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-VN AY, I, 1127

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1927 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TAYLO R RELEASED BY
UNIERSTYHOSPITAL,
~ ~ I o o RXei tUrda To
STILL. N.CASED IN CAST:
IT.VI, ( 11 " hip" rPaylr, i ofli--
lug -Wolveilne (end1 'who)suiri se-
ver(; spinial injury inz theMiha-
'Xsco(nsin game, Oct. 15, was released1
1s l(e yesterdlay afternoon from the Un1-
i-versity hospital wlhc;e e le ias been
rclnfined for the past seven weeks.
AWh ile allowed to go home, Taylor
is still under medical dare. Helie I]
return to the Hospital tomorrow for
his new cast being at present encased3
in plaster from his waist to his huio.
Ie will also receive physio-therapy
treatments at the hospital for some
time to come.ei
At the time of his injury Taylor
h:ad earned a regular position at right .
end:u and promised to develop into
a wonderful player. lie was a capable
])unter andl passer as well as pass
receiver andl his loss will be felt next1
fall if, as it is almost a. Definite fact,
he cannot play.
Taylor was an all-around Athlet~e
and was concedled a chance to be a
ilne letter man through his football,
baske;htball and baseb~all prowess.
Whliether he will have to give up all
shorts is not yet known.

ALONG THE SIDELINES

FIRST WOLVERINE CHOSEN
FOR GRID HONORS IN 1898
(conltinu( 4 frii nl Ia o Six.
Schuiltza,were of all-time l 1l-fl -
(acal ('i~ Ii ome 5f!'say Itha i l})ib:to1?

(Coant inued from Page Six.) 1
ing was5 tbe best in the Big Ten. When
iin punt formation he was a triple
threat.
IDoc Williams, M\linnesota ath-
letic director andl inventor of the
shift, cal led Gilbert the ultimate
of value after watching the Mn
Mi-nesota-Michigan game.
Of Gilbert hie said "His punting
alone is enough to estabiish himt
among the most valuable player of'
an-y team in the country and he is
ccrtainly the most valuable on the
M;ichligan team."
Costello, D~etroit Times writer,
is perhaps extravagant in his
Spraise of Gilbert, whom lie calls
!the greatest back of 1927 andl one

1of the greatest of M~ichigan's his-
tory. Hle says Gilbert was the
brainiest. of the Wolverine te.-m.
Recapitulation of score prediction

Ii eserred this (c)onsidera'ition1,

w, in i'

published in this column for the Iasi.oterf;akie certain7 t hatCost erlman
six footb~all (lays of the sea soni shoWw ;ill be so recog;nized .

Precri~ption Scalp
Treatment
A treatm-ent that works
wonders on b~ald heads
or those slightly bald
Worig Guaranteed
,'-6 E. LIBERTY
Dal 9471

I LAS SI FIECLI
CLOSES GLO v
AT. 3PMADVERTrISING AT 3 P. t

a general, average of 78 per cent cor-
rect choices. Of a total of 168 games
predicted, 120 of those picked to win!
camne through, while 34 failed. 14 of
thle games were tied. The highest per-
centage for any one day was for thatj
of the Michigan-Chicago game, when
t hat score was indicated exactly, and
24 out of 29 choices were right, fora ecnae o 9
FORT WORTII-Bo McMillin has
denied the rumor that he will coach
at Centre college next year.

A', any rate Cunn713ina started
?lhe 10klfine of heroes.

caelraslia and Pittsburgh
schedld agiign. o
season.

have
Inext

'\NATESII--('arroll colleg e loses
eight veterans from lher IJ927 grid
team.

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por1t unityv in your territory. For'
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Ann Arbor, comie to the Preoss Build-'
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just scream. But when you see him with a broken heart,
you've never cried before.

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c'md simile-Iris iiiiy
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--but Harry's
a riot !
Only, the screen's Master
of Emotion could bring to
the slver-sheet a story so
hilariously funny and yet
o pathetically appealing.
[ears and smiles follow
smiles -and tears! It's
Funny-very, very funny-
anid it's Art!l

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