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REFEREES WANTED
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.
For the ways of society see "School
for Scandal."-Adv.
Try a Daily Want Ad. It pays.-Adv.

BUSINESS TRYOUTS
Tryouts for the business staff
bf The Michigan Daily may ap-
ply between 2 and 4 o'clock aft-
ernoons during the week. Men
interested in advertising writing
can also be used. First semester
students are not eligible.
In 1891 Oberlin college "received
with regret" the news that Michigan
had defeated Cornell in baseball, 8
to 6.

PENN STATE AND PITT BATTLE TO
-IE, CORNELL TRAMPLES ON PENN

Pomp And Ceremony Will Mfark
Army - Navy Game for Supremacy

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1921 Football Season Fast Drawing
to Close After Year Featured
By Numerous Upsets
NOTRE DAME, W. & J., CENTER
ARE VICTORS ON THURSDAY
Over the football stage, the final
curtain is gradually lowering. Only a
few more gridiron battles remain on
the card. It has been a season re-
diarkable for the spectacular teams it
has produced, for the upsets in the so
called dope which have resulted, and
for the rapid rise to supremacy of the
open game. Thursday, Thanksgiving1
Day,,offered to turkey-filled spectators
who jammed the seating and standing
capacities of gridirons from East to
West, several contests which throw a
final, but powerful, light on the power
of several elevens.
Ithacans Swamp Penn
In the East the Big Red team of
Cornell invaded the home of the Uni-
versity of Pennsylvania and, in a game
that was more of a swimming meet,
trounced the Red and Blue soundly,
winning 4 to 0 and keeping a clean
slate for its season. The Cornellians
did fancy dives over the vaunted
Pennsy line, spalshed their way down
the field in long free style and back
stroke dashes, and water poloed th
ball for yards and yards on sp6ctacu-
lar forward pass attacks.
On another muddy field, Penn State
and Pittsburgh battled to scoreless tie,
Pittsburgh having the edge, but being
unable to wade across the final State
marker. Penn State's undefeated elev-
en was, therefore, held to a tie for the
second time this season, Harvard hav-
ing counted 21 points against an equal
number by the Nittany Lions earlier in
the fall.
Have you sent in your scenario for
the University movie yet?
For the ways of society see "School
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Notre Dame crushed the Michigan1
Aggies underfoot, 48 to 0. The Farm-
ers offered no resistance to the great
attack of the Catholic eleven, an attackj
which featured a passing and run- I
ning combination which was unbeat-
able.
W. & J. Bests West W. Virginia
Washington and Jefferson kept her
slate clear for the season by beating
West Virginia, 13 to 0. W. and J.
will oppose the University of Detroit
on Navin field on Dec. 3.
In the South, the wonder eleven of
Center college trampled on Tulane's
hopes, rolling up 21 points and holding
the New Orleans team scoreless.
As a sidelight on the Pacifiic coast
season, Washington State college won
from the University of Washington in
a great game by a 14 to 0 count. This
game has no bearing on the' final
choice of the champion of the far
West, California having downed both
teams by overwhelming scores.
Other games of minor interest were
Detroit's defeat of Vermont, 21 to 0,
Colgate's 21 to 14 victory over Colum-
bia, and Georgia Tech's win from Au-
burn, 14 to 0.
MATHER PREPARES,
FOR OPENING TILT
Rea and Whitlock Are Only Regulars
in Shape for First Game, Which
Is But Two Weeks Off
SEVERAL FOOTBALL MEN OUT
FOR VARSITY COURT SQUAD

That the 1921 football season is
about at an end is clearly evidenced
by the fact that only two noteworthy
games are scheduled for this after-
noon. The powerful Navy eleven will
fight with the Army for supremacy,
while Dartmouth's wyriors travel
down to Atlanta to engage in battle
with Georgia.
Navy Has Edge
The Polo grounds of New York city
will be the scene of the most festive
football- game of the season. Spec-
tacular in the sense that a martial at-
mosphere will be preeminent, the
Army and Navy game .will be a con-
test which is veritably bound up in
traditions. Nothing could possibly
form a grander spectacle on a foot-
ball field than to see the Cadets from
West Point and the Middies from An-
napolis swing into their pompous
march before the game following
which they fall behind their respective

colors in the stands en masse,'to cheer
for their comrades. A for the game
proper the Navy has the edge. The
Middies have been defeated but once
this year, Penn State turnini the
trick, and have proved to be a grid-
iron machine whose power demands
respect. The Army, on the other
hand, besides having tasted defeat on
two occasions, has not encountered as
difficult opposition as has the Navy
and consequently will be the worse off
for the lack of hard play. What the
game may lack from the standpoint
of good football, and the contest is ex-
pected to be well played, will be more
than offset by the feature of pompous
settings and of the wonderful display
of spirit that each year characterizes
this traditional battle.
Intersectional Battle at Atlanta
The other game this afternoon
Tworthy of note is that scheduled be-
tween Dartmouth and Georgia. Were
f it not for the fact that this contest
assumes an intersectional aspect it
would not be regarded as the least
important. Dartmouth's poor showing
.this year has proved a bitter disap-
pointment, while Georgia's eleven is
not Herculean in power. Georgia
i should be given a slight advantage due
to the fact that it will be playing -on
its home grounds at Atlanta. To
make a prediction as to the probable
winner, however, would undoubtedly
prove rathter riske, for no season of
recent date has furnished quite the
surprising number of hectic upsets as
has the present one.
Have you sent in your scenario for
the University movie yet?
For the ways of society see "School
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Three games in the Union straight
rail billiard tournament have been
played with the result that Harry
Byrne will probably cop the prize this
year. In the first game, he beat Moel-
ler 120 to 89, and yesterday repeated
by beating Foster,'120 to 83. One oth-
er game has been played in which Par-
cendes won from Kotts by a score of
110 to 37. There are five men enter-
ed and each man plays each other
man making ten games to be played.
The tournament will last until Christ-
mas vacation.
Gordon Whitbeck, '22, chairman of
the Union billiard committee is in
charge of the tournament and he has
ordered a cup to be presented to the

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With the opening game only two
weeks distant, Coach Mather is trying
hard to round his men into form
which will enable him to put a well
balanced five on the floor against
Western State Normal. The squad,
which now numbers less than 30; is
practicing five nights a week and is
showing quite a bit of ability.
The coach is somewhat handicapped
by the absence of Miller, last year's
star forward, who at present is in the
hospital recovering from an opera-
tion. Only Captain Rea and Whitlock
remain from the 1920 five., Miller is
improving rapidly, -however, and
should be back on the squad by the
end of next month.
Cappon and Roby have reported to
Mather and are now practicing with
the team, as is Harry Kipke. They
are likely looking men who have-been
drafted from the football squad.
Three games will be played by the
basketball team during the Christmas
vacation. Colgate will be the attrac-
tion on Dec. 29, while Carnegie Tech
of Pittsburgh will play here on Dec.
30 and 31. The Conference schedule
calls for 12 games, of which 7 will be
played here and the others on the
road. Two games are scheduled with
Ohio State, Illinois, Wisconsin, Indi-
ana, and Iowa, while single games
will be played with Chicago and
Northwestern. Purdue does not ap-
pear on the Wolverine card.
Following is the "at'home" sched-
ule.
At Home
Dec. 10.......Western State Normal
Dec. 29....................Colgate
Dec..30...............Carnegie Tech
Dec. 31.............Carnegie Tech
Jan. 6......... ..........M. A. C.
Jan. 9 .. ...............Ohio State
Jan. 10 ...................Chicago,
Feb. 18 ...................Wisconsin
Feb. 20 ......................Indiana
Feb. 25...................Illinois
Mar. 4 ...................... Iowa
Mar. 6..............Northwestern
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stands 12 inches high.
The present standing is:
Won
Byrne .................2
Parcendes...........1
Foster ................0
Moeller ..............0
Kotts ...... ..........0

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