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January 20, 1924 - Image 6

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played their opponents throughout Zeta Psi vs. Sigma Nu, Phi Sigma Del- on them the first time he stepped
the game. ta vs. Delta Kappa Epsilon, Chi Psi into the ring.
STE[T BAT TL[E 0 B D E 1For the Badgers, Captain Johnson vs. Tau Delta Phi. Acacia vs. Tri- Now comes one of Firpo's South
was easily the luminary. The Wis- gon. American brothers, Luis Vincentini,
TMsi intwa twe f tent with a pair of red shoes, trimmed in
on the defense, and he shot the goal Likewise the games scheNuled for * gold. Wow! The first time he wore
that enabled his team to finish the them in the ring in the U. S. the front
game on even terms with the Wolver- the Western Conference fraternity Arowfans looked for the rest of the
g Wisconsin Defense Reeps Wolghe ines. bowling tournament will be completed 1,chorus.
game on their wagon, and neither team before next Saturday. Some of the game since history began has had
eCnehTeam could score. The Badgers were kept - teams have scored fairly high scores something to distinguish him in the "Big six hriy Mathewson
on-:the defensivereostiofdtheother dut-
eon the defensive most of the time, but- and there is every reason to believe ring. Stanley Ketchel, for instance, has just received aother dis
when the puck came near their goal
E EXTRA PERIODS FAIL theynrepeatedly cme ita ck to thethat last year's high scores will fall wore red trunks that could be seen a tinction to add tot he maniy he
They reeeatealedforceo it eadireotohe
ro DECIDE GREAT CONTEST middle of the rink or to the Michiby for the week is as mile. Jack Dempsey still wears a a as received in baeball.ie leas
-gan end of the ice. rgeolrdswarhe o in
uing remarkably fast hockey on Three minutes after the opening of1 lows: 7 c'clock, tomorrow night, Kap- frs oldrat he L or F of the Nat ona league.
at was full of ruts and cracks tahis first importantmill. Luis Firpo
a a sn cks The games sneduled for this week appa Tau, $ o'clock, Alpha Chi Sig- made blase New Yorkers gasp when Some of the real old timers will
ithrugh the regular three per- Kahn shot a beautiful goal, but the in the basketball tournaments being ma, Sigma Alpha Mu, Chi Phi, 9 he sprung his checkerboard bath robe recall that Kid Murphy, New Yorker,
Lnd three ten-minute overtime a double foul /before the puck had sonsored by the Intramural depart- o'clock, Cygnus, Hermitage, Lambda
s to a 2-2 tie yesterday after- yhBdment are expected to be better than Chi Alpha, 7 o'clock Tuesday night,
gone by the Badger goal tender, and any week preceding as many of the Theta Xi, Phi Chi, Nu Sigma Nu, 8
Badger aggregation came back the soe a trcnte Bt te leagues will windup their games he- o'clock, Beta Theta Pi, Delta Theta
Baderwere setting a terrific pa e, but the ifre Thursday night. Some of the Phi, Phi Sigma Delta, 9 o'clock, Delta
after their defeat Friday night Wolverines had the edge and forcedT
.ayed an old-style four-man de- the play. However they were not teams have to wait until after the ex- Chi, Kappa Sigma, Phi Delta Theta,
game which the Michigan ath- equal to the task of scoring again in aminations to finish, however. 7 o'clock, Wednesday nght, Sigma
Were unable to solve. Profiting the period The second extra eriod The schedule follows: 7 o'clock to- Chi, Gamma Eta Gamma, Delta Tau
heir experience in the first game was also marked by whirl-wind hock- morrow, Chi Psi vs. Phi Sigma Delta, Delta, S o'clock, Phi Rho Sigma, Psiy
series, in which they were shut ey but again the score was still knot- Peers vs. Delta Kappa Epsilon, Acacia Omea, Phi Kappa Psi ma, Del-r
e Wisconsin sextet made their ted when the. timel eeper's whistle vs. Richard club, l-Jeritage vs. rpi- Delta Si o, i Go'cl mma hDelta On all of Our Imported6
e their offense, so to speak, and ended the period. In the third over.gon; 7:45 o'clock, Phi Kappa igma Delt Tpsilon, 7ig'clNc, Thurda
d most of their efforts to keer time session, Michigan fans were giv- vs. Theta Xi, Kappa Sigma vs. Cyg- Ch, Tht'Ci, Siga Num Phi, Delt
pponents away from their goal en a momentary thrill when the Wol- nus, Phi Sigma Kappa vs. Kappa Nu, ma Delta Kappa, Acacia, 9 o'clock,
cessfully did their plan work verine sextet forced the puck down tc Delta Upsilon vs. Theta Delta Chi; Alpha Tau Omega, Sigma Ph, Tau
at the Wolverines were not able the Wisconsin goal, where Reynolds 8:30 o'clock, Alpha Chi Rho vs. Xi JDelta Phi, 7 o'clock, Friday night, and Tan American Grain
re until the third period. The made a short pass to Anderson, whcPsi Phi, Delta Chi vs. Sigma Phi, Al- Thta Delta Chi, Trigon.I for1y January 21s
rs had put two shots at thc shot the goal. The ladgers, with pha Tau Omega vs. Nu Sigma Nu, T Fraternity teams which intend to
ar goal in the first period and their backs to the wall, came back Delta Sigmua Pi vs. Phi Pi; 9:15o'- roal in the preliminaries of the Michi-
these resulted in a tally when strong, and resorted to a desperate of- clock, Sigma Nu vs. Alpha Sigma Phi, gan fraternity meet can roll their -
the Wisconsin wing sent a fensive game in the attempt to even Zeta Psi vs. Phi Kappa Tau, Delta scores any time by arranging with the
Tom" looping into the Michi- matters up. Several minutes after the Tau Upislon vs. Phi elta Cii, Phi Intramural department for .a date.
t. The goal looked like an ea- Wolverine goal, Captain Johnson shot Delta Theta vs. Gamla Alpha Ep- This applies to those not entered in
p for Weitzel, but just before a long shot from the side of the rink silon the Western Conference tournament, Till February 1st
hed the net, the puck took a which danced away from Weitzel and 'IThe schedule for Tuesday is as fol- scores made in this tournament count-
iund and went past the Varsity tied the score. The last five minutes lows 7 o'clock, Phi Gamma Delta vs. ig as the preliminary round figure
man. of the game were full of exciting play Delta Alpha Epsilon, Alpha Kappa for the local tournament. ptr
second period passed without as both teams were extending them- KAngpair
i scoring. The Badgers were selves to the utmost in their attempts Kappa vs. Phi M Alpha, :sigma Delta . A o allrme wret on
t to rely on their four-men- to pull the game out of the fire, but KilPh vs. PBt Delta gaIi; T7:45p mntV rsimnuad o re not artiaed L C O AN
rmation to hold their lead, and both were unsuccessful, and the game slpnspPofesDio;a:' ave not participated
efense was so strong as to kee was called with the score standing at k, reshman leag group circles ill b ou will realize what an unusual opportunity ti is for
Ck out of the net until the last 2-2. 'group 9; group 3 vs. group 5; group sonatrth" do teFburI 1HEN yuwl elz ha nuuuloprtnt}h~i o ycu.
The Wolverines came on the . The battle marked the last appear-2:vs. group 6; group 4 vs. group 8; examinations. All men who intend The imported Scotch grains are made over the broad toe r
'ermined to even matters up in 8:30 o'clock, Phi Kappa Alpha vs. Chiit soles-that is so popular for Campus wear just now.
Td period, and immediately star- stars. Hendersonand Anderson. Both Phi, Alpha Delta Phi vs. Sigma Chi, tomeinag t in trmorthelI BUT-Remember 'tIl February 15th only.
ast, rushing offense which kept men covered ,hemselves with glory Phi Chi vs. Lambda Chi Alpha, Zeta events. Coacd gBtcher is fi the west
'dgers busy. McLean, the Wis" in the game, and made their hockey Beta Tau vs. Sigma Phi Epsilon; 9:15 end of Waterman gymnasium every No Approvals
goal tender was faced with a finale one of glory. The two puck- oclock, Phi Rho Sigma vs. Delta Tau y and will cach all men who si
le rain of shots, but he man- sters graduate in February, and their' Delta, junior medics vs. upper dents, nify their intention of wrestling
o keep the disc away from the loss will open a gap in the Wolverine fresh engineers vs. senior lits, educa- 123 E. Liberty St. O
til about four minutes of the ranks that will be hard to fill. tion vs. junior engineers. Basketball for the independent, so
had passed, when Captain "Ed Peterman, Captain Kahn, and Rey- The schedule for Wednesday is as ciety, and church teams will not start
ahn took the puck near his own nolds starred for Michigan. Their all. follows: 7 o'clock, Alpha Rho Chi vs. city, and th eamsnwillns.tEstrt'
tnd ddgedthrogh te tiht til after the examinations. Entries
.nd dodged through the tight around play was of great merit, and Kappa Sigma, Theta Xi vs. Cygnus, Iwill be received any time until the
sin defense and sent one they worked into the Michigan comI Phi Sigma Kappa vs. Delta Upsilon, first Monday after school starts. These
t .the visitors' safety man, ty- bination with facility. Beresford put I Alpha Chi Rho vs. Sigma Phi; 7:45 teams can practice on the courts at
score,. The Badgers abandon- up a scrappy game, and Weitzel at o'clock, Alpha Tau Omega vs. Phi Pi, Waterman gymndasium any night be
r defensive tactics for the rest goal made a number of spectacular Alpha igny PhI vs. Phi Kappa Tan, tween 6. and 7 .okiock; by calling the
period in a desperate attempt stops. The whole team worked to-Beta Phi Delta vs.,Phi Upsilon, Delta Intramural office and having a space
ain the lead, but the Wolver- gether with the result that they ouo, Theta Phi vs. Theta Chi; 8:30 o'clock, reserved for them.
ere equally anxious to put the_._ _

I Cambridge, Jan. 19.-Harvard de-
feated the Brown university basket-
, ball team 41-27 here tonight.
0 to February lsj, 1924,

was the bantamweight king from
whose brow Johnny Coulon lifted the
title years ago. Now the elder Mur-
phy is watching with interest the early
success of his son Tommy in the
featherweight ranks in the east.
The lad already has fought Pal
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