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Five Changes from, All-Conference
Selections Apparent in Criti's
NOTRE DAME PLACES TWO ON
FIRST TEAM, ONE ON SECOND
All-Western football selections by
Walter Eckersall, Chicago Tribune
gridiron critic, have resulted in five
changes being made from the All-
Conference elevens which were pick-
ed by him Sunday. The five players
entering the charmed circle from non-
Conference schools are: Wallace, of
Ames, center; Coughlin, of Notre
Dame, and Voss, of Detroit, tackles;
Gipp, of Notre Dame, halfback, on
the first team; Smith, of Notre Dame,
on the second team. The other seven
men on 'the first eleven are picked
from Big Ten schools and the second
team is made up of Conference play-
ers with the single exceptiop of
Carney, of Illinois, and Weston, of
Wisconsin, are given first call at ends
while Cappon, of Michigan, and Beld-
Bl-ing, of Iowa, are given the wing posi-
tions on the second eleven. Tierney,
of Minnesota, and Penfield, of North-
western, remain at guard while
Smith, of Notre Dame, and Taylor, of
Ohio State, are placed on the second
team. Tackles are Voss, of Detroit,
and Coughlin, 'of Notre Dame, for the
first team with Slater, of Iowa, and
McGuire, of Chicago, as second choic-
es.j Center is awarded to Wallace,
the great pivot man of Ames. Depler,
of Illinois, is given next call.
Backfield material is abundant in
the west and both backfields contain
some of the greatest players ever seen
on a western gridiron. On the first
team are: DeVine, Iowa, quarter-
back; Gipp, Notre Dame, and Stinch-
comb, Ohio, halfbacks; Crangle, Illin-
ois, fullback. For the second team
Bob Fletcher, of Illinois, is placed at
quarter with Steketee, of Michigan,
and Elliott, of Wisconsin, at halves.
Sundt, of Wisconsin, is placed at full-
All sophomores wishing to
try out for assistant baseball
manager next spring are asked
to meet with the manager at
7:15 o'clock tonight at the Un-
The Blue Front
Corner of Stateand Packard
COCHR AN TO MEET
AL TAYLOR FRIDAY
Billiard enthusiasts of ,Michigan
will have a, remarkable opportunity
to see twd masters of the cue art in
action this week when Al Taylor, Un-
ion billiard instructor meets Welker
Cochran in an 18.2 balkline match.
The match will take place Friday eve-
ning, Dec. 10, in the billiard room of
the Union. An admission of 50 cents
will be charged.
Cochran, one of the best players of
America, is at present in New York,
where he is playing Willie Hoppe,
present world's champion, and Jake
Shaefer for the national title at the
Hotel Astor. Cochran was last year
second in the world's championship
tourney, and established a record high
run of 265 for wor'ld's championship
This year his record has- been brli-
liant, winning the preliminary tourna-
ment in San Francisco, with a per-
fect record. Recently, playing Al
Taylor in Detroit, he ran 346. His
grand average for the western tourna-
ment was 38.8, the second best ever
made in championship competition.
FRAT RNITY TANK
MEN TO COMPETE
Events in'the interfraternity swim-
ming.meet will begin at 7:45o'clock'
tomorrow night in the pool of the city
Y. M. C. A. Half of the houses en-
tered will appear at that time to qual-
;fy for the finals and the remainder
will swim Thursday evening at the
same hour. The only charge made at
the pool witl be five cents for each
The events are as follows: 40, 100,
xand 220 yard free style; 60 yard back
stroke;, 6O yard breast stroke; four
man relay; plunge for distance; fan-
cy diving. With the exception of the
two latter events the qualifications
for the finals will be by elimination,
the number to qualify depending
largely upon the number of contest-
ants. In the plunge and the dives the
highest six men each night will qual-
ify. Following is the schedule of
7:45 o'clock Wednesday: Phi Delta
Theta, Kappa Beta Psi, Delta Chi,
Sigma Nu, Beta Theta Pi, Delta Tau
(Continued on Page Eight)
SWIMMING RESULTS FAR
r n n ea f fnilntaTilf
the Wolverines easily outclassed
their opponents with but one excep-
tion. The first preliminary foundI
t liU M U15APPUIN jIjj1J Gilmore or Michigan with a one sec-
cnd handicap over Gilbreath of the
Detroit club. The latter won out at
MICHIGAN TANK MEN SHOW the finish in the closest race of the
ABILITY IN D. A. C. evening. In the third heat the handi-
MEET caps given their opponents proved
too great for Hubbard and Randall
Although the names of Michigan to overcome, Hubbard starting three
men failed to figure prominently in seconds behind the first- man off the
the final results of the D. A. C. city mark, and Randall one second ahead
swimming championships on Saturday of his. teammate. Smith swam one
night, the results, as viewed by of the best races for the Wolverine
Cach Drulards, a s farfrom isap tank men in the last heat. He start-
ed three seconds behind the winner,
poining.Briggs of the D. A. C., and nearly
Warren Hyde easily swam his way veame the lea of henclr
into the finals of the 100 yard freeosra. ewhlone adf mec h
style by finishing a scant foot behind wtard Aaew moredfeetornduS.th
Dave Nixon of the D. A. C. in the would have emerged victorious. This
send Nreimix naryThe.sA.hC.rte is particularly noteworthy inasmuch
second preliminharthesshor, hod- as Briggs was the winner of the final
ever, proved insufficient and the best in this event.
he could do in the final was to land Will Help Pool Drive
a good fourth behind the Nixon broth- The appearance of the Wolverine
ers and Roberts all of the D: A. C. swimmers in Detroit for the first time
Strong in 54 Yard Event this year created a remarkably fav-
In the 50 yard special handicap race orable impression upon the many
student and alumni members of the
Athletic club who were witnesses of
the meet. The publicity given by the
team in such competition is certain to
be a great aid to the coming drive for
the completion of the Union pool.
There is still room for new candi.
dates for the Varsity squad and new
men can report -to, Coach Drulard
the "Y" pool every afternoon exe
Wednesday. Men, who can do b
stroke, breast stroke, or plunge
distance are particularly needed.
Michigan Daily liners bring
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makes a very desirable and
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Ask for a demonstration and
then take advantage of the
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"--Makes lack a Dull Boy!S"
Jack and Tom and Harry get
to be very dull chaps, indeed, if
they believe in all work and no
Men who want to keep their
minds keen and their wits
sharp, know that they must play
to keep fit for the terrific strain
of modern life.
If your "prof" is wise he will
heartily approve of your play-
ing an occasional game of bil-
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good cue in your hands again-
and see how soon your former
skill comes back to you.
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