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LEADERS ARE SELECTED BY ALL
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agez, .Helen Towells; boys' basketball
manager, Arthur :Bell.
Senior engineers: president, F. T.
Ltchfield; -vice-president, R. W. La-
zear; secretary, W. A. Davidson; treas-
urer, C. W. Kynoch; football manager,
C. E. Rickerhauser; baseball manager,
W. S. Heald; basketball manager, R.
B. Rowley; track manager, W. W. Wi°-
Junior engineers: president Arthur
Kuhn; vice-president, W. S. Hopkins)~
secretary, Arthur Grove; treasurer,
Glen Killns; football manager, K. W
Collamore;' basketball" manager, Nor-
man -Krecke; track manager, J A.
Otto; baseball manager, Berry Rat-
Soph engineers: president, L. J. Kel-
liher; vice-president, C. J. Boomhow-
er; secretary, C. C. Deffled; treasurer,
W. T. Cope; football manager, WV H.
Cook; basketball manager, A. C.
Fletcher; baseball 'manager, B. E.
Cameon-, track manager, A. B. Fred-
Fresh engineers: president, Howard
Enos; vice-president, . S. Leonard;
secretary, W. J. Crawford; treasurer.
D.- M. Downey; track manager, D. B.
jorrou; basketball manager, W.' .
Cuthbert; baseball manager, R. W.
Senior dents: president, . H. Bir-
kett; vice-president, V. Thompson;
3eretary, A. J. -Munson; treasurer, A
H. Terril; baseball manager,
x. W. Cosper; basketball mana-
er, L. M. Annis; football manager,
T. L. Hardy; track manager, G. W.
2osper; . basketball manager, W. S.
Mathias; sergeant-at-arms, W. N.
Junior dents: °president, B. B. Ad-
ams; vice-president, A. 3'. Schroeder
secretary, E. L. O'Conner; treasurer.
H. S Reed; track manager, W. E. Sor
;eant; baseball manager, C H. Nel-
son; football manager, H. W. Geiger;
basketball manager, S. A. Foy.
Fresh dents: president G. E. Wit-
'et; vice-president, N. D. Kulasaviz;
;.ecretary, -Helen Hartwig; treasurer.
Ti. R. Jackson; baseball manager, D. C
Broadbridge; football manager, L. E
Seed; track manager, E. A. Green.
Senior homeops : president, W. K
Xtis; vice-president, G. I. Maylor
'reasurer, J. A. True; athletic mana-
ger, A. W. Smith; historian, Hazel.
Junior homeops : president, H. M
Sage; vice-p resident, W. H. Bain; sec-
retary, C. B. Stouffer; treasurer,'Wil-
Soph homeops: president, W. 'B
'Huntley; vice-president, Miss 'Shelley:
'secretary, C. B. Pillsbury; treasurer
N. E. Steward; athletic manager, G. G
Shoemaker; historian, E. . Phillips.
Fresh homeops:.president, H. B. Al-
len; vice-president, . . BDinn; secre-
tary, H. M. "Holcombe; treasurer, S
R. Town; historian, Mildred Scott.
Senior pharmics: president, M. J
Seeley;: vice-president, R. N. Albert-
son; secretary, W. L. Mitchell; treas-
urer, E. J. Hess; athletic manager, E
P. Mack; sergeant-at-arms, C. C. Go-
Fresh pharmics : president, G. A.,
Bergy; vice-president, E. M. Persons;
secretary, L. M. Radcliffe* treasurer,
L." R. Filbert; athletic. manager, C. P.
Field; sergeant-at-arms, C. E. Bastion
Fresh medics : president, W. H. Gor-
don; vice-president, Helen McPher-
son; secretary, . R. Pascoe; treasur-,
er, A. C. Furstenberger; baseball man-
ager, W. R. Vis,, football -manager, F.Y
P. Hunter; basketball manager, H. B.
Craft; track,. manager,- E. °E. Koebbe;
Senior medics: president,' F. L.
Loomis; vice-president, Lucy Baker;
secretary, Charles Baskin;. treasurer,
John Gainbill; baseball manager, John
W aksh; track manager, James Lillie;
basketball manager, &P. . Fisher.
DIXIE' TEAK NEAR VICTOR IN BIG
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function by counting three- points, with
a perfect drop kick.
lWolverines Come From Behind.
The Michigan worm turned. Three
minutes of desperate fighting put the
ball close to the east, goal' and 'this'
time Captain Conklin was gien the op-
portunity to try his -boot 'when the op-
posing line would yield no--further. The
Wolverine leader lited' the ball across
the bar tying the count.
As the third AQuarter ended Vander-
bilt began to weaken a trifle and Mich-
igan's superior 'condition told in the
way in which Thomson and Wells
plunged, through for consistent gains.
This line 'plunging was continued af-
ter the opening of thre final period un-
til the score rose to 8 points, when
Wells dashed across for a touchdown.
McMillan punted out to' Carpel who
heeled the ball in front of the posts
ind Conklin booted it across for the
ninth and last point of Michigan's
Commodores Cross Michigan's Goal.
With the. spectators settling back,
ready. to accept a 9 to 3 victory the
isitors opened up spectacular foot-
)all- in the last moments of play. A
aeries of brilliant passes and .a penal,-
y put. the ball, two and a half yards
rom the Wolverine goal and Morni-
.on slipped across for a touchdown,
he first that has been, scored, against
Viichigan since 1909. He failed at. the
3racial moment however, punting" out
)adly and the ball dropped, losing the
opportunity. to try for a goal from
The visitors made a powerful bid
for victory -again, working "a series of
forward passes. Craig stopped the
parade by grabbing the ball from in
front of a" Southerner not,, .far from
Michigan's goal and dashing to within
fifteen yards of the visitor's last= line
before he was stopped,. Conklin .tried:
his boot but Sikes broke through ;and
blocked the kick completely ,picking. up
the ball. and starting for the Michigan
;oal °with. a clear- field -before. him.
_r~ig came. from behind and. brought
t~he- speedy Southerner. down in five
Jumps saving the. game. Just ,as tAhe
final whistle blew.
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Sophs Make, Ready for . Fresh Spread.
Preparations f or the. thirty-first an-
nual freshman spread were made last
Thursday evening;, when 22 sophomore
girls, elected by the girls ~of the class,6
met at the residence of Dean Jord'an.
Maud Mills was elected general chair-;
man of the'committee in charge of the
spread,. which :will be held in, Barbour
fgymo on. December- 9.
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