THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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BOXING C0LU TO MIT
NEW4MEN NEXT WEEK
MEDALION PRIZES TO BE GIVEN
TO WINNERS IN COMING
Next week will see several new
members taken into the Boxing club.
Coach Sullivan has been looking over
the boxing ability of aspirants and
several men are up to the standard
there. Just who these members are
will be decided at meeting /to be
held in the near future.
Prizes for winners of the different
weight classes in the tournament to
be held in February have been chosen
and are in the form of medalions.
The figures of two boxers will be on
the medalion and the name of the
winner and the weight class will be
engraved on it. This tournament is
an All campus affair and is not limit-
ed to members of the club.
LEAVE ANYTHING BEHIND?
All personal property left in
the Ferry field club house should
be called for and claimed this
Whether you play foot ball, j
basket ball, or indulge in
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California bruins Ready To Defend
Coast Honors In Nelv Year 's Battle
Preparations for the annual -New
Year's day game between the Western
and Eastern intercollegiate football
champions have been put under way
by the Pasadena Tournament of Roses
A stadium is to be built by the asso-
ciation for the event and five and ten
year script books will be placed on
sale shortly. The proceeds will be
used for the construction of the stad-
ium. The structure will not be ready
for the 1922 game according to the
May Play at Stanford
Seating capacity at Pasadena is at
present inadequate and it is not un-
likely that the Tournament of Roses
will be played at Palo Alto in the luge
Stanford stadium that has Just been
completed,. Last year's arrangements
made by the Tournament of Roses
committee did not prove satisfactory
to the California management. Cali-
fornia not only had no share in the
gate receipts, but also incurred a fin-
ancial loss. This year Andy Smith's
Bears may play the Eastern represent-
ative at Palo Alto. With a much larg-
er seating capacity of 65,000, the
Stanford stadium would be more de-.
California's representatives at the
Tournament of Roses.will be the team
that has not met defeat for two years
and which last year was recognized
as the greatest eleven in America.
This year California has won all of its
games by top heavy scores and bids
fair to present a more formidable line-
up on New Year's day than it did
against Ohio last year. Stephens and
Berkey are the Bruin ends. McMil-
lan and Barnes are both powerful
tackles while Clark and Cranmer who
RECEIVE LETTER AWAR
Coach Fisher, of the Reserve foot-
ball squad, has recommended 22 mem-
bers of the squad to receive the "R" in
recognition of the work they did dur-
ing the past season in the gridiron
sport. The following men will be
given their letter for the 1921 sea-
son: Anderson, Kuhleman, Burgess,
Taylor, Selling, Powell, Friedman,
White, Martin, Hathaway, Edwards,
Ellvitt, Bratten, Florer, Tracy, Bre-
mer, Morey, Lawson, Kreese, Bloom-
er, Abindroth,, and Norcop.
Dr. Reuben Peterson, Dr. C. D.
Camp, and Dr. S. M. Cowie, of the
faculty ,and P. M. Moore, Jr., Merle
S. Pierson, J. C McClure, a.nd H. L.
Sigler, members of the senior class
of the Medical school, were initiated
into Alpha Omega Alpha, Internation-
al honorary scholastic senior medical
fraternity, and the initiation banquet
held at 8 o'clock. Tuesday night at the
V. OF F. W. TO GIVE DANCE
AT-BARBOUR GYM TOMORROW
Richard N. Hall University post,
Veterans of Foreign Wars, will give
a dance tomorrow in Barbour gym-
nasium for its members and any who
saw service overseas.
Kennedy's Society orchestra will
furnish a program of modern numbers
interspersed sufficiently with war-
time melodies to bring back memories
of the days of '18.
Tickets are on sale at Wahr's book-
store at $1 a couple.
flank Latham at center form a pair
that has withstood the assults of all
In the backfield Erb pilots the team
at quarter. Toomey and Nichols are
the halfbacks, while Nesbitt is full-
back. This quartet compares favor-
ably with anything on thib side of the
Rockies but will face a mighty line
and vie with a powerful backfield, no
matter what eleven be chosen to meet
California on n. 1.
The Intramural department
wants men to act as referees for
basketball matches. Those wish-
ing to act in this capacity are re-
quested to write the Intramural
department, room 3, Press build-
ing. Men proving satisfactory
will be paid at an hourly rate.
"School for Scandal" shows society
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All popular brands car-
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WRESTLERS PREPARE FOR
BUSY WINTER MONTHS
ARRIVAL OF NEW COACH WILL
BE HELP IN BUILDING
Much interest was shown and a
large crowd attended the meeting for
wrestlers held at the gymnasiuf Tues-
day afternoon. As Coach Thorn will.
not be in regular attendance until the
first of the year more than 20 men
pledged a dollar each to have him here
four times in December to get the
wrestlers started. He will be here
to help these men Dec. 7 and 8 and
also Dec. 14 and 15. With a regular
coach to develop the material Mich-
igan's wrestling teams should become
as feared as her gther teams..
There i8 a wealth of material out
and all are working hard to get into
condition. All of the winners of the
different weights but one of the tourn-
ament held last spring are in school
and will be candidates for the, team.
Haller, '22E, winner of the 160 pound
and over class has been chosen cap-
tain of the team, and Clifford, who won
Enroll now "School for Scandal."-
the 145 pound campus championship,
is the manager. Other winners were
Gillard, 135 pounds, and DeFoe, 125
pounds. Smith, who won in the 158
pound class, has left school, but
Campbell gave him a good battle in
the touraament and looks like thel
best bet at this weight.
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