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Bioxing Club To
Charles A. Hummer, '23, resigned
presidency of the Boxing club at a,
meeting of the club Thursday night
in the Union, on account of his duties
is chairman of the J-Hop committee.
Kirk -White, vice-president, will as-
sume the duties left vacant by his
There will be a meeting of the club
next Tuesday night to decide on the
new membership of the club. Those
men who have been recommended by
Coach Sullivan are to appear before the
club at this meeting and the initiation
will come on the following Thursday.
Owing to the fact that Coach Sulli-
van is in New York, very little prac-
tice is being conducted at present,
but it is thought that he will be able
to resume his coaching the latter part
of next week.
Read, Michigan Daily Ads and you
will buy wisely.-Adv.
Try a Daily Want Ad. It paps.--Adv.
MANY BIG TEN TEAMS To
GET INACTION TONIGHT
MICHIGAN AT WISCONSIN AND
LINOIS AT COLUMBUS FEA.
With tonight's games in the Big,
Ten all but one of the Conference
teams will have opened their sched-I
ules. So far Purdue, Indiana and 11-
linois have remained idle except for
pre-season tilts, but Illinois and In-
diana make their debut in Conference
circles tonight, while Purdue opens
Monday with Northwestern.
(CONSERVATION of property is as sound thrift
as putting money in the bank, or taking out an in-
surance policy. The annual property loss from de-
terioration far exceeds the loss from fire. Fire destroys
only one out of every two hundred buildings. Rust
and rot attack every building. Are you insured against
i Think of the floors that are thirsting for paint and
varnish - of the good furniture at is going to pieces
for lack of surface protection - of the windows and
doors that are warping and buckling because of the
dampness which paint would keep out - of the screens
and other metal work that are rusting away !
4Get an estimate on the painting you ought to have
done. Every day you put off painting costs you money!
41 Do you believe in thrift? Good! Back up your
belief. Do something about it. Let's get together
on the subject.
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Big Game at Madison
The biggest game tonight will be
the Wolverine-Badger clash at Madi-
son. Wisconsin has had easy pick-
ing thus far winning both games on
her card nad it is the hope of the
Wolverines to bring the men at Madi-
son down a notch.
0. S. U. will oppose the Illini in the
latter's opening game and although
the Indians have not been seen in Big
Ten act on they are not expected to
' have much trouble in disposing- of
Ohio. With "Chuck" Carney in the
lineup and aided by Walquist and Sabo
the Illinois quintet should make every
five in the Conference hustle.
Minnesota with one victory to her
credit plays Iowa for her second game.
The Iowans have a strong aggregation
and, though they were defeated by
the Badgers, should easily come
through. Minnesota does not line up-
as a dangerous championship contend-
er compared to the Iowans and in
all probability will receive abig wal-
The final game on the card tonight
is the contest between Indiana and
Northwestern. Both are mediocre
teams and the winning is prac-
tically a toss-up. The Purple has lost
its first two games while Indiana has
only a very few men left of its last
year's squad and has not yet played
any teams of importance.
On Monday night two games are
scheduled, Michigan playing the Illini
at Urbana, and Purdue opening with
Managers have been appointed fo:
the various teams in the class hock-
ey tournament? The list follows: Med-
ics, E. A. Kahn, 397; junior lits, Velde;
senior engineers, Al Cuthbert; soph
Tits, Masters, 2384-M; senior lits,
Moulthrop, 63; fresh lits, Vreeland,
1755-W; junior engineers, Iland, 1460;
soph engineers, Piggott, 1612-W; fresh
engineers, W. Webb, 374; laws, Cary,
1855; Dents, Thompson; architects,
Patronize our AdvrtitrR.--Advu
Cold Weather Puts Ice in Shape as
Wolverine Squad Develops
COLLEGE OF MINES"TO BE
MET AT .HOUGHTON FRIDAY
Aided by the cold turn of the
weather which has sent the mercury
column far below the freezing mark,
Michigan's hockey aspirantstare en-
joying daily workouts at the col-
seum. These regular practices, which
were impossible during the mild
weather and upward rise of the ther-
mometer following the boledays, have
proven extremely beneficial to the
squad which is rapidly rounding into
4condition and developing team work
that was absent in the play with M.
A. C., last Wednesday when the Ag-
gies opened the season by losing to
Captain MacDuff's men, five to one.
90 Men Out
Thirty men are now reporting to
Coach Anderson, who is extremely
optimistic over the outlook for a
highly successful year. For an in-
formal sport, hockey is receiving a
wide amount of attention not only
from the members of the squad, but
also from the campus at large. Last
Wednesday the coliseum held the larg-
est crowd that has ever turned out to
a hockey match at Michigan. New-
comers have strengthened the squad
this year and among these new men
who are showing particular promise
are Steketee, of football fame, and
Sanregret. These men together with
the veterans from previous seasons
the Wolverines should be able to form
a combination hard to beat.
Support from the Athletic associa-
tion has given the ice sport financial
backing which will carry the team
through one of the most ambitious
schedules ever attempted by any infor-
mal sport at Michigan. Games will be
nlayed with the Michigan College of
Mines, Notre Dame, M. A. C., and sev-
eral Detroit teams.
Next week the team journeys to
Houghton to play the Michigan Col-
lege of Mines two games on Thursday
and Friday. - The team will be in bet-
ter shape this year than last, and is
expected to-give the boys from the ice
country a harder scrap than they did
last year, when the two teams broke
Monarchs Cancel Game
A game with the Windsor Mon-
archs had been scheduled for this
evening, but the Monarchs found it
necessary to cancel. The Windsor ag-
gregation, outside of the Highland
Park Paint and Glass team, is the
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