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SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1926 ' THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE SEVEN

EASTERN RI1VALS MAY
CQME TO AGREEMENT"
Expect Princeton To Accept Council
Invitation For Settlement
By Conference
'AWAIT OFFICIAL ACTION
(Bly Associated Press)
PRINCETON, N: J., Nov. 13.-Pros-
pects for restoration of relations be-
tween Princton and Harvard appeared
brighter today. An invitation for "a
complete and frank discussion of the
grievances of each university," ten-'
dered by Harvard to Princeton, will
be accepted by Princeton, judging
from the opinion of a spokesman.
The invitation was sent last night
by the Harvard studejit council to the
Princeton senior council. It was in!
reply to a letter sent by the Princeton!
council before Princeton decided to
break off relations.j
Demnands Discussion
Harvard's reply says: "While the
student council regrets the bad man-
ners of, the Lampoon editorial, andj
while the student body as a whole
would never have expressed their feel-
ings in this way, it is only fair to say
Mhat there has been a recognizable
element of bad feeling in our football
relations for some time.
"This bad feeling; which we regret
as much as you do, demands some sort
,rf fra~nk and open discussion. Our
council suggests that a representative
be appointed by each council to meet
early next month to enter into a com-
plete and frank discussion of the
grievances of each university. We feel
that only by such means can an ulti-
mate and satisfactory agreement be
made."'
Frank Peabody, member of Prince-
ton's senior council and editor of the
Daily Princetonian, expressed belief
that Princeton would' be glad to at-
tend such a conference.
D~oubtful Of Future I
"We always, doubted whether the
Lampoon expressed the majority opin-
ion of H-arvard," Peabody said. Hle
expressed doubt that things could be
patched up at this time, but hoped for
an eventful resumption of relations.
Prior to the development at H-ar-
vard, however, Princeton considered
the matter closed.,
"The shouting and tumult of the
Harvard misunderstanding have pass-
ed into the realm of the past," said
yesterday's Daily Princetonian. "May
the limpid waters' of the Charles and
of the Carnegie murmur solemn
requiem. Let the dead bury their,
dlead."
Today's Yale-Princeton football
number of the numerous Princeton
Tiger contains jokes reprinted from
the Harvard Lampoon, and there is
no reference to the issue of the Lam-
poon which aro'used Princeton's ire.
The reprinted jokes were from Lain-
poon numbers prior to the objection-
able one.

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EXHIBITIONS PLANNED
FOR ILLINOIS WRESTLERS-I
Illinois wrestling coaches are plan-
ning a series of exhibiti~n wrestling
matches between varsity and freshmen
athletes to increase the general interi-
est in the sport among the students
and to afford valuable experience to l
the candidates. These exhibitions will
take place between the football and
basketball seasons.
Coaches Pren and Kenney, mentors
of the Illini teams, believe that public
exhibitions will disclose how the menj
will work under the critical eye of the I
public, and .that they will help to ad-
vance the men much faster than work
done behind closed doors. Bouts will
be held every Shturday afternoon be-.;
tween members of the Varsity and !
first and second freshman squads. j
Coach Kenney asserts that he hasj
an excellent squad of yearling ma-
terial this year, especially in the light-
er weights. Men for the heavier di-:
visions are scarce, however, and it
will, be difficult to find men to fill'
these places before the initial meet1
which is to 1)e held on Nov. 2G."
URBANA. - University of Illinois'
new $10,000 football field cover prov-
ed, its worth before the'Pennsylvania*
game. The field was in perfect play-
ing condition in spite of heavy rains,
several days before.
?MINNEAPOLIS-A new attendance
record for Minnesota's memorial sta-
dium will be set in the homecoming
ganie with Michigan, Nov. 20.
NEW YORK.-The annual meeting
of the National league baseball ot-
ficials will be held on Dec. 14 and 15
in Chicago.
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