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THE M-ICHIIGAN DAILY

)r EasterDrw A

(By. 'IVrmn i E. Brown)
The 'sugestion recently' made b:
Coach'~ John fleinman of tnc Univer
city of Pennsylvania. football than
that. the East is. sorely in need of<
well organized conference voices th(
thought of many football critics. Con:
ing, as it does, from one cf. the great
etcahsith ae'hsnwpeought to' at least arouse considerabN
diiscussion and cause college author.
ties to give the matter added thought
between no'w and next football season,
.T'he present season in~ the East hac
shown how badly such an organization
as the "Big Ten"' has become needed
in the Fast. There are three- or four
powerf~ul elevens in. that sectioni which
can claimn the title. Yet there is no
way of comparing their relative
strength.
Pennsylvania, Penn State, Syractis;e
,artnmouth, W. and J., Lafayette, Pitts-
burg, Cornell and one or two other
elevens show strength, every year on
a par with that of Yale, Hlarvard,
Princeton,, the Armv and, the Navy.
But because only three or four of
these schools meet in any given grc,,ip
there is no chance to settle fairly th4e
question' ofsupremacy.'
'limes ,Aa e Chlned
Ton ,and' twentfy yars ago, before
modern newspaper 4methods and thei
growing popularity of the snort had
made the activities of the various col-
leges of national interest the teams
satisfied the student body, the old gr"ads
and other' adherents. by making a cred.-
itable showing against their hereditary
rivals. 'Harvard,. Yale and Princeton
lived to maul each other from a foot-
ball standpoint. Cornell and Dart-
mouth pointed theii teamis mainly to
win in their annual battle. Lafayette
and W. and J., Syracuse and Pittsburg
and other rivals were .'con tout each

° ~ ~~en, Mathews,. and Hagen from the Rho, Delta Tau Epsilon, Phi DeltaI and managers should see to it that!.
' L.,om erencefreshman eleven will be eligible to Theta. The time and schedule for t~eI their men are members of the team
'' ti n i nak Ve tle a bid for these positions. Gay, next practices to fllow these will be I because of hours of credit in the I ni-
eY 2( 'l . ; Aramson, and Rollitt will be ready to announced in The Daily at a late: versity rteta by reason o
- answer the all for guards when the date. man's length of residence on the ca-
S1923 season Pols around --- pus,.
firm basis °on the gridiron and haveI Swanbeck from the freshman squad interlass basketball will get awayI Numerals with jerseys will be given
lyjdone rnuch to popular' ire these colleges is one of the most promising center; oafyngsafi asotwiltet.temno tewnig teamandl
and Deep the world informed of, their# produced at Minnesota for years. He Iaslelvn u ilb rsne
acizz,.is a strong man on the defense and on main drawback being that the manag- sierlvncuwllbpeetd
m asencritics will admit that toeCteofne ncs ati a oser falteshosadcasshv'c the man that makes the hlighest;l
Weate ati teteofes.Incs apanAs osessftlthoro~sadcase a e in three rounds df consecutive
Ws:has. surpassedthEati con-, not appear next fall Swanbeck will l I or
1a iducting the grid sport. The westernE be onl hand to fill the vacancy, [dntotepckeas yeht. he'otprsed ly
Fre Grse layd hs frstyea o'dens o th clsse tht ae nt lste Following are a list of the runanag
team~; showed that on the easterniFrdGoepadhsfrtyaro( below should select their managers an(;i ers chosen by the Intramural depart-[
lfields. 'The conference is the" logical conference football this year, and tho have them report to the Intramural ment: se lt-Kes 1412
a method of: the Eaast to employ to as- experience he gained will be of great ofieLtoneiCas aktai seni juio lits-K rei5;soph Tit-M
lel endlto a qa otn ihrth eei ohm l ilb ocdb tice will also be held before Christ- !Hrwich, 290-M; fresh Tits -Cherry,
1 West.. Guzzy and Foote of the freshman mas and the managers of the respect- 2638-W o eireginers
it Des Not Kill Tr~aditions squad, however, as these men have iv-easW or achtee3ou57 (odsil , se8W;nior enineers
U- Conference football does not Lill tra- been showing up in remarkable style' for the annoncement of the sc ld
iditional. rivalry. Michigan and Ohio ! this fal. Guzzy weighs'buit 127 pounds 'ule. s~ - --Piggott+ 272-4I soph ngneers-
buusfs n a xeln iedgnIolwigaeteHt ftecasMoody, 409-W; Desh' engineersJ. P.
State fight, not for Confemene honors erut.1Hefs alsan ccuraete aser .se Fllw n ar heli t heasV'oe305-J; architects-Kline, 1366;
(1 but' for honors of . S. ,U and Mich- rlHeiasonacutepsr managers:snir MsH:Vdid, 1121- upj
Oler e igan when they, meet. Indiana and and can ptnt consistently around 40 I3, junior ]its-T. Tracy, 355, soph. s-T e vre 609; pJharmlcsuper-Mor-"
h j Purdue, little sisters In the Confer-i and 50 yards.I lits-Hall, 319, fresh lits-to be chos-' is 16-;e7iaiznDuls.5
O ence, annually wage the same deterni- Mrinifeau Aso Back en by president, senior engineers- R;,,-tip e lat---Dffri s, 258-
e ied and grim battle for victory over Earl Martineau will be back in ar- Goldsmith, 2078-W, junior engineers- i-ioteops- Crino, 2605; graduates-
each other. ness at half and in all probability Iland, 1460;; soph engineers-Moody, 1 urdonz. The lower ents, tower nxe-
' By the same "token Yale,' Hrvarda will be elected captain of the Go- 409-W; fresh engineers-Vose,- 3156J, Xs n rs ashv omaa~
-and Princeton would still retain their ;pliers for next year. The election will law school-Storz, 2999; upper med- aS yt The presidents of these classes!c
rprivate rivalry. The other "hated riv-I take place next week.° Carl Lidberg is-Kerly, 609; architects-Klinze, s hould ,pick their managers as soon
'1jass" could claw~ at each other's throats.' has been gromed by coachesa year 1136, dents-Wagner, 1237-; 110111-sbl n isrut te t e
LBut there would he system, a basis for to fill In at the opposite half vacated eops=~Cino, 205; pharmes-:Moris, port to the Intramural office at once.
*. comparison- and greaterlpublic, inter-i by ntis MeCreery. Lidberg is a frsh- 1162M,; graduates-13erhan, slh I Any mlien .in these classes that have
,fes£ in the 'eastern grid, sport if the manbt h ans.Ytrntl i ripped th( I o education. Loemdcs'nd fres i- !n}nmaagers mnay come to the Intra,
schedules of all the teams were con- Varsity line for g n. lts hav omngesa e.inriofc adetratem swl
3du.4cted on somle r gularly oraie Oster and Peterson will return to -- saymnmyta si ls
bash." fight their battle for the fullback [ The -winner of the soph engineers,j where the iaragcrs have been select-
It will come some time. berth. Pmt there is aso another Go~ architect speedball game that las i cd.
e - - pier athlete, Van Duzee, who will be payed yesterday. afternoon will meet l
Vneligibale when Coach. Spaulding again the fresh is in the final g efor the } J. J Johnson, D. Steketee, G. S PCS isy:i i al ue a h 4aposi fte enoai~.ietH .=onadA . Joea
fort pratinfulkc ndd e round at 4 oclcki Monday afternoon! will enter teams in the tournament
s O report fo rctc ast spring, but he on south Ferry field if Weather pe-tIndependent of the class teams, coily
9 1010 0 I[}'9 slipped up in his stw(les andi was ac odnl etoftesud ynx posed of men from the following
lullIIULU. Yearcotdisngletaloff xpth e d that By1ext classes: senior its, junior its, soph
UIIIUI @iLU " i cwill hldave aalwll of e'his tO h o. shoso h anu ilb delinquencies D owling among the s'asses and lit junior engineers and sph engi-
c111ed an6wil e.otlo!teBjb. schoolso t e csampus will be iven neers.
--- On paper the Gopherrocsor great imeu this year. Many o the )-*- -
On Y TWO VFTE CANS ARE LOS~T next fall are exceedingly bright. A I classes have already entered teamsj All-Campus Dance Today
s( c (T OIYLkl IER JY) RD ~ elho aeilWl b m a' n h tir r xetdt o~ ebr ftePnsl alub
and ON ithin the lnext few dlay&,t osIaer ib af l auuyavc afcu
for 1Coah Spaulding ito iork with waegvn nAl-apsdnefo
and the entire collsbhidhm All teams must roll their uaifing 230to 5:30 o'cock this afternoonat
score by next Wednesday, in the Un- ,teUin ui ilb unse
(Special to The Daily)Minnesota ex .ets to complete her inbwigaly.Tetasmyb th ed"ni Rhodschl etr he
Minneapolis, Minn. Nov. 28.--uWitb comeback in football in 1923! ei cinayieiste=atronb e hdsoceta
' th ,M i n esot foo b all se as n~ f o 1 92 E ( - j o r even in gs before that date. It "1 :
over, ;every enthusiastic Gopher is Inot sores a al. oft h w ntre yreA
looking towards a glorious year in I 'r r' tm earns will be eliminated on campar- -
1923. Notthat the .PTHtSseason hED'A ) *
bo e aailre u ecaedigp riphts Fraternity basketball 'wil begin itsi not in, but if 24 or more teams are en- LOE
foI dvry ntextatreexein glytais br !prciessonnxtM anight.tered16 teams ill be allowed to sur-
Eveysueta inst sto-1rciessin etMna ih vive, or if less than 4 teams entei'"
foughly convinced that Bill Spalding is at Waterman gymnasium. The fo- th tournament only S will be alowv-
Sa real coach, and the results he ob- lowing are the schedules :frprc'e pyatrteqliinrod
tame frm asquad; of green men tice on M'onday and Tuesday, thu 1is held.
has started 'Minnesota out on her road Each team will be composedl o,?
;to recovery from an 'athletic slump. play aoinld4:five men and they must roll three
L But two }men are lost from the Var-'i Monday night o courts 2, 3, 4, and 5, I ful games to make scores in the ua- ,
sity squad which witnessed servic 6-03: 30 O'cl'ock, Acacia, Alpha Kapprfiytgrud h ls aaer
tunder the Maroon and Gold this year\' kappa, Alpha Rho Chi, Apha Taun which are listed below will enter a
Mru eyntenopei'deedal Omega; 6:30-7 o'clock. Beta Theta Pi, team, but plans have bee mde so
Irnigmate to Earl M4artinea, ' that any manl in a class can enter a
g raduates in June and is consequent- Delta Chi, Delta Sigma .Phi, Kappa tempoiignneoh ebr
ly lost to the squad, Captain Ass may Beta Psi; 7-7:30 o'clock, Kappa Nu, are on the class team and are all
graduate this spring, but under Con- Kappa Sigma,,Lambda Chi Alpha, Nn of the isae class on the campus. If
ference rulings he is eligible for an-i Sigma Nn;9:0-0 'coc ,,Es-ayn eiest ne emm
other years of' service on the Gopher on Pi, PhiChi, Phi Kapia Sigma, PiI predent of the clas team.he must roll in his greatest )iture comg
eleven. As yet he has not made his Sigma Kappa; 10-10:30 o'clock, Psi his qnalifying score within the same! to the ARCADE Wednesday !
I decision as to wich course he willI Omega, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Signa Chi, time that has been allotted to the ji5"R W O H
take. Sigma Delta' Kappa. On Tuesday! class teams. Rw OFTEMR Ng
[ B~Iothu Endsk'night the following practice schedule]I A strict check will -be mde on the "Beas "The Slet :call"
Attends the Gophers will have-El;- will be in force on courts 1, 2, 3, and 1 meni that play on the different teamsj
lund and Schjoll back with a year of 4, 6-6:30 o'clock, Sigma Phi, Sinfonia,
experience to their credit. Eklund is Theta Xi, Zeta Beta Tau; 6:30-7 o'-
one of the most promising wingmen clock, Sigma Delta P,' Delta AlphaII
'in the Big Ten. Hle is. a good punt- 'Epsilon, Pi Kappa' Alpha, Delta Sig- ]
er, drop kicker, and can pass. At lma Pi;. 7-7:30. o'c lock, Delta Tau Up-
tackles, Ted Cox, Louis Gross andVMe- silon Phi Beta Delta, Phi Delta Ep-
Donald from this .year's Varsity w0ill silon, Phi Beta Pi;- 9:30-10 o'clock,
he back ini unifoirml, while (I 'ucuhag- Cygus, Tigon, Peers, Theta Chi;d o
10-10: 30 o'clock, Phi Tau, Alpha Chi
THS"TeVlu fMetlTet" i h Sunday Magazine for December 3.=_is ade, of Oxford, in a
AdvL.MN Adv. fine tailor-like way, with
LTI"vg 7 SING AT 3 - 7sudbig buttons put on
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Minimum thereafter, 20c, Three
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Ds aily Car dinal A il-Conference
FIRST T'A4 WpOITI1rON, SECONIt) 'EAR
Ktirk, iMichignu...,.. ....L-E..............Kadesky, Iowa.
Below, "Wisconsin........ .... ..L.T .........Penfield, Northwestern
Pixley, 0. S. U................ ..L.G............... Minnick, Iowa
HIeldt, Iowa .......... ...... ...C.................. King, Chicago
IcMillen, Illinois............ ... R.G................ Mead, Iowa
Lewis, Chicago........ .........R.T.............. .Mulrhead, Michig-,m
'rebehL, Wisconsin ...,....... Th....... .....,Hanney (Capt.), Indiana
h~tits Bl ...hi, ...,...Q ..B........ .....Workman, 0. S. U
Williams, .(Capt.), "Wisconsin ....L.H................ Pytt, Chicago
Kipke, Michigaln................ .R.Hf............ Martineau, Minnesota
Locke, Iowa............. .. ....,F;............ J. Thomas, 'Chicago
Invitations Sent For Ilini Relay,,4i 'urks Deny Christian IExpulsion
Champaign, Dec. 1.-More than 250 S amsun, Dec. 1.-Turks say Chris
formal invitations' to the 6th ann~ualI tiaras are not beins expelled, but the
Illinois indoor relay carnivai to b~e exodus of non-?Moslems fr'om this part.
held ihere Saturday, March, 3, hauve, of Asia Minor- continues.
been mailed to'-the colleges and un
I versities in the country. .

Boat Stipples Quake Vi'timsa
Santiago, Dec. 1.-Thle Clevelane)
arrived at Valparaiso from Huasco,
where she took Amercian supplies to
quake sufferers.

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year. to rig up the larger score In
those duals. Content, too, were the
fans to. watch the success, of these
teams against their hereditary rivals.
But football has become of such na-
tional interest that it has gr'own, be-
yond the confines of the colleges and
their traditions. The attendance of
frorm 40,000 to 60,000. persons at the
bitg games where the seating capacity
-myill prm~it, inidi cates .to what extent
the public has become interested in
the college, elevens.
Graduates themselves have come -to
watch the season's struggles from a
national viewpoint and do not con-
fine their interest to watchrihig and
praying for the success of their alma'
Inaters?.
These conditions naturally create ,the
desire to see the real champions' prop-
erly crowned..
'The "Big Ten" Conference has shown
Nv 'at an orgifnized football -body cani
do'tp promote 'the college sport. For
a quarter of a century the big 'western
colleges hav'e had their organization..
With . uniform eligibility, playing
and officiating rules the. colleges in
~the Conference -- Michigan, Chicago,
Illinois,. Wisconsin, M~innesota, and
the others have become institutions of
national renown in the sport world.'
Farther West the Missouri Valley
conference, the Pacific coast -confer-
ence and other similar bodies have put
the colleges in those territories on a
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