THE MICHIGAN DAILY
WMNflSAYECEMBER 7, 191
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BASKETBALL SQUAD INI
SECRET TUSSLE TONIGHT
Coach Mather's Varsity basketball
squad will meet its first outside op-'
position tonight when it takes on Yp-
silanti Normal in a 'closed game at
Waterman gymnasium. This game is
not on the season tickets sold by the
Athleic association and the public will
not be admitted.
The real opening of the season comes
Friday night when the Wolverines play
Western State Normal at Waterman
gymnasium. Following this game,
there will be another practice game,
the opponents being the Albion five.
Coach Mather plans to start the sea=
son using Miller and Reason on the
forward positions, Ely at center and
Cappon and Captain Rea on tke
guards, holding Whitlock in reserve.
This is the probable lineup which will
face Ypsilanti tonight.
Makielski Painting Wins Award
At the eighth annual show of Mich-
igan artists under the auspices of the
Detroit Scarab club, third prize was
awarded to Prof. Leon A. Makielski, of
the architectural college, for a canvas
entitled "Spring." The canvas is one
of four entered by Professor Makiel-
ski in the show, all of which were
The prize winning short story ap-
pears in Christmas Chimes.-Adv.
Patronize our AdvertIsers.-Adv.
Owing to the large number of en-
tries in the interfraternity bowling
tournament, the Intramural depart.
ment, in conjunction with the bowling
committee of the Union, has decided
to depart from the custom of the past
and, instead of picking the high eight
teams for the second qualifying round,
to select the high 16. These teams
will roll once more and the four high-
est will be picked to bowl in elimina-
The schedule for tonight is as fol-
lows: at 7 o'clock, Chi Phi, Sinfonia,
Theta Delta Chi, and Alpha Chi Rho;
at 9 o'clock, Kappa Nu and Hermit-
The first eight of the high 16 will
bowl on Thursday night and will be
notified by telephone on Thursday.
Basketball league results in Mon-
day's games are as follows: Alpha
Kappa Kappa def. Phi Chi, 8-5; Phi
Rho Sigma def. Alpha Sigma, 10-7;
Phi Alpha Gamma def. Pi Upsilon
Rho, 6-2; Phi Kappa Psi def. Kappa
Sigma, 8-7; Lambda Chi Alpha def.
Phi Kappa Sigma, 17-3; Sigma Alpha
Epsilon def. Phi Delta Theta, 5-4; Al-
pha Sigma Phi def. Kappa Beta Psi,
11-0; Phi Sigma Delta def. Alpha Tau
Omega, 12-0; Sigra Nadef. Delta Up-
The schedule for tonight is as fol-
lows: 6:15 o'clock, Law and Dent
league; on court 1, Delta Sigma Deltal
vs. Psi Omega; on court 2, Delta The-
ta Phi vs. Sigma Delta Kappa; on
court 3, Gamma Eta Gamma vs. Xi
Psi Phi. At 7 o'clock, House Club
league; on court 1, Cacique vs. Mo-
non; on court 2, Cygnus vs. Phylon; on
court 3, Deltasig vs. Trigon. At 9:30
o'clock, Medic league; on court 1, Nu
Sigma Nu vs. Phi Alpha Gamma; on
court 2, Pi Upsilon Rho vs. Alpha
Sigma; on court 3, Phi Rho Sigma vs.
Alpha Kappa Kappa.
"The Land of Linament and Band-
ages," an interesting story about Billy
Fallon in Chimes this month.-Adv.
Thirty Freshmen Left On Yearling
Court Squad Follolving Early Cuts
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After six weeks of practice, Coach
Fisher, of the freshman basketball
team, has been able to cut his list of
candidates from 130 to a squad which
now numbers less than 30. These men
are the pick of the field and accord-
ing to Fisher are a likely looking
bunch of Varsity material.
The men, who have been working
five nights each week for some time,
have now been divided into two
groups. One group will practice on
Monday, Wednesday, and Friday
nights while the other will workout
Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday
nights. In this way Coach Fisher
hopes to be able to give more indi-
vidual attention to the men. Several
will be added to the squad after the
Christifias holidays. They were mem-
bers of the freshman football squad.
Fisher Plans Games
Fisher plans to play several games
with the fraternity teams now being
formed and also with the Varsity re-
serves. In all probability the fresh-
men will be scrimmaged against the
Varsity later in the season.
This year's squad contains several
men of promise, notably Haggerty,
Gregory, Martin, and Slaughter. The
first two are forwards and the other
two guards. On the forward positions
Fisher has several men beside the two
mentioned who are also doing good
work. Gowan and Beukema are fast
and can be counted on to give Hag-
gerty and Gregory some real opposi-
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Rugged Men for Center
The center job has not brought forth
any outstanding star but in Emery,
McFarland, Vyn, and Hadley the
coach has big rangy men who should
develop into real talent. At present
McFarland seems to have the edge but
the other men are pressing him hard.
For the two defense positions Fih-
er has a number of fast men. Beside
Martin and Slaughter there are Steg-
meier, Kressbach, and Ankli who are
attracting attention. Slaughter is a
big fellow who was given the center
position on the All-state football team
last year. Martin .is a soutkerner,
hailing from Charleston, West Va.
Other men who are helping keep the
race hot are Landre, Yutzy, Roberts
1921 ILLINI TEAM BEST
IN TEN YEARS -UPPKE
(By Associated Press)
Urbana, 111., Dec. 5. - Although Il-
linois won but one Western Confer-
ence football game during the 1921
season, Coach Bob Zuppke declares
this year's team was the greatest he
has had in his nearly 10 years' coach-
ing at the university.
"I don't care what people think,"
Zuppke says, in his characteristically
vigorous way, "I consider this year's
team my greatest because it has taught
me that I can stand hard bumps."
Starting the season with a 14-2 de-
feat at the hands of Iowa, "Big Ten"
champions, Illinois successively went
down before Wisconsin, Michigan and
Chicago. Then came the upset. The
Illini had showed steady Improve-
ment all through the season but were
never quite strong enough to best
their opponents, although Michigan
won by a lone drop kick from Steke-
In the last game of the season, at
Columbus, Illinois took Ohio State in
to camp, 7 to. 0, and earned the praise
of football followers all over the coun-
"Whatever the defeats of the sea-
son may have been," said George Huff,
director of athletics, afterward, "this
year's team has fixed the name
'Fighting Illini' on Illinois football
Zuppke lauded the spirit of a team
which could adminster defeat to an
eleven which had beaten the strongest
teams in the country, teams which
had pre$ ously defeated Illinois.
"At Ohio I said 'Only eleven men
will play - only a dead man comes
off that field, and he would be
ashamed to,'" the little coach de-
And only eleven men/ did play -
but that was enough to beat Ohio.
INDIANAPOLIS CLUB TO MEET
TONIGHT TO PLAN FOR OPERA
Students from Indianapolis will
meet in the Union at 7 o'clock this
evening to make arrangements for
boosting "Make It For Two", which
will play at the Shubert-Murat thea-
ter in that city on Tuesday evening,
Dec. 20. This is the first time a Union
opera has gone to Indianapolis, and
alumni of the University there are
anxious to secure the co-operation of
students in helping make the appear-
ance a success. Dr. Victor Jose, 13M,
is chairman of the alumni committee
in charge of the event.
I SWIMMING NOTICE
There will be an important
Imeeting of all swimming cand-
dates at 7:15 o'clock tonight in
room 323 of the Union. It is es-
sential that all members of last
year's team and tryouts be on
hand as matters of importance
relative to plans for the present
season are to be discussed.
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