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ITRHER FEARS OVEl
OFCAMPUS MAY

Varsity Basketball M1entor Says Squad
h'a e i'usally hlard Seliedi le
'I'llis Year'
RESERVE'kS TAKE (OVER FIRST j
F1VE IN P~RATIC E %CRL D-[A E
With sentiment on the campus .al-
inost unanimous that Michigan will
win the Big Ten basketball: champion-
hip and Probably will (10 it without
osing a single game :Edwin J. Mather,
Varsity court mentor, is visibly cha-
"rinedl at the way a small measure of
uccess has literally turned1 the Wtolv-
ine followers' heads.
"Some of these N~h eflaning people
kill- ruin more teamns than I could
mt out with this constant talk about
mi unbeaten team," Mvather declared a
my clays ago inl(discussing the sta-
oin. lie went on to explain that in
)aketball, with a team playing sever-
J lgames a week it is impossible to
ut up the same brand of b~all every,
iine out. For example, if the Var-1
;ity had gone through the Illinois
amne Saturday night with the same.
pint that characterized1 the, perform -
,nce of the Same team against 11'I. A.
'. only three nights before, the In-
tians, would {have walked 6f'f with an
werwxhelnling victory.",
' List Score Some
A toaln may outplay another on the
ioor .by. a wide miargin hut if It is not
etting the scoring breaks it will lose
o an inferior aggregation -four out,
)f five times. hMichigan has been a
ood example of this in the past three
ears. It is'a generally conceded fact
hat Mather's teami could have trounc-
,d any team in the. Big Ten at the
:lose of, last season but several slips
against weaker teams in' the early
art of the °year 'kept them out of
hamplonshlp consideration.
Since the brilliant exhibition of Sat-
rday night, Mather has been drilling
le squad ha~rd in preparation for the
rst road trip of the year which will
~Lke the Varsity to Minnesota Satur-
lay night for a tilt with the Gophers
ld to Iowa City where the hawk-
yres will be encounteredl Monday
inht. A slump Monday night in prac-
ice allowed the scrubs to garner 14
fld goals while the Varsity were ac-
emulating a. meager eight. A ,weak-
ess in following 'in on long shots' va~j
till especially noticeable and the :piv-r
ting was, for the most part, poor:
11111esota Strcigth i aow'n
Little is known lof ,Minnesota's
rength as the Northmen' have n1ov
layed ac, Big,.Tien gamze as yet. A 15try
1 defeat at the hands of "St. Olat, al
71.ai lMininesota institution, wou,:'
oint to the fact that the Gophers are
ot unusually strong but with a creel.
work the Gopher- coach may aec-
onuplish wonders.-
Down at Iowa City something eifi-I
tlt isi waiting for the Wolverines ac-
ording to Archie Hahn who saw the
o«ra-.Chicago game at Chicago Sat-
relay night. The Hawkeyes had little
-uble in d]owning Norgren's squad I
ndare woll on their way to the top)
Tthe Big Ten list. New coaching
ethods, several hand picked stars.
nd strong veteran material give theJ
(psterners one of the strongest pros I
octave- aggregations in the Confer- i

A. Fox, '2 E, R. Netzley, '26M, A. Center-Bowser, Pittsburgh I'niver- tHIalfbaeck-Mart iianu, innleso~ta
« Pierson, '26E, C. L. Hirwas, H. C. Fel- sity. I n ive c'ity.t
ver, '26B, John Heiley, '26, Joseph A. Guard---Cruisliank, Yale University. liaiflhacl-lvicksoan, Washain Eton 'T
Ilark~ovitch, '25E, Wesley" C. IPaylis. Tackle-Roberts, Center ('elege.. JefTorsoli Collee
'25, John S. DeTar, '25M, and E. Hild - Endl--Blomar, Vanderbilt UniverSil y Vlllba-ck-i lhoitas, J., Chicago ini-H.' C U TE M
nor. Quarterback--Buell, Harvard Uni- Versity.
night a RI TEAM n;Fro this group a Varsity gymna- versity. ,r ae fr et-.te
once. Much depends on the gameP I etnv l i] dcliPbiz, Jan. f Lotiis Alonzo ;
Monday night. 1 1oarng,'1TI, was chosen j:ead Co-chll (
the cirui Mo dayC IOL fl I Tr n e aa s football team atth r
ngteszttinn36-31 victory forIIH UItLIL Uiversityofenslaiystry est.1
Iliosoe hoState in a thrilling ;_ateroon The nwc'ac sueceedIs!
over time mnatch, and a 16-10 dlefeat of : I.RfCIPR i~ r l oh n "A'. Reisman who directed the
Indiana by Wisconsin. The game at, f LL 9I ICHIIIN fIIIW IIhul 1f N riirn lCtiiietfriPe slv.i
Columbus was the hardest fought seen '___ End-.Gray, Princeton Unliversity. -_________estinies_ forPennsylvani
there in years the teams being tiedlI N'rEf'0LLE) IE TF ATH1ETICV Tackrle-Th lurmaln, Pennsylvania
at 13 all at the end of the first half,,j )IA(. ZlNE P ILA1CE'. BOTH 0 ' University.Frs Shpeto
31 all at the end of the regular play- I EA tjerox\etXigiaArr m t
ing time- while the Ilini man-agedFIItS to Cne l1"tIwaUieriy
draw awtay to a dive poaint margin in Through the cooperation of hund- CetrHlIoaZnvriy
the extra five minutes. reso otalcahsadato it y Gur-ubbard, Harvard Univer1-
1,'Vlisetiuslr ' Wil,, Fist j ties throughout the country, the Inter- y' kelo'- W~osiiUivr
Inability ,of Indiana to break collegiate Athletics, national collegi- akeBeo, scni ity. j-!2OALDSON'S
through Alisconsin's defense cost the ; ate aathletic monthly magazine, has s nd-P. rr U. S. Naval Academy.
1Hoosiers a victory in their first Con- , ,. Enheeal-Aedcn--Ptbll Q ar, IT. S. an, Acdey
foec ae h otswihw~iteams from the players of the 1922 ves;y
hard fought through out, was marked CornellTh elctonler md r i1nti-siy
by the flashy w ork of E isom11, B adger an eve for diThe ttl n and num erousfo w r th on y ew l a oi t e p n o l . e m n r4 os op i ns
forwardentheroy he anothe lmen-hos op
ward1, and Rollie Williams and Gus Te On the fir'st: team rise Kilpke and the UIni One Course
blgrid stars, at guards. his i s late Iternie Kirk of Michigan. With HALSEY''S I)ANC'E STIT1)*IOS
the team that call be looked to for these twomen -on the first national ot
the most troub~le for Michigan all sea-l eleven, Michigan is the only school, in
5011. the country to place in more than one
E~ght Conference teams4 will meet; po sition. i Y1 '{{
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for the past three sa 'n C aID IIGit Ohic!i .? ' st'ilim pak th-S' w-110
recently signed a. contraict to coach at iaaJn .-B A. I '.}--D'". Vil-
X aslington and Jefferson college> . 'i3an, i OhmpOl t'si~t
lM'loeN~jlvr-l w Sp'l c I tile XNloeaini , hno
7alsin, .)a-. (fley - \ ' -Oak- 031;.He I111 ;11 annVE'sarn othe birthj
lan!. coluitx h'g1i~ la ,;: 0 1 \I 1ii-l T o z.,i i U r;,el L .1hc i :to tf..<,
rod 0ccl a l7i11 to thele( 'jsait ,11 t;_a 'cEtill leIy halt n Thursdn-ii'
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jaturciay igin, in the next; scleOli(Std

games; Michigan at Minneapolis. I THE tiATIONAL ELEIXVE N
Northwestern at Col unIbus,° Indiana End-Muller, University of Calif.
'will mneet Illinois at Urbana, while 1 h-Cihn rw 'nvriy
'Wisconsin will entertain Chlicago at C uha rd-Schwab, L alfayette College.
Madison. (Center----Garbisch, (Army) jI S Mii 1
iftary Academy.
GYM TEAM TO MEET [ nuard---Cross, Yale University.
FIST TI E OD Y ackle- Treat, Princeton Univer-i
FIRST 11+1 L = gty.
tEnd-I40rk,Funiversity ,of lMichigan.1
Candildates for the newly organized Quarterback--Locke, Iowa Univer-1
gymnasium team will meet for their Icity.
?l1aIlfac--Kipke, University ofi
Initial workout of the season in Doc-;
tor May's office at 4:15 o'clock this I Halfback-Owen, Harvard Univer-
afternoon. They .will be led through'. ;sity.
some light work on the parallel bars Fullback-Kaw, Cornell University.
by "Dick" Schultz, '25M, foriner Var-
sity pitcher. + SECOND) ELEVEN
All ment who have signed up for the? End-Taylor, U. S. Naval Academy.
squtad-are expected to be there. rThe 'rcle-Hanson, Cornell University.
following' are expectedI to relport: C. Guard-McMillen, Illinois I7niver-
W.' Davis, '26, M. M. '1lirown, '25L, 1). sity,

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