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-I INTRAMURAL NOTICE
Assistant intramural manag-
ers Jerome, Cramer, Benjamin,
Preston, Merner, and Arner meet
at the Press bui'ding today
( at 3:30 o'clock for staff picture. I
Assistant managers' sweaters
will be worn.
Detroit Central Alumni Dance, Fri-
day, February 3. Hotel Statler. In-
formal.-Adv.
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AURITY DEVIEREMANS"
AT 16WA AS GRID COACH
Iowa City, Ia., Jan. 26.-Aubrey De-
ine, All-American quarterback and
captain of the 1921 University of Iowa
football team which won the "Big
Ten" championship, will coach at
Iowa next year. He will have charge
of freshman football and will assist in
coaching the 'Varsity basketball and
track squads.
Aubrey's decision to remain at
Iowa climaxes a series of approaches
from other institutions which were
anxious to obtain his services. The
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University of South Dakota was first
to come forward with a propositionrto
Aubrey. Creighton advanced a ten-
tative offer and the University ol Min-
nesota likewise broached the subject.
While coaching at Iowa, Devine will
continue his studies in the univer-
sity's college of law, where he has
two years more of work before he will
receive his degree. It is the hope of.
Iowa authorities to attach him as a
permanent member of the coaching
staff when he has completed his uni-
versity course.
Devine is without question one of
the greatest athletes ever turned out
at the Hawkeye institution. He seems
certain to win nine letters in atheltic
competition, having already won sev-
en, with the eighth in sight, and noth-
ing but a broken leg or other accident
to keep him from the ninth.

Results of Church league:
Won
Methodists............4
Episcopals .............3
Presbyterians ..........1
Baptists ..............0
Broadway Methodists ....0

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Intramural Items
Class Bowling
Junior lits defeated junior engineers
in bowing yesterday, 2551 to 2360.
Earle E. Misler, '23E, had the high
average of 186 points, while R. H.
Moore, '23, bowled the high game of
201.

'ENSIAW PHOTOS
Group photographs of campus
organizations and classes for the
1922 Michiganensian must be
taken during the month of Jan-
uary. Sittings should be ar-
ranged at. once.

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Monday are: Sigma Nu defeated Al-
pha Sigma Phi, 22 to 6; Detroiters de-
feated M.chigan Union, 20 to 4; Meth-
odists defeated Presbyterians, 25 t9
11.
Elimination series of fraternity.
league leaders and the finals in the So-
ciety league will take place immediate-
ly after the second semester begins.
Inasmuch as every Fraternity league
has produced two good teams, Director
Mitchell has decided to allow the two
leading teams from each legue to en-
ter the final elimination series. This
will mean that 16 teams will engage
in the elimination series.
Class basketball will start with the
second semester. As many teams as
desired may be entered from each
class, although players may not be in-
terchanged among teams. Entries are
now open at the Intramural office.'
Inidependent Basketball Leauge
With the close of the fraternity bas-,
ketball league, Director Mitchell has
decided to organize a similar one for
non-fraternity men who have previous-
ly had no chance to play. Any inde-
pendent may organize a basketball
team and enter the league provided the
menare all non-fraternity men. Each
team will be limited to an eligibility
list of ten men, who can be substituted
during the season and who may\not be
interchanged from one team to an-
other.
It is hoped that independents will
take advantage of this opportunity to
play. Inasmuch as a regular league
schedule will be arranged so that each
team will play six or seven games.
Suitable awards -will be given to win-
ning teams. Entries are now open at
the Intramural office and' it. is hoped
to have three or four .eight-team-
leagues organized by the time the sec-
ond semetser begins.,
Interfraterglty Hockey Scores
Zeta Psi defeated Alpha Tau Omega.
by forfeit, Alpha Delta Phi defeated
Phi Mu Alpha 4 to 0 Delta Theta Phi
defeated Delta Tau Delta, 9 to 1.
Class Hockey Scores
Soph lits defeated junior lits, 4 to
3; fresh lits defeated senior lits, 3 to 1.

DETROIT BASEBALL CLUB
SIGNS 'UP 33 PLAYERS
Detroit, Jan. 26.-Thirty-three play-
ers have been lined up for the 1922
campaign by the Detroit Tigers, ac-
cording to an announcement from
club headquarters. The list includes
13 pitchers, 11 infielders, 5 outfield-
ers, and 4 catchers.
Fourteen of them properly may be
classd as recruits, although some of
these previously h'ave appeared in
Detroit uniforms, or had their major
league baptism elsewhere.
The others--with the exception of
George Cutshaw, the National league
veteran, are all familiar to local fan-
dom.
The pre-season pitching staff shows
8 right handers, and 5 portsiders;
George Dauss, Howard Ehmke, Carl
Holling, Arthur Olsen, L. E. Stoner,
Sylvester Johnson, Herman Tillette,
and Alfred Kroog are the star board
flingrs, and the lefthanders are Bert
Cole, 0. F. Johns, H. B. Leonard, Wal-
ter C. Stewart, and John C. Oldham.
One New Catcher
R. H. Spencer, of Raleigh, N. C., is
the lone addition to the catching staff,
John Bassler, Clyde Manion and Lar-
ry Woodall, who took care of the
backstopping last year, again being
slated to wear Tiger regalia.
The Tiger management also has
gone in strongly for infielders, seven
recruits and Cutshaw being due to dis-
play their wares. S. T. Barnes from
Kalamazoo and Herman Merritt of
Gray Bull, Wyo., second baseman, and
shortstop, respectively, were with. De-
troit toward the end of last year, and
showed enough to warrant another
chance.
The list of veterans includes Lou
Blue at first; R. S. Young,.second, and
R. W. Jones, third. Cutshaw is ex,
pected to have the call at second base
in ithe event Young again has trouble
with his fielding.
Robert Fothergill, who was recalled
from Rochester, is the only' newcom-
er in the outfield, the' "big four" of
last year, headed by Manager Cobb,
and including Harry Heilmann, Ira
Flagstead and Bob Veach, again being
listed for duty.
WHWISIES' TRYOUTS
The editors of. Whimsies will
be glad to receive communica-
Stions from any member of the
student body who are interested
in becoming candidates for the
Ieditorial staff of the magazine
for the year 1922-23. Three posi-
tions are to be filled by election
I and every application will be
j given full consideration regard-
less of class or school of the ap-
ap-plicant. All persons interested
should apply by mail, addressing
letters to Whimsies, Press build-
ing before February 1.
LAWREICE H. CONRAD.
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