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Navy And Army Must Wait Another Year
To Break 25-Year Deadlock On Gridiron


Eklund (Minn,) ............LE.............Hancock (Iowa)
C Muirhead (Mich.). ..... LT..............Petcoff (0. S. U.)
McMillen (Ill.)..............LG............ Slaughter (Mich.)
Blott (Mich.) ..............C ................King (Chic.)
Abramson (Minn.). .....RG........Fleckenstein' (Iowa)
Below (Wis.)...............ART..................l'kriz (Iowa)
Irish (Wis.)...............RE..............Rokusek (I)l.)
Uteritz (Mich.) . .............Q$ . ........Workman (o. S. U.)
Kipke (Mich.)..............LH...... .....Grange.(ill.)
Martineau (Minn.)..........RH............Lidberg (Minn.)
Taft.....................F ...............Zorn (Chic.)

Up to date only 39 fraternities have
entered the Intramural basketball
tournament. All those who expect to'
ntP mumt t ifnifv their intention with

went into the semi-finals for the fra-
ternity handball championship. Be-
sides Kapp,'Nu, Acacia, Delta Sigma
Pi and Alpha Rho Chi still remain in

Every year with the close of the kick or run, thereby making a better I
football season it, is the custom for ,og in the mac'ne.'
Taft at fullbacli completes the sec-
port Writers throughout the country darydefene he adger' fullback
tp pick mythicalelovens'The. East, put up a wonderful game this year and An idea of te ferorocity of the play is given in this photo, tke in the third perd. The n are far.y wal.
West, the various conferences, and appears to have the edge on his op- lowing in mud
the entire count~ry have their honorary ponents for this job although pushed
evenshard by Zorn of Chicao (By Norman E. Brown) fate by picking up a fumb'e and neared the end. Then came Michigan's
The Daily Sport staff, offers the Eklund, Irslt as Flankers The football season has ended in running YO yards for- a touchdown. vistory.
above selections for the all-Western On the line Eklund of Minnesota and a gloriously sloppy mess, as far as Then Capt. Bill Mallory kicked what Farther West the University of Cal-
Cohiference first and second elevens Irish of Wisconsin have been out- the East is concerned. looked bke a water-soaked leather ifornia stands on the top of a heap of
after a careful study of the merits of standing in their play this year. Ek. Yale emerges triumphant in its mud ! sponge across thetcar for two field headgears adr hip pads-champions
play ear, ull-goals in addition to a goal after theI of the West coast for the fourth con-
Wvery man who has seen action in the lund has been among the best at . coated uniforms, rightful claimant of lone touchdown. secutive season. As a result of his
Big Tqn this season. Balancin portnt nipping the runner behind the line the Eastern football championship. It To Cullen, earnest backfield star, string of victories for the California
than individual work and the men of scrimmage and is an adept at re- has vanquished Princeton, Harvard, the Navy owes it's moral victory i1 institution coach Andy Smith un-
chosen would be expected to work as ceiving passes. Irish is also rated and the Army. I g doubtedly will come East to one of the
a unit. high on the receiving end of his Cornell is the only team which can - holding Army to a tie. Culln's long leading colleges in the near future-ifr
Four Wolverines on Team team's aerial offense. challenge Yale's right to Eastern hon- boots saved the Annapolis lads from money can bring him.
ors but that eleven, powerful as it is, defeat several times.
firs an IgvenoUterirtz, Kipke, Blott and Captain Below of Wisconsin. Th did not play any of the Big Three or In the West the Big Ten Conference OOf the 42 games that have been
Muirhead, Wisconsin and Minnesota choice of Muirhead, needs no explana- either of the service teams. championship cup remains on the played between Yale and Harvard, the
are given three men each and th6 tion to Wolverine fans. The'Maize and Princeton goes down in history as shelf. Michigan and Illinois have Elis have taken 24 as against the 13
other posjtlon goes to Illinois. On Blue veteran has played the best game the saddest spectacle of the year on equal claims on the title, both hav- that have gone to John Harvard's
the second, e ven are two Indians, two of his career lid, showed consistently the Atlantic Seaboard. The Tigers ing gone through their Conference boys. Five ames have resulted in
chicago men, two Ohio Staters, three that he was heaaiaid shoulders above f were licked by Harvard and Yale, games without a defeat. They do not deadlocks.
H'A eye, and one man each from any of the, men who faced him this and annihilated by the Notre Dame meet. Michigan, however, furnished
Hay and onesman season with the possible exception of team from the West. the fireworks of the grand finale. }
rMkl hlgai and Minnesota. ,RTecoi
On the first team in the backfield Below, his ruixng mate at the other The closing games, those between Picked to go down to defeat before IWANT 1ANAGER TRYOUTS
are Uteritz, Kipke, Martineau and tackle. Muriihead is among the bes the Army and Navy and Harvard and the Minnesota steam roller as Uter-
aft* Uteritz, Ci Michigan, is far tackles ever produced at getting down Yale were played in the well known itz Blott and other stars gazed on All men wishing. to tryout for
ahead of any other aspirants for the under kicks and tine'after time during seas of mud. Five minutes after play helplessly from the siedlines, Michi- Iassistant track manager are
quarterback position and though he the past seasot4 he has dropped s the the men were coated from ear gan surprised every one'by licking the }asked to report at Waterman}
'was out of two ganes because of in- safety man in is tracks after one to toe with the stick earth. Some fair Minnesota boys 10 to 0. gymnasium after 3 o'clock any}
juries it seems impossible to keep him Kipke's punts. Below, at the other .rooter at one game remarked that Martieau Overworked afternoon this week. All sopho-
off a mythical all-Conference eleven, tackle, has been the maistay Ofh their faces looked as though they had The result might have been differ- mores are eligible for tryouts.
The ha'back jobs are given to Kip- team's defense and ws on2 of the been getting "clay packs." ent had 'the Minnesota field generals ARTHUR 0. GRAYES,
xe, of Michigan, and Martineau, of big men in the Badger attack through Harvard Surprises Yale used Earl Martineau less frequently Track Manager.
$innesota. The All-American Wolver- the line. Yale, hopeful of walking over the and saved him for supreme moments.
Ihe leader proved. conclusively that he The guards, Captain MclWan of Illi- Crimson team rough shod, won 13 to As it was Martineau was worn to a
was the best punter in the Big Ten and nois and Abramson of Minnesota are 0. "Ducky" Pond sealed Harvard's state of exhaustion before the game Patronize The Daily Advertisers.
his value as a recever of passes and both great' men. McMillan, who was
as a strong man in the backfield on picked on many all-Conference teams - ,, ___._._...............
defense is well.recognized. Martineau, last season, is one of the best men on
the Gopher captain, is chosen over, the line. He is a sure tackler and is
Grange, of Illnois, for the other half-f fine oh opening holes in the opposingF
back posftion. Although Grange is a forward wall. His work this year has'
great star at carrying the ball it is his been even better than that of last sea-
only real accomplishment while Mart- son. Abramson of Minnesota is a
ineau is a triple threat man who can short, chunky man who weighs in the
pass, punt or carry the ball. Grange's neighborhood of 200 pounds and, play- of Quality and
abilty is not underrated but it is cor ing close to the ground, he is probably:.
sidered that Martineau would round the hardest man in the Conference toP . "n
out the backfield better than would the take out of the line of scrimmage.
'Illinois man. When Grange is on the IBlott Chosen as Center
back end of a tandem it is a foregone Blott, at the pivot position, could be
conclusion to all of the opposing team always found within at least five feet
that he' ill carry the ball while with Hof the location of the ball. He was one
Kipke or Martineau in the same place of the best men at following the ball
either one of them is able to pass, (Continued on Page Eight)
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1 en er L0 s Ogt n !;ur y t it *WLlt1 4 m Wia.*X-11 , ~* A fl*
in the next few day as the deadline the running.
will be set soon. Just who will win the tournament
- it is not certain, but after seeing Kap-
The outlook for a record breaking pa Nu perform yesterday it is certain
basketball season among the class and that they will figure in the finals to
independent teams is bright as a num- see if they win the championship for
ber of managers have signified that the third straight time. Alpho Rho
they will enter a team. As soon as a Chi is putting up a great battle, for
few more enter, leagues will be form- they not only have a chance to win
ed and the schedule, which will start the tournament, but winning the semi-
after Christmas vacation, will be an- final game will put them ahead in the
nounced. Any 'independent manager all-around athletic cup race.
can enter in the independent league Acacia has a good team and has
by organizing a team and turning the surprised the handball fans by stiok-
name of his players into the Intramir- ing in the running so long. Delta
al ofifice. Sigma Pi figured 'in the important
games last year and may get a crack
The following speedball games will at the coveted loving cup.
take place, Monday: 4 o'clock, medics The schedule for next week calls
vs. fresh engineers, team 6 vs. team for the following games; Kappa Nu
10. vs.Acacia, Delta Sigma Pi vs. Alpha
Rho, Chi. The deadlines for these
Beginning tomorrow, the following! games has been set at 5 o'clock, Tues-
schedule for pratice for the fraternity day night.
basketball teams will be in force: 6
o'clock, tomorrow, court 1, Delta Chi,.I
I Court 2, Acacia, court 3, Nu Sigma
Nu; 6:30 o'clock, court 1, Delta Upsil-"
on, court 2, Beta Theta Pi, court 3 Al-!
pha Rho Chi; 7 o'clock, court 1, SigmaJ
Alpha Mu, court 2, Phi Rho Sigma,
court 3, Phi Delta Epsilon; 9:45 court
1, Alpha Delta Phi, court 2, Delta Georgia 3, Center 3.
Sigma Pi, court 3, Alpha Chi Rho; . Notre Dame Reserves 13, Toledo
o'clock, Tuesday, court 1, Sigma Chi, University 0.
court 2, Phi Gamma Delta, court 3, Quantico Marines 7, Third Army
Delta Tau Delta: 6:30 o'clock, court Corps 0.
1, Theta Delta Chi, court 2, Phi Mu Boston College 16, Holy Cross 7.
Alpha, court 3, Phi Beta Delta; 7 o'~ Tulsa University 20, University of
clock, court 1, Sigma Phi, court 2, 'Des Moines 0.
Delta Tau Upsilon, court 3, Phi Ep- Mississippi A and M 14, Louisiana
silon Pi; 9:45 o'clock' Wednesday, F State 7.
court 1, Delta Upsilon, court 2, Rich-

ard club, court 3, Sigma Alpha Epsil-
on; 6:30 o'clock, court 1, Zeta Psi,
court 2, Kappa Sigma, court 3, Phi
Delta Theta, 7 o'clock, court 1, Tau
Delta Phi, court 2, Kappa Nu, court 3,
Alpha Sigma Phi, 9:45 o'clock, court
1, Sigma Nu, court 2, Delta Kappa Ep-
silon, court 3, Peers, Court 4, Trigon.
Following the defeat of Phi Beta
Delta by' Kappa Nu yesterday at
Waterman gymnasium, four taeams


All sophomores interested in
trying out for the position of In-
tramural manager should report
at the Intramural office today.,



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