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THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE T

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* MICHIGAN DAILY ALL-CAMPUS FOOTBALL TEAMS
* First team. Second team.
* Joslyn, senior lit.. .......L..............Brown, junior lit
*Giesslug, junior lit......... ..L.T............ .... Adams, medics
* Patterson, senior eng..........L.G...........Weideman, fresh laws
* Cudney, medics..............C...............Lambert, fresh laws
* Novy, medics.................R..................Gray, fresh laws
* Gillespie, fresh lit............R.T................Pence, junior lit
O'Connor, fresh law......... .EE............Ingham, fresh law
* Jolmson, fresh law....... ....Q..X...........Dondero, senior eng
H Iamll, medics ...............L11....... .......Kane, fresh lit.
* Northway, fresh law..........i..R.H ........ . .Adrianse, junior lit
* hyde, medics...... ..........F. ..............Taylor, senior eng
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The backfield is capable of fast end
runs and possesses ability to plunge,
punt, and drop kick. It should prove
itself worthy in actual play.E

Michiganders Answer Question--
i o We Want Varsity Basketball?

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MEN CHOSEN FROM
CLASS TEAMS FOR
SQUADS BY DAILY
JOHNSON PILOTS FIRST TEAM;
O'CONNOR AND JOSLYN
PLAY AT ENDS
BOTH TEAMS ARE STRONG
Hyde Plays Fullback; Giessing and
Gillespie Are Tackles; Hamill
and Northway at Half
With the interclass football season
practically at an end, choice of the
annual all-campus team is in order,
the selections coming from the many
elevens who contested for the cham-
pionship this fall. In many cases this
has proved to be a most difficult piece
of work, the material this year being
of an unusually high caliber. For this
reason two elevens have been selected
by The Daily, the choice of the sec-
ond team again being nearly as hard
as. that of the first. In some cases
nen have been changed from one side
of the line to the other from which
they have been playing during the ad-
tive season. This is especially justi-
fied in as much as the squads have
constantly changed the positions of
their players and the men are placed
on the all-campus team where they
are most effective.
For the position of left end the de-
cision had to be made between Joslyn
and Brown, both of whom showed
marked ability at that position during
the season. The position is given to.
Joslyn, who has had more experience
and can handle himself well under all
conditions of the game. The second

position goes to Brown without a ques-
tion. At the other end O'Connor is
undoubtedly the best man who played
in that capacity during the contests
this fall. The second place is given
to Ingham. Smith of the senior en-
gineers put up a good fight in many
hard contests and deserves honorable
mention.
At the inside line positions there is
no one more worthy of a place than
Cudney at center. Lambet has proved
himself to be an excellent substitute.
Giessing at tackle goes unchallenged
and with Gillespie on the other side of
the line and Patterson and Novy at the
guards the team should present a stub-
born front.
The backfield seems the object of
most diversity of opinion. Johnson
and Dondero, both valuable men at the
pilot position, have shown up well.
Johnson is given the advantage be-
cause of more experience. Dondero
has played a hard, consistant game and
received second choice with no dis-
pute. Hamill, the fast halfback of
the medics, would be a good man on
any team and Northway, the fighting
plunger of the fresh laws, presents a
good running mate. Adrianse and
Kane on the second lineup also de-
serve more than the ordinary amount
of credit. The latter has been the
most valuable backfield man on his
team all year and in spite of diminu-
tive size has given more trouble to his
opponents than many of more standard
football size. Kohr and Rye also de-
serve mention for work done in the
capacity of halfbacks.
The position of fullback is given to
Hyde, of the medics, who has plunged
and tackled successfully and consist-
ently in every game. Taylor of the
senior engineers has also bucked many
a line for consistent gains and to him
the second fullback job is presented.
This all-campus team picked by The'
Daily, has a line composed of men who
have starred on the offense and have
shown that they can stop an attack.

C. C.C. FINISHES
wa !
Shows Great Team Work, Taking Two
Clean Victories in
State
1WEFE AT COMES FROM SfRACUSE
Thanksgiving day completed the
1916 cross country season. The team's
record during the past fall has been
a creditable one, with two clean cut
victories chalked up to the credit of
the Michigan hill and dale squad, to-
wit: First place in the state meet
at Lansing and first place at Belle
Isle. Only one defeat marred the sea-
son and that coming in the first part
of the year was subsequently wiped
out by later wins. The showing in the
intercollegiate race at New Haven wa's
an improvement over last year's rec-
ord in that classic.
Taken all around., the season has
been a much better one than the last.
With several men gone from the team
the prospects for a successful season
appeared rather dark at the outset, but
hard work and plenty of fight more
than off-set that handicap. Much of
the team's record is due to the great
work of Eddie Carroll, who took three
firsts and one second in four meets
during the fall.
The team as a whole worked better
than last year, demonstrating their
superiority over the 1915 team when
they took seven places out of the first
11 chances in the Detroit race Thurs-
day. When Syracuse rolled across the
final white mark en masse several
weeks ago, things looked extremely
gloomy, but since then the Wolverines
have redeemed themselves.
Fox and Sedgwick proved to be
point winners for the Varsity and
came in behind Carroll, respectively,
in two meets. Captain Kuivenen ran
consistently throughout the whole sea-
son and added his quota to the grand
total. Bachtel, Bouma, and Fuess all
contributed. These seven men formed
a well balanced team.
In the first meet the' Wolverines
scored 35 points while the Orangemen
oaptured the lower total of 20, winning
(Continued on Page Six)
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In the following interviews on the for a cracker-jack
question of Varsity basketball at Mich- been made up of the
igan, the majority of the opinions are igague last winter.'
is that of competitit
In favor of the plan. The Daily in- a fine one for deg
tends to print more statements of especially football
form similar to those already gathered. strong for it.
Prof. F. H. Stevens of the engineer- N. F. Dunne, '17
ing college-It's a goad thing. If foot- football and baseball
ball1 players would play basketball, rmuch in favor of
they would make better football play- ought to have it of
ers. The court game teaches the men ought t baet
how to handle the ball, both in catch- the two-sport men w
ing and passing. The only question i
IH L. Carroll, '17E, captain of the should have as go
Varsity track team-I am in favor of basketball as we ha
basketball as a Varsity sport but not looks as; though
at the present time. We should not would have to come
branch out into new lines of sport though basketball is
until our present forms of athletics western schools.
are in a more settled condition. This E. F. Walsh, '17,
applies especially to track. It would of the Michiganensi
do more good at the present time to in favor of a Varsit
spend more money on track trips in- I have often wonde
stead of starting a new sport. An- many others have, j
other thing, basketball might inter- not had a team, bu
fere with the Varsity sports we al- tion that I have bee
ready have. The average man cannot has been that the g
handle more than one or two sports commodate the spect
with benefit to himself, as that difficulty has
Coach Stephen J. Farrell of the I can see no valid
Varsity track team-I cannot see how should not have at
Varsity basketball could harm track. have no trouble in,
It would be impossible for men to tion. M. A. C. alway
compete in both, and it would simply team. Many of the s
mean that they would have to choose Michigan and Ohio h
between the two sports. This would utations in basketba
have very little effect on track, how-
ever, as the combination of track ath- Unitarians Hold Th
lete and basketball player is very sel- Ta ks I II
dom found. I think that Varsity bas- A Thanksgiving pa
ketball might be a success. t teld by the Unltarian
Ralph A. McGinnis, '17L, coach of lastnight in the guil
the All-Fresh football and baseball ments were served.
teams-If the establishment of a team
is practicable at the present time, I THREE DAY
am certainly in favor of it. Varsity, ICHIGANENSIAN
basketball is a big thing in most col- CAMPAIGN. SAN
leges. It's a good winter sport, and;
it would fill the hole between footballI Our alarm clocks
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team could have
stars of the class
The only question
on. The game is
veloping athletes,
players. I am
?, of the Varsity
teams-I am very
basketball. We
a a Varsity sport.
ball, we could get
we are losing now.
s competition. We
od competition in
.ve in football. It
this competition
from the east, al-
very strong in the
managing editor
an-I am heartily
y basketball team.
ered, as no doubt
Just why we have
ut the only objec-
en able to unearth
ym would not ac-
tators. In as much
now been removed
reason why we
team. We should
securing competi-
ys turns out a fine
smallr colleges of
have excellent -rep-
11.
hanksgiving Party
rty and dance was
n Students' society
ild hall. Refresh-
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PAST FOOTBALL SEASON
BRINGS MANYUPSETS
nrmy, Pitt, and Colgate Are Best in
East, With 3fIchigan, Notre Dame
and Ohio in West.
Another football season has died,
and the burying process must now be
u sh ered in. Football burying consists
in two things--picking all-Americans
and naming leading teams for various
sections of these United States.
Each of these two formulas mean3
not only a mass of turbulent figures
for aspiring typewriter handlers, but
leaves room for argument as to why
this team wasn't better than that, and
that this player played rings around
every opposing gridder, that he was
a whale on offense and defense, and
that the person named missed an easy
tackle in the Siwash game.
Far from doubt, and more distantly
away from fear of conterdiction this
is submitted.
Colgate Makes Strong Bid.
To Colgate goes the honor of neatly
disposing of two formidable claimants
of the eastern title, and then being
herself somewhat out of the running.
When the Soapmakers applied the
vacuum cleaner to Yale early in the
season, the Blue wasn't considered
with any more weight than it had been
for the past several seasons. But later
developments changed the complexion
of things considerably for Princeton
and Harvard fell before Captain
Black's men in successive Saturdays.
Colgate gave the Army and Pitts-
burg something to be most thankful
for by slapping a nice 28-0 coat of
veneer over Brown on turkey day,
leaving the generals and Warner's
men the only two contenders for the

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