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DOWNS yP S

Normalities Outplayed on Their Home
Grounds Before Small Cheer-
lug Section
PEDAGOGUES FAIL TO SCORE
With the thermometer registering
about 16 below and with about a oot
of snow on the ground the Michigan
soccerities journeyed to Ypsilanti and
took the Normalities into camp to the
tune of 1 to 0. The score in no way
indicates the manner in which the ped-
agogues were outplayed by the Wol-
verines. Only a small crowd watch-
ed the game from the side lines.
The game was called promptly at 3
o'clock and the Normalities took the
kick-off. The Maize and Blue aggre-
gation carried the ball back and put
it in play in Ypsi's territory where it
remained for a large part of the first
half. After about six minutes of bat-
tle Liu received the ball from a mixed
play in front of the Normalities goal
and kicked between the posts. Neither
team scored again in this period al-
though the teachers had three tries
at penalties. The whistle ended the
period and the scores stood Michifian,
1; Ypsilanti, 0.
Michigan Goal Threatened
The Normalites got desperate for a
while in the second half and threaten-
ed Michigan's goal once or twice, but
only the 'excellent defensive of Brush
in the backfield and .O'Brien between
the posts saved the Wolverines from
a draw. Ypsi showed renewed vigor
in this period and the ball was carried
up and down the field. The whistle
ended the game and the score re-
mained Michigan, 1; Ypsilanti, 0.
Coach Peirsol accompanied the
team and expressed himself as being
pleased with the results. The team
will have its picture taken this Satur-
day afternoon.
The lineup and summary:
Michigan-(1): Plummer, 0.1; Liu,
i.l.; Cohen, c.; Domboorajian, i.r.;
Snyder, o.r.; Panayotides, l.h.; Kiefer,
c.h.; Kaufman, r.f.; Tripolitis, l.f.;
Brush, r.h.; and O'Brien, goal.
Ypsilanti (0): Grandy, 0.1.; Lett,
1.1.; Iee, c.; McMurray, i.r.; Holmes,
o.r.; Armstrong, l.h.; Hoagland, c.h.;
Gross, r.f.; Hutchinson, l.f.; Day, r.f.;
and Miller, goal.
Goals kicked: Michigan, Liu.
Substitutes: Ypsilanti, McEwan for
fHutchinson.
Referee: Cappy, England. Time
of halves, 25 minutes.
WISCONSIN LIKES WITHINGTON
Engages Former Harvard Star for
Next Year and Gives Him Charge
Milwaukee, Wis., Dec. 13.-Wiscon-
sin likes Harvard football, and gave
formal approval to the work of Dr.
Paul Withington, the former Harvard
star, by engaging him for next year,
with the complete staff of assistants,
including Soucy and his other Har-
yard grads, who worked with Wiscon-
sin the last year. This action is taken
in spite of the fact that the Badgers
did not win any of, their important
games this year, except that with Chi-
cago.
Wisconsin did more than merely re

elect Dr. Withington. It made him a
full-fledged faculty member, with a
contract for the whole year, instead
of merely )or the three months of the
football season, taking effect July 1.
f e will be in charge of the football
team and other athletics during thej
2 next fall semester, and in the springl
sc:cster will be an instructor in surg-
ery in the new medical college being'
deN-eloped as part of the university
plant.
Dr. Withington will in effect be thel
head of the entire athletic department,
wth the other coaciew subordinate to
t i. Ie will have ersonal charge of
1t t',e b~aseball team.
Likely Prospects
for Varsity Five

TWEN T
GET "A
en~ ThiIree
mInel,
Ten men,n

-SIX RIDDES
Out of Whole List Will Be
igible for Further
Competition
members of the 1916 foot-

Enough Interclass Stars to Form
Strong Team; Here Are
a Few

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Doping out a lineup for the Varsity
basketball team next winter is more
or less extraneous at the present time
but even from this distance, Michi-
gan's first representative five look like
a winner. There areenough stars
from last year's class league in
school who will be eligible next wint-
er to fill out a team strong enough
to make the best of them hustle.
At forward positions, both of last
year's all-campus men, Homer and
Lokker, will not be eligible in 1918.
As substitutes for them, there will be,
however, Cook and Emery, the slip-
pery skirmishers of the champion
fresh lit aggregation. Merle Doty
star forward of the soph engineers.
and Toad Brown, of the soph lits,
probably the fastest floor man seen in
action in Waterman gym for two
years.
At center, Hammond of the archi-
tects, and Shorty Miller of the soph
lits, tied for this position on the all-
campus team last winter, will both be
eligible for the job. Hammond is
the better shot of the two, but the
baseball player is a steadier man and
can always be depended on. Tad Wie-
man, he of football fame, fresh lit
pivot man, and Cardinal of the dents,
are also likely candidates for the
jumper's position.
Cartwright of the architect five, was
far and away the best guard in the
league last year. He is a wonder at
digging up the ball and opposing
forwards find him an extremely hard
man to get around. McClintock of the
fresh lits, is also a star at the guard's
position, employing the roving style
of play. His shooting is very accurate.
Hewlett of the architects, is also a
clever running guard. Two member's
of Yost's 1916 machine are also prom-
ising guards. These men are Joe
Hanish who cavorted in the second
trench for the fresh lits last winter,
and Al Boyd member of the second
year lits' five. Both of these husky
lads are capable guards of the stand-
ing variety.

ball squad, receive their "aMa's" by
the award of the athletic association.
3.Ixeen others receive the "R" as a
cosideration for the season's work on
the reserve squad under the tutelage
of Buzz Catlett.
Out of the ten "aMa" men, nine will
return next fall to help boost pros-
pects for a championship aggregation.
The list of these men follows: Dunn,
Brazell, Skinner, Willard, Eggert, Mc-
Callum, Hanish, Goodsell, Sharpe, and
Loucks. Skinner is the only man who
will not be eligible to play another
year on a Wolverine team. Five of
this list are backfield men, the other
four specialize on the line.
The list of "R" men follows: Emery,
Beath, Garily, Walls, McLaughlin,
Leffon, Wolfe, Brown, Weston, Abbott,
(ruse, Dabletch, Calvin, Bathrick,
Biber and Williams. Fourteen out of
the 16 will be eligible for 1917 competi-
tion. Brown and Biber will be num-
bered among the missing next fall, but
the remainder of Buzz's proteges
should be back in full force.
With only seven veterans to go, and
with an equal number of "M" men re-
turning, plus the nine "aMa" and 14
"R" men slated to report at the open-
ing of practice, Coach Yost's squad
should total 28- men, not counting the
number who received no insignia aty
all. There will be quite a band of
gridders who composed the 1916 All-
Fresh team last season to swell the1
list of candidates for the 1917 aggrega-
tion. Several will probably fail to re-
port, but the great majority should be
on hand to fight for a position under
Captain Smith.
WHEELER IS ELECTED CAPTAIN
OF HARVARD FOOTBALL TEAK!

"H" men gathered for their annual
photograph, all the players who took
pert in the game with Yale except Ed-
Jie Casey, the fast halfback, voting.
There was only one other candidate
placed in nomination, Ralph Horween,
18, of Chicago, the punting halfback
whose kicking has been one of the
best features of Harvard's play and
whose drop kick beat Princeton. Hor-
ween withdrew when it was apparent
that Wheeler had more votes, and with
a handshake congratulated his rival
and requested that the election be
made unanimous.
Wisconsin Wants
Wolverines Back
Collette, Former Michigan Football
Man, Heads Big Movement at
Conference College
Madison, Dec. 13.-The move at Wis-
consin to pave the way for the return
of Michigan to the western conference
has assumed definite shape. Harold1
Collette, former Michigan halfback,3

WANTS TO PLAY WOLVERINES

Minnesota Anxious to Schedule Game
With University of Michigan
Minneapolis, Minn., Dec. 13.-Minne-
sota wants the University of Michi-
gan on her football schedule for next
year.
Never before since the Wolverines'
withdrawal from the western confer-
ence has agitation been as strong as
it is at the present time. Not only is
this feeling apparent upon the cam-
pus, but the Minnesota alumni in and
around Minneapolis are doing all in
their power to bring about a resump-
tion of athletic relations with the Uni-
versity of Michigan.
Minnesota's big powerful eleven this
year couldn't find any opposition in
the conference that amounted to much
with the single exception of the Il-
linois fiasco when the locals went
down to defeat before an eleven that
was perhaps a third as strong as the
Minnesota aggregation. A game with1
Michigan this year should have been

a whirlwind and Minnesota stude
and alumni alike are strong for al
contest with the Michiganders in 19
WEST1ERMAN STARTS MICHIGAN
BO0XIN6 ORGANIZATION SO(
In spite of the late start of t
gymnasium season, interest is bei
shown in boxing. Boxing instruci
0. S. Westerman is putting more th
a score of would be scrappers throu
the work, and expects to have I
harAs full after the holidays, wh
the interest will be at its highest.
A boxing club, similar in purpo
to the present wrestling club will
organized soon. At present its orga
ization is delayed because of lack
facilities.
Johnny Kilbane Will Meet Wel
New York, Dec. 13.-Johnny Kilba:
feather weight champion, and Fredd
Welsh lightweight champion, will me
in a bout at Havana to run 20 roun
or a finish if plans which Harry PC
lock has under consideration materia
ize.

and Bacon North, another Michigan _!!!!1!i!!!!!!!li__i__l!!1!!!!!11!!!!!!!t! !I
graduate, enrolled in the University
of Wisconsin law school, recently ] Excellent luncheon anZb ""An Hers
yet it be known that they arerunited
in an effort of Michigan alumni to=at i easonabte c
bring about an arrangement before"G
che next football season.
Collette. and North have the hearty We are serving a few regutar
co-operation of 15 Michigan alumni
and Badger faculty. patrous at $5.00 per weep.
Student opinion at Wisconsin favors (2ft single meal wilt mate Vou
the return of Michigan. According toaa
prominent Madison members of the cons
Wisconsin Alumni association, the
Badger alumni body would unani-
mously indorse the idea.
A bit of a compliment to the folk at= 2 r?.10. 137O=t
home, were a giftie of somthing niftie
from the James Foster House of Art. tf

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Cambridge, Mass., Dec. 13.-Walter
Heber Wheeler, Jr., '18, of Yonkers,
was unanimously elected captain of
the Harvard football team for the sea-
son of 1917.
The election took place when the
Methodist students banquet tonight
at the M. E. Church, at 6:30. Come. 14'
Polish your floors with Old English
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