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TenC ame Schedule
ETiECT FIRST WORKOUT
AFTER HOLIDAY SEASON
Although present weather condit-
idns are unfavorable for the impend-
ing hockey season, Coach Joseph,
Barss of Michigan's Varsity tean ex-
pufts that shortly after Christmas va-
cation his men will get into practice
apd be ready'for their'first game )f'
the season with Notre Dame here on
The coliseum has been leased by the
A.thletic assocition for use of the'
hockey team, btit the absende of
freezing weathei' thus far has stopp-
ed all early season practices.
Few Letter Men Back'
Coach Barss will have five letter
meh back in school this year. Cap-
tin Kahn, Peterman, Beresford, An-
Berson and Henderson. One of these,
nderson,.will finish school at the end j
i the first semester. Piggott, a spare
Iefense man, who has had consider-.
lie but never won a letter; is inr
chool this year and will be out for a
h on the team. Irving Reynolds,;
sophomore; is expected to be out
or one of the jobs. He is reputed to
>e a strong offensive. man. Younger
rothers of both Captain MacDuff and
Valter Combs of last year's team are
n school and are expecting to turn
ut for the places.
Because the Conference hockey pro-
ram includes only three teams,
/ichigan, Wisconsin and Minnesota'
t has been arranged to have each,
earn play twice in each city. Nego-
iations are under way for games
vith other schools of the west but' at
he present time the full schedule, ex-
epting those games to be played in
he Conferenc remains unifinished.
The schedule, as it now stands, is:
Jan. 12-Notre Dame here.
France Seeks Super-A thletes
Foe Coming Olympic Contests
spring practice in 1920, however
The following fall, he started on the
Varsity squaq. After a few weeks of
practiceit a foregone conclusion
'that Kipke would be seen cn the re-
ular team. When the season opened,
the Lansing boy was one of the team
thanstarted -the game. Since that
Expected To Smash Records In Nin- time, Harry has been at halfback reg-I
her Of Letters Obtained While ularly. Injuries marred his work toI
Here - some extent during his first year on I
the team, but it was evident that he
ENDS FOOTALL CAREER was a great back.
AFTER -YEARS' SERVICE His junior year was the time for
Harry to shine. He went through theI
Harry Kipke, the man who led season without being seriously hurt,,
Michigan's football team through a and proved to be the sensation of tho
season which was devoid of defeats, year. His ability as a triple threat
has attained a truly remarkable rec- Iman was in no small measure res-
Ord in high school and the University. ponsible for the success of the Yost-
men that year. When the time for
Harry came to Michigan fro* Lanir Walter Camp to pick his mythical
sing high school with the babking of
every gridiron critic in the state. The All-American, Kipke was chosen helf-
experts were unanimous in declaring back on the first eleven. To land a,
that Kipke would make football his- place on Camp's team is the greatest
tory at the Oniversity. In prep honor a football player can attain,I
school games, the Lansing boy ran a- and the fact that "Kip" was able to
way from his opponents, being easily do so is a tribute to his extraordinary I
way ro m his ppo ents be ng e sil ability on the gridiron.
the star of a high school eleven made At the close of the 1922'season,
up of excellent athletes. Kipke was
on Lansing's eleven for four years, Harry was chosen by his teammates
from 1917 to 1920, inclusive. Ty to be captain for the next year. The
of those four seasons brought state 1923 season proved KipkP's qualities
championships to the Lansing aggre- I as a leader. Never ruffled, Harry
gation. Kipke was the sngatig of could always be counted for a great
prep circles. He made the All-State game.
eleven his last two years in high Enters Other Sports
school. "Kip" has also won letters in bas-
Picked As Captain ketball and baseball. He plays guard
His teammates picked him as cap- and forward on the court, and is an
tain his senior year, and the Lansing 1 outfielder in baseball. In both sports}
team went through the season with- he is nearly as proficient as 'in font-
out a defeat. In a post-season game, ball. His great speed is a help to the
the Lansing aggregation met Detroit basketball team. His sensational
Central, who disputed the claim of fielding saved several games for the
the Capitol City lads to the state title. Wolverine nine last seasoi, and his
The two teams met in Detroit on timely hits have helped in many a
Thanksgiving Day. Led by Kipke, victory.
the Lansing gridders romped over the Besides being one of the best
Detroit team by a' score of 42-0. athletes in the history of Michigan,
Harry's work was largely responsible Harry is probably the most popular
for the overwhelming defeat of the man on the campus. He was presi-
Centralites, who were unable to stop dent of his sophomore class, and has
the Lansing captain. been active in other campus affairs.
Besides playing football for four, Harry is now out for basketball, in
years, Harry won letters in basket- which he has already won two letters.
ball, baseball and track. In all, he Two baseball "M's" swell his total of
received 13 prep school letters. He letters to seven. Inasmuch as he has
figured in another state title, as the I an excellent chance of winning in-
The finals of the fraternity swimm-
ing meet will be held at 3 o'clock
this afternoon at the Y. M. C. A. pool.
It is imperative that all of the sur-
vivors of the prelimiraries e on hand
at the time designated as there are
more events to b run off than last
In the 60 yard breast stroke it was
discovered that Mielzener was ineli-
glible. Leonard has been substi'ut-
ed for him and will compete with the
other three men announced in yes-
terday's Intramural Items.
The survivors of the preliminaries
in the plunge have ben reduced and
the following inen of those announced
in yesterday's Daily will be permitt-
ed to compete: Yerkes, Tromeley, Beat
ty, Haidle, Seidman, Kline, and Barn-
Entries for the fancy diving contest
include: Beatty, Desenberg, Reid,
Richardson, Sonneborn, Stewart, loch,
Warick, Babcock, Starrett, Theta
Chi, Kappa Nu, Phi Sigma Delta,
Hermitage, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Phi
Sigma Kappa, Beta Theta Pi, Sigma
Phi, Richard Club, Alpha Rho Chi.
Entries in the other events an-,
nounced yesterday will compete to-E
morrow with the above men.1
More than fifty teams will compete
in the annual fraternity bowling
tournament and the Western Confer-
ence Bowling Tournament, under the
auspices of the Intramural department
of Ohio State. No entries will be ac-
cepted after 5 o'clock, tomorrow night.
Following is the basketball pract-
ice schedule for the fraternity, class
and freshmen sectional group teams
for tonight and tomorrow night: 6
o'clock, Theta Xi, Acadia, Phi Sigma
Delta, Phi Beta Delta, 6:30, fresh
engineers, senior lits (Crawforth man-
ager), soph engineers, education, 7
o'clock, senior engineers (McClinahen
manager), junior engineers, soph
engineers (Eddy manager), senior lits
(Tracy manager), 9:30 o'clock, Theta
Delta Chi, Phi Mu Alpha, freshmen
sectional groups 6 and 7, Delta Tau
Delta, 10 o'clock, Sigma Chi, Delta
Upsilon, Richard Club, Sigma Phi
6 o'clock, tomorrow night, Tau Del-
ta Phi, Kappa Nu, Alpha Sigma Phi,
Peers, 6:30 o'clock, Phi Delta Theta,
Kappa Sigma, Zeta Psi, freshmen sec-
tional groups 9 and 10, 7 o'clock, Tri-
gon, Lambda Clii Alpha, Theta Chi,
Cygnus, 9:30 o'clock, Delta Alpha Ep-
silon, Phi Kappa Alpha, Xi Psi Phi,
Beta Phi Delta, 10 o'clock,.Phi Kappa
Sigma, Alpha Tau Omega, Phi Mi
Alpha, Sigmus Club.
N. L. Lambergeon, left, demonstrating corr-ct niethod of running. lie is
running on his toss, with his arms swinging loosely. Man in flannels
at right is running incorrectly. He is landing on his ibot instead of his
toes and is holding his arms too s tiffly.
France. has its heart set on winning th'e coming Olympic gaffes, to be'
staged in the Columbes stadium, Paris, next summer. To this end French
coaches are working together in the hope of producing a group of super ath-
letes. M. L. Lam'bergeon, physical culture expert and chief advisor of the
scientific athletic board, heads the experts training the Olympic candi-
It's trap eflcIextcy to use
Jan. 15-American College of Ost, aea
.an. . . Lansing baseball team won the chain- signia in both basketball and baseball
opathy, here. pionship one year with "Kip" on the again this year, he- aan smash all
Jan. 18-19--Wisconsin here. 'portance, and it is wrong that a little roster. Harry pitched. for the Lan- known Michigan records by winning
Feb. 15-16-Michigan at Wisconsin. group of men should keep the details sing team, until toward the Close of -ine "M's", unless something unore-
Feb. 22-23-Minne a e st mitthis high school career, he threw lia seen happens to keep him out of ath-
Feb. 22-23-Minnesota here.- all to themselves until the very last' arm out. He was active in ninmerou tc ,- h eto teya.Ni
ar4ut e wa ' c"° n ~ er u letcs for the rest of the year. Ne l
Coach Barss has announced a meet-. minute. The secrecy maintained by other.'activities in high' school.. Snow, one of the greatest athletes in
ng -of .tll hockey players, letter me: 'the Da vis cup committee is a weak link . It: Make Varsity Michigan annals, surpassed this mark,
nd others interested in Varsity com- in America's defense of the cup. It Hairry entered the iJniver'sity iin the but in those das, a man was allowed
etition included, to be held at 7:30 There once vas a fellow named is adanger point which I believe may fal. of 1920. .lHe d not go out for I to compete for four years. In rec-
>night at the wrestling room of ' cke't, result in our losing the trophy in the fresh'man football, a the coaches ent times, "Duke" Dunne was the only
vaterman gymnasium. 1 Who told. William T. how to near future as we did in 1914." were aixious that'ie' should not be Wolverine to approach the mark, but
- E'smackett. When the Davis cup matches oigin-. injured, and also that he keep eligible "Duke" played four years of football
Turkey recently took up sports on But ilden replied, ated tennis was a so-called sport for for the tollowing year. There was nev- as the 1918 team was an informal one,
national scale as a prominent part + "Pl e tell it outside.', the rich. The tennis sun virtually rose er any trouble on this score. Harry's I and freshman were not barred.
Sthe government's policy of intern- in w there's a t Te il and set in Newport and other million- scholastic work has always been of a
ly strengthening the country and in rackett. aire circles. Sport fans generally still calibre that left no r'oom for doubt as Marks, of Idiana, made what was
s first international match the Turk- rank the game iii a class with tiddly- to his eligibility. He' was out for erhaps the longest run of the season .
h soccor team beat a team from Ru- winks. vhen he took the ball from behind his
ania which was reputed to be one of Regardless of the merits of the d4s~ The plans for the Davis cup match- draw the sa 'e attention on the eve *wn goal line and raced 106 yards for
e best in Europe. cussion stirred up between Big BilI'il~ es were laid at exclusive gatherings. Iof and durig big matches that the 4a touchdown against Hanover.
den, tennis wizard, and Harold Hack- The public's opinion was neither kings of baseball, golf and boxing
Victories of South African track- ett, member of the U. S. Davis cup sought nor considered in selecting rep- draw. The public is vitally interested
era over the Oxford team has giv- committee, Tilden has sounded one resentatives for the matches. in the personnel of the Davis cup team
i rise to the belief that South Afri- real note. I Of late years tennis has become a and all matters pertaining t the selec-
a will be represented at the Olym- "The Davis cup matches have grown major sport-a, spot for all the peo- tion of the members and the play' Of
is ,games in 1928 and possibly in to m~uch," says Tilden, "that they are pie. Tilden and the other champions the ones selected.
p24 now of national and international im-
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