100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Download this Issue

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

This collection, digitized in collaboration with the Michigan Daily and the Board for Student Publications, contains materials that are protected by copyright law. Access to these materials is provided for non-profit educational and research purposes. If you use an item from this collection, it is your responsibility to consider the work's copyright status and obtain any required permission.

February 12, 1924 - Image 6

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Michigan Daily, 1924-02-12

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

I" ......"'...

will
r1
y
:,

-I i

_ s

.--

nn fr T Ohio State Man
Leading Big Ten
TEN COURGMETO CHICAGG In tScoring

WOLVERINdE SIX
'. DEFEATS IIS

Wolverines have one tie against their?
record.
The Minnesota sextet is the toughe
team the Wolverines will have to face.
In their two games with sconsi
the Nortlimen have not given the B -
gers the solare ofasnlgolde
feating them by scores of 4-0) d
respectively. The power.ul Marqa~e
team has also gone down to (Ifiet be
fore the Gophers. Coach Barss Plans

." : . hs;4 i .Ili

eri ?;1f *!
;,
..
w.
Z i4
.i ;
;I

, °; til 4' i
a 4: 7L ''
V t {' k
E ! !i
,,

@ 4'i l

nes Hopes Given Decided Set.
When "Red" Cherry Is Lost
Through Ineligibility

Lineup Chicago game:
Michigan
F.G. F. T.

Catch

Barss' Aggregation Scores 2-
Victory at South Bend
Saturday

Pr

it
rw n

, '' _ .
.- _ .. -

|Haggerty, L. F....:..
DEFEAT COMES IN Deng, R, F............
L SECONDS OF FRACAS Doyle, C...............
Kipke, L. G............
i's Varsity basketball five Cherry, R. G..........
st Conference game to Chi-i Total.............
ersity's strong quintet Sat-! Chicago
ht in the windy city and Dickson, L. F........
ntn9. tifor thirdplacel Barnes, R. F...........

0
0
1
1

2
0
0
0
2
4

nig
Ad i
Wisc

7
4
1
1
0
1

12
2
4
18
7
01

',to work his men hard this week to
ICE SEXTETTE WILL PLAY get them ready for the road trip,
BADGERS AT MADISON NEXT which will embody four hard games,
and which will determine whether

;n

The next two weeks will witness upper dents, 9:15 o'clock (independ-
the narrowing down and possible de- ent teams) Detroit Junior College vs.
termination of the fraternity basketball Fletcher Hall, Olds House vs. Sagi-

onin i nP theConfer1
,onsin in the Conference

Alyea, C...............
Duggan, R. G..........
Wiess, L. G............

0
5
1
0
0

cago steps into the honor posi-
held by the Wolverines for a
wth five victories aand one dc-
Purdue is just a shade ah"ard
chigan and Wisconsin with tour
des and one defeat, the Maize
B1ue five and the Badgers being

7 G 2C

lI aR

dited with three wins and one de-
'ollowing the defeat at the hand: LOSE
Chicago comes the announcementy
the. ineligibility of "Red" Cherry
rel-tqpped sophomore who has Towa Ma
.n playing a sensational game att Wo-V
guard position. Cherry is a
edy player and a clever defense
n and Coach Mather faces a difli- E
t task in replacing him in the re- O
nder of the gaines. It is prob- -
e that either Birks or Henderson
1 start in Cherry's place. Coach
Game Is Furious mentor, i:
.chigan and Chicago engaged in e!his'mer f
Lous battle with victory in doubt
il the final whistle blew. The particular
me. was probably the fastest ever which is
yed in the Bartlett gymnasium. March 16,
Wolverines took the lead at the Althoug
of the first half which ended 9-4 lost to I
Ii teams were guarding closely lost
few attempts at the basket were
n 41

ITY WRESTLERSl
TO HAWKEYES

Showing better form than has mark- !'ithiga~n is to stay at the top of the ace h ceue o l , h i a-a iy lb h lsv.F
ed their play in any of their games Conference hockey standngs. visions of the Intramural basketball man house, Barnes All Stars vs. Gobs.
earlier in the season, Michigan's hock- tournaments are included in the fo- Seven o'clock, Friday night, Chi Phi
y slowing: 7 o'clock, tororow night, Aca-, vs. Trigcn, Sigma Alpha Mu vs. Kappa
ey sextet scored a victory in the firsts. Kaa Al , Richad Club Sigma ta Xi vs. Cygnus, Kappa
out-of-town game of the year by de- s.Trigon, Clii Pi vs. hermitage, Nu vs. Sigma Clii, 7:45 o'clock, Alpha
feating Notre Dame 2-1 at South Bend. ' Theta Xi v. Alpha Rho Clii, 7:45 Delta P1i . Thet Delta Ci, Alpha
Saturday afternoon. o'clock, Alha 1 ta Phi v ". Kappa N, Chi Rho vs. Phi Cli, Delta Chi vs.
The Wolverines showed the results D'i elta Clii v.. 1Lambda Chi Aphba, Xi Xi Si Phi, Nu Sigma Nu vs. Phi Pi,
of the continuous work on passing Psi Phi vs. Sigma Phi, Alpha Tan 8:30 o'clock, Sigma Phi Epsilon vs.
anl combination play that has been The coaching of Frank Roth during'ega vs. Phi Pi, 8:30 o'clock, Delta Alpha Tan Omega, Zeta Beta Tau vs.
given them in practice, and put up an the closing weeks of the 1923 am- Sigma Pi vs. Sigma Phi Epsilon, Alpha rDelta Sigma Pit Phi Beta Delta vs.
excellent exhibition of team work. All paign is expected to bear freit when Sigma Phi vs. Phi Rho Sigma, Phi Psi Omega, Delta Sigma Delta vs. Tau
the scoring of the game was in the -1 eKappa Tau vs. Delta Tau Delta, Phi Epsilon Pi, 9:15 o'clock, Psi Upsilon
first period. Michigan scored first Joe Edwards, Indian southpaw' Delta Theta vs. Alpha Chi Sigma, 9:15 vs. Phi Epsilon Pi, Peers vs. Tau Del-
when Reynolds carried h puck down get:s a chance to show his stuff this o'clock, Sigma Alpha Epsilon vs. Delta ta Phi.
the ice and shot. 1-s attempt was spring. Ta Upsilon,. Phi Gamma Delta vs. Phi
blocked by the Notre Dame goal tender The Mississippi professor had a Kappa Psi, Sigma Club vs. Delta Alpha Competition for the honors in the
but Beresford followed in, took the ) autiful curve ball last seas, :) i Epsilon, Alpha Kappa Kappa vs. Sig- all-campus handball tournaments,
disc on the re-bound and shot the a fair fast bail. He seemed nunale, na Delta Kappa. doubles and singles, was very keen
goal. A few minutes later( the lrish however, to get plenty of zipp (n hi. seven o'clock, Thursday night, Phi before the examinations and a recent
scored. They were working the pmc fast one without tiring. Roh, veteran M. Aluha vs. Phi Delta Epsilon, Phi checkup upon t remaining contest-
fron beand the Michigan goal and cat cher and coach, saw te rca(o1, 1 ta lDelta vs. Delta Sigma, Delta, ants shows that only a few remain in
one of their 17asses bounded OI the took the youth in li;nd and {ituigiht hin Delta Tei}ta Phi vs. Phi Epsilon Pi, the running and that these are the
stick !f Dan Potie1-an, Michigan's 0 ~ to put more "body" in his delivery, and Peers vs Ta }eita Phi, 7:45 'ciock, puck of all that have been seen in
se, and skipped into the \Volverine not diepend entirely upon hi a:hi-,' (freshmen groups) group 1 vs. group action upon the courts at Waterman
net. Before the end of the peric 1,dwards worked patien ltly to cange 7, group 3 vs. , group 2 vs. gymnasim this winter.
,however, the Micihgan sextet camrv his style and by the close of th season group 8, group 4 vs. group 10, 8:30 However, the finals are far froen
back and forged ahead with a goal s to be reaping the benefit of o'clock, (class tcams) senior lits ,bejg over and some memorable bat-
which was accomlished by the same the coathing. Tihis spring the ren1re, (Crawford) vs. education, soph lits tis are in store for those who will
formation, employed by the same two 01Il of the change will be watel vs. soph medics, soph engineers vs. m i i on e Iight2
men, as gave the Wolverines their with interest.
first point.,.
i Mcre Sering comts a anNngfromthein1o
The second and third periods found courts of New York that Mrs. Mario
'Coach Barss' team employing a four- Zinderstein Jessup will be heard' frontm

For

t Men Prove Too Fast
verines, Latter Winning
Only One Bout

CROOMPS(I SQUAT})
M1G TEN MEET IN MARCH
Barker, Varsity wrestlingj
s daily engaged in grooming}
or 'the meets to come and in
r for the Conference meet
scheduled to take place
17 at Chicago.}

n's fast floor work in the
If told against the Wolver-
the closing period. Capt
ind Barnes tied the score at.,

ajpprovai
his charg
taking th
meat sq,4a,(
ings and

gh the Wolverine grapplers
owa last Saturday night at
ield house, Barker notes with
the certain improvement of
ges. The team is gradually
he shape of an experienced
A and with the careful teach-
corrections' that the men re-

k3

rtly after the second haf ceive every day in practice a more for-
ad from then on the teamzsJ midable outfit is looked for.
at holding the lead. Yesterday's drill consisted in the
erry Scores at End main in going over each man's event
scored a field goal in the and in pointing out the faults and the
ninutes, making the 9.core possible chances for betterment.
Michigan's favor, but Dick- Barker himselffurnished the opposi-
diately followed with twC , tion for the men and in this way was
for thMaroons. Cherry'; l afforded a better position to actually
w then ended the, contest observe and correct the weak spots in

man defense which the Notre Dame ag- when the outdoor tennis tourney sea-
"Cookie" Cuiiningham and, inset, gregation was unable to penetrate, and son begins a few months hence. In her
o y the final whistle found the score at first tournament play in over a yea),
Jollilyt liler 2-1. The ice was not in the best oif IMrs. Jessup surprised a gallery of crit-
Harold "Cookie" Cunningham, Ohio shape, due to a heavy snow-fall whichfics by her dashing style age inst Mis
State center was the leading point left the skating surface sticky and Lillian Scharman.
scoerof heBigTe caused the puck to go through strange I Before her marriage Mrs. Jessun I
scorer of the Big Tcn basketball ! antics. In spite of this handicap, the gave Molla Mallory and the other fem-
teams when the lastaverages were is- Michigan six gave an excellent ex- inine stars a run for their money at
sued. Johnny Miner, leading point hibition of combination play. The: home and abroad. Her return to a,-i
scorer last season, is one of the men Irish team dropped a game at Ann tive flay will be welcomed by the net
giving Cunningham a battle for hon- Arbor earlier in the season. fans and players.
Next Friday and Saturday will find I___
ors. Miner leads his own teammates in the Wolverines locking horns with the Earl Combj, brilliant outfielderpur.-
scoring for the season, all games in- Wisconsin sextet at Madison. The 'based by the Yankees from the Louts-
cluded. Cunningham plays center. Badgers lost one and tied one game ; ville A. A. clhub, has written M\Ianager
He had shot 23 baskets front the field with the Michigan aggregation on their (Continued on Page Eight)
and 22 fouls when last heard from, trip to Ann Arbor, and are out to re-

AT PR ICES THAT WILL PAY YOU
TO COME DOWN TOWN

.1

E
i
4 p

The Eber20-204

b LIT Son Co
F. LIBER'TY ST.

ggerty was Mchigan's scoring ace the offense and defense.
iering twelve points, making five One of the principld defects lies in
d goals and two fouls. the inability of the men to take the
Michigan defeated the Michigan fullest advantage of whatever top po-
gies last Wednesday night at sition they might have and this is all
using by the score of, 31-20. TheI due to the lack of experience that hasj
mers started off at a fast clip been in evidence throughout the sea-t
were soon overhauled and from ,son. Although Barker's athletes are
n on it was Michigan's game aggressive a ieitbly puteupa
ggerty lead the scoring. aggressive andinevitaby put up a
strong battle they are handicapped by
this lack of experience which in many
MANAGER TRYOUTS I cases goes a long way toward deciding
WANTED to final outcome of the meet.
ATE In winning the only Michigan vict-
All candidates for assistant 1 ory Saturday night, Rose of the 145
baseball managers will report (ound division displayed his usual
any day this week at 3 o'clock, good form and earned a fall. Rose
nA yhn dayI fisl week at k besides being one of the best men on

for a total of 68 rpoints.
FRESHMAN TRACK NOTiCE
tf
Freshman track practice will{
be held every afternoon in the
Yost field house.
Freshman Coach.
CHARLES B. HOYT,
Patronize The Daily Advertisers.

(deem themselves in coming games. In
i the second game of the Michigan ser-
is at Ann Arbor, the Wisconsin six
showed a world of defensive strength,
a lthough their offense was not tin to
par.
Xiniiesota Next
Following the games at Madison
Coach Barss will take his team to
Minnesota for two games with the
I strong Minnesota six. The Gophers
have not lost a game so far this sea-
son, and are leading the Conference
j tied in the games won and lost, but the

I

i
j
i
I
I
I
I

pU , ;

'U

, p q
, 4,,,,/c _> C4

a'

~WS"'' Y

.1

Everything must be sold at once. Short-time lease compels me to

vacate soon.

Chance to buy
Shoes at

high-class en'
unheard of prices.

Furilsh!ngs and

ai ne zosE e a oue.
W. T. WHITE,
Manager.

the squad is considered as fit to make
it hard going for any man in the Con-
ference wrestling circles. He has lost
only one match this season and that
only through physical unfitness at the
time.
Daily classified for real results.

A r
n
t. d
' S ' Y
+ a , a :'
4
fK ' .: ypa ' ... :
:" 7i.

oI

Arrow Shirts

-m

true efilciency
efieds-Adv.

to use Daib

Arrow Cohers, stiff -
Arrow Collars, semi-soft
Delpark Collars, soft -

-

$,85 to $2.45
$1.75 dozen
- 4 for $1.00
5 for $1.00
85c to $1.45

I..

2A

a

...

}

WIM
h

Wilson Bros. athletic Union Suits
Cooper-Remington Union Suits

- $1.45 to $1.98

l'

Silk and Wool Ties, $1.25 values, for
Lisle Socks - - - -

-

85o

4 for $1.00

i U - 9

Silk Socks

-

60o pair, 3 for $1.75

Let

FLOWERS

Sam
u 1
PRICE

Entire stock Shaker Woo
Entire stock Wool Socks
Entire stock Mufflers

I Sweat rs
- -J

'"%2 0 AF

Be

Famous Crawiords and Bostonian Shoes and Oxfords

}

-'°

Your

$4.95

$5.95

$6.35

$6.75

Valentine

.i
i

DELPARK & BARKER
Soft Collars, regular
50 cent values. 10
cents Each or
3 for . 0. . ;. 5

as et all oes,~1,7 nd~3.2O

88asket Sall Shoes, .7aas,*32
Basket Ba Socks - 500 pair
Many other articles, too numerous to mention,

I

I

BLU MAIZE

'iW T TA 59

a?

.m

..dffmfflmm

_ i

c2N3xpAft!w- ATM u I a Aviv m 'almah,

Back to Top

© 2020 Regents of the University of Michigan