro tho only ones al
lowed to voto on tho selection of a
captain. Only 'ono voto was cast, and
Wlor was unanimously elected cap
tain. Wier hails .from Illinois, nnd. Is. a
member of the first class-and has beon
prominent In football ovor since his
entrance. Ho plays right guard and
by critics Is classed among tho top
notchors who havo and aro still play
ing that position. Tho coaches aro
moro than pleased with the showing
tho mon made In tho gamo last Satur
day and only signals and practlco in
getting down under punts was given
tho toam. Hyatt, last year's quarter
back, camo out after being laid off
with a sprained anklo since the first
wook of practlco.
Football Interest also centers In a
meeting of tho Rocky mountain fac-
-selected because of his ability as a lead
er he knows every point of the game to
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to. handle agencies for different college proposit
ulty conference, which will take i?latee
at tho University club today. Not
only "will the eligibility of certain
players on the various 1 college teams
bo decided, but it will be determined
what steps to tako regarding tho Den
vor-Marquetto Bome As has been
published, Denver University has
asked Marquetto to call off 'the con
test. This the Wisconsin hoys flatly
refused to do. As Denver -has entered
into a contract with Marquotto, there
Is nothing to do but play tho" game
on October 15.
There Is a likelihood that Denver v
University will bo notified that If it
plays the game It must sover. Its rela
tions with tho conference. Colorado
College and the University of Colorado-have
already-gono-on. 'record as
opposing this gamo on tho grounds
that Marquetto has no eligibility
The Smaller One.
Many stories aro told of "Tom"
Reed's sudden flashes of wit, as for
Instance- '-when Miss Reed struck the
earth .instead of tho golf ball, and he
said, '.'Hit tho other ball, Kltty."--Portland
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