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'THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Charles Caldwell Dabie are also in-
cluded in the chosen 20.
All of the stories have a charm and
excellence which makes them most
readable. Their plots are as varied
as the names of their authors, and
ihere is with, perhaps, one exception.
nowhere a note of the hackneyed or
"done before" tale
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HARPHAM TROPHY MEET
TO BE RUN Off TODA
DOZEN MEN WILL COMPETE FOR
CUP AND THE OTHER
hONORS
More than a dozen men will com-
pete for the Harpham trophy and
other honors to be handed out this
morning as the result of a five mile
cross country run postponed from
last week. The course begins and
fi~ishes at the Ferry field clubhouse.
Promptly at 10:30 o'clock the start-
ing gun will be fired, and the squad
of men will be on their way. Sedg-
wick, captain of this year's cross coun-
try team, will be in the contest, and
promises to give the other runners a
hot race" Sedgwick holds the record
fore the five mile course for the Uni-
versity,' his time being 27:29

Dozen Will Start
Of the 12 who will probably start,
3uehl and O'Brien promise to be the
men who will give Sedgwick a hot
chase. Both of them have been mak-
ing some exceptionally good time in
practice. Other men on the squad
who are showing up to advantage are
Dye, Everett, Douglass Ensel and
Schimmel.r
The competition promises to be
keen since a series of awards have
been arranged for. The Harpman
trophy, of course, will be the thing at
which all of the men will aim, yet
two other cups are to be awarded to
the men whorfinish next in order.
Six jerseys are also on the list of
prizes, going to the first six men who
finish in the contest.
Men Faithful
Despite the fact that the team has
met no outside opposition, the men
who have been out working, have
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plenty of evidence of an interesting
race.
Since the Varsity football team is
out of the city, the race will furnish
the only University athletics of the
day-
Carl Johnson and Lieutenant Lib-
oncte will be the timers of the meet.
WOLVERINES AT OHIO
FOR FINAL1 CONTEST
(Continued from Page One)
Coach Yost will probably give
every one of the 26 men on the squad
a chance in thegame, should a safe
lead be gained against the Buckeyes
early in the contest.
Since it is the last game of the
.year, the spirit of the Wolverines
snould be at a high point, and their
drilling at the hands of the hurry-up
coach should make the contest an
easy one for them.
Little Betting on Game
Practically no betting is being not-
iced at Ann Arbor or at the Buck-
eye headquarters, as the scarlet and
gray supporters fear for the team.
There is but one thing that will give
them any show at alland that is aerial
work. This one phase of the game
has bothered the Yostmen and will
probably give them more trouble than
anything else.
Coach Wilce has been giving his
men intensive training for this aft-
ernoon's contest, yet this has given
the rooters for the Buckeye team, but
little confidence. With Steketee able
to boot the ball with more accuracy
than at any time this year, he alone
should be able to give the Maize
Blue a safe lead.
Regular Lineup to Start
Cohn, Perrin, and Knode will be the
other backs with Knode at the pilot
position. Usher, the sophomore who
was just discharged from an officers'
training camp and who is back on the
squad, will more than likely, get a
chance in the contest. Vick will fill
11e pivot positon in the line while
ortui e has been transferred from
to a guard.
The Michigan Daily will announce
cte results of the game, play by play,
from the Press building, this after-
noon,
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