m the vaca- TEAM SHOPWED ITS STRENGTH
til Dec. 31, AND POSSIBILITIES IN
am of Pon- D. A. C. MEET
t city. On
)n go to Recognition by the athletic authori-
in Ignition ts is what the student swimming
>sing flue. team is now working for. All who have
best in, the seen the team in action are one in
test of, the their opinon of its strength and pos-
sibilities. Coach Drulard is greatly
will be in pleased -with .the development of his
ngagement, informal squad. With no inceitive
st day, and other than the love of the sport, the
he second, men have given up much of their
s Michigan time and spare money to practice.
tets in the Mann Praises Student Team
as that are "Swimming such as was displayed
the West- by the student team Saturday night
, If Mich- most certainly merits a place ,with
or hold the other varsity sports. Had I not
are few of had two or three of my champions
will ; givealong,, the score would have been de-
cidedly different. The'school team, in
my gpinoA, can deefat any team in
)tball / Men Detroit, with the exception of the Ath-
16.- Six letic club, and most of the others in
na Ufiver- this section of the country," said Coach
completed Man of the D. . C. before he left.
over Syra- Another strong addition to the squad
me for the will be made in February. Dop Nixon,
nal contest. a member of the D. A. C. team, and, the
rank Faust, one mile champion of Michigan, is
att, Wesley planning to enter the University the
r, who will second semester. Don has a younger
brother just as fast as he, who will be
- ready to enter college in about a year.
WISE As far, as the mei on the 'squad at
ad. First present are loncrned, Coach Mann
EX HAM- and Paul Roberts weA, loud in their
Twenty fraternities have already
entered the interfraternity basketball
league, and several more are expected
before the list is closed Friday bight,
Dec. 19. The names of all teams wish-
ing to go into this league must be
entered at the athletic office by this
The first week after vacation will
be given to the different fraternities
as a chance to practice. Every day
until 3 o'clock in the afternoon thel
gymnasium is open to all teams. In
the evening, from 7 to 8 o'clock, thej
teams that 'will play the firs'T games1
will be given the preference, accord-
ing to a program 'that will be made
out by the Athletic association.
The other two leagues will be start-
,ed at the end of the second week or
the early part of the week following.
The games in these leagues will have
to be hurried on account of examin-
ations, but most of the preliminaries
should be off by that time, and only
the finals left to play.
It will help the officials in charge
of the departmental league, 'if any
men that wish to play on the depart-
mnent teams will leave their names
and addrespes with E. D. Mitchell at
the athletic -office before Christmas.
These names will be given to the
,managers of the respective teams, who
will be guided a great deal by the
lists they have on hand.
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Remarkably good time was made by
four members of the varsity track
squad in an eight-lap relay, race,
Tuesday afternoon, when Coach Steve
Farrell tried out a few of the aspir-
ants for the track team. The coach
is working the men frequently at this
event in order to, get them used to
handling the baton.
Tom Maynard, Larson and Earle
stretched their legs to a half-mile
pace with good results. Steve often
finds flaws in their form, but they are
gradually getting faster every day.
Meese was limbering up in the sprints,
yesterday. Later, in the high jump,
got over the bar in good form.
no first year trac
men will engage
In this way he
future varsity n
ing paper in Ai
the latest Cam
praise of Dinwiddie, I
They considered the
good material. .
The informab team is now dickering
for a Jmeet with" the Detroit Junior
College for sometime in, February. It
also hopes that the Board will allow
it to hold a return meet with the D.
A.,C. in Detroit. At present, they are
not allowed to leave Ann Arbor.
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