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II E SETTING NEW SWIMMING
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'NIGHT WITH SCHOOL
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YEARLING COURlT

Line, Kuenzel, Swan and Weiss are;
probably the best. The squad is re-E
plete in fast forwards with Chambers,
Schrumph, Westnedge, Ross and:
Friedman as the outstanding perform-;
ers in this position.

TISFIED BY !
G AGAINST IRISH

robable Michigan Line-up Is Same
As That Which Played Against
Notre Dame Aggregation
Well-pleased with the work of hisl
en in Saturday night's game against
e Notre Dame aggregation, Coach
>e Barss spent last night's practice
ssion in correcting the defects that,
'opped out as N, natural consequence
' the lack of work last week, and
ie team is primed for tonight's match.
ith the American School of Osteo-]
.thy.
The 3-1 victory over the Irish was a
)teworthy feat in many respects. In
e first place the losers showed them-
4ves to be a strong team. Their
amwork was good and they had sev-1
al hockeyists of no mean ability.
aptain McSorley, Timmens and Egan
1 put up fine games against thej
olverines, and it is a tribute to
irss' aggregation that the Catholics
ere on the short end of the score.
irthermore, he, fact that the Michi-
mn sextet was able to get in but one
actice last week on account of the
or condition of the ice at the Coli-
um. The skating surface was not in
e best of shape for the game but the
ay was fast notwithstanding.
Work of Varsity Pleasing
The showing of the new men was
pecially pleasing to Coach Barss.-
eitzel played goal throughout the
me and gave an excellent account
himself. He was plainly nervous
r the first few minutes, but later
t his stride and his game sparkled
r 'the rest of the time. He made a
mber of good stops, and showed lots
fight. When he reaches the peak'
condition, he should be a most cap-
le goal tender. Reynolds, who was
spnsible for two of Michigan's
ree goals, also made an excellent
pression. He showed great speed,
clever eye, and most important of 1
, the ability to work into any com-1
Lation. He upheld his end of all the1
rmations and played a brainy game
roughout. When he is in better con-
ion, he will be a great asset to the]
chigan sextet. Todd, a wing:
owed plenty of promise while hef
s in the game. Like Reynolds, he
.s a factor in the team's forma-
ns, and his whole game showed
ich ability which will probably be-!
ne more pronounced as the season
>gresses. ,
'he veterans, Captain Kahn, Beres-
'd, Anderson, Henderson, and Pet-
nan upheld their end of the game
their usual manner. The fact that
se men had played together last
Lr together with the adaptability1
the new players made teamwork
ssible in spite of the forced layoff.f
a week that was imposed on the

All soph lits who have played bas-
ketball and wish to tryout for the class
team should report at 6 o'clock, Tues-- Candidates Possess Weight, Height,
day evening, at Waterman gymnasium Aggressiveness and Ability ;
for practice.T [h ot
The schedule for the fraternities en- COACH FISHER MAKES FINAL
tered in the Western Conference bowl- CUT, RETAINING 6 PLAYERS Danny Frush, the husky little Eng-
ing tournament has arrived at the In- ( lish feather who aspired to knock the
tramu-ral office and the games for next Speaking of the present freshman featherweight crown from Johnny Kil-
Tuesday and Wednesday nights are basketball team. Coach Ray Fisher, bane's hea dfour years ago, sends word
as follows: Tuesday, Delta Sigma Pi, yearling court mentor, says that never from England that he is doing a real
Phi Kappa Sigma, Phi Sigma Kappa; since he has had freshman basketbal'I comebck. He has won three fights
Wednesday, Alpha Rho Chi, Beta Phi under his supervision has a squad recently, two by knockouts. Figures
Delta, Chi Psi, Delta Sigma Delta. of such high court calibre answered he will be feather champ of England
Delta Alpha Epsilon, Delta Tau Ep- his call for candidates. by the time he sails for the U. S. next
silon. This year's squad of freshman bas- spring. Believes he will then be ready
keteers according to Fisher combine, to meet Johnny Dundee and cop the
Following are the managers and in themselves, most of the essentials title. Vain hope of course. Frush
their telephone numbers, who have that go toward making an ideal court lacks the fighting heart for one thing.
been selected to direct the activities of outfit. Weight and speed combined It must be said, however, that Sam-
class hockey and basketball teams: with aggressiveness are the main my Harris washed Frush into the
Fresh engineers, George Lamb, 2100 features of the squad and Fisher match with Kilbane and then deserted
M, fresh law, John Bacon, 335, senior claims that when next season's Var the kid-left him fiat. '
lits, Tracy, 355, senior lits, Crawforth, sity team is selected, men from this I--- ~
783, soph engineers, V. P. Vose, 3056-J, year's yearling squid will have to be The Chicago Cub and White Sox
soph' engineers, Eddy, 1166, education, givenserious consideration for berths nd
Donnelly, senior engineers, McClen- on the team. owners have evolved an unique plan
ahen, 595, junior engineers, O. W. Squad Given Final Cut for cutting. down the list of spring1
Reed, 1399, soph lits, Hicks, 909, archi- The final cut has been made and holdouts next March. This plan, sim-j
tects, Barry, 974-M, junior lits, Mc- the squad is now down to a group of ple in operation, is simply to refuse
Cobb, 33, freshman lits, Stellwagen, ; 36 men. Practices are held every af- the adamant ones free board at the.
461-J, senior medics, Jim Campbell, ternoon but Saturday at the Yost training camps while they are decid-
622, junior medics, Bliss, 397, soph field house but the full number does ing to accept what is offeretl them in,
medics, Beck, 609, fresh medics, to be not report every day. Afternoon work the line of salary.
!selected, junior laws, Zinn, 2619. keeps some men away on certain days Every year every big league club;
If. the telphone numbers of the and on the average the men get three has one or two men who can't come to
above are not included, men interested or possibly four practices a week, terms with the club bosses on salary.
In the basketball and hockey tourn With the style of play used in the They wait until the last minute be-
ments for the classes can get a tryout Conference, size is an important fac- fore accepting what they know weeks
for the team by calling the Intramural tor in the success of the team ond this ahead, to be the final answer. They
office and leaving their name, which year's freshmen have -been especially report to camp unsigned and contin-
will be handed to the manager in fortunate in having men who can ue to dicker while working out-and
question. stan4 a most favorable physical com eating three squares at the best hotel-
parison with most of the Varsit4 in town.
SThe schedule for the basketball squads. On the first team there is But the Cub and Sox holdouts will
teams in the tramural tournaments not a man under 6 feet and the rest have to nay their own freight at camp
for this weeks is as follows- 7 '- of the squad measures up well as far until the sign.
as physical proportions go..
clock, Tuesday evening, Alpha Chi Drill a Fundamental
Sigma vs. Phi Delta Chi, Phi Delta As yet practice has been confined
Theta vs. Delta Tau Up:ilon, , Phi mainly to the grasping of fundamen-
Gamma Delta vs. Alpha Sigma, Sigma tals. Most attention being placed up-
club vs. Phi Kappa Psi; 7:45 o'clock, on pivoting, arch-shooting, and apt
group 1 vs. group 3, group 2 vs. group handling of the ball. Although there
4, group 5 vs. group 7, group 6 vs. has been little scrimmage with the;-
group 8; 8:30 o'clock, Delta Sigma Varsity, Fisher believes that, as the
Phi vs. Phi Mu Alpha, Sigma Delta season gets under way he will have
Kappa vs. Phi Delta Epsilon, Delta the chance to see his proteges in
Sigma; Dl'ta vs. Phi Beta Delta, Psi action quite frequently against Math-
Omega Vs Beta Theta Pi; 9:15 O'- er's squad.
clock, Phi' Epsilon Pi vs. Theta Chi, Among the most promising men
Psi Upsilon vs. Delta Theta Phi, Phi under Fisher's care is Harrigan, a )
Sigma. Delta vs, Peers, Tau Delta; Phii lanky center, who is at present hold-
vs. Del-, Kppa Epsilon. ing down the .job of first center.
The schedule for Wednesday is as Other good pivot-men are Johnson,
follows:, 7 o'clock, Hermitage vs. Elkin and Staggs. There are a num- -
(Continued on Page Seven) ber of good guards and of those Hall,
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Wjhich means the holdout lists wall
fade rapidly a dlay or two before the
teams start for camp.
Reb Russell, whose spectacular bat-
ting took the National league by storm
when he did a comeback with the
Pirates, probably will not be seen
in the big show next season. He has
been released to Kansas City and if
he isn't seen there probably will re-
turn to Minneapolis, where he busted
all the fences before being .grabbed
by the Pirates.
,Is
MAY1AND MITCHELL WILL
KOLD "A LSPORTS" NGHT
In an attempt to show to the stu-
dents on the campus just what sports
are being carried on at Waterman
gymnasium, Dr. George L. May, Di-
rector of Waterman ymnasium, and
Ebmer D. Mitchell, Director 'of Intra-
mural 'athletics, have planned an "All
Sports"'night which will be held early
in the second semester at Waterman
gymnasium.
Men in all branches of athletics will
be represented. Coach Sullivan will.
!line up some of his star battlers for
the occasion and Coach Farrell and
Mather will be asked to help pick
teams to- take part in track and has-
ket-ball. Besides these, some of the
Varsity and freshmen wrestlers will
perform along with some of the
clever fencers and gymnasts, who are
now working out in the gymnasium.
IFinal plans have not been made as
" yet and at the next conference be-
I tween the directors sponsoring the ex-
hibition it is likely that a definite date
will be decided upon, one which will
not conflict with other events on the
University calendar. A nominal fee
will be charged for admittance in or-
der to defray the expenses of the
mrow.
Patronize The Daily .A oertlsers.

Gertrude Ederley and Johnny Weism nller
(By Norman E. Brown) the records submitted, however, have
When the International Amateur been producted under authorized con-
Swimming Federation meets in Paris ditions.
M Jiss Ederley has ranked as the
next July the approval of 11 world's greatest of the American women
records made by American swimmers swimmers for a couple of seasons.!
will be asked. Miss Bauer, Ethelda Bliebtrey and one
Nine of these 11 new marks were set or two other fair performers have
by two stars--Gertrude Ederley ,.andmade things interesting for her, how-
ever. 'Miss Ederley swims under the
Johnny Weismuller. Miss Ederley colors of the Women's Swimming As-.
alone set five. Johnny scored four. sociation of New York.
Sybil Bauer and M. Wehsela, of Hon- Weismuller jeopardized his career
olulu etsablished the other two new jin striving for the mark he set. For
#marks. a time it was feared his swimming'
Here is a, list of remarkable reco rdswas over. A temporary heart afflic-
Miss Ederley has turned in-=which t lilteddhis work for a time and
have already been accepted as official he was sent to the hospital to rest.
by the national record compWittee of I He has apparently recovered' fromf
the A. A. U.,. All of the records are this, however. He represents the Il-
in the free-style swim. One of them linois Athletic club.
was made in tide water and four in -
pools. Chicago, Jan. 14.-Taking the lead'
100 metres, free-style (in open wat- at the opening of the contest, Wig
er) 1 minute, 12 and 1-5 seconds. consin's' basketball team' maintained
100 metres, tank, 1.12 4-5. it all the way Saturday'jnight,.defeating
220 yards, 2:45 1-5: Northwestern 25 to 10 in a Western
200 metres, 2:45 1-5. Conference game
880 yards, 13-19.
Here is the list that Jonothan turn-.
ed in:
300 meters, 3.35 1-5. MINOR SPORTS MANAGER
440 yards, 4.57. YWANTED
400 metres, 4.57.
500 yards, 5.50 2-5. Sophomores'who wish to try out I
The record set by Miss Bauer is for assistant manager in minor
1.26 3-5 for 100 metres backstroke. $ sports 'vill please' report at the
Wehsela's record was 1.03 for the Varsity hockey room at the Col-
free-style swim. iseum at 7 o'clock any night this
The approval of the rocords by the week.
International body is expected as it is H. V. RICE,

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i both of Reynolds' goals it was merely a mattef of form except where E 'Manager
ain Kahn who carried the puck some question has been raised. All
n the ice and who passed it to
clever center. Peterman made ,illNIliIllU[lllIl 1l
of the feature plays of the game
n he shot one of Michigan's*goals. UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN '
:e" had the puck at a conisiderable, 5
nce from the Irish goal, and by
eautiful long shot, succeeded inIs a
ing the disc past the Notre Dame
dian. Beresford, Anderson, and 5
:erson also put up their usual
llent brand of hockey.1=
Drill for Tonight's Game
ach Barss worked with his team f
night in an effort to perfect the d
work of the Wolverinies for the -
e tonight. The Doctors have been
ticing since 'two weeks before 5
stmas vacation at the Toronto
a where they have artificial ice
i which to work. Every year they I ;
h a trip during the course of -
h they encounter some of the .
ing schools of the country on sthe
Last year they met the Army;
Syratuse and other prominent =
ern schools in hockey, and exper- T E
d considerable success. The }5=AIIUrsJt .V E ni fl
rerines will be handicapped when
meet the Osteopaths due to the 1
t practice period of the Michi-A aitJan tAi5 :00 ta auomaedwthtm i- P
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ts The Wove in wil gie Tckets at Al ookstores
d of hockey which marked their
ry Saturday night. MichiganB
no doubt use the same lineup as,
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