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SATZRP.AY, DECEMBER Pti10, 1927

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE ,'SEVEN

TWOTEAMI GRID PLpN ANUA
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igh School Coachies! EIGHT CAGE GAMES SCHEDULED
Wil Covere TdayFOR BIG TE QUINTETS TONIGHT

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MR)IiI1 JIUILU H 1 IUf 1? t* .)U id
______In the (mar ter-final nets in inter- S oi 4(;s1hoolt:.*ains amall P<arts;
)htwkeye Seconid Fotball TO ti~n Will fraternity swimming and water polo of the state, ani Mcigani Interi-
Not 11lny )ore Tlrm Three at the Union yesterday, in which eight scholastic Al lilet ir association off;i--
V~iriis Nex Falltcxn~s partic~ipated, there were seven (;l1s will assemble here this aft er-
Ti p winners. This was due to the fact noon for their annumal mi big-.0 for t1he
TO SI%1V LA~T A I-Ei~t that teamns which won the swimming pu rpose of fiterpret ing the new 1927-
(SpeizdTo he )~~y)meets lost the water 1)o10 contests 28 basketball riles.
IOWA CITY, Dec. 9.-No more than withi only one exception, in which no "ile~ plan of hol a eary mee ,-
three games, either with Conference 1)01oo0ones was held. ing of this kind was inaugurated by.
non-Conference elevens, will be pliayedl Phi Kappa Psi defeated Delta Up- I Coach Edwin J. ]1 ther, Wol ,eriine
by the University of Iowa second foot- silon in swimmi-ing, 25-16, hbut lost the; basketball menor. several :isons
ball team next fall, according to P. I<. 1po10 match to the same team, 1-0 . ago. The mieeting is a] waiys hleld o{n
Belting, director of physical education, Sigma. Phi lost'the swimming match the day of the op)enin1g ganie oni the,.
following his statement that Iowa will to D)elta Tfau D)elta, 25-16. No pol010 Michigan schedules and~ th ;r; far tlts
link up withi the new Big T~en recoin- match was played by these contest- contest has always been the traditionial
xnendatioii favoring two teams. ants. Beta Theta Pi swamped Phi Chi: engagement with Michigan State.
Team numbher two and its reserves in swimming, 31 1-2 to 9 1-2, hut lost A series of two nmaetings constitutes
will be entirely separate from the reg- the po0lo battle, 2-1. Sigma Chi won the programn of this annual affair. The
ular eleven and its substitutes, D)r. the swim over Sigma Alpha Mu, 23-I8, coaches and M. 1. A. A. officials will
Felting declares, the latter Winning the 1)010 game, 3-1. assemble in Natural Science auditori-
The Western Conference has ruled The first half of the semi-finals will umn for the first of these gatherings,
that a member may schedule 16 games take place on Monday, when beta where a discussion and interpretation
for next fall,' making, however, no re- 'Theta Pi battles Sigma Chi for honorsj of the new rules will belleld.j
striction upon the (late or the pliace in swimming, and Phi Clii takes on Following this event, they will ad-
to be held. Michigan has announced ' Sigma Alpha Mu for the right to enter C ourn to Waterman gym, where sev-
that its two teams will play a full card1 the 'finals in water polo. erail members of the Varsity basket-
of 16 contests.; ball squad- will give alpractical Clem-
Eventually it is hoped that the new CHICAGO-Cub's park is being re-1 onstration of the new rules unrder' the
plan will enable one team to be in modeled sc) as to accommodate twice direction of Coaches Mather and
action on the home gridiron while the as manmy fans as .formerly. Kipke.
other plays on an opponent's field. At
Iowa the, scheme will not be worked
out in such detail in 19q28, Belting de-__________
clared.
"With the new plan in force, more
men will play fooltball, andl athletes
of less ability will have their chanceI
for intercollegiate competition andl its
,bencefits,," said Dr. Beitin..
The Conference schedule foe the
first team is-ali oaly drawn ilp and in-
cuehoewtMinsa,1i andl Wisconsin ztnd. !,()ad contests with IOo .,,,, ad pa C 1~
Chicago, Ohio, State, and Michigan. p ~ sa ir
Three non ccotference gamzes are yet iiirr the Holidays is surely one
to b~e schcdulqd Drafting ot fine see- L
ond team card will begin soon. of 1*s pleasures, have us make
FAM.OIX Th~CK TAR h.a~cul ate your every day and
!MPROVESSLI6iTLVA,11.1a apparel, with our Dry
(y SotdPr)Cleaning.I
DECATUR, Ill., Dec. ,9.-Loren Mur- C ,a ° 0 fo $.0
chison, ruler oP the indoor sprints for s : .'.0,
nearly a decade, hovered between life
and Aeath at St. Mary's hospital today, REPAIRING, REM/ODELING
with his condition taking a slight turn
for the better. Hke is suffering from
influenza ,and comnpliactions, so grave 523 E. Liberty. Mich. Theatre Bldg.
that his 'father, Rod Murchison, was
suimmoned from, St. Lous yesterday. _______________________

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relega le(I by the ther squads last
wintecr.
'Nort hwcsteorn l)fliiisC'to E'li b i- '
,r ball (lub, it only trom asuuu'rv
of the mat erial aivaila ble. I iccand
C leichmanrn, really ccle~tpaes
-will be suported by two other et.rr-
ans, .Tohnsos and }1; :,ch, these besidesc~c
one of the greatest sophomore at hlet je
finds of the yeair, W'alters, Rokomio
product. v ho is b~esides a naItional in-
? : , 1 ;111 7isc dash chaImpion (despite
ineotal has the root ie .eu+'tOui
of las-t s( a 501, Ottc',*!ncss, en e, of the
best centers in the Cents ; n:e, and
aliso Captain Nydiulil, St ark.Tnnr
Mt'chinn on and Chapman.'all vtrn
ab~out whomlya stror " team ilay be
constructedl.
T1he Ol io Buckeyes -re fortijfiedl
Ewrith ICaptain Bell a ndI Cri in, letter-
;winners; besidles there there will be
Ross, former TDet roit highl schoel rtar,
a nd Cox, Rowley, and l+Eisem ee.
ICoach Nels : org;ren is expectedi to

enter one of the most promising dark- N
horses inl his Mlaroon five, well forti--
tiedl withi depeitaloi'veterans. These
include Calptain I loerger and t~l-
oioenu1h, one of the finest pair of
guards ian thae Big Nen. and (Gist, ceon-
tr, bay far the gr'atcst high school
player ir aduated fromn Chicago see-
onnar v schaool , in thre last three or
four seasonYs.
'' .p1to the effectiveness of the -
te n e"Chicago presents a lprob~lemnforj
i be dO)E ',:ers inasmuch as the offen-
sire i.; i somewhat of a myst ery.
Zimnernmn~r is the only available for-
ward with any experience, but he is
handicapoped considlera bly by that whre
scree:n which lie wears to protect his
glsisduring lplay.
Coach Rabiy will undoubtedly miss
the servies of his graduated star,
'11 1 :erity. andlt the Illini are not eon--
c'eded muchi chanc~e of landing on top
of the Pig, Ten heal) with the paucity
of~ stars.

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ton and Jefferson fullback, has been
secured by the Montreal club,- of the
International league. He is a catcher.
NEW YORK--New York Giants and
the Boston Reed Sox will meet in an
exhibition' series next spring.

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- ith Cub~a.

FIRST METHODIST
CHURCH
Corner State aid Washaington Sts.
Arthur IV. Stalker, D).D., Minister
Farley C. Biughami, Assistant
?&Iinistei anid Student Director
10: 30-11Thie iVill nReligion."
100-"Ghosts'' will be Ralph
Johnson's topic for the Student
Stinday School.
6:00--Mrs. Robert C. Winters
(formerly Ellura H-arvey) will
leadl a special Christmas meet-
O---f--Prof. Edws mld A. Steine -
till give a Wesicyan (ild
Leture on "Straight Thiinkiine:.
ia Crooked World.''
T lE UNITARIAN CHUXRCfl
State and IHuron Streets
Sidney S. Dobinq, Minister
Sunday, Dec. 11, 1'27
L0: 45-Mo1Irnira Srvi-ce. "39rriAge
kind the Vi~'p-'i"
5 :45-Candle]light Supper.
6:45-Professor Arthur.D F<?';
"Thle Social Ideas o" Louis
Iumrford.

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
It. Edward Sayles, Minister
Rev. Howard Chapman,
.Iinist~r for Students.
10 : 45-Worship. Address by Dr.
C. E. Tompkins, '98 and 0011,
"M1odern Chinia.
(Dr. Tompkins has spent 25
years in China.)
12:00-Church Bible School.
t2:00-Student Group, led by Mr.
Chapman. meets at Guild
H-ouse, 12:00-12:45.
: 80-The Friendship IHour, the
last' before holidays.
6 :30--Christnas Service. Christ-
muas H-ymns. Two special musical
numbers. Two bright talks on
"The Spirit 6: Good Will," by
*Se!ott Holmes and Gertrude
Welcel.
~FIRST CHURCH OF
C'IIRISTL SCIENTIST
1.9 South Div ision Street
10:90 a. m. - Regular Morning
Service: "God, the Preserver
11:4:) a.m.-Sunday School follow-
ing the morning service.
(:45 p.m.-Wednesday evening tes-
timnonial meeting.
The Reading Room, 10 and 11
S tt Saving Bank Building is open
Diy from 12 to 5 o'clock, except
Sundays and legal Holidays.

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Corner Huron anid ])!visioni
Merle It. A uderson, Miii isler
D)ale It. 3Moore, Associate.
Mrs. Nellie B. ('adwell
Seretary for Women.
9:30-Chutrch School. Student
Class led by Rev. Dale 1i.
Moor e.
10: 45-Morning Worship. Sermon
oil "So1111(1 lvestini cuts."
12:00-Student Class lad by Prof.
Howard McClusky.
5:30--Sociali 1-our an(d Supper.
6:30-Young People's Society.
Leader: Roy Dahlberg.
BETHLEHEM
FEVANGELICAL CHURCH
(Evangelical Synod of N. A.)
Fourth Ave., 1)etween Packard
- and Williams
G. A. Neumann, Minister
9:00-Sunday School.
10:00-Regular Morning Service.
Sermon topic: "Tihe Advent
Mfessenger."
11 :00-German Service.
5 :30-Y. P.; social hour and sup-
per, followed by discussion
hour at 6:30.. Topic: "The
Prophet iLilai."

CONGREGATIONAL
CHURCH
Dr. Carl S. , Patton, Minister.
Sunday
9:30-Sunday School.
10:45-Morning Worship. Sermon
~by Arthur Cushmnan McGiffert,
Jr.
5: 30-Studen4 Fellowship Supper.
Discussion led by Mr. Eric
Thomsen, Student Counsellor
of the S. C. A.
ST. ANDREW'S
(EPISCOPAL) CHURCH
Division and Catherine Streets
Rev. Henry Lewis, Rector
Thomas L. Harris,' Assistant
Third Sunday In Advent
8: 00-Holy Communion, (the
Church). *
9:30-Holy Communion Service
for Students, (Harris Hall).
11: 00-Morning Prayer and Ser-
mon by Robert P. Casey, D. D.,
Professor of Philosophy ands
History of Religions at the
University- of Cincinnati.
6:15-Student Supper and Meet-
ing. 4
7:30-Evening Service and Ser-
mon by the; Rev. T. L. Harris.
ST. PAUL'S LUTHERAN
CHURCH
(Mi1ssouri Synod)
Third and West Huron
C. A. Brauer, Pastor
Parsonage: 420 West Liberty
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On the high seas of indsr

N O RSEMEN of old roamed the
seas and boasted of the strange
worlds they saw. But today Bell tele-
phone men are discovering worlds a
glimpse of which would i2 ~til
Viking gasp with wonder.
Whether exploring the realm of sub-
marine cable or the sub-microscopic
world of electrons'or the unsolved

equations of efficient management and
broader service, telephone men are
seeking and finding intellectual ad-
venture.
To men of this type it is reassur-
ing to know that the telephone indus-
try, in spite of the amazlng progress
it has made in a few short vearsi s
yet far from its ultimnate developl-nent.

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615 E. IUiversity Dial 37'79
Sunday, Dec. 11, 1 927, at Lane Hall.

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ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH
Wtashington St. and Fifth Ay e.
0):00 Bible Study.
10:30-Service with sermon: "The

CHURCH OF CHRIST
DISCIPLES
Corner Hill and Tappan
Revr. Frederick Co'win
t10:30-Morning worship.

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