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October 23, 1921 - Image 7

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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In Archie Adams, Amherst has a
tackle who weighs 205 pounds and who
can run the hundred yard dash in
10 3-5 seconds.
Penn State has accepted the offer
of the University of Washington to
play a football game with them at
Seattle onĀ° Dec. 3.
"Stuffy" McInnis, first baseman for
the Boston Americans, played 119 con-
secutive games of errorless ball to
close the season for his club. He was
charged with only one error the en-
tire season.

Freshmen Get Work on Outdoor Track
Freshmen gym classes have been re-
ceiving their baptism of fire the past
week under Dr. May. Whenever pos-
sible the men are taken out doors for
a short workout and a turn on the
track. They ',re advised to bring
sweaters or jerseys and to keep them
in their lockers.
R. 0. T. C. Receives Ammunition
The R. 0. T. C,. reports having re-
ceived ten new 1921 National match
star-gauged Springfield rifles and
several thousand rounds of 1921 tin-
plated, 170-grain ammunition from the
Government for the use of the Uni-
versity Rifle Team. -

ji30. The intersectional contests, in-!
PROPOSED STII EL volving long jumps for one or both
of the elevens, will be hit hardest, but
there will be other games in the East,
MAY STOP GAME iSouth Middle West and Far West
which will have to be caled off while t
the strike is on.
Schedules of Neighboring Schools Just how much devastation will beE
Safe; Long Jumps Held wrought among the football schedules
Impossible will depend upon the farsightedness

strike. For instance, Georgia Tech
will find it is easy enough to get from
Atlanta for the game with Penn State
at the Polo Grounds, but the Georgia
gridironmen are likely to find it a
different matter making the return
trip. Their only hope lies in the fact
that some of the Eastern and South-
ern roads are included in the second
group, which will not be affected until
Tuesday, Nov. 1.
Another big game endangered on
Oct. 29 is the Harvard-Center battle
which a good many people will want
to see. All the other contests on
Oct. 29 seem safe although in the
West the Chicago-Colorado tussle at
Chicago may have to be canceled.

TEAMS FACE POSSIBILITY OF
BEING STRANDED AT WALK-OUT'
Football fans in all sections of the
country will be deprived of some of
their choicest games if the railroads
brotherhoods carry through their de-
cision to call a national strike on Oct.

and ingenuity of the managers. In
the past when trouble threatened on
the railroads, many of the athletics
heads devised elaborate plans for
transpotring their teams by automo-
bile, boat, and sightseeing busses. Al-
though the first group of railroads
will not be affected until 6 A. M. on
Sunday Oct. 30, a few of the games
on Oct. 29 will be wiped out by the

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HOPKINS COMPUTES
STELLAR ACTIVITY
Secretary L. A. Hopkins of the En-
gineering College, has for several
years been engaged in research work
along the lines of astronomical mathe-
matics. This work, sometimes termed
mathematical astronomy, or celestial
mechanics, deals with ,the movement
of certain small asteroids from which
mathematical computations are made.
Although handicapped by lack of the
time necessary for research in pure

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Played Usual Good Game
science of this kind the work is be
carried on steadily under the din
tion of Doctor Hopkins.
The beginning of this work R
made possible by the original disc
ery of 22 small asteroids by Pro,
sor Watson of this University pr
ably 50 years ago.

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