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OHIO TO BOAST STRING
1922GRIDIRON SQUAD
LINE WEAK WITHOUT .VETERANS
BUT BACKFIELDI TO BE
POWERFUL
(By Associated Press)
Columbus, 0., Dec. 7. - Football,
prospects for 1922 at Ohio State uni-
versity are unusually bright.'
Coach Wilce believes he will have
a strong, veteran backfield, but be-
cause of graduations will have to re-
build his 1921 line, which was regard-
ed as one of the speediest and most
proficient in the country. ┬░
As an offset to this handicap, how-
ever, Wilce will be able to select prac-
tically an entire new line from the
most promising freshman squad in
years. The Buckeye fresh team this
fall has been of almost championship
caliber, and Dn several occasions suc-
ceeded in outplaying the veteran var-
sity squad with plays used by other
Western Conference elevens.
Hoge Workman, who made an un-
usual record in 1920 as a quarter-
back and as a forward passer and who
was disqualified from playing this sea-
son because of conditions in his stud-
ies, will be eligible to play again next
year. His brother, Noel Workman,
who played at quarter this year, also
will return next year, as will Stuart
and Isabel, two of the best halfbacks
on recent Buckeye teams. Taylor.
Weaver and Cott will leave the back-
field through graduation. Taylor and
Weaver alternated this season at full-
back, and Cott was a second string
quarter and halfback.
Pixley, recognized as one of the
best 'guards in the Western Confer-
ence this year, and Young at Centre
will be the only veteran linemen to
return next season. Those lost by
graduation will be Myers and Slyker,
ends; Huffman and Spiers, tackles,
and Dean Trott, guard.

Intramural Items
The basketball schedule for tonight
is as follows: At 6:15 o'clock, Wash-
tenaw league-on court 1, Theta Chi
vs. Phi Delta. Theta; on court 2, Sig-
ma Alpha Epsilon vs. Lambda Chi
Alpha; on court 3, Phi Kappa Sigma
vs. Kappa Sigma. At 7 o'clock, Hill
league-on court 1, Sigma Nu vs. Del-
ta Tau Delta; on court 2, Phi Gamma
Delta vs. Alpha Tau Omega; on court
3, Phi Sigma Deltat vs. Alpha Sigma
Phi; on court 4, Kappa Beta Psi vs.
Delta Upsilon. At 9:30 o'clock, North
State league-on court 1, Zeta Psi vs.
Phi Sigma Kappa; on court 2, Sigma
Chi vs. Chi Phi; on court 3, Psi Upsi-
lon vs. Alpha Chi Rho; on court 4,
Kappa Nu vs. Delta Sigma Phi.
.Dallas University of Texas has of-
fered Bo MacMillan the large sum of
$7000 to coach its team next year. This!
is remarkable in view of the fact that
MacMillan has had no coaching ex-
perience, having only finished his ac-
tive college football career this fall.
Magazine subscriptions. Best cluk,
rates at Wahr's Bookstores.-Adv.

AGGIES SET Fl BUSy
SEASION AT BASKETBALI
PRE-SEASON GAME SCHEDULED
WITH WISCONSIN AT
MADISON
(By Associated Press)
East Lansing, Dec. 7.-Michigan Ag-
gie basketball candidates have settled
down to a steady grind of practice
sessions in preparation for a pre-sea-
son game with Wisconsin, Dec. 17.
The regular schedule has nothing list-
ed until after the holidays but the
squad coaches are anxious that thel
men who are to play on the varsity
be selected prior to the game at Mad-
ison.
During the past week all the foot-
ball players, who were members of
last year's basketball quintet, or have
aspirations to get on the team this
year, reported for practice. Almost
nightly there are 40 or more candi-
dates on the job, and in less than two
weeks the coaches hope to shear this
crowd down to 10. That many men

will probably be taken to Madison for
the opening tilt.
The first ┬░game to be played here
will be Dec. 29, with Carnegie Tech.
The remainder of the schedule will be
completed shortly and 18 games will
probably be billed, including Notre
Dame, Michigan, Creighton and Ober-
lin.
Communication
Editor, The Michigan Daily:
The rapid growth in the number of
students here introduces certain
puzzling problems. But the practice
of solving such problems (the latest
being that relating to indoor athletics)
by decisions which unintentionally
favor a class of students who have
this world's possessions in abundance,
will surely lead to an unfortunate in-
crease in the number of those citizenb
who hold that "the University is no
longer a poor man's college but a
rich man's school."
J. M. SCHAEBERLE, '76.
Michigan Jewelry, Seals, Memory
Books, etc., at Wahbr's-.-Adv.

:'its of Sport
George Bdbe Ruth, the colossus of
swat, was suspended from organized
baseball until May 20, 1922, by Base-
ball Commissioner Landis, for the vio-
lation of the rule prohibiting series'
contenders from competing in exhibi-
tion games. The other part of the
sentence conveyed notice to Ruth that
he need not look for his split of the re-
cent world series moneys amounting to
$3362.26. That will go into the com-
missioners strong box as will the
money due Bill Piercy and Bob Meusel
who went with Ruth on the barnstorm-
ing trip.
Notre Dame will play Georgia Tech.
in the first of a series of two games,

on the Georgia Tech. gridiron next
year. The 1923 game will be played
at South Bend.
Centre college and Northwestern
may engage in a football struggle at
Danville, Ky., in 1922, if present plans
materialize.
More than 60 men have reported for
the Harvard hockey team. A large
number of last year's men are out and
daily practices will be held from now
on in the Boston arena.
LEARN TO
T'YPEW RITE
YOUR NOTES AND THEMES
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All entrants in the handball
tournament who have not played
off their first round matchesby
6 o'clock tonight will be disqual-
ified.
CLASS MANAGERS, NOTICE
All class athletic managers
should report to the Intramural
office at once for instructions re-
Sgarding theI nterclass basketball
Walter Eckersall's 1911 All-West-
era team had three Michigan stars,
Conklin, Wells, and Thompson among
its personnel.

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bour Gymnasium. Its the Episcopal.
Booth-that's something different.-
Adv.
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