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SQAD WILL
'ART PRACTICE
The Intramural department will re-
sume its athletic activities for the 'stu-
Tdents next Monday evening when the
first round games of the fraternity
K JOE BARSS ANXIOUS TO basketball leagues will be played. (
ET MEN INTO FORM FOR Approximately 65 teams have en-
FIRST TILT tered the fray and all claim that they4
have the best chance in the history f
NCES BRIGHT WITH their organization for the cups and
IVE VETERANS BACK: Ipoints which will be awarded.
The schedule for next week will be
announced in next Sunday's Daily.
Artists Have Or Seven Days
Whih toPrepam for Notre Bowling enthusiasts on the campus'
will break into action January 15, on
the Union alleys when the first night's
only seven days of practice games of the Western Conference
le before the opening game of Bowling Tournament will be held.
ason, the hockey squadtwill go The scores turned in on this and
h its first workout at the Col- the succeeding nights by the frater-!
tonight. nal organizations at Michigan will, be-
e Dame's team will meet the sides giving the teams a chance to
ines on the Michigan sextet's win the splendid loving cup which!
ng ground on Jan.8, and Coach Ohio State's Intramural department
expects a tilt which will test his is offering to the highest scorer, count
:o the utmost. The Irish are at the elimination scores for the bowl-
represented with a hockey ing tournament being' fostered by the;
of the highest caliber andtre- Michigan Intramural department.
from South Bend indicate that Officials in charge of the tourna-T
ar will not prove to be an ex- ment have already sent Michigan's
Back entries into the Ohio State Intra-
Five Letter Men mural department and as soon as
sive work for the Wolverine they forward the schedule the local+
lasers will start at once and, officials in charge will announce the
r permitting, will be continued games through this column.

BASKETBAL[L TEAM 'Vo
LEAVES FOR NOTRE,
By "By"
DAMlE GAE TODAY'

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'WOLVERINES WILL FACE STRONG
CATHOLICS FIVE AT SOUTH
BEND TOMORROW
NINE MEN MAKE UP
PERSONNEL ON TRIP
Matler Gives Varsity Players Stiff-
Workout In Antidpation Of Hard
Battle Against Irish
Nine palyers, Manager Stewart and
Coach Mather will leave Ann Arbor
late tonight for South Bend where the
Notre Dame five will be met tomorrow
night in the first game to be played
since the school opening.
Coach Mather sent the squad"
through a stiff workout last night and
will hold a light practice tonight just
before the team leaves for the game.
The same line-up that started against
Cincinnati will take the floor tomor-
row night.
Birks At Tip-off
Captain Birks will play the tip-off
position. What Birks lacks in height
he more than makes up in his ag-
gressiveness and the Wolverine lead-
er is also a capable shot, having play-
ed at forward at the close of last sea-
son. George Haggerty and "Bill"
Henderson will play the forwards and
should prove a constant source of
worry to the opposing guards.
George is speedy, clever and an ac-
curate shot from any position on the
floor. Henderson, although not
speedy, is an extremely shifty player,
especially when close to the basket.
His ability to score baskets while
closely guarded is an important asset
in his play.
Harry Kipke and Roy Deng will'
play the guard positions, ,with Kip-
ke playing the sticking guard. Deng
is a newcomer in Varsity competition
but has given a splendid acount of
himself in the two games played to
date. Both men are good shots about
the basket as well as strong on de-
fense p
Ut iis expcotedi that many onf the~ qsec-

We intended to get

this

started yesterday morning but missed
the train and the paper went to press.
without us-
Skipper Mather is spending every
day at the new field house patiently
waiting for the new court to be com-
pleted for his basketball squad. He'
hopes to start workouts on' the new
floor next week.
The basketball team meets its
, first real opponent tomorrow night
when they journey to South Bend
to face Notre Dame. Th1s shou d
be a real practice game before
the opening of the Big Ten card.
Ice is beginning to form at the Coli-
seum and it is expected that there will
be skating next week which is good
news.
The hockey squad will swing
into atilon tonight according to
Coach Joe Barss. When track
season reaches full form there will
sure be plenty of sports go-
ing at the same time. Besides
track and hockey there is wrestl-
ing, swimming, boxing, skating,
and skiing to say nothing of bas-
ketball.
Lansing, Jan. 3.-Charles J. DeLand,
secretary of state, today advised auto-
mobile owners to take out their lic-
enses for 1924 now, and not wait until
Jan. 15, the last day in which the
plates may be secured.
Patronize The Daily Advertisers.

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FAIRRELL. WILL ISSUE
TRACK CALLNEXT WEEK
WILL HOLD HUGE PEP MEETING
AT WHIMH SCHED)ULE WILL.
BE ANNOUNCED
Although Varsity track coach, Ste-
phen J. Farrell has not issued his
first official call for Varsity 'track can-
didates and will not do so until after
the huge track pep meeting which will
be held sometime next week the great-
er' part of the team is going through
daily workouts in Waterman gymnas-
ium.
The official schedule, which at pres-
ent is incomplete will probably be an-
nounced at the meeting to all those in-
terested in the thin-clad sport. Steve
expects more than 200 athletes to ans-
wer the first summons.
Not a single indoor Conference meet
has been scheduled after every school
in the Big Ten was tendered an invita-
'tion to match wares with the Wolver-
ine performers.. Most -of the schools:
with weak teams are afraid the morale
I of their team will be disturbed by an
early season defeat as has been the
case with the Chicago team for the
past- few years: Stagg seems to be
of the opinion that Michigan has hand-
ed his track aggregation a few too
many drubbings and is not the least
bit modest in saying that is why he
will not offer the Wolverines a date
this season.
Cornell and Michigan are scheduled
to match their strength on the boards,
or as the case may be in the new
Yost field house. The Wolevrines will
undoubtedly enter a strong team in
the indoor relay carnival to be held
at Urbana March 1 and 2. The out-
door schedule will probably be. a lot
stiffer with dual meets scheduled with
Ohio State and Illinois and the Drake
I relays, outdoor Conference meet on the
card and perhaps the Penn State and
Kansas Aggie relays.

Sullivan Whipping ICOLLEG1ATE BODY BACLS
BoxersInto Shape 1 IJUP PADDOCKIN RUPTURE
Back from a jaunt in northern Michi- York, Jan..3.-Statements made
gan through the holidays, Coach Sulli- by Gen. Palmer E. Pierce, president
van, boxing mentor, greeted his class- of the National Collegiate Athletic
es and advanced pupils yesterday asociation and vice president of the
with a broad smile and appeared to be National Amateur Athletic federation,
in better shape than ever, with the upon his return from Atlanta yester-
exception of a few excess pounds of day have been interpreted as a declar-
weight, andis ready to resume the ation that both organizations would
grind again and' devote the next F'ew stand against the Amateur Athletic
weeks in whipping his pupils into union's action against Charles W.
shape for the ,annual boxing show Paddock, California sprinter. The A.
which will take place early-ii March, A. U. has asserted Paddock must ex-
at Waterman gymnasium plain charges made by that body be-
Sully has discovered that niany of fore he can compete for a place on
his promising men and even some of the American Olympic team.
the veterans are in not as good shape Gen. Pierce asserted that his two
as they might be and he has ruled oganizations did not believe that the
that all men must spend a little time Amherican Olympic committee could
each day for the next few weeks on delegate to the A. A. U. power to cer-
calisthentics and road work. tifr' to the, eligibility of athletes for
All of the men who participated in the Olympic team.
last season's successful show and are He further declared that "colleges
still in school are out in togs and shoul have complete jurisdiction
will again display their wares, al- over intercollegiate athletic meets."
though some will be hard pressedl Paddock, who is from the Univer-
for the final berths when some five sits of Southern California was sus-
or six of this year's products again' pendad by the A. A. U. for going to
resume their activities in the ring. Paris last summer and participating in
The biggest problem facing Coach an international intercollegiate meet
Sullivan at the present time is the which did not have the sanction Df
usual' lack of capable hea'vyweights. the A. A. U.

Prospects for a championship team.
loom up bright this season with a'
goodly number of stars from last:
year's aggregation back and several
capable performers from Archiet
Hahn's freshman team making their
debut in Varsity circles.

In an interview, Sully mentioned that
lie would welcome with open arms
any man who tips the beam at 17l
or more, in hopes that several leather
artists with promise can be develop-
ed for the annual show.

ithout let-up until the Notre Dame
)ntest.
Coach Barss will have five letter
en on the ice at the start of the sea-
rn, but inasmuch as two of these men
'aduate at the end of the first semes-
r, it is necessary that new material
developed. At present B.eiesford
ad Anderson appear to be the most
kely men for the wing positions.
hey both won -letters last year, and
owed a good brand of hockey. Cap-
in Kahn and Peterman are veteran
efense men, and Henderson at cent-
completes the list of letter men who
'e back for the 1924 season.
The graduation of 'Comb, star goal
nder for' the pats several seasons
ft a gap in the team that will be
ard to fill. Weitzel, a reserve last
ar, is out for the team and may be
orked in at the position, although the
ace is open at present., Among the
en who are reporting for hockey forf
e first time are Comb and MacDuff
ho are brothers of last year's goal
rnder and captain, respectively.
Squad Numbers 20
About 20 men reported to Coach
arss at the hockey meeting which.
as held before the holidays, and all
tse who passed the vacation where
e weather permitted have been get-
ng in shape. Practice was to have
arted Wednesday, but the ice at the
nk was in no condition for skating,
though it is practically certain that
ere will be plenty of ice for the men
'work out tonight.

Entries for the all-campus hand-'
ball tournaments, singles and doubles,
are coming fast and the curtain: ,for1
the opening round will soon rise.
The deadline for entries will be an-
nounced within the next few days.
Managers of the class athletics on
the campus shouldreport at the Intra-
mural offilce today and enter their
class in the Intramural departments
annual hockey tournament. It is hop-
ed that the good weather will hold
out for the next two weeks and possi-
bly until the end of the first semester,
at which time it is expected' that theI
tournament will be completed.
At present no plans are being made
for the annual fraternity tournament,
because of the bad weather which was
encountered last year after the sched-
ules were announced, but if the cold
spell retains its grip on Ann Arbor

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SWIMMING NOTICE
All candidates for .the Varsity
swimming team will report at 2
o'clock tomorrow to the city
Y. M. C. A. pool.
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and the ice remains firm, a tourna- ond team men will get into tomorrow's
ment will be held and the fraternities 'contest if the Varsity gets a safe
will be made aware of the fact through lead. Cherry and Mogar'idge, for-
the Intramural Items. wards, McWood, center, and Doyle and
Uandre, guards are all depenable, al -
A wealth of material eligible fr though the firstatwo and Doyle are
Intramural competitionr was unearth- but sophomores.
ed in the recent fraternity swimming Team Light But Fast
meet and with the annual all-campus Coach Mather has moulded to-
rneet but a few weeks off, it is expect- gether a fighting machine which
ed that the same class and enthusiasm should cause a great deal of worry
will prevail again. Entries can be ' to the Conference title contenders.
made at the Intramural department The team lacks height and weight,
any time during the next two weeks. being one of the smallest quintets'to
If enough men enter immediately, ever represent the Maize and Blue,
the Intramural department will se- but on the other hand is perhaps the
cure permission from the officials at speediest court team Michigan has
the "Y" for the use of the pool for the ever had. Since four out of the five
Intramural Navigators, ha.Snefu1u ftefv
men on the Varsity are seniors, Hag-
gerty Bing the only man to. return
Although fraternity basketball will next year, Coach Mather will take ad-
makg its initial bow to the student vantage of every opportunity to use
body next Monday evening, the entry his substitutes.
sheets for the church, society, class It is not known what five men will
and independent league basketball represent the Irish, but Coach Keogan
meets are being held open. Managers will pick his team from the following
of these teams who are not entered, men: Crowe, Ward, Riordan, Miller,
or presidents of organizations who' Enright, Mayl and Kizer, with the
expect to participate should signify first four players carrying the burden
their intention of competing within of the offense when in the game.
the next few days.
Cleveland, Jan. 3.- Fifty captains
are seeking the job of sailing the two,
Read the Want Ads new freighters, the American Ship-
building company is constructing for
the Ford Motor company of Detroit.

Parties - Receptions

or any function-catered by Good-
hew's becomes a perfect memory.' The
entire responsibility is lifted from the
shoulders of the hostess-with the as-
surance that the flowers will be to her

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have it cleaned the
proper way-In Ben-
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HOCKEY NOTICE
All candidates for Varsity
hockey should be ready to go on
the fieat 7 o'clock tonight at I
the Coliseum if the weather re-
mains cold.
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