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Conference wrestling coaches made to hold down a place in

Western ac-

Football Card For 1924 Lacks On
Game of Being Com-
Following the meeting of Conferen
officials at Chicago, last week en
Michigan's schedules in football, bas
ball, track, wrestling, hockey, an
swimming have been announced.
The football card is one of the mo=
pretentious arranged for the Yostme
in a number of years. Six Big Te
schools are included, three of whic
games will be played away -from An
Arbor. One nonconference game
yet to be scheduled.
Michigan's Conference games are u
Oct. 18--Illinois at Urbana.
Oct. 25-Wisconsin at Ann Arbor
Nov. 1-M:1innesota at * Minneapolis
Nov. 8-Northwestern at Ann Arboi
Nov. 15-Ohio State at Columbus.
Nov. 22-Iowa at Ann Arbor.
Two Dedication Games
The innovations of the schedule ar
the games with Illinois and North
western. The Illini and Michiga
tied for the Conference gridiron titl
this season, and a meeting betwee
the two teams is a highly acceptabl
event. Coaches Yost and Zuppke wer
both keen for the game, and as a re
sult, the contest was booked. Th
game will mark the 'dedication o
Illinois' new stadium, and will un
doubtedly be one of the outstandin
events of the athletic year.
The Northwestern game on Novema
ber 8 will herald the resumption o
football relations between the Purpl
and Michigan. The last Northwest
ern game was played in 1919. Th
Wolverines will also play a dedicatio
game at Minneapolis, November 1s
when the Gophers' new stadium wil
be officially opened.
Coach Yost added Northwestern t
the card because he considers it mor
advantageous to play Conferenc
teams than to book games with smal
schools outside the Big Ten. In Con
ference games, there is always some
thing to strive for, while Michiga
has nothing to gain and everythin
to lose when teams with no standin
in collegiate circles are -on the scied
ule. Furthermore, Michigan's 192
schedule is of such a nature as i
make the race for the championshil

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more clear than has been the case in
the last two seasons. Should the
Wolverines repeat the successes of
1922 and 1923 next year, they will
have an unclouded claim on the title,I
as the cream of the West is included
on their sdhedule.
Track Card Announced
Seven events are definitely booked
for Michigan's track team. Coach
Farrell was unable to book asingle
indoor meet ~at home. The schools
with which he wanted meets either
had no open dates, or were not desir-
ous of competing with the Wolver-
ines. "Steve" was unable to land the
customary Chicago meet, in spite of
his efforts to get the Maroon athletes
on the card. Full schedules barred
several teams from Michigan's list,
but others apparently had no reasons
for their refusals. The track sched-
ule follows:
March 1-Illinois Relays at Urbana.
March 14-15-Indoor Conference
E Meet at Northwestern.
March 22-Cornell at Ithaca.
April 19-Kansas Relays.
April 25-26--Drake Relays.
May 10-Ohio State at Ann Arbor.
May 17-Illinois at Urbana.
The date for the Conference Out-
door Meet has not yet been definitely
selected. The various officials wish-
ed to hold the big affair at Stagg Field
Chicago, on Jun 7, but the National
Intercollegiates will be held there at
that time. A committee of three, of
which Professor Ralph Aigler, of

several changes in the rules which quatics to a far greater extent than
are to given the meets. The scoring is possible at present.
system has been altered so that a Conference hockey \is limited to
fall counts five points and a decision three schools, Michigan, Wisconsin,
two. Formerly, a fall counted five and Minnesota. Each of these schools
points, and a decision three. Accord- plays two games against each of the
ing to the new system, a decision is other two. Michigan's games will,
40 per cent as valuable as a fall, in- come as follows:
stead of 60 per cent, as was the case Jan. 18-19--Wisconsin at Ann Ar-
heretofore. The object of this change bor.I
is to speed up the matches by encour- Feb. 15-16-Wisconsin at Madison.
aging the grapplers to try for falls. Feb. 18-19-Minnesota at Minne-
rather than working for decisions. apolis.
Another change in the rules was made Feb. 22-23-Minnesota at Ann Ar-
with regard to the qualifications for bor.
entrants in the Conference individual I Negotiations are under way for .
championships. The old ruling was meets with the Michigan School of
that a committee picked the men who Mines, Notre Dame, Marquette, and
were to compete, and to beeligible, a Assumption. Lack of suitable fac-
man had to have won four bouts in ilities, and cold enough weather bars
the course of his team's schedule. Ac most of the Big Ten schools from the
cording to the new ruling, every memu- i rink game, but the Wolverine puck-
ber of every Big Ten team is able to chasers will have their hands full with
enter the event, regardless of his past the games which are on the schedule.
record. The best wrestling teams in #
the Big Ten are included on the Wol-
verine schedule, and if Coach Barker's Wild Bull Once
charges have a successful season, Mor Is amed
Michigan's position in intercollegiate {ed
mat circles will be firmly established. C
NSwIning Program Luis Angel Firpo, brawny son of the
Four meets are included on Michi- Argentine, who was put to sleep by
gan's swimming schedule. The fol- } Jack Dempsey at Boyles Thirty Acres
lowing events are mapped out for the last October and who plans on meeting
Wolverine aggregation: the world's champion again next year,
Jan. 25-M. A. C. at East Lansing. has once more changed his mind.
Feb. 16-Northwestern at Ann Ar-j Two weeks ago, in response to re-
bor. peated inquiries from fight promoters,
Feb. 23-Indiana at Bloomington. the South American announced that he
March 15-Conference Meet, Chicago had no intention of hiring foreign
The lack of adequate facilities in sparring partners.
Ann Arbor is a distinct handicap to Yesterday a statement was issuedl
the swimming team. When the Un- by Firpo to the effect that he would
ion pool is completed, more preten-- hire Billy Gibson, manager of Benny
tious schedules can be arranged, and Leonard, and Leonard himself, as
the Wolverine tank team will be able trainers for the bout next year.

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Complete summary of the -points'
earned in the recent speedball tourna-
ment and cross country meet by the
fraternities toward the two all-around
athletic cups given by the Intramural
department at the end of each school
year finds two houses leading the van
by a small margin, Phi Chi holding
first place with 186 1-2 points and Beta1
Theta Pi a close second with 1861
Both the leaders placed high in the
speedball games, the present runner-

Psi, 100; Delta Tai Delta, 100; Phi
Kappa Sigma, 87 1-2.
Acacia will play Kappa Nu at 2
o'clock this afternoon for the right
to meet Alpha Rho Chi in the finals
in the fraternity handball tournament.
Entries for the all-campus hand-
ball tournament, singles and doubles,
can- be filed at the Intramural office
now. The schedule swill be announc-
ed after Christmas vacation.

society basketball leagues should do
so immediately.
The deadline for the fraternity bas-
ketball team entries has been set at
5 o'clock, Dec. 10. The schedules will
be announced immediately after school
starts following Christmas vacation.
Following is the schedule for the
fraternity basketball practice sessions:
6 o'clock, today, court 1, Sigma Chi,
court 2, Phi Gamma Delta, court 3,
Delta Tau Delta: 6:30 o'clock, court
1, Theta Delta Chi, court 2, Phi Mu
Alpha, court 3, Phi Beta Delta; 7 o'-
clock, court 1, Sigma Phi, court 2,
[ Delta Tau Upsilon, court 3, Phi Ep-
silon Pi; 9:45 o'clock, court 1, Del-
ta Upsilon, court 2, Riclard club, court
3, Sigma Alpha Epsilon; 6:30 o'clock,
tomorrow, court 1, Zeta Psi,
court 2, Kappa Sigma, court 3, Phi
Delta Theta, 7 o'clock, court 1, Tau
Delta Phi, court 2, Kappa Nu, court 3,
Alpha Sigma Phi, 9:45 o'clock, court
1, Sigma Nu, court 2, Delta Kappa Ep-
silon, court 3, Peers, Court 4, Trigon.
The outlook for a record breaking
basketball season among the class and
independent teams is bright as a num-
ber of managers have signified that
they will enter a team. As soon as a
few more enter, leagues will be form-
ed and the schedule, which will start
after Christmas vacation, will be an-
nounced. Any independent manager
can enter in the independent league
' by organizing a team and turning the
name of his players into the Intramur-
al offiice.
Five regulars of Iowa's last year
champion basketball team reported
this season

ups beating the leaders out for the The preliminaries of the interfra-
championship. They also were fairly ternity swimming meet will take place
dangerous contenders in the cross at 3 o'clock, sharp, next Monday aft-
county meet. ernoon. Due to the large"number of
Phi Sigma Delta, a formidable ag- entries it will be necessary to start
gregation in all of the Intramural promptly in order to get the schedule
sports for the last few years, is third completed that afternoon. Late arriy-
with 173 points, with Alpha Rho Chi als will not be permitted to compete.
trailing in fourth place with 155 to --
their credit. They are the keenest Entries can be made for the all-
competitors the Phi Chis have for the campus swimming meet any time be-
professional fraternity cup. tween now and Christmas vacation.
The ten leading fraternities and The date for the preliminaries and
their points are as follows: Phi Chi, finals will be announced when school
186 1-2; Beta Theta Pi, 186; Phi Sig- is resumed, Jan. 3.
ma Delta, 173; Alpha Rho Chi, 155;
Nu Sigma Nu, 1251 Phi Gamma Delta, All managers intending to enter
112 1-2, Alpha Sigma Phi, 112 1-2; Zeta teams in the independent, class, and

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Michigan, is a member is now at work
choosing a date and place for the.
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le Wrestlers Get Schedule
- Under the tutelage of Coach Bar- l ts
e ker, Michigan's wrestling team will -
n swing into action against Conference .
t grapplers with a definite schedule for
11 the first time. The Michigan matmen, =
according to Coach Barker, have the FOR YOUNG MEI
o hardest schedule of any wrestling -
e team in the Conference. Following MADE BY EDERHEIMER STEIN COMPANY
e is the card for the season.
[1 Jan. 19-Purdue at Ann Arbor. -=
- an. 26-Ohio State at Columbus.
- Feb. 9-Iowa at Ann Arbor.
n Feb. 16-Illinois at Urbana. =
g Feb. 23-Wisconsin at ;Madison. =
g March 1-=Indiana at Bloomington.,:
- March 8--M. A. C. at Ann Arbor. --
4 March 15-Individual Champion-
o ships at Chicago.
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