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2 LIT-DENT HOCKEY GAME

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X. A. C. COURT TEAM STRONG
BY USE OF SEVERAL VETERANS
It will be a weakened Varsity which
takes the floor against M. A. C. to-
night, in Waterman gymnasium.
Henderson is still suffering from the
"flue." His absence from the lineup
will probably necessitate the shift-
ing of Rea from running guard to a
forwar . Weiss is the likely choice
for the other forward position with
Cook as a possibility.The latter has
only played in one game so far, the
Western Reserve affair.
Several Guards Possible
Dunne is certain to hold down the
pivot job, but the guards furnish a
problem. Wilson, Rychener, Peare,
and Gervirtz are the ones from whom
a pair must be selected.
In aatition to the weakness caused
by the absence of Henderson, the team'
is suffering from the fact that thb
men are not in the best physical
shape. Two hard games in the past
few days, coupled with long train
journeys, do not make for excellent
condition in a team.
Aggies Strong
The M. A. C. quintet is undoubtedly
a strong one and will give the Var-
sity plenty of opposition according to
Coach Mather. Chicago had difficulty
in subduing the Farmers, while the
fast University of Detroit five was just
able to conquer them. Indiana de-
feated the Aggies by one point the eve-
ning before the Hoosiers appeared
here, although the Indiana coach used
three substitutes during the major
portion of the game.
Kurtz one of the Aggie guards, and
Foster, the center, are the men that
the Michigan players will have to
watch. They are both fast and handle
the ball well. The visitors use the
five .man defense, as does Mather's

Owing-to the fact that several mem-
bers 'of the dent hockey team were
taking final examinations at the time
scheduled for* their game with the
soph lits Thursday morning, the game
was postponed until this morning at
11:30 o'clock.
This game will decide second place
in the campus hockey tournament.
The postponment of this contest nec-
essitates the postponment of the selec-
tion of the two All-campus hockey
squads. The names of the men pick-
.ed for the All-campus squad, which
will form the nucleus of Michigan's
informal hockey team, will be chosen
after today's contest and announced
in an early Daily.
SWIMMER P
FOR kljvc.TANK TEAM

CHARTS HELP IN'
TRAINING -SQUAD
Systematic Coaching, Utilizing Daily
Record of Trial, Proving Highly
Successful
CANDIDATES FOR TRAC TEAM
SCRUTINIZED THOROUGHLY.
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Systematic coaching is being giv-
en to the candidates for the Varsity,
track team. A new method of han-f

Court Game Rough
For Ch ic Ha rley
If there is anyone qualified in these
United States who can attest to the
merits and demerits of the sport as
played on the gridiron and as played
,on the court, it is Chick Harley, bas-
ketball guard and All-American half-
back, who appears here Saturday
evening when Ohio State's Big Ten
court squad invades Waterman gym.
Harley, one of the best all-round
athletes in the country today, is out
to win his fourth varsity letter in bas-
lNetball in the present Western Con-

"ROLL YOUR OWN"
SAYS THE BOWLER
Watching a game is fun, we'll
admit., And everyone is WEL-
COME to watch the bowlers at
our alleys, as often as they like.
But to get real benefit from
bowling you, must ROLL YOUR
OWN. (With apologies to the
Bull Durham folks.)
Ruskin said: "If you want
pleasure you must toil for it."
Bowling is almost beneficial ex-
ercise and the realpleasureland
benefit comes from playing-not
watching.
HUSTON BROS.
Billiards and Bowling, Cigars
and Candies. Cigarettes & Pipes.
"We try to treat you Right"
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odling tryouts has been adopted this ference campaign. Chick is finding
year and it is proving satisfactory and the court game a tough pastime, it
successful, seems, for he terms it ag very "rude."'
Charts and Workouts "Rougher than football," was the
At the *est end of Waterman gym- fleet half-back's comment when the
nasium are'posted a series of charts, Ohio State squad had completed its
on the first one of which every can- annual holiday jaunt. Harley was so
didate for the squad is listed. This badly shaken up by the trip that he
bears the general name of "tryout was tagged for the hospital.
chart." The second is called the Var- His casuality record contained a
sity chart, to which all members of sprained thumb, a, badly bruised left
the tryout chart seek to advance, elbow and shoulder, and a mass of
This system was decided upon as the sore places from head ,to foot. His
best way to discover and develop new arm and shoulder became infected and
material, as well as creating interest to prevent possible blood poisoning,
and giving an added incentive to the Harley was sent to the hospital.
candidates. In spite of Harley's attitude to-
Under the-plan, every man starts ward the basket sport, however, he is
out on the tryout chart. Record of playing a nice game at guard for the
his attendance is kept and he is giv- Buckeyes. In the recent game with
en individual coaching in his event Purdue, Harley's guarding .and bas--
by Coach Farrell and a staff of for- ket-shooting played an impprtant part
mer Varsity men. in Ohio State's 37-35 victory.
He competes only against men of What he will be able to do against
his class, and as he improves he ad- the Wolverine forwards remains to be,
vances to the next class. As soon as seen Saturday evening.
his showing is favorable, he gradu-
ates from the tryout class 'and his STANFORD WANTS
namei s placed on the Varsitv Chartl .- --? -9-vP--

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IN GYM CLASSES
RING FALL SEMESTER

COMMENDS SPIRIT
BY FIRST YEAR
MEN

Work of the first semester will be
completed this week by the largest
freshman gymnasium classes in the
history of the University. More than
1,400 men have been enrolled in the
various classes this semester and it is
expected this number will be in-
creased by several hundred with the
new students entering in February.
Director Dr. Geo. T. May is very
much pleased with the spirit the men
have shown in the work so far. He
says that the attendance has been ex-
ceptionally good and that all of the
men go right after the work. Accord-
ing to Dr. May it took some time to
instill the spirit for exercise in those
men who had been in the service.
Shadow Boxing Given
Exercises this semester have con-
sisted mainly in preliminary instruc-
tion -in shadow boxing. The men have
been taught foot work and arm move-
ment of defensive boxing and in ad-
dition some offensive exercises to ac-
quaint the men with boxing posi-
tions.
Next semester each section will be
given actual practice with the gloves
and the men will receive individual
attention. All those who desire fur-
ther instruction in the art of boxing,
may receive private lessons from an
experienced boxing instructor in the
employ of the Boxing club. All con-
tests will be for instruction only as
no public exhibitions can be staged
until intercollegiate boxing is sanc-
tioned by the Western Conference.
In addition to instruction in boxing
the freshmen have been given point-
ers in the tug of war, preparatory to
the-traditional contest of the spring
games.
New Lockers for Gym
As a result of the present shortage
of lockers, and in anticipation of the
increased enrollment, the west room'
of the gymnasium basement is be-
ing fitted to accommodate a thousand
new lockers, the first shipment of
which will be delivered the first week
in February.

Swimming practice, Thursday, was
mainly confined to practicing starts
and turns, as the team is resting up
in preparation for the meet with De-
troit Junior college, Saturday, Jan.
31.;
Men Show Pep
Coach Drulard is experiencing no
difficulty in making the men report
for practice, in fact, his main trouble
is to keep the swimmers from working
put too much. In order to win from
the Detroit school the athletes will
Phave to stretch themselves to the lim-
it as the visiting aggregation will of-
fer some tough opposition.
Thuraday White and Goldsmith
worked out in the fancy diving event.'
These men are expected to haul down
first and second place at the meet in
this event, as theirrwork up to now
has been of a good brand.
The following men are .expected to
represent Michigan on Saturday:
Babcock, Hyde,sStuart, Valentine,
White, and. Goldsmith. However, the
coach has a few other, men who may
have a chance on Saturday and will
,annoftce the list of swimmers today
at the pool.
Stuart Shows Well -
Barry Stuart who was mentioned
in The Daily yesterday as a former
state champion is expected to show up
well at Saturday's meet and may cop
a few firsts even though he is not
in the best of condition.
The city Y. M. C. A. pool can ac-
commodate 200 spectators and the team
Mopes that the students will show
their backing of the team by filling
the visitors' gallery to capacity at the
meet on Saturday. The meet starts
promptly at 3:30 o'clock in the aft-
ernoon and the admission is 50 cents.
CAMPUS WRESTLING
TOURN EY PLANNED
Instuetion to Freihmen as Means of
Extra Preparation
Wrestling will take a place as one
of the campus sports next semester.
During this half of the year an All-
campus wrestling tournament will be
held in the gymnasium, mat room. The
tournament is open to all men on the
-campus and the contestants will be
'paired off according to their weight,
in an elimination contest. To the
winners of the lightweight, welter-
weight, middleweight and heavy-
weight. championships cups will be
awarded.
In an effort to crea a greater in-
ftrest int the mat gafte Director Dr.
George T. May will providecInstruc-
tion for his freshman classes. These
classes'will be divided into sections
for the training in wrestling, and a
number of former champions of the
campus wil assist in showing these
freshman charges the tricks of the
mat game.
Already some instruction has been
given in defensive work. The aspir-
ants will be pointed for the various
holds as the nelsons, head and body
scissors,Arotch, hammer lock, toe
.hold, wrist lock, and elbow lock. Great
emphasis will also be laid in. teach-
ing the men how to conserve their
strength and escape from the various
holds. All wrestling is to be clean
cut and snappy. Only men of the
same weight will be allowed to grap-
ple on the mat together
Outdoor Track for K. U. Runners
Lawrence, Kas., Jan. 29.-An out-
door wood track to be used by track
men at the University of Kansas in
training for the spring meets is to be
constructed soon according to Dr. F.
C. Allen, director of athletics. A
call for track men has been made by

Karl A. Schlademan, coach, and a
number of letter men as well as
promising new men have responded.

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after which he practices with the Var-
sity squad under the personal atten-
tion of Coach Farrell.
Equal Cohmpetition
In this way, new men do not com-
pete against runners who are vastly
their superior, but work out with men
in their own class. The progress of
the tryouts can be carefully noted and
as ,improvementr is, apparent. he ad-
vances to the 'next stage. Individual
coaching is thus afforded to inex-
perienced tryouts and training in the
fundamentals is more complete.
In exactly the same manner, the
freshmen are being handled. Show-
ing and attendance are large factors
in advancement. With the new meth-
od of -coaching and classification, it
is expected that many more men will
come out.
Read the Daily for Campus News.

OLYMPIC TR YOUTS
Competing with Pasadena for Trials
on Pacifie Coast
New York, Jan. 29.-Stanford uni-
versity today entered the field as a
candidate for the 'staging of the Pa-
cifc coast Olympic games trials
competing with Pasadena for the
honor of holding the initial tryouts
preliminary to the formation of the
United States team in the Antwerp
internationals.
The application was received here
by Secretary Rubien of the \American
Olympic committee from E. Wilfred
Maloney, Stanford track coach who
also was coach and captain cif the
American team in the inter-allied
games held in France last year.
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