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rolverines Force Catholics into Two Michigan
Overtime Periods Before F.G. F.T. Pts.{
Accepting Defeat Haggerty, R. F......... 4 2 10
Henderson, L. F........0 1 1
QUAD BEGINS PRACTICE Mogaridge, L. F........ 1 0 2{
SESSIONS IN FIELD HOUSE Cherry, L. F............ 0 2 21
Birks, C...............2 0 4
Although defeated by the strong Deng, L.G............ . 0 0
Kipke, ............2 2 6
otre Dame basketball team Saturday Notre Dame
ight at South Bend, Michigan's court Crowe, R. F............ 3 1 7
uintet remains undaunted and in- Ward, R. F.............3 0 6
ulged in a spirited practice last night Mahoney, L. F......... 1 0 2
preparation for the Aggies and IlM- Reoridan, C...........1 0 2
ois, who will be met Friday and Enright, C.............. 0 0 0
onday nights, respectively at the Kizer, R. G... ..... 5 1 11
ost field house. Mayl, L. G............. 0 0 0
A new practice schedule is to take
ost field house will enable the team ' fl I I
practice several afternoons a week.
Ight practices will be held on Mon- 5 (1In {
ay and Friday, while workouts wrill M (( FR 4UD1
a held in the afternoon at 4 o'clock'
iTuesday and Fridays. I
The team did not show any glaring AWARDED TO FIRST
tlts in the contest with the Irish. fPLACE WINNERS

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Following is the basketball sched-4
ule for the fraternity teams for thej
,balance of the week: 6 o'clock,
tonight; Hermitage vs. Pi Kap-
pa Alpha, Richard Club vs. Trigon,
Kappa Sigma vs. Phi Kappa Sigma,
7:45 o'clock, Sigma Alpha Mu vs.
Theta Xi, Sigma Chi vs. Phi Sigma
Kappa, Theta Delta Chi vs. Kappa Nu,
8:30 o'clock, Sigma Pli vas. Lambda
Chi Alpha, Phi Chi vs. Xi Psi Phi,
Sigma Phi Epsilon vs. Phi Pi, 9:151
o'clock, Nu Sigma Nu vs. Zeta BetaI
Tau, Sigma Nu vs. Phi Kappa Tau,
Phi Rho Sigma vs. Zeta Psi.
Wednesday's schedule is as follows:
7 o'clock, Phi Delta Chi vs. Phi Delta
Theta, Alpha Chi Sigma vs. Sigma
Alpha Epsilon, Sigma club vs. Phi
Gamma Delta, 7: 4F o'clock, Alpha Sig-
ma vs. Phi Kappa Psi, Sigma Delta
Kappa vs. Phi Mu Alpha, Alpha Kap-
pa Kappa vs. Phi Delta Epsilon,
8:30 o'clock, Tau Epsilon Phi vs. Psi
Omega, Beta Theta Pi vs. Phi Beta
Delta, Theta Chi vs. Psi Upsilon,
9:15 o'clock, feta Phi Delta vs. Phi
Epsilon Pi, Tau Delta Phi vs. Phi
Sigma Delta, Chii Psi vs. Peers.
Thursday evening will find the fol-
lowing scheduled to play: 7 o'clock,
Chi Phi vs. Richard Club, "Acacia vs.
Hermitage, Alpha Rho Chi vs. Phi
Kappa Sigma, 7:45 o'clock, Cygnus
vs. Sigma Alpha Mu, Alpha Delta Phi
vs. Phi Sigma Kappa, Delta Upsilon
vs. Sigma Chi, 8:30 o'clock, Alpha
Chi Rho vs. Lambda Chi Alpha, Delta
Chi vs. Phi Chi, Alpha Tau Omega
vs. Zeta Beta Tau, 9:15 o'clock, Nu
Sigma Nu vs. Sigma Phi Epsilon,
Alpha Sigma Phi vs. Zeta Psi, Sigma
Nu vs. Delta Tau Delta.
Failure to appear at Waterman
gymnasium ten minutes after the time
designated with a full team automat-
ically means forfeiture of the game.


Walter Wesbrook Ranked 20th
Among Country's Net Players

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Southern League fans are strong
for young Sumpter Clark, Birming-
ham outfielder sold to the Cleve-
land Indians. He can't be kept out
of the big show and it may be hard
to keep him out of the regular line-
up, they aver.
Clark Griffith recently made the
blunt statement that the score of
young players purchased the last
ebuple of seasons by big league
teams have not come up to the pro-
per measurements and, as a result,
older players have had to carry the
That the moguls have found this
to be true may be indicated in the
recent purchases. The three men
who have figured in the most recent
big minor-major deals are Paul
Strand, Al Simmons and Kremer.
Strand is the outfield slugger
bought from Salt Lake City by the
Athletics; Simmons is the outfielder
obtained from I9ilwaukee for Wid
Matthews and two other players.
Kremer is the pitcher Pittsburg
bough from Portland.

Strand is 30 years of age and had
a big league trial several seasons ago.
Kremer is 29 and was with the Giants
for a time in 1916. Simmons is the
only youngster of the trio. He is only
King George of England is said to
have won $55.000 on the English turf
with the twelve horses that carried
his colors in 1923. And 10,000 Brit-
ishers would like to have the same
"line" on the game the king has.
Germany is now represented among
the foreign athletes seeking fame and
fortune in America. Herr SYlikart,
heavyweight rassler from the land of
many chancellors and worthless
marks, is now in the U. S. on the trail
of Strangler Lewis, :-avyweight


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Waiter Wesbrook

but on the contrary gave an exhibition
of good basketball. Notre Dame is
represented by an exceptionally bigĀ°
team, which. is also fast. In Crow%, a
180 pound forward who was one of the
speed merchants in the Notre Dame
backfield last fall, Coach Keogan has,
one of the cleverest forwards in the
country, according to those who have
seen him in action. Mayl and Captain
Kizer are also big men.
Notre Dame started off with a whirl-
wind offense and succeeded in taking
a big lead early in the fray. They
held the lead the entire first half.
which ended 14-7.
The Wolverines would not be out-

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ught and played a remarkable game
the second half, scoring 12 points
hile the victors could only garner 5.
ae game ended 19-19. Due to r
isunderstanding in substituting in
e closing seconds of play, Notre
ame was awarded a foul, with Mich-I
an leading, 19-18. Kizer made the
ul, tying the score and the final
lstle biew a few seconds later.
Haggerty High Scorerz
Eaggerty scored for Michigan in the'
st overtime period and the Maize
d Blue held this lead until the last
seconds when Ward counted a bas-
t from the corner of the court. In
e next extra playing period, Notre
me accounted for four baskets
ile Michigan scored two, giving the
nners a four point margin of vic-


The calibre of the swimming mater-
ial on the carmpus outside of thoseI
men already out for the Varsity squad,
will be ascertained at 3 o'clock, next
Saturday afternoon, at the Y. M. C. A.
pool, when the annual all-campus
swimming meet will be held. The
meet is open to the entire campus.
It is hoped that more talent in this
sp'ort will be uncovered at this event,
for the Varsity squad has room to
handle some more men. There 'is
every reason to believe that the offi-
cials backing the meet will be success-
ful in this attempt as men of Varsity
calibre are often uncovered in the
Intramural sports, Johnny Miner,
Ohio State's leading basket tosser
this season, being the latest star who
was "found" in this manner.
Numeral sweaters will be awarded
to the first place winners and a silver
loving cup will be; given to the navi-
gator garnering the highest number of
The events are as follows: 40 yard
free style, 100 yard free style, 40
back stroke, 40 year breast stroke.
Entries can be made any time up un-
til the meet at the intramural office.
An opportunity for practice will be
given those who wish to do so if they
will sign the book for that purpose
at the Intramural office. Practice
sessions will be held daily at 3:30
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All sophomores desiring to try
out for assistant track managers
are asked to report to the Wat-
erman gym any afternoon this
Track Manager.

Teams entered in the freshman
sectional group basketball tourna-
ment will practice for the bal-
ance of the week as follows: 6
o'clock, tonight, group 3, 6:30 o'clock,
group 4, 6 o'clock, Wednesday night,
group 5, 6:30 o'clock, group 6, 6
o'clock Thursday night, group 7, 6:30
o'clock, group 8, 6 o'clock, Friday
night, group 9, 6:30 o'clock group 10.
Entries are being taken for the an-
nual handball tournaments, singles
and doubles, and as soon as the re-
quired number is secared the draw-
ings will be made and the schedules
announced. Individual cups will be
given to the winners of the singles
and the doubles. Entrance should be
made at once so the tournament can
be completed before the end of the
The deadline for the all-campu.
handball tournaments, doubles and
singles has been set at 5 o'clock, Fri-
day afternoon. The schedule for the
first round will be announced in Sun-
day's Daily.
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In the annual rankings of the Un- To be a member of the "second ten"
ited States Lawn Tennis association in national circles is a great honorl
announced yesterday. Walter Wes- nasmen of the caliber of Alonso, John-
brok, 21 fomery aptin ndcoahlson, Griffin, Washburn (formerly a
brook, '21, formerly captain and coach member of the Davis cup team) Kell-
of the Michigan tennis team, was plac- eher, Voshell and Niles, make up its
ed in 20th position in the national personnel. "Walt's" accomplishment is
rankings and was given first place in a worthy one and gives promise of
the Wetsern division. even better things from the ex-cap-
Wesbrook was the greatest tennis tain of the Michigan team in the com-
player who ever attended school at ing tennis year.
Michigan, and was Conference singles
champion two different years. Be-.
sides his ability in tennis, he was aQ G
pole vaulter of exceptional merit hav- O USI1N I
ing been a member of Steve Farrell's
Varsity track team for two seasons.
Wesbrook came to Michigan from
Detroit, where he was the best tennis -HB-
player in the city. He was a fixture CUT- REDUCES HOCKEY SQUAD
on the Varsity squad from the first1 TO MORE CONVENIENI
time he reported. While in the Un-NUMBER
iversity, he was the mainstay of the
Wolverine squad for three seasons, Having cut his squad down to a
and illness is all that prevented him
from winning the Conference title ( convient number, coach Joe Barss
three times. The year that Wesbrook F plans to start intensive work for the
was out of the running, Fritz Bastain, Notre Dame hockey contest which is
of Indiana, won the singles champion- scheduled for Saturday night at the
ship. heColiseum.
Since leaving school, the former After last night's practice, the
Michigan star has been prominent in Aftorchastuceghe slaithe
tennis circles. H-e has played "Big ICoach announced the slash in the per-
tenis irces Hehasplyed"Bi ,sonel of his squad. The following
Bill" Tilden on several occasions, and men are left on the list: Kahn,Hey-
has given an excellent account of him- nolds, Todd, Henderson, Anderson,
self in these contests. Last year he Piggot, Levi, Quirk, Weitzel, Peter-
went through the Western tournament man, Ulseth, Beresford, HIosking,
without losing a match, and annexed Cody, Comb and MacDuff.
the championship of the section. In The 16 men who remain on the
winning his title, he went through aI squad will start drilling on team
field of such stars as John Hennessey, work and other more advanced
George Lott, Kirk Reid, Walter T. branches of play in preparation for
Haynes, Ralph Burdick, Fritz Bastian I the tilt with the Irish aggregation.
and other well known Western per- There are but four days of practice
formers. With his partner, Hennes- left before the initial clash of the sea-
sey, he also won the Western doubles son, and those four days will be util-
championship. The Wesbrook-Hennes- ized to the ut ost as there is still
sey combination is ranked first among much to be done toward shaping up
the Western teams, the Wolverine sextet.

Sophomores who wish to try out
for assistant manager in minor
sports will please report at the
Varsity hockey room at the Col-
iseum at 7 o'clock any night this


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"Ken" Mogaridge was sent in for1
Henderson and then "Red" Pherry
went in for Mogaridge, and Henderson
returned in the last minute of play.
Doyle took Deng's place before the ex-!
tra periods. Mogaridge and Cherry
both displayed a fine brand of basket-
ball whilethey weret in the game and
should prove of worth in the coming,
Conference games.
George Haggerty was the leading
Wolverine scorer with four baskets
and two fouls to his credit for a total
of 10 points. Kipke accounted for twc
field goals and two fouls and Captain
Birks scored two baskets. Crowe
Ward, and Kizer were the heavy scor-
ers for Notre Dame.
The lineup:
Goebel, '23E, Accepts Position
Paul Goebel, '23k, former captain of
Michigan's football team, has accepted
a position as junior engineer of the
Grand Rapids Gas and Light company.
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