First Team Second Team.
E0 D arter, Phi Gamma Delta ..........L.E...........Rivard, Phi Kappa Sigma
Scheidler, Delta Sigma Delta .....L.T.............Reason, Theta Xi..
Ed. Henry, Alpha Delta Phi.........L.G...........Vandolman, Sigma Phi
Bigelow, Alpha Delta Phi ..........C.....Earl Cress, Capt., Phi Kappa Sigma
John Henry, Phi Delta Theta .....R.G....... .......Lawrie, Delta Chi
eams Wright, Sinfonia...............R.T..........Ingham, Alpha Delta Phi
G. Perrin, Phi Gamma Delta .......R.E..................Hume, Sigma Nu
Leader, Theta Chi.............Q.B.......Kerr, Sigma Alpha Epsilon
Anderson, Phi Kappa Sigma.....L.H.........Landis, Alpha Delta Phi.
S Steketee, capt., Alpha Delta Phi..F.B.................Haler, Theta Chi
'EEI Moulthrop, Psi Upsilon.........R.H.......Quartell, Alpha Sigma Phil
FRESH FOOTBALL NOTICE
All of the 20 men who made
their monogram on the fresh-
man football team are to report
at Waterman gymnasium for a
meeting on Thursday evening at
7:15 o'clock. A second vote on
the names of Searle and Dun-
phy will be taken. These men
each received an equal number
of votes for the captaincy in the
first ballot. Coach Mather wants
all of the men to report with-
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very suc- several others that played good foot-
>tball sea- ball, but could not be worked into eith-
elected two er' team. Kheun, Psi Upsilon, Swift,
uen severalAlpha Delt, both halves, and Iland,
elude most Alpha Sigma Phi quarter, were men
a the race. that did much toward the success of
have been their respective teams. McManis, of
at wasse- the Theta Chi team, played well at
teams this center. Of the remaining ends Ander-:
.n picking son, of the Alpha Delts, Kyser, Delta
Chi, Jeffries, Alpha Sigma Phi, and
as unusual Holland, Delta Sigma Delta, stood out
good play- for the excellence of their play. Wat-
:any of the erworth, Phi Kappa Sigma guard,
nd will be and Schem, Alp.a Delt quarter, are
r the Var- the others that deserve special men-
the chain- tion.
one of the__________
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other half, HILLSDALE COLLEGE UNABLE
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CCER TEAM FOLDS FINAL
MRACTICE FOR YPSILANTI GAME
Final practice for the soccer game
with Ypsilanti this afternoon was
held on a snow covered field yester-
day afternoon. The turn-out was not
as large as was expected but at a
meeting held in Lane hall last night
all the regulars were present and the
team will appear at its full strength
today. The contest this afternoon is
scheduled for 3:15 o'clock and the
snow will be removed from the field
before that time. The players should
report to the club-house at Ferry field
at 3 o'clock.
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At present the varsity basketball
team is without a game for Friday
evening. Illsdale college, which was
to appear at Waterman gymnasium for
the season's opening game, has noti-
fed the Athletic association that it
will be unable to play here on that
night. An attempt is being made to
sign up some other school. The ath-
letic office is in communication with
such colleges as Albion and Adrian.
27 Men Working Out
In the meantime the squad of .27
men continues to work out under the
direction of the coach. As time goes
on the physical condition of the men
is improving. They are hardening up
and 'are standing the. gaff in better
shape. All have been showing up
regularly for practice and there is not
-a man on the squad that is not work-
ing hard.. Coach Mather is teachin-
them more basketball than they have
ever known. Although the showing
of the squad was not very good on\
Monday evening, the men came back
strong on Tuesday and displayed a
great fighting spirit.
With lput two more workouts ahead
of them before the first contest, the
members of the squad have made up
their minds to give their utmost. As
the coach has announced that the
team, which goes on the floor, will
not be given out until 10 minutes be-
fore the whistle blows, each man is
determined that he shall be among
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Three Games Before Christmas
Three games have been definitely
scheduled before the Christmas vaca-
tion. On Saturday night of this week,
Dec. 13, the Varsity will play Kalama-
zoo College. In the following week
there are two games. Polish Semin-
ary will be here on Thursday, Dec.
18, and Western State Normal the next
night, Friday, Dec. 19. The Christmas
! trip will be made up of four games.
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