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12, 1922

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

CHICAGO TRACK TEAM
MAKES TRIP. TO, JAPAN!
MAROON COACH CONFIDENT THAT
bQUAD WILL BEI 1 BArE
(By Associated Press)
Chicago, J a .ui.-vhe University
of Unicago tract team, wicn will go
to Japan this spring, while tar beLLtr
than tne team o Loi, neeus mwn
practice.
Tne outstanding star of the team is
Captain ttunion,'winner of te 'U" in
fooLOail, wno wil be a pont winner
in te snotput. 'ne nurdiers rate next
in their aoiaity to win pointi wih
briclman, Jones and hass. A number
of new sprinters are jogging iaiiy and
one of these may prove the man te
Maroon team aggregation has stood in
need of for a number of years.
Among the available sprinters are
Pyott, Bates, Brickman and Jones.
The last two with Hass, also are trying
the broad jumps. Brickman, Swett,
Roberts, Carter and Shorey, half mil
era, have been practicing for the relay.
Tom Eck, assistant director of ath-
letics and coach of the track teams,
believes that the material he has will
whip into fine shape before the dash
across the Pacific. A number of the
veterans, while in school, have not as
yet turned out. Upon their coming,
the teah will be notably improved, the
critics believe.
Intramul-W Items
Entries are now open in the intra-
mural office for the interfraternity
swimming meet, the preliminaries of
which will be held at 3:30 o'clock, on
Tuesday, and the finals at 7:30
o'clock on Thursday, Jan. 19. The
events will consist of the 40, 100, and,
220 yard free style swims, the 60 yard
back stroke, 60 yard breast stroke,
plunge for distance, fancy diving, and
four man relay. All winners of the
Varsity monogram are barred from
competition, as well as those making
up the present Varsity squad.
The basketball schedule for tonight
is as follows: at 6:15 o'clock: Lamb-
da Chi Alpha vs. Phi Delta Theta, Phi
Kappa Sigma vs. Phi Kappa Psi, Sigma
Alpha Epsilon vs. Theta Chi; at 7
o'clock: Delta Tau Delta vs. Delta
Upsilon, Alpha Sigma Phi vs. Alpha
Tau Omega, Sigma Nu vs. Phi Sigma
Delta; at 9:30 o'clock: Chi Phi vs.
Alpha Chi Rho, Phi Sigma Kappa vs.
Delta Sigma Phi, Kappa Nu vs. Psi Up-
silon, Sigma Chi vs. Zeta Psi.
Officials for tonight are as follows:
at 6;15 o'clock: R. W. Smith, Ohl-
macher, Cooper; at 7 o'clock: R. W.
Smith, Ohlmacher, Cooper ;at 9:30
o'clock: Ohlmacher, Weitzel, Landre,
Andrus.
Games in the Society league Friday
night are as follows: at 6:45 o'clock:
-Omicron vs. Trojan, Grand Rapids vs.
Michigan Union, Kentucky vs. De-
troit, Craftsmen vs. Forestry; at 8:15
o'clock: Architectural - vs. Cutting,
Hulberths vs. Skull and Bones; at 9

o'clock: Bayonne vs. Eagles, Pyramid
vs. Western.
Church league games Friday night
are as follows: at 7 o'clock: Luther-
an vs. Unitarian, Methodist vs. Bap-
tist, Episcopal vs. Broadway Metho-
dist, Congregational vs. Presbyterian.
Swimming Team
Preparing jt1'or
11ard schedule
With the re-opening of the Y. M.
C. A. pool Tuesday, Captain Babcocs
Wolverine tang artists busied them-
seves once inure in preparation for te
stiff 5.:hitue wiiin will race them
blioudltee plans of the Intramua
uepartniet in regard to meets with
suers eastern universities as Syracuse
and Pittsburgh be carried out.
Word has ubeen sent to both institu-
tions requesting meets on March 2
and 10, respectively, in accord with
wishes previously stated by their
swimming managers. The University
of Cincinnati, which was overwhelm-
Ied by the Maize and Blue last year by
fa 55 to 13 count, is hungry for more,
IIand hopes to arrange an encounter
during the coming season. The Queen
City tank men have expressed a pre-
ference for a meet at Ann Arbor, but
in case this cannot be arranged have
stated a willingness to entertain the
Maize and Blue again this year.
News comes from M. A. C. that the
Aggie aquatic squad is working hard
Bits of Sport
Harvard university will invite the
Intercollegiate Association of Amateur
Athletes of American to hold it an-
nual championship track and field
games at the Harvard stadium again
next May, was the statement made by
Payson Rowe, undergraduate manager
of the Crimson track team, in connec-
tion with the report that the Univer-
sity of Pennsylvania probably would
not be in a position to stage the meet-
ing this year because of repairs to
Franklin field.
The suggestion that these annual
games be held on a middle west field
found favor with Harvard authorities,
but it was said that Harvard would
offer its facilities again and let the
association decide whether it wished
to change the games from east to west
this year.
Northwestern university's wrestling
team will grapple with the Chicago
mat squad Saturday at Bartlett gym-
nasium. Hack Hathaway, veteran mat
artist in the 158 pound class, is ex-
pected to be on the team Saturday.
Ray Myers, 125 pound Conference
champion last year; Art Geness, 155
pounder; and Henry Penfield, heavy-
weight, are the leading wrestlers on
the Purple squad.
Ohio State has suggested that bowl-
ing by telegraph be instigated between
the Big Ten schools. They also sug-
gest that the results of interfraternity
bowling be exchanged by wire. Illin-
ois has signified her willingness to try
the scheme.

in preparation for the big event of
their season, the meet with Michigan
on Feb. 15. The Farmers, in their first
year at the swimming game, have
rounded an excellent aggregation into
shape under the guidance of Coach
Flynn, former star of the University
of California and the San Francisco
Olympic club. M. A. C., by hiring an
excellent coach for her team, has tak-
en a big step in the hope of overcom-
ing the experienced, 1ut coachless
Wolverine outfit.
Things look bright for the Maize and
Blue nevertheless. Captain Babcockl
is having a hard fight to maintain an
assured place on the squad, with such
competition in the breast stroke as is }
furnished by Hanson, Aldrich, Gleason
and Frost, the latter a newcomer who!
reported yesterday for the first time.
Frost showed excellent stuff in his
preliminary workout and should be
able to make the best of them step to
hold their positions secure.
Good news has also been heard
from G. Warren Hyde, '23M, who was
forced to resign this year's captaincy
because of his work in the Medical
school. Hyde is expected to report
for practice late in February, and to
be in shape for the two proposed big
meets with Syracuse and Pittsburgh.
Valentine is fast becoming the most
proficient short distance than on the
squad, but such men as Smith, Searle,
NOTICE TO FRATERNITIES
All fraternities who do not
want to run the same house pic-
tuer in the 1922 Michiganenstan
that they ran last year must get
a new picture into the Michigan-
ensian office by the end of this
week, Friday, Jan. 13. All new
I fraternities must also get the
picture of their house into the of-
I fice by the above date. No ex-
I tension of time will be made.
This notice is final.

and Ullmann are of the sort who will
offer the hottest sort of competition.
Ullmann is also showing well in the
longer distances, in wnich he bids fair
to become a running mate to Hubbard,
who is recognized as one of the best
distance men in the middle west .
Koch, a veteran plunger who was a
member of the first informal team two
years ago, has again reported for prac-
tice, and with Kearns, should make up
the duo of men in the distance dive
unless some candidae more promising
puts in an appearance in the near
future.

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