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February 23, 1922 - Image 5

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DEAR END

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ERIE AN
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Having defeated the M. A. C. tank
men, the Varsity, swimming team is
looking forward to its next meet,
which will be with the Erie Y. M. C.
A. at Eriq, Pa., on Feb. 24. The team
expectsrto meet with strong opposi-
tion in this meet but is hopeful of
bringing home the bacon. The fol-
lowing day the team will meet the
strong Cleveland Y. M. C. A. aggrega-
tion at Cleveland.
Hubbard in Distance
In the Erie meet Hubbard and Ull-
man will take part in the long dis-
tance races. Hubbard is depended up-
on to win most of the points for the
team at this meet. Valentine and
Smith will take part in the dashes.
Valentine will also try at the back
stroke. Babcock, captain of the team,
and Aldrich will represent Michigan
in the breast stroke. "Bus" White
is expected to capture first place in
diving, while Kearns will most likely)
show up well in the plunges.
The team at present is handicapped
by the lack of a coach. Jack Gow is
acting as unofficial coach and is giv-
ing most of his spare time to the
team. This together with the need for
a pool of their own has made it rough'
going for the tank men this season.'
They are looking to the completion of
the Unjon swimming pool.
Four Meets Left
The remainder of the schedule for
the season is as follows: Feb. 24, Erie
Y. M. C. A. at Erie. Feb. 25, Cleve-
land Y. M. C. A. at Cleveland; March
4, Cincinnati University at Ann Ar-
bor; March 10, University of Pittsburg
at Pittsburg.
YOST ISSUES CALL
FOR FOOTBALL MEN
Coach Fielding H. Yost, has issued
the call for spring football candidates
to report toIay in room 10, Tappan
hall. Coach Yost will supervise the
work throughout ,the, entire spring for
the first time in a number of years. A
new method will also be employedj
this year as the theory and practice of
football will be combined. There will
be a series of lectures every Tuesday
and Thursday*at 3 o'clock in room 10,
Tappan hall. These lectures will con-j
tinue until the spring recess in April
and will cover practically all of the
theoretical part of football. After the
vac tion, the prospective Varsity can-
dida~es will be put, into practice on,
Ferry field and undergo intensive
training so that they may be better
fitted uwhen the opening announcement
is made this fall.
This program follows the curriculum
of the four year athletic course which
is to be given at Michigan and students
electing it will be given credit toward
this degree.

Coach Fisher's freshman basketball
proteges have been undergoing stiff
practice for the past two months, and
but two weeks remain before the close
of their basketball season, Nearly 200
candidates reported for practice at the
opening call in December and of this
number 20 remain on the squad. The
tall rangy men that so typified the
freshman squad of 1921 are noticeably
absent in this year's team but in spite
of this fact Coach Fisher has developed
a reliable bunch of players.r
The value of criss-crossing and the
use of the double pass have been
strongly emphasized by the coach in
his program of training. These plays
are slightly different than most of the
players have been accustomed to be-
fore and because of this fact, are
stressed more. The five man defense
formation is also used to. advantage
and the scrimmages are marked by the
close guarding; of both sides. Most of
the plays that are used and the method
of passing are somewhat like that em-
ployed by the Varsity so effectively.
The season will close about the time
that the Varsity completes its sched-
ule and Coach Fisher. is kept busy
rushing- the men through practice
scrimmages and formations before the
final practice.
Sophomores Plan Mixier for Saturday
Sophomore lits will hold a mixer at
2:30 o'clock Saturday afternoon in the
Union ball room. Tickets can be se-
cured from class members or at the
main desk at the Union for 50 cents.
Music will be furnished by Rhodes'
orchestra.
You'll find many bargains when you
read Michigan Daily Ads.-Adv.
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I1UM L UAINb ILAM
IN MEET WITH nAm..C
COACH SULLIVAN STRESSES NEED
OF PERFECT PHYSICAL
CONDITION
Definite arrangements are being
made for a meet between an inpromptu
boxing team of the Univeristy of Mich-
igan and the team representing the
Detroit Athletic club, which will be
held March 10, at the D. A. C.
Coaches Sullivan of Michigan,' and
Hammond of the D. A. C., have agreed
upon the following weights: 115 lbs.,
125 lbs., 130 lbs., 133 lbs., 158 lbs., 160
lbs., and 175 lbs. No definite selections
of men to represent Michigan have as
yet been announced but the material
on hand looks promising though not
over abundant.' Ten ounce gloves will
be used 'and each bout will be compos-
ed of three two minute rounds with a
minute between each round.
Coach Sullivan stresses the need for

top-notch condition of the boxers and
advises road work and rope-skipping
as the best means of rounding into
shape. He also says that boxing is a
sport in which the participant has no
control over his stamina. The knowl-
edge of the game is of no avail after
a man is given one or two,well deliv-
ered punches and begins to' feel
groggy. The coach would rather have
a man with mediocre knowledge of the
sport but in good condition than a
clever man in poor condition because
the latter would have his hands full to
get a decision. Another reason why
the men should train well is the fact
that boxing is a comparatively new
sport at Michigan while it has been
sponsored at D. A. C., for many years.
The coaches of both teams have
agreed that no man will be allowed to
enter the ring unless he is in perfect
condition, thus eliminating all chance
for serious accident.
Michigan defeated Chicago in foot-
ball, at Toledo, 18-10, Saturday, Nov.
12, 1892.
Read Michigan Daily Ads and you
will buy wisely.-Ad.

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SHOWING AT REGULAR
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Matinees 25c
Evenings 35c
Lower Floor and Balcony
Kiddies 10c-Always
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WANTED
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ney Spring Vacation? I have sev-
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y that worked about 15.hours last
ik and made from $20 to $30. Come
and look our proposition over. Mr.
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portunityfor the remainder of
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TED-Bundle and family wash-
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hand work. Work called for and
ivered. Draper Home Laundry.
ne 2806-M. 632 So. Ashley St.
101-3
TED-Five students as salesmen
*ing spare hours. Phoner2444J
Thursday, 12:30 to -2 or -7 to
0. 102
FOR SA LE
SALE-1921 Ford Touring car,
tctically new. Bargain to early
rer. Phone 283-W or call 506 E.
erty. 99-4
MISCELLANEOUS

FOR ENT
FOR RENT-Excellent suite with run-
ning water, steam heat and fire
place. One short block from campus
in best section. Also one single
room. 804 Monroe St. 100-3
FOR RENT-One front room for one
or two men. 110 N. Thayer. Phone
2583-R. 101-3
FOR RENT- Splendid single room.
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three large pearls. Was picked up
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ward. 101-2
MISCELLANEOUS
IF YOU ARE looking for a good money
propostion for summer why not try
the brush game? Spring Vacation
would be a good time to see if you
like the work. Several students
made nine dollars Saturday on their
first trip in the field. See Mr. Lead-
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600-M. 100-21
ARE YOU satisfied with your meals?
Try Flynn's Boarding House at 607
Hill St. Everybody satisfied. It's
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Saturday
night

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Playhouse
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