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FACT SIX

THE MICA-WIGAN DAISY

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~AOE SIX THE MICHIGAN DAISY

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TWOCHNGES SEEN IN MICHIGAN LINE- UP TOM~i
L®IH A N A M NT PNcAM 1RSP~ A L ELEVEN I fl)T AK S WJDIVISION TIT"LE LLEN IS COMrILID SCEU __JAN.11 1,11
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CVaae11 Ed,{win .Mather will send ms
Plest Tem Against Pa thers
TonmorrowiN ight
000]ERBAAN__MAY PLAY
At least two changes in the Wo:-
verine basketball battle front appear-,
ed imminent as Coach M~ather drove
his squad through a hard scrimmage
yesterday afternoon, working espec-
ially to develop greater speed in the.
Varsity quintet :before the meeting
with Pittsburgh tomorrow night in
the field house.
Robert Chapman, a sophomore who
figured prominently in preseason
plans and predictions concerning the
makeup of the first quintet, returned
after suffering from ulooia poisoning
andl not only confiscated a first team
berth, but took over the veteran i-r-
nie McCoy's duties at center for the;
tip-off.
McCoy Shifted To Guiard,
The injection of. Chapman, :however,<
cloes not mean the displacing of Mc-I
Coy, however, as the latter'was shift-
odl to a guard in yesterdlay afternoon's
scrimmage, playing the running game
after the tip-off.
As expected, Bennie Oosterbaan fig-
tired in the other change of lineup,1
taking his place at the expense of1
Kanitz who played against MichiganI
State. Captain Harrigan, of course,
was in the lineup, playing running
guard, center, forward, or what have
you.
'lihe famous Oosterbaan-Iarrigan
combination was functioning at top
speed during the workout," some idea1
of its effectiveness being 'indicated by,
the fact that it was responsible fort
18 points while the opposing' five,,
namely Kanitz, gained a ,basket and a
free throw. This 'pair alone' scored 13
baskets in the fore part of the scrim-
mage.
Raaber Fails To Hold lUp
Fenton Raber, who showed up so
well in his college debut Saturday,
failed to hold up yesterday, being
completely overshadowed by the Hiar-,
rigan-Oosterbaan duo. Kanitz so dom-
inated the play of the seconds in the
early part of the scrimmage that he
was substituted for Raber a while.
Raber, however, seems slated to start
against the Panthers.
While Mather worked his first five,
men unmercifully, he shifted his sec-
ond quinteit frequently. 4Ranitz and
Balsamio started at forwards but Han-
na was substituted later. Schroder' at
center gave way to Nyland later in
the workout, while Lovell and Slagle
shared time witIN Myron and Rose.
Speed Of Varsity Increased
This shifting was ostensibly done
with the objective of speeding up the+
work of the Varsity lve, any in this
Mather appeared to be successful.
Michigan will put her best team
against Pittsburgh for it will be re-
membered that the Panthers stopped a
Wolverine winning streak of 15 games
by beating Mather's team, 34-,''3, be-
tween semesters last year.
ITHACA, N.Y.-'Twenty-two men re-
ceived their "C's" in football from the+
Athletic council this year.n

1M1aui'Ii igli S('hol Stars Arie Inc(lu~ded
On Roster Oh Yearlinig Track
j ~squad,
LASS TECH1 STAR REPORTS
Altiionvh the fo shiznap trac(k te am
lug nt benorlgaiized long enough'
to allow Coach Charles lloyt to form.

Tellis hl (losena By Sports Critics
TblrouglI(ct Country
TWO WOLVERINES NAMED
An gill--Anieica(iiito 111 comiflekd,
from the selectionis of many sports
crit ics is likely to 1)e more truly, re-

.'f f;>:. C. any very dlefinite opinion as t0 the I presentative of the country as aj
r 1 st:::.-~*rength of this year's yearling ag- ti whole thanr the opinions of any single
greaton te 'ote jclde te ethority. TThe following all-American
0 ames of a rnmber of former high ;~ eleven is b)ased upon t he hoor i ams
sch col stars, who should develop) into . chosen, by 15 sporting authorities
} ' apab~le performers.f throughout the nation.
Ull)until the present time the (f- 'This ta scoe ntl ai
forts of Coach Hoyt and CoachI Court- 3f
wX right, who is assisting the freshman manner as that employed~i selecting
____________________menitor, have beeO('0ir e(t ed lag ely . theO all-Conference term recently-
toward enlisting candidates from th11e f printed in The Daily. Thtat is, five
3 ( enIfreshman gymnasium classes andI ber Poi)nts are aw~ar'ded a player~ for
Football coach at Washington and coming acquainted with them. ;.psto na alAeia is
Jefferson college who has been solect- p,,,,.politr WoronailallAmericnSfors
edl to leadl and 'coach the team of The reuaXokllbgn:t team, three points, for a p~lace on a
eastern college stars which will meet mrediately following the Christmas . second team, and1 one point for aj
a western all-star team inl a charity i aiios 1j)f3.1ighit third 'team position. Unider this sys-
benefit game'at San Francisco onx Dec,. that all other' fir'st yeatr menof #lrtmtemaiuube fpit
2G" capswoWb nieseii 'c~'~o claims the l liht hcivywveighlt a playeri.'may be awarded is 75i.
Ray Baer, star Michigan guard andshud3ertO 01Z5l)5i0 crown by virtue10.of clear 15'i'oLIIIA Oosterli i iniois Coc
a choice on several mythical elevens, victory over .1iiniv S;lat tery, Pdifl') .riBennie Oosterbraan, Michigan's
Will be a member of Kerr's team. atrteva'tot)O1d oxr, a ldsnSuaeGrei great end, was the only p~layer chosenr
Joesting, Minnesota's crashing full- Thrsntsud:wiesLaogi ew York city, last l oiday ntighit. unanimously for the first team by tie
the (lashes and weights, i hot icc ai' 'V;Sl attery ix as a bet oIr poxei' Monday 1 exettuserig 7 on
back, and fteitsch,' Illinois center, are weal: in the hurdles, Jurni ,l ~ mI li t at any time 0 inis, career'(11, but11 Morley Drury o Southern California
two other Big' Ten players who will vault, andl middle distance events. no od Yiig towiY ogofn wscoe eidwth7,fllie ~
represent the East against the West. Little is known corncerning the ab~il ~ - .-Wl l os1 tburIiad Ibsyugn
RAY BAER WIL LEAVE ofth javeflinand discus throwers, tm m ;FAMOUS CANADIAN PLAYER, Minntesota. with 60i apiece.
the wa le"at lI heresent. timema!i
TO IQIN 'EASTERN TEAM!(es outdoor pract ice practically i- TO COACH BADV,,ER SE'XTET3 The t3ny Cif~h Followed

strongest mat teams in the Ohio colt-;
ft rence, will invade Annt Arbor for
the first time in the histpry of the
sport.
The scheduling of this meet, defia-
it ely indicates thiat the Wolverinoes
will not take a Western tril) this
year, meeting Iowa State and Cornell
college for their openiiig engagemen(
as was conteniplated earlier in the
season.
1Ohio university with Michigan State
college completes the list of definitely
arranged non-Conference meets forl
the 'iiiinmiatment, although a
tentative engagement is a rrangedl
'Owith West Virginia for JIan. 21. Mich-
1gan State, the Wolverines' other iion-
Big Tren rival, is scheduled to appear
here Feb. 4.
The Ohio university meet will give1
the Varsity wrestlers a total of sixI
dual encounters besidles the regularl
lintersectionial championship affair at
the close of the season, and the ad-
(dit ion of the West Virginia meet will
increase the meets to seven, the same
number as last season.
In order to whip his team into ex-
c elloiit shape for the strenuous selied-
tile, Coach Clifford Keen' is driving
his squad through hard drills daily
SEat Yost field house. Drills will be sus-
pendedl during the Christmas vaca-
tion, but will resume immediately
after the holidays.
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N~ext l~rsleailcr Of T eii'iia
('iw's-( 'ouitri- Te mjIi :1' oet iv!-
'In Sporl'tisFial
ONE RUNNERTO BE L61ST
Following the taking of the anuaril~
picture of the cross country- team yes,-
I erday afternoon at the Flentschlor
studios the 'Wolverine hairriors pro-
ceedled to elect Tedl Wuerfel1, a two
yea,-r veteran, cap~tain for the0 1928
Wuerfel succeeds his teammate,
Randolph Monroe, who is also ai jn-
ioir, to the captaincy of the c'rois
country outfit. Although hli has beeni
ion Michigan harrier tea ms for theo
past two seasons, Wulerfel woni his
first letter in the sport this s erse..ws ie n aon.A.1,
Iwas also a.;member of the 1920 1'ar-
sity track team.
The captain-elect showed great imt-
provement this season being theo sec-
onl WXolverine to finish in ealch of
the four meets in which Coch o l i-
rell's team competed. Moniroe, 19i7
captain, will also he avaiilable fTor'
competition next sea son.
Coach Farirell should lhave phlocoscuty l~eil 1'1tit tyi
as Smith is the only letter win..!~u
from this year's Varsity soiia wo
will not be ,eligible forcop i ou
lIn uldition the freshlnn squa(td ini-
cludleo an untusuial number «1fcapble~h
.performers this year.

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SELIGSON AND GORELICK
WIN . ANDBALL TOURNEY

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Ray Baer, Michigan's all-Confer-
ence guard, will leave foi' Chicago
today where'he will join the all-East.-
ern football team which is scheduled
to play on the Pacific coast during thte
Christmas holidays. The all-Eastern
squad is due to leave Chicago tomor-
row night on its westward journey.
Composed of 21 players and coach-
edl by' Andy Ke rr, Washington andl
Jefferson grid mentor, the team re-
presenting the East is to meet an all-
Western team on Dec. 26 in San Fran-
cisco. The game is under the auspices
of the Shrine and the proceeds will
go to the Shriner's hospital.
The eastern team is one of the
strongest ever asembled for this an-
nual East-West battle. Five Big Ten
players, Baer of Michigan; Hanson,
guard, Almquist," quarterback, and
Joesting, fullback, of Minnesota; and
Reitsch, center, of Illinois, are men-
hbers of the eastern eleven.
The line will be composed of Fish-
wick and Scott of Yale, Walsh of
*Notre Dame, and Atkinson of Lafay-
ette, ends; Dowds of W. and J., Wein-
stock of Western Maryland, and Ran-
dels of Nebraska, t~ckles; Pauly of
W. and J., guard; and Grigsby of
Georgetown, center.
The backfield is of all-American
calibre, containing Connors of New
York U, Bruce Caldwell of Yale, Lane
of Dartmouth, Presnell of Nebraska,
and Amos of W. and J.- Hawley of
Haskell will be taken as utility line-
man.
ITHACA, N.Y.-Forty freshmen have
registered for wrestling here. Coach
O'Connell, is greatly pleased with the
material.

Ipossible0.I- -
y Eddie Tolan, l'ormer Cass Tech star M tADISON, AWis., Dec. 14--Johnnly
from Detrioit and hholer of the Nat- Farquhar, famous Canacihan hockey
t~ioal nterchoasti dah tile idsl player andl coac.<h of' t.le TUniversity of
fair' to) statr in thle ":100 and 220 ya( ilntoa sxtlt, a igel t
events, while Bator of Southwestei'n aitb seethssgnd o
is another Detroit p~rodulct. TPhe halI- kcoach the Wisconsin puck 5(luiicl this

ter captur'ed the shot hpat ano l-.hej
javelin throw in the Mi(chigan Inter'-
scholastic meet. which was held here3
last winter, hats shown promise ii,
this event.
Basley, xvho hails from Ferndale,
looks like a promising half miler. lIe
captured first place in the 880 in the
Class B competition of. the State hai-
terscholastics. Cook a Virginia priodl-
net, has shown ability in the jumps.
The freshman shot plutters this sea-
son are the best in recent years, ac-j
cord(ing to Coach Hloyt. In addition to
Pator, the list of canididates includes
1Elsem', Marshall, and Tucker. Patten
is 4 promising hammer throwei'.
CHAMPAIGN, 11.-The University
of Illinois is already preparing for the
annual Interscholastic Athletic circus
held in the 01(1 Gym at Chanmpaign and
is forming teams of tumblers and
aerial artists for the event.
CHICAGO, I1.-Mount Carniel's grid
team has been iiivited to play oii the
Pacific coast. They are the city chiam-
pions.

wint er. Farquhar will join the Bad-
get's during the 'htristAias holidays
and condluct them on a, vacation tour,
which incluodes matc'hes with Duluth,
Superior Normal andl the Houghiton
School of Mines.
Ini additiotn to instructing thie.Card-
italHI-ockey t eani, Farquhar will di-
res(t and assist in a winter sports
pt'ograni, condutct skating classes and
adlvise with Coach Nolir in odevelopinig
a broadler skiing program. W6iscon-
sin's ultimate stuccess in the ice sport
is assutred with the signing of Coach
Faroquhar, generally recognized as one
of thle gr'eatest players anod stud ent s
of the game iinAnmcrica.
Farquhar has played-the game since
' lie was able to) walk, taking to the
pastime on the corner lots as a
aoy with a little red hockey stick and
a home made puck. Local fans well
remember the impressive showing
made by the Manitoba team here
against the B~adger's last winter when
the Canadians won as they pleasedl,1
7-0.1

the honor team was compiled, are Doubles title in the all campus hand
Grantland Rice, Walter EckersalIl, Da- ball touirnament was won by I-arry
vis J. Walsh, John Kierani, Billy Ev- Seligson and or oelick over Juliar and
anrs, Lou Little, Quite Ryan, Warner- 1 Sosnow in the final niatch held re-
Rockne-JTones, William Roper, H-arry l c thy. The winners and finial losers
Costello, Itle Associated Press, the 'survive(} the tournament wvithi 40 miien
United Press, The New York Su, the entered at the beginning of the con-I
Central Press Association, anod the test.,
Hearst Synodicate.,-
Trhe all-American elevens and the PHILADELPHIA, Pa.-The-coach-
number of points received by each inig staff has expressed its approval of
player follow: I the project of scheduling a game be-
(Contiued on Page Seven) tween Pennsylvania and Notre Dame.
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OVERCOAT S
$39k 00
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Values, $45 to $55

2-PANT SUITS
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Values $45 to $60

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Your friends at home will appre-
ciate the' quality and authien tic
style displayed in any of our many
gift suggestions.
In the list below you'll find a good gift for that man
you've overlooked. These are but a few - of 'the countless
gifts obtainable here, each the smartest and best of its kind.'
Dressing Gowns, House Jackets, Neckwear, Pajamas,
Hosiery, Handkerchiefs, Mufflers, Sweaters. and Golf Hose
(to match, iii desired), Windbreakers, Canes and Umbrellas,
Dress Jewelry, Shirts, Gloves, and a host of other useables,
many of them selected 'by our London office, all of them
moderately priced.

Your Father and Brother will appreciate a
gift from Del Prete's.

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Hand' tailored wool lined
Swiss silk ties
$2.00
Other ties at
$1.00 to $1.50
Hosiery
All wool imported Two
Steeple- half hose in brown,
gray, and white -
$1.75 to. $2.50
Other wool half hose
$.50 to $1.50

Silk Mufflers
Crepe squares, Persian and
other 'fantastic designs
$3.50
Other silk mufflers
$2.00 to $5.00
Silk Robes
Brocaded lounging and
travel 'robes in beautiful
patterns
$12.50 to $25.00
Others at $8.50 ,

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HAPPY FOR CHRISTMAS
We are ready to assist anyone
wishing to help some children

IInitial Handkerchiefs in plain white and fancy linen.
House ,jackets, Hats, Belts, Shirts, F~ajamas, Caps,- Tuxedoes,

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