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i HE MICHIGAN DAILY

SATURDAY, JANUARY 26, 1924

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AC CANIVALIIN
TO BE_.RUN TODAY1
ial Inter-Team Meet Heid for
Purpose of Uncovering New
Material

BASEBALL CANDIDATES
All battery candidates for the
1924 Varsity baseball team are
requested to report at 1:30 o'-
clock Monday, Feb. 4, at the
Yost field house. All men who
have not finished their exams
at that time are asked to report
as soon after that date as pos-

AY BETWEEN YEARLINGS !( sible.
FEATUIWRAY TL.I
AND RESERVES TO FEAURE Basel
ach Steve Farrell's Varsity track-
will have their first taste of ac-
competition of the season at 2:30
ck this afternoon when they will
ge in a track carnival in Water-
gymnasium..
e purpose of the carnival which
held for the first time last year
afford the coaches an opportun-j
o discover any previously latentI
t among members of the squad ; rkcr and Swad LeftI
to allow the new comers on the C'oluinbus t aGra
a chance of getting over "buck- Ten ('tanp,
" which formerly showed up in-
rst few meets of the season. MiHWiAN TO SE SA
Weight Heaver Sought WHO WERE iN P1
ach Farrell will devote most of
,ttention to those events in which The Varsity wrestling
year's squad appears weak. Af- panied by Coach Bark
watching several shot-putters in
in yesterday afternoon, when the night for Columbus. O
attempt was around 35 feet, Steve Buckeyes will furnish
red that he would kiss any man tion for the second me
would put the weight 40 feet for for the Wolverines.
Wolverines this. season. Not a The men are in good
e prospect for the event has been dition and with the fa
cited from the football squad and against Purdue last we
ss some "dark horse" makes his and eliminated as muc
france within the Next few days Coach Barker expects I
/laize and Blue will be giving nine give a good accounto
:s to every opponent in a dual The team is anxious tok
The only likely candidate to winning column and wi
he shoes of "Packy" Van Orden is ing confidence that com
e who is now out for basketball tory enter future meets
who will not be 'able to join the fled to make a good sh
I squad before the closing of the As holders of the titb
t season. He is expected to do the Conference wrestli
et and better when he gets into ship, Ohio is looked upo

FISHER,
ball Coach.

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Far BTE MEN TO Has Uncanny
Fisher To Handle Candidates Under
Suitable Conditions In
Yost Field house

LEIT
TUDA'

Last Night forj
pple Rig
is
ME MEN
URDUE MEET
squad accom-
ker left last
hio, where the
i the opposi-
ct of the year
physical con-
ults displayed
eek gone over
h as possible,
his charges to
of themselves.
break into the
Ith the result-
es through vie-
better quali-1
owing.
le symbolic of
ng champion- 3
an as a worthy

ther events which will be closely
ched are the low hurdles and the
rter mile,. both of which are weak
he present time. The low hurdles
nt needs considerable holstering
before the beginning of the season.
der, a former Detroit high school
r, and a star in both hurdles and
ad jump, will be closely, watched
this event as will Loomis who is
fastest veteran in the event. The l
irter mile squad is also weak and
s likely that before the season has
gressed much farther a pair of.
half milers who are so abundant
s season will tried at the quarter.
Relay to be Feature
'he main event of the Carnival will
a two-mile relay race to be run
ween the Varsity reserves and
itch Hoyt's yearling half milers.
s race which will be run at 4:10
lock according to the schedule of
nts will give the freshmen their
t chance of the year to show their
lity against college distance men.
e reserve team will be chosen from
ong Bishop, Cochran, Everett,
edding, Carson, and Groshko, while
ggs, Hornberger, Jung and HartI
11 uphold the yearling colors. The
shmen, all of wh'om were stars in
h school, are expected to give the

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Pn r l n Gow, a mnan of more than usual
SWIM ERS Ut II L~iJ V~nh~ ingability, is entleredt in the
4y 7:. dash free style and the 100 yd.
I fl4Tfli TtfshPfre style. This man has turned
T-in some excellent tank performances
WI Hi TOD he is looked upon to gather at
leas't a few points during the meet.
Michigan's win'in g t 'm will upre, Johnson, Kerr, Papenguth,
make its initia1l I ainst Hyde, Seidman, and Kearns will see

adversary for any grappling aggrega-
tion. Last year's squad was replete
in capable substitutes and these sec-
ondary men form the nucleus for this
year's team. In easily defeating M. A.
C., the Buckeyes gave indications of
their strength and this power is ex-E
pected to make them, as last year, the
bane of Conference mat squads.
Michigan's entrees tonight will be
the same as those of last week's meet
against Purdue with the exception of
Ferenz who wrestles against Ohio in
the 158 pound class instead of the 175
pound as last Saturday and the addi-
tion of a new man, Meads, who handl-
es the 175 gound assignment. Doty is
entered .in the 115 pound class, Kar-
bel in the 125 class, Gillard in the 135
pound, Rose in the 145 pound, Ferenz
in the 158 pound, Meads in the 1751
pound, and Palmer in the heavyweight
class.
During the last week much time has
been spent by Barker in the practices
to the fundamentals of the game.
Speed and shiftiness have been em-
phasized and the manner of regain-
ing and keeping one's feet has been
particularly worked upon.
It's trua efficiency to use Daill
Classifieds.-Adv,

harry G Kipke I
Harry Kipke, Michigan's stellar all-
round athlete, has been one of the
main causes of the two Wolverine,
victories thus far, being the highest
point scorer on the team, as well as
being a star guard. His defensive
work should stand out tonight.
MICHIGAN WILL ENTER
TEM IN PIN LIEAU
Upon receipt of a communication
from the Athletic association of Yale
university by the Intramural depart-
ment yesterday, it was definitely de-
cided to enter a team in the Inter-
collegiate Bowling league which is
being sponsored by Yale.
It was decided to take the seven
highest pinmen from among the ranks
of the fraternity and class bowlers
and any others who wish to tryout.
The selection willhbe madetalong in
the second or third week of February.
This move is expected td stimulate
the interest in bowling at Michigan,
for besides having a good chance to
win the national honors in this branch
of athletics, suitable rewards will be
given to the seven men who comprise
the team throughout the season.
Men interested in making the team
who have already bowled in the fra-
ternity tournament or who are
not included in the fraternity or class
teams should get in touch with Clif-
ford Yeakey at the Intramural office,
where headquarters will be maintain-
ed for the team.
Muskegon's Divorces Double
Muskegon, Mich., Jan. 25.-Divorces
doubled in Muskegon county in 1923,
and there was one divorce for every
four marriages. In addition to the 201
divorces granted 299 other cases were
pending Jan. 1. There were 861 mar-
riages in 1923 here.

SIX VETERANS REMAIN FROM
LAST SEASON'S CtHAMPIONS'
Coach Ray Fisher of the Varsity'
baseball team, will issue his first
call for diamond talent on February
4, when the battery men will reporta
at the Yost field house to start their
training.j
The Varsity nine will have one end
of the structure in which to practice
and accommodations will be better
than at Waterman gymnasium where
it was necessary to work out on the;
boards, which made it difficult to
judge ground balls. As a result, the
players had to become acclimated a
second time when the team moved
outdoors because of the difference in
the actions oftgrounders on the soft-
er turf. At the field house the men
will be able to start work on the same:
kind of a surface as composes the out-
door diamond.
Prospects Poory
Prospects for the 1924 Michigan
aggregation are none too good at IGeCrgeo hlaggerly
the present time. But six veterans George Haggerty is the smallest
are back, four of whom are letter men Ibut the spediest man on the M
from last year. Captain Jack Blott and Blue Varsity this season. George
will be back at his position behind the has an uncanify ability to make shots
bat, and the sorrel-topped athlete from almost any position on the floor.
should have a great season. "Swede" He should prove a hard man to stop in
Swanson, who understdied lo the game with Gophers tonight.
last year, will also be available for tegm ihGpestngt
the 1924 season, giving Michigan two
excellent catChers.1T
Harry Kipke will be on hand for
his place in the pasture, and Fisher
is looking to him for great things. ILfl
Harry's all-around play last year was
of a sparkling nature, and he should 91,I IN
have an even better season this year.
George Haggerty completes the roster Four men who formerly wore Mich-
of "M" men who will be back in ha"- igan's colors on the basketball floor
ness when the curtain rises on the were in the lineup of the Pulaski Pos
new season. aggregation of Detroit, which defeat
Pitching Staff Weak ed the New York Celtics, recognized
Coach Fisher is worried over his world's professional champions of the
pitching department for the coming court game, Thursday night.
campaign. Only two men from last
camaig. Oly wo en ro 1kst Joe Karpus, '21E, Bill Miller, '23, Gi
year's great team are back, Stryker JeKru,'1,Bl ilr 2,C
and Benson comprising the pair of Ely, '23, and Jack Williams, '21, play-
twirlers who have seen action on ed the entire game for the Post, and
Michigan aggregations. Both of the between them scored 21 of. the 2,
men have shown ability, and the Var- points that stopped the Gotham five
sity mentor plans to work with them The final score fas 23-22. Karpus sho
this spring in., an attempt to make 'three field goals and two fouls fora
them finished products in the pitch- total of eight points, Miller made tw
ing department. baskets and one foul, aggregating fiv
Little is known of the material that points, Ely run in three baskets to
will come up from last year's fresh- a total of six markers, while William
man team. In the spring, the year- shot one basket for two points.
ling performers had among their The Celtics, previous to Thursda
number several ball players of merit, night's game had won 95 games in 9(
but scholastic difficulties took a heavy starts, and are heralded as "th
.toll from the frosh diamond squad,
with the result that Fisher has no greatest aggregation playing basket
definite impressions regarding the ball today.
material. Franklyn Cappon, '23, former fool
ball and basketball star at Michian
London, Jan. 25.-Herr Schlicht, is also on the roster of the Pulask
noted Separatist leader, was assasin- Post five, but injuries kept him of
ated today at Adenau in the Rhineland, of the contest with the Celtics.
according to a Central News Berlin

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outside competiiion today, when it action i their favorite events.
meetsthe ankme o~ he heit h
sA The dope from Baltimore is that
letic club at the D~etreit 1)01. Max Bishop, the star second sacker
Thardat Wprce fsrs henavt fewn purchased by Connie Mack, is ready
to step into a big league lineup regu-
n larly. It is pointed out that Bishop
tion iorI t t0 Th)en has be n shining with the Orioles for
hat the ifl p> ormA a he e l four years-ever since he returned
P from war-and is now ripe. Connie
crtun trcbably was aware of this when he
o n fotmenr yo ters ug into his jeans for a small fortune
are n repre el yety hn Dtrer to purchase Bishop. No one ever ac-
and oeicrsn i y a otrSn'S mtca cused Connie of buying "sight un-
I seen .a
are conng d nt SofO ' s ai
excel lent water exhibition; Tphis be
mug Michigne first meet, the t ca:n is
more than cagr to come throug wih MANAGER TRYOUTS
a Victory and in conquonce will put
forth the best that they are capable All men desiring to try out
t f t h or assistant baseballanagers
byth adtoftseeal1n h
displayed promising form in the re- I re requested to report any aft-
cent All-Campus swimming meet and Yost fied ehouse b
these men, combined wit last yers YWsfel Tho
veterans have formed the nucleus . T. WHITE,
around which the ,- achen a :e built Baseball Manager.
a formidable squad.
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:30-Shotput.
:45-50 yard dash handicap trials.
:50-High jump.
:00-50 yard dash finals.j
:10-Mile run.
:15-65 yard high hurdles.
:25-Pole vault.
:30-440 yard handicap.
:45-65 yard low hurdles.
:10-Two mile relay.
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Chicago, Jan. 25.-Wille Hoppe,
orld's champion 18.2 balkline billi-
rdist, will meet Augie Ksieckhefer,
rmer three cushion champion, in a
free cushion match here probably in
arch, according to tentative arrange-
ents. Both players have expressed a
illingness to meet and the terms,
ate and place for the match are to
e decided upon shortly. Hoppe is'
aid to have run as high as 25 points
i three cushion billiards. Kieckheferi
a youthful veteran at that style of;
lay. He favors a match of 360 or
10 points, to be played in afternoon
nd evening blocks of 60 points each.
Two Mis.ing lii Fire ta
Syracuse, N. Y., Jan. 25.-Fire that
wept through the Manhattan hotel
i the center of the city early today
aused at least one death, injuries to
score and property damage estimat-
d at $100,000. Two persons werel

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