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THE MTCHIGAN DAILY

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THE WILLIAM FOX WONDER PICTURE

"OVER THE HILL

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7 STRAIGHT WEEKS IN DETROIT
ONE SOLID YEAR IN NEW YORK

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PENN STATE RAKED AT
TOP OF EASTERN TEMS
NEW YORK TIMES RATES LIONS
ABOVE CORNELL, HARVARD,
AND NAVY
Penn State is ranked as the best
team in the East by the New York
Times. Cornell, which is placed sec-
ond, scored more points than Bedzek's
men but the Ithacans had a compara-
tively simple schedule and were never
seriously tested. Cornell was never
in danger of defeat and can hardly
-laim equality with a team that risked
its chances for the title at least threel
times.
Cornell Second
- Cornell is placed second because it
showed overwhelming power against
its rivals, notably Pennsylvania,
Dartmouth and Columbia. Dobie's
team defeated nearly every one of its
opponents by larger scores than did
any other team. It excelled Lafayette
and Pitt against Pennsylvania, Syra-
cuce and Georgia against Dartmouth,
and Princeton and Pitt against Col-
gate. The big Red team had a bet-
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ter attack than either Harvard or the
Navy and as strong a defense as Har-
vard.
Harvard and the Navy are equal
caimants for third honors. Harvard
tied Penn State, which later defeated
the Midshipmen. On the other hand,
the Navy trounced Princeton, which
later got the verdict over Harvard.
Harvard had the harder schedule, pro-
gressed more evenly through the sea-
son, and was the better of the two at
the end.,
W. andl J. Fifth
Lafayette and Yale are placed on
even terms for fourth place. Wash-
ington and Jefferson is given fifth s
place. The Presidents had quite as
good a record as Lafayette and both,
teams were unbeaten, but in several
games Washington and Jefferson gave
t _e impression of just skidding through
by a narrow margin. The victory
over a fairly strong Syracuse eleven,
for instance, was .not exactly convinc-
ing, while the defeat of the Univer-
sity of Detroit, although anticipated,
was not by a margin expected over
an eleven which had not met any
strong representative teams from eith-
er section of the country.
In rank below the Presidents is
placed Pitt, which lost to Nebraska, W.
and J. and Lafayette, and then rallied
to hold Penn State to a tie on a muddy
field. The Panthers, like Harvard,
were the victims of a badly arranged
schedule.
Princeton is ranked seventh, Army
eighth, Syracuse ninth, while Dart-
mouth and Georgetown are tied for
tenth place. After Dartmouth and
Georgetown the teams are ranked as
follows: Eleventh, Lehigh; 12, Buck-
nell, Muhlenberg, Pennsylvania; 13,
Brown, Carnegie Tech., Colgate, Holy
Cross, New Hampshire State, Rutgers,
and Williams; 14, Fordham, Spring-
field, Swarthmore, West Virginia; 15,
Amherst, Boston College, Columbia, N.
1Y. U., and Wesleyan.
Frank Miller has returned to duty
at the Arcade Barber Shop after a
serious illness over the week-end.-
Adv.
Patronize our Advertisers.-Adv.
Dr. George E. XIlele
OSTEOPATHIC PIIYSICTAN
Office hours daily by appoint- E
ment Telephone 2520
= Jm. 1-2, Over Arcade Theatre
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GOEBEL WILL PILOT
1922 FOOTBALL TEAM~
(Continued from Page One)
During the season just completed
Captain-elect Goebel has been mpre
than ever in the foreground. Playing
on a team of stars, his great work at
stopping end runs, at racing down
under long punts, at handling passes,
and at such less spectarcular but none
the less important feats of kicking
goals from touchdowns, made him a
star.
None of the more than 30,000 per-
sons who witnessed that final game
with Minnesota can forget the last
touchdown, made in the closing min-
utes of piay, when the new Wolver-
ine leadei stole to the goal line after
a brilliant but little observed conceal-
ment along the side of the field and
took a beautiful pass across the last
white mark for the touchdown.
Goebel, in addition to being a won-
derful end, is a brilliant student, hav-
ing a record of all A's and B's in his
studies in the engineering college. His
home is in Grand Rap ias

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INTRAMURAL REFEREES
NOTICE
The list of referees for to-
night's interfraternity basket-
ball games are: At 6:15 o'clock,
on court 1, Noack; on court 2,
Murphy, on court 3; Drolevell,
on court 4, Beach. At 7 o'clock,
on court 1, Stewart; on court 2,
Jerome; on court 3, Seeley; on
court 4, Dlek. For 9 o'clock, on
court 1, Shea; on court 2, Ray-
man; on court 3, De Long.
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.
Buy your class toques from Daily
advertisers.-Adv.
Try a Daily Want Ad. It pays.-Adv.

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