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Football Charms for Big
Ten Championship.
hli higan.'s 193C \Jarit; ridl .:on
season reached its finale yesterday
when the Athletic Administration1
office announced the names of
memir ers of the squad who h~ave
been recommended by the coaches'
to receive the major "M," the high-'
cst award of the University for
competition in a major sport. Gold
footballs, sign =scant of the West-
ern Con fercnce championships
whi~h the Varsity shares with
Northwestern, will also be given to
the letterinen.
Awards will be made to 23 men
who have participated in the games!
this season. Of this number, eight
are backfi d men. Two quarter-- I
batek.; who are recommended arel
I-ariy Newman, Detroit; and Est_'
Tessmer, Ann Arbor. Capt. Harri-
son Simnrail, Le angton, Ky.; C. Jack
Wheeler, Bay City; Charles DeBak-
er, Muskegon; William Heston, Jr.,!
Detroit; and Harry East n Jr.,
Detroit; are the halves who Ymill re -
ceive awards. Only one fulbac k,
Roy IludLsoil, Girard, Ohio, hias beenI
Ipt oil the merit lis .
Maynard Morrison, Rloyal Oak,
and R. C. Morgan, Toledo, Oh o, are
the Varsity centers who will receive
the honor. Three guards, Francis
M. Cornwell, Grand Rapids; Omer
L aJe[unesse, Iron Mountain; and
Leslie Douglass, Gary, Ind.,. have
also been mentioned. The five Var-
sity tackles who are to become "M11"
rnen are: Leo Draveling, Port Hur-S
,cry; Thomas Samuels, Canton, 0.;
Ciare Purdum, Warren, Ohio; Wal-
lace Miller, Wilmette, Ill.; and
Howard J. Auer, Bay City.
The ends who are to be privil -a
eged to wear the Michigani letterF
include five men: William Hewitt,c
Bay City; Norman Daniels, Detroit;
Roderick Cox, Birmingham; Stan- p
ley Hoer, Muskegon; and Ivan h
Williamson, Toledo, Ohio. i
Six of these men have piayed -
their last game for Michigan; they
will either graduate or be ineligible:
for further competition. Cornwell, C
Draveling, Eastman, Morgan, Sim-
rail, and Wheeler are the men who s
will not return to the squad next ig
year. x



Squad Sees Heavier

I Sideline
by Joe Russel.
SNow that the tumult and the
shouting have died over, tre West-
ern Conference gridirons, two teams
stand out from the pack as chamn-
pions. Michigan and Northwestern
)u 'h have a legit-
imate claim to -


Michigan reg'ular
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Chatter I
When the seasan ended the

Practice Sessions Due
This Week.


played gdK
starting at ed
another f ull- 4 .
back had been

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The rambling Irish eleven wvill take on the Army gridders at 180ldierfo
iid November 29 in the seventeenth cncounti be.tween the two teams.

Coming into their own with the'3
close of the football season Coach
Veexiker's squad of basketball play-
rswill also come into some of the I
mnost intensive drilling of the sea-I
-on. Last night the entire squad
went through a fundamental drill
and then shifted to some of the
more intricate studies of the Michi-
gan offense.
Practice this week will be held
every night with the exception of
Thursday and that day the cagers
will work out in the morning; before
they go for their turkey. Since thel
cut in the squad there will have to I
by slight revision when Daniels,
1Williamson, Tessn~r and DeBaker
report today after a two day rest
from the grid season.
With the opening of the seasoni
less than two weeks away the cag--
ers will put more emphasis on the
scrimmages in drill. Opening the
eason with Western State 'leach-
(_ o OiiLDue. 6 the 'Wolves should
have no trouble in getGing off to a
good start, but this game wil snow
what Michigan has in the w.y (of
!,an entry for the title race this.
SSo far there has been little die-
cision made as to theC probable line-
up for the Varsity, however, the
combination of Weiss and Evelavnd
at forward, Peitrie, Altenhoff and
Shaw alternating and Manuel hold-
ing down the pivot post has been
a regular feature in the early prac-
tice periods.
This week has been des gnatedl
as one in which the scrimmages
will play the leading roll and Veen-
ker will probably find several other
men on his hardwood crew that
will prove serious contenders for

the L 1 L Ui C, ltliU ,

way1C of re ising t tamupxvh the yearling squad which has con-
wihi relya converted._:iend. sistently withstood the buffeting of
the msloia the owher < the Varsity for the past months
successor to the gadptA I under the direction of Coach Rayy
4 4. civacatedub. Fisher, according to an announce-
r due4, it wiilb roam, fun1. ment of tha coaches yesterday.
nec0etsary fote d f ullzack anC. The men who have been recoin-
13 tiltogo' tackle last year, 1- ic on mended for numerals include: Dick
down in history , but who proved so versatile AnlCiao o utn o
dvdd btenthiat he is an almc st re Adl
i< tl2 Ldc a t., anid Cnerne-hiea hlpvt umbus, Ohio; Fred Brainard, Chi-
pfC lnculs irl osition. cago; Cecil Cantrill, Jr., Lexington,
litthe Dickinsan system Also at the end of tce y-ar, h y;JmsCnvr n br
ev es 0oach IKipke's Varsity a Wleie rsne n fteHwi opr aer
W o ve i es lie;Lnt d on.o he H wa d o pe , a ee.c 1 w r the Purple, im o s t versatile O h r r : W l e. D b s
inn", iis s l ot cYLoLgh to lei backfields in the IOhr r:Wle .Dbs
the Unnce Nw- AslanatKyletirmanuvehori-siieConference._ lp\tte cva- mAshland, Kyf. Kalaerman errverhardusre
IYOl-~X; 'r v~cn~Penn.; Charles Bernard, Benton
No~ anhsa noman abilitKlmao;y~ Eln, re
! lg , , nd Tcr gwBHarbor; Harold Ellerby, Birming-
lief cr, dI ini tsh ud n ;.nl1 o I ham; B. B. Kelley, Bardestown, Ky.,
fel 'oidto.;ar teInre~ nl alitl 1%George Kyes, Detroit; Charles Le-
W~tf t~ L~aL LU (,C~ti. OW-I aL- ws aqdaFevre, Northville; Len Laser, Chi-
tis IH et~Ce VL )C ~ k C~)r cago; Leonard" Meldman, Detroit;
two ;y ;; ,ea champions fthi:S iairwl, oLIQ of R. Miller, E~ghland Park; Fr~ed
year, ai, the Maize and P lue, the bast blocher atraCnciatOi;Wl
mnay be hailetl, as one of ttuein. who has been see -2 h atm anRennYonton, Ohio; -1
in developing this title a grega-! on a, Michi e? n Charles E. Stone, Detroit; Philip
titan Coach Harry Kipke dieserves i gridiron for some ______ Schaupner, Detroit; Oscar Singer,
the highest credit.I years, and a cap- New York, N. Y.; Eli Soodik, New
Z7:if ~ ~artinzg the sea- able passretxeive: Ne wmxan Brighton, Penn.; Harry Stinespring,
} J >a inanything ( as well played at one half. Jack Chicago, Ill.; Harry Tillotson, Ann
I Wiweler, probably the outstanding Arbor; Louis Westover, BaCiy
r r x h' gt anl auspiciouis . rnning, back on theWolerie " i ancis Wistert, Chicago, Ill.; Wil-
::rauneht Kip kem. (Continued on Page 7) 11am Zag orin, of Chicago, Ill.
j arefully to the
{Teakof its form , ,
f~ or the Minne-
.* sota game and
piloted it trough
:the most gruel- I
' ling kind of sea- f '
son. Injuries that,
caused the mnov-
Wheeler :ng of men fron.
position to position to keep the
team up to strength caused extral
work both for coach and player,
were ma de without hurting the
efficiency of the team in anyI


Price, Army tackle, is bidding for
Notre Dame fullback, is filling the
Swimmers Will Meet /lthletlc
Club of Hoosier Capital.
After their satisfactory showing
against the alumni swimmers last
F'riday, the Varsity tankmen are
continuing their drills each day in
preparation for another meet to be
held in Indianapolis this comting
Saturday.- Matt Mann's charges
will travel into the Hoosier capital
to contest the Indanapolis Athletic
Club aquatic team in this meet.
The swimming team is in good
shape and promises a crack aggre-
gation to carry the Maize and Blue
tandard against the conference
this season. A schedule for these
meets will be drawn up next week
when the Big Ten swimming
coaches meet in conference in Chi-
,ago December 6.
With such men as Captain Val-
entine, Miegs, Marcus, M ill1 e r,
Schmeller and others on the squad,
the team is expected to hang up a
good record this year. Most of the
nen b e i n g sophomores, Coach
M'ann will have a chance to build
up a tank team of much ability
and plenty of experience in thie
ext two years as well as the pres-
ent one.

an all-American berth and Mullins,
berth vacated by Jere Savoldi.

Indiana Cops Big Ten.
Cross Country Meet
Although the Varsity Cross Coun-
try coaches had hoped that the
Michigan team's showing in the
Conference meet could have been
better, they were not greatly dis-
turbed over the outcome. This has
been a lean year in Cross Country
for the Maize and Blue, and the
fifth place which Michigan gained
was just about what the coaches
'had expected.
Robert Leas of Indiana romped
home ahead of the field with most
of 1 is teammates close behino to
1give the title to the Hoosier school.
Brocksmith, also of Indiana finish-
l ed second. The time for the five
I (Continued on Page 7)


y PIU .uit 'vi'.W le v arsiy 4u111UtU.1
ST. LOUIS-The St. Louis Browns'
have traded catchers Manion and
Hungling, outfielder Metzler, and
pitcher Holshauscr to Milwaukee
for catcher Young.

All Varsity football letter-win-
ners are to meet at Rentscheler's
Studio to have the team picture
taken at 12 o'clock today.
Harry Kipkp~, Coach.
WASHINGTON-Avery Brundage,
of Chicago, has been elected to the
presidency of the American Olym-
pic Association, after the trouble
with the N. C. A. A. had been peace-
ably settled.


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