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THE DAILY IfEBRASKAN
By Stuart Gould
LINING JMJNDER YOST
Ann Arbor. Last Saturday Michi
gan dofoatcd Case 21 to 0. In tiro
faco of numerous bear stories circu
lated from tho Wolverlno camp latoly,
Coach Yost played practically all the
men now on tho squad. During tho
foro part of last, weok tho football pa
pors all 'over tho country woro flooded
with stories of tho crippled team;
Qarrols was bothered with bolls, Kay
nor broko his noso in scrlmmago, PI
card, Wlonor and Carpol wero out of
tho game on vurlous oxcubos.
Coach Yost, howovor, has boon drill
ing that sick team of his and thoy
played fino ball against Caso. Tho
real dofects of tho Michigan side of
tho lineup woro shown by tho fro
quont penalties motod out for holding
and offsldo play.
Tho Wolverines' presont lineup
looks as if thoy would havo ono of
tho old tlmo teams that used to swoop
tho west so completely. Gnrrols Is
on loft ond with Captain Conklln
playing tho loft tacklo. Boglo, loft
guard; Pattorson, center; Allmondin
gor, Qulnn, right guard; Pontius, right
tacklo; Wolls, right ond; Craig, Pi
card, quarter; Talbot and Harrington,
left hnlv.es; Thompson, .full; Hubol,
Waynor, Cobloy, right half.
"Wo'll bo thoro to meet tho Corn
huskors." HAROLD HAVILAND.
RAIN SPOILS TENNIS
MATCHES BEING PLAYED OFF
QUICKLY RE8ULT8 TO DATE.
Rain lntorfored with plans of tho
tonnlB men Thursday afternoon. How
ovor tho matches aro being played
off much faster than was oxpected.
Tho tournament is proving a succoss.
In matches to date Flory took from
Frooman by dofealt; Schmidt dofoat
cd Curtlco, G-3, 6-4; Davis loBt to
Waugh, C-l, 6-2; Turnball got McCul
lough's goat, G-2, 6-2; Beck put Llb
ormnn out of tho raco with two sets
at G-l; Hunt took tho honora from
Hlltnor, G-l, G-4; Harm was dofoatcd
by Andrews in tho hottest contest to
dato, G-4, G-4; Jackson put Farnam
away with G-l, G-l; and Tato did tho
samo to Goodman. McConnel lost to
Proud, G-l, G-2; and Williams defeated
Gootzo, G-2, G-l.
GO-EDS PLAY TENNIS
GIRL8 BEGIN TOURNAMENT OF
THEIR OWN FOUR PRIZE8
At a mooting in Miss Walker's of
fice Thursday noon, ton girls signed
up for tho tonnls tournament to bo
hold -within the next fow days. Only
singles are to bo played. Four prizes
aro offered, a first and second, and
two consolation prizes. Tho cham
pionship prizo will bo a silver cup
and it and tho second prizo will bo
given by tho association. Miss Pound
and Miss Walker will offer tho two
Tho preliminary gamos will bo
played off this afternoon and Satur
day morning, according to tho follow
Friday aftornoon, 4:00-5:00 Myrna
Jones and Florence Farman; 5:00
G:00 (1) Hazol Milok and Lottio Sav
ago, (2) Lucllo Boll and Juno Brown.
Saturday morning 10:00-11:00 Mil
dred Scovillo and Gladys Bovee.
Tho finals and soml-ilnals will bo
arranged as soon as tho winners of
tho first round havo been determined
and will probably bo played off during
tho first of tho week. This Is tho first
year that a girls' tennis tournament
has been attempted at Nebraska, but
if it provos successful this year, it is
hoped that it may be repeated in tho
Jupltor Pluvlus stopped In yestor
day. Woro you out to the game? Woll
neither were wo.
Michigan's men eat football at tho
table, according to a press dispatch.
Thoy don't eat Cornhuskers, though.
Today is Friday, October 13. But
braco up, it's tho last day before tho
first big game Tomorrow's lucky.
Como on, you Aggies. Wo want to
meet you all.
Saturday is tho big day. Bo thoro.
Jorry Warner wins an election. Oh!
"We must beat Minnesota."
R. O. Warde, barbor, Woods, 120G O. tf
Football practice 3:30 p. m.
Get your season ticket.
Morning: Tqnnls. .
Afternoon: Cornhuskors moot Kan
sas Aggies at Nebraska Field, 3:30
BAKER'S CAFE, "tho best in tho
west." Reasons why. . Best meats,
best coffeo, moderate prices. Best
orchestra ovory evening.
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