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TANK COACH ARRIVES -TO TA KE
CHARGE OF WOLVERINE NATATORS

THESE MENARE KEEPING MIC IIGAN IN AC~E NIDPpE W1IU_ S IOW H[
: iN EXHIBITION JAl. 23

:national tourney in New York. Bil-
I lard enthusiasts are am ious to see
Hloppe who has not been here for twvo
years.
Hioppe will be assisted by Charlie
Peterson, fancy shot expert. Peterson
is an excellent man in his line and will
be a strong dra~wing caret himuself.
Tikets, will go on sale at the desk
in the billiard room of the union next

rStrry Brownt, Vrner Washiit in
Lniiersity Mentor, YWi, Sgnad
ont First DPay
.AS INS IIIV'JION SYST11E
SAID TO BIE 1,Y)OVATION
With the introduction, yesterday af-
mroon, of WV. Sterry Brown, untilI
few days past coach of swimming~ at
ashington University, St. Louis, as
Ichigan's Varsity tank mentor, real,
ork began in earnest down at the Y.I
;. CA. pool.
Couch Brown made more than a
istinctly favorable impression uponr
1e 35 or miore men who turned out
r his, initial appearance. The new-
t addition to Michigan's coaching
gff; who arrived here Monday. morn-
gf_ after two days of steady driving
,om his former location,.displayed. at1
ice his ability, his interest, and his'.
termnation to turn out 'for"'tae
olvairines a premier Varsity tank
yam that will place Michigan ,firmily'
1the aquatic map of the Big Ten.
* :lie)Wlg'an M3an"
"I _.am v-ery happy to be at -Michl-
in"oach Brownl said in a brief ad-
Sto ~ the team before thesato
,tice'. "I am a Michigan mnan
trough a-;nd through, and I. am. here
amy last coaching job. If I cannot
Lrn out here at Michigan a team that
ill be a worthy representative of the
;ool that is my parents' Alma Ma-
r I am through coaching."t
That Sterry will make good was
inced. by opinfons. expressed by
embers of the squad before the prac-
*e session. It wa~s the unanimous}
rdict that Coach Brown knows,
uimming and how to impart it, and,
,v~ding to all of the candidates, is
Oire than capable of handling the sit-

style in the record breaking time of
19:1, a fifth of a second below theI
existing Big Ten mark, while Hub-
bard followed a fast 100 with a snap-
py 150 yard back stroke that was;
more'-than plIeasing to Coach Brown.
Brown is pleased w ith the prospects
for an ex:cellen t year, although he is
not over-enthused. ,he difiiculties of
eligibility with several of thie bright-
est of the aquatic stars wily have to
be settled by the semester examina-
tions before Coach Brown can be i
certain of the m'en with whom he has
to work.
With the opening meet with 1M. A. C.
but a little over a week distanat, the
Wolverine ;tank mien twill have to makef
the most of their time to round into
shape. it will not be a powerful team
that 'will face the Aggies, owing. to'ex- I
Sisting scholastic difficultie's that it is
hoped Nwilt be remedied by the "con-
c lusion of the semester. U;owever, the
squa d that will journey -to Lansing{
will, in all proba bility, be, well bal-
anced, though- without an y really ex-
ceptional swdimmars. Trhe existing el-
igibility situation is giving many mnen
a chance who would otherwise have'
comparatively little oppprtunity, and1
all ot the candidates are going at to4 I
speed.1
It is expected that a cut in theI
squad will bc, made early~ next week,i
and the team for the Aggie jaunt an-l
nounced a few dcays later.

IVILIL PLAY W'ITHP ITERSON'
'Al UNION ROOM

Monday. As this, will m~ark the open-
A definite dlate has been set for, the # ag of the 1923 billiard season, it is
I xhiibition appearance of Willie Hop-1 hoped that many will turn out to see
pe. orlds campin 132 blk lne i the exhibition.
pe. rd's h mionld 18.2 balkU ionebil-. , Entries' are being received fr the
I lirdit o theword, t th Unon ib interfraternity straight rail billiard
liaid room, Tuiesday, Jan. -23. tourney in fair shape. This contest
Hoppe wvill give a performance in (Continued on Page Eight)
the afternoon and evening' in the tourn- -
i aent room at the Union. Hoppe af~t- ; fyuhv oetiglsfud
er losing his cham:pionship a year safYorren t, meipldostolnd;
ago, is again -playing wonderful bil- jfrslfr It ipacdo tln
Biards and defeated Jake Schaefer, his j make sure that it is so -%ith* a DAILY
conqueror of a year back in the inter- classified. Call 060.--Adv.

Captain Eta'', Center

With seven "142" men on his basket-
ball' squad, including the five who
were starting ' all of the games the!
last part of the 1922 campaign, Coach
E. J. Mather has succeeded in round~-
ing into shape an aggregation that
hias made a wonderful showing in the
Big Ten season to date.
An overconfident campus is the big-
gest fly in the ointment f or the hard
working mentor at the present time.,
He fears that too much talk of Big
Ten championships and an undefeated
team will have the worst possi.ble ef-

George Ha~ggemly, Forward Hlowatrd Birlis, (tiiard
fect on his pupils and slow them up derson is the other "M" winner On I
'to the point where they will lose et- the guard.'
fectiveness. Mather doesn't hesitate I n addition to this array of talent
to say that no team can go through j Mather is grooming MVeWood and Rice l
a sesonin te Wsten Cofernceagainst any unforeseen complications
without bowing to an opponent. Ithat may arise during the course of a '
Captain Ely, at center, bill Miller 'hard schedule. Last year he had Pi-
and George H-aggerty, forwards, and per and Birks to rush into the breach
Cappon and Paper guards, is the con- when the men he had counted upon
bination that Mather has been start- were forced out of the game.
ing. Kipke has seen service in all -
of the games while Birks, veteran-
guard, has been incapacitated for ac-
tive duty by illness recently. Hen-~ ''k-~X~ L~

Frank Brothers
FIFTH AVENOE BQQT SH-OP
OUR REPRESENTIATIVE
EXHIBITS AT
ALL THIS WEEK

Wussoliiil Hea-ds Aviation Cnmislon
Rome, Jan. 16.'--(By AJ. )-Premier'
Mussolini has announced that 'for' the
present ,time he will act as head of
the aviation cor-mission for th~e new
Italian government.

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Coach Brown's. system of coaching
san innovation' in collegiate aquatic
ircles. Whereas the greater number
f coaches correct faults from watch- 1
ng the word of the candidates, Brown
tarts, even with veteran swimmers,
,' the very fundamntals of the sport,
emonstrating every angle of co-or-
ination from dry land before allow- I I
ig his proteges in the water.
Squiad Breaks Records.
The work yesterday afternoon was
bri ied to simple exercises, after the 21
ew mentor had looked over the work
f his charges.. Every man wentj-
trough his paces, several making ex- -
eptional showings. Kearns, for thej
rst~ time this year, touched the end~
f the pool in a 60 foot plunge, al-_
hough it took him a few seconds over U
he time permitted to mnake the trip. i
ack Gow ripped off a 40 yard freeI

Indoor and Outdoor
het Equlipment
Everytldin foir
ever sprtin-
+ Cluding5 sweaters,
jerseys, shoeCs, etc.
Ctloou~e sent on request
S. State St., Chicago, UlL

Eating May Be a Habit!
Make your Lun 2hes a pleasure
by eating at
Tuttles Lunch Room

338 Maynard St.

and

South of Majestic

FEBRUARY
find many of us.
car'eless or for some
unknown cause
subjects for various
Troublesome Ailmnents.

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VICTOR 3ALLM4ENDINGER,
PIANO TUNING
School- of M~usic Tuner
PHONE 806~
Office at lRes., 418 N. Division St.
You Will1 Learn More Rapidly
In a Few
PRIVATE LESSONS
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Vaccines
always in stock.

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PROPRIETOR

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Phone ..795-W
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Student Supply Stores"

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