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January 06, 1918 - Image 3

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CAMP'S SERVCE TEAM
P1T SUITH ANI) AQUA 1LLMEND.
INGER CHOSEN BY DEAN OF
GRID CRITICS
Walter Camp, dean of American
football critics, picked two former
Michigan gridiron stars on his All-
Service team for 1917. On this aggre-
gation Camp has placed the men who
would have won All-American recog-
nition had they not been fighting for
Uncle Sam.
Aqua Allmendinger and Pat Smith,
the former a guard in 1913-14 and the
latter fullback in 1915-16 and captain-
elect for the 1917 season, have been
selected from among the many college
stars now in the service. Both men
were placed at their regular positions.
Allmendinger, at guard, was chosen
as running mate for Black, of Yale,
captain in 1916 of the Eli eleven. Aqua
played on the Fort Sheridan team, sev-
eral other Wolverines starring with
him on this aggregation. Jimmie
Craig and Bubbles Patterson, both
of the championship 1914 team, were
teammates of Allmendinger this fall.
Smith starred for the Great Lakes
eleven and it was his terrific line
smashing that made the Jackie team
one of the best of the service com-
binations. Pat played a far better
game all fall than he ever did on Fer-
ry field, his old injuries having heal-
ed. He smashed his way through
every line he faced and was one of the
outstanding figures in the navy com-
bats.
Allmendinger's home is in Ann Ar-
bor while Smith comes from Bay City.
The teams;
Ends- Rassmussen, Nebraska and
Camp Grant; Gardnier, Carlisle and
Camp Custer. Tackles-Beckett, Or-
egon and Mare Island; West, Colgate
and Can-p Dix. Guards-Black, Yale
and Newport naval reserves; Allmen-
dinger, Michigan and Fort Sheridan.
Center-Callahan, Yale and Newport1
naval reserve. Quarterback -Wat-
-kins, Colgate and Mineola Aviation
Camp. Halfbacks - Casey, Harvard
and B'oston Navy Yard; Minot, Har-
vard and Camp Devens. Fullback-
Smith., Michigan and Great Lakes
Training Camp.
You will always find bargains in
Daily advertisements. Read them.

In Ohio Quintet
Ohio State has only two of last
year's letter men back to form the
foundation for this year's basketball
team. They are Captain Bolen and
Davies, both guards. Of the second
string men "Hap"''Courtenayand Pea-
body ar'e available. The latter is al-
most sure to enter service shortly, and
the former is trying to enlist, al-
though he is below draft age.
Coach St. John has some good ma-
terial from last year's freshman
squad, Center Kennedy being especi-
ally promising. Francis, a guard is
also a first class man and if Davies
is shifted to a forward he should land
a place on the Varsity. Fish and Paul
forwards from the fresh team are both
in school, but the latter will not be
eligible until the second semester, if
indeed he is then.
The Ohio school has been greatly
handicapped by the fact that the avia-
tion school located at Columbus oc-
cupied their gymnasium the greater
part of December, and consequently
practice was not begun until very late.
THEATER MEN DEADLOCKED ON
PLAN FOR FUEL CONSERVATION
The situation in Ann Arbor with re-
Lard -to closing theaters on certain
days to relieve the fuel shortage, re-
mains unchanged. One man refuses to
close on the days suggested and blocks
the plan,
As indicated by a recent report, W.
K. Pruden, federal fuel administrator
for Michigan, is .making inquiries as
to the feasibility of a plan to close all
theaters in Michigan on Mondays and
Tuesdays. He plans to be at Jackson
next Monday or Tuesday in order to
meet the state exhibitors at their mid-
wxnter meeting and discuss with them
the proposed plan.
Chilmney Fire Causes $150 Damage
A fire resulting in about $150 dam-
age called the fire department twice
yesterday afternoon to the residence
of Harold E. Groves, '19E, 110 Twelfth
street. The conflagration was caused
by sparks from a faulty chimney set-
ting fire to the roof covering the rear
of the house. No interior damage was
done.
Daily advertisers are first choice
with Daily readers.-Adv.

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/akes Griffith Supreme Master of Present Day
ius Theme Developed with Stirring Truth and
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1 DRAMA OF NIGHT LIFE
1 SENSATIONAL PROLOGUE

s:-"After seeing "INTOLERANCE" I sincerely hope
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Tells the love story of Lorelei, the pretty country girl offered as a
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The melodrama of Lorelei's wayward brother and Melcher, th1
the counterplot that rounds up these criminals and the thrilling story
vengeance.
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