100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Download this Issue

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

This collection, digitized in collaboration with the Michigan Daily and the Board for Student Publications, contains materials that are protected by copyright law. Access to these materials is provided for non-profit educational and research purposes. If you use an item from this collection, it is your responsibility to consider the work's copyright status and obtain any required permission.

November 15, 1921 - Image 5

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Michigan Daily, 1921-11-15

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

UP As 1The Undispu ted
Champions Of The West

CHUTE IS WINNER OF HARPHAN TROPHY
SATURDAY WITH FAST TIME OF 26:42
George Chute added his name to the in good time. Arndt came in second'
list of those cross country runners andhe was followed by Whittemore.
who have had their names placed on Captain Pemberthy was the fourth
man to cross the tape, followed by

Two Words

,,1,

"University of Iowa, fogtball cham-
pions of the middle West." Such a
quotation is, to say the least, unfam-
iliar, yet it is obviously true. With
the elimination of Wisconsin from con-
sideration, as a result of the tie game
with Michigan, the Hawkeyes are now
the only eleven who can lay claim
to that title. Ohio State, although she
may share Big Ten honors should she,
as all things seem to indicate, defeat
Illinois next Saturday, has been de-
feated by Oberlin, and as a result can-
not possibly hold iid-western honors.
Iowa has not lost a game, while Ne-
braska, the only other undefeated
eleven, cannot be compared with the
Iowans.
lichigan Win Upsets Race
With the exception of the Michigan-
Wisconsin contest all games in the
Big Ten went according to dope. Chi-
cago had a hard struggle to defeat 11-
linois, but triumphed by a 14 to 6
count after the Illini had secured the
lead through two beautiful field goals
by Sterneman. Ohio State waded to
victory over Purdue, scoring 28 points
to none for the Boilermakers, while
the conquering Iowa machine literally
MITCHELL ADVANCES NEW
PLAN FORTRA
FRATERNITIES WILL BE DIVIDED
INTO EIGHT ATHLETIC
LEAGUES
An entirely new scheme of promot-
ing athletic competition among frater-
nities has been devised by the Intra-
mural department, according to an an-
nouncement by Coach E. D. Mitchell,
director of the department.
The new system consists of divid-
ing the fraternities according to loca-
tion and type, and placing them into
one of the eight leagues to be formed.
as a result of this arbitrarydivision.
The probable leagues follow: State,
Washtenaw, Hill, Madison, Ingalls,
House Clubs, Graduate and Profession-
al.
Ralph 0. Rychner, '22M, former
Varsity basketball captain, has been
placed in charge of the basketball
tourney and he plans'to start play on
or about Dec. 1, fully two months
earlier than play commenced last year.
Each team entered in the tournament
will meet each team in its respective
league and the final winner will be de-
termined by an elimination tourney in
which the winners of the eight leagues
will compete.
The personnel of the leagues will be
made known by a later announcement.
:;tliii111i91 1 1 11iill ittlI flilillilili,,
P r. (4eorwe E. Nhkle
OSTEOPATHC PHYSICIAN E
Office hours daily by appoint.
ment Telephone 2526
Bi. 12, Over Arcade Theatre
*711 N. Univer'sity Ave.

trampled Indiana underfoot, rolling up
41 points and holding the Hoosiers
scoreless during the four periods of
muddy football.
Gophers Idle
Minnesota was in idleness Saturday
in preparation for the big game with
Michigan. The Gophers, with two
weeks rest, should be able to present
a formidable line-up to Coach Yost's
cripples despite early season reverses.
Northwestern also indulged in a much
needed rest, although it is doubtful if
all the rest in the world can bring
victory over the tremendous power of
Iowa when the two teams clash at
Evanston next Saturday. The Purple,
weak enough, were badly crippled in
the game with Purdue and are no
match for Iowa. This game, with the
other Big Ten contests, will bring the
Conference season to a close.
Badgers to Meet Maroons
Ohio State will meet Illiniois and is
expected to make it five defeats in a
row for the Indians and thus giving
Northwestern company in the cellar
position. Chicago faces Wisconsin at
Chicago in a game that is decidedly
difficult to dope, but presentindica-
tions are that the powerful aerial at-
tack of the Badgers should prove too
strong for the Maroons. Stagg's men
experienced great difficulty in downing
Zuppke's cohorts, while the Badgers
counted three touchdowns against the
Indians. Still, the remarkable fighting
power of the Maroons will make the
game a hot one, and it would be no
surprise to see Chicago come out on

the Harphan trophy by winning the
five mile grind Saturday morning ij
the annual race for the trophy. Chute
got away to a good start and was
never headed although Arndt, the sec-
ond man to finish, was but half a min-
ute behind him. Chute made splen-
did time, considering the condition of
the course, completing the distance
in 26 minutes and 42 seconds. This is
the best time ever made by a. Mich-
igan man over the five-mile course,
but not the best for the course. All-
man of Illinois holds the record with
a time of 26 minutes and 27 seconds.
Run on New Course
The usual trophy course was in
such terrible condition tha.t Coach
Steve Farrel refused to let his men
travel over it. Instead they ran over
their customary course out Geddes
Avenue and across the river and back
over Fuller Street.- Nine men started
the run and all completed their race
A Reliable Jeweler
CHAPMAN
113 South Main
SLEEP ANYWHERE, BUT
EATAT REX'S.
. THE CLUB LUNCH
712 Arbor Street
Near State and Packard Streets
ENDS
Ft Rthe student or prof.,
the superb VENUS out-
rivals all for perfect Pencil
work. 17 black degrees and
Aerican Lead
22o FifhAie.r
Newyork

Bowen, Earhart, Dunklin and Purcell
in the order named.
The first six men in will receive
jerseys and cross country letters, be-
sides having the opportunity of rep-
resenting the University at the Con,
ference meet at Indiana next Satur-
day. Chute, Arndt and Whittemore
will also be given cups for their ef-
forts.
(Continued on Page Eight)

In-com-pa-ra-bly fine!
To an experienced smoker they're
as full of meaning as a dictionary
is full of words.
They are specific.
They mean just one thing-
-tl, r-. 1--1i 1.. . I

41.

YL

N
K

:=
..... .

ST erM GAS FITIG

Jtlended in the Good

[. oyj

Old Enalsh a

TELEPHONE 214 F-1

* LAST TIMES TODAY
.'.~~ ': ~ i.RA NID.

top.
meet,
orite.

Purdue and Indiana will also
with the latter the ruling fav-

its of Sport

At intercollegiate track meets in
future events will be timed by the new
stop watches that will record ' the
tenth of a second instead of the usual
one-fifth.
The new fractional time will give
sprinters particularly an opportunity
to beat records which have withstood
assaults for years.
Nebraska continues to be the only
unbeaten member of the Misouri Val-
ley football conference, having trounc-
ed Kansas, 28-0, at Lincoln, last Sat-
urday. The Nebraska eleven has won
two of its three conference games and
will play the third against Ames next
Saturday. ,
Missouri, by defeating Oklahoma, 21-
14, moved into second place forcing
out the Kansas Aggies who lost .to
Ames last Friday.
Ty Cobb, 'with a batting average of
A43, leads the hitters of the California
winter league, according to unofficial
records. Harry Heilman is second
with .394, Roger Hornsby third with
.387 and George Sisler fourth with .361.

..
..
..
..
_
r
a
r
i
i
S
iF
1
,y.
_
1
a
t ,
ill
,fir
w
i
1
!fit
i/
1

THRILLS!
SUSPENSE!

;r
.,z

ACTION!

+"' '
r "
s
./- ,,O
' ( t
"'

y .r

f .9096-

iI=l

Phone 937R7R
Cleaning Pressing Altering
Shoe Repairing and Laundry Agency
We Call For and Deliver

U r
U
a
U

in

EU UUsUSUUEWouUIw

-

K t

-

Ll

A ' WESTERN ROMANCE
{ THAT EXCELS ALL HIS
> PREVIOUS EFFORTS!
- L-
ADDED
A MIRTHFUL COMEDY
"HIGH LIFE"
With HARRY SWEET
Starring to Make the Fun
AESOP'S SELZNICK
FABLES NEWS
MATINEE SHOWING EVENING
2:00-3:30 LAST FEATURE STARTS AT 9:00 P. M. 7:00-8:30

More Michigan Men play
Billiards than is the case
in any other American or
foreign university.
This has been true now
for a period of about six.
teen years.
The reason-
1XLLTARDS CIGARS CANDIES
PIPES LyNCHES SODAS
"we try to treat you rithtf'

!
k
/!
R
It
f i ,
v
~
"+ , ,
_-4 '
"/ .

STARTS TOMORROW
AND IT'S REAL COLLEGEFOATT-ONLY MICHIGAN COULD BEAT THEN

CORNER STATE AND JEFFERSON

A

.:

I

I'll_

t

li a

E EU ®®UWE E E, ,55

I

w i
j

BIG BEN

BABY BEN

C,

LOST AND FOUND
LOST-On diagonal walk, gold ring
with Phi Kappa Sigma seal. - Call
Watterworth at 1166. Reward. 42-3
LOST-8 1-2x11 cloth covered note
book containing Pathology notes.
Name and address in upper right
corner. Call Shepard at 670-R. Re-
ward..43 -2
LOST-Liather note book. Also loose
set Diction and Usage notes. Re-
ward. Box M. A. K.. care Daily. 42-3
LOST-Gold Waltham wrist watch on
- Wisconsin special, on trip to Madi-
son. Valued as gift. Reward. Please
return toP. F. Moore, 620 S. State.
Phone 231. 44-3
LOST-Tuesday 8th, between 904 Oak-
land and State and Packard, Gold
wrist watch. Monogram D. W. P.
Phone 652-M. 44
FOUND - Rain coat left in Varsity
Barber Shop. Owner can obtain it
by paying for adv. 44-2
FOR SALE

LOST
LOST-Will the person that took the
sheepskin from lower cloak room
in Union. return it to the same place
as that person was seen and will be
prosecuted. 43-3
FOR RENT
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 - Three good rooms in
Nickel's Arcade. Apply at room 336
Nickel's Arcade, third floor. 42-3
FOR RENT - Very pleasant double
room with double desk. Also single
room, near campus. 1115 S. Univer-
sity. 44
WANTED
WANTED-By young lady, single room
or suite near campus. South side
and private family preferred. Write
Box M. A. K., care Daily. 42-3
WANTED - f'esirable student want
clean, wain room. Must be reason-
able and close to campus. Give
particulars. Box A. H. J. 44-2

s am
POCKET BEN
PLAIN AND LUMINOUS DIALS
YES-WE CARRY
THE WESTOLOX LINE
BUY ONE AND
BE IN CLASS ON TIME
Haller & Fuller
STATE ST. JEWELERS

for the Glory of hisCllege
AND FOR HER!

I1A

t
s

Get into the game with this boy-the
boy they called a quitter, the boy who
pulled through college on a milk can,
and the boy who didn't know when he
was beaten!
That football game at the end has
America's greatest players smashing
through it!

_
*E
)t//
'I(

1

Another one, Swift
as "Scrap Iron", but
Different! Directed
by Charles Ray

e as RaypiL

As fine as they -raise 'em!

As fin(

Back to Top

© 2021 Regents of the University of Michigan