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THE MICHIGAN DAILY SATURDAY, NOVEMBER

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lOUNE AWARDS
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men, Reserves, and Physical Ed
F otballers Given
Numerals
kTHLETES HONORED
ty men of the freshman foot-
quad, 18 members of the reserve
and 12 men on the coaching
's team, will be awarded num-
according to a bulletin issued
athletic offices yesterday.
of the 150 freshmen that re-
for practice at the start of the
, approximately 80 men com-
the season's training. Out of
) that remained on the squad,
0 earned the award. Attendance
37 practices held this fall, and
otball caliber of the men, were
into consideration in choosing
tmeral men.
freshmen closed the season
a victory over Coach Fisher's
e team Thursday afternoon
6-0 score. Earlier in the sea-
.e yearlings turned in a victory
he coaching school team.
men of the freshman squad
kill be awarded numerals are:
, Babcock, Bybee, Bowen, Cow-
Douglas, Fitzpatrick, Fuller,
i1, Green, Hellerman, Irwin,
n, Kelley, McKendrick, Maresh,
son, Miller, Norton, Nickerson,
Palmeroli, Parsons, Remsee-
Sauer, Schwentker, Thisted,
Wells, and Rose.
arve men who have earned the
are: Jones, Johnson, Kilpat-
McCafree, Young, Maentz, Ny-
Schmiegel, Schoenfeld, Sponsel-
vage, Weber, Weinberger, Baer,
r, Charter, Fortson, and Pal-
ners of numerals on the coach-
hool team are: Barley, Bugni,
n, Jones, Kane, Moffett, Molen-
immerening, Puckelwartz, Kid-
Smit, and Weiss.
LVERJINES MEETC
IWA TEAM TDAY
Continued from Page One)
igan's squad, in almost perfect
on after its long and grueling
, will present a formidable
o the Hawkeyes. Tod Rockwell
ws become one of the sensations
Conference season because of
nderful recovery of form after
.nois game and who is at pres-
thin one point of leading the
snce scorers will be a good
for Captain Parkin at quar-
. Rockwell can punt, pass or
.th the ball, and is a good
at either branch of the game.
i Herb Steger whose injuries
ted him from reaching top
vthe Ohio game will do a good
if the running today and is ex-
to play the game of his career
ligan.
Friedman, the thrower of the
"soft ball" will be ready to
his first Conference season, in
he has risen from obscurity to
in practically perfect shape.
ssing and off tackle dashes i
een one of the big factors in
in's string of four straight
ence victories and today he
play a large part in the Wol-1
attack. Dutch Marion who has
d from a fairly good end to a
lass fullback in the last two
will start in the position which
k after Jim Miller's injury.

. Ohio he was brilliant and his
5 gave Michigan a good num-
first downs.
gan's line will be the same
started against the Buckeyes.
and Flora will play the ends,
s and Hawkins, the tackles,
:er and Steele at the guards,
b Brown at center. The entire
as shown improvement since
rt of the schedule. Flora has
well ever since the Illinois
Edwards is without doubt one
best tackles in the West, the
an be said for Butch Slaugh-
eft guard, and Bob Brown has
. his better this year. Hawkins
en his transfer from guard to
without slackening his pace.
.s as dependable a lineman as
n has and Grube is in top

Records Givei
Yostmen Edge
Wolverine football teams have a
decided edge on the Hawlgeye teams
in past grid battles, winning three out
of the four previous meetings of the
two teams.
The Hawkeyes defeated the Michi-
gan team in 19G0, the first football
game between the two schools, with a
score of 28-5. The Wolverines
avenged that defeat by running up a
50-0 victory the following year and
overwhelming the Hawkeyes in 1902I
with a 107-0 score.
After a lapse of 21 years, relations
on the gridiron were resumed at Iowa
City last year when the Conference
champions administered another de-
feat to the Iowa aggregation.

MEETS, ANN ARBOR
Holloway's Eleven to Meet Powerful
Lumberjacks This
Morning
CAPTAIN WALSH OUT

Past Michigan-Iowa-
follows:
1900-Iowa 28
1901-Iowa 0
1902-Iowa 0
1923-Iowa 3

scores are asI

Michigan
Michigan
Michigan
Michigan

5
50
107
9
171

Ann Arbor High School's football
team will play its last game on Wines
field at 10:30 o'clock this morning
when the Purple and White meet the
powerful Saginaw Eastern eleven in
their annual battle.
With a record of not losing a game
on the local field for two years to de-
fend and a tie game with the lumber-
jacks last year that kept the locals
from sharing the State Championship
with Muskegon to avenge, Coach Hol-
loway's men have their work cut out
for them.
Saginaw's record is not so impres-
sive this year as'they have fallen sev-
eral times but in their last two games
they have shown marked improve-
ment and can be expected to give
their best to defeat Ann Arbor.
Having depended most of the year
on forward passes to bring her vic-
tories, Ann Arbor is going to be ser-
iously handicapped by the absence of
her captain and star quarterback
"Eddie" Walsh, who has figured
prominently .in all of the locals vic-

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Cardinals MeeBL
Staggmen Today R
(Special to The Daily)
Madison, Wis., Nov. 21.-The Badg- The qualifying round for the fresh-
er team left for Chicago this morn- man group bowling tournament end-
ing, and there will have their final ed last night and the teams are now
workout of the season at Grant Park formed for the final round which, will
this afternoon.
The Wisconsin plans and lineup for take place at the Union alleys on
the Chicago tilt remain a mystery Wednesday night, November 26th, at
with the team holding lengthy ses- eight o'clock.
sions behind closed gates. Even (old All the alleys will be reserved for
grads were not admitted to the final the freshmen at this time and all
practice, and consequently the rum- freshmen group men are urged to be
ors are flying thick and fast. Reports present at this time to see the
are that Ryan plans using Schwarze, matches. The following teams have
Doninini, and Sauger, Badger heavy- been announced. It is imperative thatj
weights, in the center of the line, to all these men be at the Union prompt-
stop the rushes of McCarthy and ly at eight o'clock Wednesday niht.'
Thomas. After tiring Stagg's best, Medals will be given to the team withj
Ryan plans on putting in his lighter the best score.
linemen and cleaning things up. Group 1. John Conwell, C. Champ,
Another report is that Teckmeyer Hugh Bergey, R. Augustine, R. Bruce,
will play end instead of center. It is Alternate, H. Chappell.j
certain that Ryan's real plans will Group 2. J. T. Haddon, B. W. Han-
not be revealed until the two teams cock.
begin playing. Group 3. W. S. Ives, L. Leeson, 11.
.Goldberg, A. E. Jackson, M. J. Hun-.
tories for the past two years. He is ( gerford. Alternate, E. LaRowe.
out with a sprained ankle received in t Group 4. E. MacRae, N. L. Miller,
the Highland Park game a week ago. H. G. Lotzke.
Group 5. Gerald Stuart, H. L. Wen-
Lisbon, Nov. 21.-Premier Gaspard's inger, W. J. Weinman, L. Rosenthal,
cabinet has resigned, following a vote Harold Rattner. Alternate, Ralph
of lack of confidence. VanArman.

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Group 7. J. Zabit, Clyde Yost, Fred
Lang, Marcus Salchow, Morgan Nor-'
ton. Alternate, Herbert Scofield.-
State College, Pa., Nov. 21.-Penn
State will not meet the University ofI
Washington in a post-season football
game at Seattle, according to an an-'
nouncement made tonight by Hugo
Bezdek, director of athletics.

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De Clouds Arc Gwine to Roll Away Vernon Dalhart
drifting to You Marcia Freer-Lewis James
At the End of the Sunset Trail
Marcia Freer-Lewis James
DANCE RECORDS

Fancy diving candidates for
the Varsity swimming team will
report at the Field house at 4
o'clock Monday afternoon for
the first practice of the year.
Coach Barnes and Papenguth,
the only diver back from last
year's squad, will be in charge.

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SWIMMING NOTICE

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Cambridge, Mass., Nov. 21.- The
suggestion that Harvard stadium be
renamed the Haughton stadium in
memory of Percy D. Haughton, form-
er Harvard football coach, who died
recently in New York, was made in a
letter to the Harvard Crimson today
by Malcolm J. Logan, quarterback on
Haughton's great eleven -of 1914 at
Harvard.

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OST young men today
know the importance of
looking fit. Good ap-
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in the game of life. The young
man who dresses with taste has
a decided advantage.
n3ut-it is surprising how little
thought the average man gives
to his hat. It is his crown, yet he
seems to stop dressing at the neck.
Be careful in your selection of
your headwear. When you buy a
hat, select a Stetson. Its style is
right, its quality means long wear.

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and Student Supplies
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Favorite Irish Jigs-Medley-"Dublin Jig"--"Geese in
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McConnell's Four Leaf Shamrocks
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WALK-OVER'S FIFTIETH ANN1V ERSAR

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can walk in comfort. First of all, it is a style shoe,
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inch of leather and every stitch of thread. It is more than
that. It is supremely comfortable, made on that famous
Walk-Over last which has made friends with millions of
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or time,) 1:30 Central time.
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