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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

oss Country Squad Loses Veterans
Fut Retains Powerful Team Nucleus,

Although Coach Steve Farrell loses
four of the six men who ran in the
Conference run last Saturday, the
prospects for a splendid bunch of har-
riers next fall appear to be unusually
bright. Captain Penberthy, Chute,
Whittemore. and Standish have run
their last grind for the Maize and Blue,
leaving only Bowen and Arndt as a
nucleus for the distance team next
year. But freshman runners and some
of the reserves will be back to run
over the five nle course.
Team Does Well
While the Wolverine hill and dale
men did not win the Conference title,
and were defeated by Illinois and
Purdue in meets, nevertheless the men
who ran this fall did some good work.
The first meet, with Purdue, went to
the Boilermakers as did the one to
Illinois. But against the veteran Ag-
gie team the Michigan aggregation
was returned victorious. In the Big
Ten run Steve's men placed fifth.
Chute developed into a wonderful
distance man this year. He was but a
few seconds behind Purdue in the
Boilermaker meet, and also finished
second against Illinois, trailing the
leader by five seconds. The Michigan
state meet he won by a good margin
although running against an Aggie
team composed of six veterans, all
who ran last year and copped the
state title. In the Conference grind
he placed seventh, thereby Vinning an
"M." Eddie Carroll is the only other
harrier to win a letter in the dist-
ance runs, and he secured his against
Eastern schools.
Lose Stars This Year
Captain Penberthy, Standish, and
Whittemore also had a ┬░good year.
They were unusually well up in the
scoring in all the runs. These three
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will be missed next year. The other'
members of the team, Arndt and Bow-
en will and should prove to be splen-
did aids to Steve. Arndt, after a poor
start due to injuries, showed up well
in the middle of the season, and was
placed on the first team by Coach Far-
rell just previous to the meet with
the Farmers. In that run he was the
second to finish of the Michigan men.
He was also the second Wolverine to
complete the course at Bloomington.
Bowen is a steady runner, and with
two years of cross country running be-
hind him should prove to be a win-
ner next fall.
Marston, who ran against the Pur-
due and Illinois teams, but who was
bothered by a lame leg during the lat-
ter part of the season, will be back
next fall. Realck, McCullough, and
Smith, of the reserves, all have anoth-
er year in which to run for the Maize
and Blue. And promising material
should be gained from the yearling
team.
Isbell, who won every tryout as well
as the annual freshman run, will be on
hand. Then too, Reinke should makc
a fine distance man. He usually gave
Isbell a good race, Nicholson, Am
tutz, Zinn, Goldsmith and Speddinr
are other yearling who should be of
value to Steve.
Two men who were ineligible this
fall, but who will be out next year, are
Vande Visse and Davis. Both these
men are fast and both are capable o1
giving any man in the Conference c.
good run. Davis will no doubt take
the place of Chute. He is a born run-
ner, and can step over the five mile
course in record time. He holds the
record for the freshman three mile
course. Vande Visse has not done any
Varsity running here, but has been
out every night keeping in condition.
It looks as though the Michigan cross
country team for 1922 would be a
Winner.
THANKSGIVING SEES BIG
GAMES ON EAST COAST

thrashing at the hands of the Ken- RELIGIOUS MEET
tuckians. iRELSTARS M
The only game worthy of noticeSTARTS MONDAY
the west is that scheduled between
Notre Dame and M. A. C. Traditions Prof. Charles F. Kent, Woolsey pro-
will play the leading role in this fessor of Biblical literature at Yale
match as in the several eastern con- university, will be one of the princip-
tests, as the South Bend eleven is not
anticipating the least bit of opoi al speakers during the Religious Ed-
opposi ucation assembly which is to be held
tion from the Michigan aggregation. Nov. 28, 29, and 30, in Lane hall.
Professor Kent has been released

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Intramural Items'
Bowling tournaments will commence
next week. The interfraternity meet
will take place first, in order to give
class managers more time to line up
their men. Class managers should be-
gin immediately, however, to prepare
for the tournament.
Physical Exams Being Taken
Students are reporting promptly to
the University Health service for their
physical examinations, according to
a report made yesterday. This is the
first year that students have been per-
mitted to make private appointments
for the examinations and few have
taken advantage of the privilege.
Law students will be examined un-
til November 28, when the Engineers
will be called.
Patronize our Advertisers.-Adv.
STUDENTS LUNCH

from his duties for a time at Yale un-
iversity in order to hold a series of
conferences in universities, colleges,
seminaries, and cities in the middle
West.
The assembly starts at 3 o'clock,
Monday, Nov. 28, and is to continue
until Wednesday, Nov. 30. There will
be morning and afternoon sessions of
the assembly. At these sessions, some
of which will be devotional in nature,
discussions will take place about Bib-
ical interpretations and the modern
needs of the church.
Registration for attendance at the
assembly may be made to H. C. Coff-
man, director, Lane hall.
Patronize Daily Advertisers.-Adv.
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Turkey day battles will not be
fought exclusively at dinner tables,
according to arrangements made by
the many football warriors. Although
King Football has signified his inten-
tion of leaving his realm for a year
or so he has reluctantly lingered in his
parting -- that is, long enough to
dish out a few good exhibitions to-
day.
In celebration of Thanksgiving the
football enthusiast will be greeted
with some battles about which tradi-
tion of many years has been built.
Although not considered big games
in the sense that they will have any
great bearing on the choosing of the
intercollegiate championship team.
these contests should bear all the
landmarks that real fighting tradi-
tion can call forth.
Cornell Plays Penn
The east will be the scene of most
of these contests. Cornell's undefeat-
ed gridiron eleven will travel down
to Philadelphia and amidst all the his-
torical surroundings will do battle
with their old rivals from Pennsyl-
vania in a game which is literally
shrouded with traditions. Penn will
consider her disastrous season as a
partial success if only it is able to
overcome the Ithicans this afternoon.
In all likelihood the Quakers will be
disappointed for the Cornell aggrega-
tion has proved to be powerful in
every respect in maintaing her unde-
feated record.
Another traditional game is that be-
tween Penn State and Pitt. Penn
State, generally regarded as the best
football outfit in the east, is looking
forward to an easy victory this aft-
ernoon, but the Pitt eleven may sur-
prise them with a dash of old time
power and reverse the order of things.
Pitt ,although thrice defeated this
season is noted for staging the unex-
pected and may make a real battle
out. of an otherwise easy fray
Yost to See Game
Washington and Jefferson will fight
against West Virginia this afternoon
in an effort to keep her slate clean.
The W. and J. combination have prov-
ed their metal this season and should
entertain little trouble with the Vir-
ginians. Incidentally, Fielding H.
Yost, Michigan's veteran coach, will
be found cheering for his alma ma-
ter, West Virginia.
Centre College, otherwise known as
"The Praying Colonels", will mix mat-
ters with Georgetown gridders on the
southerners' gridiron. From the Georg-
ian's performahce this season they

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