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EPREPARE ON .JHV S(AILE FOR
I NIJOOR UMIM~flIL DDE NEW YORK INDOOR TRACK MEET
TOBDE ENDOOTHIS WEEK 'StartingL in sto Be Used in 0 and
7 -Yard Dashes In Order 13) lre=
vent "Pulled Tendons"
Senior Engineers Battle Tonight; to
eniIinhtFinal Series; ,New York, N. Y., Jan. 24.-The stag-
Finish I Thursday ing of a big track and field mneet
-whether indoors or on cinder and turf,
This week should see the finish of is a task of no little magnitude. Ar-
the indoor, baseball race for the cam- rangements for the program, time
pus championship. Games will be schedule, track laying and parapher-
playedtonight and Thursday night. snalia have to be made weeks in ad-
The schedule for this week is asvae.Teartkn cmlin
follows: tonight, 7:00 o'clock, senior the. de frm oa e ope
these details forms one of te
engineers vs. pharmics; 7:40 o'clock, elements of success, and in this re-
h-engineers vs. fresh lits; 8:20 o'clock, spect the experience of forty years of
soph engineers vs. architects; Thurs-. . C. A. A. A. A. competition is back
day, 7:00 o'clock, soph engineers vs. of the plans for the holding of the In-
J-engineers; 7:40 o'clock, senioren- door Intercollegiates at Madison
gineers vs. freshr its; 8:20 ho'lock, Square Garden on March 4.
architects vs. pharmics. A medley of twelve events consist-
Tnghtrs amte betwes the ser ing of sprints, relay races and field
engineers and the pharlics will be contests has been worked out on a
the contest which will decide which of schedule weeyteewl ecn
these two teams will be first choice stant competition in the outer and in-
for the honors of the league. The nerrigfomte oenth'et
game is a most vital one to the ej rns from thoe mmnt h meet
jg-opens until the collegians shall have
neers as they are at present tied for completed their evening's contests. Fif-j
second place with the J-engineers and ty per cent of the competition will be
the pharmics can afford to lose this devoted to relay or team-races at dis-
battle and still have the same percent- tances varying from four-fifths of a
age as their rivals. So far they have mile to events exceeding two miles.
not lost a game and have won three, The Garden track will be laid outI
while both the senior and junior en- on a basis of ten laps to the mile and
gineers have each won two and lost all events will be for a given number
beof 0lc T romof nirrnr 1T1I

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FILL RNKS OF TEAMIS
'C b im, Veleran Hurdler, Said to Be
Recoverinig and Soon Will
Put in Appearance
A good field of candidates put in its
appearance over in the Waterman gym-
nasium yesterday, in the ranks of both
he Varsity and the All-Fresh cinder
teams.
The sick list of the Varsity outfit
has depleted during the past-few days,
a ndm all the indisposed are expected to
be on deck before the last of the week.
Corbin, tlx veteran hurdler, who has
b en fering with an attack of the
mumps for the past fortnight, is re-
ported as nearly ready to make his re-
appearance, while Wells, the big shot
r, who has been under the weath-
er lately with an attack of grippe, is
about over the effects of his sickness.
Nearly all of the runners took ad-
vantage of the weather yesterday to
the extent of going a few turns around
the outdoor course where the atmos-
ph1re is said to be conducive to Much
better work than in the more or less
stuffy air of the gym.
Of the shot putting team, both Cross
and Loud were out. Cross demon-
stArat ed to those present that he has
n-ot lost any of the wileswhich he had
last year, and his performance with
the leaden missile leads those who saw
lim yesterday to believe that the ju-
nior will soon be in as good form as
:c. was last season. As far Loud, the
Missouri lad allowed himself to take
too much training earlier .in the sea-
son, and his heaves lately have not
tarried their usual distance. But
"Angie" is getting more drive into
his ptts, and his return to the old
forn is looked for soon.
There will be no track meeting this
coming Saturday afternoon for fresh-
men interested in the cinder sport,
because of the approaching semester
examinations. The authorities are
sure that one reason for the rather
poor showing of last Saturday's meet
Nias beecuse of this same thing.
The next appearance of the new
men in a body therefore will probably
not be until February 19, when the
Fresh-Soph track contest is bogked to j
be staged.
Junior Enginieers to Elect Councilman

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Expect J-Engineers to Win
- The junior engineers are doped to
win from the fresh lits hands down, as
the freshmen have never been able
to do much with either Shea or An-
derson, the juniors' pitching staff. In
case they win from the yearlings and
the pharmics take the game away from
the senior engineers, that result will
relegate the latter team to third place
and boost the juniors to second posi-
tion.
There are all kinds of rumors float-
ing about that Des Jardins is coming
back to twirl for the senior engineers,'
and in case he does, the pharmics will
probably have a hard time against him.
A battle between batteries would re-
sult between Des Jardins and Trelfa
for the engineers, on one team, and
Kirchgessner and Ankenbrandt on the
other.
The architects should win from the
soph engineers without very much
trouble as they have a better pitcher
and have had more experience and are
a faster, harder hitting team. Either
Davenport or Cameron should hold the
sophs down easily. Cameron worked
well against the J-engineers last Sat-
urday night and had his opponents
worried for the whole route. He
pitched against Shea, one of the very
best pitchers in the league, and forced
that gentleman to extend himself all
the way.
Below is the sanding of the various

or aps.a earns orfsour runners winl
represent each college entering can
testants. As a result in the two-lap
race each runner will cover one-fifth of
a mile and all teams finishing, four-
fifths of a mile. In the three-lap event
the total team distance will aggregate
one and one-fifth miles, while the six-
lap race will double that distance.
In the 70-yard dash and 75-yard
high hurdle races, starting blocks will
be used to lessen the danger of "pulled
tendons," due to using spiked shoes
for a flat board floor start. Deep
dirt pits will be prepared for the jump-
ers in the high and running broad
jumps in order to make competing con-
ditions at the Indoor Intercollegiates
as much like the Intercollegiate Cham-
pionships as possible.
J-LITS TO NOMINATE COUNC IL
CANWIDATES; HEAR HOP REPORT
Nomination of two candidates for
student councilman viil be made at
a meeting of the junior lit class, to be
held in Room 101, Economics build-
irg, at. 4:00 o'clock this afternoon.
Election of one of the candidates non-
inated will occur later in the week.
The chairman of the J-Hop com-
mittee, Edward E. Mack, will give a
report on arrangements for the Hop.
Additional business will include a
report from the class basketball man-
ager.
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Fresh lits............ . ..
Architects.................
Soph engineers.............

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H. S. MINNESOTA LOSES FIRST OF a repetition of the play in the first'
CONFERENCE LEAGUE GAMES period, but the Minnesota men in their.
efforts to shove over a score, loosened
ilight. Minneapolis, Minn., Jan. 24.-Min- 'their previous strong defense, and the
od-tue nesota went down to.defeat in her first Badgers broke through for a big
- game in the conference basketball score.
R - 5e league, losing to Wisconsin by a 31 Chandler, the lanky Wisconsin cen-
to 11 score. The dope at the end of ter, was the individual star of the
the first half favored the Gophers, with game, with seven baskets to his favor.
J-Hop that team shading the Wisconsin five The work of the Minnesota guards, in
Press by a one point lead, 7 to 6. The first spite of the fact that their team lost
tf. eight minutes of the second half was by such a wide margin, was also com-

mendab . -
Minnesota reconciled herself
basketball loss by celebrati
aquatic victory when her sw
team bested the Minneapolis .
club team by a score of 40 to
the initial meet of the season
sport is a new one for the Un
of Minnesota, and judging fr
excellent form showed by the
swimmers it will meet with a :
ful season this year.

JTHE DAILY SPORTOSCOPE

Howard Drew, holder of the world's
record for the 100-yard dash, who was
beaten by Jo Loomis out in San Fran-'
cisco last summer, will have an oppor-
tunity to secure revenge tomorrow,
night in New York city.
Loomis and the colored flyer will
meet in a 70-yard dash, and the winner
3s going to step pretty close to the
world's mark. Drew claimed that his
knee was in poor condition in the west,
but asserts that he is in good shape
for tomorrow's race.
Captain "Hal" Smith, of the Michi-
gan track team, is in receipt of a let-
ter from Loomis in which Jo says that
he never felt better before in his life.
Other than this Jo made no comment
upon the race, which would indicate
that he isn't over-confident, nor on the
other hand particularly fearful of the
Southern California sprinter. Loomis
intends to stop over in Ann Arbor
along in February when he returns
from the east. He will compete in
several races in addition to the one
against Drew tomorrow night.
Drew is credited with 9 3-5 in the
hundred, while Jo has done 9 4-5 on

several occasions. Both men leave
their marks like the shot out of a gun
and tomorrow's race should be won
and lost by the scantest of margins.
Down at Illinois the track rooters
are itching Spink, the former star
half-miler of University high of Chi-
cago, who is eligible for Varsity com-
petition this year, with considerable
interest.
Spink, it will be remembered, ran
the fastest half-mile ever witnessed on
Ferry Field at the Michigan interscho-
lastic two years ago when he romped
home yards and yards ahead of the
fiield in the sensational time of 1:56.
This is over a second faster than the
Varsity record, and it stamped the
Windy City lad as one of the coming
880 men of the country.
Last year, however, he suffered a
complete reversal of form, and could
not do much faster than 2:05. The
Illinois track coach intends to take
Spink in hand this spring and see if
he can discover where the trouble
lies, and if possible, bring him around
to the form that he exhibited on Ferry
IField in 1914.

BY THE WAY THERE
MISTER J. HOPPER
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