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Yost To Arrange Football Sche~dule
At Heeting Of Big Ten Heads

"There will be no Eastern game on
our schedule for next year," Coach
Yost said yesterday. "We have four
of the hardestegames in the country
on our schedule now and we can't
stand another big game as long as
Ohio State, Illinois, Wisconsin, and
Minnesota play Michigan. Another
reason is that we could not get an
Eastern game now. There are no big

Eastern schools who could fit in our
schedule at present. It is physically
impossible for a Michigan team to
keep in condition and play more than
four hard games. We have four out
of five of the best teams in the Con-
ference now.

In the lineup. He said that Michigan
supporters have a chance to see the
Wolverines in action with the best
teams in the country under the present
schedule. w
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Coach Yost said further, that Chica- in the history of nandblatLtheuni-
go is the only big team Michigan does versity of Michigan have been received
not meet and that we are temporarily this year. The singles' tournament
off of their schedule while they have entries closed last night, and the draw-
a two game contract with Princeton. ing was held. The results of the draw-
He announced, also, that although ing are given below.
Iowa had a champion team this year Several old men are back in the
that on the average the teams Michigan gane this year, among them Blicher,
meets are the ranking ones in the 1gmtsngesrhamon being conspic-
1921 singles champion, bigcnpc
Conference. He said Michigan had an uous. Sanchez and Ogdon, last year's
invitation from Vanderbilt to come to doubles champions, are also entered
Nashville next year to play the open- this year in the singles, and are ex-
ing game in their new stadium but at pected to give a good account of them-
present nothing has been decided upon selves. C. E. Gehring, another old man,
the offer, and that he would not be is in ch:rge of the tournament. Men
able to reach a decision until after the will find the rules for the singles event
meeting of Big Ten football coaches posted on the back of the door leading
in Chicago Friday and Saturday, as to the handball courts.
the schedules for nextt year will be The pairing for the first round is as
made out at that time. follows: A. E. Woods, 2741-R, vs. W.
Michigan is certain to meet the same H. Husband, 2106-M; James Brucher,
teams that it did this year. Ohio and 1330-M, vs. Berman, 1288-J; F. San-
Minnesota will be played at Columbus chez, 713-J, vs. E. R. Goldman, 1597-R;
and Minneapolis respectively, while Il- C. E. Gehring, 508-J, vs. Blouner,
linois and Wisconsin will appear on 751-W; C. W. Greene, 508-J, vs. W. J.
Ferry field. The Case game will be Schwartz, 240-M;" L. J. Case, 2680-M,
retained as an opener while Mt. Union vs. W. D. Ogdon, 1399; J. Smith, 13171
has been definitely dropped from the -R, vs. W. E. Gehring, 1317-R; I. W.
schedule. The Michigan Aggie con- Guenther, 1832-3, vs. I. Rosenman,
test will be retained as it has in the 88-M; S. Kripke, 833-R, vs. J. J.
past. The Aggies are a strong team Schmaltz, 1579-W; A. H. Wagner, 407
and are as good as some of the minor South Main street, vs. L. B. Curran,
Conference ele'ens while the tradition- 1016; Jack Morse, 396, vs. L. C. Smith,
al rivalry between the two schools jus- 2738; J. M. Bowers, 397, vs. H. D. Scar-
tifies this game according to the coach. nechia, 1935; B. Segall, 751-W, vs. B.
Only twb dates are certain on the K. Swartz, 1202-J; W. F. Moore, 2217-3,
Wolverine schedule.. Michigan will vs. L. A. Harris, 843-M. L. V. Hell-
open the season with Case and close brunn drew a bye to the third round.

First Court Battle of Season Closed
to Public; Albion Also
Scheduled
LOSS OF VETERANS SEVERE
BLOW TO TITLE PROSPECTS;
Varsity basketball candidates are
putting in some goad licks this week l
in preparation for the game against
Western State Normal on the 10th of;
this month. With the aggregation cut
to its present size of 25 Coach Mather
has been able to get more work out
of his men and the' squad is begin-
ning to look more like a real bunch
of Conference calibre.
In order to give the Wolverines out-
side scrimmage Ypsilanti Normal
school will send its team here on Mon-
day night for a practice game. This
game will be for the benefit of the
team only and will not be open to the
public. Mather wants to get a line
on what his men can do in action and
is taking this chance to become fa-
miliar with their playing. The ol-
lowing week will see another prac-
tice game against Albion.

those who are still keeping under the
eye of the coach are several football
men including Cappon, Roby, Kipke,
Uteritz and Swan.
Three men, Miller, Reason and
Whitlock, are showing up well for the
forward positions and the opening
game is sure to see these places held
by two of these men. Other forwards
on the squad are Rice, Roth, Uteritz,
McGregor, Pearman, Gregory, and
Pasco.
For the center position there are
only two aspirants, Ely and McWood,
Both men are from the 1924 fresh-
man team and are showing well. It
is almost a toss-up which of these
men will get the call.
Captain Rae is at his old place at
running guard and at the pace he is
travelling it will take an exceptional-
ly good man to wrest the position from
him. Other men playing this posi-
tion are Paper, White, Hoyt, i,.pman,
and Kipke.
Quite a battle is on for the run-
ning mate to Rae between Cappon,
Burke and Peare with the odds possi-
bly favoring i ppyr. Several other men
are helping keep the pontest onig and

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the squad at present although-the loss
of Dunne, Karpus, LeGalley, and Wil- Gregor and Swan.

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with Minnesota. Coach Yost hopes to
schedule either Wisconsin or Illinois
for the Saturday preceding the Gopher
game in order that Homecoming will
be late in the season. The Varsity
mentor is not certain yet whether or
not the Wolverines will play four or
five Conference games next year. If
another Big Ten team is taken on it
will be one of the lesser elevens.
Coach Yost pointed out that the
Eastern elevens seldom played as
many as four important games while
Yale, Princeton, and Harvard have in
the past played but two games that
count in" the season's recordrof suc-
cess or failure. In the other games
they play with a flock of substitutes

REFERRES WANTED

Senior medics adopted the honor sys-
tem in 1910. The juniors followed one
year later.
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Ladies!

Christmas Ties for the Best Man
in the World.
There are rich, durable Grenadines,
Irish Poplins
Tie Boxes Gratis

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.

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Hams is a blow to title hopes. Among
Intramural Items A Reliable jeweler
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Results in the qualifying round 113 South Main
matches of the interfraternity bowling
tournament' held Tuesday night are .
as follows: Sigma Nu, 1971; Phi Chi, .akn lthrDu o n h uhn
1795; Beta Phi Delta, 1872; Trigon, Dpuj Co. invite the inspection of
2108; Delta Tau Delta, 1866; Phi Gam-
ma Delta, 1935; Phi Sigma Delta,
1847; Sigma Phi Epslion, 1852.
The following teams will roll to TREB$6
night, at 7 o'clock: Delta Chi, Zeta LON4ON 1
Psi, and Beta Theta P1; at 9 o'clock: PIPES
Phi Kappa Sigma, Psi Upsilon, Delta
Kappa Epsilon, Alpha Kappa Kappa.
Phylon was originally slated to bowl Ivory
tonight, but owing to a conflict with . stopper
the basketball schedule will not roll - the stem
until next week. ito"ure
The schedule for basketball prac-
tice tonight is as follows: at 6:30 Agents far the United States and Canada
o'clock: on court 1, Theta Chi; on GROSVENORNICHOLAS &CO.,Inc.
court 2, Theta Delta Chi and Monon; 1 East 48th Street New York City
on court 3, Theta Xi and Phylon; on
court 4, Pi Upsilon Rhorand Chi Phi;
w osat 9:30 o'clock: on court 1, Zeta Beta
Tau and Zeta Psi; on court 2, Cacique *
and Cygnus; on court 3, Sigma Nu; 1&a
on court 4, Deltasig,
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