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Wolverine Swimming Hopes Are"
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Measurements by
Kahn of Indianapolis

With the announcement that at-
tempts are being made to secure a
coach for the informal swimming team
the hopes of that aggregation for a
successful season have been consider-
ably brightened. Fielding H. Yost, di-
rector of intercollegiate athletics, has
sanctioned the securing of an aquatic
mentor provided a satisfactory man
can be obtained.
Matt Mann May Coach
The first choice of the swimmers is
Matt Mann, internationally famous
coach of the Detroit Athletic club, and
it is the hope of the tank men that
Coach Mann may be secured for two
afternoons a week from the opening
of the second semester until the con-
clusion of the aquatic season. To this
end negotiations are now under way,
and definite word as to their result
may be expected in the near future.
Plan Pitt Meet
No definite word has, as yet, been
received from athletic authorities at
the University of Pittsburgh relative
to the proposed dual meet at Pitts-
burgh on March 10. A letter from
the Pitt swimming manager, however,l
states that the outlook for schedul-
ing the event is bright. The difficulty
lies in the size of the guarantee re-

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Detroit Central Alumni Dance,
day, February 3. Hotel Statler.
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quired by the Wolveriens, for the ac-
I commodations for spectators at the
Pittsburgh pool are too limited to
furnish a sufficient financial return.
The Panthers, however, are more than
anxious to meet the Maize and Blue,
and they are, therefore, endeavoring
to secure the use of the Pittsburgh
Athletic club pool for the meet. In
the event 4hat they are successful the'
encounter will be staged on March 10
as planned.
Open at M. A. C.
The Wolverines are hard at work
for the first meet on the schedule, to
be against M. A. C. in the big pool at
East Lansing. Coach Flynn, of the
Aggies, has rounded an excellent squad
into shape and is optimistic over the
outcome of the event. The coming of
the meet viill mean a new athletic
relation between the two institutions
and will serve to increase the great
rivalry now existing, as well as to
further the amicable relations. Be-
tween 9 and 12 men are to journey to
East Lansing for the opening meet,
and several men seem sure, even at
this time, to be among the chosen
number.
Kearns and Koch in the plunge for
distance have far exceeded all other
candidates, and are looked upon as
fixtures. In the free style events Val-
entine, Hubbard, and Ullman seem to
have insured places for themselves,-
the remaining place on the relay quar-
tet being a toss-up between several
promising candidates. However, the
appearance of ex-Captain Hyde in the
near future is expected to complete
the number, with Valentine, and the
former leader swimming the dashes
and -Ullman and Hubbard the distanc-
es. Valentine, Hubbard, and Ullman
are all good men in the back stroke.
Smith is another man to be heard
from in the free style. A member of
last year's crack squad, he has been
unable to report for practice as yet.
Event Strengthened
In the breast stroke Captain Bab-
cock and Frost have the edge on the
field, but the appearance of Hanson,
who will report at the opening of the
second semester,. should leave the
fight for second aman between the two
-first mentioned. Mildner and White
appear to have strangle holds on the
team in the fancy diving events.
All in all, the tank aggregation does
not lhok as formidable as last year's,
but should the services of, .Coach
Mann or some other good mentor be
securedrthe strength of the team will
take a decided upward bound.
Something for sale? A Classified
Ad in The Daily will find a buyer.--

BASKETBALLPRACTCE
CALLE OFF AMS
WILL START AGAIN' ON TUESDAY
OF NEXT WEEK; OHIO MET
ON FEB. 11
Although regular practice of the
I basketball squad was discontinued by
Coach Mather last Tuesday, the men
are working out whenever they find
time in order that they will keep into
-dondition all during exams. Coach
Mather is spending most of his time
at the gymnasium and whenever any
one on the squad nhasta chance to
drop in for a few minutes he is given
some individual coaching.
No scrimmages are being held and
regular practice will not start until
a week from Tuesday. This will give
Mather only three days to again get
I the squad lined up for the Big Ten

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COACH E. J. MATHER WHO IS PRE-
PARING FOR A COMEBACK WHEN
SEASON'S PLAY IS RESUMED
NEXT SEMESTER.
contests, as Michigan leaves on Fri-
day of that week for a two game trip
with Ohio State at Columbus and In-
diana at Lafayette.
Kipke Improving
Kipke, who was taken from the last
game with a dislocated'shoulder and
injuries to his hand, is improving
quite rapidly and will be in shape by
the time that the squad takes to the
floor again.
With Kipke back in and Rea, Ely
and Cappon going well Mather should
start the next lap of the Conference
race with a team which should make
all the Big Ten fives sit upland take
notice.
While the Wolverines are resting
most of the other Conference teams
keep right on with their games. To-
night the, fast going gophers will meet
a worthy foe in the Windy City Ma-
roons. Chicago has a fast aggrega-
tion' and should put up a ' nice fight
against Minnesota. Iowa plays Purdue
tonight in what should be an easy win
for the Boilermakers as they already
have one victory to their credit
against that team. Monday night the
Hawkeyes stack up against Indiana
with a win in line for either team.
Both teams have lost to the Gophers
by about the same score and unless
one team has improved to some extent
the chances for a *victory appear
equally bright.
Easy for Gophers
Minnesota has another easy game!
in store for Feb. 4 when the Hoosiers
invade their, camp. The Gophers sl-
ready have one victory to their credit
over Indiana and should have no
trouble in annexing a second. On the
same night the Illini swing into action
against Chicago on the latter's floor.
This game will be of some importance
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