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)"AGE SIX

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

WEDNESDAY, JANUTHARY 7, 1925

~'AGE SIX TI-Ill MICHIGAN DAILY

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MATHER IPHN6
V For Yost Field
FOR NRTHWETERN sisAndLand,
()peniig Coniferenice Gamie of Seel-e i e I0((1( 1ale1ha(sys i
eern t'i-ye year sa ;o ia, a cost of $450,000
_________ wc e, iethe i 'prpety of Ithe Unfiver-
' rc ezP cl mliI dbtedneCss. The
SAME TEAM TO START I 5V(CiC(lw, ~ i creloved the $10,000 in-
('uht ,Oness on fie 40 acres to the
Consderably encouraged by the ; -nt H oUt VerI2.field which will be
showing made by Michigan's baskel- i l 1jlifutur'e athletic expaii~~on by t
ball five when it held the Navy to aI the l niversil y.
two point win Friday night, Coach I'Vim'Size of. football earnings, a-t
Mather Mondav afternoon started in-l subject ci much Interestedl specula-
tensive drill for the Northwestern It o), 1,1-)UgVhouzt the country, is 'dent-t
h game tl o u e .hld Saturday nighlt inl ta d ce ry ee n ts o l
the filros.b eebrdIlni diint
The fiv'e men who weathered the prlizoViding 1the funds for b~uilding fields
Nagy game will undoubtedly b~e thehiou ses:, and buying athletic fields, foot-c
ones to start against the Purplie in , al earnings lprovide the fundls neces-
the Conference season, opener. Everyry for other sports, most of which
one of the quintet was at his best and ;show sizeable deficits each year.
it was only a break that cinched the Football earnings at Michigagn have
contest for the Middies. Capt. George not only built Yost Field house and
1laggerty again came through in. great iaide possible the acquisition of 40c
shape and caged 'five field goals in acres of valuable, land, but in the ebtel ogtscn afwe etya lopoie ,0 d1
the' game was hardest fought. His tionial s(eat:; for Narsity football games,
dribbling Was near perfection and his two concrete tennis courts, an addi-
basket shooting was at its best, only I tioal b vi , all tlianiond, the iiprflove-j
the great defensive play of the Navy nienit of south Ferry field, 'extensiveII
team, regarded as one of the finest; repairs; on the south football stantis'j
combinations in the country, kept the and increa.,ed the seating capacity for
'Nolverine star from a larger total.- baseball gimes from 3,000 to 12,000 t
IRed Cherry, star Michigan guard, I personls.
kept tagging the visiting forwards un-)I - __________
til the final whistle and was diubbed R o. T. C. iei
"the greatest guard I ever saw" byT
one of the Navy stara after the end GetPa Checks
of the game. Bruce Gregory show- I Pay
ed great flashes of form(luring the Ihesttligmr hn$,
opening period and got four field g~oals
as hifhaeo fte oils nsit f010.00 are being distributed at R. 0.
the close guarding of Leggett, Navy t. ' edurest dacdsu
captain. Ed Chambers p aye . (ra Y £etiP in thbe University unit. The pa--
defensive game at forward and sneak- I roll is comiposed of 107 men who are
edl in .a goal in addition. Dick Doyle in tlixi second or third year of R. 0.
played a reliable game at the standing- j T. C. woark. The present pay is the
guar poitin ad gae Mchian ilefirst of the year, covering the period
advantage on the tip off during the { 1iofiM Sept. 23 to Dec. 31.
entire game. 1lie also made the pret-
tiest shot of the game in the first hallf istock has been considerably boosted
when he netted a difficult overhead Ianld p: ospects for a Conference chain-
shot.! pioni hip are brighter than they have
Michigan's Conference court sched-; been in a number of years.
ule will open with Northwestern Sat-'
urday night, followed by games with Nights 0 ~50: to $2.60
Ohio State at Ann Arbor, Purdue ________Kt.50cto S51.60
- Sat. Mat. 50o to $2,0
Lafayette, and Wisconsin at Ann Ar- FRlANCIINE
bor. Following their showing against LARRIMOR.E
the Navy which already had, over-,~~ ~I~~oI' rlai
whelming victories ovcr Minnesota l2olto ailtn's iiedynt
and Chicago to its credit and whlich"AR ST "
has since beaten Yale, the Wolverine-sA AST S

TRACK TEAM HAS
RECORD0 TU NOUT
1,itih So 11(,11 orhint ( ut, Farrell
S.1(1" Larges4t S,,I (!
in) History
N~vEW MEN PROMIS"°'NG
N itlla e h .e ll (1 etl ' t nI(~O ii),f. to() oa il

~rtl FR 0Men 'Survivet I2
£11LI~Final SlasheInz
DG~KY M[IIN~Yearling Squad

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!,;M te a ull BarssMet .heal
f's cIhDmoi';:'srn of Year's
Flans
11 a a '-vN to thel firs. call of the

S",eve Fit reell , Ai ahiganl's vc'tervaii :-' :1, ;!) m eal1 urned aout for the

tract.('oach, for (daily lirct i e the
coach hi.-5 the larg;est track squiad in
the schools history to work with this
year, But while this numnhei- is a
record breaker for Michigan it, is
small in comparison to a numb~er of the1
other Conference schools, and it is
hoped that this numiber will be (con -'
sidieraibly, increased before the end of
the week.
Practice before the holidays coni-
sisted mainly of limlbering11up exer-

v i(ct iig i g ch was held last
~irght at the Union.
('o.1e Joseph Blarss, Varsity hockey
coach, and('. oach George Little, who
is; in charge of the department of
minor :,,ort: presided at the meeting,
which was held primarily for a (is-
c(tsi ,: of vlan s for the year.
It. - announced that the first
practice of the season will he held at
7 o'clock tomorrow night at the Col-

('cach Fisher's final cut has reduced
lhs freshmian ba sketball squadl to;
twen-ty candidates. Nine forwvards,
four centers, and seven guards now
imake up the yearling personnel. The
following men are retained: .. Weiss,
Nathan. Barnett, Titus, Soder Bury,
Mloskewitz, Dlolton, Nichiolson, Glawne,
Mvartin. M~cRae, Shaw, Ilone, Miller,
Petrie, Schroeder, Woolbrock, C'ush-;
ing, andl D. Weiss.'
"Sammy" Babcock who was an all-
state man in football (luring his high
school (lays wvho won his numerals on1
this year's freshman eleven, and who
also played forward on Central high
school's champion basketball five, r'e-
ported to Coacch Fisher at last night's
practice. Babcock is shifty and fast
andl may (develop into a capable has-
ket tosser.
PATRONIZE DAILY ADVERTISERS

this toturnament. terfraternity meet, who is rounding
Entries should 1)e nude as soon as into great form.
possible at the Intramural office or at Previous to vacation the coach was
the handbaill courts in the basement i mainly occupied in teaching his pu-
of the Waterman gykmnasiumn. Lov-- l~ifs the proper' spring and formr in the
ing eupis will b~e awardedl to the win- racing (live. A great deal depends on
ners.i this drive in the shorter races,,. es-
______________ pecially the relay, although a, good
start is also an asset in the distance
(lmnastie s~luad p~ractice will j races. If~ the men trying out for the
be resumed Thursday at 7:45 I relay continue to improve, Michigan
o'clock. 11. C. FELVER. ' w~~ill b renresented by a quartet every
Captain. one of whom will be able to cover thei
4L first ten yards in three seconds flat.

JIANDB1A1LL
1±itries for the annual all-campus!
douible and single handlball tourna-
nment are' now open. Th'is toil naIment
ought to provye interesting as a wvealt h
of new material was unearthed in tihe
recent fraternity handball competi-
tion. Sonmc of the leaders of former
year: have been unlseatedI by 3earl-
ings and( many upsets are exp~ectedl in

Varsity Tankmen
Resume Practice
At Y.M.C.A. Fool
Michigan's Varsity 5wimm'Jng squ ad
resumed practic e yesterday at tihe Y.
lM. C. A. after the Christmas vacation
lay off and dlid nothing but limber
up for heavier worK,
Coach B~arnes is enthusiastic over
the teaml lecause of the large number
of veterans reporting and the show-
ing of Samnson. star of last year's in-

cises id easy runs with emphasis } s-ceo. The wvorkout will for the pur'-

placed on form. W1-
spent each dlay on ti
will receive hardlera
have lbecn handed on
On the squad are a
men who hlave reeve:
ence competition amc
the team makes this
a large extent on hox
through,Coach Farre
give thicse green mci
to (develolp as possibi
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ITI'S GOOD
FIRST Yt

ile timnic ill be
he latter the 11en1

piose ol (ldeterminling the amount anti
quaifii y cf the material on hand. Coach

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ssignments than Ia, ;s announced that all menCf who
t up to date. Were,( unable to get to last night's
large nlumbe~r of mleeting will 1)0 expected to report at
1. runf i iiouer- the practi e. Five veterans are avail- t
d as the shfowing able this year. They are Captain Pet-
yea' depends to ic-nan, Weitzel, Reynolds, Lindstrom,
these muen conic e iand 1bevi. The first four won MN's last g
'11 is anlxicils to{ yea, wilie Levi is an AMA man. 1
ni as much than cyc Announcement as to the schedule
l. will be made at a later date.
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Entire Stock of
Oxfo rds
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C's th IIC lottcst PMI Ala in Yown---
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Beattie Ki-uci:jc r's Orchestra
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i16 E. Liberty 110 E. Washington -

NNOUNCE the placing on
Clearance Sale of two hun-
dred suits from their present
stock of clothing.
Thisincldesmaterials suit-
able for all year wear in the
approved models of the season.
Overcoats in mnedium and
had weight0 _In both double
andsingle breasted models are
also on- sale.
The reduction is 33 I-3%
$68 to $45.50
$65 to $43.00
$62 to $41.00
$58 to $39.00
$52 to $35.00-
$48 to $32.00
IDue to the exeto hsrdcin l sales
will be for cash.
Alterations wil be charged for at cost.A
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