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THE M ICHI GAN DAILY
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BAY CITY AND MUSKEGON END YEAR IN TIE
TL ARFN. TT IT
f OR STATE INTERSCHOLASTIC ClHAM PIONSHIPI
C~a 1 apds ~nraii'alsBefreCity Central at iLay City. B^ay
GrMuapids Cntral Balls Before City has played a hard schedule
stegoa While Bay Cityn P this season, and has not lost a
:cats Highland Park ! game of the eleven played, thus
giving them an equal claim with
BOTH TEAMS SNOW POWER the Big Reds to the state cham-
Muskegon High, prep school of Highland Park started with a
Bennie Oosterbaan, by virtue of its rush when Captain Palmaroli
20-0 victory over Grand Rapids heaved a long pass to Demaree
Central Thanksgiving day ended who was brought down on the Bay
the 1928 season in a tie for the City two yard line, from where the
state championship with Bay City Bears plunged over in two downs.
Central which defeated Highland From this point on, however the
Park, co-holders of the Detroit city Detroit team did not threaten, as
title, by a score of 20-7, thus keep- shortly after the first score Pett of
ing their record for the year clean. Bay City blocked one of Palmaroli's
The game between Muskegon punts and scooped up the ball and
and Central was the thirty-seventh ran 45 yards for a score. The sec-
played between the two schools ond touchdown was added in the'
who have been rivals since 1892. second quarter when Halsted
This state title is the third that' crossed the line on an off-tackle
the Big Reds have won in as many smash following a march down the
years, and the yhave taken six of field.
the last eight grid championships, In the fourth period a long pass
besides playing thirty games with- from Pett to Tews netted Bay City
out suffering a defeat. . its last score. The powerful Bay
The. scores of the Redman City line stopped the co-cham-
coached Muskegon machine came pions of Detroit dead, and their
early in the first, second, and third only worth while gains were via
quarters as the result of long drives the aerial route.
of straight football which the
smaller black j erseyed boys fron
Grand Rapids could not stop. The
Big Red team Thanksgiving day
brought to mind the Muskegon
squad of last year which was hail-
ed as the best football intoscholas-
tic team ever turned out in West-
ern Michigan, and which romped
over all its opponents by large
Meiers Plays Good Game
Two of the touchdowns were ac-
counted for by Captain Meiers at
fullback, after drives which start- -
ed back of mid-field. The other
score was made by Fouts under -
much the same conditions. It was
not until the last quarter that Cen-
tral found itself and clearly out-
played their heavier opponents
making a total of three first downs.
While Muskegon and Central
were having their historic struggle
at Hackley field, Muskegon, High-
land Park was trying to upset Bay
GEORGETOWN WILL TRVY SOJPHOMORES WIN FROM
TO SPOIL TITAN RECORD FRESHMAN WRESTLERS
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ing eight victories in nine starts, Burleson, a 145 pounder, registered
and running up 286 points to 29 for the second freshman triumph of
the opposition. Carnegie Tech the day by defeating Rob eare,1
was the only eleven to vanquish whiledStoddard took the heavy-
the Hilltoppers, winning 13-0.1 weight match from Hagberg of the
Coach Little's team conquered Varsity squad.
New York U, 7-2, and won from Two 115 pound matches were
West Virginia by a 12-0 score. Mt. held, the sophomore matmen win-
St. Mary's Susquehanna, Lebanon ning both of them by falls. Mc-
Valley, West Virginia Wesleyan, Gilliard captured the first and
Duke, and Fordham are the other Spicer the second. Heim won the
victims. 135 pound match which proved to
Coach Charlie Dorais' squad will be one of the feature bouts of the
be trying for its fifteenth consec- afternoon.
utive victory today. The Titans The decision in the 158 pound'
|have not lost a game since the class went to Shultz of the Varsity
Notre Dame contest early last sea- squad. Matches were not held in
son. Eight victories are on the the other two weights, the 165 and
books this year, over DePaul, Tulsa, the 175 pound classes.
Louisville, Loyola, Dayton, St. Louis, Following the second freshman-
Michigan State, and Fordham. Varsity meet next Friday, the
SThe. Titans have a fine defensive members of both squads will point
record, holding their rivals to 14 their efforts toward the all-campus
points, all scored by Tulsa. During championship tourney which will
this time Detroit has scored 234 be held shortly before the Christ-
points. mas recess.
The Michigan Varsity football
squad and coaches will be guests Subscribe for the Michiganensian
of the University of Detroit athlet- now. It costs only $4.00.
ic association at today's game.
Afterwards the Wolverines will at- _ _ _ __ _ _
tend the annual football bust at
the Hotel Statler tendered by the1
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their own foul line. This is a de-
partment of offense that is certain
to net points providing the Wol,
verines continue to perform as they
Shooting Is Erratic
Although Orwig and Rose man-
aged to find the hoop on three oc-
casions each, the shooting was er-
ratic as is to be expected this early
in the season. McCoy and Chap-
man were both able to come close
on several occasions but failed to
With a fairly strong defense or
hand, Coach Veenker's main prob-
lem seems to be the development
of some sharp shooters to replace
Bennie Oosterbaan and Hank Har-
rigan who together accounted for
more than half of the points scored
by the Wolverines last year. Bill
Orwig has a good eye for the bas-
ket and Danny Rose has shown
flashes of promise.
a iY 1:'; iaer, 1927
Larus & Pro. Co.,
U. S. A.
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NOTICE--H. W. Clark Shoe Fac-
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Only one shoe factory in town.
RIDING BOOTS from $10 up; golf
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Cor. State and Washington Sts.
Arthur W. Stalker, D.D., Minister
Samuel J. Harrison, Associate
Minister and Student Director
10:30 a. m.-Morning Worship.
Communion Service. "A Phil-
osophy of Life," Dr. Stalker's
12:00 noon-Bible Classes for
6 'p. m.-Wesleyan Guild Devo-
tional meeting.nBen DeGraff,
7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship.
"The New Commandment,"
Rev. Mr. Harrison's sermon
Huron and Division Sts.
Merle H. Anderson, Minister
Dale H. Moore, Associate
Mrs. Nellie B. Cadwell, Secretary
9:30 a. m.-Church School.
10 a. m.-Student Class in Audi-
10:45 a. m.-Morning Worship.
Sermon, "The Hound of Hea-
yen" (A study of Francis
5:30 p. m.-Social Hour for
6:30 p. m.-Young People's
meeting. Leade.r, Ernest. Hil-
der. Topic, "The Mystical Ele-
ment in Religion."
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
R. Edward Sayles, Minister
Howard R. Chapman, Minister
10:30-"A Strange Beatitude,"
Sermon by Mr. Sayles.
12:00-The Church School.
12:00-The Student group meets
at Guild House. Mr. Chap-
man's course on N. T. History.
5:30-Friendship hour for all
6:30-Devotional hour. Ray-
mond Bridges and Miss Lyda
McHenry will speak on "The
Stewardship of Life."
(Evangelical Synod of N. A.)
Fourth Ave. between Packard
Theodore R. Szhmale
FIRST CHURCH OF
409 S. Division St.
10:30 a. m.-Regular Morning
service, sermon topic, "Ancient-
and Modern Necromancy, alias
Mesmrism and Hvnotism.
Corner State and William Sts.
Allison Ray Heaps, Minister
10:45 a. m.-Sermon topic, "The
Sympathy of Life."
5:30 p. m.-Student Fellowship.
Prof. J. R. Hayden, custodian
of Clement's Library, gives an
illustrated lecture, "Peoples
and Problems of the Philip-
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in rich colorings-blues, deep reds,
greens and black and white harmoni-
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collars, cuffs and pockets and sash
belts give them a touch of luxury.
Division and Catherine Sts.
Rev. Mr. Henry Lewis, Rector
Rev. Mr. T. L. Harris, Assistant
8:00 a. m.-Holy Communion.
9:30 a. m.-Holy Communion
9:30 a. m.-The Church School.
11:00 a. m.-Holy Communion.
Dr. Paltock is speaking.
11:00 a. m.-The Kindergarten,
5:00 p. m.-Even Song.
6:30 p. m.-The Student Supper.
ST. PAUL'S LUTHERAN
Third and West Huron Streets
C. A. Brauer, Pastqr
Res. 1005 W. Washington St.
9 a. m.-German Service.
FLANNEL ROBES in smart blazer-
striped patterns are offered in great
variety at $10.50 and $1G.50.
6E1 F ,fUnversity
ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH
Washington St. at Fifth Ave.
E. C. Stellhorn, Pastor
9:00 a. m.-Harvest Festival.
Service in German.
Maurice B. Pekarsky
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