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TikS EMfPLOY PASSINGI (GAME
MIXED WITH EFFORTS
OF STARS.
60TORS SHOW RESULT
"CANAIAN PRACTICE
e ,ign Defense Late In Contest
Cags4s Change In Play
'F VISITORS-
n spite of their best efforts td win
second game of the season
chigan's hockey artists were forced
bow to the superior all-around
y: of the sextet representing the
cricanSchool of Osteopathy by a
re of 6-3 last night' at the Col-
1m.
oah 1Barss aggregation was un-
e t cope with the polishing com-
ation play of the Doctors, whose
g pactice period in Canada was
st evident in their type of game-
h from a trip through the Do-
ion, in the course of which they
i all their games with a single
eption, the visitors employed a
sing game intermixed with the ef-
is of their star performers, with
resiilt that the Michigan team was
classed. Bars' men put up a
appy game, and forced the visit-
to travel at top speed througout
contest. In spite of their ag-
asive play, the Wolverines' lack of
etice told upon them in the fact o
ir failure to employ * passing
ieWith, any app'eciable success.
is no disgrace to the Michigan
tet to have lost tQ their opponents,
> boasted of one of the best hockey
ns ever seen in Ann Arbor. Both
individual play and in teamwork,
Osteopaths showed brilliant form.
3y worked up the ice in perfect
consistently. The result was that
Michigan defense was drawn apart
- then the excellent stick work
accurate shooting of the Doctors
e into play.
tkinson, the victors' right wing
red an especially strong game in
third period, when he broke
ugh the Michigan defene time
r time. He shot two goals in the
part of the contest, both of-which
e accomplished without the help
,s teammates. His speed, dodg-
nasterful handling of the puck,
his swiift, accurate shooting com-
to make him one of the best
iey players ever seen at the Col-
m. Atkinson was not the only
of his team, although he was
bably the most spectacular.
iffin, at center, was another per-
ter of great merit. He shot one
his team's goals, and was in on
ther.
lie entire Michigan team put up a
d, peppery game, but it was an up-
battle from the start, and the
rior teamwork of the visitors was
much for Barss' sextet. Captain
n was an effective factor in what
ess the Wolevrines had in break-
up the Doctors' .rushes.
"Pep Plays Well
'ep" Reynolds also played an ex-
ant' game for the losers, he bing
rumnental in checking the attacis
he visitors on numerous' occas-
when they were threatening the
verine goal. Weitzel, by his fast
k at goal kept the score from
nting to even larger proportions.
made 17 stops against the six
s that got past him. Several of
stojps were exceptionally hard
, and the new goal. tender's game
a credit to him..
lndy" Anderson and Jim Beres-
played their usual strong game
e wing positions. Beresford's goal
lie second period was, one of the
ires of the game.
te Osteopaths started the game
a rush, Johnston scoring a goal
r one minute and 10 seconds of
in the opening period. Giffin
ed the rubber to Johnston on this
The Doctors added to their lead
a Gifn, unassisted, whizzed one
the MIlichigan basket. This goal1
eefive minutes and 5 seconds af-

Michigan, With One Conference
OSTEOPATHY SCH OOLVictory, Prepares For Hawkeyes
With the first game of the season be more popular this season than any
Approximately all of the fraternities "tucked awayj Michigan assdmes a in the past due of course to the add--
ter the game had started. Fifty sec- which are fighting for the athletic place with the leaders of the Western ed seating facilities. Monday night;
gme haestrted dFKfhy sec tcups offered by the Intramural de- Conference race, by virtue of the vic- saw the largest crowd in Michigan
passedf to Henderson who scored g tory over Illinois, which was one of history, it being estimated that be-
pa's to endon, whoscoredthe most all-around athletic effici- the hardest struggles in Wolverine tween six and eight thousand ver~e
Michigan'f pint. eney, have entered the Western Con- basketball history. From the start present to see the inauguration of the:
The period ended with the score 2 entc trt ng ta the teams appeared evenly matched Western Conference season, here.
The periodended with the ss 2g nment which started last night at and fogh' throughout the contest Heretofore the games were played at
to 1 with the "Wolverines lagging number of the Big Ten schools. with no team having a margin of more Waterman iugymnasieodsate icia'setre mtlovr70adwhnoniche, prove opnet ntrlyndeude o tef r
Threewa miutesand 40hsecond after Michigan's entries total over 70 and th one tbasket over their ooe etelya inaut for tecod
, play was resumed in the second per- from that list it is hoped that one Michigan started the game with a that wanted to follow the champions.
iod, Atkinson brought the total for may be able to emergethe winner. man for man defense but this did not of the West on the basketball court.
his team up to three by sneaking one Last winter Phi Gamma Delta of last very long. Captain Potter and In the field house there is ample
through when the Michigan defense Michigantied with another of the or- Popken, although small in stature, space for eight thousand spectators,
a was drawn apart. Honors were about ganizations, at another Big Tenmaeuinsedadtmendie foriessmaysculb az
even for several minutes with both school for second place. This is the again broke through the Michigande- ed for beform
d teams playing fast hockey. Then, af- highest position which any organ- fen with thr passi gan d-
ter seven minutes of play, Beresford ization at Ann Arbor has attained bsi
shot his spectacular goal. For over since the Wolverines were included bing, and scored or threatened tor
I five minutes there was no further scor- in the entries. score. The insertion of Cherry into j
ing, but then O'Connor added to his The balance of the schedule for the the fray when things seemed bad for
team's lead with a beautiful goal on rest of the tournament, which started Michigan checked a certain Illinois
' a long hard shot. When the two ag- last night, is as follows, Alpha Rho gally and probably a victory, for the WI-H li"i" 1IJ ir
gregations came on the ice for the Chi, Beta Phi Delta, Chi Psi, Delta wearers of the Indian lash checked the elusive
final quarter, the score stood at 4-2 Sigma Delta, Delta Alpha Epsilon, shhini lar a held h tousne C
The Osteopaths started off with an- Delta Tau Upsilon, tomorrow night, Illini leader and held him to one Coach Sullivan is engaged ievery
other rush, and Atkinson scored three Sigma Pi, Zeta Psi, "Sigma Phi Ep- basket the remander of the game day in giving boxnginstrutions to,
minutes after he had twisted and short, Alpha KappaKappa n Ding and Kipke, Mather possess- many men who are anxious to take,
dodged his way through the entire Alpha, Psi. Upsiion, Xi Psi Phi, Alpha es a fast pair of guards. After the
dhied his way throsingthadethrough advantage of his courses and as te
e Michigan defense Theta 'hi, Friday, Alpha Chi Rho, opposing forwards had broken through
Meynse. Phi Kappa, Zeta Beta Tau, Hermitage the Michigan defense, this pair would number of these men keeps stadily
Reynolds Shoots Goal olw h i oth aktadicesn h smr nmr oe
After this goal, the Wolverines rai- Phi Alpha Delta, Cygnus, January 21.' follow the mn to the basket and increasing he is more and more hope-
lied and carried the am -Chi Phi, Sigma Alpha Mu, Alpha Chi -break off his shot when a basket ful of official recognition of boxing1
Si e Sigma, Phi Kappa Ta, Sigma Alpha seemed certain. The shift from guard as a competitive sport on the campus.
opponents' territory. Reynolds shot Sga h ap aSgaApa1
a oal at the ehtminutey mar, iEpsilon, Tau Kappa Epsilon, Kappa to center with Doyle helped out con-. The rapid increase of interest in
ig- emark Nu, January 22, Alpha Gamma Rho siderably. He opposed Stilwell, the boxing as a sport has brought such.
narrowly misse another a few sec- Lambda Chi Alpha, Delta Alpha Pi' all center of the Illini, who was re- a rush of men for instruction that1
onds later when the puck was rushed Theta Xi, Phi Chi, Nu Sigma Nu Jan-' puted to be of exceptional ability and "Ted" believes that as far as numbers
to immediately in front of the Doctors' ary 23, Alpha Zeta, Beta Theta Pi a high scorer. Doyle, who is only a .go it can compare with almost anyi
goal. A fast scrimmage ensued, dur- Delta Theta Phi, Delta Kappa Theta, sophomore, proved the undoing of his other sport on the campus.
in Det thecourseofewhichKRutherford.
rug the course of which Rutherford Triangle, Phi Sigma Delta, Phi Kappa opponent, for he held him to a lone For some reason or other boxing as'
made three successive stops. The Alpha, January 24, Delta Chi, Kappa basket besides caging the leather a university activity seems to be a
play continued to be fast as the Wol- Sigma, Phi Delta Theta, Sigma Chi once from the foul line. Kipke held dead issue in the Conference and ac-
verines were making a last desperate Gamma Eta Gamma, Delta Tau Delta, his man to one basket and was able cording" to Sullivan there is not a
attempt to pull the game out of the Phi Rho Sigma, January 25, Psi to drop in two counters from the floor school in the West that has the ring'
fire. Omega, Phi Kappa Psi, Delta Sigma and an equal number from the foul equipment that Michigan can boast of.
However, the slippery Atkinson put Phi, Pi Alpha Chi, Phi Upsilon Pi line. Kipke's speed makes him a If scenes down in the boxing room of
an end to Michigan hopes when he January 28, Delta Theta Sigma, Theta pivot in the passing game used by Waterman gym are an indication of
shot. his third goal of the game, on kappa Phi, Phi Gamma Delta, Kappa Mather's men and he proved himself anything then there seems to be en-i
another of his "loie, ,wolf" excur- Tau Delta, Epsilon Psi Epsilon, Del- capable of filling the shoes of the best ough material at Michigan to turn out1
sions down the rink- ta Upsilon, January 29, Theta Chi, guards in the race this season. Cher- an excellent team and "Ted" feels
Sigma Nu, Phi Delta Chi, Alpha Sigma ry was sent into the contest expressly certa that were he given the chance
F IN SQU 's t Phi, Sigma Delta Kappa, January 30, to check Captain Potter of the vis he could develop a team that would
Acacia, Alpha Tau Omega, Sigma Phi, itors, who was outstanding star hold its own with any in the country.
Tau Delta Phi, Theta Delta Chi, Tri. from the Illinois camp. "Red" did Boxing has taken a firm hold in
gon, Zeta Beta Phi. his work well, tiring the fast for- Imost of the Eastern universities and
{i ward until he was forced to leave tournaments between the colleges are!
Following is the basketall schedule the game for rest. When he re-en- given the hearty support of the stu-
for the fraternity, class, and fresh- tered the game it was too late fc dent body and the faculty. Varsity
LACK OF EQIPMENT PROVIN Y men sectional . group basketball Michigan had solved their opponents letters are awarded n tsuccessfulper-
IIANDTCAP TO MEN og teams for the balance of the week: 7 attack and held them, in check tl h ome o be rear as thy a
TEAM v + o'clock, tonight, 'Hermitage vs. Riclh last two minutes of play. has come to be regarded as worthya7
ard club, Phi Kappa Alpha vs. Ac Popken also showed to good advant- one as almost any on the campus.
Although somewhat hamered b acia, Kappa Sigma vs. Theta Xi, Sig- age as well as Parker who went in For this coming season Lehigh has on
1ma Alpha Mu vs. Alpha Rho Chi; 7:45 for Britton, Illinois fullback on th its schedule among others Pennsyl-
the failure of equipment to arrive at o'clock, Kappa Nu vs. Delta Upsilon, championship football team, who fail- vania, Princeton, Cornell, and Yale.
the expected time, the informal fenc- ,Theta Delta Chi vs. Sigma Chi, Xi Psi ed to show the speed that was neces-
ing squad under the personal super- Phi vs. Lambda Chi Alpha, Sigma Phi sary to check Haggerty, star Michigan
vision of Dr. George A. May, director vs. Phi Chi; 8:30 o'clock, Nu. Sigma forward and high scorer of the game
Nu vs. Delta Sigma Pi, Zeta Beta Tau It was Haggerty who threatened the
of Waterman gymnasium, and Coach j vs. Phi Pi, Delta Tau Delta vs. Zeta visitors and when Michigan fell in
Smellie is showing great improvement Psi, Sigma Nu vs. Phi Rho Sigma; the lurch he would come from behin
over that which met the eyes of the 9:15 o'clock, fresh engineers vs. fresh to tie the score or put the Wolverines
spectators who witnessed the mem- laws, senior lits, (Crawforth).'vs. soph in the lead. He was closely watched
bers of the large sqwrad when they engineers, education vs. architects, field goals before the game ended,
first took up the sport early last fall. Junior engineers vs. senior medics. by Popken but broke away for fn-
Many of the men who have been Thursday's schedule is as follows: In the other Conference game of the
with the original squad are about 7 o'clock, Sigma Alpha Epsilon vs. evening Wisconsin put over a win at
ready tq engage in contests for pub- Phi Delta Chi, Delta Alpha Epsilon vs. the expense of Indiana with a small
lic exhibition but there again the Phi Kappa Psi, Alpha Sigma vs. Sig- margin of one point, the score being
lack of equipment prevents such ma Club; 7:45 o'clock, group 1 vs. 27-26. This puts Wisconsin at the
plans. However, Dr. May has planned group 5, group 4 vs. group 6, group 10 head of the Western Conference race
a contest for the novices in the ranks vs. group 8, group 3 vs. group 7; 8:30 with three wins and no losses to date.
of his pupils for the purpose of bring- o'clock, junior laws vs. freshmen lits, Michigan and Iowa are tied for sec-
ing to light their weaknesses in com- junior fits vs. soph lits, senior engin- ond place with a win apiece and no
bat and to ascertain just how some eers vs. soph medics, senior lits vs. defeats. Iowa started the season with
of the men will act when under fire. soph engineers (Eddy); 9:15 o'clock, the same team that last season romp-
This event will probably be 'scheduled Phi Delta Epsilon vs. Delta Sigma Phi, ed away with the championship. This
for the last week before the examina- f (Continued on Page Eight) year Iowa has a good chance for the
tions. No decisions will be given and honors but this time of the season is
the results will only serve to stimulate to early to predict the out come. II-
the more ineperienced onto greater linois' defeat of Ohio State raised
proficiency in the sport. A MINOR SPORTS MANAGER their standing considerably in the
- There is much favorable comment IWANTED Conference race but Michigan's do-
on the ability some of the men are feat of Illinois on Monday night plac-
showing in fencing and some of the Sophomores who wish to try out es the Wolverines in a formidable
more daring cirtics have even been so for assistant manager in minor position for Conference honors. Pur-
bold to say that in some respects the + sports will please report at the due has lost one game but has prom-
sport has come upl with the standards j Varsity hockey room at the Col- ise of finishing up with the leaders.
maintained in the East, where fenc- iseum at 7 o'clock any night this Purdue has been famous for its good
ing is much more popular. Besides, week. basketball teams and this year's out-
from the efforts of Dr. May, this fav- R. V. RICE, Ifiit is said not to be below the aver-
orable comment is given to CoachT Manager ge.

Smellie, who was captain of the fenc- _The game at Michigan promises to fIC'
ing team at the U. S. Naval academy I
before coming to Michigan to take- --------- .- ---------. Rm
post graduate work in architecture.
Daily classified for real results.
and
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without liking them
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instantly wins ap-

If Everett Barnes, former Colgate
star; makes good with the Pirates ,Coach Barker, Not Certain As To

next season he may do considerable'
toward uplifting the game for he is an
English teacher and spends his, wint-
er months as instructor in a Brooklyn
high school. When taken to task for
striking out or pulling a. boner he
probably will come back with Ben
Turpin's famous remark: "All I can,
say is that the incident is regretable."
Adolph Lnque, Red pitcher; might
be called "TheDurable Cuban," He
has pitched six years for the Cinci
team,
Fielder Jonesl, boss of the "Hitless
Wonders" recalls one game in which
Nick Ajtrock, pitching for Los Angel-
es, caught eleven men off first. 'Twas
back in 1901 or 1902.
Matt Kilroy, old time southpaw,
used to catch runners napping off
first and then make the putouts him-
self,
Donie Bush, former Tiger shortstop-
ping star who will manage the Indian-
apolis A. A. team next season, began'
his baseball career in the Indiana city.
as a sandlot star.
Ed Ruelbach, when with the Chica-1
go Cubs, pitched a doubleheaderI
against the Dodgers and shut theml
out both times,
A year ago last summer Bill Tei'-
ry, then pitcher, was given a trial
with the Giants, after his purchase
from Toledo, and was then released,
as a bloomer. This winter the Giants
refused two offers of better than $301-
000 for Bill Terry, a left handed first
baseman. They regained Bill's ser-.
vices from Toledo late last season at-
ter he had hit .390 in the American
association and ranked as one of the
best first base guardians in the min-
ors.
One of the outfits that offered big,
dough for Billium was a big league
club. The other was the Indianapol-
is team in the A. A.
Terry first drew the Giant's at-
tention with his pitching for, Little
Rock.
The American skaters have arrived
at Paris in preparation for the Olym-
pic sports.

Personnel Of Team For
First Meet
BOILERMAKERS BOAST OF
iPOWERFUL AGGREGATION
Varsity wrestling coach, Barker, is
pushing his team through stiff daily
workouts in order that he may pit
a strong aggregation against the Pur-
due grapplers Saturday in the first
wrestling met of the season for the
Wolverines, chalk up a victory and
consequently give his unexperienced
team more confidence in future meets.
Barker is still undecided as to the
personnel of the team that will carry
the Maize and Blue colors against
the Boilermakers. It is a pretty
safe bet that Defoe will be the Michi-
gan entrant in the 115 pound class.
In th 125 pound class Barker will
use either Doty or Karbel. Both are
fast. and aggressive and may chalk
up a win. Gillard and Felber are the
cream of the 1$5 pound cl;,Rs while
Rose is certain to be seen in the 145
pound division. Rose is. perhaps the
most experienced grappler on the
team and is expected to garner many
points for the Wolverine before the
season is ended. Either Marion or
Ferenz will carry the colors in the
175 pound department. Lowell. Pal-
mer of the foothill squad is Barker's
best heavyeight.
As wrestling has been an official
sport at Purdue for the last nine or
ten years the Noilermake'rs can be
counted upon to come to Ann Arbor
with an experienced team. A goodly
number of the members of the squad
are veterans and have had a. lot of
valuable experience on the mat.
Kiltpatrick in the 115 pound class
is a man of no mean ability and will
Piobably give Defoe a toigh battle.
Turner is the second best 125 pounder
in the conference and will undoubted-
ly give Barker's men something over
which to worry. Miller, Dye, Borden,
Koldyke, Rasmusser and McMillan the
remainder of the Purdtue squad are
all good men.
Dublin, Jan. 15.-Effective today no
motion picture film is periitted to be
exhibited in Ireland without the Free
State censor's O. K.
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