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Shows Knowledge Of
'College Activities

On Visit

Pn ~J will represent Michigan this winter Christmas Cards and Decorations at
BOXING ASPIRANTS 1 i91i be strong in nearly every depart- Wahr's University Bookstores.-Adv.
ment. Among the newer men in the
tsport, the majority come between 120 Losesomething? A classified In
and 145 pounds. There are a few good'heDiywlfndi-Av
S TR FTIR H 011091 thetoldDtroublelof a lackitof-gAod
middleweights at 155-158 pounds but *
~~~~th e old trouble of a lack of good!
SULLIVAN Ezrr is GOOD .1A T- heavy and light-heavyweights is again Huron Street Taxi 25c 445.-Adv.

P'U I iMajor John L. Griffiths, high com- were represented in the meet at Chi-
missioner of Big Ten athletics, spent cago in June. He believes this meetc
is the best possible means of selecting
a few hours in Ann Arnor yesterday the American Olympic team as in no
Wolverine CoInbin~ation eWiiders i are sure to develon into units of more on his first visit to the University this other are so many performers of high
TNoti0Re hnit; lyItaggerty, than ordinary value.
re D ; Ely, Sogthly, thnrdny K. year as the guest of Director Fielding ability pitted against each other.
- From yIse.ol point -1. Yost. The new step taken by the Confer-
j rom a 'sensational point of view,
Kiser, of Notre Dame, held the post of During an interview with newspa- ence officials last week in ordering
TiR. TEAM; U OtiRUTS GOO first honor. He made but three baskets permen the Conference head touched each team to play a football game onI
during the entire evening, all of which on various matters of importance in every Saturday from the first one inI
totaled three fifths of the Catholic the world of athletics at the present October to the week before Thanks-
It has been many moons since Mich- field goals. but these three shots all lime, showed an unusual grasp of con- giving rose from the fact that thisc
igan's basketball quintet, on a first came in the second half when the vis- ditions prevalent in the several west- year several teams had open dates
night performance, has presented such iting star had lbecome accustomed to ern schools that make up his charge, just preceding a hard game while the
a display of real power as was shown the floor and were marvels of accur- and displayed a genial personality opponent who was to be met the fol-I
acy. The entire trio of tosses came and carefree manner that belie his re- lowing week had a game scheduled!
in the victory over Notre Dame Fri- from the midle of the loor in com-I sponsibility as court of last resort in for that day. Minnesota had three
day. The score of 41 to 23 does not paratively rapid succession and dove the greatest organization of its kind games during the season in which Ihe
begin to show the great superiority of through the meshes without so muc' in the country. opponent had an open date the week
Mather's men over the Catholic aggre- as touching the iron rims. Discussing the action of the Big I before. The new arrangement will]
g Enright was the only other :otr; Ten faculty representatives assembled obligate each team to play every Sat- 1,
gatin.iname player to show to any advant- at Chicago last week, in voting to urday and will remove the objection
,oire Dame Beildered age, getting two field goals. The vis- withdraw Conference teams from the { that the teams are not entering the
it is not that Notre Dame was ex- hiors worked well against the weak- annual N.C.A.A. track and field meet 1 games on even terms.
ceptionally poor, although the South er Michigan reservs i:i codtd do which is held at Chicago each year al Griffiths spoke of the strong pros-
Bend quintet showed a< lack of co-or-- nothing with the :ower of the Wolver- the close of the school year, Griffiths I pects Michigan has for a winning]
dination that cost them much. Rather inc first team, although they seemed expressed his disappointment that track team this year and showed his
it is that the skill and technique of comparatively successful for a short such a step should have been taken. knowledge of the strength of the var-
the Wolverihes court team was far too tinie as the Maize and Blue lead-off It seems that this particular meet is ious teams by comparing Hubbard,
men came back into action in the see- one of his pet hobbies at present and Van Orden, Isbell, and Landowski with


Now that the winter indoor season!
has come, preparations for the forma-
tion of a boxing team have been start-
ed. The attitude taken by the campus
this year toward the sport is one
which proves to the authorities that
some attention must be given the
manly art.

present. At-the start of the semester
a few of the big boys came around
and one or two showed real promise
but after a few visits they have not
presented themselves for training.
The 120 and 130 pound classes seem,
to be the best taken care of an( the
coach reports a large number of ex-!
cellent material at those weights.
Although'it is not likely that any of

So far; Coach Sullivan reports lit-'
tHe active work done by candidates for
the team but training does not usually
begin until after Christmas vacation..
Several of last year's veterans have
already begun a gradual conditioning'
process and after their holiday rest
will start the real grind.
Coach Sullivan reports a steady in-I
crease in the number of students in'
his boxing classes and with such <'
large number to choose from it is
highly probable that the team which1

the candidates will start active train-
ing until after the holidays, Coach
Sullivan desires to see any of the
men who intend to try out and if pos-
sible to get a line on their work. A !
little early training would not he out
of order and the coach wishes it to E
be known that he is ready for work!
any time the men are and that he feels
con fidont that Michigan is capable of
t urning out a boxing team able to
rank with the best collegiate teams in
the country.

Law Students
Gus Edwards' Legal Laughs
Wood's After Dinner Speeches
Reed's Conduct of Law Suits
Reference Books for Profes-
sional' Men
11 Nickels Arcade

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ono? hal'.0 one of the biggest features of his pro-
The promise of Mather's men on l Fri- graze for the advancement of athlet-
lay night is the greatest that a Mich- i' S throughout the country.
igan basketball team has yet shown, This meet, according to Griffiths, is
and if advance display'is any criterion really national il its scope and give.;
for judgment it is almost a thing of the sectional record holders a chanceI
fact that the Wolverines will make to test their ability against the chain-
more than a strong bid for their third pions of other parts of the country.
fConference title of the year 1922-23. As proof of this statement he called
attention to ,the fact that out of 15{
college track men who might have
j nOH69-NIZE DIP TEN CL UB11 been called sectional champions in
their particular events last year, 125

rivals in their respective events on
other Big Ten teams.
The strongest impression created
by the western athletic arbitrator is
one of interest in every phase of in-
tercollegiate athletics and a determin-
ation to keep them on as high a grade
as is possible.
Let a "Daily" classified ad rent that
vacant room for you.-Adv.
Patronize Daily advertisers.-Adv.




Bill Miller, Forward ..o.
1 llevelaand Graads. to Roost Confertonce
jniversities in City
great for the invaders to overcome.
Against the hard but inferior play of Clvln'lmiwohv ted
Aga ch nsc a Cleveland alumni who have attend-
the Michigan l. second team" thatl went'
into action toward the end of the first ed Western Conference schools are
half. Notre Dame rallied and scored 1 now organized, the name of their club
with some degree of regularity, a fact being the Cleveland Big Ten club.I
that serves to demonstrate conclusively The club was organized at the "an-
the true power of -the Michigan de-;nal roundup"on Nov. 20. The con-
New rules were much in evidence stitution of the organization provides
Friday night, and the spectators who for affecting a better understanding
packed Waterman gymnasium almost between the city of Cleveland and the
to capacity were particularly mysti- Big Ten universities.
fled by the number of times each team The club plans to have a placement
was permitted two free throws on bureau in operation before commence-
personal fouls. The new rule in this ment time, the function of which will
regard calls for areas to be marked Ibe to make connections in Cleveland
off adjacent to each goal; areas in for Big Ten graduates. The club has
which personal fouls committed by its headquarters in the Hotel Watson.
the defending team permit a pair of
tries for goal by the attacking aggre-j
gation. Outside of these spaces per-
sonal fouls are granted but one try.
pa pera, Birk s sline Mi
Paper and Birks, both veterans atI
the guard positions, did splendid work.i
The former, at running guard, was es-
pecially noticeable as a result of his
speedy -work in' taking: the sphere'
down'the floor, while Birks was an IS W HAT WE AR
iron man at his defensive job. Mac-
Gregor showed well in the short time
he was in the game, Landre relieving ONLY 12 IORE S
him and also (loing . commendable
work. Cappon got into the fray for a
few momentstoward the close and ING. LOOK
was given a big welcome by the crowd.
On the brief onportunity that was giv-
en him he showed that he has far THEY WILL PLEA
from forgotten how to play basket-I
ball. { _________________
At center Captain Ely outjumped his
opponent consistently and was the Ely
of the 1922 season in his swift floor Electric Toasrers
,work. Bill Miller was the most scint -
illating performer of he evening, cag-
ing seven field goals and 14 out of 19
aItempts at fre- throwS, a highly , * r
creditablo performance for the first Electric ad Irons
game of the season. Haggerty, who
started the game and finished it, --_ _
a:d Stegineier, who relieved him for
a pt "ion of the pastime, both showed; Elecrici' PerI at
that they will develop into real stars. , ~~L~iI~JCLA7J'
Iaggerty appearing to be the most
finished of the two at present.
i'mery, who took Captain Ely's place
a center, jumued well,'but was a trifle Electric Curling I
uncertain in his floor work, a difficulty
that Coach Mather bids fair to over-
come. The sa me fax.it' was shown by
Buckema, Kresbach, and Landre, but
the Wolverine substitutes show great I
promise and under Mather's-tutelage
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