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lay Wisconsin Tonight and Tomor-
row Afternoon; Anderson and Hen.
derson To Play Final Games
With the return of colder weather,
he ice at the Coliseum is getting back
ito good shape, and Coach Barss
nd his squad took advantage of the
ict with a stiff workout last night,
i preparation .for the Wisconsin
ames tonight and tomorrow after-


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Teams Will Lock Morns
Night In Crucial Game
Ten Race

In Big

The Wolverines are full of pepper
and are determined to take Wisconsin
Into camp in both games. The game
with the American School of Osteo-
pathy Tuesday night, although result-
ing In a defeat for the Michigan team,
served to. put- the men on fighting
edge, and they are sure to go after
the. strong Badger team with the in-
tention of making up for their loss to
the doctors. Coach Blodgett has a
fast aggregation at Wisconsin this
season, and the Wolverines will have
a tough proposition on their hands if
they are to win either or both of the
games. The Badgers dropped their
first game of the season to the power-
ful Marquette six, and like Michigan,
they are looking forward to this
week-end as a means of ketaining
their prestige.
Two -Veterans Graduate
The games with Wisconsin will
mark the final appearance of two of
Michigan's veteran puck-chasers.
"Andy" Anderson and "Clayt" Hen-
derson will graduate at the end of the
present semester, and will leave a
gap in the rpks of Barss' sextet.
Henderson is a two-year man at cen-
ter while Anderson has held down one
of the wings for an equal number of
seasons. Both men are star perform-
eIs and it is fortunate that the Coach
has capable reserve material with+
which to supplant the two veterans.1
"Andy" is one of the scrappiest men9
oi the team, as well as being effici-
eat all-around man. Henderson is a
eenter of great ability and is an ex-
cellent shot, as his spectacular long
shot in Tuesday's game testifies.-
'Clyat's" long shot is a constant men-
e to the opposition as it is liable
to score a goal when the puck is a1
considerable distance from the net.
rodd will probably take Anderson's
>ld place, while Reynolds has shownt
hiimself to be a capable occupant of
.he shoes formerly worn by Hender-{
son. .
In conjunction with tonight's game
he Athletic association will present
he ice carnPi.al which was scheduled
for last Saturday when the condition f
of the ice made it impossible to staget
he affair.
Coach Barss will probably start the
game with the/ following lineup:
wings, Anderson and Beresford or
rodd, defenses Captain Kahn and
'eterman, center Henderson or Rey-
olds, goal Weitzel. Coach BlodgettN
as not yet announced the Badgert
The changed schedule for the fra-
ernities participating in the Western
onference bowlng tournament is as
ollows: 7 o'clock, Monday night, Kap-
a Nu, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Phi
(appa Tau, 8 o'clock, Alpha Chi Sig-
na, Sigma Alpha Mu, Chi Phi, 9
'clock, Cygnus, Hermitage, Lambda
hi Alpha, 7 o'clock Tuesday night,
'heta Xi, Phi Chi, Nu Sigma Nu, 8
'clock, Beta Theta Pi, Delta Theta
hi, Phi Sigma Delta, 9 o'clock, Delta
hi, Kappa Sigma, Phi Delta Theta,
o'clock, Wednesday night, Sigma
hi, Gamma Eta Gamma, Delta Tau
elta, 8 o'clock, Phi Rho Sigma, Psi
}mega, Phi Kappa Psi, 9 o'clock, Del-
a Sigma Phi, Phi Gamma Delta,
elta Upsilon, 7 o'clock, Thursday
ight, Theta Chi, Sigma Nu, Phi Delta
hi, 8 o'clock, Alpha Sigma Phi, Sig-
ia Delta Kappa, Acacia, 9 o'clock,
dpha Tau Omega, Sigma Phi, Tau
lelta Phi, 7 o'clock, Friday night,
heta Delta Chi, Trigon.
Fraternity teams which intend to
ate in the preliminaries of the Michi-
an fraternity meet, can roll their
cores any time by arranging with the
ntramural department for a date. I
hbs applies to those nottentered In
hte Western Conference tournament,
ores made in this tournament count-
g as the preliminary round figure
Bar the local tournament.,s
Basketball for the independent, so-

ety, and church teams will not start
ntil after the examinations. Entries
ill be received any time until the


Concentrating his attention upon
the new men who showed to advan-
tage in the Illinois tilt, Coach Mather
sent his proteges through their final
hard workout last night in prepar-
ation for Iowa, who will invade the
Yost field house tomorrow night.
The squad is in fine shape at the
present time, as was evidenced last
Monday night, and should prove a
formidable foe for the Hawkeye quin-
tet. A light shooting practce will be
held this afternoon.'
Coach Mather has not disclosed any
starting lineup as yet and will prob-
ably reserve his announcement until
the final moment before the contest.
Not only is it uncertain as to who will
line up when the whistle blows;
but it is also difficult to state just
what positions the men will take.
Deng, holding down a guard berth
at the beginning of the season was
suddenly switched to forward against
Ithe Illini, and will play either one of
these positions tomorrow night.
Cherry, formerly a forward, entered
the last game in Capt. Birks' place at
guard, and is also prepared to play
either position.
Haggerty is certain of starting at his
regular forward position, and either
Deng or Cherry should prove a cap-
able running mate. Kipke will play
the running guard, and should Doyle
start at center, which is highly prob-
able, Michigan will be represented by
a speedy offensive, yet strong defen-
sive team. Capt. Birks, Henderson,
andA Mnsailr ida 1+, . .r.-,.

With the first meet set for January work thus far in practice has stamp-
26, the swimming squad is hard at ed him as a swimmer with more than
practice in an effort to come through I oradnary aquatic ability.
its first outside competition of the The recent All-Campus swimming
seasonwith a victory. meet brought to light a number of
Practice is held regularly at the men who have since become members
city Y. M. C. A. pool and the coaches I of the Varsity squad and these men
are confident of turning out a team together with the men from last
that will give a good account of itself year's squad form the nucleus of a
in the meets that are scheduled for good crew of swimmers. Against the
the coming year. The squad will D. A. C. lNichigan will depend on Gow
travel to Detroit for the initial meet and Johnson in the 40 yd. dash free-
which will be held with the Detroit style. Gow is also entered in the 100
Athlete club team at the club's pool. yd. dash free-style and from Johnson
Inasmuch as this is Michigan's Kerr 'and Vaupre will be selected a
initial trial against actual team com- second man for this event.
petition, the performances of the The 220 yd. dash will see Kerr, and
men in their respective events will be probably Gow representing Michigan
watched closely in order to get an with Papenguth and Millner entered in
accurate line on their ability for use the fancy-diving event and Seidman
in the following meets. and Kearns in the plunge. From
In Gow, former interscholastic 40 Kerr, Vaupre, Papenguth and Hyde
yd. dash free-style champion, Michi- will be chosen the entrees for the 60
gan has a man from whom is much is yd. back-stroke. The relay team will
expected. He was ineligible for Var- be composed of Gow, Johnson, Vaupre,
sity competition last year but his and Kerr.






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wards, are also prepared to start the
(By Norman E. Brown) Monoton, N. B., and the mid-Atlantic ing. But the Scandinavian countries, farcas.
It's 'up to the vanguard of Ameri- indoor and outdoor titles. 'producers of ice and snow champions, Iowa will arrive some time tonight
ca's Olympic athletes to set a pace Kaskey, in a way, was the outstand- will have theirusual strong aggrega- or early in the morning, in order to
for the legions that foalow, to maintain' ingfigure of last season. Two years tions tuned to the last notch. So the take advantage of the opportunity of
if America ons t old to maitin ag competition will be keen enough for working out on the floor some time
ifAeiahopes to hold its prestige ago he was virtually, an unknown.evntefss.bfoehegm.TeHwye il
established in the last seven renew- Then on Feb. 2 and 3, 1923, he won the sline up with Laude and Schick, for-
als of the international sport classic. Canadian national titles at Montreal I wd Jish ce and Hicks and
That vanguard is comnrised of the and two days later the American na- warun, Jans,
skaters and hockey stars. The skat- ! tional title at Endicott, N. Y. He then Funk, guards.
ing events will come first in the wint- won five out of six starts at Saranac hr
er center of Chamonix, France. ILake against brilliant fields. However, ward from Texas has it
Judgint from the work of the mem- William Steinmetz occupies the un-1i that Rigney has entirely recoveed
bets of the skating crew they shoauld i ue p+to fbin akdwt from the illness which afflicted him
heso h ktn rwthey soliqu position of being ranked with I- last season and X-rays and examnina-
not be ashamed of their showing these three stars despite the fact thats
abroad. The members of the team he failed to win a title or break any Speaking of the Tigers, Ty Cobb tions by several doctors show him to
are Joe Moore, William Steinmetz, world's records last season. He did smiles at news from Texas regarding be fit. He will start soon to take
Charles Jewtraw, Harry Kaskey, Val- however, enter the last season d the condition of Emory Rigney, his the baths at Marlin, Tex., to get in
entine Bailis and Richard Donovan, champion, carrying the intenational young shortstop star. Rigney was the pink early.
the last two being alternates, trophy from 1922 with him. handicapped last season by physical'
While Jewtraw stands out as the Richard Donovan, one of the altern- ailments which included a bad hip, The Thomas family has certainly
star of the squad, Moore, Kaskey, aes, indicated that he can skate with These ailments caused him to miss a .done its share toward contributing
Steinmetz have set records that place the best of them when he set a new couple of dozen games and hindered football material to the University of
them in the ranks of the stars. Jew- record for the three miles, speeding his fielding in many others. His bat- Chicago. John, famous All-American
traw was crowned the international ;that distance in 8:43:2 1-5 at Endicott ting, however, was above reproach. fullback of 1922, is now a senior at
speed champion of 1923, winning the last winter. While Valentine Bailis In fact, he was the only member of the Chicago. Harry, another star of the
events staged in the Adriondack re- the other alternate, d'd not dra' Tiger infield to hit over .300. team, is a junior, and Max put up a
sorts last season and the international much attention he showed superb Cobb is having his troubles finding stellar game on the freshman team
event at St. Johns, N. B. I form all season and won the Joseph a good second baseman. Were he last year. Lloyd, the youngester o
Moore, however, lowered one of the Donoghue memorial trophy race of forced to find a shortstop to fill Rig- the family, starred on his high school
world's records set by Jewtraw when three miles at Newburgh N. Y. ney's shoes he would be hard pressed. i team.
the former won the three-quarter This is the crew on which America
mile event at Lake Placid last Feb- I depends in getting away to a flying
ruary, setting a new mark of two min- start in the Olympic dames. Judg-
utes and 2 1-5 seconds. Moore also ! ing by their work to late Uncle Sam
won the Maritime championship at need not feel ashamed of their show- i... O



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