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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

WEDNEsDA NOVMBER 24 192U

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WOLVERINES RECEIVE 'LLOYD TO PLAY ATIONAL CHAMPION
o c.AGAINST CADE TS

CHAMIONSHIP TROPHY
Jleisrnnnn Award Granted On Ss3tejii
,Of Prof. 1)iekiinsoi Given To
Miclilgaw ,
NORTHWESTERN SECOND

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Annual All Campus Wrestling Tourney
To Be Held Soon At Yost Field House
Annual all campus wrestling chan- The weights for the meet will be as
pionship tournament will be held on follows: 120-pound class or under, 130,
Dec. 10 and 11, at the Yost field house. 140, 150, 163, 180, and unlimited. Win-
P reliminarie bouts are scheduled to ners in the final bouts in each of these
('1&bziTo 'oveeilTite bgin t 7o'cock FriayDee 10

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URI.BANA, Nov. 23.- The Western
Conference football championship is
awarded to Michigan under the Dick-_
inson rating system, as issued Monday
by Prof. Frank C. Dickinson of the
jrUniversity of Illinois, the author. -
".ust/because a team has completed'
its schedule utdefeated," said Profes-
sor Dickinson, "it is not entitled to l3ig.
Ten championship. Any Big Ten*
school that. omits Ohio, Illinois, Mich-a
igan and Minnesota from its schedule
can scarcely lay claim to the Confer-
ence title merely on the ground of be-.
ing undefeated. If such were true, a
championship could be scheduled in-
stead of earned."f
The Dickinson 'system introduced r.
last year, eliminates all ties and at- -
tempts to reorganize the teams that
play hard schedules. Victory over A ip-d
teams in the upper half of the table Sensational Navy end, wi;o ran 99
count for more than victories over yards for a touchdown and victory
teams in the lower five, against Colgate, is expected to per-
"Michigan played a terrific schedule form brilliantly against the Army Sat-
this fall," said Professor Dickinson. urday when the twos teams meet on
"It is doubtful if any team in the Soldiers' field in Chicago.
country had the opposition which the Lloyd sprang into the limelight over
Wolverines confrohted. While. North- I night by his feat 'nd continued his
western was defeating Iowa, Chicago, 1 good work against Michigan on the
Purdue and Indiana, twice, Michigan following week. He still has two years
was overcoming the strongest teams in to play.
the Big Ten. Of the Wildcats oppon-I
ents, only Purdue broke into the Con-
ference win column. Michigan's op-
lonents won 10 games. [ U 9 l II
"I am glad that football is on Ithe
up-grade at Evanston and I hope that j - a
the time will soon come when North-I [1
western will take her turn regularly 1m' a L L
in winning the Big Ten title. Mr. Wil-__
son and Mr. Thlstlethwaite deserve
cnsiderable praise from their with-! Eight members of the 1926 Michigan
drawaI of a claim to the title last year. awar s, l te w e a wared ye M.ray
I can not rate Northwestern on a par nr
tivth the' Wolverines ris year. at the offices of the Athletic associa-
.wt h ovrusrsya.tion.
"Let us hoe that ,the ppwers atITo.g t w
Evanston will give their team a chance Those who were given the awards
to show its prowess next year and not are: Dudley Black, Marshall Boden,
refuse to play Minnesota as they did k Raymond A. Cragain, Frank A. Harrig-
this year." 1 an, Frank E. Mtieese, George' A. Nich-
The Reissmann Big Ten trophy, olson, Jr., Maxwell Nickerson, and
awarded each year on the basis of the Otto Pommerening.
Dickinson rating will be presented to Coach Edwin Shadford announced
the Michigan eleven Nov. 29 at its that six members of this year's fresh-
totball banquetleve Novman cross country team have been
o a.warded freshman ,numerals for the
sport. The harriers, who have been
Gene Tunney Denies awarded the numerals are Herbert
JBeverly, Carl Donner, George T'illey,
Criticisn Of Novel qCeorge Loughlin, Robert Grunow', and
Karsten Kennedy.
YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio, Nov. 23.- misunderstood when his remark was
Gene Tunney, heavyweight champion I interpreted as a literary criticism.
of the world did not mean to tell I Shaw in a statement in London yes-
George Bernard Shaw how to write a terday declared that if Tunney could
book, he said here today in explaining j write the novel wjich had been con-
his recent comment oil the English sider'ed for adaptation to the screen,
writer's novel, "Cashel Dyron's Pro- and dq a beer job of it, that nothing
fession." T Tnney declared he was 'prevented his attempting it.

SCi T o ( foieted T'tle begin at 7 o'clock, F{riday, Dec. 14.
-The semi-finals will be held on Satur-,
ALL ThREEPLAY AAiN " " 'ithe"morning, and the final bouts
drwill take. place mi the aftern; on of the
same day beginning at 3 o'clock.
' 'it l~lihian tl ortweter All contestants must w°eigh i~i on
sharing Conference honors, the Navy Friday, Dec. 10, after 3 aciock. No
regarded as the best team in the East. one may weigh in before this time
Alabama standing alone in the South, and there will be only one weighing in
and Stanfcrid the highest in the West, during the tournament. Immediately
all mythical titles but the most imn _ following the weighings, the drawings
portent one have been decided. .will be made under the l3agnall-Wilde
'here has been considerable specu- ,'ystem.
lation sNo regularly enrolled student in the
as towho ill in t~ naIon- niversity, except Varsity letter men,
al chamiponship in this year of upsets, erex fro cmeti n is
and one by one the teams have fallen-,w
six undefeated souads remaining, No- meet. No man will be allowed to
tr'e Dame, Navy, Stanford, B~rown, La- wrestle in more than one class.
fayette and Alabama. Preliminary bouts will be of eight
Of these the last two can be cumin- minutes duration, if they are not term-
ated not because of weak teams. but mated before that time by a fall. The
because they did not have the power- championship bouts of the final round
ful opponents that the other four will be 10 miutes i length.
schools were forced to face.
Brown also finds itself'in nearly the
same class. It carded the best sched-
ule it could find, but was fortunate
in, having a powerful team, while the ,
opposition, notably Harvard, Yale, and.
Dartmouth turned out exceptionally
weak squads. However, much credit is
due the little eastern school that turn-
ecl out the ."iron men" who bowled at $5
over the best the East had to offer.
This leaves only three teams, Notre
Dame, Navy, and Stanford as possible'
holders of the national championship,
with a chance that all three nay yet $10.00
be defeated. Notre ,Dame must still
beat Carnegie Tech and Southern Cal-
ifornia, the Navy may fall before the . IMP RTED
Army, and Alabama has a chance of
beating Stnford, in which case the $2"00 -
former's stock rise considerably.
It is unlikely that the Rocknemen
will lose to' either of their opponents.
The power of defencetshown against SCARFS
the Army, and the suberb offence de- $5 $
monstrated all season give the Irish $3.50 to $5.00
a decided edge over both.
Stanford, too, should win from Al-
albama and keep a clear record, but
Stanford barely defeated Southern
California by a 13-12 score, and if No- T hom psoi
tre Dame litters this it will be regard-
ed by many as the more powerful
team.
Tau Kappa Epsilon finished second 1 007 South U
in the recent interfrateinity cross
country meet, finishing ahead of the
Phi Sigma Kappa team.

classes will receive gold medals which
are emblematic of the campus cham-
pionship in their weight.
Coach Keen urges all students inter-
ested in wrestling to enter the meet
because the experience gained through
r ctual competition will prove extreme-
ly valuable in the tournament which
will be held by the intramural depart-
nient near the end of the season, from
which Varsity men will be barred.
The Michigan A. A. U. championships
will be held in the spring and all men
of amateur standing are eligible.
SYRACUSE, N. Y.-The quarter-
back of the Syracuse football team is
also the leading student of the uni-
versity.

ICAMPUS HARRIERS TO VIE
FOR CHAMPION$,IHIPS TODAY
Annual.all campus cross coun-
try meet will be held this fter- s
noon at 4:30 o'clock ove' the 1
.freshman course. All men who
ran in the fraterqity meet, and
all men who have run over the
coutrse at least nine times .aref
eligible to compete.
Intramural numeral jersies
I ill be awarded the winners of
the first three places. Next three
men will have the privilege ofI
I purchasing jersies at cost.
Buffalo club of -the International
league has signed a young outfielder
named John L. Sullivan.

R CKNE MAY BE UNABLE
TG SEE GAME SATURDAY
(B~y Associated Press)
PITTSBUJRGIt, Nov. 23. - Knute
Rlockne will send his best team on the
field when' Notre Dame clashes with
Carnegie Tech at Forbes field here
next Saturday.
The Notre Dame coach himself may
not be able to attend because of a
meeting on that day of the Western
'Conference schedule committee.
'phis week closes out most of the
show, leaving only one big contest be-
tween Notre Dame and the University
of Southern California on Dec. 4.
Minnesota favors a larger circuit for
the Western Conference.

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MADISON.-Barnum has won
major sport letters in two years.

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