three of the five Michigan field bas-
kets, Weiss and Rychener were re-
EIRAE spchisible for one each.
Felmley, star Illinois forward,
threw six baskets, though his team-
Ith Five Vie. mate, Carney, passed him in the mat-
Seeond ter of points scored, getting four from
the field and seven foul shots, a total
of 15 counters. Taylor, at the other
MED BY forward, caged four shots, three of
OF PURDUE them from the middle of the floor.
Felmley, playing his first year on the
win from Illinois team, will give Arnold Oss,
he victorious Minnesota athlete who led the Con-
in the Con- ference in scoring last season, a stiff
, the only race for scoring honors, if he contin-
et dropped a ues at his present rate.
e, while the A comparison of Chicago and 1111-
tories to its nois on the merits of the games that
they played against Michigan gives
strong con. Illinois a little the best of the argu-
defeated by1 ment. The Maroons allowed Michi-
MEIIUf tbINblRt WIN HUbLT blNAMIMUNAlr;
UNIVESITY. WILL HATE INFORMAL RINK TEAMI
COOK, ANDERSON, AND ORRIS
BEST WORK FOR
LE MIEUX WILL SELECT
COACH NEW AGGREGA-
Using a brand of teamwork and
passing that is worthy of a campus
championship hockey team, the se-'
nior engineers won the title in the
interclass hockey tournament yester-
day. The losing dental team played
a very consistent game, but were un-
able to break up the accurate passing
of the speedy Engineers. The final
score .of the contest was 5 to 2, with
the engineers in the lead. The entire
rink was used for the game and the
teams were able to show their speed
in passing the puck without any fear
of head-on collisions.
Fast Play Exhibited
Both teams played the best brand
of hockey they have shown this sea-
son.. Had it not been for the excel-
lent guarding of Logan, guard of the
senior engineers, the dents would
have rolled up a higher score. In the
last half Cannon made several accu-
rate shots for the dents, but they were
all stopped by Logan.
Following the championship hockey
game, comes the announcement that
Michigan is to have an informal hock-
ey team. This informal team is to be
coached and selected by Mr. Le Mieux
who has taken an active interest in
the work of the players in the present
tournament. Two all-campus teams
are to be chosen from the members
of the Interclass squads. The infor-
mal team will be selected from the all-
campus squads. Arrangements are
now being made with some fast De-
troit and Canadian teams for games
Michigan's squad will not begin act-
ual work until the beginning of the
new 'semester. Mr. Le Mieux, who has
played on several strong Canadian
teams, looks with favor upon the pros-
pects of Michigan's informal hockey
team. The work of most of the players
in the interclass squads justifies the
selection and formation of an infor-
ie fea- gan nine- baskets from the field, IT-
to 9. linois, five.
r for- On the face of things the Illinois
chigan team seems a bit better in guarding,
ay for and just as good in scoring, but the
a the difference is so slight that the games
between the two, which will probably
determine the Conference title, will.
d its be battles from the start.
of the O
scven, WILL DRAW SWIMMERS
It Is Still Called
nIn the old colony days, bowl-
in was a opulopnar spoyrt n
where bowlers were wont to
congregate-~in the city now
called New York-is still known
as "BOWLING GREEN."
ben pay too man fyears for
that. It has an eternal fascina-
if yo dnt et te evC r." e
Biliards and Bowling Ci
and Candies. Cigarettes & Pipes.
"We try to treat you Right"
S emi- Annua.
R(educed Prices a
now Offered on
Although the game was played at
o'clock yesterday morning, about
turned out to watch the. contest'
he interest in the game was very
squad. It will be a rather dif.-
task to select such an aggrega-
as there will be keen competitign
to start It Is
the Gophers will
chase, except as
leaders and the
wa, with another
Minnesota in be-
i6 crucial games.
Chicago, the 1111-
ather freely ex-
.s the Illint had
d signs of high
SEVERAL NATATORS WILL COME
IF AQUATICS BECOMES
Owing to the fact that Michigan has
not yet sanctioned swimming as a
Varsity sport Dinwiddie, the most
consistent swimmer on the' squad, has
left school. He will, come back if-
the sport is recognized as a Varsity
activity. The petition for recognition
will be presented to the Board in Con-
trol of Athletics on Saturday.
Schwedt, of Detroit Northern high,
jointhholder of the nationaltrecordfor
distance plunging, has decided to
come to Michigan if. the aquatic sport
is made a Varsity activity. Calver of
St. Johns Military academy, national'
back stroke holder, will come to this
school under the same conditions.
They will go to some other Confer-'
ence school if the condition is not
Michigan Team Fast
When the records of the Michigan
-swimming squad are compared with
the Conference records of last year,
it is found that the squad is fast. The
Conference record ?for the 40 yard
dash is 20 seconds. Michigan's best
time is 21.1 seconds. The Conference
record in the 220-yard swim is 2 min.
48 3-5 seconds. The school squad's is
3 min. 3 seconds. Michigan's best in
the 100-yard is 1 min. 2 seconds, while
the Conference record is 1 minute 1
1-5 seconds. The Conference time
,for the 440-yard swim is 6 min. 41 3-5
seconds, while the Michigan squad's
time in this event is 7 mm. 4 seconds;
These records by the Michigan team
have not been made under the best
conditions, as the team has been able1
to practice only twice a week.
Nixons May Come
Don Nixon anr his brother Dave of
the D. A. C. team are in the same posi-
tion as the other men mentioned.
Ernest Briggs of the same team who
is state champion diver, left Michigan
Winners Get Numerals
Cook, Anderson, and Orris starred
for the engineers, while Cannon,
Froney and Follis were in the lime-
light for the dents. The senior engi-
deer lineup was: Anderson, center;
Orris, left wing; Warchan, right wing;
Cook, cover point; Chynoweth, point;
Logan, guard. The dents lined up
with Cannon at center, Follis at left
wing,. Sanregret at right wing, Fron-
ey at cover point, Askins at point, and
Gillhooley at guard. By virtue of
their victory over the dents, themem-
bers, of the senior, engineer team are
to receive class numerals.
in his junior year and will come back
also if the sport becomes official.
If the swimmers are given Varsity
recognition the expenses of the team
for practice will be only $6 a week.
The men are paying for this themselv-
es at present. The team does not an-
ticipate traveling farther than Detrpit
when it goes on outside trips. Thse
facts would make swimming expenses.
light for the Athletic association.
JACKSON TO CROSS
CUES WITH TAYLOR
Al Taylor will meet Clarence Jack-
son, of Detroit, in an 18.2 balk-line bil-
liard match at the Union, February 2;
at 8 p. m. The match will be for 400
points. Taylor will .then play a re-
turn match in Detroit at Huston's
Clarence Jackson made the highest
average ever made with the exception
of Willie Hoppe, when, in 1912, he
made an average of 83 1-3. .In the
same tournament he made three runs
of over 100 each in a 500 point game.
Mr. Jackson recently played 'two
matches with McAndless in Detroit,
breaking even with him. He has been
playing three-cushion billiai ds late-
ly, but is practicing for balk-fine, pre-
paratory to his match with Taylor.
WANT INDEPENDENT TEAMS
IN UNION BOWLING TOURNEY
for every position on the team.
Soph Lits vs. Dents
At 11:30 this morning, the soph
lits are to meet the Junior engineers
in the hockey game that will decide
the semi-finals of the race for second
place in the hockey tournament. The
winner of today's game will play the
dents for the runner-up position of the
interclass league. Members of both
teams are urged to be at the rink on
time, as the game must, be played be-
fore 1 o'clock.
HENDERSON'S CONDITION GOOD,
WIRES CHICAGO PHYSICIAN
A telegram received. by Philip G.1
Bartelme, director ofdathletics, stated
that the condition of William Hender-
son, '22, Varsity basketball forward,
is satisfactory and that there is no
immediate danger. Henderson was
taken ill with the influenza after the
Chicago game Saturday night and was
removed to the Wesley hospital in
that city. The telegram was from the
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Twenty-two teams have entered the
Union bowling tournament, according
to Karl Velde, '20, chairman of the
bowling committee. Only four out of
this number are independent teams,
the rest being made up of fraternities
It is desired that more independent
teams organize and enter the touraa-
ment. Any five men can organize
themselves as a team. The entrance
fee is 50 cents.
It is not expected to start the
tournament until the first week of the
second semester, according to reports
from the committee. All teams enter-
ing can pay the fee when they en-
roll at the Union desk.
Harbert defeats Simons 120 to 114
Harbert took the long end of a 1201
to 114 score from Simons in the Un-
ion billiard tourney Monday after-
noon. Harbert was playing at 120,
,and Simons at 130.
Both men played a good game, but
Simons did niot seem to be shooting
with his usual accuracy, missing sev-
eral important shots. Harbert play-
ed a consistent game in all ways,
making several excellent draws.
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