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SUNDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1925

THE*,- MICHIGAN

D A. I L

PAGE SEVEN~

S U N D A , D E E M B 1 R 1 , 1 9 2 9T ~ l E M I C I G A N.AI L

ELDER'S RUN GIVES IRISH

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WIN FROM A RMI CIFD

NATIONA HONORS1
CONGIEED TO MENi
FROM
Oly Pittsburg and Tulane Cant
Contest High Ratirng of
Rockne Coached Team.,

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TO INDIANA SOUADgg
Captain McCracken Will Lead;
Stroig Team This Year;
Sophomores Promising. '

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Veesker Drills First
Team Cagers as Squad
Begins Conditioning
(Continued From Page 6)
Jones, a Bay City product, has
been showing a lot of improvement
n practice and may be looked upon
as a serious contender for the post.
He has an ideal build for basket-
ball and in addition is fast and

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MURPHY, HARMESON TO DIVIDE

CAPTAINCY HONORS AT PURDUE

{Suecial to Thv 1)a il; 1

Lambert, who has pijoted the Boil-

LAFAYETTE. IND.. NOV. 30.-- ermakers to tour titles, or shares
Charles "Streten- wiurphy, Purdue's titles, in the last ten years.
All-American center, and Glen formal captain for the season v
Harmeson, flashy floor-working for- elected by the squad at the cl
ward, will divide the captaincy of the 1929 campaign, the choice
honors of Purdue's basketball squad leaders for the games being left
during the coming season, it was Lambert's hands as an appoint
announced today by Coach Piggy matter.

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ARMY HOLDS IRISH EVEN
Elder's 100 Yard Sprint After-
Intercepting Pass Only
Break of Game.
(Soccial to The Daily)
Fighting their way into the teeth
of bitter cold weather Notre
Dame's fighting Irish brushed aside
their last opposition of the year,
and stand ready to piesent claims
for the naionai grid champion~-
ship as a result of yesterday's win
over the Army by a 7-0 score be-
1ore 83,000 shivering fans in the
great Yankee Stadium.
The - Hoosier delegation today
pays tribute to Jock Elder, Notre
Dame's sprinting halfback, whose
interception of Chris Cagel's pass
on his goal line and whose subse-
quent 100-yard dash for the lone
touchdown of the game provided the
winning margin of the Irish.
This run, as surely as it estab-
lished the winner, surely averted
cdifeat for the Rockneless Ramblers.
Army had just recovered a block-
ed kick on Notre Dame's 11-yard
line. An attempt at the line show-
ed the Army that the line of the
middle westerners was not invul-

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Ralph "Pest" Welcb,
As one of the outstanding rea-
sons for 1 h e powerful well balanc-,
ed dxiving powers of Purdue's con-
ference championship team, Welch,'
is a most logical choice on All-I
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Had Irish Flatfooted.
Then Chris Cagle began to turn{
left end, the Notre Dame second-
ary defense did not see a waiting
soldier back hesitating for Cagle's9
subsequent diagonal pass-that is ;
all except this Elder!
The Irish speed merchant after Coach Ruby Needs Experienced
a slow start raced the length of the Men in Building 1929-30
field after snatching the ball in . . i
midair. His interference cleared all ' Ini Machine.
would-be Army tacklers before he (Special to The D)jly)
had reached the 40-yard line. Car- Ill., Nov. 29.-Upon
rideo added the xtra point.RBANA,I., Nov. 29.-Upon the
Over the remainder of the game performance of untested sopho-
it was a nip and tuck battle all mores largely depends the showing
the way. The half ended with the of the University of Illinois in bas-
ball in midfield in the possession ketballthis season.
of the West Pointers. Opening the Bud Harper, who has had one I
third quarter with a brilliant at- season's experience, is the only var-
taok the Irish were unable to gain sity forward available. Harper did
with the Army forwards arising to well enough in his first season, but
the greatest heights of the sea- his scoring exploits were far be-
son hid his teammate, Johnny How,
Pass Fails to Click. second high point man in the Big
Notre Dame's greatest advance Ten, who isgone.
into the Army territory came in T Height is Lackig.
the beginning of the fourth quar Ts leaves Coach Craig Ruby's
ter. Advancing the ball to the West squad sadly shy of men with ex-
Point 37-yard line a pass over the perience in the front field. Another
Poin,7 d Elne pover r- disadvantageis the lack of man
goal line, Elder to Colerick, bare- sizable players. One of the great-
ly missed connections, and Carri- est drawbacks which Ruby has en-I
deo was forced to punt. tcountered has been the dearth ofI
The Army soon fought their way ' tall lads who could compete with
out from the shadows of their goal the Murphys and other step-lad-
and fought the Irish on even terms ders of the conference.
over the remainder of the game. The Illini are captained by Doug
An Army touchdown was barely Mills of football fame, probably one
averted when Cagle taking Car- of the smallest floor guards in the
rideo's long punt on his own 30" conference. The other lettermen
yard line dashed to the Irish 36- are Harper, Herb Hill, a midget
yard line. This 34-yard gain was guard, and Horace May, 6 feet 4
a beautiful bit of open field run- inches tall, who learned practically'
ning for the redhead had to fight all his basketball lore in college.
at least a half dozen tacklers. It Kawal Looks Promising.
looked like touchdown for after Just now the guess is that Ruby
shaking off three tacklers at mid- inclines to a trio of sophomores as
field Cagle sped into the open, but the most likely reinforcements. The
was brought down from behind b y most talked-of recruit is Eddie
Conley. Kawal, who played a whale of a
Notre Dame took the ball on 1gaie at center on the football
downs shortly after and the game team. Kawal captained and played
ended after an exchange of punts. center on- the high school team of
Carrideo and Murrell showed up Morton high, Cicero, which won the
well in the punting duel which fea- national championship in 1927 and
tured the game which was hardI was a national honorary five selec-

FOOTBALL MEN REPORT1
.(iicciaI (oTi 14: I \t
IBLOOMINGTON, Ind.,Nov. 29.--
Ten additional names were added
to the basketball roster at Indiana ;l
University this afternoon when net
players who have Deen out of foot-
ball reported for their first basket-
ball drill. Cautain branch McCrack-
en, of Monrovia, who will lead the 1
Crimson netmen this season, was 1
among the 10 who reported.#
Along with McCracken were Jas-,l
per, Fort Wayne; Ashby, Evansville;
Zeller, East Chicago; Eber, Muncie;
Blagravem, Washington; Henry,
Seymour; Dauer, Gary; Clark, In-
dianapolis, and Brubaker, Fort
Wayne. On the football team Mc-
Cracken, Zeller and Blagrave play-
e4 end. Ashby, Eber, Dauer and
Brubaker played in the Hoosier
backfield, while Clark, Henry and
Jasper played in the line.
Plan Larger Squad.
With the reporting of the 10 foot-
ball men, the Indiana squad now
contains 25 candidates. Another cut
{ will be made before the season
starts, Coach Everett S. Dean an-
nounced today. A larger squad than
usual will be maintained this sea-
son since Coach Dean and Athletic
Director Z. G. Clevenger are plan-
ning a complete "B" team schedule.;
The first double header "A" and "B"1
team games will be played with Do-;
Pauw here December 1.
Coach Dean told his men that
concentrated practice would be
necessary since only a few days re-
main to practice before Thanks-
giving vacation. Fundamentals
were stressed in today's practice.
New plays will be demonstrated at
the first practice after Thanksgiv-
ing vacation.
Zeller Is Counted On.
Nine sophomores looked promis-
ing in their pre-season practices.
The most outstanding sophomore
forward is Joe Zeller, of East Chi-
cago, who was captain of the fresh-
man net team last year. He playedE
regular end on Pat Page's gridiron
team this season. He -stands over
six feet in height. Dauer, Massy and,
Clark will give their tall team mate
a close fight for the right to play
regular at forward. Blagrave and
Costas, of Bloomington, are two
giants who will give Bud Gill, of
Washington, a battle for the back-
guard berth. Eber, Klontz and Ad-
ams are out to win a floor guard
place on the first five.
A big Franklin automatic timer will
tell the fans how many minutes are
left to play in the basketball games
at Indiana this season. The giant
clodj has large numerals and can '
easily be seen from any point in the
feldhouse.
NOTICE
! An all conference team, a re-
sult of the combined selections
of the various members of the
Sports staff of the Michigan
Daily will appear in Tuesday

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two such players as McCoy and
Rose is bound to be felt however.
Coach Veenker has not as yet
settled on any one combination
vhich could be called his Varsity,
but rather has shifted his men
around looking for the outfit which
wvill work best together, With a
wealth of material available, should
the Wolverine mentor uncover a
air of above the average guards,
he feels that he may bring another
backetball championship to Michi-
gan.
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High Grade Repair Service

The loss of

THE most capa-
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is boun d to be fill-
ed with elbowing,
jostling crowds as
the zero hour of
Yuletide ap-
proaches. It's no
fun to compete
with a heedless
mob for picked-
over merchandise.

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Act Now
Take a few moments today and make out your
Gift List. There are those gifts that must be mailed
before the line at the Post Office begins to extend out
into the Arcade.
Let the Daily be of valuable assistance to you in
your shopping. It will be unnecessary to "pound the
pavements" in this cold weather if you first look
through the advertisements in this paper.
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morning's edition. This custom
will be revived at the request of
our readers and the relative
merits of the outstanding per-
formers in Big Ten football will
be carefully weighed in approxi-
mating the excellent selective
work accomplished in past years.

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