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"WONDERl TEAM" OF CALIFORINIA MAY
BATTLE WITH, IOWA OR W. AND J.,

lawkeyes Tentatively
Champion East in
Annual Tilt

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PRESIDENTS NAMED TO PLAY
IF BIG TEN DENIES CONSENT
With the conclusion of the football
season, the football world is turning
to the annual New Year intersectional
game at Pasadena between the East
and West. The western representative
is the University of California, on the
face of the season's performance, but
the eastern choice is a matter of con-
jecture.
Four undefeated teams stand out in
the East, Penn State, Cornell, Wash-
ington and Jefferson, and Lafayette. In
the Middle West, Iowa - is, without
doubt, the greatest machine.
Penn State Strong
Penn State, a formidable opponent
for -any eleven, met the University of
Washington at Seattle Dec. 3, and won
only by the score of 21 to 7. This
game was itself injurious to eastern
football as Washington could scarce-
ly be considered an opponent worthy
of any second rate Pacific coast col-j
lege team.
California's wonder team trounced
the Washington eleven by a 72 to 3
score using practically three teams.
The varsity played in the first quarter,
while the substitutes finished the game
by running up 35 points against the

Sun Dodgers in the last two quarters.
Cannot Equal Bears
Penn State, champions of the East,
met the weakest team on the Pacific
coast and managed only to win by a 21
to 7 score, while California, with its
substitutes playing most of the game,
defeated Penn State's opponent 72 to
3. Such men as the great "Kill 'em"
Killinger, Redinger, Wilson, and Mc-
Cull-um could not begin to perform
against a team that the Golden Bears
subs decisively defeated.
"Brick" Muller, of California did not
take part in the contest against the
Washington team. Early this season
Muller broke his leg and has been out
of the game most of the season. But
when California met the University of
Southern California, "Andy" Smith
sent Muller in long enough to hurl a
few forward passes. Muller - threw
from behind the goal line, protected
by a pair of husky team mates be-
cause it wouldn't coo to let him get
bumped over, with his leg just out of
a cast.
Muller Greatest End
Muller heaved a 60 yard diagonal
pass that connected properly for a 40
yard gain. Again the teams lined up
and with another "Muller pass", one
of the most feared attacks of Pacific
coast football, the play shifted and
California scored a touchdown through
the line. Coach Wilce says Muller is

the greatest end the game has ever
known.
W. and J. Accepts
Among the teams invited to oppose
California are Cornell, Yale, Penn
State, Iowa, and Washington and Jef-
ferson. The last team mentioned wir-
ed acceptance of the offer to Califor-
nia Saturday, Dec. 3.
Washington and Jefferson, one of
the eastern leaders, faces a big task if
she meets the California wonder team
on New Year's day. If the Presidents
win this ghme they will have a good
claim to the college championship of
the United States. If California wins,
then the Golden Bear once more will
growl its superiority over all other
colleeg teams, and be claimed the
champions of the college football
world.
(Editor's Note: The above article
was received as a communication
Monday. W. and J. has not been deti-
nitely selected to opose California, as
Iowa is the first choice of the Tour-
nament of Roses committee. The Pres-
idents have accepted a tentative invi-
tation, but the Hawkeyes are yet to
be heard from. The Daily Californian
of Nov. 29 carries a story to the effect
that Iowa will meet the Bruins if Big,
Ten authorities will grant the neces-
sary permission.)

Basketball games for Tuesday eve-
ning are as follows: At 6:15 o'clock,
court 1, Alpha Chi Rho vs. Kappa Nu;
court 2, Chi Phi vs. Psi Upsilon; court
3, Phi Sigma Kappa vs. Sigma Chi;
court 4, Delta Sigma Phi vs. Zeta Psi.
At 7 o'clock, court 1, Acacia vs. Delta
Chi; court 2, Alpha Delta Phi vs. Delta
Kappa Epsilon; court 3, Beta Xeta Pi
vs. Theta Delta Chi; court 4, Chi Psi'
vs. Zeta Beta Tau. At 9:30 o'clock,
court 1, Beta Phi Delta vs. Theta Xi;
court 2, Sinfonia vs. Alpha Rho Chi;
court 3, Phi Delta Chi vs. Sigma Phi
Epsilon; court 4, Hermitage vs. Sigma
Phi.
DEBATING SOCIETY TO ARGUE
MICHIGAN COACHIlG PROBLEM
Adelphi House of Representatives
will hold a debate at 7:30 o'clock to-
night in the Adelphi rooms in Univer-
sity hall. The affirmative and negative
teams will be composed of three mem-
bers each, and the proposition to be
debated is "Resolved, That Criticism
of the Michigan Coaching System is
Just." Tryouts for membership will1
be held previous to the debate.

Intramural Items 17

We are abundantly supplied to satisfy your
wants in Candies for Christmas. Our line
'of BEAUTIFUL GIFT BOXES is un-
surpassed anywhere. Make selections now.
We wrap and mail it for you.

HEADQUARTERS FOR
Christmas Candie

Betsy
Ross
Shlop

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Your Suit Ordered

GRADUATE CLJB TO
MEET WEDNESDAY
Graduate students are invited to a
meeting of the Graduate -club, to be
held in Barbour gymnasium at 7:30
o'clock tomorrow night. This occa-
sion will afford an opportunity for
all post-graduates in the various de-
partments to become acquainted with
each other. Robert Kneebone, Grad.,
is in charge of the arrangements and
has prepared a program of varities for
the evening's entertainment.
Preceding the social events, a short
business meeting will be held for the
purpose of elocting a representative of
the Graduate school to the Student
council. Plans will also be discussedl
for a graduate dance to be held im-
mediately after the Christmas holi-
days.
REFEREES WANTED
The Intramural department
wants men to act as referees for
basketball matches. Thosewih
ws ingto"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.
Buy your class toques from Daily
advertisers.-Adv.
Patronize our Advertisers.-Adv.

Buy your class toques from
advertisers.-Adv.

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Whether you play foot ball,
basket ball, or indulge in
any athletic sport, Spalding
implements will give, most
satisfaction.
Send for catalogue

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Fox Trot Contest First Tuesday -
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Latest creations in Men's Footwear leans toward
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LOST
LOST-A copy of Sommerfeld's Atom-
ban, three pamphlets and papers
were taken from the counter of Larn-
ed's Hardware Store on Monday
morning. Please return immediate-
ly to W. Colby, Physics Laboratory.
61.
LOST-In Barbour Gymnasium, leath-
er notebook bearing name of Eliza-
beth Pike. Finder please call 2676. 61
LOST-Gold Bar pin with pearls and
blue stone in center. Return to D.
S., 417 S. Division. 61
LOST-Fraternity pin. Phi Beta Del-
ta. Return to I. E. Fink, 915 E.
Ann St. 61
LOST-Gold fyne point pencil. Initials
M. B. W. Finder call 1225-J- " 3
LOST-Delta Delta Delta pin. Reward.
Call 1287. 60-3
FOR SALE
FOR SALE-Receiving set, regenera-
tive, short and long waves, 13torage
battery and phones. Phone 274-J.
60-2
FOR SALE - First class full-dress
suit. Inquire at 'A. Gansle, Tailor.
113 S. Main St. -61-2
FOR SALE-Conn E-Flat Alto Saxa-
phone. Phone 1066-J. 61-2
FOUND.
FOUND-Camera. Film has been de-
veloped; pictures on display at Ar-
cade Barber Shop. Owner may have
same by identifying and paying. for
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WANTED
WANTED- Bundle washings. Good
work guaranteed. Silks and wool-
ens washed carefully. All hand
work. Draper Home Laundry.
Phone 2806-M. 632 S. Ashley St. 61-3
WANTED-One or two good salesmen
to work spare time in city. Prefer-
ably one with experience at selling
clothes._Phone_550-J. 60-3
WANTED- Second hand C-Melody
Saxaphone. Carl Fischer make pre-
ferred. Call 2308-M. T. Kurtz, 547
Elm St. 61-2,
WANTED-Board job wanted by en-
ergetic student. Arnold Greene, 120
N. Ingalls St. 2854-M. 61
WANTED-Young lady to share a very
pleasant, large room. Terms mod-
erate. Phone 1449-R. 61
FOR RENT
FOR RENT-Furnished house, can be'
used for one of two families. Five
rooms, laundry and bath below, four
rooms and bath above. Shown by
appointment. Phone1453-R. H.
E. King, 203 N. State St. 59-31
FOR RENT-Three office rooms suit-
able for doctor, attorney, dentist, or
general purposes. Fine location
over Arcade Theater. Call 296-M.
61-2
FOR RENT-Large front room, mod-
ern conveniences, suitable for one
or two persons. Board if desired.
Phone 481-R. 61-21
FOR RENT-One suite and large front
room, 425 Church. Phone 2822-W.
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Silent Night, Holy Night-(Gruber)
Marguerite D'Alvarez, Contralto
Adeste Fideles (0 Come All YeFaithful)-Portugal)
Colin O'More, Tenor and.Shannon Four
Christmas Carols (it Came Upon a Midnight Clear;
There Came Three Kings)-(Arr. by R. H. Bowers)
The Cathedral Quartet
The Children's Christmas. Part I. Christmas Eve. A
Dream of Santa Claus.
Part 11. Christmas Morning. The Awakening
(Arr. by R. H. Bowers) Aeolan Concert Band
It's You-Fox-Trot-(Davis-Conrad)
Hugs and Kisses-Fox-Trot-Freed-Meyer)
Newport Society Orchestra
Old Time Waltzes, Part 1. On the Bowery, Annie Roon.
ey, When You Were Sixteen, After the Ball is Over.
Part 2. A Bicycle Built for Two, Sweet Rosie 0'.
Grady, In the Good Old Summer Time, East Side,
West Side (Arr. by Selvin) Selvin's Dance Orchestra
Bimini Bay-Fox-Trott-(Kahn-Egan-Whiting)
I've Got the Joys-Fox-Trot-(Akst
Bennie Krueger's Dance Orchestra
Mississippi Cradle-Waltz-(Yellen-Olman)
Selvin's Dance Orchestra
Song of Love-Waltz from "Blossom Time"-(Schu-
bert-Berte-Romberg) Al Jockers' Dance Orchestra

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Charles Hart and Elliott.Sh
Plantation Lullaby-(Stevens-Gllette-Holmer) ,
Shannon Po
Tosca-Racondita Armonia (Strange Harmony)-
(Puccini) Giulio Crimi, Ten
Will You Remember-from. Maytime-(Young-
Romberg) John Charles Thomas, Barito

Dapper Dan-(Brown-Von Tilzer) Irving xKai
Ten Little Fingers and Ten Little Toes-(Pease-
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Sara Kouns, Sopra
Mavis-(Lefevre-ACraxton)
Kashmiri Song-(Hope-Woodford-Finden)
Colin O'More, Ten
Last Rose of Summer-(Moore) May Peterson, Sopra
Hungarian Dance No. 5--(Brahms)
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How Many Times-Fox-Trot-(Robinson-Tark)
Al Jocker's Dance Orchestra
Me and Grant
Lightnin' Bill Jones' Escape from the Indians
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