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THE MICI

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THE MIC 7JAN OAIL'I

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the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
Copy received until 3:30 v. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturday.)
THUR$DAY, tJANfARY 1i, 1923 Number 78

New York Man'
Fight Cotton
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consin. le feels that the progress
made so far is as much as can be
expected and is certain that rapid ad-
vance will be0 made in the sport at
Michigan because of the enthusiastic
attitude of students and players.
Willard Denies
Frame Up Story

an's Advisory Committee, College of Literature, Science, and the Ars:
There will be a meeting of the Dean's Advisory Committee on Satur-
r, Jan. 13, at 2:30 p. m. in the Dean's office.
JOHN R. EFFINGEI.
ecutive Board, Graduate School:
There will be a meeting of the Executive Board of the Graduate School
Thursday, Jan. 11, at 4 p. m. ALFRED I. LLOYD.
iversity Senate, Postponement of Meeting:
It has been found necessary to postpone for one week the meeting of
University Senate called for next1Monday. The meeting will be held
Monday, Jan. 22, at 8 p. in., in Room C in the Law buildin r
JOHN W. BRADSHAW,
Secretary of the Senate.

New York, Jan. 10.-In answer to a
report given circulation today, Jess
Willard, former heavyweight chain-
pion, declared that he had voiced no
insinuations that the bout in which
he lost his title to Jack Dempsey at
Toledo was not fought on the level.
"I never intimated that there wasI
anything wrong with the bout," the
ex-champion stated emphatically. "I
want to win back- the title without any
mud-slinging, and in this case, I can
say that Dempsey won through no un-
derstanding with me or any of my ad-

RIFLECLUB 6GRANTED
The University of Michigan Rifle
club was granted official recognition
by the office of the Dean of Men
shortly before the beginning of the
Xmas vacation. This club has for its
aim the promotion of rifle shooting
in the University, and the furthering
of competition in firing as a sport be-#
tween Michigan and the colleges and
universities. Any man on the campusi
is eligible for membership.
A challenge from DePauw univer-
sity for a match on March 31 has been
accepted, and preparations are under
way for several other matches, among
them the city rifle team of Ann Ar-
bor.
The purpose of the club is not so
'much in the gathering together of men,
who are already finished shots as to
develop men into good shots, and
coaching is furnishel to all members.
Contest Legislature Speakerslip
Booms for the 1923 speakership of
the state legislature already are vn-
der way. Among the names heard are
those of Rep. John Stevenson, ;' De-
troit. Peter D. Lennon. of Lenncn, and
Charles Evans, of Tipton.
Algler Made Association Secretary
Prof. Ralph W. Aigler, of the Law
school, was elected secretary of the
Association of American Law schools,
at a meeting of that organization in
Chicago during the holidays.
Try a Classified Ad-it pays.-Adv.
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C. C. FRIES.

osmopolitan Club:
Meets in Wesley Hall Thursday evening, Jan. 11, at 7:30 p. m., Mr.
[oran, of the Western Union Telegraph and Cable Company of Chicago
peaks on "The World Cable Situation". Important business meeting fol-
)ws. Public invited to Cable lecture.
J. A. C. HILDNER.
F. W. HOORN.
Ipha Nu:
The regular meeting will take place on Jan. 12 at 7:30. The try outs
ar the mid-west debating team will take place at this time. In the
usiness meeting the nomination of officers for the next semester will take
lace. Or Saturday, Jan. 13, all members should be at Spedding's Studio
> have their pictures taken for the Michiganensian at 1:30.
ELMER SALZMAN.

Dr. Miller Reese Hatchison
Dr. Miller Reese Hutchison, clec-I
trical engineer and inventor, of New
York, has been chosen to lead a new
war against the boll weevil by the
American Cotton association. Mr.
Hutchison will experiment with violet
ray apparatus in the hope of finding!
a method of eliminating the cotton
pest At present calcium-arsenate
will be sprayed on the cotton blos-
soms in time to sterilize the eggs and
kill the weevil.
Varsity Hockey
I- Squad Selected

L 0. T. C. Band:
Rehearsal Thursday 7:15 p. m. at

Newberry Hal".

F. W. HOORN.

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WHAT'S GOING ON
OTICE-Vopy for this column should{
be submitted by 4:80 o'clock .of
the day before publication.
THURSDAY
S:00-X;cutal faculty luncheon in Un..
ion.
:00-ExeCutive board of the Graduate
school meets.
:044-Excla age club dinner in Union.
00-Varsity Glee club meets in read-
ing room, Union.
:15--Alpha Delta Sigma smoker 1r.
room 225, Union,.
:5 -160.1 . C. band rehearsal at
Newberry hall.
:30-C-orlos Garcia speaks in roomu
205, Tappan hall. Topic, "Columibian
Poets."
:30-Sigma Delta Chli meets in Union.
:30--Gun and Blade club meets in
Union.
FRIDAY
:00-Law faculty luncheon in Un-
ion.
:00-Union dinner dance in Assem-
bly hall. Union.
:30-Alpha Ni meets in club room..
fourth floor, University hall.
00-Sl. Paul's Young Peoples' soc!-
ety meets at 420 West Liberty street
for sleigh ride.
:30-Ilobart guild dance at Harrisl
hall for members and guests.
.11elass officers mustE ave their pie-
tures for the Michiganensian taken
at once as these must be in- the
hands of the engravers this week.
ryouts for either the photographic or
business staffs of the Michigan Optic,,
the new University rotogravure
magazine, will please report at the
Optic offices, third floor of the Un-
ion any day this week between 3:30
and 5 o'clock. All but first semester
freshmen are eligible.1
11 group pletres for the 1$23V eh-
tganenslaz must be, taken duringI

the month of January. All frater-

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nitiesvsororities, house clubs, and (Continued from Page Six)
campus organizations must pay forl perience both on the informal teams
their space in the 'Ensian before here and on amateur teams through-
these pictures can be taken. Ap- out the north.
pointments should be made with Kahn is another veteran and stellar
photographers direct. defense man. His playing is some-'
what similar to that of Mac Duff, be-
ing fast and steady. His presence
90lTlIHIOR S will be a big factor and both he and
Mac Duff should work havoc with the
offense of most teams. Comb, in goal,
has had his baptism of fire also and
In tram ural Items his playing is reliable. Peterman has
developed with remarkable speed un-
der the tutelage of Barss and ready
(Continued from Page Seven) to take is place in the combination.
Hockey practice for class teams to- Good Wings Developed
iThe wings were a source of worry
night will be as follows: all-medics, to the coach whenh e first took
Kerli, 609, have the ice at 5:30 o'- charge but with the presence of Beres.-
clock, and the senior engineers under ford, Henderson, and Anderson, much
Burke, 7134N, are scheduled to go on will be seen as to the effectiveness of
at 6 o'clock. the team. These men lack experience
but have, enough speed and natural
M c that are playing on the fresh-, ability to make good. Lindstrom and
men asketball squad are hereby noti-- Hoskings will be seen in action for the
fled riat they forfeit their right to first time, also, and will be given the,
continue withythat squad if they play test of competition. The coach intends
vith their fraternity in the cbming to give all there men a chance, if pos-
,aies. sible, as it is the best way to get data
on. hi; men.

visers. ..
"I did, however, say last night that
conditions at the, Toledo bout were
not of the best. I referred only to
the fact that Dempsey was out of
the ring for a minute and a half be-
tween the first and second rounds and
if the officials had kept their heads I
would have been awarded the deci-
sion automatically, as I was ready to
go on with the second round at the
time it should have been called."
Wrestlig Coach
Meets Mat Squade
Coach Botcher, new wrestling men-
tor, made his initial appearance in
his new position Tuesday afternoon in
Waterman gymnasium when he work-
ed out with more than 15 wrestling
enthusiasts.
Considering the conception that
many students had formed that wrestl-
ing was not going to be taught this
year, the first turnout was gratifying,
Coach Botcher expressing his appre-
ciation at the number appearing and
the favorable attitude that all of them
took toward the work ahead.
The main part of the first workout
consisted of learning holds to be tak-
en from the standing position. Coach
Botcher working with one of the men
demonstrated them effectively and
added a little comment with each as
he went through tiem.
Botcher will be at the gymnasiun.
every Tuesday and Friday afternoons
from 3 to 5 o'clock until further no-,
tice, and is, planning to get his pro-
teges in fine.shape for the coming
fraternity and Intramural wrestling
tournaments,. which will be held
i sometime after the start of the second
semester.
Sigma Delta Chi Meets Tonight
Sigma Delta Chi, national profes-
sional journalistic fraternity, will

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CALENDARS AND DIARIES

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Entries for Independent, Church
and Society basketball leagues have
>)een slow in arriving at the Intramur-
dl office., Athletic managers of th.:
,society and Church teams are request-
3d to organize and send in their teams
as quickly as possible. Independents
ghat play basketball are urged to or-
,anize teams and enter the Independ-
nt "league in order that play can be
satdin the near future.
Firesiuman hockey Practice Tonight
Freshman lit hockey practice will
Lbe held at 10 o'clock tonight in the
Coliseum. All freshmen who are in-
terested in playing hockey and who
care to tryout for the team shouldap-
pear at practice this evening. Ac-
cording to the manager of the team
more tryouts are needed.
New Tuxedo Suits for Rental. Wild
and Co. State Street.--Adv.
Patronize Daily Advertisers.-Adv.

Not much can be learned of the meet at 7:30 o'clock this evening in
strength of the Badgers but they have the Union. This is the first meeting
always been represented by strong ag- since the Christmas recess and, as
;regations in the informal games of matters of utmost interest are to be
the past. Just what the chances are considered, all members are urged to
for a Wolverine victory in the series I attend.
cannot be said. The coach would '-
vouchsafe no opinion until after see- f New Tuxedo Suits for Rental. Wild
ing his men in action against Wis- and Co. State Street.-Adv.
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