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"M" Given to Twenty-Two Football
Men and One Cross Country
80 FRESHMEN RECEIVE THEIR
NUMERALS AS RECOGNITION
Awards, 93 of them, were given at
the giant pep meeting held in Hill au-
ditorium Wednesday night. Of the
total number, 23 are "M's." One of
the 23 is for cross country, the remain-
ing 22 being for football. "AMA's"
to the total of seven, were granted, and
23 reserves were granted their class
numerals. Freshmen, too, came in for
their share of the football awards, 24
going to members of the yearling
In addton to the single "M" grant-
ed in cross country, six members of
the Varsity harrier squad received
the coveted "CCC", while six fresh-
men of the first year hill and. dale team
were granted numerals. The complete
list of awards follows:
Football "M": T. P. Banks, '23, F.
C. Cappon, '23E. L. B. Curran, '23E, W.
0. Dean, '22E, R. J. Dunne, '24L,.- P. G.
)oebel, '23E, J. E. Johns, '23E, i. G.
Kipke, '24, B. Kirk, '23, R. T. Knode,
'23, S. E. Murhead, '24, L. E. Neisch
'24, C.~C. Petro, '24L, D. F. Roby, '23, J.
G. Searle, '23P, F. W. Steketee, '23, D.
Swan, '24E, E. Usher, '22, I. C. Uter-
itz, '24, W. 3. Van Orden, '23, H. A.
Vick, '24M, H. E. Wilson, '22.
Football "AMA": W G. Crawforth,
'23, S. Garfield, '23, J. Gunther, '23,
John Henry, '22, John Keatley, '23, J.
Landowski, '23, F. Novy, V. R. Rich-
ards, '23D, C. J. Smith, '22L, Donald
Reserves: W. C. Abendroth, '23, K.
S. Anderson, '23E, K. A. Blumer, '24E,
U. S. Bratton, '23, F. Brenner, D. A.
Burgess, '24E, P. A. Edwards, '24E.
G. P. Elliott, '23E, H. Friedman, '23,
W. M. Flower, '24, D. E. Hathaway,
'22E, R. J. Kuhlman, B. V. Lawson,
'24, H. Martin, '23, j. W. Morey, '22,
M. R. Norcop, '23L, R. R. Powell, '23.
L. S. Selling, '22, H. Taylor, '23E, F.
S. Tracey, '24, H. S. White, '23E."
Freshmen: N. S. Aldrich, F. H.
Baldwin, J. G. Blahnik, E. G. Bowman,
E. A. Chapman, M. F. Christie, H. T.
donnley, C. L. Davis. F. Dawson. F.
Day, M. W. Decker, L. Goldstein, J.
M. Keefer, H. J. Kehren, J. Miller, F.
R. Monihan, J. Murray, L. Savage, H.
Steele. T. C. Tracy, E. R. Vandrevort,
H. Vreland, H. J. Walters, J. H. With-
Cross country "M": George Chute,
Varsity "CCC": R. Arndt, '24; J.
A. Bowen, '24E, E C. Earhart,, '23K.
F. Penberthy, '24L. S. Standish, '22, E.
R. Whittemore, '22E.
Freshman cross country: W. H.
Amstutz, Isbell, H. W. McFarland, H.
C. Nicholson, C. A. Reinke, F. F. Zinn.
Wahr's University Bookstore is open
evenings until Christmas.-Adv.
Delta Theta Phi defeated Phi Delta
Theta in the final match of the inter-
fraternity bowling tournament yester-,
day afternoon at the +Union. It was
the best match of the tourney. the
scores being 2558 to 2508.
Dodge, of the winner, was high
point man with a total of 637 for the
three games. His high score was 247
rolled in the firso game. Damon and
Miller were the high point men for
the losers. Damon rolling 232 in the
final game. The match was very close
and was not decided until the final
Basketball scores for Wednesday
were as follows: Kappa Beta Psi 6,
Delta Tau Delta 8; Phi Gamma DeltaI
1, Alpha Sigma Phi 6; Sigma Nn 18,
Alpha Tau Omega 4; Kappa Nu 18,
Phi Sigma. Kappa 4; Psi Upsilon 19,
Delta Sigma Phi 11; " Sigma Chi 24,
Alpha Chi Rho 7.
Basketball games for Tuesday, Jan.
3, 1922, follow: At 7 o'clock, Beta Phi
Delta vs. Phi Delta Chi; at 9:36
o'clock, Chi Phi vs. Zeta Psi, Phi Sig-
ma Delta vs. Delta Upsilon, Acacia vs.
Theta Delta Chi, Hermitage vs. Phi Mu
For Wednesday, at 6:15: Medics-
Nu Sigma Nu vs. Alpha Kappa Kappa,
Alpha Sigma vs. Phi Chi, Phi Rho
Sigma vs. Phi Alpha Gamma; at 7
o'clock, Theta Chi vs. Kappa Sigma,
Phi Kappa Psi vs. Lambda Chi Alpha,
Phi Kappa Sigma vs. Phi Delta Theta.
At 9:30 o'clock : Hill league-Sigma
Nu vs. Alpha Sigma Phi, Kappa Beta
Psi vs. Alpha Tau Omega, Delta Tau
Delta vs. Phi Sigma Delta, Delta Up-
silon vs. Phi Gamma Delta.
Referee assignments are as follows:
Tuesday at 9:30 o'clock: Brunstig,
Shafter, Weitzel, Shoesmith. Wednes-
day at 6:15: Andrus, R. W. Smith,
Wilson. At 9:30 o'clock: Shoesmith,
Kerley, Landre, Brunstig.
Hockey As Sport;
(By Associated Press)
Minneapolis, Minn., Dec. 15. -- Al-
though not recognized as a major;
sport, hockey will be played under the
institution colors, it was decided by
the athletic board of control of the Uni-
versity of Minnesota. Refusal to des-
ignate hockey a major sport by the
athletic board was based on the fact
that this winter sport is not a Cen-
ference game, although it is played
by several members of the Big Ten.
Hockey officials were instructed by
the board to arrange a schedule for
this winter and map out a program of
appropriations necessary. The ques-
tion of granting letters to hockeymen
was held in abeyance by the board,
pending the success of the sport from
a university point of view.
C. E. GEHRING, '23, WINS FINAL
ROUND OF HANDBALL TOURNEY
C. E. Gehring, '23, won the singles off
the handball tournament yesterday'
afternoon when he captured three
straight sets from Scarnechia in the
final round of the tournament. In the
five matches Gehring has played he
has demonstrated his superiority by
taking the first three, of the five
games, each in a noteworthy fashion.
Gehring will be presented with a sil-
ver loving cup in recognition of his
victory. The doubles tournament will
be held late in February.
Daily Want Ads Pav.-Adv.
All campus, organizations are
requested to have their group
pictures for the Michiganensian
taken between Jan. 3 and 28.f
Since there will be absolutely no
extension of time, it would there-
fore be advisable for the organ-
izations to arrange for sittings
with their photographers before
going home for the Christmas
S PALDI N G
Traverse City Club Elects Officers
Officers of the Traverse City club
were elected last night at a meeting
held in the Union. The following were
elected: President, Donald Williams,
'22; vice-president, Gwendolyn Santo,
'25; treasurer, Peter R. Abbott, '23E.;
secretary, Julius Hanslovsky, '24.
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