THf MICHIGAN DAILY
'* , THURSDAY. * DE CEMBER Itt.
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F O R C O R N E L L G A M E Z 3I F T R fl A I III O _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
'KIPKE AND BLOT T WERE NAMED
BY WALTER CAMP IN
"St i Qeea n g CE.orn iitt e'e" F. Pied~t
N ItOI1l eague To Assisi
(This is the seventh of the Walter' The 1923 team contains alito
Camp all-American series.) .names that will never be forg-ou ena'i
Har lik adj 'kBot ou- as football is played. Flyon i the
West came Earl M~artineau of . limnicf-
recognition fo01' Michigan's, undlefeated sotai and1 Harold "Red" Grange of Ii:-
NWestern Conference champions ofI nois, the great est player the Illinl
1922 and 1923 by winning places on; ever had and unchaillenged as an open
Walter Catnp's all-Amnerican teams'!field iiiflicr. Fromt the East xc ame
of thawe two years. Mallory of Yale and I~fann of Conell.
i.nko wn , , f , r1-i,. r r,.t ,.. Then ilhere was Bedenrk, the Penn
BOTH LEAGUES TO HELP
":;"}: "".: i? i (By Associated Press)
NWYRDec 15 .-In th..le
L <>: ::> tion of Willliam F Baker, ot Philadel-
...... phlin, Barney IDi ytuss, of Pittsbin gh
and William L. Veeck, of Chicago, toI
4< } i ; , : " i . .:: : ;; t ; :.. " w o r k . w i t h a c o m m i t t e e c h o s e n b y h e .
Amrican eagu for the )Trpoe of
smohing imor leagu.-te relations, Na-
:.:. ...t..tional league magnates see cause fori
rSome of the duties of the new
3:'" +:'"st eerng committee," as outlined by
President John A. Ileydler, will be;
the estabishmnent of closer relations
wiiC(ommissinrmissi K. M.Landis
whose "benevolent (despotismn" as "
proven mildly irksome to the owners. "; ''.:.
The ommlittee, on which Landis will
';at as an ex-officio member, will re- ; ay Ii pe
place, in effct, the advis~ry commit- rMcian hlbck has c oe
Itee that has failed to function since by Walter Camp on his all-American
friction aose between Commissioner team of 1922. His sesatio al run-
Landis and Ban Johnson, president ofnig passing andputn made the
?''". the American league, two years ago. Wolverine star feared in all games in
------- '":The committee is not seeing to wihh perd
Scurtail Landis' powers, President Kpkssecathwvr ws
AWKEYE KWA 3 1H eydeier .pointsboteebuthewictasan punting. He was the most consistent
intermiediarybewe th mioan punter of his day, often sending the
n I e&-.e%(bo ) major leagues with the siia duty ball in a long, high spiral for more
of codifying anew the present minor than 55 yards Mihiga 11e hl
legearemn.Infcth ieJ before, and has not had yet, a kicker
purpose of the committee is to main- like him.
tain harmonious relations through - ________________________
Iout baseball, President Heydler says
The two Iowa forwards _ pictured shooting eye before the start of the Action on the 127 schedule was NEW YORK.-Ralph Furey, varsity
above were instrumental in carrying Conference race. Coach Barry has de-: deferred at yesterday's National lea- ( end for the last two seasons, was
the Hawkeyes as far as they went last veloped both men since their entrance gag meeting pending a conferen'tbe, elected captain of the Columbia foot-
year in the basketball race, but re-!into college basketball, and has beenI with American league officials in Chi- ball team for 1927.
ports from the Iowa camp say that disappointed so far in the showing cago tomorrow. Both leagues are said
Harrison is being beaten out of a; of Harrison. Ito have agreed to a 1927 closing date' HA H W N D
reulr obbyTwgodth sns- Iowa has been picked to finish hear about October 2, a week later than last REDTEW N AD
reguar ob b Twgoo, th sesa-the top by most of the critics of Con- season, with the opening games on
tional sophomore. f erence basketball, with only Indiana April 12.
Van Deusen also is in a slump, but I keeping them from the championship,! ""°
not much is expected of him until the but the season has not yet started, and BATAVIA.-A number of native
later games. He always has been a, anything may happen, as Coach 'dwellings were destroyed and 17
late starter, and seldom finds his Bry a elzd homes of Europeans at Proepoel were
B.. dhsarmagedl when 19 tremors Monday
Swimm rs To Leave ~ Jnight shook the neighborhood of . -
Isubs cribe for the Michigan Daily. Tegel, on the northern coast of Java. f
TIomorrow For]Trip .,
Coach Matt Mann and ten members S U IE ROT
I- - /?.1- t
of the varsity swimming squad will IS
~ leave early Friday afternoon for To- =
Ledo, Ohio, where they will compete-
in the first of a series of four aquatic= -E
meets which have been scheduled for th is ato=tevcto.1 GUARANTEED FIT
Friday evening the first meet will J
be with the Toledo Y. M. C. A. The= LargeAsotetf Samples.e
Cleveland Athletic club will - furnishAsotetf-
competition for the second contest.F E.l
lWith a three-day rest the next meet Tailored by the A. NASH CO. 4AA-'
will take place December 21, at Cm-
cinnati with the local Y. M. C. A.. The = hn h ahMn
last meet of the trip wll be held at _-hn h ahM n
Fort Wayne with the Athletic club a 0O1 111J
Meraibers of the squad who will'r
make the trip are Samson, Darnall, Red-md
Batter, Watson, Hubbell, Spindle,'I_____________________________________an_______fd cu, to edr
Wagner, R. Halstead and Horn. Thejj
squad with the exception of H-alstead 3rvLES C.7IicH COLSEC
will return to Ann Arbor immediatelyi
after the Fort Wayne meet. MN MMEVS
HAVE M AO9 POPULAR SY
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e S i a 0Y( T OA uts and Ovaats
fora glorious QJHut&C
low-Cost trip J H ueh Io
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d plan your vacation trip!1
3W. Tourist Third Cabin E-!
ngly little--little, if any,
vacation spent at home. 1"4Oss-=s
ousands of students tray-h are probably the last two days a g'reat many of yu will be ,H
sited States Lines ships and 'Ihre i An Forr tthe oaccommodationpin. oehav
w a further big increase in 1 her i AnoArortoeo ourChrstasohopin.iWohveofl
-( -I taken special care to see that our lines are not broken or picked 17th, account Christnasvacaion
Coach Yost ever, had and is linked
with the immortal WMillie Ilestnon when
Mich1igan backs are spoken of. ie
was one of the greatest kickers foot--
ball has ever seen. Hlis puns1t were
p~henomenal in their accuracy as well
as (distance and kept opponents on the
defensive. Time after time he punted
out of bounds insidle the 1t) and even
5--yard lines, this being especially
true in the Ohio State dedication game
'which Camp attenldedl.
Eddie Kaw of Cornell won the other.
backfield post and was without dloubt.
the outstanding star of the East.
In 1923, Jlack Blott, who like Kipke,
SSt ate-& ;rr110Pd, and1 1Hazel of RUii ge'-.
Th ne t ars selectedby iMr. ( 'am p are
Taylor, Navy, cud; reat £i~iom
tackle-; Schwab, Lafayette, guard;
jGarbisch, Army, center; Ilubba):rd,
lb arvard, guar d; Thurman, kmay-
ra21ia, tackle?; Muller, Clifori_, c _di
Lloak''Iie, Iowa, quarter; haw,Cre,
110 ithack ;. lipkeMhiaalfcl
Thlomas, Chicago, fit) Iback.
flomniar, Vanderb~ilt, end; Iis end,
Ylt ackle; Flubbard, Ii arvatrd,
Sgua rd1; 1litt, Iihigan, rcenrter ;
is rtauiiat ilchiganlas a coach, was 'lBedenk, Pend State, guard; Sund-
named all-American center. It was strongm, Cornell, tackle; Hazel, Rtgers,
his alertness in the Iowa game which end(; Pfanr, Cornell, quarter; Glralge,
resulted in the flawkeyes' (defeat when Illinois, halfback; Martineau,ti M!'n1e-
he blocked a punt and recovered to rota, halfback: M~allory, Yale, full-
make a touchdown. back.
1'nL ~mzt C~ount2
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