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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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BASKETBALL TEAM LEAVES TONIHT
FOR CINC1NA4TI AND CASE GAMESl

Mathers Men
From

Look For Opposition
Southern Ohio
Team

WISCONSIN, IOWA, PURDUE,
STRONG IN BIG TEN CIRCLES
Coach Mather and nine members of
the Varsity basketball team leave for
Cincinnati tonight where they will en-!
gage the speedy University of Cincin-
nati court team Friday night in the
first game of the season away fron
home. From Cincinnati the Wolver-
ines travel to Cleveland where they,
meet the basketeers from Case Sci-
entific school on Saturday night.
Mather has his men drilled for a stiff
encounter with the Cincinnati five as
the Wolverines are not underestimat-
ng the strength of a team which al-
ready holds a victory over Ohio State.
The Scientists are not expected "to
furnish as formidable opposition as
the Cincinnatians but the two gama
should put the Wolverine five on edge
for the games that are to be played
during the Christmas holidays with
Carnegie Tech.
Team Disbands
After the Case contest the Varsity
will disband until Dec. 26, when the
men will return to Ann Arbor for in-
tensive practice preparatory to enter-
taining the Carnegie Tech. five in con-
tests at Waterman gymnasium, Dec. 30
tnd 31. M. A. C. will be the first op
ponent after the holidays to meet the
Wolverines. The. Aggie five will en
gage the Varsity on Friday, Jan. 6,
while Ohio State will furnish the op-.
position the following Monday, Jar
9, and Chicago on the following night
Three Teams Strong
Three teams in the Conference stand
out particularly strong with almost
complete veteran lineups. Wisconsin,
Iowa, and Purdue all have court
squads which suffered little from the
loss of stars through graduation. Wis-
consin and Purdue were the two teams
which ended the -season last year in
a. triple tie with Michigan for first
honors. The Badgers opened their
season last Saturday with the Mich-
igan Aggies and showed decided pos-
sibilities for a strong Conference team
by overwhelming the Farmers, 27 to
13. Most of the cogs of last year's five
worked in good form against the Green
and White. Caesar and Taylor at
forwards with Williams and Tebell at
guards were the veteran members of
the squad who appeared in action with
Personal Greeting Cards. Excellent
assortment at Wahr's Bookstores. -
Adv.

the Aggies. Gibson and Johnson, new-
comers on the squad, alternated at
center. Purdue also has four veterans,
including its two All-Conference
guards, White and Miller, while Iowa
retains five experienced men.,
Wolverines Promising
Michigan's team has shown great
possibilities and the games against
Carnegie Tech. should give Mather's
team the kind of opposition necessary
to condition them for the Conference
race. From present appearances it
looks as if no one of the Big Ten
teams will stand out pre-eminently
above the rest and that the teams in
both the first and second divisions will
again be bunched together after the
play begins.
HARVARD BREAKS EVEN IN
COURT AND HOCKEY GAMES
Harvard defeated Bates 29-19 last
Friday evening, in a ragged basketball
game. The Crimson held Bates score-
less during the first half, but loosened
up in the second. The Crimson hockey
team was beaten in the afternoon in a
stiff game with M. I. T. The score
was 1-0.

Sport Clippings
In its first combat of the season,
the University of Chicago basketball
team snowed under the First field
artillery, 41 to 15. Coach Norgren's
short pass combination was shown
for the first time. The team work was
a bit ragged but the men have been
practicing for only a week. The Mid-
way fives in past years have been ad-
herents of the long passing and long
shot game. The old system as taught
the Maroons by their former coach,
"Pat" Page, worked with great suc-
cess against the Conference teams but
since Page's departure the Midway
court squad has failed to exhibit its

former power. With the short pass-
ing game, the Maroons may again be
formidable contenders.
Captain Halladay, Stahr, Romney,
and McGuire, all played strong games.
Halladay and McGuire were the only
Chicago regulars from last year's
team.
Many Chicago track candidates are
pounding the track in Bartlett gymna-
sium under the experienced eye of
Coach A. A. Stagg and his assistant,
Tom Eck. The fact that the Maroon
team has been invited to Japan next
summer is expected to bring out a
flock of new men.
Patronize our Advertisers.-Adv.

Handball Tournament Finals Today
Finals in the handball tournament
will be staged today between Gehring
and Scarnechia, to determine the cam-
pus champion. Gehring, 1921 cham-
pion, defeated Ogdon in the semi-fin-
als, three straight sets 21-2, 21-17, 21-
8. Scarnechia also defeated Segall in
the semi-fSanls thereby winning a clear
title to play Gehring in the final game.
Many former cup winners had engaged
in the tournament but the schedule
was so arranged that all of them with
the exception of Gehring were elinin-
ated before the semi-finals. Excite-
ment promises to run high when these
two men meet this afternoon to de-
termine the champion.

LEAGUE ASKS GIRLS TO BUY
NEMBER89IP FOR SAS UIT9
"Buy a League membership with
your Christmas money" is the plea ad-
vanced by the Women's league life
Membership committee of which Su-
san Fitch, 124, is chairman. All Uni-
versity women are urged to invest any
Christmas gifts of money in a life
membership in the league thus per-
petuating the gift for years to come.
Pledges may be made now to be paid
after vacation and Liberty bonds will
be accepted at par.
Buy your class toques from Daily
advertisers.-Adv.
Patronize our Advertisers.-Adv.

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