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times. The all fresh played a fine'
game throughout and many of the men
showed real Varsity calibre. Miller
and Whitlock divided the scoring -hon-
ors for the winners. Cappou played
a fine game at guard.
Elmer "Cress played a stellar game
for the Phi Kaps. He scored 10 of his
team's 15 points. Loring also played a
Hahn A Champion
Of Former Days
10 NEWMEN HEED
Several of Newcomers Show Promise;
Will Choose Varsity Team in
a Few Weeks
MEN NEEDED IN BACKSTROKE,
DIVING, AND PLUNGE EVENTS
mission will be able to make
rules binding and thus rid the
of the stalling champion.
ie Michigan Daily is a
rnival. As a resut
ide in the trials yes-
it was decided -to
a squad. The men
n are Captain John-
heeler, Hardell, But-
Archie Hahn, '04, Yost's choice for
football trainer, was one of the fast-
est men Michigan has ever turned out.
He was especially expert in the short
dashes, running the 60 and 100 yard
dashes in record time. His mark for
the '100 is the exceedingly fast time
of 9 4-5 seconds. Hahn also perform-
ed well in the 440 yard dash, but he
did his best work in the shorter dis-
tances. Hahn still holds the Confer-
ence record of 21 3-5 seconds in the
220 yard dash.
Ten' new men answered Coach Dru-
held for all the quarter
nilers, apd milers. Only
elay and a medley relay'
entered in the meet as
n the half mile and mile
istently strong to make
Hahn's Olympic experience should
make him invaluable as Coach Steve
Farrell's assistant in the track lipe.
He won the 60, the 100,Gand220emeter
runs in the Olympic Games held at
St. Louis in 1904.
Since this time he has been coach
and trainer in various schools of the
country. Hahn has coached every
sport with the exception of baseball
since he left Michigan in '04. He was
trainer at Brown the year Pollard
was starring in the east. Hahn will
be here next fall in. time for the early
TWO MORE HOME GAMES
LEFT ON BASKET S CHEDULE
ey race. In the medley,,
men runda quarter, the
'mile, and the fourth a
will handle the mile in
Sutler the half mile, and
m the 440 squad the.quar-
ie last two men will not
atil the day of the meet.
D relays are the only ones
the Varsity will compete.
tion to the relay squads,
rrell will take nine men to
n the individual events. The
e vaulting team will make
Cross, Wesbrook, and
have done well thus far
expects this squad to an-
1 points. Baker will be the
ht man to go. He will take
he shot put. Iin the broad
brook and Lashmet have
red largely for the sake of
preliminary practice before
utside. The men have not
to work out in the gym be.
he lack of facilities.
ich and Lashmet Go
yard dash is to be run by
1 Lashmet. In the tryouts
afternoon the results of the
e so close that it was im-
3 determine a winner. Cook
in shape and so will not
trip. Capt. Carl Johnson
Beardsley will run both
dles. Beardsley has shown
aprovement and has been
rl a close race. Johnson
will be the varsity entries
h jump. It will depend on,
eels whether or not he will
the broad jump or the
Lly the entire Varsity squad
'esterday afternooii° and a
spectators were on hand
lie trials. All the men~ were
ut and put forth tneir best
the hope bf making . the
Urbana. With the assistance
Kers, the time made by the
.lers was very satisfactory.
eid'nz, and Messner were
of a pla.e oqj the squad 1y
all margin. Earle did tloe
od shape and reached t? e
ahead of Maynard.
Defeat Phi Kappa Sigiuas
all fresh defeated the win-
e interfraternity basketball;
score of 26 to 15. The Phi
mna team showed a lack of
which made them cham-
eir greatest difficulty lay in
re to cage the ball at all
WISCONSIN AND MINNESOTA
PLAY VARSITY FIVE,
Michigan plays two more Conference
games in Waterman gym before going
away from home for the final games'
of the year. Next Saturday night Wis-
consin will play here and the follow-
ing Monday Minnesota will close the
home season for Michigan.
)Both of these teams will be hard
for Michigan to cope with. The Bad-
gers have already scored one win
over Mather's fighters and must win
this game, their last of the year, to
hold fifth place in the Big Ten rat-
ing. The defeat at the hands of Min
nesota was the biggest surprise of the
season for the Badgers, as that game
had been figured as an easy win for
the Madison quintet.
Karpus and Williams Stars
In the game with Wisconsin .at
Madison, which Wisconsin won 40 to
13, Karpus, playing his first game of
the year, was the individual star, scor.
ing 11 points. A night later ,Michigan
won a one point victory from Minne-
sota, 21 to .20. This victory was due,
in the main, to the general playing of
Karpusrand Williams. The Gophers
are sure to be anxious to win this.
game in order to show that the first
defeat from Michigan was a fluke.
Rea, injured in the Illinois game.
will probably be able to take the floor
at the end of the week, although early
reports indicated that he would not
be out before the Ohio State game.
This makes Michigan's offense strong-
er, as Rea showed good form on long
shots in the Illinois game.
Purdue Finishes Strong
Purdue, playing their lastgame of
the season, established a record for
the year by defeating Ohio State 63
to 25. This is by 20 points the high-
est score that has been run up by
any Conference team in the spast fiver
years. White, running guard for the
winning team, shot 11 field baskets
and 7 out of 8 foul shots, a total of.
29 points, also "a record for the past
lard's call for candidates for the
swimming team at the practice held
yesterday afternoon. A large number
of the newcomers are freshmen, two
are transfers from other schools, and
a few are sophomores and upperelass-
men who have not put in a previous
appetrance. With 10 old men on hand
the practice was one of the snappiest
of the year.
Among the new tryouts there are a
fewr whose prospects arp extremely
bright. N. R. Hanson, '23, former
member of the Oak Park high school'
swimming team, showed etceptional-
ly well inthe breast stroke, negotiat-
ing'40., yards 'In creditably fast time.
L. B. Lewy, '22, of Chicago, shows'
promise in the plunge and sprints, do-
ing particularly good work in the for-
mer. From the Syracuse university
swimming team comes L. B. Wilson,,
'22, an exponent of the crawl stroke.'1
Wilson should develop into a aluable
asset to the team. Another trans-'
fer is E. H. Cowell, '21, who-comes
to Michigan from the Unlv rsity of
Pennsylvania, and does well in the
sprints. Barry Stuart, '21, needs no1
introductibn. He is a sprinter of real
merit, and is well known about thej
campus. The only distance man to
put in appearance was H. E. Mc-
Knigblt, '23, of Ballston Spa, N. Y.
McKnight had little chance to demon-
strate what he can do; but from his
workout it is safe to say that he will,
with practice, become an excellent
Will Pick Ten
When finally picked by Coach Dru-
lard the Varsity will consiot of 10
men. These men will be awarded
white numerals, and either a jersey
or swinming suit. In the interclass
meet to be 'held in a short time, each
team will be composed of eight men,
and the winning team will be awarded
There is still room for more can-
,didates, particularly in the diving,
backstroke, and plunge. The next
regular practice will be held Sat-
urday morning at 10 o'clock at the
Y. M. C. A. New men 'n l be given
erery opportunity to demonstrate
The photographer from the Michi-
ganensian failed to appear yesterday
kfternbo'. Another time for the swim-
ming team picture will be announced
when definite arrangemnents bave been
BOXING BOARD PROPOSES NEW
RULES TO MAKE SPORT POPULAR
Boxing devotees have long deplo-
ed the objectionable features of the
game which make it so unpopular
with many people. To eradicate these
evils the army, navy, and civilian box-
ing board have proposed some tenta-
tive revisions whih, if accepted
'would undoubtdly prove a boon to
the sport. Perhaps the most interest-
ing of the new rules refers to a cham-
"Any boxer winning a championship-
under 4ie rules must defend his title
in a bona fide bout to a decision
against the best available contender
within a period of six months from
the time of winning his title, and
thereafter every six months, if a pro-
per challenger appears. Should he
fail to do this his title shall be for-
It is to be hoped that the com-
ENGINEERS WIN 2
In the first round of the interclass
basketball tourney Tuesday night the
soph engineers defeated the fresh
lits by the close score of 10 to The
game was well played throughout and,
the result was not certain until the
last minute. Fairchilds for tbc losers
and Hickey 'for the winners each scor-
ed five of their team's points.
The junior engineers defeated the
fJunior lits. The score was 13 to 6.
Reynolds and Hammond starred for
The architects ran away from the
underclass dents by a'score of 17 to
7. 'Burkhardt and Richards did stellar
work for the winners, while Daven-
port played the whole game for the
dents. He scored all of their points
and was in every play.
Four teams have been entered by
the Fresh lits. They are captained by
W. C. Crawfors, Johnson, C. C. Pie-
tro, and L. R. Quartel. Any fresh-
menwho desire to play should com-
municate with these men. Any other
classes may enter additional teams
,if they so desire.
Definite games have not yet. been
scheduled for tonight but all the
teams which are to play will be noti-
fled by the intramural office. As soon
as the first round has been played an
official schedule will be drawn up and
placed in the gym. This is impossible
now because of the' fact that all the
teams, have not yet entered.
According to the revised constitu-
tion of the intramural department,
hereafter all winning teams will be
given blue jerseys with their class
numerals. White numerals will be
awarded in all sports in whith there
is a varsity team and red numerals
in all others.I
Campus news, student doings, news
of the outside world, are all to be
Worry Your Head Off
If YOu Want To
-but if you're wise, you'll forget all
your worries after school hours.
Shake off your troubles when the whistle
blows and you shut up your desk for the
day. Come to HUSTON BROS. and play
a few games of billiards.
No game ever invented gives more pleas-
tire.-and nothing is more restful than 'an
hour or o spent over a billiard table.
Billiards and Bowling,' Cigafs
and Candies. Cigarettes ipes.
"We try to treat you Right"
today and be r
for spring w
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