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Y, DECEMBER 7, 1921

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SWIMMIN6 TEAM.
BOOKS NEW MEITS
Syracuse to Appear on Tank Schedule
With Contest Taking Place in
Orange Pool
TENTATIVE ARRANGEMENTS
MADE WITH OTHER SCHOOLS
Three years' hopes of the Varsity
swimming team for an Eastern meet
have at last been realized in the sched-
uling of Syracuse University of Syra-
cuse, New York. The Orange boasts
one of the strongest tank aggregations
of the East, and will be met either on
Feb. 8 or March 2. The former date
is preferable provided final examina-
tions will not interfere.
M. A. C. on Schedule
Two further meets for the tank
squad have been announced by the
Intramural department. 'The most
important of these is the event with
the Michigan Agricultural college
squad on Feb. 18. The other is to be
with Detroit Junior college, but has
not yet been definitely arrangedT.
Under the coaching of Southard T.
Flynn, former star of the University
of California and the San Francisco
Olympic club, the Aggies are round-
ing an excellent squad into shape and
are expected to make the Wolverines
go the limit to win. They have a par-
ticularly strong list of dash men, but
with such- swimmers as Valentine,
;Hyde, and Ullmann to represent the
Maize and Blue, the local aggregation
should be anything but weak.
Two Events Not on Syracuse List
Syracuse does not number either
the breast stroke or back stroke
among its list of events. This fact
weakens the Wolverine chances con-
siderably as Babcock and Hanson, in
the former, and Hubbard and Hyde in
the latter are rated among the best in
this section of the country. Michigan's
free style men, however, are the best.
In the 220, Hubbard, Searle and Bab-
cock ar excellent swimmers and are
counted on to bring victory. Michigan
is weak in the plunge, but Kearns,

the only good man, makes the length
of the pool regularly and in good time,
while in the fancy dive the Wolverines
count White and Mildner as leaders.
The tentative swimming schedule
for the year is as follows: Feb. 8,
Syracuse at Syracuse; Feb. 18, M. A.
C. at East Lansing; Feb. 25, Cleveland
Central Y. M. C. A. at Cleveland; De-
troit Junior college, no date arranged.
There are also possiblities of meets
with the Detroit Athleic club, De Pauw
university, University of Cincinnati,
and the Cincinnati Athletic club.
These aggregations have not yet been
heard from.
Meeting Tonight
An important meeting of the swim-
ming team is scheduled for 7:15
'o'clock tonight at the Union. G. War-
ren Hyde, '25M, elected captain last
year, has resigned because of the fact
that his studies in the Medical school
prevent him from devoting sufficient
time to swimming. His successor is
to be elected Ptonight. In addition,
plans for the season will be discuss-
ed at length.

CLASS MANAGERS, NOTICE
All class athletic managers
should report to the Intramural
office at once for instructions re-
garding the interclass basketball
and bowling schedules.
"Michigan-A School for Ministers,"
will surprise you in Christmas Chimes.
-Adv.

Midget to Speak to Church Women
Miss May Constul, of Adrian, popu-

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larly known as the midget, will give
a number of readings at the meeting
of the Young Women's auxiliary of the
Methodist church which is to be held

"A Fool There Was," prize short
story in Chimes contest will appear in
Christmas Chimes.-Adv.
"Thank God for the Fire," by E.
Mortimer Shuter in Christmas Chimes.
--Adv.

GARRICK N't. *
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The Smart Musical Comedy
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tomorrow night at the home of Miss
Frances Hayes, 415 East Jefferson
street. Although 40 years old Miss
Constul is ony three feet tall. She has
earned quite a reputation as an en-
tertainer all over the state.

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FOR. ONE SOLID WEEK A Hu mu k
BEGINNING SUNDAY

The results in the handball tourney
so far are as follows: Greene defeated
W. Schwartz 3-0, the result of the
games being 21-2, 21-3, 21-1; Ogdon
beat Carr 3-0, games 21-14, 21-7, 21-4;
W. Gehring won from J. Smith 3-2,
games 21-19, 21-16, 21-15, 18-21, 17-21;
Rosenman beat Guenther 320, games
21-8, 21-10, 21-13; Scarnechia defeated
Bowers 3-0, the the games being 21-
18, 21-15, 21-16. The tournament must
be finished before the Christmas holi-
days.
Gargoyle Staff Xeets Today
There will be a meeting of the staff
members and tryouts for the Gargoyle
at 5 o'clock today in the Press build-
ing. New men desiring to tryout for
the Gargoyle are asked to attend this
meeting, at which plans for the Jan-
uary issue will be discussed.
In, 1909 the freshman football team
defeated the M. A. C. freshmen by two
field goals.

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