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-IIreserves. The coach plans 'to senq
urday night for the game against the
Iuhirni0% i Aggis as he does not want to, ta.kc
j the chance of losing any more of his
[men before the game with the Evans-,
Capttain Ely, ClIPP011' Uiible to Playsir it much more imnportant to hlavq
In_ Comning Encounter wvith . the team in shape to play iits Coner_',
1TOrt fvesterll ence games than to make too mnuchf
of the M.A.C. tilt.
SECO-ND STIAG MEN T10 FA('jE Coach Mather plans to open the
AGGIdES ON CQM1 rjrn{ SAURDY gmeStudynight with McWood at

! e tin, i iji'ac 'JL i~y. AL zneLlit
Coacli Edwin, J. Mather announcedj ward b~erths will be fiend erson andi
last night that the injuries sustained McGregor while Rice and Paper will
by Captain Ely and Cappon in the has- lprobably take care of the guard po-
ketball games against Minnesota and sitions. It is possible however that
Iowa -last week- may necessitate theh ipi;lilke may get into' the game 1.17orf
absence from tihe lineup3 next V on short while.
day night *hen the wolverines ik-
on the fast Northwestern court 1,v o ST AC TODAY
in their next Conference encounter,
Examination of Ely's shoulder by!' FROM' GARYT TRIP
University medical authorities showX- i
ed that several ligaments iwere torni Cox ilig I otW rc ttrn
and the Varsity leader will bn forcce oc e'ednIf otwl
to remain on the disabled list for t1w! to Ann Arbor todlay from Gary, In-
remainder of the week and probably liana, where lie spc le last night at
out of the Northwestern contest. Cali a banquet of the two hitgh1 c boo?,.
Pon is suffering from a'bruised heel, there.' This makes the third city~
His injury which was receivedJ in thcc that the coach has visited this week,
Minnesota game compelled him to re-! having spoken in Hastings, lvich..
main on the sidelines during the til't i Monday night at a Rotary club and
withi the Hawkeyes and hias shownI high school banquet and in Detroit'
041ly slight imnprovement thus far ina Tuesdlay night.
the week. In Detroit Coach Yost was the guesrt
)'ecw Jinx Apliears of the Detroit university, end- a gze t
The Michigan basketball jinx thi.:: l of honor at the reception given that
year has appeared to come in the form 'nighlt for "Germany~ Schultz, '10, Dc-
of injuries instead of the loss of the troit university's new coach. Schultz,
first few games of the schedule. Durl one of Yost's All-Amnerican nmen, sup-
ing the Christmas vacation Birks, vet-4 encodes James Duffy as D)etroit's foot-
cran guard from last year, was take~i ball coach.
Ill and has not. yet come back to thc
squad. This coupled with the possiblf) Big
loss of Ely and Cappon puts Coact: Bi Ten Stini
Mather in a serious predicament as 1 __
mid-season nears-as hiq has only Mil- W..L1. Pct.
ler, Kipke, and Papcr as veteran.? I Wisconsin...........3 0 1.0011
available for use. -The Varsity amen- I ow............ ,....2 0 1.000
tor's entire team play this year has'. l igali ............. l .fI
been built around the five mnen who Illinois................ 1 .667
started the games and Birks. Losint; Northwestern . .... ...2 1 .667
three of his six men is an almost un-, Minnesota.............. t .000
surmountable han(licap. Purdue ..............0 1 .000
.)fC1V6j 1Relieves Fly! Chicago.............0 2 .000
Mather gave the first' team a rest 'Ohio State ........ ,...0 2 .000
last night and' worked only with thi Indiana ..............0 2? .000
C O L U M N Ii u i
r lmuioe vhaes(o Cntsayer2wordinimudatheaiteradvac.Three
imuz harge or: Cntsap2er wordmamdayrpafteradvane. Three
cents per word per' day if charged. White spuce charged for at rate
Iof 5c per -agate line. Classifled, charged only to tbo, e having phones.!
Liner -tates: Twelve cents per line, without contract, paid in advance.j


Yost Says Football Is Real' Intramural ItemsFR TDN
JFractor In College Training' Tonight will bring the following,,-,0 N S, R E
---teams against each other in the tr'a- 5
American youth-s in too many homes i ryibenefit that is us ally der ivedl ternity and class basketball leagues
ef the nation livea life of lu xury wind fromr it. The schedule follows: at 0 o'c lock., 2 c DAY O NIt 6 1
sptiLOO n11:flltinlue (onithe soft, es"Thsdfiut anb lmntd court 1, Alpha Ci Sigma. vs. Beta ' '207
cush. lionls o1* utcmobilses, in the opin-; arranging schedules so as to cause court 2, Delta Tani 1psilonl '. . Dltat: N. uu
ion of Fieflding IL Yost, Michigan ;p les to miss as fe-cassesaspos- Clhi; court 3, PhIi lDelta Napp1;)i vs. 4
c rach, who tod'ay emphasized the valuek sib~le, byr limiting the length of prat- ma Nu; court 4, Ph i leta D elta s<.
of football in develoining "that uncoil- Ilice periods and by seeing that thie Phi Chi; at 6:30 o'clock, court 1,.~l
qluerable fighting s1mrit so badly need- sceueso hesaondtote-o Alpha Epsilon vs. Ps i p ilon
col in our Aerican hf ~j tend over too long a period of time.cut2 h amalet s a
Playing the piopular college game Alfobl ceue udcoe Epsilon Phli; court. , 1'i 1 appa Al-
will cultivate the dualities -of determ- biy Thanksgiving clay. At the same pha vs. Alpha Rho (Chl; court. 4, Phi tethsboswllartoac-,
ination, persistence and. courage, the; m hs oswlllant an-Delta Theta vs. {?ygnus ; a 0-,7 oeok
veteran inlentr er cclasred, that canflee themselves to a group or ins'titu- cort' DeltaTuD]s~s ~ -.-
nowhere be lbetter learned than on the tin for thle attainment of a commton ta Elsilon: curt 2, Alpha ISiav-:.I
gridi'ons. Coach Yost believes thatI goal, which means that they w~ill learn Zeta Leta. Tau.; court 3, TI..:r a D14r
footall asxvel asothr atletcsco-operation, team play, loyalty andliiv.Dt ap pio 0 h
should remain a contributing factor of; service. Likewise, they will cultivate 4 et im et sl&t :i
(:~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~h lle'ge training, as the snc't will toil-ai is f etrintinl n; at; 9:,'0 oclock, Cloli t ,Dea
able collegians to become better fittest power , persistence and courage, both Theta Phii vs. Pi De3,lta iii; cou~: 2
for their acdarehrsical. hi Rho o i v-. >> ' .
for their careers. I"Even those who do. no, par'ticipate ,ps'-
"This is the one virile American ~~l;cnt. ::~i r I ;
game and it is needled b~adly in our j telesnsoesrvcfadby= court 4,ii
Amrca if,' oc Ys si."'h alty~ which ipelnleates the student at-- sp nier;;a Uo ~l.(~'
rmefits are derived not only by the I ephr s eul - otbal' 1, las v. hi, '0io i S ; enitrt 2, phar-
tlhousfands who uly the game, but!- mica '.-s. s~oi lIits; court 3, ┬░'eflior on2-
by the mianly more tousands who twit- i talu rIJo k y giliesis vs. uIppor a1'(ito('z,; court 4.
ness these conteszts. Our b~oys inl too' lower (louts vs. fresh engineers.
many homdes livea life of lulxury and l-
ease an dI s pend too m uch of their tim e 1frecsh fits lieste dl junior engineers, The fifth and last r rou o'n d 01 -thth o t ea y c sb o s o u o le - , T u s a ig t i t e fr t a tpn:oil e fi l ea , w ,'R eh '-- -4 % A V
on he at ey cshion of t a vem-, i, tesdayanghtoin theurst gat a 1wr o bwll he hld ~l 1er. \Ye, s5(112th-
to) fit them as men--real men, are the i Winebeg's coliseum. of fthe teams that \wereO S~hedld toSp i g O x
vary things w hich are taught and The fresh lits displayed exepition- ;pla, hIav'e beenmunmalle to play at the! Arriving daily. Ten to
oevelopedtol c lr on the football field, a al spurts at times, some of which; tinr~e scheduled ill the hiast andl will
stgalr body, a keen, -quick think- might le termed real hockey. The' have a chance to play their full i dollar's. All sizes carr1Ieq-
ing mind, and that uncoiquerable two {quirk brothers at the wings and to before examinations, come. Those
fighlting sp)irit 'which over~comaes all iNoddle at center showed up well f )i teams that, are tied f'or the lead in'
obstacles in the end. tjUio fresh engineers, while Piggott was their league at, the finish will play'
"Athletic games are generally reOc- the outstanding player onl the junior between themselves in order that the'
o n izedl asa necessary part of oru lal~~oso ahIa~emyb e
naioascoladcleelf.A few games have been arranged'* cided, fon no two teams will enter' the ~G i~ o
Thle critics of college athletics, es- i for the balance of this week, the fol- elimination series as this champio'ns3'GA hl
x.,eceily footb~alr, suggest that we1 lowing being scheduled to meet each; of their league. co 1e
should have less football or none at otlher: solii engineers vs. senior hits. Theefmiaton'Meni ;wilX;P117.J.9 +6P
s 11-, and promoSte athletics foi' every-! tonight at 10 o'clock; medics vs. sen- the close (of the league season, t h"
on.what ave the seen(lnean iorn('gineers, Friday at 5:15 o'clock.! winners of which will be presenited
wha ar thir experiences in estab-, and lawes vs. soph lts, Friday at 6 :15 with a silver loving cup.
lisping, financing and putting across┬▒ o'clock.
such as voluntary prnegram? Those All dents will practice tonight as Try 'a, Classified Ad- it, pa ys.-- Ad v.
in charge of intercollegiate athletics, well1 as any other teams that can'
through the funds obtained largely conme from 5:15 -to 6:30 o'clock. Calll
ro fotalhaeianeladd-Method at 783 or XCineberg's coli-F
veboped a bread intercollegiate and scum for xurth~er information. R
i t amural athletic prog am, based ____
on vlunary nariciptio. be- mtronize Da ily Advertisers.-Adv.
1,1( Ys go to college to obtain a bet ________
tBr. education and to beroine better'
fitteod for lie. Football, as other ath- 0thaueeoTac Yu
letic activities, is, and should ever no-'t ic l o h
main objto of colegeltraining.me
ii , a co t i u a y f c o to t iD A CSmi ob et o col g tr i i , ItM B FNshould not be m ade an end in itself, In a One Cour : 'e
for then iit, loses immmcl'of the ordlin- .:, .SE',;DA-C-STUDIO



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