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tomed place at left forward when -the H N SI Bninrsh d l e pe s h a e p."f1O t T
the rest o the team is more or le ss problmaticJIRhwTIOrNTOFeaAdT
tion of Haggerty to th~e squad has IDII VLI I J l
coamplicated the forward problem and mpeagnrlsitn rcs e
cessary if the sophomore continues, iBI(C TEN REPRESENTATIVES TO
the .play he showed against Notr e f CO(I0 ER SAT R I Y IN
Dame.I AC1ICVAG()
'Moving Kipke back to work at guard
wvithi Paper is one of the possible Faculty rep)resentatives of the Big
rmoves under consideration. This Ten schools will meet in Chicago next
jwould give Mather two of the fastest Saturday to reconsider the action tak-
performers in the West under the e yta oyi a former meeting
Wolverine basket and the'-two could Inr hybre Cneec-r~
alternate at running the "floor. That "terenths arom d Ctng i e Ntioal
Kipke would. fill the bill defensively teamsgfrom AthletinAsih ationatl
is p~roved by the. way lhe covered Rollie j Th~ae etshldetAiarln willtke
Williams, Wisconsin star, and one of ,ThplaceisheWid.yeCity anextil.June. I
the ost lusve mn inthecoiitr? is felt certain that some changes willI
in t.he game here lust winter. During, be made Saturday and it is hoped by
the entire. game Kike was never. moric track: fans, that the ruling will be re-
than three feet :away from the Badger moved altogether.
star and effectively prevented him!
from shooting.,, Prof. Ralph Aigler, of Mciigan,
~*~j chairman of the faculty committee of,
It s ltoeter osibe l tat 1. jthe Western Conference, called the
It iNatgte osbeta l meeting especially after it was seen

IO1N AINST NTOA
IKEN UP BY F LT E
urdlay has been called not only to
correct this mistake, if thqre has been
any mistake niade, but to consider
the linnitation of the outdoor track
meet, to be held at Michigan this
year, to institutions in the Big Ten
only. This year's indoor meet is open
to members of the Western Confer-

ence only and at present there is ev-
c ry indication that .the outdoor event
wxi ll be voted a closed affair also.
Because of the great increase in the{
Snumber of. conferences around the
country officials; realize that the two
big carnivals held,: the one in the east
'and, the other in the west, for some
Eyears, are quite inadequate. Although
every effort was made to make these
:two affairs national in. scope the un-
sdertaking. was doomed to failure. The
only remedy is a national meet, in the
rbelief, of many.
While many authorities point. out

the fact that many. of the smaller_ io-
stitutions cannot afford toN send full
teams there are many who believe'
that if the games are. as successful as
last year the expenses of. most of the
athletes will be taken out of the mon-
ey paidh at the gate.
Mall's Vondition Impalroving
liegistrar Arthuir C.. Hall,, whp un-
dervvent an operation some .time ago.f in
thce University hospital, ha4s been, re-
moved to .his home on Oakland ave-,
nue.. His condition is improving ra4p-
idly.

PRINC'E REPENT OF .APAA-
SERIOUSLY ILL AT TQK[4)
issued by the imperial hous~ehld, late
ton.ight on the _conditkn, of the, prince
regent who is. seriqusly ill. with meas-
les, stated that, the royal patient's,
and that his pulse had increased froi-
108 to 110.

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