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OLVERINE FIVE MEETS STHONG
OPPONENT IN NOTRE AME TEAM

Football, Racing, And Swimming Gave
Sport Lovers Share Of Thrills In

Mr. Bristowe stated that Cambridge
would send a relay team and at least09 K R G -q T
1923 two men for the special events.
1923of these men probably will be a dis-
tance runner who will compete in the rairL
two mile international race.
The makeup of the relay team had M E
not been determined when Mr. Bris-
towe's letter was written and neither First Wrestling )Teet Scheduled For
had it been definitely decided in which Same Night As Iowa Basketball
events the team would be entered. I Game on Jan. 19.
He said, however, the team probably
Iwould run in one of the medlev racns

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Teams Battle Tonight At South
in Third non-Conference
Contest

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Nine members of Michigan's basket-
ball squad left last night for South
Bend where they will hook up with
the Notre Dame five tonight.
Captain Birks, Kipke, Haggerty,
Henderson, Deng, Morgaridge, Doyle,
McWood, and Cherry comprise the
squad that invades the Catholics'
stamping ground today. Coach Math-
er has announced his probable lineupj
for the game as follows: Haggerty
and Henderson, forwards; Kipke and'
Deng, guards; and Captain Birks cen-
ter. This is the combination that
worked together so effectively on the
holiday trip and with the same five
men working together again, there is
bound to be smooth teamwork. Mor-
garidge and Cherry will 'be on hand in
case of Injury to either Haggerty or
Henderson. Both men are capable
forwards and give promise of develop-J
ing into star court performers.
Cherry, Xorgaridge Reliable
Cherry is rated as the best high
school forward in Michigan when he
was in interscholastic circles. Mich-
igan fans will long remember his
work in the interscholastic tournament
at Waterman gymnasium two years,
ago. Morgaridge made an excellent
impression on the Christmas trip when
he replaced Henderson. His work was
most satisfactory, and he should be
a valuable man for the Skipper be-
fore the season is over, McWood play-
ed center last year, when he was Gil,
Ely's understudy. He is a capable
pivot man, and has the advantage of
possessing plenty of brawn, which is
a lacking factor in the first string
lineup. Doyle is a husky sophomore
who can hold down either a center or
guard position, apd can give a good
account of himself at either station.
Notre Dame is represented by an un-
usually strong aggregation this year,
dnd Coach Mather is anticipating a
tough battle. The Wolverine five is
exceptionally light, and speed is the
asset which the coach sounts on to-'
bring victory to his charges. Kipke
and Haggerty are well known speed-
demons on the court and Deng and
Birks are capable of better than av-
erage speed. Henderson is not partic-
ularly fast, but is shifty and once he
gets within striking distance of the
basket, he is a hard man to corner.
Team in Shape
Mather has been drilling his men

hard for the past week, and the ath-
letes are in good shape for the con-
test with the Irish. The holiday jaunt
served to give the Wolverines their
baptism of fire, and Michigan's hopes
will be on edge when the whistle
blows prepared to give the rough-
going Catholics a stiff scrap.

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The fraternties entered in the com-
l in basketball 4ournament have been
alloted to laues as follows: League
1. .Acacia. Chi Phi. Hermitame, Pi
Kappa Alpha. Richard Club, Trigon,
League 2, Alpha Rho .Chi, Cygnus,'
Kappa Sigma, Phi Kappa Sigma, Sig-
ma Alpha Mu, Theta Xi, League 3,
Alpha Delta Phi, Delta Upsilon, Kap-
pa Nu, Phi Sigma Kappa, Sigma Chi,
Theta DQelta Chi, League 4, Alpha Chi
Rho, Delta Chi. Lambda Chi Alpha,
Phi Chi, Sigma Phi, Xi Psi Phi, League.
15 Alpha Tau Omega. Delta Sigma Pi.
Nil Sigma Nu, Phi Pi, Sigma Phi Ep-
silon, Zeta Beta Tau, League 6, Alpha
SigThia Phi, Delta Tau Delta, Phi Rho
Sigma. Phi Kappa Tau, Sigma Nu,
Zeta Psi, League 7, Alpha Chi Sigma,
Delta Tau Upsilon, Phi Delta Theta,
Phi Delta Chi, Sigma Alpha Epsilon,
League 8, Alpha Sigma, Delta Alpha
Epsilon, Phi Gamma Delta, Phi Kappa
Phi, Sigma Club, League 9, Alpha
Kappa Kappa, Delta Sigma Phi, Phi
Mu Alpha, Phi Delta Epsilon, Sigma
Delta Kappa, League 10, Beta Theta
Pi, Delta Sigma Delta, Phi Beta Del-
ta, Psi Omega, Tau Epsilon Phi,
League 11, Beta Phi Delta, Delta
Theta Phi, Phi Epsilon Pi, Psi Up-,
silon,Theta Chi, League 12, Chi Psi,
Delta Kappa Epsilon, Phi Sigma Del-
ta, Peers, Tau Delta Phi.
The schedules- for the games next9
week will be announced in tomorrow'sl
Daily.c

MOST OF QU'Adl LACK MUCH EX-
on the first day of the meet and inIPERIESCE; HARD TASK A1EAD
either the one, two or four mile re-
lays on the final day. ,With the first meet of the season
with Purdue scarcely more than two
weeks off, Varsity wrestling Coach
Barker i, sending his team through
stiff daily workouts and will in all
probability continue to do so until
three or four days before the meet as
--the team for the most part is ex-
cepionllygreen.
Vai'isty swimming coach, George than forty men are now out
Little will meet men above the rank for the squad and coach Barker is of
of freshman who are interested in the opinion that Michigan will be rep-
trying out for the Varisty swimming resented by a capable aggregation on
team at three o'cuk today in the Y. the mat if his men are as good In
M. C. A. .swimv n pool at which im competition as in practice. 'Experi-
. sinmingphtim ence' says coach Barker, "is one of
lie will outline the work for the sea- the'most valuable asets a wrestler
son and take a general survey of the can boast of." The meet with Purdue
material. will be held in conjunction with the
Inadequate facilities for proper Iowa basketball game Jani. 19 in the
practicing have handicapped ichi- new Yost field house.
gn' ank tces for turning out a winn- In the 115 lb. class, Barker seems
ing tank team in the past and will in to have uncovered*a capable pertorm-
atll probability continue to do so un- er in Defoe. He is speedy and will
til the swimming pool is Opened nthe no doubt make his opponents go their
Michigan union. When the union limit ii they chalk up a down. De-
pool is opened more meets vil be foe, however, is the only man in this
scheduled and Coach Little is overly class who appears to be of Varsity
anxious to turn out a capable aggre- material. Doty and Karber in the 125
gation this season so that the Wolver- pound class are both good men and
ines wil have established a record for seem to have a decided advantage
themselves by the time the union pool over their opponents in that they are
is completed and ready for use. both defensive and offensive men.
Nevertheless a hard schedule has Just which will represent the class
been arranged for the Maize and Blue in the opening fray is not known.
tanksters. The first meet of the sea- The 135 pound class has two out-
son will take place Jan. 25 when the standing men in Gillard and Felber
Wolverines match their strength with but both are inexperienced and just
the Michigan aggies at East Lansing. 'what they will be under the fire of
16enext meet will take placeon Feb. stiff competition is not known. The
en the powerful Northwestern 145 pound class boasts of three good
team will be met Ii the city Y. . C.!14poncusbatofhregd
A.One week later Michigan and d- men in Baker, Kelley and Rose.
ana will match wares in a dual meet The latter has had a little experience
at Bloomington and on March 15 thein fast company and is expected to
Wolverine wiljorneyntoChicago. garner many points for the Wolverines
Wolverines will journey to 1before the season is over. In the next
art cipated onference meet will be class Galloway, Grubb and Merrill ap-
pear to be the cream of the lot. Mar-
ion is a fixture in the 175 pound class,
Halifax, N. S., Jan. r-Fire this having shown his worth on more than
morning swept the Paris and Unioni one occasion. He is a brainy wrestler
hotels on Water street The blazeonefesasn. els thbr ffn se
stared * h .on defense as well as the offense. A
started in the Paris The entire up- I suitable heavyweight is yet to be
per story was in flames before the found but the problem will probably
be solved when Muirhead and Dewey,
both of the football team will report

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Seven4stars in the minor sport fields iJr
Weismuller, champion swimmer.
(By Nornman E. Brown) I
While the so-called major sports
gave the fans plenty of thrills in the
past year and drew the lion's share
of attention the minor fields were ac-
tive and produced many notable inci-I
dents. .
For instance, Henry Sullivan, Massa-,

1923. Above, left to right, Willie H1oppe, Henry Sullivan and
Center row, Leo May, Jocey Sande and Zev. Below, Red Grange.

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The Intramural year book for the
athletic period 1922-23, has been com-
pleted and can be obtained by frater-I
nities and class athletic managers by
calling at the Intramural office.
Important rulings as well as all
of the minor ones for speedball and
other sports being sponsored by' the
Intramural deparment are contained
within its covers as well as a complete
resume of last years, champions in
each sport.
Entries for the all-campus hand-
ball tournaments, singles and doubles,
are coming fast and the curtain for
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 should report at the Intra-
mural offiice today and enter their.
caiss 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 the
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
and the ice remains firm, a tourna-
ment will be held and the fraternities
will be made aware of the fact through
the Intramural Items.

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Willie Hoppe, who has been king of
the billiard world since the revolu- 1.U1g1D G E
tionary war-or almost that long--re-,
tained his balk-line title which he lost
the only time about two years ago
and then recovered.
"Red" Grange sophomore at Illinois, Philadelphia,
may well be chosen to represent foot-
ball. He was easily the most sensa-

COMING
PENN HRAS
Jan. 4.-The annual
of the University of

cchusetts husky swam the English
channel, being the first American ;

Penn sylvania to be held on Frank-
swimmer to perform this feat-the goal tional' player of the year. -in ieldaild g
of every hardy water dog since Cap- George May, whose greatest rival in Iassured of an international atmos-
tain Webb turned the trick. the game is his own brother, won the phere by the participationof runners
To make things even more interest- national horse-shoe pitching title at
ing in swimming Johnny Weismuller, Akron last summer and is prepared to land ceptae of an invitation, x-
champion of champs, returned to ac- defend it this winter. . tended by Pennsylvania athletic au-
tive com'petition aftei a layoff which Trapshooting, soccer, roque, squash, thorities, was recieved yesterday frori
threatened-to be permanent on account wrestling and other sports enjoyed big W C. Bristowe, president of the Cam-
of his heart. He set several new rec- years and the ice skaters are enter-' bridge University A. C.
ords and indicated that he is ready to ed upon what promises to be a great
defend America's colors in the Olyin- winter.
pic games. All in all 1923 was some year for I
The outstanding lights in the turf sports. SWIMMING NOTICE
sports were Zev, Harry Sinclair's
great money-winner, and his jockey, Coach George Little gave the dedica- All candidates for the arsity
Earl Sande. Zev not only piled up the tion speech last night at the formal swimming team will report at 2
most money for. the season and ran !opening of the new high school gym- o'clock tomorrow to the city I
his total to a point second only to nasium at Marshall. He was also guest Y. M. C. A. pool.
that of the great Issinglass, but de- of honor at a banquet and a basket- I COACH LITTLE.
feated Papryus, British invader. ball game which followed.

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Big Ten basketball opens tonight
when six of the Conference teams
swing into action. Chicago will tackle
Purdue, Illinois takes on Minnesota,
and Wisconsin will face Indiana in the
initial contests.
The first Conference game on the
Wolverine card is scheduled for a week
from Monday night in the new Yost
field house when Illinois will furnish
the opposition for Skipper's aggrega-
tion.
Mather's men will face their
real test tonight when they stack
up against the strong Notre Dame
five at South Bead in one of the
five non-Conference games allowed
by Big Ten rules.,
Jason Cowles was just reading this
column. It is just like Jase. He gen-
erally gets most of his stuff from oth-
er columns.
"Duke" Dunne, former football
captain and track and basketball
star at Michigan is now playing
professional basketball with a Mil-
waukee team. Two of his team.-
mates are Jack Williams former
Wolverine court star and "Chuck"
Carney formerly of Dllnois.
TRACK MANAGERS WANTED
All sophomores desiring to try
out for assistant track managers
are asked to report to'the Wat-
erman gym any afternoon this
week.
ARTHUR 0. GRAVES,
Track Manager.

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. A wealth of material eligible for
Intramural competition was unearth-
ed in the recent fraternity swimming
meet and with the annual all-campus
meet but a few weeks off, it is expect-
ed that the same class and enthusiasm
will prevail again. Entries can be
made at the Intramural department
any time during the next two weeks.
If enough men enter immediately,
the Intramural department will se-
cure permission from the officials at
the "Y" for the use of the pool for the
Intramural Navigators.
Although fraternity basketball will
make its initial bow to the student
body next Monday eevning, the entry
sheets for the church, society, class
and independent league basketball
meets are being held open. Managers
of these teams who are not entered
or presidents of organizationq who
expect to participate should signify
their intentionyof competing within
the next few days.
The basketball floor has been com-
pleted at the Yost field house and is
now ready for use during the coming
season.

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