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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY, DECEMBER I2, 1924

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MATHER SHIfTS BASKETBALL FIVE
FOR AGGIE TILT TOMORRO NIGHT

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48 FRATERNITIH MES FARMERS WORKM CA E TO FINAS IN
IENTER TAN ETMCIA OTS Sigma (hihovwlers arIeeadiiig thnwWRESTLING TOURNAMENT

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INTERFRATERNITY SWIM-
MING NO'I('E
Special practice this afternoon
and tomorrow morning. Get
your entries in today, stating
definitely in which events each
swimmer will compete. Learn
rules for your event. Coach
Barnes will help athletic repre-
sentatives pick their teams at
the special practices. Varsity
swinmers will not be allowed
to enter.

aAnnual T 'Iouirney to 'l'ake Plat~e 3199i.
day and lWediiSE4liay atl, "Y1
iPool

Viclory Over Adrianii ritig (
Si renIati2 of 'hell hobI",
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LOSS oF GrAHAM HEAI
BLOW '10_PURLEHPES
Northwestern, Michigan's first Con-
ference opponent in basketball has
been hard hit by the ineligibility of
Captain "Bo" Graham, and Coach
Maury Kent has been driving his
basketeers hard in a series of stren-
uous scrimmages to discover a man
to take over the running guard left
vacant by his star and captain.
Harold White, a football halfback,'
has been filling in at running guard
and locks good. "Moon" Baker put
in an appearance the first time yes-
terday. The all conference star is
still bothered with an injured should-j
er, received in the Notre Dame game,
but is taking his regular turn at
scrimmage. The coach is also giving
considerable attention to Barney
Mathews, George Kershaw, Bill Chris-
tian, Jaclk Karstens, and Andreen.
The Purple quintet plans on elect-

3 1 RULE~S ARE ANINOU1NCE SEVERAL MEN SHINE
Forty-eight fraternities have enter- (Special to The Daily)
ed the Michigan interfraternity swim Fast Lansing, Dee. 1 .-Coach Koh
1iinig meet wciicillteplcexvo-
Smill take place Men- sent his Varsity hasketballers through
dt an d Wed nesd cay afternoons, IDec
17atn hes Y.M.C A.rnools, Te a hard workout this afternoon in spite
15 and 17 at the Y. M. C. A. poo.Th1 of the fact that last night they won
meet gives promise of being the larg- their first encounter wii Adrian, 41
est sponsored by the Intramural de- to 1Gf.
partment. Preliminaries will coin MacMillan lived up to advance pre-
>mence at 3:30 o'clock Monday after- (ictions and played a speedy game at
noon. the forward position besides ringing;
Four men must be entered fromnI five field baskets and tossing in Ave
each house if the fraternity is to se- out of five free throws. Captain Nt-
cu entrance lpoints. In order that tilla was only a shade behind his part-
t..,e.wllbinutvaid onenr with three field goals and two free
petition, no man will be permitted to throws out of two tries. Marx pirov-
enter more than three events. But !eit easnaina h ur
Harry Kipke two men from each housenmaysparticed to b aith our sht st othe guard
The former Michigan three sport ipate in any single event. Ibesides playing a sterling defensive
All entries for the meet must be
star has been spending the last few turned in at the Intramural offices by game.
days in Ann Arbor enroute to Lans- Saturday noon, when the schedule of Kobs was fairly well satisfied
ing, where he will be married to Miss events and competitors will be prepar- with th general style of play uts
' el. wimersandtheevets n wichnot think that eiher the offense or,
Florence Hackbart tomorrow. The e. Swimmers and the events i which guarding is as polished as is needed
coupe wil . they will compete must be included
couple will go to Caliiornta for the yif the Aggies expect to hang up a vic-t
Missouri-U. S. C. game Christmas day. ate er a iations, tory against Michigan on Saturday.
Practice sessions will be held this Heis still undecided as to whom he

Phi Beta Delta and Theta Delta Chi
interfraternity bowling tournament, (entered the finals in the interfraternity
the second round of which was coin- wrestling tournament Wednesdaynight
pleted Thursday. Rolling a total of by virtue of their victories in the
4,735 in their first two attempts, the semi-finals of the contests. Phi Beta
Sigma Chis are 142 points ahead of Delta defeated Beta Theta Pi two out
the Phi Gamma Deltas whose low of three matches and Theta Delta Chi
scoring in the second iound kept them wen over Phi Chi in two straight
from holding the leadership acuired I bouts.
in the first round. B(th of the Theta Delta Chi victor-
Of the 69 teams entered, a record ies were hard fought, going into over-
for fraternity teams participating, l time to determine the winners. Ed-
Sigma Chi was first, Phi Gamma Delta ward Solomon, '28, defeated Hicks,
Gamma was second, and Delta Alpha '27M, of Phi Chi house, and W, R, Sha-
Epsilon third. fer, '27, of the Theta Delta Chi team,
Delta Phi's score of 2.421 in t'he see- won over Robert Cooper, '25M.
end round has been protested because T. Bromberg, of the Phi Beta Delta
of alleged violation of regulations house, dyfeated Lawrence, '26A, of the
governing the matches. The score was Beta Theta Pi team, throwing his op-
th highest of the day and should it ponent in 1 minute, 20 seconds. Gold-
be held valid, it will place the fra- stein, '25, winner of the interfraternity
ternity from 14th to 4th place,(championship last year, won over
Gabel, '25, throwing him in 1 minute,
1 40 scns
a tlan RiceFinals will be held at 8 o'cloek Mon-
Yarn Wins Prizel day, Dec. 15, at Watermafl gymnas-
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New York, Dec. 11.-Grantland Rice
has been named as the winner of the
contest for the best baseballstory of
the year, held under the auspices of
the Baseball Writers' Association of
America.
Mr. Rice was presented with a goldl
watch as a trophy. His story on the.
last game of the World's series won
the award for him.
Pay your Daily subscription.

Sydney, N, S. W. Dec. 11.-Andrew
("Boy") Charlton, famous Australian
swimmer at the age of 17, is retiring,
it is annuonced.
SLEEP ANYWHERE, BUT
EAT AT REX'S
THE CLUB LUNCH
712 Arbow Street
me ;r State and Packard ts.

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afternoon and Saturday morning at
the "Y" pool. Ignorance of rules wil
be inexcusable, Intramural officials
say.

will use at the ce
the Aggies and th
up in their annua
ev and Robinson 1

Officials for the meet follow:p
Referee-- Barnes, clerk- Yeakey, Rion gas
scorer- McCobb, assistants- diving reason of insngs
reason of hus bask
Entries for independents, societies, uidges, Wittingham and Pepenguth, but Bilkey has he
churches, classes, a n d boarding plunge-Barnes, turns-Johnson, tim- may get his eye b
houses in the intramural basketball s-Barnes, Langton, Francisco, Far- test at Ann Arbor.
-roil Kerr. Time clerk-Dunakin,
leagues must be turned in at once -rlel Hultman and Ri
at the department offices. The Board- Staeter-Gow. ly stay at the l
ing house league h-as just been or- ;-playing back whi
ganized and gives pnromise of becom- Gibbons Seeks To floor. The \Varsit
ing one of the more important Cscrimmage at Lan
leagues. Battle Champ ons ernoon or night,

enter position when
e Micaigan five lineI
l battle. Both Bilk-
had a chance at the
night's encounter,
a little on Bilkey by
ket throwing ability,
eight and speed andj
ack before the con-
[chards will probab-
eft guard positions,
le Marx covers the
.y will hold a light
nsing tomorrow aft-
leaving for Ann Ar-
urday morning.
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Iliaggerty was one of the leading point,
getters in the Conference last year and
can be counted upon at the one for-
ward position. The other forward will
be an experiment Saturday night. Bothj
Gregory and Kuenzel are fast. Greg-
cry is the better shot of the two but
Kuenzel shows better on the floor.
Both are fairly good defensive men.
Yesterday afternoon's practice was
devoted to further work on defense,
although the absence of Haggerty and
Reason, who were unable to attend the
practice session, prevented the team
from working as a whole. Consider-
able time was also spent on new,
formations. Tonight the team willI
wind up its training season with al
light workout in preparation for to-'
morrow's game with the Farmers. !
JUST THI
To Giv
for Chi

ing another leader to fill Graham's
shos oeter eore the re s Individual entries for swimming Trm Gibbons, who decisively de-
shoes, somet before the Notre must be placed today at intramural feated K'id Norfolk Tuesday night at
Dame game a week from today. department. New York, has issued challenges
Delaware, Ohio, Dec. 11.-Ohio Wes- Finals hthe Gotham commission to
Icyn illmet Srauseinan ntr- Finals in the interfraternity wrest- i odi Cene Tunney, world's light-
ling tournament between Phi Beta hEavyweight champion, and Mike Mc-
sectional gridiron game at Syracuse Delta and Theta Delta Chi at 8 o'clock Tigue, American king.
on November 7, next fall, it was an- IjMonday night, Dec. 15, in Waterman lie also stated that lie wished a
nounced today by Coach' George I
Gauthier, of Ohio Wesleyan. gymnasiumkatch with Heavyweight Champion
.Taal; IDempsey, with whom lie foughstI
Don't delay-Pay your Subscription ii1 5 rounds in the famous Shelby bat-
Miami, Fla., Dec. 11.-Tommy Gib-ttle.
bons, of St. Paul, and Sailor Maxted, today.
of New York, will box 10 rounds in:{9 1
Miami February 16, Promoter Ed.
Douglass announced last night.
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