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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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SATURDAY, JANU.

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MEN HQOD LIGHT PRACTICE

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EARLY SEASON TRAkINING

Faf~rel IPostpoiue'sHeavy W01"X
'hue Getting Ii ; Mel)Bate
Into Conidition
aFEL\TS APPEAR TO
E STRONGEST DEPARTM~EN.T
;b Farrel is now fared with thie
Ibuilding his amon tip to a point
they will be in condition toj
more strenuous workf running.
tiOwe. Light practice hase been
iedule for the week and it will
bt be seome time before the naien,
rin good enuogh condition to
e against each other in earn-
During this light, preliminary
e it' is impossible to obtain aj
the respective merits of the
Judged from the past work1 ofJ
iad it appears that this. year's
ill be exceptionally good if the
emain up to the quality they E
woved tblfemselvee to be. - The'i
irdles is the only event that
to be i~n weak shape at this

Spinte~rs Work Out
Al F~arrel for the first- time thin,
Lgave his sprinters gun prat-
H1e sent Captain ]Burke, Martin,
,rd, and Wittmlan through three
of 35 yards. Although the men
,) as Yet in shape they show-
etty good form- in these trials.
an took the first one and Hub-
the other two. In this event
Farrel has unusually flie mate-
nd should 'be able to develope
s out -of the lot-
he, distances Steve continued his
of ight work and ran his mnen
;h short distance; at slow pacea.f
sent he is trying to train these
o timie their paces over'givenl
ces. Ip this they are doing well
ering the short amount of prac-
iey have h 4. Isbell and D~avie,
e bet so far in the long runs.
gre a fair that are evenly 'match-
1furnish each 'other an abund-
af competition. Other men in
ent. are working hard and it is
ed that strong runners will bel
ped in this department.
Vaaltes Look G004
)ker, and Preser loot; to be mienj
isuab ~calibre in the, pole vault.
were able to clear 11 feet res.-
without much diffiulty gnd
goo-d for at least six inches
oot highe~r at thstme. "Kelly
sen working hard and at times
streaks of real vaulting. I
Orden in the shot looks to be
onaIlly..strong. He has thrown-z
eet this ;year and Iritit practice 1
y be able to equal his record
f45 feet that he made last year.
is also working in this event
s a fine build for a shot putter."
-er, he is green in this part ofI
ort and needs 'considerable',
'e before he will b© able' to o
A. 'Hunter iy also doing wall l
,ent.
Lven is doing well, at this time
as able to clear the bar at five
thi inches yesterday. U'e is
a'n's best bet in the high jutlp.
ay be depended upon' to garnepr'
in this event.
ch and Hubbard Worked for#'
HOCKEY PRACTICE
ocktey practivec this aftor*
,n at S o'clock at Wlneberg'c
SCUnM. 'I
GE~ORGE JITTILH, }j

short time ini the broad jump trying, to
obtain the +correct form, but not as
yet jumping for distance.
By1~ Feb. 17 Coach Farrel llwill. no
doubt have lis men in. fair, shape. 'It
is'. doubtful that. Chicago; will put a
strong team against the Wolverines
although they have sx~"mena bacik
thsyea..
WILL START CONFE WI T RE NE
ENTIRIES FOR LEAG'E '8,01VBEING
11,XCEIVEX) All INTILA:,MT7AL
WFFICE
Entriep are now be ng received for-
tl econd annual Western. Confvr-
ence bo-wling 'tourmq int which will
jopen Jan. 10, in which all' ot the fra-
'tern itie~s at Michligan, Minnesota, 1l-
linois, and Ohio State will participate,
andi pos~sibly 'Wisconsin and Iowa. INr-
die, Noarthwestern, Chioago, and In--
diana do not at the present time have
the, machinery -with which to 'conduct
such a tourntament, but it is expected
that they will fall in line within the
nest few years when their intramural
departments will be better organized
uinder 'whose auspices these affairs
are directed.
0. 5S. L .is S pon.'or
The intramural 'department at Ohio
State, which is considered to be one
of the best equipped in the country, is
the father of this annul'event and 4as
giving a hanidsome loving cup to. the
SFraternities at Michigan will send
their application: to the local Intra-.
mural office the 'dead lie of which
has, been set for JTan. 10. Last' year a4
number of the fraternities on the cam-
pies partioprated and turned in. some
creditable scores, although they fail-:
ed to land' the trophy. It is expect-
ed by the 'officeials at Ohio State that
this year's tournament will surpass
lase ;bar's 'results in every rlgpeet,
for it' is better organized.
1 WVolycrioes Roll at Ornlon
~After the entries have been sent into
the intramural, department at Ohio
4 tt the' schedules will be drawn up
and forwarded to each school ykhlch=
entered teams. The first '"teams will'
roll on the night of J an. 15, at 'Mich-
igan. on the Union alleys. Uinder no
circumnsta4nces will the teamsa enter-
ed be' allowed to toll after the speci-
jfied time 'set' for then to roll by the
SOhio Stateo officials.,
Representatives of the Intramural
department. at Michigan .and: the men
1in charge' of the Union 'alleyS will-
falternate in keeping the scares of
each team. as they roll.
Six teamas .will roll three &ets apiece'
on the,' 6pening -night and the roli
will continue until all. of the teams
have turned in their score; or have
forfeited their chance byv reason of ab-

clock, fre~sh engineers., Voce; 3 5..36,.~
Io'clock, senior lits, ?Mudd; - Thursday
1 1: -6 oclock, senior engiers, Gold-
Iinitlh; f,-x:30 o'clockz, Medics, Lb
Fever; Pridny, 51~'0-6 o'clock, 8oph'
tits Hurwich;: 6-6:30 o'clock, lawes,
Storz.
There will 1)e ho 7skatig* charge for
the practice, sessions or for 'the oliin-
inatilitgames.
All, class lhocktey team :,managerm
should get" in touch with' the' Intra-
mural department somtetime today.
'Any. student on' the campus. that
wishes to, organize and 'manage an
independent. hockeyx team should
leave his nave' with the Intramur ak
department.
Inlramural Item.
Watch this column tomorrow for
the. announcemenat of: the schedulo.
games i'athe fraternity and ,class base,
ketball league.. -ALso .the' <bawlino
notices, some of; whicih-; are w Nritten6
1 In the qualification' rounds that
wer lilcl:before thXe Christmras. hoW-
days only a few of the class teamsa
appeared it the, Union'zleys= in ful)
force 'and conseqtuently thebeginrling
'of the tournament was rather un-
Isuccessful.'
The manager in charge and the
Intramural officials are fin hopes that
(Continued on''Page. Seven)
ANEW, TEAM: BEGINS
ON JANUARY 8TH
,3, amilton Eu'nne s College I
Mate. Andiclli11am tsts.
1IALSEY'S IDANCE STUTDIOS
Wl uV erth Areade

gathering of the pilayers behind. the
linre of scrimmage before each fmorma-.
tion, in which they form, a tight grou rt
*ith their heads together and the,
quarterback gives the signals.~ Such
practice is claimed by some to hold upI
the game whle other coaches claim
that; it; speeds ,things. up. It would.
seem 'to dcepend upon .how, the playr-
ers were Geached and whether -the
"convcention" 'was used as a pow-Wow
or 'merely to $-ive the ,signals.-
Major Cavaniaughiof Boston +Collegci
and Rtobert-,Zupphe: of Illinois tool A
opposite sides of the 'question at thel
meeting.' Cavanaugh' claimed that. in
his 'exprer inceof .watching garnles
wh~e th'e' "ring' around the rosie"
system way used, a great deal of 'time,.I
was WastedC and the spectators be-
came impatient. Ztuppke asserted3, orb
the other hanad, that hie had timed this'
system as well _as the old one and had
found that by actual seconds 'the "coan-
voitin" was a time 'saver.A
Fielding Yost of Mician, -who is
one of the staunch .1) kers of the new
idea, 'becamtre good inatur Ily iudig-
nant as hae arose to 'the defense of one
of- his .pet theories Yost, ,:to, it1
seems, had held' the stop watch on tbr
plays and procee-deli' with: many cone-.
vincing .gesture4 of 'arms to expla i
and ' demonstrate. why .he was. right*.

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hence from the,alleys. Wh ether, they He3 l ii ni I claimed that much more time was llini carnival, announces his belief xious to have as many more men as
will~~~~ roli:ar rhaetealO1 ~ 111 11N lost by a: team which called the' sig-I that the Illinois relay classic this possible report to him.
singly is a p roblem'% that wilbe= t iiU111,I~ nals' on the line of scrimmiage be-i season will drawv teams and individ- All men spending their first year a
cidcul before the ihitial night by, the c ause of the fact that the signals quitej uas from many schools which her- Michigan are eligible for the .fresh-
Intramnural offcials "at AMicigan r ii 1111 l often 'hzad to be repreated and that af-I tofore have not participated. men ,team and all are urged t oncoe
t~v u r ditUen the were called the players of-{ The system of dividing 'the 1profits out ,for the squa. ;Freshman, prac~y
IF1ama INO'ySy Stem tped en'ha to shift to positions called for of the meet among the visiting teams' lice is held at 3 o'clock every after-
- - ' potinto tenum-ber -of men noninWtrman gymnasium and
tnvi o"8,i*phedBy Post -- competing and the distance they tay -!those coming out now should report to
Plans for the coming, hockey tourn- i iadZupke; Cavtaiiaugha Pre- !11111 elf c again will e one of. the many Coach Hahn at that time.
ament bzetween the' different classaes ferS Linep I IRtY 1fatures oftthe contest. In past. yeas! Coach Hahn is planning at least
have been W ILLINI this system has made it possible for two telegraphic mreets this season, one
on the campusha be completer} ,pIT Fnhl IIII I UE)1:T squads to take long trips. Michigan 'ith Wisconsin and one with Illinois
and the schedule for pArteiz ry prac- . THko~uGtH Cw\NV TION ' SPECH last year received aout $30, while! with "a possibility that another may
1, - : ° k :" Nebrask- reecived the next highestI be arranged later . Telegraphic meets
tics ses's~ons :will be, held, at the tziiiO ' (y ssczteI:'es9 sun. between yearling teams in the Big
indicated on, the. schedule in "Wiue'4. "ew York, Jan. 5-'There eenms to (By Associated Pxess) ?-- ___ Tei are necessitated because of thM
b lerg*'s Coliseum. M4anagers of : 49 )e a rather wide dkff rence _ i opi-{ Urbana4, Ill, Jan. 5.-University of Conferenc ruling aaginst freshman
wihteshdl oa oia~i'ion among' the football coachies of the iIlinois athetic -authorities have.h hn A!esPlacompetition.,
wit te chdue :soastozzai~eiQcountry concerning thle, "cnventioii" changed, the time of the sixth annual I For Trac lea
clear-just ,wh'o thze:mzeu are to repor , tmogiigigas'eoete1IliiInorRayCnvl'tobc
systm: giingsigets)zefre he llii Id~rr Rlay arnval' t hq >4izFis Prisn Camps Satisfacto ry
twhnoigotfrpatc.' play starts' This was brought out liheld heilre March 3, from evening to! Athn, Jan5-Miss Florence Bil-
"The schedule is as follows:, Monda-, s at the recent meeting of the 'Fot Bal, k afternon. It is expected that larg- Coach Archie Hahn of the fresh-
v:3-6o'coc, re~lzill;:Chrry 6 C'; h~' Assciaio Rexe te ick 'codwl 'teda h eut f altaksud is ste nt igs, laiedMs~Wre yAgr
! 30' o'clock, junier engineers,, Pig- jers of'.the '-sport fromiy all 'parts obj the change, while thle' events will notl call for candidates for the yearlingt to inspect Trkrisi prisoners' camps
got; .TuesdlayS, ';0- o'clock, T atio. the country had 'an' pportu nty tqbe hurried and conditions will be1 team. The first ear: men on th Iin Greece, is on the way to report that
Sits, Younig; ;G66:(l' 'clock , soph. en- iscuss ,jut such poiths. more~ suitable'to competing athletes. cmpus have not been turning out aa ,she "fond conditions generally 'satis-
gineers, MVoody; Wednesclay, 5:30- o The. "conveto" system cosists- In I Coach Harry Gill, who founded the well RSs was expected and Hahn is an- factory.

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