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Alumnus Needs

PEDEN, ILLINOIS CAPTAIN,
INELIGIBLE FOR FOOTBALL

fore Solicitors Don Peden, captain-elect of the Il
Wlinois football team, is ineligible for
Wilfred B. Shaw, '04, editor of the
Michigan Alumnus and Secretary of Pig Ten football next year according
Mto a decision reached by the Confer-
the Alumni association of the Uni- ence Faculty Borird at a meeting in
versity of Michigan, announced yes- Chicago last week. This became
terday that more than 20 students have known Wednesday, when steps were
applied at the Alumnus office in Alum- taken relative to the election of a
ni Memorial hall to campaign for sub- new captain.
scriptions to the Alumnus during the Peden was declared ineligible be-
coming holidays. Mr. Shaw is secur- cause he had played one year at Lom-
ing students who will be returning bard College, Galesburg, Illinois,
home for vacation to do this work, for though taking high school subjects at

BABCOI3K ELECTED AQUATIC CAPTAIN
WIHEN HYDE HANDS IN RESIGNATION

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which they will be paid an attractive
commission.
A Few More Men are Needed
The circulation of the Alumnus at
the present time is 7,500 copies per
week but due to the increased cost of
the publication since it has become a
weekly it is deemed necessary to in-
crease the circulation at once to 9,000
copies per week.

that time. A Conference ruling al-
lows a player an extra year on a col-
lege team if he is a member of the
academy of the institution. Lombard,
however, maintains no such academy
and the rule, therefore did not apply
in Peden's case. The captain-elect
warned authorities and team mates
before his election that there was seri-
ous doubt of his eligibility. ,

Reduction

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COACH DRULARD LEAVES TO
ACCEPT POSITION IN DETROIT
Lyndon R. Babcock, '22, is captain
of the 1922 Varsity swimming team.
Ills election to succeed G. Warren
tlyde, '251 took place at a meeting
of the tnk squad held Wednesday
evening at the Union. Hyde, who was
Bfits of Sport
Baseball prospects look bright at
Harvard for 1922 with nine letter men
back in school. Two of these are
pitchers one of whom has hurled for
two years against teams of the big
three while the other is a good sub-
stitute pitcher.
Princeton's baseball coach is not
worrying for he has letter men back
to fill every position with the excep-
tion of first base and catch. The
Tigers have a schedule calling for 27
games.
March 12 will be the date of an
intercollegiate indoor track meet to
he held at the 22nd. regiment armory
in New York City. This is the first
time since the war that this champion-
ship meet has taken place.
Fordham college of New York City
is going to give up hockey this year
because of the high expense neces-
sary to conduct this support. The
large financial loss incurred last year
s the primary cause of this which
makes it necessary to cancel several
games that were already scheduled.
Georgia tech and Notre Dame have
signed a contract calling for football
games for the following two years. On
Oct. 2S, 1922 Notre Dame will journey
to Atlanta ,for a game and in 1923
Georgia Tech will come out to South
Bend Indiana.
The opening game on the University
of Chicago football schedule next fall
will be with the University ofGeorgia
at- Stagg field on Oct. 7.
No decision as to what team the
University of California will meet in
the annual tournament of roses game
at Pasadena on January 2, has been
reached.
Spalding
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chosen for the captaincy last Spring,
resigned because of the press of his
new studies in the Medical school.
Voteran of Three Years
Captain Babcock was one of the
four men who composed Michigan's
first informal aquatic team three years
ago. He has performed steadily ever
since his first appearance -and has
shown a gradual improvement that
has placed him in the front rank of
Michigan's breast stroke performers.
As captain he will have a great re-
sponsibility on his hands, as the team
is, for the present, without a coach.
Drulard Resigns
Elmer C. Drulard, ex-'20, who, for
three years, has served in that capaci-
ty, has resigned to accept a position
in Detroit. At the meeting of the
swimmers on Wednesday night a vote
of thanks was ordered sent to Coach
Drulard for his services in building up
the aggregation to its present formid-
able strength.
Thanks go to Hyde
A vote of thanks was also given to
Hyde, the retiring captain, for his
splendid work during his two years'
connection with the team. Hyde's
services as captain will be missed,but
he is sure to remain one of the strong-
est members of the squad, and a man
who can be relied upon to win many
more events for the Maize and Blue.
The vote for leader of the aggrega-
tion was close, Babcock winning from
Lyle Hubbard, '23, by a margin of one
vote. Hubbard is the star distance
man of the squad, and rated second
only to Blinks of Chicago in middle
western swimming circles.

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