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THE MICHIGAN DAILY wrseAl1

GIVEN INVITATION
ROSES' TOURNAMENT

BIG TEN RULE MAY KEEP THE
HAWKEYES FROM
ACCEPTING
(Special to The Daily)
Iowa City, Ia., Dec. 4.-Dr. William
Duffield, of Los Angeles, representing
the Tournament of Roses committee,
has left Iowa City following a special
meeting with the board in control of
athletics at the University of Iowa, at
which he extended an unofficial invi-
tation to the Hawkeyes to play Cali-
fornia in the New Year's day football
game at Pasadena.
The Iowa board took no official ac-
tion in regard to the proposed con-
test, but the sentiment of the board
members seemed to be against the
consideration of such a game in view
of the fact that post season battles are
contrary to the rules of the Big Ten
Conference.
It is considered doubtful that Iowa
will so ,much as request permission
from the -Conference to go west for
the game, inasmuch as university of-
cials sense a keen opposition on the
part of the Big Ten in general. This
opposition, however, is not aimed at
Iowa but results from circumstances
surrounding the trip made by Ohio a
year ago.
It is possible that the whole ques-
tion of post season, games will be
settled after the annual meeting of
the Big Ten in Chicago. If this is
the case Iowa is not expected to be
the university to raise the question.
Dr. Duffield, in his telegraphic re-
port to the Tournament of Roses com-
mittee, advised the westerners of the
situation as it exists and suggested
the possibility of a direct request
from the committee to the Big Ten
Conference asking that permission be
given Iowa to play in the New Year's
day game.: Whether such a request
will be made or not is a question.
Chicago Invited to Japan
A. A. Stagg, director of athletics at,
the University of Chicago, has recived
an invitation from Japan to take a
Maroon track and field team to the,
orient next summer to ineet an ag-
gregation composed of the best uni-
versity performers in Japan.
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Intramural Items
The First Ten*
Phi Gamma Delta ........200
Alpha Sigma Phi ........175
Phi Sigma Delta .........175
Sigma Nu................156
Beta Theta Pi ...........155
Theta Chi ................151
Phi Delta Theta .........147
Zeta Psi................144
Kappa Beta Psi ..........131
Delta Tau Delta .........129
*Standings do not include all Speed
Ball contests. Those which are to be
played next week will materially
change the positions of some of the
fraternities.
Basketball games Monday evening
are as follows: At 6:15 o'clock, Me-
dic league: on court 1, Alpha Kappa
Kappa vs. Phi Chi; on court 2, Alpha
Sigma vs. Phi Rho Sigma; on court
3, Phi Alpha Gamma vs. Pi Upsilon
Rho; on court 4, Phi Beta Pi vs. Nu
Sigma Nu. At 7 o'clock, Washtenaw
league: on court 1, Kappa Sigma vs.
Phi Kappa Psi; on court 2, Lambda
Chi Alpha vs. Phi Kappa Sigma; on
court 3, Phi Delta Theta vs. Sigma
Alpha Epsilon; on court 4, Phi Epsi-
lon Pi vs. Theta Chi. At 9:30, Hill
league: on court 1, Alpha Sigma Phil
vs. Kappa Beta Psi; on court 2, Al-
pha Tau Omega vs. Phi Sigma Del-
ta; on court 3, Delta Tau Delta vs.
Phi Gamma Delta; on court 3, Delta
Upsilon vs. Sigma Nu.
Bowling schedules have been re-
arranged slightly to avoid conflicts1
with the basketball games. Monday
night at 8:30 o'clock the following
teams will roll: Kappa Nu, Hermitage,
Theta Xi, and Acacia. On Tuesday at
7 o'clock the schedule is as follows:
Kappa Beta Psi, Phylon, Phi Kappa
Psi, and Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Tues-
day at 9 o'clock: Phi Delta Theta, Del-
tasig, Delta Theta Phi, and Lambda.
Chi Alpha. On Wednesday at 9
o'clock: Chi Phi, Sinfonia, Theta Delta
Chi, and Alpha Chi Rho.
Nexill tn May Coach at Dallas
"Bo" McMillin, quarterback of the
Centre college eleven, will coach the
Dallas university football team next
year, if what is said to be the most
attractive offer ever made to a youth-
ful gridiron star is accepted. *IcMil-
lin has been offered $7,000. He has
not been heard from but the univer-
sity authorities are expecting a fav-
orable reply,

IAL BIG TEN ELEVENS
LOSE STRS THIS YEAR
(Continued from Page Five)
upon whom Illinois is laying its 1922
hopes.
On the line Zuppke will have a host.
of forwrads to pick from, although few
are of the calibre Illinois has had in.
former years. Vogel played a strong
game at tackle while the end positions
C should be well taken care of.
Buckeyes Look Strong
Ohio state will be hit hardest in the
e loss of men from its powerful forward
wall. Myers, Huffman, Trott, Spiers
and Slyker have all sung their swan
song for the Scarlet and Grey.
In the backfield the Wilcemen should
be stronger than this year barring in-
eligibility. Hoge Workman, pilot and
passer in 1920, will be back as also
will his brother Noel who ran the
eleven this year. Stuart, Isabel and
Honaker will return and with a strong
addition from the freshman squad
Coach Wilce should have a powerful
backfield. Taylor, Cott and Weaver
are the men who are lost to the back-
field.
Pixley, captain elect and guard, to-
gether with 'Tee" 'Young, center, are
the only veteran linemen. The Buck-
eyes boast a powerful aggregation of
freshman linemen and may be able to
complete the forward wall which suf-
fered by the loss of veterans.
Minnesota is hit hard by the loss of
Arnold Oss, Teberg and Trig Johnson.
The Gophers have failed to get into
their usual stride for two seasons and
will make- a migh~y effort to comeback.
Ramey New Pilot
Chicago will lose Captain McGuire,
"Death" Halladay, "Fritz" Crisler,
"Bobby" Cole, Hurlbut, Hermes and
Rodmon. Theseamen are among the
best Stagg has and the Midway men-
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tor will be faced with a difficult task in
reconstructing a team to equal the
1921 eleven. Romney, Salt Lake City
star and quarterback will be back as
captain of the 1922 team. Chicago will
meet Princeton on Stagg field next
year.
Michigan loses six of its 22 letter
men but among the outgoing players
are Capt. "Duke" Dunne, Ernie Vick,
stars of thehighest order and selec-
tions on the All-Conference team, Ush-
er, Wilson, Steketee and Dean. Coach

Yost will have a host of backfield men
returning and barring scholastic dif-
ficulty should develop a quartette to
advance the ball who will be hard to
beat. Coach Yost's difficulties will be
to develop linemen although the ends
and two tackles remain intact. Ma-
terial on the freshman squad was par-
ticularly promising.

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