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be determined, and the diamond
squads of Harvard, Yale, Princeton,
Cornell and Pennsylvania may be com-
pared with the Big Ten teams as well
as those from the Pacific coast. The
Wolverine nine of 1915 captained by
the versatile George Sisler, present
first sacker of the St. Louis Browns
and one of the best swatsmen in the
game, was chosen by a number of the
leading sporting writers as the na-
tional champion. During the past two
e seasons the Wolverines have been able
in to carry away the Western Conference
title with the loss of but one Bi Ten
de contest. This season the Wolverines
leare minus the services oftsome of last
year's stars but have a strong nu-
hcleus around which to build a pow-
Sersul nine. Barring all accidents, the
season should treat the fans to some
of the fastest games ever witnessed on
the Ferry field diamond.

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SY WEEK AHEAD
FOR PUCK CHASERS

erence-
This will be a busy week for the
hockey team. 'Three strong opponents
!d him- will be encountered within that time.
tion in The local players have given hockey
usual. enthusiastics a great surprice and -the
th old team is showing great improvement
vic~e to with each practice.
ie race The return game with Assumption
than had to be postponed until Saturday
e Con-- on account of the poor condition of the
inusual- ice. Wednesday's game'swith the
ineligi- Draper and Loomis industrial team
Sig Ten of Detroit is sure to be one well worth
y vet- seeing. Although the D. & L. aggre-
e base- gation, leads in a city league, little
can be gained from a comparison with
which the other teams which have played
teams here because. of the fact that they are
are al- in different leagues.
all and Either the Rayls or the Waterston
ollmer, team will be seen here on Friday. Both
of last of these teams are strong and either
Midway will force the local aggregation to
era for do some fast playing to win.
ia h-ave

IPROMNT SHOWN IN
CHICAGO COURT CONTEST
INABILITY TO SHOQT BASKETSi
ONLY GLARING WEAK.
NESS
Lack of basket shooters was the chief1
reason for the defeat of Michigan at the1
hands of Chicago Saturday night.
None of the Wolverines were able to
break strongly into the scoring col-
umn, while the Maroons had little dif-
ficulty in throwing baskets when they
counted most.
Williams and Karpus help .
Aside from the scoring phase of the
game, the Michigan playing showed a'
distinct Improvementaover ,other'
games, Williams and Karpus adding a'
great deal of power to the Varsity.-
Michigan fought well throughout the
game, passed better than usual and1
he positionss.were better played, but
even when the Michigan forwards got
loose with the ball they wei'e unable
to throw baskets, showing a woeful
lack of accuracy at such times.
LBirkhoff, Chicago forward', played
the most sensational game, fromthe
point of scoring. His shots were fast
and equally good whether he was cov-
ered or free. Halladay, at center,
threw four pretty shots during the'
game. The Chicago teamwork was re-
markably good, the men passing from
center to the basket with precision.,
Chicago in Lead
Clicago has now won eight games,'
and is still in first place, but only a
stride ahead of the flying quintet from
Purdue. The Boilermakers have won
the last six games they have played,
all by comfortable margins. Last Sat-
urday they swamped Northwestern at
Evanston 50 to 26. Due to this win
and the defeat of Illinois, 32 to 29, by
Wisconsin, Purdue is now in second
place and rapidly overtaking first. The
Maroons will have a hard time stop-
ping the Lafayette team, and the game'
which brings the two together next
week wil probably decide the Confer-
ence title.
Trials for Olympic Games Start Soon
Chicago, Feb. 23.-Elimination trials
will soon start in order to determine
the personnel of our representation to
the Olympic games.
The first set of outdoor games will
be the 'Penn relays on April 30 and
May 1. From this date., until the
American team sails for foreign
shores the college and athletic club
stars will be competing with weekly
regularity in all sections of the coun-
try.
The Michigan Daly, the only a
ing paper in Ann Arbor, contains a
the latest campus, cty, and wed
nriv.-Ad,..

TO RUN

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Lawn tennis throughout England
may be said to have regained its pre-
war position and there is every ev-
idence that the sport will experience
a tremendous boom during the coming
summer, especially with an American
team plazying in the Wimbledon cham-
pionships. Reserved stand tickets for
this tournament, which will not begin
until June 21, have already been plac-
ed upon sale and so great was the de-
mand that they were allotted in part
by ballot.
These seats, which are good
throughout the entire tournament and'
are also transferable, were placed on
sale about the middle of January at a
cost of approximately $12 each. Ac-
cording to the latest announcements
from abroad it is expected that the
tournament will continue for close to
two weeks and will contain entrants,
both men and women, from all the
European tennis playing countries as
well as the United States, Australia,
Japan and South Africa.
MORE STRINGENT
RULES IN FORCE
Many colleges are striving this year
to put their athletic teams on a more
firm foundation. In many schools, eli-
gibility, training rules, and fair play
are coming to the front as never be-
lercT This year seems to mark the
beginning of an era of higher stand-
ards for clean athletics and of fairer
competition for the teams..;
Coach Ten Eyck, for many years
successful crew coach at Syracuse,
recently made the statement, "A man
may be one of the best rowers I've
got for the boats this year, but if
his class standings are low he'4 no
good tothe school."
The successor to Bob Folwell at
Pennsylvania has put forth very
stringent orders in regard to training
rules for next football season. In ad-
dition to the time honored axioms of
no smoking or drinking and early to
bed he advocates any, principle the
purpose of which is the promotion of
fair play and good sportsmanship.
Northwestern Swimmers vs. Wisconsin
Evanston, Feb. 23.-Stiff opposition.
for the Purple swimmers are promis-
ed for Friday night. when Wisconsin
sends her crack swimming team to do
battle with Northwestern's Conference
championship contenders.
In a meet- held last, night the North-
western vahity track team defeated
the Freshmen 62 1-2 to 27 1-2.
CREOLE PRALINES at Tices' Drug
Store. 117 S. Main St.-Adv.
The Daily contains the latest Asso-
ciated Press News.-Adv.

NEW STUDENTS GIVEN
CHANCE TO GET 'ENSIAN
For the benefit of those stu-
dents entering the University
this semester subscriptions for
the 1920 Michiganensian will be
taken for the remainder of this
week on the second floor of the
Ann Arbor Press building.
The edition of the Michigan-
ensian about to be published -will
be only sufficient to cover ad-
'vance subscriptions received.
Persons wishing to obtain cop-
ies of the yearbook will be re-
quired to subscribe now as there
will be no extra copies for sale
later.

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Attention
Bowlers
HUSTON BROS. wish to an-
nounce, a University Champion-
ship bowling tournamnent for
two men teams. No entry fee
required and good prizes award-
ed to the winning teams. Bowl-
ing to begin at once, as soon as
entry list is completed. League
games to be every Tuesday and
Friday nights. Call 159 for in-
formation.
Get your entry in at once.
Prizes to be awarded to:
INDIVIDUAL
1. Individual High Score.
2. Individual High Average for
8 games.
S. Individual High Average for
entire tournament.
TEAM PRIZES
Teams finishing-1, 2, 3, to get
prizes.

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seem to have the best chances'
e race.
esday's games' are as follows:
:30 o'clock, the Trigons vs. the
Theta Psi; and at 5:15, the Delta
a Delts,vs. the- Nu Sigma Nus.
Ys. West Tennis Series Desired
4 York; Feb. 23.-There has been'
h agitation lately by the National
is association for an East vs.
match to be played early in
. It is proposed to send the win-
team to England for the English
apionships at Wimbledon and per-
enter in the Olympic champion-
jarly in July.
trounse our advertisers.

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