disposed of by Chicago, Feb. 7, 35 to
10. This was the only game played
in the last two weeks by the Gophers
and places that team in a tie for sev-
enth °place with Ohio State. Indiana,
SLas a result of the 50-50 split with
Iowa, ranks in fourth place, which
has been disputed between Indiana
and Iowa since the Hoosier defeat of
Northwestern, 32 to 11, Feb. 4.
As the race in the Conference nears
the end, it seems that three teams
stand out and will probably be the
ones to decide the final decision. Chi-
cago, Illinois, and Purdue are most
dangerous, with Indiana ranking high.
POt. rPurdue is looked upon as the dark
.875 horse of the leagile and the result of
.750 ithe race, in view of the easy defeat
.667 which the Boilermakers handed to Il-
.667 linois, will probably be decided by the
.500 game between Chicago and Purdue:
'200 RINKTEAM PLAYS TORT
Informal Hockey Aggregation to Meet
that Michigan's informal hockey team,
e of picked from the all-campus selections,
and will open its season at Weinberg rink
>ver with Assumption college of Ontario at
ure 7 o'clock tonight. Assumption college
'ace comes here rated highly as they have
been playing in. the Detroit league all
year and its team is composed of well
due seasoned and experienced men. De-
am, -spite the fact that the Assumption out-
nois fit has played together throughout tbe
at year the Michigan supporters expect a
pint victory through individual play and de-
ood fensive work. The Michigan team won
ter, a practice game last week from a to-'
ef- cal aggregation by the score of 6 to 1.
een Most of tie players on the informal
m s team have be n picked from the cham-
pion intercla s team and all have
of played in the interclass league. Most
, 26 of these men hail from northern Mich-
red igan and Minnesota and have had pre-
hief vious experience. Robert Kerr, '22,
ler- the acting captain, was selected as
two leader of the all-campus team. Le..
,ity, Mieux is coaching the team.
eek . The lineup will be picked from the
de- following men: R. Kerr, Capt., '22,
an Barkell, '21E, Anderson, '22E, Cannon,
Lme dent, MacDuff, '23E, Richards, '23,
ac- Kahn, 22, Orrres, '20E, Didier, '21, San-
regret, dent., Follis, dent., Steketee,
'22, Hoskine, '21E, Cook, '20E, Logan,
the '20E. Referee, John Cary, '20. Admis-
FARRLLA1lYIN Wieman Will Don
st T s Again',
FRnnTad Wieman, captain in absentia
of the 1918 football team, will return
Illinois CarnivgL.First E vent on Track next fall. This announcement, sup-
'Schedule; Meet plemented by the assurance that the.
S eChicagobig fellow will be eligible, is certain
Next to bring joy to the hearts of all those
who hope for a Michigan come-back
IN 'A. A. U. 11EET SATURDAY Wieman received the football "M"
both- in 1916 and 1917. At the close
First on the varsity track schedule' of the latter season he was elected
is the Illinois Relay Carnival. Coach captain for the ensuing year, but he
Farrell is therefore grooming his men had already applied for aviation and
with this meet in view. Intensive his call came soon after his election.
work is being meted out to all the During the 1916 gridiron season Tad
candidates and. particular attention is was used at tackle, but Yost shifted
being devoted to those events which him to the backfield in.1917 because
will be run off at the Carnival. of the need for a heavy plunging full-
Following the Illinois relays will be back. It was 14 this position that he
the indoor meet with Chicago in Wa- earned the nickname "Tank," which
terman gymnasium. Already Chicago was given to him because of his prow-
has taken the count of Purdue in a ess in ploughing through opposing
duel meet and the work of Higgins, lines. He scored 128 points for Michi-
Chicago's spectacular weight man, gan that season, the most of any
was highly gratifying to the followers player on the team.
of the Midway school. Wiemanis now workingdin Califor-
ofte da s chool. nia. He. has not attended school
J~oinsoni Training Hard since his departure for the service
Captain Carl Johnson has been early in 1918.
training consistently in preparation
for the National A. A. U. meet in New
York, on Saturday. He will compete .
only in the high jump and in the 75 I' MEITM ET
yard dash. Especially pleasing thus
far has been the work of Slaughter in No definite action was taken in re-,
the pole vault. He has been vaulting gard to the status of swivnming as a
well and has shown the best form that Michigan sport at the recent meeting-
has been seen in Waterman gymna- of the board in control, but it will un-
sium since Foss of Cornell perform- doubtedly be made an informal sport
ed there- back in 1916. With Slaugh- in the near future, and the team-s will
ter, Wesbrook, and Cross the pole meet representatives of schools and
vault will be well taken care of and clubs in the vicinoty. Upon the com-
is being counted on for many points pletion of the Union pool the swim-
in the coming dual meets. ming team is sure to become an im-
Of considerable interest at the pres- portant factor in Michigan athletics.
ent time is the Freshman meet which At the state- swimming meet held
will be held on Feb. 28. The ineet it at the Detroit Athletic cluI a short
open to all freshmen on the campus time ago, Warren Hyde, '23, placed
who are scholastically eligible and it third in two events, the 100-yard crawl
is expected that at least 150 first year and the breast stroke event of the
*men will compete. It is thought that same'distance. In the latter Hyde
a wealth of good material will be un- g s fm .ta In th l erfHyde
coveed. her area. nmbe of oodgot off /to a bad'start or his perform-
covered. There are a number of good ance would have been even more cred-
men in the first year class who have .
been working out under the direction liable.
of Professor Carver. More men of track Freshman swimming will be' bols-
ability are expected to report this teredupto a great extent with the ap-
week. pearance on the sqkad shortly o11
Jack Searles, crack middle distance
Fresh Entries Open Tomorrow swimmer of New Trier (Illinois) high
Entries for the meet will be re- school, and more recdntly, of the Great
ceived after Wednesday. Charts will Lakes naval training station splash-
be posted in Waterman gymnasium ers.
above the starting blocks on which
freshmen may make their entries. Pro- ae
fessor Carver will be on hand to take! New Plans . Mde For J-Hop
charge of the training of the first year New plans for the 1921 Hop, which
men. All candidates are urged to .re-. were made necessary by its postpon-
port to him for preliminary practice. ment to April 9, have not yet been
The regular freshman track team will iuade by the committee. It is felt by
be selected from the winners in this those in charge that extra funds to
meet and the outdoor meet in the cover the losses sustained would have
spring. Suitable prizes will be given to be secured but in what manner this
to the winners of first, second, and is to. be done has not yet been decided.
INTE[CLASBSKETBALL 8:30 o'clock
WILL IN NEXT WEE 8:30 o'clock
GAMES IN DEPARTMENT AM) SO.,
CIETY LEAGUES YET TO 8:30 o'clock
BE PLAYED 8:30 o'clock
Interclass basketball will begin next 8:30 o'clock
week following the organization of the 8:30 o'clock
class teams into a court league. The8:30 o'clock
remainder of this week will be de-'
voted to practice prior to the open- 8:30 o'clock
ing of, the. schedule. The game be- j ilc
tween the Up-Staters and Scalp and :00 o'clock
Blade in the society league and five 1:00.o'clock
games in the department league re-:2:0 o'clock
main to be played before the formal 2:00 d'clock
onenle oft~hai'ntro.1~aa r~waiz
.. . raus.
.. Junior lits
.. . Junior eng.
for the contests will be
pt-11 gi en iuerciass or gan za-
tion. announced later. Any class which has
Nineteen Teams Entered already organized should communi-
Nineteen teams will be represented cate with Coach Mitchell at the new
in this new court league. Each team offices of the Intramural department,
remains in the running until it has room' 3, Press building. Phone 2677.
met two defeats. Each of the under-
graduate classes will be represented Reserve Aviators Meet Today
by both literary - and engineering To take action on several requests
teams while the professional schools of importance to be sent to.the Adju-
except the Pharmics and Homeops will tant-general of the Army, all Michi-
be represntd by an upperclass and an gan students and alumni who hold
underclass team. commissions as reserve military avia-
The organization of the upper and tors are asked to attend a meeting at
underclass teams is a new idea orig- 7 o'clock Thursday evening in room
mated with the intention of equaliz-' 304 of the Union.
ing the strength of the various quin-
tets. The. Homeops and Pharmics will Prof. Bartlett Gives First of Talks
each be represented by one team re- Prof. Harley H. Bartlett of the Bot-
gardless of what class the players be- any department gave the first of this
long. semester's Talks to Freshmen Monday
In arranging the teams in this man- on the subject, "The Relation of Bot-
ner Coach Mitchell hopes to equalize any to Life."
the strength and create a greater in-
terest in the contests. The practices Daily Man Leaves College
will begin tonight and will be held William H. Riley, '22, of The Daily
according to the following schedule: staff, has been forced to leave the UniP
PRACTICE SCHEDULE versity at the close of the semester
for New Mexico because of ill health.
7:00 o'clock.............Fresh lits The "STANDARD" loose leaf. ote-
8:30 o'clock............Fresh eng. book at WAHR'S JNIVERSITY BOOK
o'clock .............. Forresters
. , r k .
)E ,TO MEET CAPTAINS OF
EAMS IN BOWLING TOURNEY
a method of opening the compe-
in bowling between the teams
ed, Karl Velde, '20, chairmnan of
Jnion bowling committee, will
the captains of the teams al-
r signed up or wishing to sign.,
11 be held this after-
lock, on the third
n. The room num-
d upon the bulletin
this meeting plans for the tour-
nts are to be discussed, and a
.te schedule drawn up. It is nec-
yy that every tam ente'red be
-sented at the meeting.
ronise our adettfeers .
third places in all events. As in the
past the prizes will consist of track;
equipment which will be found useful
around the gymnasium..
Varsity and ex-varsity men will act
as officials at the meet, and Dr. May,
will be the official starter.
Second hand textbooks-bought and
sold at Wahr's University Bookstore.
All of the 100 cases of smilax which
,were to have been used in forming.a
canopy over the gymnasium had been
received before the influenza caused
the banning of all dances. None of
this has as yet been disposed of but
every effort is being made to salvage
The Daily contains the latest Asso-
ciated Press News.-Adv.
"-Makes Jack a'
Jack and Tom and Harry get
to be very .dull chaps, indeed, if
they believe in all work and no
Menwho want to keep their
minds keen and 'their wits
sharp, know that they must play
to keep fit for the terrific strain
of modern life.
If your "prof" is wise he will
heartilyrapprove 'of your play-
ing an occasional game of bil-
liards. Come in tonight-get a
good cue in your hands again-
and see how soon your, former
skill comes back to you.
Billiards and Bowling, Cigars
and Candies. Cigarettes & Pipes.'
"We try to treat you Right"
- at -
11 07 South University Ave.
and Supplies or all Colleges at Both Stores
Both Ends of the Diagonal Walk
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