THE MICHIGAN DAILY
SUNDAY, JANUARY-j1, 1925
~AQ~ BIX THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, JANUARY 11, 1925
TARKMEPRAE Suckers FormPLNT
FRUArI Skating e HOLD -PMETN
FGR- A ,I ,Camplaign, Ill., Jan. 1t}.-Skating isr~~i
III. flthe latest sport to be added' to the ~ ~ tI~
1'apen g014 only Veerani Dier, Jspor't calendlar at the University of
illy > edAs . eseve 'Illinois. For the first time in th~e ,V, 4 FrSNecods or andidt
Mn~ 1W sed A~ Reser I history of the school, the Illini will ir o eol n hr
Iii 'rl~~ Relaybe represented on the ice this winter. Ples
Four excellent speed skaters have
GOW NOT TO SWIMT alrcady been clinscii for berths on the WANT LARGER SQUAD ;
team, andl more wvill be adlded to the
With, the swimming meet with M.( team, if the material shows promise Coach Steve Farrell will miake his.ConyaweaaCacBresflfdvlpig
A. C ony aweekawa, Cach arns o devlopngformal call for track candidates at a
hias begun intensive practice, to pre-! Marshall Sweeney, who has placed p ep mneeting which will be held Thurs-i
pare his 'men for their events. The
divrs ho efoe vcaton onfnedin the broad jump in the conference !cday evening, Jan. 15, in the Union.3
ther atenios slel toth sadus 1outdoor champion track meets for thec Captain James K. Brooker, Professor
ther atetios sley t th swdut.past two years is a member of the ! harry C. Carver, of the mathemnaticsj
landing box downy at the field house,1 team. Topper, a member of the chain- department, Coach Hoyt, fresmian!
are at present dividing their attentions pionship four mile relay team last track coach, and Egbert R. Isbell, '24L,1
between there and the pool.¢ year, is aniother member of the squad. former Conference cross country and
In this department, Papengutli, w~o~ Both axe fast speed skaters. Itoml hminwl etemi
is the only veteran back from last The other two men who have be en twoiea chapioswilob the mainam
year's squad, is showing some real chosen for the team, are speakrsgo the p vr8 e r ram ou
ability and has shown constant ii- best amateurs speed skaters in the daily in the field house, the coach is
provement since the start of the sea-I country. Juliam. Steinmetz and Edw- anxious to have more men sign up as
son. Starrett, a diver uncovered in ard who have competed in many off this is a very small squad in compari-I
the ntefraernty metis lsothe championship meets in Chicago son to the majority of the conference
counted on to develop into Varsityan Lake Placid, New York, are con-} schools. After winning both the in-
material in quick order. This year is sidered sure point winners for theI door and outdoor conference meets,
the first time that the board~ and saw-E Sucker teamt.! and the Natioial Intercollegiate, meet;
Rei3efufses Tolif Tl
Leid Title Belt KELLRII TV
To New Chamipion
K'ansas Cit, .Jaa.1O.--Ed "Strangler" ILIIUIIIU
LewVis. v.'h last. his heavyweig~ht
L E~O Basketball Fans Favored With
U ~Man Feature Games This Week
S u i ii Witir the season race wvell under ing to Ann Arbor in tin Q for the Ohio
lv: waybyirea son, oft Ihe Baines early inl!game on Saturday.
lr jn hminhp Thrdyli' ~lltOI'''ItIiCI the w ^ck and last igh lt's encounters,; nvest
night to Wayne (lBi ;) lun. former iWith Illiniois','('ticago Uhnisenvoerec bsebalfrity
University of Nebraska football star, !And (i Oio tfivestllrwnCinoterecondaseblek Ioweya
was rest-ing easily in a Kansas City= ie ilsigit hi eodwe fteya
hospital todlay. Lewis suffered al HOPE FOR RECOGNITION!01 lly wt ceuei hc l evsb
sprained joint at the base of the spine ;__I of the Big Ten scho~s with the ex- cago at th'
,vhen lie was tossedl out of the ring. ('oic~ption of Iowa ill1 be seen in action
Lewis will not surrender the. $10,- (Mihians-eniontamwhthmee ~court.
000) diamiond studded chagipionship in Waterman gymnasium yesterday i) Michigan, Illinois, and Olio will M3iNa
belt to Munn, it was declare! by Billy afternoon under the direction of D' .eatr the lion's share of the *work by
Sandow, manager of the dethroned George May, mapped out a pr1ogram!; playig two gamsilO apiece dutring the! All sop)
titleholder. The belt, set with 39 dia- for the year, and elected P. .J0501)h six gay perodl~. Ohio will ncet Wis-I! out for
nionds, was awarded by the Central Keller, '26E, an excellent foil inan, asI cousin on TIueday at Madison, while I' in rhino
Athletic ('hub here several years ago, captain, I he Wolverines are carded for Satur- t 7 o'cloc
Lewlis also holds a lbelt awarded in Dr. May was in personal charge of day night at Ann Arbor. Illinois andi berg's C
.New York by Tex Rickard. the team last year, and that team withi Michigan have their games scheduled
"He lost the match undler protest no organization and little eqtuipmient for Wednesday and Saturday nights. j
and I ami willing to submit my argu-. was offered contests with three big! On Wedlnesday the Illini will clash
nments to any board of arbitration! ten schools, notably University of fi- with Northwestern at Evanston, while
for settlement," Sandow saidl. linois, Chicago, and Ohio and also M. 1 Saturday night, the Suckers will be
"If :Alunn thinks he is going to get IA. C. Fencing has been a minor slhort at home foj' a game with Indiana. T'i
that diamond belt he is mistaken forE in these schools for a number of years. Wolverines journey to Lafayette, In-1 Read
he should have been fouled out of the This year's teams with 30 tryouts andi diana for a game with P~urdue, return-
bout when hei threw Lewis from the better organization than lasi. year'si
ring," is planning to ask for rec ovmutien I___________________________________
---- from the athletic association, thereby! -
} ~gaining the lpriviledge of having a.
Not Da e Sraregular parid coach and meets with 1f
Im proves Slowly1 conferenlce schools.j
!Te team has a number of pro mis- I.,..'
ing candidates. Besides Capt.. Keller ifoofoi
SanFra chcoJan 1!0.-TimCro~ ~ i in the foils, there if, Peardslev, who!A
ha~~~~~~~~~~ cihdsa fteN~eDm ~i as campus epee champion last yeai
ve iity football c leve, wiho has beenI Benham in the foils, Fulver in the ;Ie a J
1 i ta S::n Francisco hospital since sbradIol.Te otpo i
last turdaty, prob~ably' will he able i-atewh a a w
o hur toeothwkBCownes cnditione iyears experience at Culver, being cap-
is satisfa.ctory, although he is recover- ta1hr uighsls er
xug his ;strength slowly.* The Notre 1
!tame player collapsedl after the gamedj11
v it i Sanlord New Year's Day at l1'a'ia- !R ad iean2 0dsPER
other week endl battle, t he
of Minnesota, who fell be-
in the first Conference game
r, will try to redeem them-
taking the measure of Clhi-
he Maroon court.
11t SPORTS TRYOUTS
homores wishing to try-
ors sports will report at
k Monday night at Wein- C
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(ust landing box has ever been used *
for the, divers, butt the results nave,
been very satisfactory, both in develop-
ing the divers and in lessening the
confusion down at the inadequate Y.
Al. C. A. pool.
In. the plunge. Siedman is perform-
ing well and is improving continually
so that he ought to be able to be
counted on as a real contender in
Saturday's contest. The plungers arel.
working out on Monday and Friday
nights at the pool.
Gow, veteran of last year's squad,
will not be, back in time for the
opening meet, so tha~t Papenguth will
probably be called from the ranks of
the fancy divers a few nights to'
limber up in the forty yard free style,
so that he may be held in reserve as
a relay prospect.
Captain Kerr looks better than ever
since returning to school after. the
holiday recess and should have things
his own way in the backstroke. Sam-
son, uncovered in last year's inter-
fraternity swimming meet, is progres-
sing encouragingly , in the racing
events and should be a consistent
Bethlehem, Pa., Janm, 10. - Percy
Wendell, former football coach at Wil-
liams signed a three-year contract for
$10,000 a year to coachm the Lehigh;
team. He was allowed $6,000 a year
The annual all-campus wrestling
meet will be held in Waterman gym-
nasium Jan. 13, 14, 15.
The weights will bel
115, 125, 135 145, 158, 175, an"I heavy -
weight. Contestants will be ailowed I
to wrestle in only one class.
All contestants must weigh in at the
Waterman gymnasium any time beforef
6 o'clock Monday, Jan. 12.!'
The length of the bouts in the pre- I'
liminaries will be five minutes, andl
eight minutes in the finals. To, earn'
a decision a 0~ second advantage
will be necessary in the preliminary
bouts, and a 45 second advantage in.
the finals. In case of a draw twoF
two minute' bouts will be wrestled to
determine. the winner. Th extra final
bouts, in case of a draw, will be. three
minutes in length.
Intramural sweaters. with numerals;
or m~edals will be awarded to the
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at Chicago two years ago, Michigan!.
slipped back last season placing sec-l
fond in th~e indoor meet and third in
the outdloor. The team took many
first places in every :Meet last year
but lack of men capiable of coping off~~
the 'second and third p~laces was a
serious handicap. With a large numz-;,
ber of stars again available, the coach-
es are anxious to eliminate the weak-
ness that was so evident last year.
A Vauan Herrick, '25, track manager
has made all of the arrangements and
will act as chairman of the nmeetin-;.
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