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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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FOUR YEARS SERVICE, NO
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VARSITY CAPTAIN PLACED
1918 ALL-WESTERN
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At the conclusion of play on North-
rop field this afternoon, Capt. Angus
G. Goetz will have completed his
fourth year of Varsity competition and
his second term as Wolverine leader.
During this time he has been in the
game not less than 1,500 minutes of
actual playing time, probably more
service than any other one man has
evertgiven to Michigan football. Never
has time been taken out for Goetz and
his game has never slackened ap-
preciably from the opening kickoff
until the final whistle.
Goetz took his preparatory work at
Sault Ste. Marie high school and was
a member of the eleven that played
Detroit Central in 1913 for the state
scholastic championship. The follow-
Ing year he made a reputation as one
of the strongest halfbacks that the up-
per peninsula had ever produced but
his career was halted for a time by
a broken leg, the result of a vicious
open field tackle. The following spring
he broke the same leg again, cause
this time, a slide on a close decision
at home plate.
Started at End
It was not until the football season
of 1917 rolled around thatGus would
trust the broken member to carry him
around Ferry field, but after his ap-
pearance in the third quarter of the
Case game that year his name has
never failed to appear in Yost's line
up. Left end was his position that
year and although his work on the
flank Was not as spectacular as later
performances have been, he was al-
ways in their fighting, following the
ball with an intuition that seems un-
canny.
During the 1918 season he was fin-
ally settled at left tackle and his ex-
hibition at this position was so spec-
tacular that Eckersall placed the fam-
ous Wolverine on his All-Western
team and Camp mentioned him on his
mythical eleven.
Last year, as captain, he was one of
the few bright spots in a color scheme
that was almost universally drab. As
a leader he left nothing to be desired,
his team never gave up and, the sea-
son over, they voiced their confidence
in him by reelecting him to lead them
to bigger and better things.
1920 I11s Biggest Year
With a strong team to support him
Captain Goetz has reached heights this
year that he has never approached
before. Not a single opponent ha
proved a match for him and, In ad-
dition to out-playing his own man,
he has been a tower of strength to
the entire line. Down the field under
punts he invariably gets the receiver,
he is a terror to opposing punters and
a keen diagnostician of plays.
If Michigan has had a candidate for
All-American honors in recent years,
that man is Goets.
COURT SQUAD WORKOUTS TO
BE INCREASED NEXT WEEK
An air of secrecy is being main-
tained by Coach Mather concerning
the doings of his basketball men. The
coach will give out no word as to his
workings with the court candidates.
One thing, however, is certain, that
he is always anxious to see new men.
Opportunities for developing are great
so early in the season and anyone
with any basketball experience or
ability is urged to report for prac
tice.
Practice is being held every Mon-
day, Tuesday, and Wednesday even-
ings during the first few weeks but
with the close of the football sea-
son, workouts will be held every
night except Saturday. A firm foun-
dation in the fundamentals of the
game is being drilled into the men, a
feature on which the coach is insist-
ent.

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SOCCER GAME WANTED
The South American soccer
team has issued a challenge to
any fraternity or class soccer
team on the campus for a game
to be played this afternoon. Any
team desiring this game may
make final arrangement by
phoning Tellez at 1755-W at
noon today.
CONFERENCE PACKS
AT URBANA TODAY
Michigan's cross country team ar-
rived in Urbana last night for the
Conference hill and dale run which
is scheduled for this morning. While
dopesters do not give the Wolverines
even an outside chance for victory,
Coach Farrell is in hopes that some
trick of fate or an exceptionally good
showing on the part of the team will
put the Maize and Blue harriers to
the fore.
The members of the squad are in
the best of condition and were in high
spirits when they left, a factor which
may prove of importance in the final
determination of the meet.
Purdue is the ruling favorite, for
her team, headed by Captain Furnas.
of Olympic fame, has emerged victori-
ous In every run thus far this fall.
The Boilermakers were easy winners
over Illinois and Michigan, and in the
Indiana state meet no one of the col-
leges entered was able to give them
even a comparable degree of compe-
tition.
If there is one team that may beat
Purdue that team is Wisconsin, and
unless the dope is badly upset, the
Badgers should have little difficulty
in copping second honors. Iowa or
Minnesota is figured in the guesswork
for third position with Indiana and
Michigan trailing in the rear. Little is
known of the relative strength of the
other teams entered.
All participants in the run and
their coaches and managers will be
the guests of the University of Illi-
nois at the Illinois-Ohio football game
this afternoon. The best seats avail-
able have been reserved for them and
It is thus assured that the runners
will be well repaid for their long
and tiresome grind during the morn-
ing hours.
BRUMM SPEAKS TO LANSING
CHILD CONSERVATION LEAGUE
Prof. John L. Brumm, head of the
department of journalism, spoke last
night before theuChild Conservation
league of Lansing, chosing for his sub-
ject "The Parent, Willy, and the
Teacher."
The Child Conservation league has
for its purpose the welfare of child-
ren, especially their education, and it
was through the educational depart-
ment of the league that Professor
Brumm was obtained for the talk in
the capital city.

DELTA U ENTERS
SOCCER FINALS
Play in the semi-final round of the
interfraternity soccer league was com-
pleted yesterday by Delta Chi and Phi
Gamma Delta teams, the former squad
ploughing through the snow and ice
for a 2 to 0 victory. Monday after-
noon the DeltaUpsilon and Phi Sigma
Kapap teams will meet, to determine
which will contest Delta Chi for the
campus championship.
In the class B league Psi 'Upsiolnl

TEAM GETS BACK
SUNDAY EVENING
The Varsity football team will ar-
rive in Ann Arbor from Minneapolis
at 6:05 o'clock Sunday evening, ac-
cording to information from the Ath-
letic office.
The trip from Minneapolis to Ann
Arbor will be as direct as it can pos-
sibly be made, and will consume the
least possible time. The team will
leave Minneapolis at 10:30 o'clock
Saturday night and will arrive in Ann

took Phi Chi into camp by a 1 to 0 Arbor at 6:05 o'clock Sunday evening.
count and Sigma Phi Epsilon had
little difficulty with Phylon, winning TI RTF A 1rIYGIT T FAR. TXAT!

2 to 0.
Interclass competition is well un-
der way and the different teams have
taken as kindly to the sport as the
fraternity teams did. In yesterday's
event the lower class engineers en-
gaged in a bitter struggle with the
upperclassmen of the same college
and emerged victorious, score 1 to 0.
The Architects and the Dents are
scheduled to play at 9:30 o'clock this
morning.
Penn Club Elects Officers
Election of Pennsylvania club offi-
cers Tuesday resulted as follows:
President, C. B. Stegner, '22L; vice-
president, D. S. Doverspike; secre-
tary, Martha Shepard, '22; treasurer,
F. Hoffman, '22.
Patronize Daily advertisers.-Adv.

IN UNION BILLIARD TOURNEY
In the second block of the handi-
cap billiard tournament played at the
Union billiard room during the past
week liarbert (160) beat Landis (115)
160 to 80, Byrne (120) won from
Griffith (115),120 to 85, Gale (160) de-
feated Kaufman (90) 160 to 28, Ken-
nedy (120) won from Ingham (115)
120 to 113.
Gale, Harbert and Byrne are lead-
ing at present and from all indica-
tions have the best chance of win-
ning. The time of all play will be
posted in the billiard room.
Pairings for the third block are:
Byrne (120) vs. Ingham (115), Lan-
dis (115) vs. Kauffman (90), Harbert
(160) vs. Griffith (115), Gale (160) vs.
Butler (100), Moeller (110) vs. Ken-
nedy (120),

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Men's Suits up to $60, Today, Saturday, your choice
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HOUSE ON FIRE
Does the house belong to the
bewhiskered individual reading
the insurance policy in the fore-
ground? We should worry; he
certainly does not.
By his unruffled appearance he
has apparently been accustomed
to carry his poliyc around in his1
pocket for just this occasion. The
moral that the Arti3t wishes to
indicate, however, is obviously
the necessity of carrying adequate
insurance and as for ourse. 'es we
suggest that you consult
BUTLER
INSURANCE
Phone 401 M
First National Bank Bldg.

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MEN'S OVERCOATS I MEN'S OVERCOATS

LOST AND FOUNDI
Students who have articles
which they found on Ferry field
during the class games on Sat-
urday, are requested to leave
them at the secretary's office in
University hall. After 60 days,
if owner has not called and
identified his property, the find-
er will be given it back.
SECRETARY OF THE
UNIVERSITY.

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