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srsIty Men &r 1Decides on ,Eight
lames for Annual Southern
Trip Sprinig Yacation
PEING CALL FORl BATTERY,
CANDIHATES IWILL BE FEB. ;12
Coach Ray Fisher yesterday 'anl-
unced the southern and home sched-
le for the Varsity baseball team for
ie coming seasen. Eight gamnes have1
en scheduled during spring ,Vaca-
an, but there are not as -many games
'yed in the south as there were last!
The Wolvcrines will meet Ijentiwky
diversity in the first game of the
ar, April 7, at Lexington. Two
ys later they will play Vanderbiltj
iversity at Nashville, staying; there
r two games. Vanderbilt will no
ubt have a good team as almost all
their veterans will be back.
Meet Georg'ia Again
The team will also have hard games
th Alabama Polytech, at Montgom-
y, and the Univer ity of Georgia at
hens. Coach Fisher's men will face.
ch of these schools in two battles.
ast year they proved to have strong,
sins and they will furnish the hard-
ipart of the southern schedule this '
ar.
Coach Fisher will call out the bat-!
Ties Feb. 12,, it it is pos5sible to put 1
net in 'the gymnasium at this time.
he following week, Feb. 11), he- will
sue the -call for the tither candidates,
If ineligibility dloes -not weaken. the
ain a fine, well rounded squad should !
pear at this time. With the e':cep-
-in of second base, veterans will be
ik for:.? very berth.
Will have Tajn Ready
'Coach Fisher is confident that he
n get the teami in good condition bie-!
re the- first' :amie of the soutleril
hedule. Hle gives' the excellent bra.nd
'ball that the team. played-last year
ithe southern tripas as proof. a
The southern andi home schedules
.es follows:

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BECOME"S CLOSE!! i Il anv A TIEl~S '
BILLA RD scurce will he spent int buying a lor-
__ -s-ing cupi which will, be given to the,
! IHO(TSE FIV F ,4 u tO ST1Ro3-xG i FPornial openiin~g o te iar- d , 4winnier.
. 'TIJRI) t)lY)) °'l N'1'll.t1 season at the Mimes will be held ill At the samesc time as the interfratern-
! AL- MI"'!ET 1,00318 ; near future with an exhihsition bey1 its toirney there will be an- All-cain-
---willie 13c'ipc, champlion 18.' halk line, pus three cushion tourney. Any manl
Wiith more thian 20 teams still Ilan 'bPliardist cf t he world, an iit( ilia- ont the campus ilb lgbet on
¢ C ing a. percentage of, 1000, jutereatt s'tei nity stratight rail billiard toiii 1W\ , pete in this, and it is hoped that men
all(on]le 'nenllM * ~ m an All-camnpus - lire cusi'hion who are in the interfraternity con-
t our ney. test, will also compete lin this one.
ternty basketball championship as to
who illbe he irs tofal frm ti~ lthiolgh a<i delinite (late has not ,The fee will also be $1 a-nd. will be used
igh pedestal when the thir'd round as yet been set for the appearance -W to buy another loving cup.
N lnr ti cranteehiiinwl , Etisfrboth tourneys should b
gams replyedna aiuiifoiin, ormaighnyplace akepateinttheer ubilliarde trnd roomte iliin ro theth
gam of te sasn. -~with in Ann Arbr.two ylars i , arUio ouincehIs s hoped as shw
t~id ($1t1 eIRaces ia will be assistedt by Charlie" Peterson, I last year a~s the. billiard room, only
- f j~v111 U* talicy shot expert, broke even, whereas the year before a
.eaia n( i i~iJ Cl ntries are being received for the considerable amount of money was
thfe 'head' of the- list int league on, 'itzfa~nt orewihilb ae
while Alphia Delta Phi and Phi Sig M nLtrlmni3 orewic'ilb a
( k-1 ~Kappa form the vanguard(in thesec- hl soon as. enough men have en-
tered. Practically all the best cue Patronize Daily' vrier.Av
,.:(3 K , ," , .*d 4 ndi league. Tlau Dlelta Phi, league three!
TAM~edwWhas been the house to withstand thec
io$4 4Yf i onslaughts of the'oIposition d(uring
the past wee-k, but its teat is equatilled Tiy (
f by "'itLby Tucker house, league four. , a new'- L o Y u e tA w y
corner ' in the fraternity, ranks,;ok Yo rBethlw y
has 'not 'yet bowed to defeat.' You'll find that, it" pays-
Beta. Theta Pi heads league fiean especiallyv he you save-
r"has afainy sure position, iaving do- .2- "whe!..
feated Sigma Chii, last year's (rater -, -m~~~Y bYh vn
hi.alijcl Alpha Tan Omega will not metic- AS ER LE NE
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bie said as to which will finally will~
L5 stotin league six. r fi 1 e' WSeamorksT
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New Tuxedo Stilts for Rental. Wild -24E.tWsigo hn 2
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WINERSPRT AE OW ON
Wermua have a 'few pairs of good NORTHLAND3 SK[S on hand..
8 Folowng i --TRY THIS POPULAR SPORT
.e , ollwin isthe basketball sched-
°I urle for the week starting 'Jan. 1,5: Auto A cce s sor ie s, Tires an, d Tubes9,
iMonday at 6 o'clock, court 1, Psi Onie-.,
ga vs. Clhi Psi; court 2, Phi Sigma -Tire
hDelta vs. Alpha. Kappa Kappa; court I~an
3, Phi Tan vs. Acacia;- court 4, Alphafole
'Delta Phi v-s. _Phi Sigma Kappa; at Denatured Alcoholfo the Radiator ;- don t it
>6:0o'clock, court ±1, Delta Sigma Ph-
'v.Alpha Chi 'Rhto; court 2, Sigma freeze. Automobile Heaters. Spot Lights
PiEpsilon vs. Sigma Delta Phi; oflUT te
court 3, Phi- Beta. Pi vs. Tau Delta Phi; TFake care of ou A TO d ringthe Cold-, veaher
ri court 4, Alpha Sigma-Phi vs. Phi Ep- Ride safe. .
i silon Pi; at ; o'clock, court 1, Xi P'si ~Rd ae
Phi vs. Phi Kappa Psi; court 2, Kap- i-
pa Beta Psi vs. Tucker House; court PRC SR1H --S R I E P O P
3, Beta Phi Delta vs. Theta Xi; court ___________________________________________________
E4, K~papa. Nu vs. Trigopn; at 9:30 o'a-m
clock, court 1, SigmnaDelta Pi vs., Sig- UMM
Ima Chi; court 2, Beta Theta Pi vs. Sig 'i..mAn lw 'bhA I T
ma Phi; court 3, Phi'. Kappa Sigma, vs,-S
IHermitage; court 4,. Lambda Chi A--TU p-o at-arwr
pha vs. Peers, at 10 o'clock ,,court 1, - ..p
Delta Sigma Pi v s Kappa Sigmia, courtti PHONE 1610310 . SA E TR T ,=
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SOUVTIJERN SCHEDULE
April 7--Kentucky uiniversity at
1lexington; April 9 and 10.-Vander-
hilt university at Nashville; April 11.E
-Alabama Poly at Montgomery; April
2---Alabama Voly at Auburn:. April
3 andV _144L U1niersity :of. Georgia, at )
Athens; April 76.'University of Cin-
.,mInati at Cincinnati.
HOME ~:SCHEDULEI
-April 21-OhiaState here; April 25.1
--X A. C. at Lansing; April 28.-Wii-I
^onsin hsere; -May 2.-M. A. C. here;
dlay v. --- Notre D am e here; M ay. - i l a h r ; M y .2 -- I -
liois at Uirbana; 'May 14.--Iowa- at
owa. City; May 18 and 19.--Minziesota
[iere , May 94 .-.4linois here'; May 28.
--Ohio State at Columbus; May ,3'4
\otre Damte at Soutlh Bend; June, 1.-
Northw'estem n 't Evanston; June 2.-
Wisconsmin t Madison.
llrbanai,,-Ill., Jan. 13-(Lly A. P.)-e
Ohio-Sateuniyersity wrestlers d6-.
featcd the Utniversity of Illinois wrest-
leis here this ', afternoon,' 14 to- 13.
Captain Martter, Conference welter-
weight champion, the "Joe Stecher of
the Big Ten," defeated Captain Tren-
kle ,of Illinois, by decision.
Mirply ,1ay Succeed 3rulealiy
-London", Ja-n., 12. -(By A.P.).-:Thio
D~aily Newrs says Richard Mulcahty
goon will give -up command of sthe
Freo State army. and be succeeded by
W. R. Murphy,- hut that Mulcalty will
continue to serve as Free State minis-
ter of defense.
In running a DAILY want ad 'Tell
enough- and sell the stough."--Aviv..
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in' sportdlin entirely disappears aft- 1
er defeat; but now and then one of
' these guys. dollsback in the dish andf
collects the mazurna all1 over again.;v
The glorious year of 1922 has witness-9
ed several, of. these returns in all 1
branchtes or:sport.
Coirehacks may contain a certain1
amclunt of luck, but most of the boys9
acquire the laurels for a second time c
by consistent plugging and a "nev-,
er-say-die" spirit. Some, of course,
have t thrust upon them and make the
surprise unanimous by showing theirI
consternation and consulting an in-c
sanity expert at once to make sure
the- old bra-in isn't doing a Vir'ginia
reel?
yAbout -the time that -folks thought
Mike 'Dowd wans ready to wrinkle.
the upholstery in the Old Men's Home
he staged a comeback and won the
Imiddleweight chainpionship (of- New
York) from Dave Rosenburgh o-n a
I foul. - Alike returns to the spotlight
in one sense .of the word. notwith-
standing the existence 0of Johnny Wil-
{son and Bt-yan Downey, both CI .Whom0
lay claim to the bacon. Mike is thor-,I
oughly recognh'veI in certain localities.
A few precincts are yet to be heard
from,. ho, ever.
Willie Hoppe, playing wonderful
billiards in the -international tourna-
meat in New York, wvent through the
contest without a defeat and triumph-
ed over Jake Schaefer, his conquer-
or of a year qgo. H-op~pe once more
stand:, as international 18.2bak
bakline billiard champion,
jAnother notable comeback of the
:year is Joe Lynch, 'who lost his ban-
Tani title to Pete Herman some time
ago and regained the emblem when
ihe outwhacked Johnny Buff. I
I Comuebac~ks in baseball during 1922
wre plentiful a-s' department store
ISanta .clauses, but one of the most in-
teresting of this return ticket fratern-

ity was old" Babe"-Adams of the Pitts-
burg Pirates, world's series hero of
LIO.;.
This gent has been relegated to the
frontier, of back numbers since Hector
wore rompers, but always comes bacl
good and strong. Old Babe, witha
percentage of .421, stands as 13t]
hurler in the National league and al-
lowed buit 15 bases on balls in 27
games.. This after the wise one pre-
dicted that Adams would 'fiivver lasl
s ea son.
A mysterious individua-l with silver
whiskers, generally known as "0ld
Doctor Dope," is busily engaged un-
corking a set of alibis.
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