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TKIR P USHES BASKETBALL SQUAD
HARD AS' FARMER CONTEST NER

Bonesetter Reese Is Wonder I
Worker Of U. S. Athletic World
1. Notre Dame-Miehigan Hockey Game,!

cover the entire program and will al-I doubles, entries for which will close
low the spectators to engage in popu- at 5 o'clock ,Wednesday afternoon,
lar skating which will follow the last with the schedules following in the
contest. next morning's Daily.
I Class basketball teams can practice
TruEc ;Aany night between 6 and 7 o'clock
._ atb until Wednesday, by calling the In-

iin Anxious To Wipe Out Sting Of
Defeat AtsHands Of
Irish
INEUP TO REMAIN THE
SAME AS IN EARLY GAMES
With the M. A. C. game scheduled
r tomorrow night and the strong
.linois aggregation booked for Mon-
ay night, Edwin J. Mather, Varsity
Usketbali' coach is taking full advan-
ge of the few remaining practice
ssions and pushing his team to the
mit in hopes of overshadowing last
eek's defeat at the hands of Notre
ame by administering a sound beat-
ig to the Farmers and Indians.
As the team has only been practic-
g in the new Yost field House for
short time the men are as yet some-
hat unfamiliar with the new floor
ot coach Mather is of the opinion
fat his men will have become accus-
imed to the new conditions by the
tie of the first fray.
Tough Game Expected
Reports from Lansing have it that
ie Agges are coming to Ann Arbor
Ith the determination to chalk up
victory as they realize that basket-..
All is the only sport in which they
ive a chance to hand the Wolverines
drubbing as they have long since
yen up hope of defeating the Maize
id Blue performers at Baseball,
otball or track. The men from East
ansing have been handed one defeat
is season, at the hands of Carlton
allege but the breaks of the game
ere withl'arlton as no less than
ght or ten of the points chalked up
ainst the Farmer quintet were the
suIt of "luck" shots attempted from
e center of the floor.
tSaie Lineup Jsrobable
The Skipper will probably send the
tie team against the Farmer quintet
Lt he used against Notre Dame.
aggerty at right forward was a tow-
of strength to the Wolverines in
.e Iirish game. The speedy forward
& his team in making baskets by
'istering four and on top of this
Ilied two points from the foul line.
be Catholic boys found it extremely.
ificult to guard Haggerty. Hender-
n will probably get the call to play
posite Haggerty as he has shown
s worth as a point getter on more
an one occasion this season. Cap-
n Birks at center is improving in
"ery game, and the one-time guard
now handling the pivot position in
: accpetable manner. Kipke at
ght guard and Deng at standing
Oard will probably round out. the
am. Kipke is playing the bestras-
~ball of his career 'at the present
me. Against the Irish, with less
an two minutes to play, Harry
ged a long one, giving Michigan the
ad.
adets Run Away
With Opponents
West Point, Jan. 9.-The Army bas-
tball five defeated the University
Delaware by a -score of 42 to 2
ere toght.
The Cadets outclassed their oppon-
its who were unable to cope with
e superior ll-around play of the
Dme aggregation. Fast floor work
id accurate basket-shooting enabled
e Army quintet to romp over their
eaker antagonists, who, however,
it a game fight against overwhelm-
g odds.
fiouisberg, Pa., Jan. 9.-Charles Mo-
6n, football coach at Center college
s signed a three-year contract as
e mentor of the Bucknell football
uad, according to an announcement
ade by the athletic council tonight.
Daily classified for real results.

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CLASS ME ORVA
VSITY TANK MTERIA
More material for the Varsity swim-
ming squad, especially in the breast
stroke, back stroke, and plunge, is
expected to be uncovered in the all-
campus swimming meet at 3:30
o'clock, Saturday afternoon, at the
Y. M. C. A. pool.'I
There is a decided lack of men in
these particular events for the ac-
quatic team and much care will be
exercised to get any possible candi-,
dates from the men who will compete
in the meet for these positions.
Coach Little says that the men onj
the squad are showing ra fine spirit
in training under the conditions that
exist at the present time without the
use of the Union pool and that some
of them will be able to make good
marks in the coming meets with
other schools. However, he adds.
there is a decided lack of capable sub-
stitutes or men who might develop into!
stars with good coaching.
The officials in charge of swimming
are sparing no effort in getting the
best coach that can be found for
Michigan. Announcements will prob-
ably be made the latter part of next
week concerning just who will coach
the team this winter.
Entries for the meet can be made at
the Intramural office any time from
now until the time of the meet, 3:30
o'clock, Saturday afternoon. Numerals
and sweaters will be awarded to the
men scoring five points in their events
and a silver loving cup will be award-
ed to the man garnering the highest
number of points.
GRI1:ODERS START
PRAC TICE MODA
Coach Little To Conduct Fundament.
als Class In Field
House
MENTORS EXPECT TURNOUT
OF ABOUT 80 ATHLETES

Races, Fancy Skating To
Feature I________ ____
WARM WEATHER AGAIN KEEPS The schedule which is announced
HOCKEYISTS FROM PRACTICE below will wind up the basketball ac-
tivities for this week for the frater-
. 1 ni ties. Next week's schedule will be

tramural office and have a court re-
served for them.
Frosh Wrestling
Prospects Good
Wrestlers -among the freshman
gymnasium students have been work-
ing out for the past week under the
careful supervision of Coach Botchen,
who has been hired to teach the fund-
Eamentals to all those interested in the
gamewith the hope that some of them

in conjunction wiLn Lne oc ey j
game against Notre Dame, the Ath-1
letic Association is promoting an ice
carnival Saturday night at the Wein-
berg Coliseum.
The game of course will be the main
feature of the program and a lively'
contest is looked for. The Irish have
captured the Western hockey champ--
ionship for the past two years and
this year they come to Ann Arbor
with a crew of puck chasers that are
determined to maintain the standard
of former Notre Dame rink teams.
Michigan on the other hand will be
p aying somewhat at a disadvantage.
Coach Barss has not been able to send
j his charges through .a good practice
since he made the last cut. The ex-
tremely poor condition of the ice at
the Coliseum has been responsible for
i this and since no other rink has been
j available the men have had to lay off
' Up to date the main stress has been
put upon the fundamentals of the
game with passing and guarding as
the chief points of attention. Although
the men have been put through sev-
eral scrimmages no real -effort has
been made as yet to develop team-
work to the fullest degree and the loss
of the rink for last night's practice
was a serious detriment to the success
of the team on Saturday night.
With only two days before the first
game Coach Barss expects to drive his
men at a faster' clip than usual in anI
eleventh hour attempt to bring them
up to playing form. Last year's men
are performing in satisfactory style'
and of the new men Piggot, Ulseth
and Todd show most promise. The
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announced in Sunday's Daily. The
class team will break into the lime-
light already held by the fraternities
at 6 o'clock, Wednesday evening.
Following is the schedule for to-
night: o'clock, Chi Phi vs. Richard
Club, Acacia vs. Hermitage, Alpha Rho

Chi vs. Phi Kappa Sigma, 7:45 o'clock, will develop into good material for
Cygnus vs. Sigma Alpha Mu, Alpha next year's Varsity. Approximately
Delta Phi vs. Phi Sigma Kappa, Delta 15 men have been in their togs during
Upsilon vs. Sigma Chi, 8:30 o'clock, the early sessions and twice as many
Alpha Chi Rho vs. Lambda Chi Alpha, more are expected as soon as the ac-
Delta Chi vs. Phi Chi, Alpha Tau tivity is made known to more of the
Omega vs. Zeta Beta Tau, 9:15 o'clock, yearlings.
Nu Sigma Nu vs. Sigma Psi Epsilon, Fundamentals and general exercise
Alpha Sigma Phi vs. Zeta Psi, Sigma for building up the body has kept the
Nu vs. Delta Tau Delta. tryouts on the squad busy and Botchi
Failure to appear at Waterman gym- en will keep these up for the next
nasium ten minutes after the time few weeks, varying the grind now and
designated with a full team auto- then with the explanation of the holds
mnatically means for feiture of the most advantageous in intercollegiate
game. wrestling which are not known to the
new men.
Entries are still being taken for the ! Although there are seven classes in
church, class, society, and independ- intercollegiate wrestling, Botchen has
ent basketball league. The entries unearthed men for each of the differ-
for the class league -will close at 5 ent divisions and if the additions ex-
o'clock, Tuesday afternoon, and the pected appear and start in training,
schedule for Wednesday's games will ° it is likely that a freshman wrestling
be announced in Wednesday's paper. tournament will be held, the winners
The other leagues will have their to receive numerals for the prowess.
dead line placed at a later date, as
soon as the majority of the class and Due to the absence of Dean Morti-
fraternity games are disposed of. mer E. Cooley, of. the Engineering
Class athletic managers are also school in New York city, the meeting
warned that some of them have failed of the Junior Engineering class has
to sign up for the class hockey tourna- beenIunto ned rngclsley s,
jmrtwhich will start as soon as the been postponed. Dean Cooley who
mnt toh freeze swas to have spoken will talk at a time
ice begins to freeze again. -ei llp nnfarhim

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"Bonesetter" Reese Today

(By Norman E. Brown)
Hans Wagner, one of the five men
in baseball's history to collect 3000
hits in their careers on the big league
diamonds, was approaching that mark
-and anxious to join the select list
when his back gave out. Not only did
he find it difficult to swing on the ball
but the pain affected his fielding. I,
seemed. as though his baseball days
were done. Then he thought of "Bone-
setter"- Reese.
Wagner went to Reese's home in

Michigan's 1924 football preparation "Youngstown and told of his ailment.
will begin next Monday might, Jan. 14, Reese touched Wagner's back several
when Coach Little and his assistants places lightly with his hands and then
will meet selected men at the Yost took a firm grip. Something snapped.
Field house in a class of fundament- Wagner, game to the core on the ball
als. field, fainted dead away. When he was
From the freshmen football can- revived the pain in his back was gone.
didates, from the reserves ,and from A few days later he was hitting and
the varsity squad of this year a list fielding in his usually brilliant' way.
of 139 possibilities have been com- Ranks as Star In Sport
piled. Some of these men are in That is just one of the cases that
basketball, track, baseball, and wrest- has made "Bonesetter" Reese, dignified
ling. All of the men not included in( doctor, one of the stars of the sport
the sports squads of other events willj world. At seventy years, he must be
be. asked to report for this beginning ranked as a celebrity in the ranks of
work of the 1924 team. the young and athletic folk.
The class will work on fundamen-; Reese has just completed thirty
tals, at least in the beginning. Coach years as a plastic surgeon. His life
Little is a great believerningthe adapt- career reads like fiction. He was
ability of men and judges the possi- born in Wales. A year after he was
bilities of a football player as much born his father died. At eleven he
on the physical response to new situ- I found himself motherless. Like Topsy,
ations as upon some others. The re-1 he just grew for the next few years,
view of fundamentals will lead to he says.
other elements until the squad goes His one real friend in those days
outside for the annual spring practice. was an aged "bonesetter." Many of
While a definite check has not been the townfolk around Monmouthshire
made to determine just how many are believed the aged man had superna-
taking the work in other sports, in- tural powers. To Reese, however, he
vitations to be members of the first explained his theories of curing ills
football class of the year probably and resetting dislocations by manipu
will go out to between 50 and 80 men. lating of muscles, release of pressure,
.e etc. Reese finally became an expert.
Manila, Jan. 9.-Thirteen members The nearby mills gave him his pa-
of- the Philippine constabulary, in- tients.
cluding two officers, have been killed In 1887 re decided to come to Amer-
by religious fanatics on the Island of, ica-the land- of hope. His meager
Mindanao, according to official ad- funds were gone when he arrived,
vices from Suriago, Island of Mind- however, and he went to work in a
anao. rolling mill in the Pittsburg district.
No one knew of his skill as a bone-
It's true efficiency to use Daily setter.

was injured in. a fall. The physician h coa bIeieves that the ina1 rus ng
called acould not aid . The y anup will bring his squad into shape
aid hi. Thman enough to make the boys from South
begged for help or death. Reese of- Bend do some fast skating to get
fered his help, worked over the man's ahead of the Wolverines.
back a few momentsnimd relief came. As further^ attractions for the eve-
Half aw hour later the ,nan was able ning the Athletic Association has made
to Walk about again: i arrangements to engage some of the
This ;paved the 6rfA fame but best rink talent in the West for ex-
not fortune for Reese. de became na- hibitions of fancy skating of all de-I
tionally known in a few.: months. He scriptions. Following the exhibition
could have demandd4 enormous fees,. skating there will be two races ofr
for his;services. But eese did not do eight laps each. The first race to be
that. Those who had Pfnds paid him solely for students .of the University
well. Those who needed his help and and judging from the attendance at
had no money received 'the same ser-'the rink this season there should be
vices as the more wealthy patients. a large field. The second race will be
They paid what they could and he has a free-for-all open to anyone and it is
continued this policy. expected that some very fast perform-
Has PowerfiL Fingers ances will be recorded.
Reese's skill lies in his fingers. He The Varsity -Band will be there in
has unbelievable strength 'In them. full force with a special program and
This strength is needed to exert press- will entertain throughout the evening
ure enough to push joints and bones The admission fee of fifty cents will
into place. It is said of Reese, also,
that he can "read" his patients in- l "That man knows whether you're an
stantly. From some minor description infielder or pitcher the minute he
they give of their ailment he diagnos- touches you," said one amazed ball
es their case and instantly finds the player after Reese had cured him of
cause of the pain. Through years of a. chronic "charley horse."
practice his sense of touch has been One of Reese's five daughters has
developed to an almost supernatural followed in her daddy's footsteps and
point. is becoming an expert as a honesetter.
January is the m-ont o
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preparin. R efrs
yourself occasionalfly by
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Freshmen sectional group basket-!
ball team practice is as follows: 6
o'clock, tonight group 7, 6:30 o'clock,
group 8, 6 o'clock, Friday night, group
9, 6:30 o'clock, group 10.
It is only two more days until the
all-campus swimming meet will be
held. All men who are going to com-
pete can sign up at any time between
now and the meet, 3:30 o'clock, Sat-
urday afternoon.
More than 40 students have enroll-
ed at the Intramural office for the all-
campus tournaments, singles and

after his return.
Daily classified for real results.

MINOR SPORTS MANAGER.
WANTED
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
week.
R. V. RICE,
Manager

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