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P arrell Will Organize' Three Harrier;
Teams For Intereollegiate
-VNW 11A$SI8'FOR AWARDING
"1-'8s" WILL BE INALURA TRl
As the result 'of- a conference be-
tween1 Steve Farrell, Varsity coach of
track ,and field sports, 'Elmer D. Mit-
chell, director eof intramural Athlet-
ies, aind George Little, representing
the department of intercollegiate ath-
letics, an intensive drive for cross-
counptr~y mterial has 'ben organized
to start immed iately.
*'Men. desiring. to try out for any of
~the cross country squads should re-
prt a, atrman gymnasium at eith-
er 3,j"4, or 5 o'clock Monday' after..
noon, where they will meet coach
Will Form Three Squads
Every afiternoon three squads will
r'un, one at 3:1l5, one at 4:15, and one
at 5,: 15 o'clock, so that all nmen can
find suitable hours. The objects of
this campaign wil 'be twofold: first to
incrbae 'ojh.ti6pation in the sport for
i1 ; own sake; and secondly to provide
Varsity track and cross country ma-
terial. According to Coach Farrell,
Michig~an has never had more than
504imen out for cross-country, and gen-
erally nuot as many; lie thinks that if
Cornell can get between 300 and 500
men out every year, Michigan should
be able to have at least half that num-
With the idea of creating general
camipus interest in the sport, it is
planned to have Coach 'Sullivan, who
"has- until now handled primarily,
wrei4iling anld boxing, assist the' new
cross-country tryouts, especially 'in
th-eir training. Sullivan will run with
new~ men each :fternoon, giving them
tips on training and breathing, and as
soon 'as he notes improvement enough
in any man to warrant it, he will
transfer him to the Varsity cross-
country. squad, under the' supervision-
Will Award "AT"
Coach Farrell says, "In past years,
the 11 aar was almost impossible to
win. In fact, only two men won it
durinig the last ten years. The Ath-
'etic board, therefore, in order to put
Scross-country on an -equal 'footing
with the other' sports, have, revised the
ru'les so that the regulation track M
will be aw&arded to the six members of
a cross-coun4 nry team which places
.first or seco'nd in a Conference meet,
or to any individual who places 15th
or better in any Conference meet,' or
to any man who places first in a dual
mecet, or second in two dual meets.
"The Western Conference meet wiil
be run at Purdue this year on Novem-
ber 25. We are trying to arrange dual
meets -with Wisconsin, Purdue, anid M.
A.C. In addition to these intercol-
legiate meets, there will be the Har-
pham trophy race som~etime in Novem-'
be, and the three-'mile all fresh race.
Freshmen will be awarded numnerals,
and the first three to finish' the three
mile1 course will receive loving cups."'
In connection with the women's i'McNally,'2b .. ......0 0 0
work: in the Girl's Rifle club, open to E. Scott, s......... 3 0 0
all women eligible for camipus activ-j Hoyt, p ........... 2 0 1
ities, LaAt yea'r's team comipeted suc- "'3aker.......1 0 0
cessfully with such coleges and uni-, Jones, p......0 0 0
versities as M.A.C.; Northwestern' and - - -
Chicago. Toltals........30 0 42
!GIANTS WIN THIRD K AB lR11
BY STAR PITCHING ' Gro, b . ncofssa........ 3 2 0
(Cotined romPag On) P rlisli, 2bh.. ....... 2 0 2
(Contined fro Page ne) l±. Meusel, If ...... 4.01
Meusel out, McNally to' Pipp. One j Young, rf ......... 4 0 3
run two hits, no errors. Kelly, :... .......3 0 11
Eighithi Iningj Cunningham, of.. 3 0 1
Yankees: Baker batted. for H-oyt. Smith, c.......... 4 0 1
Kelly took Baker's roller and touchedi Scott, p. ........... 4 0 1
first. Witt flied to Cunningham.I - - - -
Groh took Dugan's grounder and Totals.....31 3 12
threw him out.«- No runs, no hits, no: *Batted for Ward in 'the
errors. Batted for Hoyt in eighth
'Giants: Jones went into the box Score by innings:
for the Yankees. Young singled intoI Yankees . ......0 00 0 0 0 0
center, his third hit' Kelly sacrificed;.....s.........0 02 0 0
Jonc3 to Pipp. Cunningham walIked. Two ba.se hit-Schang.
Smith sent a high 'one to McNally. Sacrifice hits-Frisch, Kelly
Scott fouled to,-Dugan. No ruls n s.qe 'St olen''base-Pipp.
hit, no errors. Struckout-By Hoyt, 2; by
Ninth Inning Base on blls-Hoyt, 2;S
Yankees: Frisch threw out Ruth. IjTones, 1.
B~ancroft robbed Pipp of a hit and Hit by pitcher-Ruth by Sc(
threw him out. Bancroft tossed. out 'Dotule play-Ward to Pipp
MVeusel. No 'runs," no hits,-no 'errors. TU mir:;Mc(*n,mielrtwen!
24 17 1
lino ' wand WiCo)nsiJn ginsthis yea1l
are comninh-o the Atlet Oc office inp
wbo lutentionally misr'epr1esent their
"vas ill bec refelred to the Studenlt
('ouncil for discipline, and probably
viii 1e given seats aftera ll others are,
roided I or.
great nubrovery dlay and tickets Martha-Ann Fruit, Cakes of Cincin-
wil bereay b malin abut jati. Tice 's Drug Store. 117 S. Main
week. before the gamecs. St.-Adv.
1 Independents tryouts f'or the wo-
~men's debate .will be held this morn,1-
in g at 8 o'clock instead of 9 o'clock,
as announced in yesterday's Daily.
Professoh Ray K. limmel 1if the
ANN ARBOR CUIJS
TFr''(ay mI ori' tha i'iIn Lthese pl~im~]I
ila:ry speeches it risot necessary i0
dIisc uss the whbole questioni. A briec
outline, follovedJ.by detailed discu~s
sioln of one point of the argumnent onI-
wil!ly,' will sufice.
I0O1 ShOE FACTORY
Orders wi ll be filled acc1ording to'
class -with the senior ('las s ha ving the
first prre'er ce , though Laniattempt;
,will h^ ~d to sat isfy i ifiv idir-lre-
quests in o far as possrible. Each ap-
Ipliatioh' for tickets is inspected by
the Athletic Association in order thact
no fradaleu'rep resental oin as to0
classes may be' made. Such o ienderi' s
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Witt, cf .. .........
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Last Time Today
This is the Ringing
"ETHE CRADLE BUSTE R
Starting Sunday! -
SO0 UT H
M1AIN S T R
OFFER RIFLE COURSES
Five different lines in rifle shoot-
ing includin~g instruction_ for both
Inen and women ar~e offered this year
by the deparrnent of Military Science
Course for R.O.T.C. men, in which'
:redit is'.given are, thy" regular ele-
minmitpa course rifle instruction for
fr~eshmnen, and the special shooting
qualificoation course 'for advanced stu-
dents, n which badges are given for
rlaivedegrees of marksmanship.
TheR.O.T.C. rifle team, which twill
be <'composed of tryouts who qualify
during the target practice Friday af-
ternoon acid this morning, will engage
i a schedule of competition with oth-
cr schools and colleges during the
yeair. The men's rifle team has receiv-
ed recognition from the 'athletic de-
partment. Two numerals and eight'
siweaters were awarded last year.
Rifle instruction with °22 caliber
rifles will be given to any women de-
siring to receive such instruction. An-
nou'ncemients will be made_ later of
class schedules. No credit will be giv-
en for this course.}
A T~%HIE CAMPI$TS TEAT RE T wil
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every minute. And the most iiring
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the -great Northwest! A ten-
-he mixes smiles with tears
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theoUn ite - d Stat
Have youi eaten at the
We'serve both Chinese
and American dishes.
"eare open from I I
to~ 11, also, dancing
from 6 to 7 :30.
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2:00-3:;30 fileair, sia lies it to 'a 7 :00-8:30
Charles Ray has mladle
(lgood, poor, and fair pc
tures-but never one as .'
excellent as this. T at
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