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n uL 11 % T h V - F I ) W IN , OV E R
21 flayers Work Here Since Dec~,26
, I'r1 pare for stiff Blg 1ea


Made Camp's Team

rnn nnraiiiin nnnfinr rnaitfirr


Coach MAathzer sent his basketball'
squad th rough a zard practice yester-
(lay afternooni in prepa'atiQfl for the
next sane oft: te season which wiI;
be pae aantMichigan AgricuN I
tural college at 7:3t1_o'clock tonightI
Thle Wolverine court squad of 2,k
men hlaS beeccn in Ann Arbor sinc Dec.
2m in Order ta t11.they might' contin-
ue thir d I"fly wor!'outs and beJin:
flte bes ofshe for the real open-!
ingkof the ,cheduile. Mather Ias been
drivin the wn had since they camie
bak f ter Christmas, holding twol
pracicesessonse'acl day with the
excetioni of yesteray" when he let* of

1 l -x~il l ' orFk 010t aG::3{) at 0)1(otz iiz which calls for 11 gamens as it now
iiith G(k-rge IMi~e hi Charge stands 'and,1game., Awill be added from
I mtlt dii.Sune time to tume throughout thesacia
< 4 ralidly~ as ^pponents of sufficien1
l~A)V~l\4)P'~ I1U~I ~ standing are discovered.
!I Hai e Thr~ee torvered l eaguie
M1ichigan,. Minnesota, and WNiscon-
..: ~sin the first institutions in thes West
-. "it i Iickley will receive its" baptism a,
a Varsity sp~ort at 6:.10 o'clock tonight ei Cocnferenice to give hockey Var
whencaldi(a14 fo a o~,iionon 1hecity rating have forined a league to
nextette will m eet at W5einblerg's col- be linown as the Western" Intercol-
{. i ~ise um for the first wer kout of the :Yea-'< loiat(e Hockey League w ith regulai-
kLsoi.; tions governing the memhrers Identi-
.." 1e~te , It had been. pan:)ed to hold the op-1 cal to th~ose in force in the Big T'en1
s t l eiicing practice c, terdhaiy but soft ice, Othier teamis will be allowed to enter
"r ~~interferzrend: with the, plans and thjl from time to tim;eas soon as they
Sehul dozen meisn who returined a day' early have dignified the .gam1e with a tvar-
+:ere hel-d miu idleniess with nothinr~ sity rating 'and have proved that it.
mnore tLhan a dliscus7sion o f plans fo, is on a successful basis ini their in-
theccemig~seas on'to occupy their at ;s'itutions. It* is expected that North-u
tdntioni. western and Chicago, both of whom~ii
! tle ill ('Jiarge have lead hockey teamis for several'
Foalloing closely onl the anuno unce-j' years, will oe the next entrants.
- ... Y thei aici on of the, Board in Ec.tm*n rhe league} as it,
".L l'nity i nm at111osotiaty lfllt
Cotol,'altlet <si in raising the:ad tpesn ilpa fiurgaines
!J7eiP 4'. terit!Vri y spo)rl, (icoige Little, assist1'j: an-:,ding c.-n be racidtliecfl(nc
,. . " .. . I. Irwin C.t. lteritz, for, two years a nt 6-,ctor oif Athletics and head ej ( iContinuetd on Pae Seven )
qua'_rterbackf on the Varsity, who wa the inor spdrts divisioni, started r,._._
t~lolBy rznz o rfi okrecently honoredd by bieing given the rapidir fire campaign to place the great
i 801001qBorterbaakizerthr TrWafie Woampg inter garme on a lfhigh plane
q-.,rebc, et n atrCms pae'San IFrapicisco, Jan. '2.--Schooil Oy, :third AA"ln.erican selection. coach ill be selected, sonic time tliF,
of San Francisco are to be organized ;.,_._,_ week and11 the candidate s will be l:tt
tio ~l'trffctohe'~crbar o ' ~ an iebos through a th11oough course of couq4-- hIi ind Outdoor
inoplcetafcsqluads t el.. m aetob iarked n ta b y ill tioniiig and hinstruction blefore they l"A letic Eq lpwent
automobile drivers who speed neair regulate automobile trailic--holdfng 11ill be allowedl to take thle ice as r~e - Evry 1g'o
scholhoues 'lviiii te steet it are p when children are crossing, and, eyhn;fr
crowded with ciiien.I letting it pass when the streets ar e SiA schedule hzas 'been, arranged everudyngswerte, i
Older oys ofeach shool ill bereportd. -esw, heas.
clear. Violators will bereotd
grouped into companies under corn-
Emnand of the school principall, who De otDethWeeinrassi.se ti.mc _°-A pproved
willpQ}zint captains and ~ ergc.ants Lo erpit, JTan.. The (leath rate' per Systemr of Te-acheingG "
have charge oif thie'squzads. Positions 1,000 population2 in Detroit for the fir sta-+ Y
will be taken upon streets near' school ten mzionths of 1921 was 11.2, while for
" ELI S. State St._____Chicago,___U1.
jhouses before and after :school hours.j a similar period in 1922 it was 11.6, ; HALSEY'S DANCE STIJDIO '~1S.Stt tChcgIl
Lines _through which children pass according to figurzes compiled here.--.,


When 'ila -ry 'Kiphle, captainl elect ! ai iut -macic'r t() C:ee bow
the 1923 football team, wvas chos- 'any_ other intisttion in th~e cout1 ry



;: f

u) somrewhat ow.ing to the fact M.A. CUen y Walter Camp for hsAIAnr
C. will provide plenty of opposition scan elevcn a few days ago, ie s
tonighit'll. the eleventh 1 Mihigan maIn who hast
Aggles Aj r111 Two been so honored b)y the detan of Ai-
Littl)e is knolEwn of 't~Ie Aggie team j e ican football CF 4'Esn. Coach Ys r t
fhil year.' They have played three can now place, an enire Al-st"ar team<
falles, win:ing; one and, losing two. Iin the., mythical field and a t'eam~ that
Notre Dap;,-, over wrhom the Wolver- !would make any pimilar ag>)regaitionts 2
nes Bold t' ccisive vitory', defeated leak rather vo.'Ez
the Fa 'nr - by a small sacore. West-' Such a. Cteam-, wotild inE )un-loe-
eirn 'State Norma.l also won from the wat as fellows,. with olily one orM twot
east Lansing; five but the Atggie tea.mri meii placed out of their f-egulum- -aasi-
le'.eat 'd the strong Carnegie Tech) tions: Ger'Inany_ Schulz, chosen by'
teami last we'ek by a rather large Cain p for his All-tinmc All-AMericanai
wore.: at center, would undoubtedly b)e the"
t[.A&.C. iay be counted upon to give Speer of any center mnan placed again3t"
ts best ag:ainst the Varsity as the hime. On either side of him would be'
"g-iWS Consider Michigan their keen-' Aqua Allmendinger and. fleubrook,I
e£st rival,, and are' always at the top the two greatest guards ever turn--
of their for hen they conic to Ann edl out by Yost.
Arhocr. The F 1+armiers *are somewhat Although Pat SmithF way; a full;
haanicappcd t hit.;year by the loss at' back, he had the weight and natur .al
C~iiltey, the_.,i iminutive -star' :of the football ability to hold down oze of i
a s t v fels. who was the main- ' th~e tackle positions handily an ip~l f1.Ct~m n u
;p-ig fth M C tam ndfu-with Vichi at the eth~er tackle the.
11i1hed many th 'rills in 'Waterman gym. fcorward. wall would be assured of.
Liimp ^ f A'111 iiacea great strength. Vick played defensive
It is expcted that most of the meii tackle his last year on the M!ichiganl !
oin the-varsity squ~adl will get into eleven and it was largely } is w>ork; in'r
tie gam)e to~nigh1~ before the final 1 this capacity that won honors for him.
wvhistle blows but just What five men r o nste Wleieeee
will sta rt the contest is Tirollematicai. would have Stan Wells, one of the,
Ali l :r wiill 1) at one of the forward greatest hlankers of all time, and l
positions an1d lafggerty will take. care rn Seetewhhog abck
of thle other forward job.'- Captair was a brilliant and versatile player-
Ily will be at his regular berth as and could easily have held downa
.eltecr and Mike Paper will hold down j ing1. position.
'noftedefence positions. The It would be behind the line that
atlher guard wl-,ill be either Birks or Yost couldl show the greatest Array
~appn wtiithl chances favoring the hat-of 'strength with a ciollectioni of stars
er to a ar t the fracas. that would disturb any coach's direanxs.
Kinke. a braimn nlvr nd a :i ka

ccu -1 muster' such a colle*ction of Ali-I
'']?, riCaFna; one that conift equa! lli
,ll s,.-ountl strength the Michigan ar-j
Such an aggregation of "gridiron
ieats is further tribute to Yost's
grit skill as a maker~ of football stars
1nd pla ces himn far ahead of his col-
leagues in th~e middle -v,.,t in results
Lost Someothing? Let a "Daily" o~ass-
o ,6ailfind it for vou.-Aglv_

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#rtsednemlay .orning, Jan



Urbana27', Ill., .Jam. 2.--Coach Ruby'sI
ihini quintet-J is stepping off with
r . in c le getting ready for tho,

natural leader would make ani ideal
quarterback and, as well pis directing
the play, Duild1 share the lid- hiig
duties with Steketee. Maum lhtselb,
) without Cxce Dl ion Ithe greatest 1 is~r
plunger- Nvhmo ever swore a mielli ga
Euniform, would be given the full b)a'Ik
This would leave for the half bu<,ck


its and



0 verc is

ume withutler here January 20.3 oertt is hen B idWo IYost. has (:to7 .fl
3 utler ha: s (defeated Wisconsin, a tfor his All-time Michiganm team, '\Vl-
lon pasts co)mbiniation. Illinois iq 1lie R-eston and Jimnmie Craig. -estton,
,sint; thshort pasp game this year plrobiably the most famous figurei in th e
or thne first time. !Mi chigan hil-7 of fame, has allso. bee'n
TeIlhin i coach is dlrillin his "placed by Camp nj)onlhis All-time All-
urlCord P'ipe of.Danville, and 'American teami and isgeellhil
hal- n o', Oak Park, and per- ed as the greatest hi~ babck wtiiho ever
ccting the other positions' in the five played the game.
The o ieing of tIme Western, Con-
c lie sasoii will be celebrated atm
n nA.rb 'or aga inst, the Wolverines. br
'ach Mi tiier attenlded the Washing-
on Vniiver'itiy anid the -Notre Damiel _
ames b(mre, to scout the Illini squad.j
oachi liuby ,'s five is -less experienced
an i £ici igan players.
Captain Swede Hellstroin and -Wal-
er floettgei arc the Illini forwvards,
ho have been garnering the I111-
ois points, While "Slim" StilweItl at
eniter is doing fine floor _work. rtethth

iuppenheimer and othef, good makes
h~eady for the biggest sale event this store has staged in
years. And there are saving opportunities such as we
have never before offered. Spring w ill su r ely bring
higher prices in all clothing so buy now at these low prices


Suits and Overcoats

Suits and.. Overcoats



$ .U

xa $ °

31 ljtal timulus is born
of ~ omttion. You may
find tyogi self lacking the
vq to carry on in the af-
teru ooi)i whenftee inoraig
I isbeen tryingbq. Get re-
ntewed energy which comes
Iwith a. game of billiards
3 of

Allowance with an
Mass; prodution makes
the first cost moderate.
The simple mechanism
never gets out of order
and each double length
lead offers the same
writing service as a 7 in.
wood pencil- at only 1c.
WEIGHT- shown
here --of ligh-tweight

Suits and Overcoats..

" ou'li tie~d serviceable fabric, smart styles and
the best of tailorIng In these suits and over-
coats in three groups. These classes inwiude
all of our winter stock.
Styles, sizes1 and patterns for every matsn or
youth-no mngtter -what your'iphiysical ipropor-
tions may bie..- Nothing wvill show you the real
m~eaning of tliisSalle, except a visit to our
store. Come.



All Furnishings at Sole Prices

Emphptic Redu DtfoiiA on Everyth~n' in
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