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THE MICHIGAN DAILI PAGETHRE

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INTERCIASS FOOTBALL
SEASON OF 1915 ENDS
Senior U tU t iid Second po sition by
V'irtue of Senior LAY
Forfeit.
SOPH LITS PULL COME-BACK,
BEATING SENIORO ENGINEERS

Touclidowi and Safety Wins thea
for the Second Year
men.

Game)

Uncover Wrestler
in Greek Athlete
When Mr. O. S. Westerman, in-
structor of boxing and wrestling at
the Waterman gymnasium, discovered
that he had found a great wrestler
in the person of Vasil P. Moisides.
'17M, he did not unearth all of the ac-
complishments of the coming doctor.
It has recently been discovered that
Moisides has taken part in several
of the Pan-Helenic games held every
four years in Greece.
In 1912 he entered the discus throw,
the javelin throw and the stone
throw. He carried off first honors in
the discus throw, making a distance
of between 118 and 120 feet. In the
other events he was not so success-
ful. Throwing the javelin and the
heavy stone are two of the Greeks'
most popular events, and as it takes
an excep'tional man to lead the field
in them, it is not to Moisides' discred-
it that he did not win them.
CIC11CW MEN 'CLOSE YEAR
WITHFAVORBLERECORD

ALL- CAMPUS TEAM
WORRIESDOPESTER
Edwards of Soph-tits, McCall, '17L,
And Other Class Stars Run
Close Race.
LINEIMEN SEEM TO BE LACKING
IN CLASS COMPARED TO BACKS

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An all-campus football team
be a hard problem for those who

will
pick

Interclass football for the 1915 sea-
son was brought to a close yesterday
afternoon when the senior lits won
from the senior laws by a forfeit, and
the soph lits beat the senior engineers
by a score of 9 to 0. The results of
yesterday's play determines the final
standings of the teams, the dents hold-
ing down first place, the senior lits
second, the senior laws third, and the
soph lits fourth. These four are the
teams to receive their numerals, the
first and second place teams from the
athletic association, and the third and
fourth place teams. by vote of their
classes.
By defeating the senior engineers,
9. to 0, the soph fits sprung the sur-
prise of the day, edging a firsttdivision
team out of their numerals and climb-
ing into the champion column. A
large crowd was on hand in spite of
the rain and bad weather, and its
sympathies were all with the under-
classmen.
Dope had it that the engineers would
be runners-up to the campus champ-
ionship, when they held the dents who
won the colors, to one touchdown,
after they had played one tie game.
The sophs were defeated in the earlier
part of the season, and were considered
by many to be out of the running, but
with their tenacity and determination,
they pulled one of the greatest come,-
backs in the Tecord of interclass ath-
letics.
In the first half, Champion kicked
off for the sophs, and Headman carried
the ball out to the 40-yard line. The
sophs held for downs and the ball went
over.-On defense the engineers showed
up by hard tackles and by breaking
up plays through the line, forcing the
sophs Jo punt. Champion booted the
ball to the twenty-yard line, and Watts
recovered the kick when the pigskin
was fumbled. On a play around end,
Edwards, the fast left half of the sophs,
carried the ball through a broken field
across the goal for a touchdown.
Champion kicked goal.
Receiving the kick off on the 10-yard
line, the engineers advanced it for 20
more. On the first play, Headman made
a forward pass to Caswell for a gain
of 12 yards. Caswell made five more
on a fake formation, but the sophs
held and the seniors were forced to
resort to a punt.
When the sophs got their hands on
the ball again, they pulled off a series
of forward passes that brought the
ball down to the other end of the field
in a few plays. Watts made 20 yards'
on a pass around the left end, and on'
the next play Frick advanced the ball
25 yards more around the right cor-
ner. - The sophs were then held for
two downs when Perry pulled off an-
other pass to Watts, who carried it for
18 yards, bringing the ball to the 10-
yard line. On two plays through the
line, Edwards and Watts failed to gain,
so another pass was attempted, which
was intercepted by the seniors, who
were forced to down it behind the
goal, making a safety for the sophs.
The ball was brought to the 20-yard
lne inthe seniors'possession, and after
two attempts at forward passes had
failed, Headman made four yards
through the line. On the last down,
the seniors punted to the sophs on
their 45-yard line, and by line plays
the sophs advanced it for about 20
yards. The engineers then made a
stand and held for downs, the ball go--"
ing over to the seniors.
Caswell got two passes in succession
ffom Headman, one for 12 yards and
Students, for the most safe, speedy,+
reliable economical Parcel and Mes-
senger service, call 2028. nov3tf

Three Men Lost to the Next
Squad, Ufer, Fox and

We are Showing
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Very
Misses

Year'sI

. Trelfa.
With the meet at Detroit on Thanks-
giving day, the season for the cross-
country club closed for the year. On
the whole the results of the team's
work during the past year has been
satisfactory to all members of the
club, and to the reputation of the uni-
versity.
Captain,;Carroll, although he admits
that the team will be weakened next
year by the loss of Ufer, Fox and Trel-
fa, who will graduate, nevertheless
states that the prospects for the com-
ing season loom up favorably, consid-
ering the' fine crop of freshmen, who
have been added to the. squad during
the autumn.
At the eastern intercollegiate this
year Michigan captured tenth place,
beating out Columbia, Brown, and the
University of the City of New York.
This is the best showing Michigan has
ever made in this great sporting event.
In the Y. M. C. A. meet, Michigan's
team took first place, and won the
beautiful Rayl trophy which is now
in the possession of the Ann Arbor
club, where, from all present indica-
tions, it will stay for some time.
One of the chief events in which the
Michigan team engaged was the'
M. A. C. intercollegiate, which Captain
Carroll's crew won, hands down. The
showing in this meet will have a lot
to do in determining the awards of the
certificates of merit for the season.
The presentation of these awards will
be made by the directors of the club in
the near future.
the other for eight. On the last play
Headman was caught behind the line,
and thrown for 10 yards. Final score
9 to 0.
For the sophs,,Edwards and Frick
showed up in long runs. Perry used
the forward pass with great accuracy,
and Taylor at left guard put up a
stellar game in defense.
For the. engineers, Headman and
Catwell proved individual stars, pul-
ling off some of the best passes and
end plays seen this season.
Wisconsin May Get Washington Coach
Seattle, Wash.,. Nov. 26.-Gilmour
Dobie, after coaching the champion-
ship Washington University team for
eight years brought his athletics re-
lations to a close here. If rumor has
it correctly Coach Dobie of Washing-
ton in the 1915 season will become
Coach Dobie of Wisconsin in the 1916
season.
Columbia Juniors Select Class Hat.
Juniors of Columbia have picked a
junior hat of distinctive design and
color, to take the place of the usual
class toque for warmer weather.
UNIVERSITY NOTICE
The Varsity band will meet at the
Michigan Central station at 4:15
o'clock today.
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out the men for the mythical eleven
from the material offered by the va-
rious class teams. This season has
produced some men of more than or-
dinary ability, and competition for
places on the imaginary team is cor-
respondingly keen.
Places in the backfield will be the
hardest to assign as nearly every
team has put out at least one or two
good men and several men on cer-
tain teams have been showing up in
stellar fashion. It is not too early
to make any predictions regarding
the personnel of the all-campus ag-
gregation. A few of the men who
have been doing work which places
them in line for positions in the back-
field may be mentioned with safety.
On the senior law team McCall has
been one of the main factors, and
while playing the helm position early
in the season seemingly had few
equals in the interclass league. Lat-
er he was changed to fullback and ap-
parently was as much at home there
as at quarter, from which it would
seem that the former Harvard man
is good for almost any position be-
hind the line. Brown, who also ran
the law team, has been doing excel-
lent work, and Rowan and McNamara
are not to be overlooked.
On the dent team Brown, the speedy
half who won the game against the
;senior laws and made his team first
on the campus, will give some one a
good race for a halfback position.
Whitmarsh, the dent quarter, will also
crowd a few prospects.
"Whitey" Headman, the plunging
'uliback of the senior engineers, is
Numbered among the most likely can-
didates for that place. Caswell, the
;ngineers' open field runner, is an-
other man to consider for the back-
'eld job.
Brandell, Varsity baseball man
and star open field runner of the se-
nior lits, has no superiors in his line
in the entire league. Martens, the
lit full, has done more than his share
of the defensive as well as the of-
fensive work for the lit team and has
perhaps shown up more brilliantly
and consistently than any other man
who played on south Ferry field
this fall.
Of the second division teams, the
soph lits have the best claim for con-
sideration, Edwards being one of the
best of the halfbacks.
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THE DAILY SPORTOSCOPE

Dear Put,.
I am glad you have came back to
take charge of this page once again,
and I hope you had a fine thanksgiv-
ing dinner in Det.
While you was gone the ft. ball
team went and elected the capt. for
next yr. and it is Maulbetsch as you
probubly know. I run that big pic-
ture of him as you said I was to do,
and it looked fine and if you see
Maulie on the st. you mite mention
the fact t> him that I done my best
by him. We also had a big picture of
Mory Dunne onely I could not use
that 1. and it made Jack Leonard the
business mgr. of the daily sore as he
said it cost $3.85 and now it was not
even used. Jack said he wisht the
vote had of been a tie so we could
have ran them both and then the
daily would get its moneys worth,
which shows Jack has a grate eye for
business, and maybe that is why he
got his job.
I seen a story in a Det. paper yes-
terday saying that Eggy Hildner had
went to China and would not play on
the ft. ball team and it would have
been a swell story, Put, onely when
I went down stairs 10 minutes later
there was Eggy Hildner with Hoyne
Howe and Hep Ingham and they was
all playing some musical instruments
and how could he have went to
China when he was rite there in a. a.
Eggy said he played entirely by ear,
Put, and Hep said he could well be-
lieve him, onely if Eggy plays just by

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ear, I guess Ingham must play his
ukulele by sight and then shut both
eyes. Anyway, it was awful music
and I went rite on by and onely said
good bye boys I will see you later.
The other day Jack Leonard told
me my dad had subscribed for the
mich. daily and now I will have to
rite very correct, and like I knew
what I was talking about, or else he
will begin to wonder why did I ever
send you to college, anyway, when
there was a swell opening here at
hGmne for day laborers. So, long, Put.
Yrs.
HAL.
"Who are you, and what are you
doing here?" demanded a party of
explorers as they penetrated a anile
or two into an ancient cave in the
wilds of Alaska and discovered tliere-
in a strange creature, whom they fin-
ally made out to be a man.
"I," was the quavering reply, "'am
the only person in the United States'
possessions who never picked an All-
American team."-New York Sun.
Pennsylvania's showing against Cor-
nell bore out a prediction made by
Coach Yost following the Michigan-
Pennsylvania game. Pennsylvania
scored three more points against the
Ithacans than Michigan managed to
accumulate and the Quakers held the.
Big Red team down to a lower score
than the Wolverines. Coach Yost
stated the day following the Michigan-'

Pennsylvania game that in his opin-
ion Pennsylvania would be apt to give
Cornell the hardest game she has had
this year. This was not- literally
true as Harvard was only beaten 10
to 0, but at the end of the third quar-
ter Pennsylvania had Cornell beaten
9 to 7, and the rooters were pretty
nervous.
ADDITIONAL SPORTS ON PAGE fl.
CHINESE STUDENTS MEET TO
DISCUSS CLUB'S FUTURE PLANS
Will Elect Officers at Next Meeting;
Consider Chinese Night
at Union
Unusual pep was the feature of the
monthly meeting of the Chinese Stu-
dents' club held last night at Mc-
Millan hall. There was strong dis-
cussion as to the future policy of the
organization in regard to outside do-
ings and the club's relations with
outsiders and other student affairs.
Several members vociferously gave
vent to their feelings in regard to the
manner of conducting meetings. In-
formality was the thing for which the
men pleaded.
It was decided that officers of the
club would be elected at the next
meeting which will be held about De-
cember 15. Chinese Night will take
place at the Union probably sometime
in February. The student body will
be invited and a vaudeville sketch
will be produced by the members of
the society.
Shoes repaired while you wait. 0.
G. Andres, 222 S. State. oct14-eod-tues

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