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Buckeye Chance

s Rest With a
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nCe, QMichiganat

f1 to11 1 U P I 1.11
a Leave for Laning Wth
hance to Win; Addition'of'
and Searles Boosts Stock
tembers of the Wolverine'
team will leave Ann Arbor
noon for .Laising 'ter crack
aquatic season against Mich
.cultural college. They wilt
panied by Assistant Director
ics George Little, trainer
I manager Elliott. Two oth-
follow the first group later
fternoon; Smith, Vaupre.
apenguth, Hanson, Kearns.
Dewey, and Aldrich compris-,
first group to leave, while
Searle are the two who fol-
ing stock, which took a de-
p, on, Thurmday, lc~use oa
ity situation, climbed afe1
sterday when it was found
le andhyde would be abl
the jaunt. Both uien have
; from consistent practice by
rses in the pharmacy anA
branches of the University,
addition to the squad prom-
rength which brighten's the
for victory.
n will be represented in the
ash by Smith and Searle, and
e Agies uncover somethingi
orth in their meet with the
rmals last season, Maize and,
uld garner first and seconO
this event. Smith will lead
erines again In the 100 yard'
, with Vaupre as his swim-
e. Vaupre is new to the dis-
I maydnot be able to keepup
stomned 40 yard "pace, 'but,
ay be counted on to swim
the lead% Papenguth will be
s chief representative in tho
e little sophomore star has
ig well and while he is not
I of Hubbard, who is kept
apetition by ineligibility, he
ive a good account of him-
idle will be the second Wol'
this distance and may plce,
he is lacking in reserve now-I

U L I M UI] U U1 I I_ L11 Overconfidence will be the only thing 'ing great difficulty in finding a man ot
that should keep Coach Mather's men that can work well with "Red" Blair
last .vent, he will replace Hanson or from winning over .Ohio State when after the lose of Dudley for the season m
Aldrich in the breast stroke, the dis..! the Buckeyes meet the Wolverines in because of injuries. Blair, Miner, in
placed man swimming for Hyde in the Waterman gymnasium this coming Matusoff, and Lipschitz are the men tr
relay. Saturday. that Olsen have working at the for-
All in all, and despite early predic- I Ohio State is handicapped and will ward positions. Blair and Miner are-
tions of a weak squad to face the Ag-! make but a poor standing in the Con- the best of the lot.
gies, the team looks good. Unless the ference race this season. The Buck- Pivot Problem
Farmers spring one of the biggest eyes already have four defeats mark- The center job is still unsettled as
surprises in their athletic history ed against them and their standing at to who will start or play the major-
Michigan looks to be the probabi present is .000. The introduction of, itv of the games. Taylor, Wilson, and k
winner. . a new system .of playing will make Michaels have been alternated in the
their game uncertain for the season at past few games. Each man has his'
least. Add to this the loss of Dudley,
star forward, and you have the sea-
sons for the lack of class in the Buck-.
W] N. EH ICEeye:' camp..
W _ E RIVALWeaj Defense
Ohio has been defeated by Illinois,
Northwestern, Chicago, and 'Iowa. As .
WOAEURINES MEET ASSUMPTION shown decisively in the Chicago and
COLLEGE AT BELLE ISLE Iowa games, Ohio's defe sive playing
CELEBRATION is woefully weak. Iowa defeated Ohio
State by a score of 46 to 21 last Satur-
"Dtotsmmoh iecriaday.,
"etroit's iianinoth i ecarnival, IAlthough Ohio State had a weak'TOPCOATS FOR E
which will be held tomorrow at Belle team in its first four games it is ex-
Isle and the occasion of which has pected it will be a different team that
caused the Recreation department of will play here next Saturday. It is
hoped that the Wolverine players will
the city to set aside a "Winter Sport not repeat their performances during
Day", will have as its feature card the first game with the I4uckeyes in
the hockey game between the Michi- the last two years. Last year Ohio
gan hockey team and the sextette frome State had a poor-showing in the Con-
Assumnption college, Windsor.. ference redord' and came to Ann Arbor
Assumption college has turned out after being defeated by Chicago the
some of the best puck teams in Can- night before. Michigan on the other
ada, and their meeting with the Wol- hand entered the field a heavy favor-
verines is certain to demand a lot of ite. The upshot was that the overcon-
(ldent Wolverines lost thegae ba
attention on the part of winter sport game by a
fans. C. E. Brewer, commissionier of score of 25 to 22. Another example of
recreation of the city of Detroit, has Ohio's fighting streak when they meet
been principally responsible for the their old time enemies was shown the
..,nri th a,~,h year before in the same way. In the
aiuu, ~dLU 14LI u~nLL1~ ~ ;ibu;\\

lient good and bad features. There is men was nothing unusual during the complete description of the educa-
rumor that Robinson may be pulled last two games. tional system now in use in this Isl-
om his guard job and given a whirl --and.
center. Robinson is not new at the mereado Speaks to Spanish Club
vot job but it is problematical Ermilindo A. Mercado of the Span- Czecho Slovak Miners Go To Ruhr
hether he will be better than the s Paris, Jan. 25.- (By A.P.) -The
ish del~artment delivered a lecture Prgu orepondet of the Temp.
her men. (Prague corres
Coach Olsen has a good bunch of yesterday evening in room 203, Tap-) says it is confirmed that a number of
en at his guarding positions in Rob- pan hall, the subject of his talk, which Czecho-Slovakian minerg are being en-
son, Davis, Klein, and Miner. It is was given under the auspices of La gaged by France for work i$ the Ruhi
ue, however, that the work of these Sociedad ihispanica, being, "Thq district and the first group left lase
Schools of Porto Rico". He gave a night.

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anfair, ands puns tor t e mos ela or-
ate carnival ever held in the middle;
west have resulted from his consist1
ent work ina fostering full participa-
tion in all winter sports.
In addition to the Michigan-Assump-
tion hockey feature,.professional and
amateur contests will take place in
fancy and race skating. Some of the,
well known sprint. skaters will bqj
present but the National races in Chi-
cago on the same day, may cause some7
changes in the program. Added at-
traction comes .from the announce-
ment that races will be held for high
school and independent junior teams.
Participants will spend the evening
at the entertainment provided by the
commission which will be held in the
Casino at Belle Isle.
Coach Barss has given his men a
chance to recover from their hard!
trip and expects to send a much bet-
ter team into action against the Can-E
adians. No other games have been
added to the schedule except the two
game series with Minnesota Feb. 16
and 1.7, the games to be played here.

All highest

first game with the so-called weak
Buckeye team Michigan was humbled
by .a score of 22 to 10:
0. S. U. Wins More
Overconfidence has proven costly to
Coach Mather in the past and it is
hoped that the past will not repeat
itself. Ohio has won 12 games to 8
for the Wolverines.
* Coach Olsen of the Buckeye quin-
tet, after witnessing the Northwest-
ern-Michigan game at Ann Arbor, re-
turned to Columbus in no gentle frame
of mind to pick up the reins in pre-
paring his squad for the battle against
the Wolverines Saturday. Repeated
rumors to the effect that Olsen will
make radical changes in his lineup
have found their way from the Ohio=
camp. Just what changes will be made
which would radically strengthen the
team is impossible to tell.
Two outstanding phases of the game
where the Buckeyes have fallen down
are a weak defensive and a slight falt-
ering of team work at critical points
in a game. Also Coch Olsen is hav-


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50 yard breast stroke, Han-
Lldrich will combat whatever
ers have to offer. It should
id tuck between them, with
iven the edge over his team-
ae Green, however, may have
g to say as to the winner of
t. In the backstroke Hyde,
g for Michigan for the first
wo seasons, will be the main-
he Wolverine power. This
swimmer, although not in
of training, still reigns su-
Michigan's best all-around
is expected to swim in ahead
eld. Papenguth, who makes
use = at being a back stroke
who is one of the hardest
on the squad, will again bat
ard-< star Wolverine 220 and

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ge for distance finds Mich-
fortified with the power of
lhat the big boy will do in
Aggie pool.is a mattero."o
but he has been hitting
the local tank, a distance of
rith great regularity, and
ch well over the 6O foot
fht. Dewey will plunge as.
Second entry. The fancy
s Michigan again entering
in -Mildner, whose ability is
qualled by Papenguth, hiĀ§
ate.' Both divers 'have had
experience, and if the Ag4
does not handicap them
pass themselves in the first
e year.
n will place a fast team in
for the relay; Smith, Searlev
, and Hyde, making a quar-
le Aggies will find- hard to'
s some possibility that a
Lnge may be made at the
e in the above division of
t is necessary for Hyde to
An Arbor tonight, -and if'
ssible 'for him to make con-
hould he remain until the

wiill issue a J-HOP EX-
TRA, Saturday morning,
February 10th.
This Extra will contain a
group picture of those at-
tending the Hop, lists of
booths and guests pres-
ent, and a complete re-
sume of the previous
night's gaieties.
Reservations for c'o p ie s
may be made by calling
the Business Department
of the Daily, 960.


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