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3E5 EST
Kentucky, Seems

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RONG IN EAST,
2 WESTERN TEAMS

he large col-
seasons last
Tkeral import-
Turkey day.
resent the dy-
aotball season.
now time for
get busy and
an, All-state,
levens. _ These
rish interest-
nly right that
should be al-
on these ficti-

serious consideration for. All-Amer-
ican honors, while Weaver, center
from the same school, rivals Peck, the
Pittsburg star, in his All-Amercan
ability.
ANN ARBOR HIGH WINS
PROM HYDE PARK, 7-1
LOCAL TEAM SCORES IN FIRST
QUARTER ON LINE
PLUNGES
Aiin Arbor's speed and dash in the
opening quarter gave them a 7 to 6
victory over Hyde Park high of Chi-
cago Thanksgiving day. After the
first period the local team failed, to
get past the Windy City's 50 yard
mark.
Hyde Park had several chances to
score('all in the last half, but did not
have the power to put the ball over.
Their one counter came in the third
quarter, when a pass from R. Sfin.
mons to Holt .put the ball over. The
kick was a failure, and the one point
margin gave Ann Arbor the game. Two
attempts at field goals on the part of
the Chicago team in the last five min-

10 BOXING MATCHESt
ARRANGED BY CLUB
Ten boxing matches will be stagedj
by the University Boxing club in the1
Michigan Union at an exhibition tol
be held in about two'weeks. The boutsi
will consist of three rounds of two
minutes each. "Mickey" Shea, ex-pu-1
gilist of note, will act as reefree.
The University Boxing'club was re-:
organized at the beginning of this se-
mester, having disbanded on account1
of the war. Its purpose is to provide
its members with an opportunity to
secure as much training in the art of
boxing as it can give them. The ex-
hibition has been arranged with the
idea of securing money to purchase
enough paraphernalia for the organi-
zation's needs..
A get together affair will be held
at 7 o'clock at the Michigan Union
Thursday night by the club. Refresh-
ments, entertainment and a few peppy
talks have been provided. The gath-
ering will be over in time to permit
attending the pre-festival concert. All
members who have musical or dra-
matic talent are requested to call R.
V. Libonati at 23-M who has charge
of the affair, as soon as possible. This
get together will be open to all men
interested 'in joining the club.
WHNY TOHRRDN?
The 'following query was received
by an alumnus from Lansing in to-
day's mail to the Times News:
"The two Kipke brothers, end and
backman, on the Lansing high school
all-state team, and picked by every
coach in ,Michigan as the greatest
'prep' school football players in- the
state, are NOT going to the University
of Michigan next fall. Can anyone
at Ann Arbor tell me why?
"Ray Kipkte 'says he is going to
Harvard and his brother has not yet
decided. In my opinon, it is not only
a shame that these two stars are not
going to choose the university of

their own home state but it is a seri-
ous reflection upon the alumni of the
university as well.
"Why are not the alumni on the
job? Why is not the whole student
body, to a man, camping on the Kip-
ke brothers' trail in an effort to in-
duce them to come to Michigan? Why'
cannot the future, as far as these two
lads 'are concerned, be made-'a subjecti
of vital interest for every Michigan
student and alumnus?
"In order to avoid anothgr disas-
trous season, such ,as was the case
this year, Michigan men all over the
country must wake up. Yost is not to
blame; the players themselves are not
to blame.. It is the scarcity of ma-
terial that is to blame.
"In the fiture, Michigan ukust show
the same spirit that got her the new
Michigan Union club-house, and or-
ganize, to a man, to bring real ath-
letes to Michigan.
"The two Kipke brothers of Lan-
sing are the best bets this year and
with proper coaching both of them
are sure to earn names for them-
selves on some college gridiron. And
that gridiron, by every right under the
sun, ought to be the gridiron of the
University of Michigan."
AN ALUMNUS OF'12.
Patronise tne uauy Atvrtisers.

We' give real $8.00 board
for
$6.00

STUDENT
BOARD
303 E. ANN ST.

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Thanksgiving
Day Candy
Turkeys, Chickens and
Candy-at
SUGAR BOW
109 South Main

That's what they all say,

Let s go to

-VAN'S LUNCH -

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ennsylvania over
d, but that the
. roll up a 'score
a surprise even
battle does not

Runs by Crippen and Gregory in the
first quarter put the ball over the
Hyde Park goal line. The Ann Arbor
full tore off several plays against the
line, and was helped by Gregory on
end runs. 'A final plunge from the
two yard mark scored the touchdown.
Captain Novy kicked goal. With this
advantage., they played the Chicago
eleven even for the rest of the half,
but the opposing team had a little the
better of the argument in the last two
periods.
Crippen for Ann Arbor and R. Sim-'
mons for Hyde Park were the respec-
tive stars. Both play the same sort of
game, line plunging, and both did the
major part of the ground gaining. On
his work in the first quarter, Crippen
rather outshone the Chicago player.
Captain Novy in the line and Bayles

the b
, was

ith the beat- on end were obstacles for the visit-
:s of Indiana ors, the latter breaking up maiy end
i seem to in- runs.
. eleven was summary
ad of football Ann Arbor Hyde-Park
is are exhib- MacGregor .....L.E......... Wanzer
a emphhsized Schaffer .......L.T..............Kile
Indiana and Schmidt ......L.G...........Holsheid
ated by Con- Novy..........C............Landis
r. It will be Levi1.........R.G........Karabin
ier the migh- Thompkins .....R.T..........Bennett
into account Bayles........R.E. E. Simmons
nerican team. Gillespie ....... Q.B........... O'Neil
e itution Gregory .......L.H.......Ballentine
pe instiuinKeatley .......R.H ............Holt
i season Crippen ......F.B . R. Simmons
thisGeamg. Score by quarters:
This team'Ann Arbor ...............7 0 0 0-7
ht the strong Hyde Park ...............0 0 6 0--6
ehn ee Touchdowns-Crippen, Holt. Goal
ne' tuere.from touchdowns-Crippen. Referee-
he Kentucky Mitchell, U. of M. Time of quarters-
lbe champion-15mnts
season. Mc- 15 minutes.
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A great philosopher once said
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Folks who can play never
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You'd be surprised to find how
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u Basketball practice for freshmen
1 will start this morning at 10 o'clock
in Barbour gymnasium. Coach Math-
er is anxious to have all men that
contemplate trying for the team out
NOW at this time, instead of putting it off
till later.

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