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'trE MICHIGA DAILY

Michigan Considered As Team For
Tournament Of Roses At Pasadena

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With the football seasoi gradually
drawing to a close the yearly discus-
sion as to who will represent the
East and the West in the Tournameq4
of Roses game at Pasadena on New
Year's day has once more come to the
fore. The East and Middle West are
united in determination to have re-
venge for California's overwhelming
defeat of Ohio State, eastern cham-
pions, last year, while the Far West is
equally determined to uphold the rec-
ord of past years and once more prove
the superiority of'Paciflc coast foot-
ball.
Three Western Teamsf
There are three possible represen-
tatives of the West, one of which will
be eliminated today 'when California
meets Washington State on the Berke-
ley gridiron. These two teams re-
main undefeated, the latter having
fought Stanford, the third contender
for ,honors, to a scoreless tie last
Saturday. Should the Washingto-
nians down the Bears the fight will be
between their aggregation and Stan-
ford, while if California proves victor
the battle between Bruin and Cardinal
on the Stanford gridiron Nov. 19 will
be the deciding encounter. California
is favored over the entire Coast to
defeat all comers and once -more de-
fend the West on the field at Pasa-
dena, but Washington State has a
powerful eleven, and Standford, with
the heaviest collegiate team in the
United States today, averaging a tri-
fle over 200 pounds to the man, can-
not be left out of consideration. Stan-
ford opposes Nevada today and should
win by an overwhelming score. Other
prominent Pacific elevens, such as
the Universities of Washington and
Oregon, the Oregon Aggies, Southern
California, and St. Mary's have been
eliminated in the earlier games.
Four Big Ten Teams
If the problem in the West is com-
plicated that in the East is still more
complex. Six teams are being consid-

ered by the committee in charge at
Pasadena, and are listed in the order
in which they are now favored, name-
ly, Yale, Wisconsin, Ohio State, Mich-
igan, Centre, Iowa, and Notre Dame.
Thus it can be seen that only one
team from the Atlantic coast is de-
serving of such consideration, while
the South has one, and*the Middle
West four. Yale and Princeton meet
today, and a victory for Nassau
would mean the total elimination of
the Tigers, while a victory for the
men of Eli would strengthen their
present position in the lead. Centre
has already been invited to represent
the East in a game at San Diego on
Christmas day with the team of the
Pacific Fleet representing the West,
but the Colonels will not accept un-
less they are also invited to play at
Pasadena. They are, however, being
seriously considered by the tourna-
ment committee.

tion, for the tournament committee
realizes Michigan's crippled state in
the Ohio game, and also the disap-
pointing showing made by the Scar-
let and Grey last year against the tre-
mendous attack of the Bears. Iowa's
remarkable victory over Minnesota
last Saturday raised the stock of the
Hawkeyes' several points, while No-
tre Dame's string of wins makes the
Catholics worthy of consideration.
Today's Games Count
The important games today that
will have some bearing on the final
selection are the battles between
Princeton and Yale, Michigan and
Wisconsin, Indiana and Iowa, and
California and Washington State.
Whatever the choice of teams the re-
sultant encounter is sure to be frought
with great interest, as the rivalry be-
tween the two sections of the country
has been growing rapidly ever since
Michigan represented the East In one
of the earliest of such games, de-
feating Stanford in 1901, 49 to 0.
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Wisconsin and Ohio State are
equally favored, but a victory for
Michigan in today's all-important bat-
tle would put the Wolverines on an
equal footing with the Buckeyes, elim-
inating the Badgers from considera-

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LOST AND FOUND
LOST-Pair shell rimmed glasses,
gold bows, on Washtenaw near
Homeop. Hospital. Call Bailey, 785.
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Other Usual

Features

LOST-Marathon gold watch.
B, Law Building. Call 981.
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Room
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LOST-Xi Psi Phi fraternity pin. Call
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FOR SALE
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lights, dam. rims, five good tires.
Motor just overhauled. $150. Call
Newland, 236. 42
FOR SALE-Fine quality honey. 5, 10
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FOR RENT--Share in large front
suite. Steam heat, desks. $4.00.
Roommate wanted in double room.
$4.50. 422 E. Washington. 41-4
FOR RENT-A very desirable suite,
one block from campus. Quiet house.
609 Monroe, 41-3
FOR RENT - Three good rooms in
Nickel's Arcade. Apply at room 336
Nickel's Arcade, third floor. 42-3
FOR RENT-Single room, 425 Cross
St. Only two other men in house.
42-2
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or suite near campus. South side
and private family preferred. Write
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see Charles Derocher, 337 S. Ash-
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Football Game, play by play returns Saturday a
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COMING SUNDAY
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