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'PAGE SIX

THE MICHIGANDAL

DAILY

WF'.I.l\I Sl)AY, JA-N(-:\I',Y 14, 1, 2 .

PAGE SIX W1i~DNESDAY, JANUARY 14, 1923

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MICHIGA MEETS LWIESTLERS DRLL oFar Ca n didats NHCKEY TEAM TO
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BOWLING4
Becilerniakers' Have VolImi le i e"11115i( Entries are now being received for f iiiines ai~e S alae Team i'I'hlat Los~t
!teslpit 35i19 lDefeat by th analAlc pssige an f Wlvre 1-La
I h nulAicmu ige n: oWleie 19I~aw'licyes !Doubles IBowling championship andSes.
for the class tournament. The class
PLAY O14IO SATURDAY teams will consist of five men each jKRBEL ONLY VETERAN I(
-The entries may be turned in at the --o
Miciga's arsty asktbal tamIntramural office or at the Bowling 'Coch IBarker, Wolverine mlat coach,I
will meet Purdue at Lafayette tonightAles sent his men through a long workout .
in its secondBi Ten gm of the ; lIL'0' yesterdlay in preparation for the open-
Big ame OULSHOOINGing Conference wrestling mecet sche d-
season. The Michigan squad composed Approximately fifty teams have en- tiuled with the Michigan Aggie grip-

of H-aggerty, Cherry, Doyle, Gregory, 1tered the annual fraternity foul shoot-! piers at Lansing Saturday.
Chambers, Landre, Hutzel, Reason andl ing tournament which will get under1 The Agie school boast ocf a teem of
Rasnick left Ann Arbor last night, way at nine o'clock Thursday night.; all veterans, having the sarme teiani
Trinr ily 1~ ~The following teams will report to! that faced the Michtigan squad Last
team whle oac. Mtherwosot Basketball manager for assignment to winter. In spite of the fact that his
ed W e Aisconsin-Ohio game at Mad-, courts at the following time: squad is madelC up of inexp)erienlced
iscii last night, will meet the squad; 8:00 Acacia, Aluha Delta Phi. Alpha Inn oc ae scnietta
on theo scene of battle. Rho Cihi. Alpha Sigma Phi, Alpha Tai his team will be st ronger this season
Michigan's five is expected to meet Omega,, Beta Phi Delta, Beta Theta Pi, than the. squad that (defeatedM the Fa'r-
vtiff opposition in the Boilermaker; Clii Phi, Delta Alpha Epsilon, Delta mer~s 11-9 last yea-.
Chi. Baker is counted onl to fill the
quintet, although Iowa took a one Ci 115 pound cla ss in fine rhape . Ktcrbel,!
sidled gatne from them last Saturday 8:30 Delta Sigma Phi, Delta Upsi-
rih,3- h udesudhsIon, Hfermitage, Kappa Nu, Iarmhda Chi the only veteran on the squad, ;ill
35-19.The Prdue quad aslunoubItedily he a npoint w inne:r in the
been slow in getting started this sea- Alpha, rTan Kappa Epsilon, Pi Kappa12
son but Coach Lambert has been work-! Alpha, Pi Lambda Phi, Phi Beta. Delta, 15squladL division for the W1olve rines
th ~ adadue iln nPhi Chi. throughout the season.
good contlition for the Wolverine 9 :00 Phi Epsilon Pi, Phi Gamma t oli~i1N~e r ohsrn
game. ThYe long trip before the Iowai Delta, Phi Mu Alpha, Phi Sigma Delta, canclda es in the lightweight dfivision
, a Ph Sima app, SimaAlpa Fsl-Coach Barker has not dceded as to
., me is also regarded as a bigreda-'PiSgm wpahimaApaopi will drawi the a ,5in ,tief.
sn for the Purdune defeat at Iowa Ion, Sigma Alpha Mu, Sigma Clhi, Sig- . ma1. bhi, SigeicNiiSigmaliei.
Ct.9:30 Sigma Phi Epsilon, Tan Delta p1111(1 cglass, while Sinclair wvill t Lie
Michigan's squad will probably l'. PiTht,;iThtaDet CithTet j I i 8 pound l weight. Laiggu1 P is
uip the same as it did in the NavyPhTeaCihtaDlaCihta.
anlNrhetr ae.Cpan Xi, Zeta Beta. Tau. slatedl to 'fill the 175 pounid Ijerili.
and orthestrn gmes CapainGoldstein, a 215 pounder, is the lone
Hlaggerty, leadling scorer for the Mich- candidate in thve unlimited wegli-
igan squadl so far this year, will start The fraternity foul shooting tourn--__
at right forward with Ed Chambers, ament will he run on a(different W~estern'2 club members will invoi
at. the other forward position. Greg- basis tbis year than heretofore. The at ; ::0 o'clock tonight in hsarris I Ia I!.
ory will take the center position analI (Cned on Page Seven) Conii's "Michigan 'Men" will furnish
Doyle and Cherry will complete the the music.
Quintet. It is also likely that Landre,; The fact that the Purdue defense is --
Ilultzel, Rasnick, and Reason will be; not as good as it might be will give____
riven -a chance to enter the game, if Michigan a,- strong chance for victory.
the tide turns in' favor of Mather'si Haggerty and Cherry are both as cap-
men. able basket shots as there are in the
Purdue's biggest hone of victory B ig Ten and unless the Boilermakers AH
over Michigan will lie in the work of, polish up their play considerably,
Robbins, one of the finest guards in Cherry and Doyle will hold down they.
the Conference, who gave the Iowa; home team's score. Michigan's rec-istp ,d.0s
players considerable trouble in their ord in the game tonight will be care-_________
recent tilt. He was responsible for fully watched in view of the fact that
two field goals and as many free' Ohio State's powerful squad is due at
thbrows and he was one reason why the field house Saturday night. The'
the Iiawkeye's didn't run the score# Michigan squad will be given a good 71 North
into the forty's. Wright and Wellman, chance to start off the season by es-'
1"'t forward and left guard, are two Itablishing two games in the win col-I University Ave.
oither men onl the sq~uad1 who are like- umn while the other more powerful!
ly t~o make the going anything but i squads of the Conference are battlingj
smooth for the Michigan team. among themselves.------

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Coach Steve Farrell, MNichigan's vet-
eran track mentor, will make his for-j
lnal call for' track candidates at the
unual track pep meeting ThursdayC
,vening in room: :18 of the U'nion. Each
year a meeting of this kind is held inf
order to increase the interest in track
in the campus andl impress upon the
,u unts the worth of trying for a
place on theC team.{
,1. Vaulan Ilerri-1, '25 track man-
ie nd! chairman of the meeting has
irranged an intere tingr program. In
addiltion to Coach Farrell, Professor
larry C. Carver, of the mnaibmatics
dep~artmenlt, .1ames K. Brooker ; cap-;
t lin cf the 'track team, Coatch Hoyt
fi-e liman track coach, and Eghert R.
sbell, former Conference cross!
eeuntry and ltwo mile chamnpion will
seak. Th'lere is no one on the
c<;m pus as nt crested in track anmd in
tiie ,uc cess (of thle Alich W,-nmI eams as
i'ofe:s5(1 ':.lE '.40 iSlaV in his
t ~udcit day ".
All epom ts paint t~o a be nner year
ior track in lie Conference wvith mifore ,
Sssthlan ever lx .ore ,wiling up a"
t ro.rgtln ])Oohi onltenrders andc
ii cii igan will have to utilize every
je~i a;J)4ity if shle is to0 hi el her place
the ltoo PFew 1vtt e:'anTs werelost, by
iiry o;' the i;;Ten'ci.ntill depart:-~
lllng;l i ll liaive ,l iccrd nulilwierof
rseli g ie for i copet:itionl
Alla1i11 i Ftralck ,itiana ger
I ryoll s report tis aft ernoon or 1iatronti (eca h
\itfield -10 u~e.
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SEASON OPENS FRIDAN
M.ichigan's hockey schwdule will be
opecned Friday nig ht at A einberg's
C'oliseumn when the Wolverine sextet:
will mecet thle toe,,- representing; As-
sunlption college. 01 Sa.rnia, Out.
CThe announcement of the gam e was
made yest erday, Ithe cosniracl .Wih the
Canadian tears having just been re-
turned. Negotiations have beeni under
1way' since late last week.
Thimelich igan sq.uad heil snot lier
har r(1wkout last iiigt <atthe ('ois-
eumii, anad CoachtBarass is dri ing his
imen hard to get thlen i nto coniion01
for the game Fy14 ay. Tu R t(amn has not.
been pi act iing for even a week so
every avialalile wvorkout bet ween now
and the g; me will he ta ken up p repm --
ng the Learn for the congest. Hevereal
(of tce new. inertlhave iever tIlsy,'(
oir' .a ized bochen, and ( cactI I .lars
1 moid ingl y h as been forcedi to spenid
nil his' time to dale on fnaiuolain~s
out foiund the uorn p115. u t2lmucled et-
Lop han as been the' case in tIhe past,
,\\;~ hc h nl , ih~ i.,'oss: t;c'v;. on
Theim lineup ifor ith a me has inutl
ieni aiimnimitel, as the ctcac plan= to
lo iover 'all his ;ivaii bied nlat'.rial
i~ik 'e alin', his fBeat selection. It,
.sa Feto Xentaic' tha& t Rynmoldsw ii
lay (cente(r cal Ioli qat Ad ti ioua
tomry IndEtoli, of lost ye'ar's Hquad.

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'Staggs Visit, Boxers Schedulec
Fielding Yost DertColg
For Annual Meet
sA. A. Stagg, Athletic Director of thoe
Un1ivers;ity of Chicago, and his son, 'i'bis year's boxing tournament in
whicli Coach "'Ted'' Sullivan's proteges;
A. A. Stagg, Jr., wvere in Ann Arbor:
S Iayconferring with D~irector Yos-t Itwill meet the Detroit City college
I team wvill he held March 17 in Water-
wvithi regardis to plans for a Chicago
field house after the general ideaof ilagynsu.rmitonmeti
an annual affair, Detroit having been
tihe Yost field house. the opponent ever since the tourna-
They i uspecteol the Michigan buiild-k ment idea. was introdIuced three year
lug and looked over its pilans to gainG'
information on its consl mel ion.' facil- oahSlinwllbgnis or
ities, and other features. They tool:! of shaing~. his fighters immediately
the plazas with them to Chicago. ; and all those men who expiect to make
Theeldr Sag net t Mr Yoti the squad will have a report this
preooaiy the most famous coach 11n1 week. There is an array of veterans
the est Hi so is enns cac ack e from last year's show, who
th~e M~idwayF school, and also holds the should safely hold their laurels fronm
position oflpl)icity n ~n the new men, though sonic promlis-
' inlg candidates have reported' for
;gas been I shoiwinrg excellenlt:form in ; practice. Coach Sullivan however is
practice. He will act. as spare t~o re- anxious that a large number of. new
liee tyelvnolds. Weitzel has the jump m nen try out for the team, so that
on the other goal candlid al"s in the h1e "may heave sea soned material from
iatter oft experience. -althouighi there('wh1ieth to form a. squad next year. Ac
I atrc several in en who may give hlli crding to thie' boxhip, mentor, as a
I se rious comnpetition before tihe end I I l, a year's work is necessary be-
nt the season Amiong, them - are Robil- j i'l tore a mn is able to give much of an
larid, Ionber r!, andl .Jones. Denton anll~ce oa t of h1,imseht' in the ring.
I ict hiifll5 iiave been shlowing the best TIhe b1oxing; show tOils year will inl-
for-Inl at thle wing positions, and twill 1 du'le contests in all of the classes
1 probaul yli be pair to start. Captain from Iflyweighlt thr-ough light heavy-
P el e1'-a a will luty 0oneeense, if iS weight, w ith a, possibule battlea in t lie
i iparod hluiee is in shape. Unless coml- i eavyw eight class. The meon who will
' 1,i{'alIions develop, lie shoutld lie f'it tfoy 'ropieseri I Coa ch Sullivan's squald wvill
!he g a rue, ais Ib is knee hats beep hieal- irenicked t hrongh a serifes of elimnina -
IMor several days. L e vi will pro- c f on3tes ts in ca ch clas.
hlblsllY opos;ite Pete I'lliai. Seve ral -
Sn ow vci,,mill be tried out, especial1ly ~~ T
th iie defog-se posts,a there is atIS. C t(1thei van tfAdts
fscaricityV of rlust eu~ai for this pOsit 10)1.

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