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Hockey Likely To 7Ie Rtcognized
As One Of "N" Sorts At ricigan
That hockey may be recognized as Anderson, Cannon, MacDuff. Kahn
a'Varsity sport is 'the latest announce- and Folis have all done fine work and
ment from Coach LeMieux. Efforts are deserve a great deal of merit. Kahn
being made to arrange .an intercol- is probably the fastest man on .the
legiate schedule for next year and if team and is a hard fighter. He is the
this -can be done, Mr. Bartelmie has only man on the team-who is not from
agreed to the official recognition of Northern Michigan or Canada.
that sport. Anderson Only Loss
That the prospects for such a Only, one of the members of this
schedule are very good is the ohpin- year's squad will be absent next year.
ion of tle hockey coach. He has writ- Anderson, who has shown such good
ten to most of the schools within a form all yeai, will not be here next
reasonable radius, and is 4every day ex- seasp, owing to the fact that he will
pecting word from them. Minnesota I graduate in June.
and Wisconsin have for several years The SJpcal facilities for the sport are
had informal teams and games with the best possible. The Coliseum rink
them are practically certain. The is fast and large, and needs but a few
Michigan College of Mines is another changes to make it admirably suited
prospect. to' the needs of the team.
2 MORE VIETERANS1
Karpus, Third Base on 1919 Team, and
Pearman of Last Year's Fresh-.
man Nine, Appear.
WILL -GIVE BATTING PRACTICE
BEFORE CUTTING SQUAD DOWN
11 will take
Hle and two
in. the car-
e ability which
se of the large
3selection of a
e rather diffi-
d his assistants
e and none are
opinion as to
up the person-
Messner, Petty, Har-
arson, Lukins, Meese,
Theeler, and Gambil.
Hers, the loss of Burk-
y felt. Coach Farrell
,r men,-however, from
a fairly strong tyo
our mile team is still
track squad is weak
lays, there will be in-
ition in a number of
rials will also be held
determine who among
d Lashmet, shall rep-
Mrsity in the sprints.~
ble that Coach Farrell
entire pole vaulting
uad is exceptionally,
,rly in the year. Baker
andle the shot put and
y that Captain 'John-
e in both the hurdles
of the team that will
na will be decided up-
n. Coach Farrell has
uad which he will take
im 12 to 14 men,
eligibility of the en-
ch succeeded in main-
ssary scholastic stand-
efimined this evening.
ommittee of the Board
thletics will meet at
it in the Athletic %as-
. The following track
port at this meeting:
.der, Beardsley, Craig,
Earle, Fitzgerald, Jo-
ohnson, Messner, May-
ok, Wood, Lashmet
Carson, Cook, Dou-
haw, Hardell, Keidans,
Losch, Meese. Mosh-
Stipe, Shaw, Wetzel,
Slaughter, and Ever-
Canadian Teais Near
Across, the border are many schools
which will be glad to enter into com-
petition with Michigan. Kingston,
Toronto, land Assumption are among
the closest of these and it is felt that
the required schedule can easily be
The first year of hockey in Michi-
gan has been successful beyond the
fondest hopes 't its advocates. Real
talent *as discovered in the school
and Coach LeMiux, himself an old
nd experienced hockey star, has done
remarkable work with the men. All
of them have tried hard all season
and deserve ofcial recognition of
Kerr from Duluth
Kerr, the fast captain, is from Du-
luth, where he has played hockey
since he was old enough to stand up
on skates. He is a very aggressive
skater and this, coupled with his
speed, makes him one of the best in
this part of the country.'
Barkell is perhaps the' headiest
player on the team. He, too, has
played a great deal of hockey and is
a sure shot with the puck. He made
the best individual showing of the
season by scoring all but two of the
goals made by Michigan.
Richards Good at Goal .
Richardy,. Michigan's air-tight goal
tender, is largely responsible for the
first two victories. H is one of the
most accomplished players on the
squad and his stellar work has kept
the opponet'.s score down. '
Coach-Drulard has issued an official
call for Michigan's informal swimming
team. Swimming was recognized as
an infornm1l sport by the Board in
Control of Athletics at its , meeting
last Saturday, and now takes its place
among other vatsity sports. The first
regular practice will take place at
3:30 o'ciock this afternoon in the Y.
M. C. A. pool, and all new men will
be given an opportunity to show what
they can do at that time. It should
be remembered that Freshmen are
eligible to compete in an informal
sport. A large turnout is therefore
It is especially important that all
members of the team be present with
their swimming suits at today's prac-
tice, as the M3chiganensian pictures
are to be taken. All swimmers should
be on hand at 3:30 o'clock sharp.
An intramural meet is scheduled for
some time in 'the next two weeks.
This meet will give students a line on
what to expect from their tank repre-
sentatives, will greatly aid Coach
Drulard in his slections, and will
further the increased interest that ha
been taken din tee sport. Drulard is
also endeavoring to arrange a meet
with M. A. C. The Farmers have a
strbug squad, but the coach is conf-
dent that the Michigan swimmers can
avenge the basketball defeats suffer-
ed at the hands of the Green and
TEN RACE PRACTICALLY
CINCHED BY 0911.
Illinois, coming to Michigan after a
hard fight lost to Chicago, 27 to 20,
was more than a match for the Wol-
verine court men. Michigan's usual
fault can be blamed for' the defeat,
lack of ability to shoot baskets. At
most points the Varsity excelled the
visitors; and at no time was Mtlchigan
outfought, but as shot after shot was
missed, Michigan's chances for win-
ning were lessened.
Carney, star Illinois center, and the
main reason for the win credited to
the Illini machine, threw 17 points,
and brought his total for the season
to 193. This breaks the ofrmer Con-
ference high point record, held by
Anderson of Illinois, who set a mark'
of 173 points. Carney now leads all
of the Conference scorers, and on his
general playing is probably the first
choice for Conference center. Tay-
lor, forward on the same team, is
considered to be, one of the best all
around players in the Big Ten, stand-
ing high in the list of point getters,'
and playing a good defensive game.
Continued on Page Six)
Alumnus to Appear In Two Weeks
The next issue of the Michigan
Alumnus .will be . out in about twc
weeks, according to a statement b
Editor Wilfred B. Shaw.
POOR" SHOOTING ONCE
Baseball prospects continue to look
bright for the. Wolverines.
Karpus, heavy hitting third base-
man of last year's Varsity, made his
appearance for practice yesterday for
the first tinie. Chief Pearman, infield-
er on the freshman team of last sea-
son, also came out for practice. Both
of these men have been playing
basketball but will be ableto appear
regularly after the final . court game
with Minnesota next Tuesday night.
Karpus and Pearman are both in fine
condition and with a little practice
they will be able to perform at their
Infielders Show Class
the work of the infielders is par-
ticularly pleasing. All of the form-
er Varsity are coming up to expecta-
tions while not a few of the new can-
didates are showing form that will
make the regulars hustle to' hold
down their old jobs. Wimbles, Jack
Dunn, and Middleditch show ability
and ,are making strong bids for regu-
lar postiions. 'The . aspirants have
confined their work so far to fielding
practice. Coach Lundgren wants a
(Continued on Page Six)
EXHIBITION CONTEST TO BE
GIVEN AT GYMNASIIjI! TODAY
Joe Plank now in charge of wrest-
ling announces the second set of pre-
liminary matches. Two light weight,
one welter weight and one exhibition
are the contests scheduled for the
match at 4 o'clock this afternoon in
the wrestling room of the gym. The
contestants are very well matched
and close decisions are assured. Of
especial interest is the exhibition
match -between Plank and Dunfee.
These men have had a great deal of
experience in the art and should dis-
play something more than the every-
The following matches are sched-
uled for 4 o'clock Wednesday after-
noon: Light weight-E. A. Kahn vs.
L. A. Packard; R. W. Taylor vs. R.
P. Fleck. Welter weight-D..W. Dick-
son vs. J. W. Morey. Exhibition
match--J. H. Plank vs. H. G. Dunfee.
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