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ICHIGAN COURT TEAM SUFFERS
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Theta. Pi vs'. Hermitage; court 3, Sig- 1~
Beta Psi vs. Kappa Nu; at 10 o'clock, K TEMWO K
court. 1, Lambda Chii Alphia vs. Alpha t
Tan Omega;: court 2, Delta Sigma P 31iD TDS~ EEK
Sigma; court 4, Phi Mu Alpha vs. Nu i9T 1 E K

playing together. Probably m ore sear-, arrangements are merely tentative. It,
ing would have lone if it were not for i s hoped that -.n interesting schedlule
the fact that "Old Sol" wanted a liEt- b llIe engineered lbecause hockeoy
tie of the limelight dluring the past st~ock 0on the campus has risen in
week alnd thereby liayed havoc with leaipsand bounds and the sport bids
the lee. Several times Eddie ahn lU fi to take its place in the athletic
or Captain Macfluff would snake theE spotlight. of the University. t

(eiptain ly and Cappon Both Hurt
1in ( gHe.Tr ,Aai1 nst HaivE es.
FIELD GOAL IN, LAST- FEIV
SE~I JS LOSES IOWA TILT

Carrying the scars of 2a terrific bat-
Gi at Iowa City the Varsity basketball-
squad arrived hoine yesterday after-
~nprn from the first western trip of theu
1923 season with an easy victory over
Nfinnesota 'Saturday, night anid.a
heart breaking last minute loss tc
Iowa Monday night for the next edi-
tion of the recordJ book.
It is doubtful if a Michigan basket-
ball. team ever played-in a more-slam
banrg encounter than the one at the
western school Monday night. It was
a see ;ya affair frooi the first wistle
until the en'd with both fives fighting'
desperately, for the advantage. Mich-
igan amnassed A five point lead near the
end of the game and seemed well- on
the way to her third successive Con-
ference victory but a Hawkeye, field
goal and two free throws cut down
the margin to 17 to 16.'
LonK Shot Wiis- Game
,Wt0 .25, seconlds to play and Mich-
igan -holding' a one point lead there
wvas ti jump just in front of the Wol-
vcrnue bench which wvas situated in
alfout the middle of the court. Burg-
itt suceceeded in taking the ball on the
jump and. passed to Manse who re-
turned to ;Burgitt who. had Moved even
back of- the position. where he had
jumped for, the. ball. The Nawkeye
center with 'no opportunity to work,
the ball down under the basket for -a
shot and the timers already to fire
the closing gun shot -from his position
in mid court and the ball- dropped,
from the back board into the hoop{
for the deciding counter.
Iowa has a strong team and one that
should go far in the Big Ten race' but
on form alone Michigan should have
lead Monday's game.' 'neither Coach:
Mlathe r or .any of his. men are mak-
ing alibis :nor decr'ying Iowa's strength
or hlei' Delforrnnce of iMonday. They
realize that the Iowans received the
lucky break that so often wins. games
and are planning. for the return visit
of the westerners here Mar. 3,
Injuries Handicap T~eAjn~
In. addition to the blow of the Iowa,
loss, the team received two costly in-
juries which, iftht~ey -prove'-as serious
as " feared,: will,. be almost fatal 'to
championship hlopes:.Cappon sustained}
.a-,everely bruised heel 'near the end
of, the Minnesota tilt Which prevented
Will fronm W~l1ing. for thle.%reniader
of. the tine ,and lm'hy keep, huxn'out oft
play for the rest of the week. Capi-
ta n ly received injuries at .Iowa
City, the extent of which have not been,
aserttained' as yet. A broken collar
bonae is feared by menmbers, of .Zhe
squfad a. this would keep the Wolver-
Ine'.Jeder oukt for at least the rest of
they, semnester.
.Cappon's absence in the Iowa game
nm iy have had. something 'to, to with,

the final result. It has been Mather's
plan of attack' to keep alternating3
Paper and Kipl e in order to keep the
!attack speeded uip; they. are his
f"punch." With both of these men
forced to stay in. for the entire game
they were not as well able to burn
things tip as they usually are andl ash
ta result the Maize and Blue attack
may have Been slower at times. Also,
Caippon- is a tower, of strength under
the basgket and few teams have been
able to take the ball off the back I
board, from him.
.lather Says Iowa Wton,
Coach Mather had lit tie to say about'
the Iowa game when he returned yes-
telday outside- of the fact that it was
one ,of tho bast lie has ever seen. The
coach has nothing but sincerest praise
for the I'Iawkeye team and believes
that It will. be a difficult proposition to
dislodge Iowa from its present com-
manding position in the Big Ten race
Ini as mucht as it has an easy sched-
uale with the exception of the 'other
Michigan 'game and two clashes with
Northwestern. Other teams which
Iowa meets this year are Indiana,.
Chicago, Minnesota, and Ohio State.
Michigan will meet M. A. C. at East
Lansing Saturday night in the see.-
ond of the annual series between the
tnstitutions. 'With Northwestern
biledtfor. Waterman gym Monday
niJght 11-ather nlans. to take no
chances on any more; of hiis regulars,
having two out now, and will send the
entire second string outfit against the
Aggies.
Ptirple Presents BirObl em
North western - presents the problem
of the Conference at the present.
Victories over Ohio State and Purdue
have given the Purple great prestige.
all around the circuit and cgacles
are beginning to plan for them ahead
-of time.. Four letter winners fromn last
year and one from two years ago are
the men who compose the. first five
and have been working miracles for
the Evanston school.
Intramural Items

court 1, Alpha1 Chi Sigmna vs. Beta- Clhi;
court 2, D~elta Tau Upsilon vs. Delia
Chii; court 3, Phi Delta Kappa vs. Sig-'
ma Niu; court 4, Phi Beta Delta vs.
Phi Clii; at- 6:30 o'clock, 'court 1, Del-
ta Alpha Epsilon vs. Psi Upsilon;
court .2, Phi CGamma Delta vs. Tpau
Epsilon Phi; court 3, Pi Kappa Al-+
pha vs. Alpha Rho Cho; court 4, Phl
Delta Theta vs. Cygnus: at 7 o'clock,
court 1, Delta Tau Delta v Phi Del-
ta EAsilon; court 2, Alpha Signia vs.
f eta BetaIt'au ; court 3, 'Theta Deltal

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Tomorrow night will' finish the
fourth round and the following teams
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---- '"puck to within scoring dlistance only,
Coach B3arss Coovi it ,After" Wiseon- to have their attempt', foiled by thei Irish Execute Four
sin Series Tha't Hockley Squad tricky ice. Footing, was unsure and I )ubfin, Jan. 15-(By A. P.)-FourF
Needs C (onsiderable Pracile this hadl its effect on ther. Badgesrsas men were executed at Rosecrea and
Iwell as 911 the Michigan team. on! tCrob h Fe tt oen
TENTATIneERANAXE EN t 4 nesureofstsfciob ande ent today, it is officially announced.:
FAI)E POR GAEtS THIS WEEK the work of the veterans MaLcl)uxff The charge against thema was pos-
+ Kahn, and Comb, was the playing of Iestno rs
the wing-s and the center'. Beresford, ... O rs
Coach Barss has this Varsity hockey Anderson and H-enderson, although itj
squad working out daily this week !Was their first game with the Varsity,'"
after their welcomed victories over the
a v v i e n e o f a l i tl n c r t a n "vi s o sf e x e t e A n t e . t w i n e o r dlin a r y a b~ ilit y a n d w i th a m pt le ex -
series last Friday and Saturday nights p~erience should prove valuable matir-1
at the Coliseum. ial. Lindstron, at center, in 5suite of
Although hockey fans dlid not ex- the handicaps of lack of exe rience 7
pect the team to lose both games they aInd the tbad ice, showed what coot-I
were more than elatedl to see the t dintation. in athletics means. Int one'
Wolverines make a clean sweep.] or two flashes lie surprised[ everyone,
Coach Barss is satisfied with the re- by his quick action andl readiness.
suit: considering the conditions but !a ly ohr
he saw several things which 60onvinc- Thei3'e is nothing definite as tioI

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Chii vs. D~elta Kappa Epsilon ; court
4, Delta Sigma Delta vs. Delta Ulpsi-j
loni; at 9:30-o'clock, court 1, Delta
Theta Phi vs. Phi IDelta 'Chi; court 2,
Phi Rho Sigma Vs. Sigma Alphat Ep-
silon; court 3, senior lits -vs. upper
dents; court =i, junior engineers vs.;
sophi engineers; at 10 o'clock, court
1, lawes vs. junior fits; court 2, phiar- °
mics vs. soph1 lits; court 3, senior en- I
gineers vs. upper architects; court 4,
lower dents vs. fresh engineers.
Tlhe fifth and last round of the tour-
nament will be held next week, sched-
ul obe announced later. Also, some
of the teams that were scheduled to
play 'have been unable to play at the
time scheduled in the past and will
have a chance to play their full - quo-!
ta before examinations come. Those
teams that are tied for the lead in
their league at the finish will play,-
between themselves in order that the
champion.; of each league may be de-
tided, .for no two teams will enter the
elimination series as the champions
of their league.
The elimination series will follovI
the close of the league season, the
winners of which will be presented
with a silver loving cup.
PliESHMAN GYM LASE
WILL BE TESTET) AG;AINY
~Freshiman gymnasium classes be-
ginning tomnorr~ow will be put through
the second series o'ff physical efficiency
ftests in an effort to ascertain what
improvement has .been made during
the..course, of the semester.. The re-
suits obtained will be compared with
the performances of the freshmen in
their tests given at the start of the
school year.. -
Three groups, of examinations will
be given tomorrow -in chinning, broadI
Jump and shot,..put. Dr.' George A.
May,, director.- of Waterman rgymna-
slumn expects. to have completed the:
entire second series of tests b~efore the!
end of next week.
j oyal Engagement Announced
London, Jan. 15-(By A.P.)-The!1
engagement of Prince Albert, the
Duke of York, second son otf King.
George and Queen Mary,. to Lady Eliz-
abeth Bowes-Lyon, is announced in a
court, circular Issued -today.

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ed nhi-nat plenty of practice ri illJ garnes this week end. It wvas expected
be needed by his, men. Neither of the th~at the teami would play a two. gamnej
teams last week end showed aniything i series at Wisconsin and then journey
like 'organiszed team Wo~rk or simooth' to Alinneapolis for a two me en-
comilhations. This ,is easily explained! counter with Minnesota on the fol-
by the lack of pac tice of baothi aggre- lowing Mondlay and Tuesday but these
gations.
Second Gamime Shiowy4 linproveinent
The work of the Wolverines in the
second game was somewhat of a rev-:; 'W e: Use the Most Approvedi
elation compared .to their work on the Sse fTahn
preceding evening. The men seemied ' BALLROOM DANCING
to understand each 'other', style of HALSEY'S -DANCE STUDIOS
play and wer'e more accustomed to___________________
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Scut2 , Psi Oinega vs: Phi Tau; court
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