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r THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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TIEDRING COURT TEAM
IN PRlEPARATION FOR NOTRE

the squad last year, is one of the best j
center candidates closely pushed by
Duncan. I,
EISome of the better forwards among
the remaining candidates are Stege-,
Ii-nr, Bukema, Gowan, and Emery.
All of these men have shown some u' L K ORIGH
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hammer thrower of considerable abil- presumably not measure up to the that they wiil place teams in the run-
ity, teams of Carl Johnson'c days, the ning and much interest is being shown
-firke to Lead Sprinters present title holders are in danger of over the outcome, since many of the
Captain Burke, crack dashman on losing their hold on the championship. teams are of a high calibre.
last year's team, will lead the short Illinois is bereft of a great many cf Folowing is the schedule of basket-
distance runners. During the entire the stars who helped her win her great ball practice for the fraternity and
victories of the last two years and class teams on Wednesday and Thurs-
season last year Burke never failed to with Wisconsin, Chicago, and Ohio day night at Waterman gymnasium:
place in some dash event, running IjState to meet before the clash with Wednesday on courts 1, 2, 3, and 4,
the 50, 100, and 220. Other dash a en the Indians, the Wolverines have a from G to 6:30 o'clock. Xi Psi Phi,
who are expected to show bright outlook for regaining the hon- Delta Kappa Elpsilon, Phi Kaima Psi;

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rarsity Basketball Coach To Conclude Although 'Kipke has not been able learn. They have been faithful work-
TTwo1onthli Preliminary Work to do much work with the squad as ers all fail and one or two of them
TWorowOih may develop into stars before the sea-
Tomorrow Night yet because of football duties, it is as- son eshends.
sured that the grid star will be out Aongds t r
'QUAD HAS FIVE LETTER MEN and performing active labors in awamdnlatyear, c regor, and
BACK IN SUIT THIS YEA hrt time. There is a possibility ward last year, Rice, Kresbach, and
that he will be shifted to a guard Post m e endange P or Br
With the opening game of tfte 1923 this year where his speed and knack as yet but with more experience they
asketball season but two days dis- of following the ball can be utilized assure Mathei. a strong defense in
at Coach Mather is driving th Var- to the greatest advantage. Such ay to
ity court squad at a hard pace to pre- move would tend to add dash to both years o come.
are it for the Notre Dame five who attack and defense and would allov! No Lineup Announced
riU furnish the opposition at 7:30! the use of a man at the forward posi- No starting lineup has been an-
'riday evening in Waterman gym. . tioll who would be a more accurate j nounced as yet for Friday night but
h f nrliminr wrk shot than the Lnnsin o rOV e t/Oi fc

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YEARLING SQUAD SHOWING WELL
With practically every candidate for
the Varsity track team out in uniform,
Waterman gym is again taking on a
business like atmosphere. Every man
from last year's freshman and Varsity
squads who is eligible this semester

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up well are Martin, Whitman, and oz's which they dropped An the spring from G:30
Hubbard. Simpson, Higgins, and Hub- of 1920. (Cor
bard will take care of the high hurdl-
es, with Loomis and Hubbard having
the best of the low sticks. Intrami ural Items
Michigan will be represented by a -
strong bunch of distafle runners in F
contrast to the last few years when Fratet btal n agers Fres]
several meets have been dropped be- Iin bow
cause of inability to place in the half, house is entered in the coming inter- 357 an
mile, and two mile runs. Reinke, Hat- fraternity basketball tournament
tendorf, and Marsh, all cross'country which wi l begin immediately after
men, will run the half, while Bowen, Christmas vacation. All entries must
Arndt, Nicholson, Cochran, Rearick, be in the hands of the Intramural ofil- Vo
and Shenefield are counted on for the cials by 5 o'clock this afternoon, since
mile run. Only two men, Isabel, of positively no more will be accepted
cross country fame, and Davis, an old after this time unless a good excuse
timer, will probably try the two.mile is presented. HAL
run. More than 60 houses have signified

to 7 o'clock, Alpha Chi Sig-
itinued on Page Seven)
HRESHI LiTS
i. lits that are interested
'ling are requested to call
d ask for G. Martin.
ill Learn More Rapidly
in a Few .
ATE LESSONS I
E 'S FAM.tE STUi'OS

Two mon is of pr imnay ry U L.
il be concluded with tomorrovj
ight's practice, work for which has
ad great effect in grounding the new
en in 'the fundamentals of the win-!
er game and given every member of
hg squad an opportunity to perfecl
he new tactics which the changed
ules will necessitate this season.
ince early in October Mather has
een meeting with the new candidate
or the team twice a week and dur-
ig the past few weeks four drills
eekly have been the -rule.
Coach Somewhat Dubious
Even with a complete array of vet-
rans from the 1922 five back and el-
Bible for competition, Ifather is dub-
us about the coming championship
ice. He believes that the Big Ten is
o see 'a class of. basketball this win-
er'such as it never has in the past,
hat at least three teams that finished
st season near the top of the ladder
ave even stronger combinations than
hey did at that time, and that the
Volverines, because Of several unfor-
inate breaks coming about the mid-
le of the Conference season, will be
>rced to fight an uphill battle all the

ray..
Captain Ely, center, Bill Miller and
larry Kipke, forwardls, and Paper
end Birks, guards, are the men wh9
nished the 1922 campaign for the
Maize and Blue who are back on the
ob. Ely, playing his first season on
he Varsity last year, was one of the
ensations of the ,Big Ten. Some of
lie shots he made in important games
re still the topic of conversation
mong basketball lovers and, combin-
A with brilliant floor work, were suf-
cient to land him the center position
n the all-Conference second team.
Miller Should Go Big-
Miller, who has starred at forward
>r two years, should play the best
ame of a brilliant career this winter.
.t the beginning of the last campaign
e was handicapped somewhat by ill-
ess but, is going into the coming sea-
on in first class shape. He is a dead
hot from any point in his half of the
ourt, a clever dribbler, and a dan--
erous man generally in the neighbor-
ood of the basket.. Because of his
nlijnited capacity for hard going, the
mooth way in which lie fits into the
ombination play, and his willingness
o sacrifice personal glory for points
, the scoreboard Miller is probably
he most aluable man to his team
at a Big Ten aggregation can boast.

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g u4mllte4~laibuy pj Ve~t c t is >ossible that Ely will start at "
be last year. tse a ytr thas been out for the past month and 1
Has Two Star Quarfcenter, Miller and Haggerty at for- are beginning to round into shape for
In Birks and Paper Mather found wards, and Birks and Paper at guards. the first official trials which Steve Far-a
last year after the season was well Mather will use this game as a test 1 rell is planning o hold directly after n
under way, a pair of guards who were under fire for his unseasoned mater- the Christmas vacation.c
able to hold any scoring machine they ial and spectators may expect to see From all appearances this year's I
met. Neither player is the large pow- a rapidly changing front unless the team will be a well balanced one, ca-r
erful type who make the counting gme is going too. much against the pable of giving a hard fight for bothF
region uncomfortable by sheer 'force W3ire and Blue. the indoor and outdoor Conference
but are >o fast and shifty that all of This will be the last game until af- titles. Although little can be; definitely
the Big Ten forwards last year, even ter Christmas when the Michigan .Ag- sai' as to the actual strength of the
the great ).arney of Illinois, found gies conmc to Waterman gym Jan. 3 team, before the fir t trials there seems
scoring opportunities few and far be- ; for the first ofthe two annual court to be a good number of men for every
tween. - battles. The Conference has limited department of the sport. No one branch
In addition to these five men who the number of games a team may play of the squad seems to be any strong-
comprised the regular lineup at the this year so that the customary 'er than any other and the Wolverines'
end of last year, three other ,M men Christmas vacation trip has been done hope for the title will depend alto-
are available in the persons of Cap- away with. In its place Mather in- gether upon the developement of an
pon, football star who played a strong tends to keep his men here for a part all-round team, able to place in near-
game at guard on Mather's champion- of the recess to indulge in hard prac- ly every event. Few individual stars
ship team two years ago, Lee Galley. tic will be on hand although Hubbard,
also a guard on the 1921 five, and The squad will be greatly handi- nationalyrknown track performer, can
Henderson a member of the 1920 capped at just the time of the year ! be counted on for firsts in two or three
squad, who is reporting for the. team when it will need the most work, tbe events against almost any team in the
again. / interval between the first and second country. In the national A. A. U. meet;
With so much seasoned material in semesters. The J-Hop, scheduled for at Newark last! summer he took three
sight it is hardito see where there will Feb. 10, comes the night before the first places from the best athletes in
be any need for new timber, but that Minnesota game here and because of the United States.
is precisely what Mathe'r has been the time much needed for decorating New role Valter
searching for since the first practice for the event, the court squad will In the pole vault, an event in which
in October. He seems to have pna lose two or three practices just before great strength has been shown by
promising candidate in Haggerty, one what promises to be one of the most every Michigan team for the last ten
of the stars of last year's all-fresh important games on the schedule. In years, Brooker, who is counted upon
five, who has -been working at for addition to this, the fact that exam- 1to take Landowski's place in the in-
ward. He is a fast performer and nations are on during the week just doom meets has been clearing the bar
shoots well but is handicabped some- preceding the .lop and the players lat 11 feet, six inches regularly, while
do but little wvork during that time, Iros,
what by lack of poundage. will lve hem inrnot tht of o- rossev, another last year's freshman
1'ootbhI Squad Sued Men ' will leave them in not the best of con- and the prep luminary of the East'
The football squad sent another dition for the big game.i when he attended Mercersburg Acad-
candidate to the basket coach Monday -- I emy, has been finding no trouble in
night when Keefer reported for prac- Transfer of '69 Elm Delayed i reaching 11 feet and better, Kelly,
tice and took a short workout with the . Work on transferring the clipi ~who promises to make a great im-
team. It is understood that the sop. which 1stands in front of University Irovement under Steve's tutelege, has
omore came to Michigan with a good hall b a menmorial to the class of been doing 10 feet, six inches. Lan-
basketball record but was unable to '69, is being held up until the author- dowski, considered to be the best pole {
play on the yearling five last year be- ities are assured financial aid from tho i vaulter in the Conference, is not in
cause of an injury sustained in foot- t i school this semester, but will be back'
ball. As is the case with the other n he cly may cause some .inat the beginning of next semester to{
football men, he will probably not convenience to the exiavators, as that take part in outdoor track.
break into the lineup until after lortion of ground immediately t McElwin and Smith are at present
Christmas if he shows that lie can stay front .of University hall can not be the only ones out for the high jump.
on the squad. dug up until the tree is removed. . Last year McElwin was considered the
Mather has reduced the squad from ?_find of the year, clearing six feet in
the 45 who first reported to 23 who are '-a dual meet with Chicago and suc-
regularly on the Varsity and may be Brumm to Speak in Jackson cessfully taking Walker's place after
seen in action Friday night. The coach Prof. John L. Brumm of the jour- the latter had been declared ineligible,
is looking to future years when he nalism department will speak before As usual Van Orden, a veteran, of the
will not have such a wealth of exper- the Kiwanis club in Jackson, Thurs- last two years, -will lead tfle puitter .
enced material in keeping some of lay noon. Hindes, another shot putter, is also a
these men on the squad w'hile others ,------ -

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