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IO F 2SNS HAPP'YAS ITDRAWS TO C'-LOSE

GYMNASTIC TEAM There is a posibility that it will
TO BE DEVELOP3ED' be entered in the Western Confere'nce 2
1although no definite action-has beenj
taken upon that yet. It i .is
Dr. Mbay Issues Call For Tryouts For, an informal team will be formed, and
Ne informal. Squad I meets will be arranged ,with severab
Detroit colleges and probably with
Men interested in gymnastics will .A.C
be given opportunity this year to dis-
play their prowess on Michigan's new-
ly formed gymnatic team. Dr.] LEARN TO. DANCE
George May, director of Waterman IH L E
gymnasium, has issued a call for re- DA~NCE STUDIOSI
.cruits to report to hint in the gymn- hours 1.5 7-10 Wuerth. Arcade
nasiumn oflice from 2 to 5 o'clock any,_____________________
afternoon before next Wednesday, and
sign up for the squad.
The team will be coached by Doc-
tor May, who. was coach of Princeton DR W. .M L S
university's eastern intercollegiate 'I .S.M L S
champions from 1898 to 1900. Work OSTEtiIPAT IIC, PIIYSIClA~i
1will be done in tumbling, Indian club I i6 First Nat'l Ilk. Bldg.
swinging, on the parallel and hori- Office HI4'ur: Phone
zontal bars, the rings, and the .horse. 9.12; 1:30- I2-F1
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The football season drawvs to a
clesse. Gridiron enthusiasts shouild be
thoroughly satis fied. 'There has been
no dearth of luniinaries. The toot-
ball heavens are laden with di 2y,
dazzlini. thrills.
In theo way of individual perform-
ances. one finds stars to-the, north,
ea. t, weit. and south. Enuough mate-
rial for vibrant discussion to keep
the hoes that satirate heat in the ,gen-
ral store supplied until it's time to
plow the garden.
Exhibitions of line plunging have
been numerous this ,season, but with-
out a doubt, John Thomas of Chicago,
carries off the supreme honors. Thomn-
,vs' work against Princeton caused ut-
ter p)aralysis of mlany a lower jaw.
Smasihinig and crashing, he tor from
one end of the Aleld to the other, prac-
tlcally unaidedl. On 14 rushes hie
plunged for a' total gain of '125 yard;.
Owen of Harvard, is u'versatile baeck{
A.nAj a good kicker, a headcy player of]
thoe vintage of 1920 that can stand up)
under nunisihment and (10 about every-
tliilng expected of a grid warrior. J
Captain Paul Goebel of Michigan"
has commdanded no little attentionr thin
season. He is fast and furious. Iris
articular forte lies in his ability to
not only plunge in. and break up the
interference of the opposing team, but'
after so doing, nail the mnan with the
ball and down himn in his tracks.
The kicking of Harry Kipke, an-
other Wolverine, is a , sure-fire cher
jerker. Punters in Kipke's class are
as scarce as ey'e-teethe in poultry.
The achievements of "Brick" Mutl-
ler, California's star end, stand forth

with scintillating prominence. "Ho is
clown the field -like a flash of a search-
light and can p~ass or receive a pass
With dieadlly precision. The day of a
California booster is incomplete with-
out some laudatory comment on Mll-
ler's prowess.
One of the gameost players that ever
stood tinder a headgear is Eddie Kaw
of Cornell.' Although not a fast run-
ner, this untamned Texas maverick is
ahi~ost iml)ossible Ito corner. He. is
not ,a brittle player and is seldom out
of a game. fie can circle the ends,
pass, crash the line like a boatload
of cement and is as valuable to his
team as any. man in the country, and
inorc so than most of them.

ATHLETIC HONOR
WON BY STUDENT
Having successfully negotiated the
12 entrance tests, William C. Knox,z
'24, S. of M., was recently admitted
to Sigma Delta Psi, national athletic
honorary fraternity. Knox is the
fourth undergraduate to receive the
key since the institution was founded
here last spring.
The requirements, none of which in
itself is exceedingly ;difficult, are of!
a diverse nature so that the average
athete after completing three quarters

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QGordon Locke, captain and fullback of thecm ails on the retraining two or
of Iowa university's squtadron, is like titres.-
a clock in a s ioolroom. The eyes Knox is the first man to receive this
of' the oppositioxf rest on hlim through-, honor this fall. Several men are at
cut the batt#le, for Lockte has the rep- present engaged in trying to pass the
u3tation or berinig the most. dangerous tsts, and many others have dropped
~iidVack in the west.' A versatile jug- °t
genalt -who.se punting,' end running,
ndline demolishing are developed to l 1HOTEL ;AI4LENEL
de ig leree. Is eerving a splendid steak and fish
['lhes are many others .who feature sppr vey:eein,$1.25:-Adv.

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1.riglitly on the football zenith, Cov-
ington of Center college, rrebeill of
xgis(:ansjfl, etc., etc.
Altoa 'hr-r, it has been a- success-
tiul soar ,n. The price of a heavy over-
coat to w;ithstnd the stadium's chill
was not squandered in vain.
Ladies of: St. Thomas Church will
serve a chicken dinner Friday and
ISaturday night from 5 to 7:30. At in-
ter-church and_ the Wonmen's League
Bazaar, lharbour Gym.-Adv.

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CLOSES CLOSES
AT 3 P.M. ADVER TISING AT 3 P.M.

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cents per word per day. if charged. White, space charged for at ratea
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-Liner Rates: Twelve cents per line,. without contract, paid in advance.
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WVANTED-Two tickets for Paderew-
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LOST-Not ,book, Economics and
French 'gooks. Notes essential tq
miy welfare. Return to Daily office. I
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LOST-Xi, Kappa Kappa Gamma' pinA
marked M. L. Hood. Call 290. Re-
ward, 63
LOST-Tauf Beta Pi and Sigma Xij
keys. N. S. Fiook, phone 1511-F. 63

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Rider's 200 drop capacity Master-
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campus?. There is. a reason. Call
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SITUATION WANTED-First class
typing promptly and neatly done.
Call: 1015-W. mornings. 63
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