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THE MICHIGAN DAR

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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.
Bicycle races were held between the
freshman and sophomore classes in
1897.

BIGS TEN ELEVENS LOSE MANY -CHID
STARS THIS* YEAR; ID'IA HIT HARD1
Wisconsin, Ohio State, and Illinois a quota of stars from its eleven which
All Have Promising Outlook would gladden the hearts and

For 1922
MICHIGAN WILL LOSE BUT
SIX OF ITS 22 "M" MEN
When the Conference football season
closed on Nov. 19 every member lost

KODAK FINISHING
Flashlights and
Outside Groups
EASTI*AN KODAKS AND FILMS
719 N. UNIVERSITY

strengthen the hopes of any coach.
Some of the men who passed from
the middle Western gridiron are among
the most brilliant who have competed
in any season since the foundation of
the Conference. Iowa, 1921 champion,
is probably the heaviest loser of any
Big Ten member. The Hawkeyes lose'
Capt. Aubrey Devine, Glen Devine,
Belding and Slater, a quartette which
was largely instrumental in winning
the title for Iowa and which for three
years have made the Hawkeyes a
formidable foe. Devine is one of the,
greatest quarterbacks the Conference
has produced in the last decade and
ranks among leaders for all times.
He is a punter, field goal kicker, good
ball-carrier and handled his team with
skill.
"Duke" Slater, the big tackle, finish-
ed four years of competition. He was
responsible for many of the gains the
Iowa backs were able to make through
the line because of his ability to open
up huge holes in the opposing for-
ward wall. Belding is an experienced
end while Glen Devine is a consist-
ent plunger although outshown by his
brother.

Zuppke is optimistic over the out-
look for next season and although the
little mentor may have a task in re-
constructing his line he is enthusiastic
over the backfield material Illinois
will have for 1922. Don Peden, cap-
tain elect, is one of the fastest backs
in the Big Ten but was prevented from
showing to an advantage this year
because of injuries which hampered
his speed all season. Joe Sternamen,
brother of the famous "Dutch" Stern-
amen, is expected to pilot the Indians
next season. Although he weighs but
134 pounds he displayed excellent gen-
eralship against Ohio and his 70 yard
sprint through the Buckeye team was
one of the features of the day. It has
always been one of Zuppke's customs
to have a small man in the backfield
and with the graduation of Waquist,
Sternamen is a worthy successor.
Woodward, and Majors are other men
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Wisconsin Loses Six
Wisconsin will lose six regulars who
have completed their three years of
Conference competition. Capt. Guy
Sundt, fullback; Brader, tackle;
Bunge, center; Elliott, halfback;
Gould, end and halfback; and Woods,
halfback, are the men who will be
missing, when Richards organizes his
team next year. The Badger line will
be hit hardest. All of the men lost
are stars of prominence, and Richards
will be faced with a difficult problem
when he reconstructs his line for 1922.
In the backfield Sundt and Elliott
were men who made the Badgers one
of the most feared aggregations in
he West. Sundt, a kicker and line
plunger, finished four years of compet-
ition in Big Ten circles while Elliott
-ayed with Sundt for three years.
Gould is a halfback and end whosr
versatility adapted him to either posi-
ion.
Coach Richards will meet these loss-
-s with the yearlings and men whc
were ineligible to play this year. Wil
iams will be back to fill a place in tb
backfield while Barr, ineligible this
year because of scholastic difficulties,
will be back to fill the quarterback
position.- His piloting, ability has been
tested in former seasons while he has
few superiors in the passing game. If
Barr plays quarterback, Gibson, soph-
omore quarter of this year, will be{
able to take a place at halfback along
with Williams. At end Richards will
have Tebell, regular of this year, and
a host of freshmen and substitutes of
this year to pick from. Hehfeld and
Christensen will be back at their guard
positions next year.
Zuppke Will Lose Ten
Coach Bob Zuppke will lose 10 Il-
linois football players through grad-
uation. Captain Walquist, "Chuck"
Carney, Jack Crangle, Mohr, and Olan-
der are the veterans who will leave the
Illinois team while Reichle, Kaiser,
Sabo, Tabor and Essingler will also
be among the missing.

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package of sweets" advis-
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What kind of candy do
you like? Chocolate
creamra? Chocolates with
nut or fruit centers?
Marshmallows-fruit paste
or what? We have what
you want in pure whole-
some candy and we'll pack
a box to suit you. This
shop succeeds in pleasing
folks.

An ideal gift and one that
will be appreciated
Prices from
$1.50 TO $8.00

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who have learned to save and accumulate. The
early acquisition of the thrift habit will give you
a running start in life.
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FOR SALE-A full line of better Furs
at lower prices, at Zwerdling's Fur
Shop, 21? E. Liberty. Established
1904. Furs alsobremodeled and re-
paired. 59-2
FOR SALE-Receiving set, regenera-
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battery and phones. Phone 274-J.
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Phone 2172-M. 59-2
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CLASS MANAGERS, NOTICE
All class athletic managers
should report to the Intramural
office at once for instructions re-
garding the interclass basketball
and bowling schedules.

Men's'

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PHONE 112

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