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rFrAY DEC iOBET-1, 16, 1927

THE MICH'GAN DAILY

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STAR GUARD DEPARTS
FOB GAME ON COAST
I'Astorjer.s Lea v( For San Francista
Where They Willf Meet West's
A Il-S1ar' Aggregation
OUTFIT INCLUDES 18 MEN
( By Associated Press)
CHICAGO, Dec. 15-Stars of the
gridiron firmament of the eastern
part of the United States pooled their
tt.lents with those of two coaches,
many of whom had never seen
before and prepared for their western
invasion today.f
The players, 18 in all, will leave
tonight for San Francisco where they-
will meet the cream of the west's
football talent in a charity game, Dec.
26. Two Nebraska stars, Glen Pres-

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(Continued from Page Six)
a couple of times in his car'r.
He is a gentleman and a college
bred sportsman in every sense of
the word and a credit to his alma
mater, Michigan.
The reputation of George Sisler as
to sportsmanship ])rings to mindthe
many other Michigan men who have
built up for the Wolverines a most.
enviable reputation for sportsmanship
and clean fighting athletic teams.
In the "gossip of the wise" after
the Chicago-Michigan game, some
of these who may have lost money
on the game accused the Wolver-
ines in a, veiled, manner or other-
wise of "laying for' Ken Mouse,
great Maroon center, and pur-
posely getting him out of the
game.
Such a thing was ridiculous with
the Maroons' chances against the then
league-leading Illini, wnom the Ma-
roons met the Saturday following,
bound up in Rouse, but few consider-
ed this.

When such a thing was suP-
gested at a Collegiate club Iinch-
eon after the game, Fritz Crisier
immediately had a retort: "Our
boys report that. they never play-
ed against a cleaner team nor
one that fought harder that (id
Michigan last Sat urday." Word
of this came to Coach Tad Wie-
man from Commissioner Griffith
who adde(l "I thought you would
be glad to know this."
Another inst an oe of the 'igh regard
for Michigan teals cropped out at
an Ohio Wesleyan alumni gathering
in Cleveland.
On this occasion, Coach George
Cauther of the 13ishops said
"Michigans 5)orLts nanshil
was the finest our team has en-
countered in any of its big gam-
es."
AMSTERDAM-Tennis has been
dropped from the program of the 1928
Olympic games according to a decision
of the lawn tennis advisory commit-
tee.

HOLD INTERFRATERNITV
TANK, POLO TITLE MEETS
(Continued from Page Six)
opponents, Theta Chi, 3-0. Theta Chi
'on the right to meet, the fast Sigma
Alpha Mu aggregation, by virtue of
their 5-1 victory over the Phi Kappa
P'si poloists in the semi-finals on
Wednesday.1
During the elimination contest held
in the Union pool, the Theta Chi
natators set a new fraternity record
in the 10) yard relay race in the ssmi-
finals. Powers, Fields, Rossum, and
Crego won this event over the Phi1
Kappa Psi, swimmers setting a rec-
ord time of 38seconds. Crego who is-
also a football and track man, made
the best time in the back stroke doing
the 25 yards in 14.8 seconds.
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SPORTORIAIU
(Continued from P'age Six
the campus now is Charlotte Bow
a freshman, who swain for the
ego A. C. until last: year. Sh
now with the D. C. C. and at
mate of liss Losee. A meeting
tween the two is slated for some
before long and the result shou
intOrestin.
NEW YORK-Demands have
received by the U. S. Golf associ
that conceded lutts be forbidd
golf iatches.

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nell, halfback, and Ray Ralelis,
tackle, will join the invaders at Oma-
h a.1
Team To Use Warner Style
The two coaches, Richard Hanley of
Northwestern and Andy Kerr of
Washington and Jefferson, plan to use'
the Warner style of football in the
game inasmuch as both are pupils
of "Pop" Warner. They expect the
eastern squad to assimilate the style
readily.
The all-eastern squad represents 12
teams, Minnesota, Yale and Washing-
ton and Jefferson, each placed three.
Notre Dame and Nebraska placed two
each and the rest are from other
schools in theeast, middlewest north
and south. The squad is composed of
the following players:
Backs-Joesting and Almquist, Min-
nesota; Wynne, Notre Dame; Pres-
nell, Nebraska; Lane, Dartmouth;
Caldwell, Yale; Connors, New York
university, and Amos, Washington
and Jefferson.
Ends-Scott and Fishwick, Yale;
and Walsh, Notre Dame.
Tackles - Adkinson, Lafayette;
Weinstock, Western Maryland;
Douds, Washington and Jefferson:
Hansen, Minnesota, and Randells, Ne-
braska.
Guards- Pawley, Washington and
Jefferson, and Baer, Michigan.
Centers - Reitsch, Illinois, and
Hawley, Haskell.
The team will travel in a special
car, routed through Omaha and Og-
den, Utah. It is due to arrive in San
Francisco on Sunday morning.
MEST VIRINIA TEAM
WILL MEET MICHIGAN
MATMEN HERE JAN. 21
(Continued from Page Six)
as one of the strongest in the East.
Two years ago they defeated Illinois
at Urbana, and although the Confer-
ence champions defeated them last
season, the West Virginians boasted
one of the best records in the East
with Navy being included among their
victims.
Ohio university, the team which will
meet the Wolverines in the f'rst en-
gagment of the season on Jan. 11, is
rated as the best outfit in the Ohio
Conference, ' which includes six
schools. Last season Ohio university
captured the championship and no
less than six of the seven individ-
ual titles were held by members of
the winning team. Michigan State is
also stronger than last year, boasting
a team mainly composed of veteran
performers.
Conference Opponents Strong
Besides these usually difficult prac-
tice meets, the Wolverine matmen
will face three of the leading aggre-
gations in the Big Ten in Ohio State,
Northwestern, and Indiana, all of
whom are reputed to have powerful
teams this season, while Purdue, al-
though considered a "dark horse D
apt' to prove troublesome.
Practically all of the members of
the Varsity squad are planning to
shorten their Christmas vacation to
11 days, returning on Dec. 27 in or-
der to get into condition for the
strenuous schedule as well as for the
all-campus championship meet which
will be held on Jan. 6 and 7.
NAME WINNERS IN
UNION CONTESTS
The billiard and pool tournaments
which were promoted by the Union
during the past few weeks have been
finished and the winners and run-
ners-up announced. Edward C. Cron-
wall, Jr., '31, won the billiard tour-
nament from Henry G. Shakespear,
'30E. Frederick Marshall, '30. was the
winner in the pool tournament, taking
the final game from -enry Winsi,
'29.
The chess and checkers tournamen
will probably not be finished until
after Christmas holidays.

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