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TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1928

THE MICHIGAN

DAILY

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TWCITV rnun MN Seven Games Remain
Iffh l -I IUU!1 LTI I On Eastern Program'
fl (ByxAsgoci ted IPreys )
NEW YORK, Nov. 2.-The usual
Thanksgiving day card, rich with
(Coninud Fom Pge ix) traditional rivalries, and two games
(Coninud Fom Pge ix) setfor December 1 will wind up
the graduating seniors, Boden,etthe eastern schedule for this year.l
Cragin, Totzke, and Wiliams, have What football there is in the east!
received the award, Squier winning thereafter will consist chiefly ofj
his first "M" at the close of theo
1926 season. Of the other lette- arguments over who is and who is
not entitled to the mythical east-
men, 11 are juniors and six soph1- ern championship.
omores. There are five outstanding bat-
The sophomore letter winners in-I tles on the Turkey day schedule
elude three halfbacks, two ends involving foes of long standing.!
and a guard. Simrall, Holmes, and Cornell can take little more than
Wheeler being the backs, Draveling hope to Philadelphia where the
and Cornwell the ends and Steinke Ithacans must battle a mighty
the lineman. Among the juniors, Pennsylvania machine stopped'
Dahlem, Geistert, Hozer, Hulbert, only by the Navy.
Orwig, and Straub will receive __ _
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ferred to the Varsity from the "B"
squad, Mike Geistert was given a!
letter mainly because of his fine
work with the Junior Varsity dur-:
ing the early games of the season.f
His spectacular playing against
Western State Normal college won
his promotion to the Varsity squad
and he broke into the lineup inI
both the Michigan State and the:
Iowa contests.
The annual football banquet will
be held tonight in the Union and at
this time the 1929 captain will be
announced. The squad will attend
the Grid Bust given by the Detroit
alumni on Saturday, and will at-;
tend the Detroit-Georgetown game
in the afternoon.-
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April S0, 1928
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