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ECKERSALL PiCKSHI 1
HS ALLAEICAN
West and East Receive Equal Number
of Places on First and
Second Teams
MeMILLIN OF CENTER WINS
QUARTERBACK BERTH AGAIN

VARSITY SWIMMING
NOTICE
At 12:15 o'clock'Thursday at
the Rentschler studio, the Var-
sity team picture for the Michi-
ganensian will be taken. The
names of the men who are- to
appear in the picture are posted
on the bulletin board at the
swimming pool.

Positions on his All-American team CORNELL RUNNERS
are evenly divided between the East SAIL FOR ENGLAND
and West by Walter Eckersall, writ-
ing in the Chicago Sunday Tribune.
The writer maintains that the time Members of the Cornell varsity
has come when Eastern critics must cross country team headed by Coach
recognize the sterling quality of Mid- John F. Moakley set sail from New
dle Western football just as in a time York City yesterday for England,
not far distant the Middle West will where the Cornell team will race with
be forced to acknowledge the teams the representatives of Oxford and
on the Pacific coast. One Southern Cambridge.
college is given a post on the imag- Coach Moakley, who was head coach
inary eleven. of the United States Olympic team,
Good ends were at a premium in is taking a powerful team to meet the
the East this year according to Eck stars of Oxford and Cambridge over
ersall, while the West was well for- the Rochampton course Dec. 27. Cor-
tified in this position. Great backs nell's runners are fitted to represent
were numerous in both sections America against -England as was
as were tackles and quarterbacks. evinced by their victory in the inter-
Guards of championship caliber were collegiate cross country run this fall.
very scarce and there was not one In that run the Ithacans emerged as
man in the country that measured up victors when they won from Princeton
to the standard of former years. by a scant point. Last year Prince-
Horween Captain ton accepted the invitation to com-
Horween of Harvard is given the pete with the Englishmen in track and
fullback position and captaincy on were victorious.
the team for his outstanding offensive Coach Moakley has a well balanced
and defensive play. Crangle of Illi- team with ability to finish closely
nois was second choice for this posi- bunched. Although Cornell can boast
tion and hailed as the greatest man of no outstanding stars as in, former
the West has developed in years. Two years, the squad with its evenly dis-
Western stars, Gipp of Notre Dame tributed strength is expected to count
and Stinchcomb of Ohio State, are heavily in the coming meet.
accorded the halfback posts over a
strong field of contenders. Gipp, byW
his single performance in the East
against the Army, was considered by
critics of that section the greatestT
halfback of the country. Stnchcomb
receives credit for bringing the Big
Ten championship to Ohio .State, and Starter Harry Gould's gun will open
is dubbed by Eckersall "the most agile the second annual interclass swim-
man of the season on Middle West- ming meet held by the intramural de-
ern gridirons." partment at 7:45 o'clock tonight in
The quarter back berth was award the Y. M. C. A. pool. Unlike its pre-
ed .to McMillin of Center College for decessor, the interfraternity meet, the
the second successive year. The fact races will - all be against time, thus
that the Kentuckian was able to make doing away with the necessity of tak-
the showing he did against the much ing more than one evening for the
stronger defense of Harvard gave him event-and alleviating several difilcul-
the position without cbnsidering his ties that arose in the fraternity con-
other wonderful achievements during test.
the year. Boynton of Williams was Eligibility Different
the second choice. He was field leader Eligibility rules, too, -differ from
of his team and one of the leading those of the interfraternity meet. Men
scorers of the year. Workman of who have won Varsity numerals are
Ohio State was mentioned as one of not eligible to compete, but all others
the great pilots of the season who are permitted to enter whether or not
should develop into a star. they have a minor swimming award.
Carney at End Those who win numerals by copping
Carney of Illinois was placed at four or more points in tonight's
left end due to his ability on the re- swim, but who later earn the Varsity
ceiving end of the Illini forward pass award will not receive their interclass
attack and his strong defensive tac- jerseys. In addition to the usual nu-
tics. LeGendre of Princeton was the merals the intramural department has
choice for the other end and was gen- announced the offering of a cup to the
erally considered the best flanker in highest point winner and competition
the East. Weston of Wisconsin, for its possession should be of the
Belding of Iowa, and Meyers of Ohio keenest.
State were given honorable mention. Unless all dope is upset the stars
Keck of Princeton was picked at left of the affair should be Hyde and Nix-
tackle and should be a unanimous on, who were the shining lights in the
choice for the place in Eckersall's interfraternity meet, and Hubbard,
opinon. The other tackle position was whose work as a distance swimmer
given to Tilly Voss of the University thus far this year has stamped him as
of Detroit. Like Keck he has the an aquatic man with a great future.
ideal build for the position and was That these men will not win all the
an aggressive player, fast for his size. points, however, is evinced by the
His ability in breaking through .the large list of men who have signed up
line, blocking kicks and converting at the intramural office and at the
them into touchdowns won several pool. Contrary to last year, entries
games for his team. Captain Angus will be received up to the time of the
Goetz of Michigan was mentioned as starting of a man's event. The men
one of the leading tackles. will, in all probability, go on their
Harvard and Yale showed the best marks in the order in which their
guard material in Tolbert and Acos- names are taken as there is no elim-
ta, respectively. Penfield of North- Ination. Two men will swim at once
western, Tierney of Minnesota, and and their times will be taken. In this
Taylor of Ohio State were mention- way the met will be finished as rapidly
ed. Wallace of Ames was the great- as possible.
est of a wealth of star center men. Schedule of Events
He starred in every game in which his The events will be run off in the
team participated, tearing opposing following order: Forty yard free style,
linen to pieces and throwing runners plunge for distance, 220 yard free
for losses time after time. The Ames style, fancy diving, 100 yard free
man looks to Eckersall like the great- style, 60 yard breast stroke, 60 yard

est center the West has developed back stroke. This order of events is
since the time of Germany Schulz. not final and is subject to change.

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WESTERN NORMAL
TO FAE VARITY
Team Which Defeated Michigan 2 to
13 Last Year to Play Here
Friday Night
TEACHERS WILL PRESENT
LINE-UP OF VETERAN MEN
When Michigan's basketball team
faces the Western State Normal team
on Saturday night, it will meet prac-
tically the same team which last year
administered a 27 to 13 beating to the
Varsity. The Normal team from Kal-
amazoo will present the same line-up
that it had last year with the excep-
tion of Olson, who has graduated. Hisj
place at center will probably be filledI
by Borman during the yresent sea-
son.
Those who saw the contest a year
ago will recall the remarkable de-
fense of the Normal school. The Wol-
verines could garner but three field
baskets In the course of the evening's
play, the other seven points having
been made from the foul line. On the
other hand, the offense of the visitors
was also strong. Cameron ran wild
with the Varsity guards and was the
high point maker of the evening. In
fairness to the Varsity, however, it
must be said that the team was caught
at a time when it was without the
services of several of its best men.
Williams was out of the line-up and
his absence from guard was greatly
felt.
P Are Untested
The Normal team has not yet play-
ed any games this fall, but it is rea-
sonably certain that they will engage
in some contest early this week be-
fore they invade Waterman gymna-
sium on Saturday night. The main-
stays of the team will probably be
Cameron, Borman, Miller, Eva, and
Huston. Coaches Spalding and Tay-
lor are certain to have given the men
the stiffest kind of workouts, but
Coach Mather of the Varsity will have
drilled his squad to meet any kind of
offense that they may offer.
In this contest. Mather is expecting
the hardest kind of battle. As a mat-
ter of fact, a victory for the Wolver-
ines is anticipated only with the great-
est hesitancy. To turn the scales on
.a team which last year defeated
them will be quite a task for the
squad. All the men are in good phys-
ical condition, considering the time
of the season, and they all came
through the Kalamazoo game in good
shape. Rea will be forced to play
with a brace.
Will Work for Speed
During the week, the coach will
speed up his men. His outstanding
criticism of their performance last
Friday was their lack of speed. The
squad was altogether too slow for the
mentor and his task this week will be
to instill pep in the outfit. Against
the offense which the Normal school
will present, Mather will build up a
suitable defense, this feature of the
game being one on which the coach
works particularly.
For the first, time this year,
"Duke" Dunne reported for practice
last evening. Last year's center is in
good physical condition and should
round into shape rapidly. He has
ben resting for several weeks, fol-
lowing the football season. For his
place at center he will be forced to
the limit by Weiss and Reason.
Wickham is also another fighting
candidate for the position at center.
Captain Karpus took his make-up ex-
amination yesterday afternoon and

now awaits the grading of his blue
book, which will decide his eligibility.'

HOCKEY NOTICE
All *fraternities desiring to en-
ter teams in the fraternity
hockey league must notify the
intramural office, phone 2268,
before Saturday.
Time Tabl1e
East Bound
No. 6-Leaves 5:37 A. M,, for De-
troit.
No. 36-Leaves 7:00 A. M. for Buf-
falo and New York.
No. 46-Leaves 9:43 A. M., for De-
troit.
No. 12-Leaves 11:28 A. M., for De-
troit.
No. 108-Leaves 2:39 P. M., for De-
troit, Buffalo,' New York, Boston, and
carries the New York sleepers from
Ann Arbor.
No. 8-Leaves at 2:45 P. M., for Bos-
ton, Buffalo, and New York, carries
the Philadelphia car.
No. 2-Leaves at 3:55 P. M., De-
troit local.
No. 10-Leaves at 5:00 P. M., Buffa-
lo, Rochester, Albany, Utica, Syra-
cuse, New York and Boston.
No. 4-Leaves at 6:05 P. M., for De-
troit. Makes connection with trains
for upper peninsula points: Mackin-
aw, Escanaba, Calumet, Marquette,
and Sault Ste. Marie. Also connects
with Pittsburg, Cleveland, and
Youngstown trains.
No. 110-Leaves a.t 8:35 P. M., for
Detroit and Buffalo. Makes connec-
tions at Buffalo for Washington, Har-
risburg, Rochester, Syracuse, Albany
and New York.
No. 14-Leaves at 9:38 P. M., for
same points as No. 110.
No. 20-Leaves at 11:19 P. M., for
Detroit, Toronto, and Montreal
West-Bound
No. 41-Leaves at 5:34 A. M., for
Chicago.
No. 9--Leaves at 8:40 A. M., for
Chicago.
No. 5-Leaves at 9:25 A. M., local
for Chicago and all intermediate
points.
No. 107-Leaves at 1:10 P. M., for
Grand Rapids. Makes connections
for Muskegon and points north.
No. 15--Leaves at 1:23 P. M.; for
Chicago. On Dec. 21 there will be a

special section of this train for

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dents leaving promptly at 1:15.
No. 23--Leaves at 2:44 P. M., for
Chicago.
No. 11-Leaves at 5:13 P. M., local
to Kalamazoo.
No. 109-Leaves. at 6:00 P. M., for
Grand Rapids, connects with trains
for points north.
No. 45-Leaves at 10142 P. M. for
Chicago. This train will carry the
Ann Arbor to Chicago sleepers.
No. 19-Leaves a~t 1:20 A. M., for
Chicago. Connects at Jackson with
Grand Rapids train. Carries Grand
Rapids and Chicago slepers.
Ann Arbor's progressive merchants
use The Michigan Daily.---Adv. j
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FINAL TRYOUTS FOR UNION
ORCHESTRA NEXT SATURDAY
Final tryouts for the Michigan
Union orchestra will occur at 1:30
o'clock Saturday afternoon in room
308 of the Union. Orchestra officials
have called for more men as there
are vacancies for a few good musi-
clans on nearly all instruments. Earl
. soore, director of musical activi-
ties of the Union, will meet the try-'
outs.
t At the same time and place, fresh-
men musicians who are interested in
forming a freshman orchestra simi-
lar to the Union orchestra will meet.
For ive progressive up-to-date ad-
vertising use The Michigan Daily.--
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BOWLING SCHEDULE
Following are Tuesday's gam-
es in the interclass bowling
tourney:I
3:45 o'clock-Phi Delta Theta,
Lambda Chi Alpha, Theta Chi,
Alpha Delta Phi. There are no
games booked for this evening.
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"--Makes Jack a Dull Boy!"
Jack and Tom and Harry gel
to be very dull chaps, indeed, if
they believe in all work and no
play.
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-
liards. Come in tonight-get a
good cue in your hands again-
and see how soon your former
skill comes back to you.
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