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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1924

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The Schedules SECRET PRACTICE
FOOTBALL
Oct. 3.-M. A. C. at Ann Arhor I
Oct. 10.-Indiana at Ann Arbor.
Oct. 17.-Wisconsin at Madison.
Oct. 24.-Illinois at Champaign. i
Oct. 81.-Navy atAnn Arbor. ; Coachl Maiier to Reduce S4uad to 15
Nov. 7.-Northwestern at Chicago. i Finl lit,; Many Men Expected
Nov. 14.-Ohio State at Ann Arbor. !n 1ebtehry
Nov. 21.-Minnesota at Ann Arbor.
FIRST GAME SATURDAY
BASEBALL
May 2.--dllinois at Ann Arbor. With only a week left to prepare
May 4.-Wisconsin at Ann Arbor. for the first game on the 1925 has-
May 8.-Northwestern at Evanston. ketball schedule, which is to be play-
May 9.-Wisconsin at Madison. eId here Saturday, against the Michi-
May 15.-Minnesota at Ann Arbor. I gan Aggie fire, Coach Mather will
a May 16.-Minnesota at Ann Arbpr. hold his final practice sessions be-
May 22.--linois at Champaign. hind closed doors.
May 25.--Iowa at Iowa City. Coach Mather has held scrimmages
May 30.-Iowa at Ann Arbor. IR every practice this last week in
June 12.-Ohio at Ann Arbor. an ei fort to detect the mistakes of
J-une 13.-Ohio State at Columbus. his nuen in the minor points of the
-- -game. This week's workouts will
TILACK cover the plays that the Wolverines
Ttdlor expect to use against the Aggie five.
Feb. 28.-Illinois. relays at Cham- The squad has been reduced to 19j
paign. men as a result of the numerous cuts
Mar. 12, 1;, 14.--Indoor Conferenco ma'de during the fall season. Early in
at Evanston. October over fifty mien answered
Mar. 28.-Cornell at Ann Arbor. Coach Mather's call for candidates.1

M ic h g a n T a m sS I I U E l E
y Have W on Eight ( CHOSLIEUIN;LI
BigTen TilesOC
1 chigan has won the undisputed
Big Ten football champion ship twice, ;Edliff Slaughter, regular guard on
s thothe soo Mi higan's football teams for the past
Ci.nerene titles. This record how- three years, was chosen to fill onre f
Chi- the guard positions on the all-Ameri-
ever, S nurotsuwpase that of the n-can mythical football team chosen byI
ca.~( ,,miai ooons, who lhuve taken the un- Norman E. Brown, sports editor c'
lisputed title sa times. the Central Press association.
Owing to M1chigan's withdrawal Four stars of the Western grid-

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Ouf4sor the end of each week's training so as
April 18.--Ohio relays at Columbus. 1 to give the men plenty of opportunity
April 25.-Drake and Penn relays. to show their worth. With a few ad-
May 9.-Ohio State at Ann Arbor. ditional men reporting at the end ofr
May 16.-Illinois at Champaign. the football season, Coach Mather is
May 23.-Wisconsin at Ann Arbor. forced to make another cut. The fi-
June 5, 6.-Outdoor Conference at nal cut will be made Wednesday!
Columbus. which will drop four men, making a
June 20.-National Intercollegiates total of 15 men to be carried through-
at Chicago. out the- season. This number may
-- be increased at the end of the first
WRESTLING semester, if any of the men that Coach
Jan. 17.-M. A. C. at Lansing. j Mather counted on to be available for
Jan. 24.-Ohio State at Ann Arbor. competition this year, become eligible.
Feb. 9.-Purdue at Lafayette. Morgaridge, Kuenzel, and Krueger,
Feb. 14.-Iowa at Iowa City. should make the squad if they become
Feb. 21.-Illinois at Ann Arbor. eligible in February.
Feb. 28.-Wisconsin at Ann Arbor. ! The probable lineup for the game
Mar. 6.-Indiana at Ann Arbor. Saturday has not been announced as
!yet. Captain Haggerty, Red Cherry,
SWIMMING and Dick Doyle, all from last year's
Jan. 17.-M. A. C. at Lansing. Iteam should fill three of the fivel
Jan. 24.-Chicago at Chicago. places. Gregory, who has showed anJ
Feb. 14.-Wisconsin at Madison. unusual amount of speed in the prac-
Feb. 28.-Indiana at Ann Arbor. tice scrimmages held thus far, will
Mar. 13, 14.-Conference meet at probably get in the game as a sub-
Iowa City. stitute at one of the forward positions.
Belgrade, Dec. 6. 'Communists stu- Berlin, Dec. 6.-There are 4,600 can-
dents, clashed with the police Thurs- didates for the less than 500 seats in
day and a dozen were wounded. the Reichstag in tomorrow's elections.

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from tihe Western Intercollegiate foot-
,all conference from 1906 to 1917, the
Wolverines have not had an even
chance to equal the record of the Ma-
roons. In 1898 and 1902 the Wolver-
incs stood out alone as the leaders
of the Conference teams. The Chicago
aggregation won the title three times
during the time that Michigan was
out of the Big Ten circle.
Minnesota has scored a record
equal to that of Michigan teams, win-
ning the title eight times, sharing it
six times, and proving to be the un-
disputed champions on two occasions.
The list of Conference champions
is as follows:
1897-Wisconsin
1898-Michigan
1899-Chicago
i900-Minnesota and Iowa
1901-Michigan and Wisconsin
1902-Michigan
1903-Michigan and Minnesota
1904--Michigan and Minnesota
1905-Chicago
1906-Minnesota and Wisconsin
1907-Chicago
1908-Chicago
I1909-Minnesota
1910-Minnesota and Illinois
1911-Minnesota
1912-Wisconsin
1913-Chicago
19141-Illinois
1915-Minnesota and Illinois
1916-Ohio State
1917-Ohio State
1918-Illinois and Michigan
1919-Illinois
1920-Ohio State
1921-Iowa
1922-Michigan and Iowa
1923-Michigan and Illinois
1924-Chicago
Washington, Dec. 6. - Edward T.
Clark, personal secretary to President
Coolidge, has decided to retain his
present host.

iron were chosen for berths in the
backfield. Three of Coach Rockne's
"four horsemen" and Red Grange, the
sensational Illini halfback, make up
the backfield of the first team. Stuhl-
dreher, of Notre Dame was given th'2
preference over Darling of Boston
College as being the leading quarter-
back in the country.
Wakefield of Vanderbilt and Craig
of Pennsylvania were picked as the
best pair of flank men. Weir of Ne-
braska and Starobin of the Syracuse
eleven were the first choice of guards.
Lovejoy of Yale is rated as the best
center in the country. Garbisch of the
Army was given a place on third team
as center.
The first three teams are as fol-
lows :
First Team
Ends-Wakefield of Vanderbilt,
Craig of Pennsylvania.

all-time football standing of the West-
Ann Arbor high s:2I0ol is repro- ern Intercollegiate conference, by go-
sented on the Detroit News mythical ing through the 1E(24 football season
all-state football team by :Becks, star without a defeat. The standing now
colon d tackle of the local team, and gives the Maroons a two point lead
by Cajtain Walsh, who is given the over Michigan, Chicago having .739,
honor to captain the second team. while the Wolverines fall short with
The strong Flint. eleven, which do- .737.
feated the Ann Arbor tean in the ! The all-time football standing com-
Slastgame of the season, is represent- putes only the games played between
ed on the first team by Brazil, and actual members of thy; Conference and
Young, Starnard, Wills, and Edgerton, does not include any games in which
all of the Flint team are given places either team playing was not a member
on the second team. to the Conference at the time of the
Detroit teams failed to place a man game. The Wolverines dropped out
on the first team, but managed to of the Conference from 1906 to 1917,
placep men on the second team. Moel- during which time Michigan won sev-
1ler of Detroit Western, and Van North- oral games from Conference schools.
wick, Detroit Northwestern, were If these Michigan victories were in-
piven places on the line. eluded the results would put the Wol-
Curtis, of the Battle Creek team, veoines in the lead with a safe mar-
was chosen to captain the mythical )- asin.
I team. The all-time standing reads as fob
The first and second mythical all- lows:
state elevens are: Football Standing 1897.1924
First Team Teams G W L T Pct.
End-Moret, (Jackson Chicago..........152 105 37 10 ..739
Tackle-fecks, Ann Arbor Michigan..........59 42 15 2 .737
Guard-Hicks, G. R. South Ohio State........ 49 28 18 3 .608
Center-Kanitz, MuskegonI Minnesota........100 54 38 8 .587
Guard-Westgate, Kalamazoo Wisconsin........110 55 42 13 .569
(Continued on Page Seven) Illinois ...........127 65 50 12 .565
-- Iowa.............. 75 34 39 2 .465
Northwestern.....100 26 78 6 .250
NO TICE Indiana ............87 20 62 5 .244
Purdue ...........101 20 74 7 .212
The Ensian will glady receive j --
any pictures taken this fall of (jTokyo, Dec. 6.-Kotaro Mochizuki,
campus scenes, initiations, fall- Kenseikai, one of the legislators
games, and other events of in- most actively interested in relations
i terest. Any expenses incurred ( with the United States, will leave for
will be met with. America shortly for an extended
[_ I tour.

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Tackles-We-ir of Nebraska, Staro-1
bin of Syracuse.
Guards-Slaughter o f Michigan,
Diehl of Dartmouth.
Center-Lovejoy of Yale.
Quarter - Stuhldreher o f Notre
Dame.
Halfbacks-Grange of Illinois,
Crowley of Notre Dame.
Fullback-Layden of Notre Dame.
(Continued on Page Seven)

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