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FOTA E RBenkeert LeadsRIH HOLDS 1924 Slaughter Anad Brown Selected
mnTBL TDY Eaxst In col i ng DN .*,*T inii n-rra For Mythical Team By Writer

t u UUU B I ~ Ilti Benkert, the sensational halfback D 1 hfU I
ed his lead ad wnte scoring title YIIi h(!4A PAERSA-
Sqa ilb nrae yOhramong the leading scorers in the !I Arer11i 1 Y I~l( TEN E-F
(~idriiPayr Epctd Eastern Interco legiate football cir- j"~i~tIlliCH)L
suit in sieo h atta i an Average o .9S; Loyest
tRprttem did not play in any late season I in FheoYYear,,lWih a mythical All-Conferencei
rgames. -- s~en be ings named by practically!c
DAVIS, FRFIEDMAN RE~ADS ( By scoring 16 touchdowns and four I BASLER MAKES GAIN vcr v so rs eiorikeMdleWs
points after touchdowns, Benkert en- ______ h rates the title, Michigan playersrf
F!ootball added two more men to tered into the century column, with Iieb ie oiin npac
Coach Mather's Varsity basketball: an even 100 points. Benkert has the Babe Ruth, home run kig of t~ ee en gvnpsiinco r
major leearuesmlid tthenAwhiihai
squad yesterday when Friedman and distinction of being the only player jorlagele m Aei a ad.I
Davis reported for practice in Yost I on the eastern gridiron to score in League sluggers for the 1924 season 1 Te atet elevn which merits sr- '
hield house. the three figure class, with an average of .378 for 15 gans , i consideration is that chosen by
Friedman, after making a success: John McBride of Syracuse worked which put him Well ahead of the fi ld, i-j1y Evans, promnent sports writer,
of his efforts on the gridiron will up into second place by scoring tiree'jaccording to official figures jut re- wh-1o chooes Prown of Micigan as1
make 'a bid for a position on the Var- field goals against Columbia, Thanks- leased.cntrohifrsCneeceien
ity court squad. Davis, the tmallest: giving (ay, bringing his total to 901i Chaley Jamieson, Cleveland out- ndSauhtro;Mihga1a neo
man on this season's, football team; points. Tyron, the Colgate flash, fail- I fielder, stood next in line aiong the his<gurds dadsoihia
will try for a position as forward. ed to increase his total and finish- plyr ih10o oe gmes toaRckw .Elwadhon iasiakl and
Domhoff and Stamman, both letter ed a close third with 89 points. their credit. He batted 35. Bib F+ai, qatrakrs~eiey ntese
men from this year's grid team, are; Koppisch of Columbia and Bruder of o Chicago, Edie Collins, of the sam neontem
both basketball men, but it is doubtful West Virginia advanced over Hazel of ItaHry1IianadJony an adi onimtont h
whether or not they will report to Rlutgers during the last week of theI Bassler, both of Detroit, Goose Gosln,1 seection of mi All-Conference bac-
Coach Mather. Brown, captain-elect'' season. Koppisch finished fourth wit1~of Washington, Tris Speaker of Clve- l onsdo ahn rne
of the 1925 football team, was a guard 78 points, by scoring 13 touchdowns and Ed 'Miller of Phrilaelphia, and Bak ooerd ofIdh .ArlmostGraneer
candidate last year, and may be out; during the 1924 eason.Gln MytoCevadcipts readLdbg.Amteey,
for practice soon. The records of the first twenty tennirtMy0ahtt fevinteandco lt Tywitr of prominenceha chosen that
Gregory and Hall have both been players en leading Eastern teams fol- Cobb, the veteran Detroit plyer-man '-ttfohi myiclbkfed
working out with the squad in theI low: (aer, fell one notch short. His average Other rtergs vary the combination
field house since the close of the foot- TD TP FG TisI was .338. by inrserting hoas of Chicago or
ball season. Benkert, Rutgers .......16 4 0 100! The most outstanding climb of any S'htte of Minnesota, both of whomi
Coach Mather has his squad down to McBride, Syracuse...... 17 15 11 90 one player over his last year's formn ..rc half backs regulary, at thle full-t
twenty men as a result of a cut made Tyron, Colgate .........14 5 0 891iwas that of Johnny Bassler who arose iv~c ek cstin.{
last week. With the additions of the Koppisch, Columia . ..13 0 0 78, from .298 to .346, tying with harry vans first team consists of Ott.
five or six football men that are ex- Wentwrth, N. Flamm. ... 10 12 2 78 Heilman at that figure. ow, and Cunningham, Ohio State. at{r
peeted to report, Coach Mather will Bruder, 1V. Va.........12 5 0 77 Heilmann and Jo Sewell, of Clve- ends, Gody of Chicago and Hancockir
ave a capacity squad., Hazel, Rutgers. ......... 6 25 4 73( land, tied at making two has hits, "'"Iw. at the tackles, Slaughter oft
The final cut will be made in the Farley, W. Va......... 9 11 0 65 each collecting 45. Goose Goslin bat ichia~an and Pondeik of Chicago, atIc
course of a few weeks will reduce the Kruez, Pennsylvania ..6 8 6 62( 17 triples to his credit, one more than gpards, and Brown of Michigan ati
squad to twenty men. Eckberg, W. Va......9r<05 Heilmann slammed out. Ruit , o ~fltCi'. Te backfield consists of
/The opening game on the Michigan' Chickonski, Lafayette 8 2 0 48 course, led in home runs, hitting the Parkn, Crsn 'e, Baer, and Lidberg.I
schedule is to be played on Dec. 13, Wester, Cornell. ........ 8 0 0 48 ball for the circuit 46 times. ,lo The second te am chosen by the i
with the Michigan Aggie five as an Oberlander, Dartm'th ... 8 0 0 48; Hauser, of Connie Mac's Athletc, writer consists of P'ula.;i of Wison-l
opponent. The following week the Graham, F'ordham....... 5 12 2 48, was second in this department with 27 -,in and Ruian c of Iowa, ens, Edwards
team will journey down to Louisville Douglas, Pensylvania ..8 '0 0 48'four baggers. Eddie Collins ld th(c of Micihigan and (Cox of Minnesota,c
to play the Unversity of Kentucky in Darling, Bos. Col. ....... 7 3 0 45bsetelr-it 2brgais1BbIcks baamo fMinst
another practice tilt. The openingi Prevost, Pen. State...... 1 16 7 43!I Meusel of the Yankees, was econ(1 ':i Iebsr;;en of Wisconsin. guards.
game on the Conference schedule will W. Baker, Penn. State.. 7 0 0 42 'with 26 thefts. Samre Rice, of ~he yn- aind Btler o' ndana, center. The j
not be played until Jan. 10 against Whetstonle, Cornell...... 4 12 1 39j ators, had 24 and Ty Cobb Al.lot :- scnd backfield consists of Rockwell
Northwestern. -Cadlin, W. & J. ........ 6 2 0 38 fjger Stan Harris, of thle chanion- of Mchgan at quarter. Thomas of<
ship Senators, outdistanced the field1,(Chiea+go and Schute of Minnesota,Ii
in sacrifice hits, with 46. Bill libmls- alfbacks, and McCarty of Chicago,
j S Gel 'j N BPIgass with 37 trailed Ila ris.11Ruth1 ulback.c
FROSH HABIERS W S ON I D IL led in total bases, with 351. Stmn l cutio{
erceae 1 and5Ruthisnseen firstllCofeenexeas tre
WILAD F DD L O PAI f1 st is The first eamn linrs up as follows:
Coaches Arndt and Davis ha~d Squ aid Five Reglars Form Nulens for This time since 11 thatte Aeia Cunningham, hi State, and
of 50 Candidates Report. Year's Basketbal Squad; ,League batting champions have ' V1<aaeel, Illinois; tackles, Hancoc,.
ing All Seasoii Team C~~~iifident an average of less than .00. In !'21, IwadEwrs ihgn urs
ingAllSeaonTea CofidntIov andEdwrd, D~iciga: uars, Detroit set the rmark Wth . . 1 , 81(1Abramon, innesota, and Pondelik,t
MENTORS RAN WITH MEN MEN IN GOOD CONDITIONI three other clubs did .30 r better. quaicao cntr, Gowd, Chicago;
IThe general trend this y'arr was a quartrback. Parkin, Iowa; halfbacks,
declne in tie hitting of the juniior range, Illinois, andI Baker, North-'
One of the strongest squads of sopjh- Madison, Wis.,. Dec. .- With the, ciicuit. In 1923 Harry Heilmann lad wvesern; fullback, Schutte. Minnesota.i
omrore cross country runners that first game of the cage season but three ! the individual race with a miark of The second team includes: ends.
ever reported to Coach Steve Farrell i .403, and Ruth followed hie with Barnes, Chicago. and Otte Iowa;
should be on hand next fall when the weeks away, Coach W. E. Meaiwe1 is 39. Both these then dlropp d iiotii('- tac ls, Olson, Iowa, and Cox Minne-
veteran mentor makes his call for driving his squad hard in order to ably, and the general run of h1illrs stl: guards, Slaughter, Michigan, andI
varsity harriers, if the performances have a smooth working combination lid not come up to last year's rcord:,. ieerstein, Wisconsin; center, Coop- I
of the freshman this fall are any by that time. The first team to be'Ie,'dneoa;qatIbcrokel
criterion of their worth. Out of a me ilb ePuwuiest.;r~n, ~ nni ician; halfbacks, Thomas, Chicago,j
squd o 60menthat reported for r 1133 I and arks, Indiana; fullback, Lidberg,hlteCadnlagrtoa2to1 ES199N99 C p
ractice at the start of the season. sor i teratlehee as wnir
50 worked out all fall and ran forsr. eainelal elautwtem that _-
D.Mawlwilptata thtD P ytheir numerals in the final race. j ridmazn is the onlyillschigan man
Two men, Wells and Brown have iikveypwruonaern Iiciake the third team, being p)ut at
r, stood out as the fastest men among' flor this season. With Captain Die- I a liac. ed Miller and Bob Brown!r
the yearlings all season, and both ( bold, Wackman, Varney, Barwig,I Group 5 was the winner in th <, .'Qi mentin.
should make a strong bid for a var-' Spooner regulars of last year's squad,; boling contest conducted by te r n
city berth next year.i back, and a potent group of sopio- (derlass department of tie Ta or ' 8*La ihigan man is mentioned
The new plaiy of putting the fresh- inmre cagers in uniform, it appears ing the past throee \\',: s~ )UW 'or the aul-Conference team picked
man under two former varsity stars, that the Badgers should stand high inAWi. L. Diener chiairman ci ne iho u"U:by te iaily Ilini, the official Stu-
Ray Arndt and Harry Davis proved a; Big Ten circles at the season's li- I lerlass department. The> '505 err;,,napbicationr at the University of
complete siuccess. Each e'ay these' max.! on the winning team wreS. St'., i tlii 101is. Slughtr s plaiced at guard
men ran right along with the mien All the men are in good condition, Weinman, Weinenger, Rosental, S ra:c' , t(hvitn Steg' i' at ), fi-en the
and so were able to coach them all 'and are eager for battle. No injuries' son. Stewart was high man ui jPjIa~
the way around the coursie, showing' of serious nature have as yet hand- core of 204 for a single gam11e. ---------------- -- = --
them their faults and helping them to! capped the squad and when the whis- M'edals for the wining team ha c 3crrctter n rctc. s oh!te lwsfr hesar f h Dnau be odre y h nnao advi u
coaches have had three years underi game the regulars and substitutes; distributed as soon as they a vivo. r:. + HEIUILJ iROMJ
CochFarrell the squad should be will all be set to start a strenuous -____
vels chooled in his methods when season.
they report to him next fall. ___________FATEXNfITY gIi< JICfS OSTIC

Volley ball oampetition bet wceu the

Syracuse Enrout e
To Los Angeles
Albuquerque, N. M,, Dec. 1,-Mem-
bers of the Syracuse football team
will p~ractice here today and tomuorrow
before continuing their journey to the

The first eleven is as follows: ends,'
Kassell, Illinois, and Cunningham,'
Ohio State; tackles, Cox, M~innesotaj
and Gowdy, Chicago; giards, Ponde-
lik Chicago and Abranson, innesota;
center, Claypool, Purdue; quarteback,i
Graham, Minnesota; halfaks, Grange,
Illinois, and Baker, Northwestern;i
fullback, Schutte, Minnesota. The1
second choice is as follows: eds, Ott,
Iowa, and Pulaski, Wisconsin; tackles,I
[arris, Wisconsin, and Galloway, Iowa;
guards, Slaughter, M4icigan, and Po-
krass, Chicago; center, Teckmeyer,
Wisconsin; quarterback, Parki n, Iow a;
halbacks, Steger, Mlichigan and
Thomas, Chicago; fullback, Weincke,
Chicago's championship football
squad will have an oportunty to
meet Michigan next fal for the first
time in fiva seasons according to an
announcement made yesterda after-
noon by Fielding H. Yost, director of
athletics, who will leave Friday for
the Big Ten schedule mcting at Chi-
Ever since 1929 when Alono1
Stagg's loven was defeated I y -Mic-
igan on Ferry field there has been a
lapse of relations on t e rdirn and
considerable agitation for a rnn
tion has b)een felt by thle athorties.
Last year Miian di! its becst to'
schedule the Merroons but tejr celi(,di
ule was filled and Chicago refised.
Chicago's babit c f chedulin ;O
smaller schools in the> Big Ten in nrre-
ference to stronger teams has causel
confusion this year -'rhn the Corfer-
once title was wna ):i,h;;*e iare s 1,,v
virtue of defeats f:: thc three woatke i'
teams inl thr- ( irsit, Northwe.:crn,
Purdue and lnaiaaa.
Coach Yost is just as aN'o 1 1
ebedule the Mii Iha .l erm as are the
sopporters ( £ [w s';ools and .; v
aTbsolute rfusa n I h, part of iug
V.11l prevet a 1,e eing playi~l
tween tharn; wheo ~ar ter grid: ron
Ge^,ion arrive;
Th rill Offered
Ski Enthusiasts
Skiing enthuiasts t the Lnier,?ity
have been given a boost by the n
nouncement that Guy L. Mollicn
who conducts the riding sables here
is at work perfecting a nw form f
skiing. He proposes to have horses
draw the skiiers along a snow-pack:-
ed race track. In the past the sl'iier
have used the hills of the Arbrtum.
near tile Boulevad.
Good Looking
Society Brand

They are big, burly, broad
in the shoulders, full in
the back, long in the skirt;
the best of storm coats,
the best-looking overcoats
we have seen this season.
At $40, they are certainly
the best overcoat values
we have ever been able
to offer you.
Other Society Brand

giroups will start tomorrow. .ll gamesj coast where they will tackle the Uni-
v.111 be play.-2.1 in Waternian gymnas- 4 versity of Southern California on Sat-
I i)and wii be tinder theo sapervision urday.
of officials,1in the . nt= amura l do- The Easterners are in fairly good
x E: tment. '-rft soled sftce,, to01:11 or j condition after a grueling season.
j shoes ?.mtst be wo:.i by all play- 1Tile game will be played at Los An-
er's. It is cr egested ht< ai al fresi-; gobs.
:nn lesir:in' to partici.ral : fr their -
gi-oup either communicate v ithl theirj
can, .ain beforehand or see himr before 5001on as possible. A deadline will be
hle gamlie t." the team assi<:nme??nt. A2inorThursdIay's paper.
lar'geo It'L is expecte l fo. this ac-;
ivitv. '1'te schedule as prs-parcd is!f
Livm~ een cud every gro,,iL i mimber I FRESHMTAN TRACK NOTICE
should cut it out and refer to it. j
Games start tomorrow night. J All freshman- trick men are
Wednesday, December 3rd, 8: 30 P.' Ij asked to report at Waterman
M. Group 1 vs. Group 2; Group 3 vs. I gymnasium any afternoon this 5
Group 4. 9:00 P. M. Group 5 vs. week.
Group 6. Charles Hoyt,
Thursday, December 4th, 8:30 P. M.: 1 Coach.
fGroup 5 vs. Group 7; Group 1 vs.;Gop39:0P M. rup2v
Group 4. _________________
Wednesday, December 10th, 8:30 P. j
'M. Group 1. vs. Group 4; Group 61
vs. Group 7. 9:00 P. M. Group 2 vs.

! Te second halft of thle first round
of the inter-fraternity wrestling tour-1
nainent will he run off tonlight at
Waterman gymnasium. It is imlpera-
tive that the entrants report prompt-
ly at the time (lesigna ted ready to 1)0
weighed in. Tardiness or absence will
mean a default.
Following is the schedule: Phi Kap-
pa vs. Phi Sigma Kappa, 7 o'clock;
Theta Delta Chi vs. Delta Upsilon,
7:20 o'clock; Sigma Alpha Mu vs. Dl~e-
ta Tau IUpsilon at. 7:40 o'clock; Phi
Sigma Delta vs. Phi Kappa Tan, S
o'clock; Nu Sigma Nu vs. Alpha Rap-I
pa Lambda, 5:20 o'clock; Phi Chi vs.
Sigma Phi, 8:40 o'clock; Trheta Chi
vs. Phi Gamma Delta, 9 o'clock; Sig- I
ma Chi vs. Ph Kappa Alpha, 9:20;
The following teams have qualifiedj
in bowling: Phi Gamma Delta 2357,
Sigma Chi, 2330, Phi Sigma Kappa'
2325, Delta Alpha Epsilon 2339, Phi
Chi 2242, Delta Upsilon 2240, Sig-
ma Alpha Mu 2233, Beta Theta Pi;
2198. Eight more team, will qualify
and their names will be announced
'Thursday in the Daily as a few teams
have been delinquent in turning in
Iscares. These teams should roll as


c4 BIG, full cut, ru~ged
coat to ward off 'Winter
blasts. The rich woolens,
j both imported and domes-
tic, endow them with dis-
tinction as well as comfort.
I $3950 to $4950
Campus 1Bomery, 304 S.' Stat'
r ~JanuaAr~t'1and 30th.
Out style memo. book sent free on~ request

- - For the first time in her football
West Point, N. Y., Dec. 1.--.Hlenry, history, Harvard has been outscored
W. Baxter, of Chester, Pa., was elect- by hey- opponents this season. The
ed to captain the Army football team ' Crimsoni scored 61 points as against
for the 1925 grid campaign here to-' 78 for her rivals.

'.Practice sessions for teaum ,
Ientered in the fraternity sw=imi-
f inn meet, will 1)0 hold from
4:45 to 5:45 o'clock on Tuesday,
Iand 3:30 to 4:30 on Thursda;<,
Iof this week.

Ks.. Wic., Dec. 1.-Athletic Di-
i '9ee hwinoas 1:. Jones, of thle Uni-
r~t of Wiscomnsin, 1has handed in
his resignation. A special umeeting
of the> regents andI council has been;
-cazlled to take action on the resigna-
t mo en esMe r ca successoi'.

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