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March 17, 1922 - Image 5

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0N iLLINI
LEN CE FIV E

Captain-elect Ely and "Bill" Miller
star counters on the Wolverine bask-
etball five duTring teh past season
have been placed on the All-Confer-.
ence basketball teams picked by H
Martin Glenn, sports editor of thc
Daily Illini. Elyv was given the posi-
tion on the first team as tip off ma;
while Miller owas given a berth oi
the second team along with Taylor
oisconfsin, due tQ te fact thai;
his regular position of running guard
to forward on the team piched by the
Illini. The personnel of the teams
is as follows:
Carney, Illinois. .F... Taylor, Wis.
Shimnek, Iowj F,.3 le,3ihian
Ely, Michigan ..C...Guilion. Purdue
Sabo, Illinois . .. ...Romney, Chicago
Miller, lurdue . G... Clans, liis

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WHAT OTHERS SA--
Head Coach Robert Fisher, Tar-'
vard, believes that the new rule, that
a player if taken from the game can-
not return in the same half, i a mis-
take, for if a player Ai injured the
tendency will be to let him remain in
the game until he is completely unfit,
especially if he is a star. He re-
gards the new ruling on the goal aft-
er a touchdown as an experiment.
Every team, he thinks, will elect to
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kick, and this will have a tendecy to
develop drop kickers rather than
placement men.
Gilmour iDobie, head coac at Cer-
nell, commenting on th. recent change
in the rules, said that he approved of
the new ruling on clipp ng, but that
he was not satisfied, for the rule only
elim nates the act from being done
at the back of a runner, whereas it.
would be an easy matter to do it
from the side, which is the most vul-

nerabe plaoe. "The gamq has been gi
too complicated for me," Ii. saI4, "and-
with the addition of the new ruling on
the goal after a touchdown it ewme s
more so. Before, the making of the
goal depended upon two men and add--
ed a thrill to the game which depend-
ed upon the in-diviual skill of the men,
whereas now It becomes a mere cog
in the plan of the game and Involves
more time and attention with which
to construct plays to make it auc- -
cessful." =
A Gift That Reminds
~e rccipient of the good judgment of
th ;giver. In selecting your gifts you ~
how your personality through them
Stationery from us shows excellent
ouality good taste, and. rare selec--
tion. We have a stock of unusual de~-
signs, colors and papers that appeal,
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The Stationery and Typewriter Store
17 NICKELS ARCADE
Engraving and Embossing a Specialty

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Romeo Maciel, and Argentine stu-
dent, yesterday completed a record
sweni from Colonia, U ruguay, to Iiuen-
os Aires, a distance Of 27 miles across
tCe Plata Estuary. He was in the
water 24 hours and 30 minutes, beat-
ing the previous record by 30 minutes.,
This is said o he a world's record
for distance s*immng.
Chief Just'ice Taft, speaking at a
meeting of the Yale alumni in Wash-
ington, D. C., Wednesday, said he be-
lieved the growth of big intercollegiate
,thletic exhibitions was militating
against the intellectual life of the in-
stitutions and should be curtailed. He
said that the institutions are to pro-
m ote education, and the athletics are
turning the students' minds from that
principle.

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Charles Paddock, "fastest human be-
ing," and John Weissmuller, I. A. C.
aquatic star, will leave Sunday for
Honolulu, where they will give exhib-
itions in the islands, Paddock is to
assist in the direction of an athletic
program.
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Michigan men started play-
lag Billiards with us in 19*5
and have kept it up in in- '
creasing numbers ever
since.
Michigan men of today.
will find here A 1 equip-
ment, good fellowship and
congenial environment,
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CAPTAIN-ELECT ELY, W HO PLC
ED FIFTH iN THIS Y'EA'S SCOR-
ING COLUMNS OF TIlE PG TEN
Babe Ruth got away for an early
start last Friday, by battng the bail
over the center field fence at the
training camp field at New Orlans.
Shis section of the fence is four feet
high and 's 486 feet ts the p ate.

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MISCELLANEOUS

ARE YOU going home spring vaca-
tion? Why not make a little money
at home during these ten days -and
clear $70.00. Come ini and look over
the reports of the students that are
now wo0Ur ingFpae: tmeandth
large number we have goin out
during the h,0 s r.Laer 3
Nickel's rcad. Phone 2
COLLEGE MEN averaged $950 profit
for 76 days work last summer, selling
"Wear-Ever" aluminum equipments
by the demonstration method. No
ga n as n g It d o es n o a to ex
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sell well known article among stu-
dents. Reply fully. Address Mr,
Jones, care of Michigan Daily. 1212
WANTED - Stenographer, by Conm-
yncrce Club. Apply at room 141, Na-
tural Science Bldg., between 1 and
4, Friday, March 17. 121
LOST-Pale ,pink Cameo ring in plain
gold setting. Address Box T. R.,
Daily, 121-3
LOST-Black leather note book. Size
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Oer SALE
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See how the collar hugs the neck, and les grace.
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