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!NCE TON S TARS CHOSEN
FOR ALL-EASTERN GRID HONOR S

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BROWN'S
ALL-EASTERN
SELECTIONS
FIRST TEAM

Gray, Princeton, left end.
't'reat, Princeton, left tackle.
fDi~ken-n. Princeton, left guard
Garbisch, Army, center.
Cross, Yale, right guard.
hanson, Cornell, right tackle.
White, Army. right encl.
lluelo, Harvard, quarterback.
Owen, !Harvard, left half.
Jordan. Yale, right half.
Kaw, Cornell, fullback.

Cornell pivot man, because, to TflY
mind, fuel showed every quality need-
Ied in a quarter against the greatest
opposition the East could produce.
Pfann's work was just as brilliant, but
there is a. question as to how great
would have -been his wvork against
Imore formidable opposition. Cornell
had little opposition aril season, with
the exception of the' Pennsylvania
game, which Cornell won J to 0. Buell
was called im~on to show his greatness
in defeat as well as in victory and (le-
liveredl.t
1 I All -American and Al'- weS:,rn
selections I tried to iplace each man
in his own position, even holding to
the same side of the line and the
backfield. In choosing the All-star
eleven of the East, however', Treat of
Princeton and Canson of Cornell,
stand out as the two best tackles in
that section. It would be unfair to
replace either with another On that
,account. Ilanson could flay either
tackle brilliantly. So ee is shifted
from the left to the right side of the
Hlo.
IThreeo Princeton men win places on
the hionor team. They stood out pro-
': ninently in the most billiant campaign
Prince had in a dozen years. They
hselped mnake Princeton the strongest
team in the East.
Among the other men considered for
posts of hionor on one of the two
teamns and who might play on any
?Alt.-star team, are:
}Ends: Taylor and Parr of' the
Navy, Stout of Princeton, Storice of
the Army.
Tpackles: Mulligan of the Army,
Baker of Princeton, Eastman of liar-
yar(l..
Gutards: Hubbard of Harvard, How-
? arnd of Princeton, Schwab of lI~fayette.
Centers: Alford of Princeton.
HOTEL ALLENEL
Is serving a splendid steak and fish
supper every evening, $l.25.-Adv.
Michigan Song Book, Memory
Books, Banner and Pennants. at
IWVahr's U'ni versity Bookstore-Adv.

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SECOND TEAM

Jenkins. Harvard, left encl.
Gulian, Brown, Left tal.kie.
Welsh, Colgate, left guard.
Lovejoy, Yale, center.
Breidster, Army, right wuard
Boles, Navy, right tackle.
Hulman, Yale, right end.
Pfann, Cornell, quarterback.
Erickson, W. and J., left half.
pos Miller, Peen., right half.
Wood, Army, fullback:.

-Quatrak:Nilne fYlTeaPi 01:0ocok appa requested to get in touch with the
' ry fNvy,'Robertson of Carnegie Sigma, Gamma Eta Gaimma, Gamma Intramural department, 2268, at once.
Tech. Alpha, Phi Alpha Gamma. The qualification round of the class
Halfbacks: Cassidy of Cornell, Thursday night the following team.s bowling tournament fell far below e_:-
Neale of Yale, Cleaves and Crum of will have the floor at Waterman gym- l)p-ctation and a share of this regret-
Princeton. nasium: 6-6:30 o'clock, upper medics, able happeIning is due to the negli--
Fulibacks: B~runner of Lafayette,; lower medics, soph dents, fresh en- :gence of the managers in getting their
B~archet ,of Navy, Mallory of Yale, gineers; 6:30-7 o'clock, graduate teamuls organized and down at the Un-
Hewitt of Pittsburg. school, junior engineers, soph engi- ion bowling alleys on time. The time c
v eers, senior engineers; 7-7:30 o'-1 limit of the initial round has been ex-
1 a. m.. uraI tems clock, fresh fits, soph lits, jun2ior fits,I tended fob' a few (lays and all mianag"-
Inir miiai 1~'lj5 senior Hits; 9:30-10'o'clock, Delta Up-H ers should make an effort to get their
_____silon, Delta Theta Phi, Alpha S3; 'teams together during that time ad
Phli, Theta Delta Clii; 10-10O:30t o'clolcik, roll off their qualifying games.

Fraternity basketball teams will
practice tonight in acecordance with
the following schdule: On courts 1,
2, 3, and 4, 6-4i1:30 o'clock, Sigma Phi,j
Sinfonia, Theta Xi, Zeta Beta Tau;
6:30-7 o'clock, Signfa Delta Pi, Delta
SAlpha Elp,;ilon, Pi Kappa Alpha, Delta
Sigma 1)i; 7-7:30 o'clock, Delta Tau
Upsilon, Phi Beta Delta, Phi" Delta
'Epsion, Phi Beta Pi; 9:30-10 o'clock,
Cygnus. Trigon, Peers, Theta Chii;
10-10:30) o'lockz, Phi Tate; Alpha Chi
Rho, Delta '1. au Epsilon, Pi Delta
Theta.
Practice for Wednesday night will
be a follows: on courts 1, 2, 3, and
4, v-6 :30 o'clock, Phi Kappa Psi, Al-
pha Chi Sigma, Tau Epsilon Phi, Lu-
cher House; 6:10-7 o'clock, Phi Sig-
ma Delta, Trigon, Beta Phi :Delta, Psi
Upsilon; 7-7:30 o'clock, Chi Psi, Chi
Phi, H- ermitage,'Delta Tan Delta; 9:31
-10 o'clock, Pi Delta Chi, Sigma Al-
plia Epsilon, Phi Rho Sigma, Delta
muu s~uusm rrm
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* Urh Aead
N~bo1 dyt east Ho [fel-
ig~l1acn1ma, (ev'er layed l 11- U
* Iards here- once; they acre
aanil repeaters. IThe miore
R ofIRII .land regularly yaru
play, the tgreaater your e. U
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Pi (lainna Delta, Alpha Sigma, Del- -
t Upio ,D l a S g a D l . n i rht Soit f)61 ' 511-elThis list copcludes the sehlduled MAemblers of the Engineering socic ;y
I practieps for both fraternity and class' will give a smoker Dec. 12, at the Ur-
teams that will be hield ])afore" vacra- ion. Among the several feature -
tion. Schedules for the games to b~e planned L or entertai:nent will be a
played after vacation in the team; three round boxing bout staged 1;,,
leagues will appear in tomorrow's I George Wolinitz, '24, and Clifford MNc-
Daily. If any manager has not had Krechnie, -'231, both me'mbers_ of last
a practice for his team and none has, year's boxing team.

been alloted to him through the above
schedule, he should call the Intramur-
al office and one will be arranged im-I}
mnediately. '
rClass bowling team maagers areI
SMagazines-Subscriptions-Best Club;
rates at Wahr s Bookstores.-Adv. M

Thlere will lbe 'ameeting of all ;
Varsity wrestling candildates at
5 o'clock this atterh~oon in the
wrestling room of Waternmni
gynmnasium.

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(By -Nox3Mlar Y" Brawia) Owen and Buell of Harvard, and Ora
Out of the eastern grid season, just o' Princeton.
behind us, camne a miuaiuGe of wond- Ku1-w vis tWriti1oU quest ion the
erful players. With the exception''0of greatcs. fullback In the East.
fc-uir instances it is an extremely dili- j(11a "ey u01 ; ."I1011wi t 1arival
culjt matter to. select from the candi- a?. .t uine atorrha k position.
dates one roan who can be ranked as j{Gerge Ouenis 5tI!c poer of all
without disite the best at his post., lalbbacks an d Gray is the per.
'these four mnen arc Kaw of Cornell, feet eid, withiout an equal.

ar Buel~l is select defog the quarterback Lose soinething'? A classified lu
S position anea of 1-'iann, the great the T i;'will find it.--Adv

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XICllIGAN D1'ILY
Classified Rates. Two Cents -per word a day, paid in advance. Mn-
mnum charge.- for first day, 25c. Minimum thereafter, 20c. Three
cents per word per day if charged. White spice charged for at-rate
of" 5c per ,agate line. Olassifled, charged only to those having phone5.
Liner Rates:'Twelve cents per line, Without contract, paid in advanice.
PHONE 960

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The degree of Doctor of, Philosophy was offered
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FOR SALE
FOR SALE-Ford Sedan, late '"20. To-
tal mileage less than 8,000, over-
size cordl tires, everything in good~
condition. Ordered a iew cam',.nus1j
be sold this wee k. Bargain. phone
2951-W. 67-2
FOR SALE--Balance Medical library,
25 cents each. Alpo .choice literary
sets. Mrs. Fraser, 16 South Wash-
ingtona Street, Ypsilanti, Michigan.
Phone 674-4. 65-3
FOR SALE-Radio' set. Bulb type,
neatly encased. Detroit broadceast-
ing clearly received, $20.00. Phone
1937-M. 67-2
FOR SALE-C-melody Saxophone.
Price reasonable. Call 2009-J. 97-2
FOR SALE-Gibson guitar in excel-
lent shape, _$45. Call 388-W. 67
LOST-Stonemartin choker scarf be-
tween Main. and South University
Finder return to W. Cuddy at 814 S.
U. or call 368. -Reward. 66
LOST--Package containing pink andI
white silk kimona at Ilnterchurch!
Fair Friday {night. Call 2826. 67
LOST-Beta Theta Pi badge. Name
on back. Call R. Rice, 371. 65-3 i1
LOST--My pen troubles, at Rider's of4
course. 1
LOST-1923 M ic hi ga mnua badge.
Please call 2738. 66-3,.
TYPEWRITERS.

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WANTED
WANTED-Reader tw o or three hours
(aily (luring holiday,;. Reading will
be mainly, in Shakespeare' and I
Shakespeare Criticism. Only per- I
(sons majoring in English need ap-
ply. Call 243-,, Tuesday 3 to 5,
Wednesday 7r to 9 p. in. 67-2
WANTED-Furnaces to care for Dec.
15 to Jan. 3, south of campus be-
tween Forest Avenue and State St.
Desmond. Phone 1600-J . 10141
Church St. 67

For Michiganen ian
Pictures
Phone 598

121 East Washington Street

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WANTED-A garage for dead stor-
age.. Write W. K. Scherer, Michi-i
gan Daily. 65-31I
WANTED-A Rider Pen which fails
to write at touch. Rider's Pen
Shop. 21.
WANTED-Job as' cook in fraeternity.
Phone 2846-M. 66-3j
ANNOUNCEMENT-Do you know that
Ride'r's 200 drop capacity Master-
pen is the most popular pen on th6
campus? Tye is a reason. Call
at Rider's, Pen Shop. 21
!MAN who loaned pen in health serv-
ice Dec. 11, call Thayer 2162-M. 67
FOR RENT
FOR RENT-Suite and single room
well heated, private lavatories. Near
campus. Meals served during va-
cation. 1021 E. H-uron St., Phone
481-R. 67-69
FOR RENT-A pleasant suite near
Campus,. for second semester. 429
South -Division. 65-3i

Sa c Dayvcchu

We are already, o care for your

Cleaning

and Pressing

Needs

FAST'

AWay to Her Heart
-=Try Music
To make her happy -- bring
Brunswick Records. Find out
her taste for music and you
will always be sure to please.
Brunswick Records are ac-
ceptable to every hostess, a
permanent gift-one you can
both enioy.
Stop i and hear
sime of the

Go od Fellows

A man is a goo4 fellow for lots of reasoner If he's. gen-
erous, charitable and optimistic he'll 'be called a good
fellow. And men of this caliber usually reflect their per-
sonality in their clothes.

You will want to look your best
when you arrive home Christmas.

They want honest, rugged, enduring tailoring;
all-wool. fabrics'; real, distinctive, sturdy style.
wear-

staunch
They

ENERGINE.

CORONA-The visible durable, port-'-______
able typewriter. Over 600,000 in FOR RENT-Desirable suite, one
use. Recent improvements put Co- block from Campus. 920 P. Wash-
rona still farther in the lead. Prico ington. 1770-M. 66-2
$60.00. Easy terms if desired. Other OfV
typewriters taken in exchange. 0. FIT~
D. Morrill, 17 Nickels Arcade. Open
evenings. 006-sF'OUND-At Rider's Pen Shop. A real
________________________ fountain pen for exams. 21,
CALL . IW. C. DAVIS
F~er Remington Portable typewrit- TYE ITN
ers or used typewriters. PhoneI MANUSCRIPTS-Photoplays -- pltays
1786-W. 60-111 -thesis beautifully typed on nice
BA~rGA~rE , paper with two carbon copies, fifty1
_AGG cents a thousand words. Mabel
DONT FORGET Green's. Hurry .up- Stiles, 17 Stanford "St., Muskegon,
Dray and Baggage .line. 520 De- Mich. 6 7-2
troit St. Phone 3,130. 64-7 ___ _____
Pakgand baggage express. Phone ':WINDOW SHADES
2741. 211 WINDOW SHADES Cleaned. New
PIIOTl1A PITY shades made to order. H. S. Col- I

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'K GOOD CLOTHES,
All good fellows will find their clothes needsr
instantly satisfied at this store. You'll get the
maximum of value at the absolute minimum of
cost.
-SUITS AND GVEBCOATS IN A SPILEN-
DID)YVARITETY OF STYLE AND FABRIC

The

Phone 25081

Ganna t ,
Com aany

Cleaning
Pressing

STO FFLET
Phono. Shops
110 East Washington Street
PHONE 3060
Nickels Arcade, Over Post Office

$35

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Other .good.' makes
$25 . $30

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