THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, JANVAJVf 1~, 1925
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MANN SIGNED TO ' ow They
0 1.000 ir
0 1 LEAVE
1 . Team1d1 Will En
1 .000 ' i'o1'0 1 foi
1 .000 j'rO PLAY (O
I0ormedals Xwil be awardled to tili
S"QUAD TO UUGCKEY SQUAD CUTi ines
__________________________amnent will be run o1 a. different
or Second 1 Ten !21d 12? Fres~hmen )p.1the annua)lal -campus5 singles and ;ties into ia (loser' coalt 'ct inithis spor't
'Tilt Ro.ctr PnbluB V.ng caminsi ad51dtoSimnulate a greater iiterest i
for t(e lasstournament.. The c(ass; .the tolline]nt.
~teams will consist of five men eoach. Th le tournament will he conductedF
)I-HO °SATURDAY )R ILL ON ORMAI1ION The entries may be turned in ait the 01e night only, so that the entirej
ft zitrnties together like this on a
s;rg-le igh slt will tend to add to the
(Wc it, more of the spirit of a socialt
galtl ieri g.
Co:trary to previous years each
.hot. e can enter as many men as they
(le~rii'0 and each mlan wvili he allowed
tenl throws. The scores of the five
best mein will he the t otal that will
count as the score of the house. The
:l t highest houses will then he given
anlothter r'oundl in which to shoot, fol-
l ow~ing, exactly the same rules as when
they shot in the first round. These
two rounds wvill be totaled and the
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______Intrantiral office or at the Bowling'f
Matt Mann, nationally-promrinent i I icb~igan's Varsity baskell ;;qua ('ach .1foe Ears: has cut his it Alleys. The :ai'ins will be mae the1
swimming coach and instructor who Michigan, Minnesota, Ohio State, will entrain ait fnineC '(loc tonigiht for of irun ring or t he Varsity oeyi last of next wree. All matches will
has recently been with the Detroit; Iowa andl Illinois weie in the win co1- Lafayette, Indiana where they will to 0aot hal fsi oiil start i mmeirliat ely a ftcr examns.-
Athletic Club for five years, has been umn as a result of Saturday night's meet Purdue tomorrowv night in their ___--
signed to take charge of all MichiganI games in the race for the Western secondl Conference game of thle sea- st retgti, 20 ~en rematning in I he FOI1400115-
swimming activities, it was announced Confer'ence basketball title. son. Fresh from a 2-16 vicory over 1Tining for the squai . FU lOTN
t yffyyesterday afternoon. I Iowa leads the Big Ten at this stage orthwres~ern in their first Pig Ten en- Le;ites the ineminXwho ,u-e re)atingi tere the ~nnu til fraternity foul shoot -
For the present, Mann will take over ofth race by virtue of two wins and I1. counter last Saturday, ichi.an's five for Varsity practice, 12 freshman ae ing tournamient which will ;eae und:r
the coaching of the Varsity tank; no defeats, the other teams having I went through a light workout yester-I turning out several times a week in! way at n ie o'clock Thut"ul-v iht.
squad, starting his dluties tonmorrow. played only one game. The Hlawkeyes lay andl will finish prealratoni for toe orer to get in shape for he yearling The f'olowing teanis ill rnort to
'When the Union pool is finished, he, have a team of the first water, and are Boilermakers with a light (rill this amn hc ~l eog ie sso asebl aagrtnasgmictt
wlacasUinsimnisrc-ex pectel to e up among the leaders afeno.gol in h urdueame< as the 1Vasity s in trim andl has a cou ts at the following(ime(:
or. all season.t the Michigan team will ret urn to gi iAnn 0irc ort Vo iunde' its belt. T e first j :00 Aceia. A mba D)(!ta.I.iPi, Al oa
Befretaingovrtisautesatghe OhveSat hdiitte robleindi- Abott prpaeeortheOhooametomrinprwoereaorplyigfaerhothe, lpaOSgmiPiglpamTa
D. A. C., Mann coached at Yale, where posing of Indiana, 30 to 22. The Buck- to tie played Saturday night in the Fild ilie best prospects in the roster o' Omeg. Beta Phi 11(118, 1(;eta '(beta 1,
lie turned out National Intercollegiate (ee exhibited a smooth machine wr- house frestneu that haiv comini t sice Chi Phi, Delt a Alpha Epsilon, TDelt a
champons othin swmmin anding behind Jack Mine r. The "fighting Although they failed to (display the1 the start of practice, and will be used! Chi.
water polo in each of the three years Imini" ha(d little difficulty with the Chi- same power which was evdencedl in !later in the season to sci'image the I 8:20 Dela Sigma Phi, Delta 'psi-
lie handled the sports, 1916, '17, and i (a go quintet at the Windy City. They ;their game with the Nary the week e- firs t st'$s that they mray b-InCemtg.Kap iItmia(hi
1' took the lead early in the game and !fore, the Michigan quintet ~layed a! come accustomed to the arity stye Aplnha. Tan Kappa.FtEj'ilon, III Kanln
lie also coached the Brookline. held it throughout, finishing strong strong game against the Purple. The !o' play, thus fitting tem for regular Alutha, Pi Lanba Phi, Pi B'1eta Della,
Mass. high school tank team which with a 27 to 16 advantage. 'defense was particularly effective as covptit ion next year. I Chi.
won the National Interscholastic title. The most exciting and closely con-i indicated by the fact that the flashy 1Lst night's workout wa tdevotd' 9:t0(1Phi Epsilon Pi, Pi GammaI
Ile was with this institution for six tested game of the evening was staged! Moon Baker was held to a. single fieldI to a half hor drill on passing a~d; Delta, Phi rln Allha, Phi Sigma )et a,
years. -Ills other experience includes at Minneapolis between Minesota and ! goal. The visitors iO re kept well out formiat ion play8 awl a 1half'1hour!' criiir- 1P1i Sia Kappa, Sigma Aiph a ETpsi I
three yars at Harvard, two seasons at Wisconsin. The game was a bitterlyi towar'd the middle of the floor and1 inagt' l)tw0Iitwo teams pic(kd fro Ir on, Sig~a Alpha Mu, igma ii. i, Si-
Annapolis, six season with the Duluth' fore,;t affair. They were tied at 12 all most of their shots were of the heaei the varsit list. Di iig the cont'est ma ('h, Sigma Nl, Sigma Phi.
Boat Club and two with the New York shortly after the half, andI it was only1 scraping; variety. Only once (drinw :passing and teamwork were stressed 9:3 0 Sigma Phi ,Huilon. 'aml )lta
A. C. in h l.i iuesta aeC-<lmiost to the exclusion of the otherh, eaClThtDlaCTea
Mnwiltkthplcththsith clsn miuethtte o-the coureof tefe (idi telNrth ,,
Man wil tke he lac tht hs 1phers brought it out of the fire by a 1wstern sforwards successfully pne- fie pons of he game. SWhen the ; Ze.i ta BtaTaheiDm. h, ht
benocuidfo erl w(saos andidattes have nastered the foima- I tie il,)4ecie utlFrd y
benocpe o erytosaosscore fiom the field, winning 16 to 14 rate to the region of the Michigan o'F , 95
by Cer i(IdBarnes, who has been iin SixcPig Ten contestsrarehecneouleSibasket. On every other occ son when . .Brswllsatte nnight, J.Ianar 6,1f)5
chrarg '' nf the Varsity xswgimmers.st ae chduedindividual work.____
swmmrs for this week. Ohio State will meet they got 'deen into the Micigan torri -
Coc iines, who is studying for his Wisconsin at Madison 'Tuesday and on tory they were mi xed up by Doyle and *_1 iX(lraieflatyerssua hiannal a l-eaimns wm'stlin2:;
Master's degree, took over the reins; Wedesday Mihgnwl1lyPru Cherry and had the ball taken away wecre in harness last niht ecept Cal)- meet will he held in Wtatermn gym-
last season when Michigan was with- tam eteran, Xho hrt hs kne Illinois2, 1.i15
atI fyte adIlni il i ihfrmte.Fwile playting at home (uring the1
out a tank coach. H-is work has beenINorthwestern at Evanston. Three tI...'aggrty again led the -MichiganChitlahoiy. The inuyiscn- h eights will 1w
satisfactory in C]iiti oiaS 'eijr sCr-I-every respect, consid- games are to e played Saturday: Mn- squad on the attack and again it as in aclng nicely, 1and( eerman ill', .15K10, 105, 14, 15, 175 arridhavy>
crirng tiie Iliited facilities by which! nesota and Chicag o at theWnd iCherry who kept t heo opoing aN aol ftl: gei hs011poiio ti 10- .Contesants XViI hl i lowe:'+
the swiii'ers have been handicapped. ilol Indiana and Illinois at Urbana, ani under control. Time and again the fes in a few more days. Hie conined to rstl" no Toecas
Hi earadsevyersao neand pr-Ohio State and Michigan at Ann Arbor. veteran Michigan running uard (ale Iis efort last night to takig a light W1eltesn Mndayu, In. 12. at te
_______________several____outstanding_____per-______r1doWl the, floor with a Purple Iforw ad( ti'o k1eelthe s~iffess out of his aiimgym mi sin aniPy tIm beore
formnersi. The tae placed second in w r 0('tIor(hi
th ' Al Co f r n e me t i is i g b -NI1I Fj an ti m ade him either throw e the ball knee. aIoclo o ndayis, .ll heIn.o ininmies2a.
teAlCneecmetfiihing l-,1Nl'C.out of bounds or to a Michigan pla ye. ,el leoii s a nl Shorty Ln(1t io I The l engthI of thle ooils i tte prI-
bidNorthwestern's brilliant team. H-aggerty put the ball through the nt oi, n[ea bothr a toeter, Ce ai~riais ilh.goeninie,:
_______________________________ TeAlCampus wrestling I on four separate occasions andmi d-1l .'i.el plaed goal, and WEBilie Le i et t mintes iiI lie fial. To ealr1
______________________________1 tournament starts tonight at
I! seven o'clock in the wrestling dition made three out of fear free ;Was at defense thrughout the scii-Ia eciioll a 30i second a V8 iiage
All ssit~it tack anaer oomof te Wteran ym- throws good. Cherry imade five out mage .N":,vvWien :alternated at the will h necessary in thle prl iimi~rv
ofsxatmtro' i e in l> ): , ,n evrlo Ibn ho outs, :nd a 45 second d ti dva it :me it
Itryouts report this afternoon or ('I(nasium. The lower weights will ofsi ratmpts Crgomytagainl lin(1aed t]:ipotmisi for.a]0'te.ilo-a
Iany afternoon this week at the be run off first. Thle matches will con.tlfi t1.Ii ' (1f a w
YI Yt field house. be posted on the bulletin board strong game for :Michigan and nmade . Tb 0teamt is still in thleioigh, hot I W() ini mue ou~s il e rest ed to
A.- IRRC, I thsnoi-Itaualdpr- two fi eld goals, oe fromt a dificlt o-' ip(hinOly has possibilties. Te game (1e1ermine the whiner. Tb exta finalI
imn.siti on. e n a ti it Assuamption is not yet asswured. )out, in case (f a drawevwill 1)0tre
Maae. mn.(Continued on Page Seven). bs ittcmay 1)1 played Saturday. miai Ies in lengtl.
;,yinnasitiml will tbe avalla ole. Each
hiouse will be given a.(desgnat ed l ime
it v",hiel to ,hool-. IHavimis" all thel
that are wiorth while
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For your House Party. Unique in
detail, including striking gifts in leather
goods and regular fraternity jewelr~y.
We have a crest assortment for every
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Emir Stock o gciet rand n then aL.
by, R. S. Cott
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GREENWOOD and KILGORE
STATE STREET OVER CALKMN'
VALUES that are so po~nmu~lta no man weill pass up this opportuniiy--vlt! es that
c b ine the Li f ?ost ~juu!ly Wiil extierfnly low p rice---such are, the value-, that are offcreid
every Visitor to this store.
In every department you will realize what thiis Sale means to you. W~ith this announce-
ment siocks ate at their les;t; 1Lo1ce we, urgently frleust that you Come while selection is
The Man's Shopa
Just the sort of pajamas College men like-warm ones
of, outing flannel in stripes, $3.00 and $3.50 or of fine
muslin at $1 .85 or more elaborate, of novelty sateen or
specially finished fabrics in colors priced up to $4.95.
Onse-Fourth Off .......... $22.50
One-Fourth Off .......... 30.00
One-Fourth Off........... 33,75
One-Fourth Off .......... 37.50
One-Fourth Off .......... 41.25
O:-e-Fourth 0Off .......... 45.00
$30 Suits &
35 Suits &
45 Suits &
50 Suits &
O'Coats One-'Third Off.
O'Coats One-'Third Off.
O'Coats One-'Third 0ff.
& O'Coats z-J Off.....
O'Coats One-Third Off.
$2.50 Odd Trousers............... $2.00
3.00 Odd Trousers.
4.00 Odd Trousers.
5.oo Odd Trousers
6.oo Odd Trousers
7.00 Odd Trousers.,
8.oo Odd Tgrousers
g. vo Odd Trousers.
io.0o Odd Trousers.
... . . . . . $2.40
... . .. . . .3.20
... . .. . . .4.00
... . .. . . .4.80
... . .. . . .5.60
. . . . . .... 6.4.0
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... . .. . . .8.00
I Scheyer Tailored
Sof Van Ioven, Cress & Thnip- i