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TUESDAY, D)ECEMBDlR IS, 1Mu"

THE MICH-IGAN DAIEV- PAGE tmvE-l

ToOPPOsE[NWKEYE
IN CONTEST TONIGHT-
Conquerors Of Indiana Will TPes
Strength Of Hawkcyes On Both
Offense And Defense
WILCOX BACK IN LINEUP
IOWA CITY, Dec. 17.-A!fn as-
signment of maid-season toughness
has been meted out to the Univer-
sity of Iowa basketball team which
plays. the Washington University
quintet from St. Louis tomorrow
night on the field house court.
It is the problem of the Hawk-
eyes to stop the team which de-
feated Indians, the Big Ten's co-
champion of 1928, and to break up
an offense led by Meyer, a tower-
ing center. Don White, Purdue's
high scoring guard of a few years
bask, =has fashioned a style of play
somewhat similar to that of the
Bloilermakers.
Sophomores To Start
Three ,sophomores probably will
appear- in the Iowa lineup. Both
of the Hawkeye guards are in their
first year of Varsity play,° and so
is Nelson, the left forward. Farroh,
the football blocking halfback, has
come forward as a guard and is
giving Kinnan and David, letter-
men, a fast race.
In the 10 days intervening since
South. Dakota was defeated by a
20 point margin, Iowa's offense
and defense both have improved
and the men are handling the ball
more surely. Captain Wilcox, out
of the first game with influenza.
is almost at normal strength again. I
Washington's Bears will test
Iowa's defensive powers, Coach
Barry believes. Meyer averaged
nine points per game in Missouri
Valley conference contests lastI
witr o ri g a d W itealso were regulars last winter.
Captain Kurz, a star guard, may
be able to play part of the game
despite a lingering football injury.
PROBABLE LINEUPS
Iowa Washington
Twogood ......RF..... Constance
Nelson ........ LF...... Lohrdin;
Wilcox (C) . ... C.......... Meyer
Farroh ........LG.......Weintge
Geneva ....... RG ......Duncan
.Officials: Referee-George Levis;
(Wisconsin) ; Umpire=iIra Car-
SACRAMENTO-Tommy Armour:1
annexed the open golf champion-
ship here with a total of 289 forI
72 holes, leading Johnny Golden
by four' strokes.
FOR
THATj
HOLIDAY
PARTY
THINKj
FIRST.
OF
WARD'S

ALL-AMERICAN ELE VEN'
FROM CHOICES OF

COMPILED
'MANY CRI"T IC",

U~~~ LUUIIILIUUILL NHLL

/ANMEN ~W/

E As the sport authorities have Newspaper Allaince, Warner-rhn _ - [fl
completed their annual task of ne-Jones, The New Yor'k Sun, ai
choosing all-American teams, it is College Humor.
appropriate to make. a survey, of The three all-American t{i
;~heir choices and draw up a com- and points received by eachpiyrtn
p~osite all-star aggregation with follow:
these as a basis. In this way the FIRST TEAM
tcopinions of men who have seem' LE-Fesler (Ohio State) ... its
'practicaly every player of repute 'I,-'-Po11me'ei.1ig Michigan), . .2(
in the country in action are given LG-GeOtto (Pittsburgh)
weight, and the resulting team i., C -Pund (Georgia Tech)... 49
more likely to be representative Of RG-Post (Stanford ) ..).. < n
true mnerit and ability. RTr-Nowack TIlinois) IL . .1)'e'
Cagle Unamious Choice RE--aycraft (Minnesota)
In choosing this composite team, QB- H-arpster (Carnegie Tech),. 7te m t i a l v n f 3 s ot!L -C ge,( r y . . ..-7(_ ,
critics through-out the country R--- Strong (New York U.)...61i
were considered. Following teF-cl euyvna...i
te'F-cl(Pnslai). .15method employed in selecting the EODTA ;
all-Conference team recently inSCN) E1
The Daily, five points are awarded LE-Van Sickle (Florida) " " Gal
a player for a place on an all- LT-Miller (Notre Damc)...1? hi ale
American first team, three points ELG-Gibson (Minnesota)... "" ....
for a second team position, and one C -Howe (Princeton)......23 {
point for a third team place. RG--McMullen (Nebraska) ....u.
'R't'-Hibbs (Souzthern California.20lc
Christian Cagle, Army's shiftyj RE-Phillips (California)lb c ,w st e o y un im sj""9
choice of the sport scribes, therebyQ-al Oeo tt)..1
(ganin th mximm o 6 ponts ILH-Hoffman (Stanford)....1
gainng he axium o 65poits.RH-Mizel (Georgia Tech)i.. . . . ....3
Strong of New York U. was close TV}c l
behind with 61 points, while Harp-; FB-Carroll (Washington).. ..
ster of Carnegie Tech was third, TIHIRD TEAM Zi~
earning 57 points. There was moret LE-Lawler C(Princeton) ( .'19 -'TM
unanimity of opinion regarding the LT-Lassmnan (New York U7.) 3.. ';s,(~
backs than the linemen, as t~e' LG-Robesky (Stanfordl) ...t'(Jfl
judgment of the respective for- 1C -Barragecr (Southern how(
wards was-quite divergent. Otto Californii:a.. 2. 1th-CC
Pommerening, Michigan's - great P~GBur~ke (Navy)......1;-T
tackle, was well regarded by the: RTr-Douds (W, & J,) ...........C ft(
critics, only one selection failing to R E-R ose nw eig (Carnegie Tech i > 13 i ooti m n i n h m .,Q - o d M n e o a . . . ) 0-1
Compiled k' r om many Sources LI--Brazil (Detroit).......
The authorities from whose RH-Crabtree (Florida) 9 III
selections the mythical team wasJ FB-Hohmer (Nothwestern)....2alg(o
compiled are Grantland Rice, Wal- - - -- ban)
ter Eckersall, John W. Heisman,; NEW YORK CITY---New York oo
Davis J, Walsh, Lou Little, Red; Yankees captured the professional'1
Grange, the Associated Press, theI football championship of the ei,y j
United Press, Newspaper Enter- by defeating the New York Giant;,'a
p~rise Association, North Americani 7-6. -

R LMEON COAST,
-t!'nrure iBat Intimates
1; ANTA. Ga., Dec. 17.Georgia'
C,5 udceeed foot ball eleven,
j tid o repre'tSentt the East In
An ! n.'11< (11 e ?; -l 'e U gal-le iii
a y, si tiedl down today to
tai+.f fl s of getting in physical.
it ion for th1e clash with 'thej'
foi'nia Goldlen Bears.
sm)Unnution of practice comes
ra week's layoff, following the
:e with Georgia, Dec. 8, and al-
?i so e oft the Tech perform-
ka-1 ve been su ffering from flu,
mI ill Alexander had the en-
, i-n uniform today, for.1
t ofa-r- ofsrnos
gouts.
ic date and hour the team will
art for California has been =
1heid by Tec h authorities.
I.Week-end" is Coach Alex-
iT s invariable reply to all in-
e3.11t was thought probable,
ever, that the team wviil leave,
r sday night or Friday.,
%vo1 special trains xwill be opce-
d from At lant a, aceoniodating
ball en-thusiasts of Georgia and.t
u, southern points.
A ANA-Mexico won the Hid-
trophy by 'defeating the Cu--
tcn is stars four matches to
E1

Uncertainty over th~e possibilii CoatI ( Icd l'O ,~.~
ofstrilki goff Ihs ,Detroit gan 1:, l 'N )'CS h''" 'l' i
fj."ci the schiedule and the onus ~ ~ .~19.~x V
-,o f t e A b o l s c t n the 1929 football schedule w hich lt10M ya d h1d1 cp.e ent
is announced todayv at ichi ;on 510 yardfres l-Wlk'MC

St~ate college.t
Ralph H. Young, director of ath.-!r
letics at the upstate institution de-j
clared that the Spartans had
neither refused nor agreed to mieet
Detroit on the gridiron next yea:^.l
November 16 has been temporarily,
left open with the possibility that,
the Titans will be played although
other teams are mnder considera-
tion.

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lrecoi'dd CJ
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among the h~est in the State.- T:e
result of twenty years' carefulI
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MT NOIC NOTICae alreslc'
tion of Greeting Cards and Mot-
toes. Francisco-Boycd, 719 N.
Uni.
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MACK~ TUTORING AGENCY
310 So. State. Phone 7927
17. T. F. c
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Jewelry's lasting beauty
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adornment, Hd-cnce, its
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Bracelets, Neck- 4
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we'd like you to
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IA 'l'ICF.; :-Dial 3916, Moe Laundiicry,
S201 N. Main St., for laundry sor-
vi(ce with i'e"al personal atten-tion
lke rceived at haonic. c
T1YPING --Tl-esec a specialty. Fait,
irates. M. V. Ilartsuff. Dial 9387.
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Coronia, Royal, Underwood, Rem-
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makes bought, sold, rented. ex-
changed, cleaned, repaired. Large
stock, best service,.oniert
prices. Phione 6615. 0. D. Morrill.
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NOTICE--1l. W. Clark Shoe F'ac-
tory, corner of South University
and Forest. Let us save you 20
percent on your repair work.
Onyone shoe factory in town.
RIDING BOOTS from $10 uip; golf
shoes from $3 up; moccasins in
Sten different leather styles, $f
All kinds of shoes made to your
ineastire.----I. W. Clark, C
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Call D. lanunoncl, 7017. 73
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yesterday at the My 17 Fine cafe.
R=eward $15. Call W., F. Shoep-
'herd, 913 E. Huron. lDial .329£1.
73,74
10,8'V Person1 who exchanged
(oats by mistake,- in Union Tap
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PLEASE.
IA8 - lal-ie bt hand
buckskin glove so mewhe"_re be-
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South Universil "y, oni Thursday
afternoon. P hon)e 661'7.
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WANTED----Student for housework
and furnace during Christmas
vacation. 1429 Hill. Phone 8118.
73,'74
WANTED-Faculty member of S.
of M, desires room in home- near
campus. Occupancy Jan, 7. Call
Mrs. Bacher, 1012. 3495. 73
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UJp t,) date design, made from
genuine all wool Wilton cloth.
S-ame quality that you will pay
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"llerry Xmas"
'ith &irne Gif
Evaust(0C, I11.
- Dec. 31, 19117
II La rums &Bro. Co.
I Richmnond, Va.
1)ear Sirs:
I happen to be bles;t w\'ItI a ho,1st of
vermy fine friendls, mostly }highhrowffl;''
- 1i'fc;;or.s, scienti~ts, ox(. (lenC'-
!ally at Christmas time thelay hvthr
rClnMh11rance and all that [ih some
littile gift-__a box (If ciga rs;, lisiing;
tarckle, a book-- all that sort, of tl~Ig
Well, this Christmas many ,;eemed(
to centre on tobacco. Now~, mairk; you>,
these fellows have no coflmrluCia(ioCC
with each other. They live in wide+ly
separated parts of the count ry, so it
was no "put--up" joke on ie or any-
thing; like that. But here came seven-
teen boxes of tobacco, and :sixteen of
them time familiar blue " deorti!"
The seventeenth was a veryr flossy
walniut, hrass-trimed b(CX, but if'
knIow tobacco, thelc (o~t('11 Iswere
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register a bull's eyes Gifts of every de-
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