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TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1946

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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DAILY OFFICIAL
BULLETIN
(Continued from Page 2)
-An Aspect of the. American Occu-
pation of Germany," and Prof. Laur-
ence C. Stuart, "Geographical Com-
ments on the Herpetological Fauna of
Aeta Vera Paz, Guatemala."
Debaters: All debaters who evpect
to debate the labor question are re-
quested to meet at 7:30 p.m., Wed.,
in Rm. 225, Angell Hall.
Der deutsche Verein will meet at
8:00 p. in., Nov. 20, in Room 318,
Union. Program: Ein Gemutlicher
Abend consisting of two short Ger-
man shits and singing of German
songs. Refreshments. All those in-
terested are cordially invited.
'Willow Village AVC: Robert S.
Waldrop, director of the Veterans
Service Bureau, will speak and an-
swer questions on veterans' prob-
lems at the Willow Run AVC meet-
ing at 7:30 p.m., Wed., at West
Lodge.
Delta Chapter of the National Sig-
nal Corps fraternity, Pi Tau Pi Siguna
will meet at 7:30 p.m., Wed., Nov. 20,
in Rm. 100, Military Hdqs. Bldg.
Important plans for technical and
social functions will be discussed.
Phi Lambda Upsilon faculty and
student members are to meet at 7:30
p.m., Wed., Nov. 20, in the W. Con-.
ference Room, Rackham Bldg. After
a short business meeting, Prof. K.
Fajans will speak on "Recollections."
Dr. Stewart Allen, visiting surgeon
at the University Hospital, who has
lived in China for 17 years, will speak'
on "China at the Crossroads" at 8:30
p.m., Fri., Nov. 22, in Robert Owen
Cooperative House; auspices of the
Inter-Cooperative Council. Everyone
is cordially invited.
(Continued on Page 4)

Injured Wingbacks
Still on Doubtful List
Micligan State '17 Game Date Stands;
Arisler OffersTo Play at East Lansing
With three; right' halfbacks on the "maybe" list for Saturday's football
finale at Ohio State, Michigan settled down to a week of intensive practice
for the traditional battle which may decide the Conference championship
and a. possible Rose Bowl bid.
The trio of wingbacks, Chalmers "Bump" Elliott, Paul White and
Ralph Chubb were all in uniform yesterday afternoon but whether they
will be ready for heavy action against the Buckeyes remains a big question
in the Wolverine camp. Trainer Ray Roberts said that he couldn't tell yet
if any of the threesome would be ready.
Meanwhile, the Wolverine-Michi- a

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gan State date controversy.over the
1947 contest once again took the
headlines with the announcement
yesterday by Fritzd Cisler that the
original Sept. 27 date for the 1947
State-Wolverine game would have to
stand but the Maiie and Blue would
be willing to play the contest at East
Lansing as a concession to the Spar-
tans.
In a telegram to the State Athletic
Director, Ralph Young, Saturday,
night Crisler declared that "our
board has voted with regret that be-
cause of our existing schedule com-
mitments and the regulation of the
Western Conference regarding the
making of advance football sched-
ules, it is impossible for us to give
you the assurance" that Michigan
will schedule State "on some date
which follows the opening of the fall
quarter classes at Michigan State."
Previously the Michigan State
Athletic Council had agreed to ac-
cept the Sept. 27 date with the assur-
ance that the annual Spartap-Wol-
verine contest would not be scheduled
during registration week in 1948 and
subsequent years.
Sailing Clab
The Michigan Sailing Club will
compete at 10 a.m. today against
two complete crews representing
the University of Wisconsin over
the Lake Wlhitmore course. The
races will continue all day and
everyone is invited to attend.

Ven' PhYs. Ed.
Club To Meet
High School Coaches
To Talk on Methods
Highlighting the Men's Phys. Ed.
Club meeting Thursday night at 7:30
in the Union will be the rival coaches
from the three Ann Arbor high
schools, who will discuss their experi-
ences and techniques in coaching
high school ball.
The trio includes Les Heidames
from University High, Dobby Drake
who coaches at Ann Arbor High, andT
Jeep Mehaffey who tutors the ath-
letes at St. Thomas.
At the last meeting of this group,
the following officers were elected:
George Allen, president; Jim Holgate,
vice-president; Frank Kern, secre-
tary; and Elmer Swanson, treasurer.
Plans are now underway for the
mixer-dance with the women phys.
ed. majors to be held on Dec. 6.
Hold Those Bonds!

MSC Board
To Study New
'M' .Proposal
EAST LANSING, Nov. 18.-(P)-
The Michigan State College Athletic
Board will meet "within the next day
or two" to decide on an answer to
the proposal sent the college by Uni-
versity of Michigan today regarding
future Spartan - Wolverine football
relationships.
Dean L. C. Emmons, chairman of
the MSC Athletic Board, said he
would call the meeting as soon as
possible, adding he "doubted" if a
joint meeting of the schools' ath-
letic boards "could accomplish very
much."
"As I see it, we'll have two questions
to decide," Emmons declared. "One
will be whether we will want to play
Michigan here next year and the
other, whether we will agree to play
the opener at Ann Arbor after that,
until the 1952 season, as Mr. Crisler,
says ishMichigan's onlysalternative."
PGA Seeks Renewal
Of Ryder Cup Series
CHICAGO, Nov. 18. - (P) -Presi-
dent Ed Dudley of the Professional
Golfer's Association of America said
today he had invited the British Ry-
der Cup team to renew the interna-
tional golf series with the United
States in this country next year.
Dudley, presiding at the opening
session of the PGA's 30th annual
meeting, said the invitation was cab-
led to Captain Henry Cotton of the
British team. The Ryder Cup series,
in which the United States holds a
4 to 2 edge, last was played in 1937 at
Southport, England.
Date and site of the 1947 matches
will be arranged later, Dudley said.
Last renewal of the series was sched-
uled in 1939 at Ponte Vedra, Fla.,
but was abandoned because of the
war.

By The Associated Press
LOS ANGELES, Nov. 18-The Southern California chapter of the
Football Writers Association unanimously adopted a vigorous resolution
today urging the Pacific Coast Conference and the Western Conference,
at their unprecedented meeting in Berkeley tomorrow, to issue a joint invi-
tation to Army to play in the Rose Bowl New Year's Day.
Members, before a gathering of more than 60 grid officials and experts,
declared, in part, whereas, Army is willing to play in the Rose Bowl, Army
represents the middle states as well as the western states, Army's three-
year record makes it the greatest in the land, the public of Southern Cali-
fornia is completely convinced Army should play in this, Southern Cali-

fornia's own Rose Bowl, it should be it
The resolution noted that. "the
proposed Rose Bowl agreement be-
tween the Western and Pacific
Coast Conferences will be irre-
parably harmed at its inception by
a nationwide wave of criticism if
Army is not now invited."
Meanwhile officials of the two
Conferences were either en route or
already in Berkeley for the session
tomorrow to discuss the proposed
five-year Rose Bowl pact between the
two loops.
On - the - record comment was
scarce, but representatives of the two
colleges here, Southern California
and U.C.L.A., were said to be pre-
pared to hack a recommendation
that the two conferences jointly in-
vite Army to Pasadena. The two
schools' teams meet Saturday to de-
cide the Coast championship and the
Rose Bowl honor.
The last word received here from
Commissioner K. L. Wilson of the
western, or Big Nine, was; "We
have no comment regardirg the
possibility of the bid going to Ar-
my."
A controversy loomed in the Paci-
fic-Big Nine proposal. Some quarters
predicted a behind-the-scenes battle
over the Jong brewing agreement,
with several northern schools said to
object to a closed door policy which
would exclude all but Big Nine teams
playing in the bowl.

Pihos Sets Hoosier
Record for Scoring
BLOOMINGTON, Ind., Nov. 19.-
Big Pete Pihos, Indiana's fullback
who has been described as "an All-
American at any position," will go
down as the biggest scorer in Hoosier
football history regardless of what he
does against Purdue in his last col-
legiate game next Saturday.
Pihos, who has played fullback,
quarterback and left halfback for the
Hoosiers this fall after winning all-
American honors at end in 1943, has
tallied 120 points. The advantage he
has on some other prolific point-pro-
ducers at Indiana is that he got in
four years of football, thanks to the,
war.

I-M Agenda
Herbert Epstein, a freshman in the
Lit. school, captured the all-campus
Intra-mural squash title by defeat-
ing Dick Turner, 3-2, last Friday at
the I-M Building. A product of
Grosse Pointe Shores, Epstein
prepped at Grosse Pointe High and
Culver Military Academy.
,: * *
Climaxing the Intramural touch
football season, Lloyd House of the
West Quad battles the Lawyers Club
in the Independent League for the
all-campus championship Wednes-
day, at 4:15 on Ferry Field.
The Lawyers Club, winners of
League I, advanced to the final round
when they trimmed the Goosers in
League II, 19-0, Sunday to snare the
championship of the Independent
groups. Lloyd House qualified for
this Wednesday's game, by slipping
by Greene House, 7-6, for the resi-
dence halls touch football corwn.
Their victory came on Campbell's
conversion after Pappas had passed
to Hildner for a Lloyd House tough-
down.

Coast Writers Draft Resolution To Present
Joint Rose Bowl Invitation to West Point

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