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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SATURDAY, -TAN ',Ry 17, 1 25

1'AGE SIX TIlE MICHIGAN DAILY SATURDAY, JANUARY 17, 1~25

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WOLVERiNES FCEHow They Ral2eANKLNPREAD
Ia.........20100STRONG OHIO .#~! O HCAOM E
- Michigan .......1 1 .0
(Continued from Page One) Purdue ...............1 1 .500 Coach Malt Maili t;;> 'hii II .11:x.
T use Crt gory, xwho got his first ;Minneso a.......1 1 .500) it ata4 From i scVast rawl
Varsity basketball experience in the lndiam) ................0 1 .0001 illcn
M. A. C. game and bas been one of' th'e Cliica o........0 1 .000 --
Wisconsin ............ 0 2 .000 ! OW NOT TO E"NTER
leading scorers of the squad in every Jotietxn.....I 2 .0
one of -its games since that time can1
be counted upon for three baskets in C (oach M ann 1)1put the (811iidlat~C fo r
every appearance. In the bard fought I oih' 3gTnbsebl ae the Varsity sMwinning y a hoii
he mde our.liehasare sure to cause some important(lyadwl
Purdue game hemd or.'H a changes in the standlcing of the re- a stifseed drill vestei'~yatwl
alosonimprovemnel n tempag, follow tha t up todlay by twvo prac-'
als tefrtthsashononeamd is nyw pective teams. T wo of the leading tices, one this morning and in ,addVi-
since thevfirstlofmthe weasontandgis now I
egarded as cne of the most valuable ive xii et ih trn.opsilion an afternoon .session. WVith the
p~layer's on the squad. tin Chicago _ meet only a weekc away, the
Cherry, at running guard, and Dick Ohio and Illinois, which togetherI swimming mentor is face(! with than
.Doyle at the permanent position are with Iowa, stand unbeaten in Confer- ts 1(eeoln dht~~Ises
both veterans who wil make it hard enee competition so far this season (in all off h v is swi er S,?i ftincllin isi
for the flashy Buckeye forwards to I will meet Michigan and Indiana, the t hwfvrbyaantteWn'
connect with the boop in tonight'sltergm tob played at Urbana. Ciysud
game. Cherry is a dead shot from the Pre-season dope on the HoosiersCiysud
floor and i's probably the best guard showed them Patc a team of champion- votedcieflyesterday aftdrilos. wits Ac-
in middle-Western braskzetball this 1 :hip cahibre. Ohio defeated themvoechfito5)21i'15.whte
season. Doyle is long and rangy and rather easily last Saturday evening, 40 yard free s'tyle and 20 yard withl
in addition to the performance of his but they have recovered, and are out ra. turnrsing the m oafst lpla
duties at the guard position will be 1'to fih holff fo herpdetl and Eternigate or'on;i 1s tit'e (
us.edl on the tip off at center. Froml the spectators point of view th~is ofadtriga h ns( h ~~
Te five veterans of 1924, who put' will be another good game, andl neith- wiereassssehd 00lyard,, of e~tar-:
Ohio State in a triple tie for second er tea;m can be expeccted to winl by, ,aonto"'sr20 to eioftheieor c:ose
place with, seven wins and five de- wide margin. oaesrk oetbroe rcas
feats, remain intact and problab~ly will The Minnesota-Chicago game at the their afternoon's workout.
start the contest. Coach: Olsen also Windy City, although in nro way ef- fo Only one new plungerV haS rep;o..ea ored1
has a handful of other men at his call fecting the leaders wil be a game well toCah;l'~li CPt.~ ohscl
whom he can use if necessary. - worth watching. The Gophers took i r under-water candidates, so it seemi;

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Di4meRuns TffWI llf Butler Cage Team
InCneec T!flIIII IUI TO Defend Titiel R
To avICasdITOaOBMaADLYl ad,, Jan. 11ti Bth r ______
7 av .la s' I TO F RU [9 l tni st y 7«'1 1( l 0i, c) isoflee strIong- IIIAN DRALL
! A ii <)Li onumber of vtrat st basketball tczii:tlb, middle The entries for the all-campus hand-
ii einaner c iiht)ii vteanIIotit a SI1aore l'4)h' aiil erg; west with 'wheel) to defecnd its title] ball tournament are coming in rapidly
he' (Itmr i<r t your, eon M~ g1,j~ sates A. 1.. 1)as:ketboall anti a good tournament is assured.
11'' yea.eentLeeuc conpct- l ljCt ICompetition will start immediately fol-
-Vi ~i'* (ot aiifto 1)e hard (Ifought in
tilt hr :.nfi c; f. the sport1. Seidoixii hve B utler has already' securedi a numzi-= lowing exams. Be sure that you are
~oawy chol apere a srog STRONG IN 1-u h JUMP h 1er of victories most all of which 'weret entered in this event.
,c)won by ( drols01pa rooasttrng le marginswhlon
o> 0:ny onference it) o the ds ;majoo"eesoritnsv l-iity asonly by a single point. One de-I ROWLLL
iz,( tionoscolsinte i-7it)wtyear. ~ 0 ll feat was registered against Butler by Ehitfies are now being received for
1 aim;'o rnsth xa (itiotan ing 1behindl them, the trnack Ohlio State University, last week. In the annual All3-camplus singles and
~iiW'oel' iOert 151)011 gradtiated two squad i l 17'iiiniiigr to 01111(1ildittf ') i , giliICS play edt Ianchester College was ;lDouble. Bowling championship and
Ir ;o Mchian eastakn fw !shape. Work on the wieights, liras-I defeated 50 to 25; f arlhain, 40 to 30; ' for the class tournament. The class.
i'; e v; rind eiefhfoorwe o lice starts, and strengthening exercis- IWsots!2 o16 obrd,41tocams will consist of five meal each.
(:c sadery efr illemd 24;- Marquette, 25 to 17 ; Iow~a, 26 to' The entries may be turned in at the
,1.i, year to l)Oi.:tei' up this wveakniess. es have all Iad the desired effect 11122; Kansas City A. C., 29 to 28; Uni- Intramural office or at theBoln
;over al of the railers have turned in 1giettinig the men in shape for the ha.rd~ versity of 111liios, 24' to 22; Vanderbilt I oln
so-tsla t inesfo dilsstge f in er work to come. iAles
s rctr ie o li tg fteI University, 37 to 171;,xwhile Ohio. State
se'nand chances for this hole. be- Especi- lly in the field events have won against Butler, 34 to 25.
' ? 7 pagei this y a're good. 'hile t he veterans and ne1w me~n broiles-, Three membersoftihe teanm whch 'ntries for the annual all-campus
yerl iiting progres. Atog"Cpanwo h atoa fi double and single handball tourna-
u,,s, it is certain that he belie os he fBrooker has been out for only a short been lostbygauto.Te are' moent are now open. This tournament
has~~~~~~~ ~~ ltaane ecn(eelioi o ime e exp~erienced no difficulty inl Walden, Middlesworth, Orville. H'ooker ough;lt to prove interesting as. a wealtiiz
Ilont inths dpatmet.clearing 12 feet on the first attempt at and Pauil Jones. Coach Page's task ii . of new material was unearthed in the
point~ s i hsd p rt e t rt e' e e t fraternity handball competi-
11*)o lisfive veterans lback, for-! the height this year. I-e displayedi filling the places of these men has rcn
nmo;t of who~m1 are the "dielrer brothers Itihe same fine form that won himt third ' been made harder as Capt. Hlaldane tion. Some of the leaders of former
Ut ~liC~''.Iwai a rd count- Iplace in the Olympic meet this sumi- 11 Griggs, center, and Albert Harker,! years have been unseated by yearl-
in-g thle two mmmdc won with Phelpis, men and a coupie more weeks of l back guardi, have b.eon unabmle to takes in..s and many upsets are expected in
nlel)emo of t he Olympic teams and twice training will fiinil hin hack in top form. lBart in thme games over the week-end this tournament.
individiual winner of the Conference E Last season, it' any injury hod lbefall I aid may be out of the line-up for;BSE'BL
cross counztry andl two mile champion- enoi Brooker. Michigan wvould have been I511 ie
ships, running in fine form. In addi- without a capable pole vaulter, li Griggs, unanimously selected as' hntmles for class basketball are, be-
tion toi Phelps the h~a wheycs hale twvo with Prout, a s0!)honioi'c, doinig 1.': center on the all-tournament teanis! ing taken at the Intramural office
good milers in Van Ness an rbe.ll fi eet this (lenartmient should be weD pI icked after the A. A. U. meet, is again this week. The schedule will not be-
iMCOS~l wth mmo ~ . 'expected to be the_ mainistay of the gin until aftemw exams.
chi~l~hil~hP cossfonttiei ~~Dh~tr1 Blutler five, although Page has anotlier1

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Johnny Minr, forward, is tihe chief
factor in point accumulation for the
Scarlet and Gray. Last season he

sthe aureclof t h ecstongbWi scons! in al~ i e1niltthat ieIma n wAil nave to
be' - ia hebrnt ofthe'l mO n Jo
team in the closing secondb a "l n ieninnisa veteran from I

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ton"ruoi mid floor, and they are outlatyr'sqd
finished seconid among the scorers in I to prove their mettle tonight by down- ilate f eopiqud ndistowsapofirstirat
the Big Ten and Tuesday night stood',.Iiiso eeoigit is:rt
tliiid inthe ist o dae ths yer ?-a the Maroons. Chicago was badlyansos eil -
Folloinghls oltonhis iyear.n ete y h udfetd plunger, but at present the squiad
Folwigcosl n i hesiniban bydue u fete Ilinos eam'needs reserve material to =strengt ilien
Ihat~~~~~ repntdreMedue, inrs't~o esevere whilpping, are i
th~i repectareMel baw iviners ithis department.
runnng ateat orwrdandCooii an angry mood. The dope favors
a~snsaionCa eNo definite time has vet be nse
Cunnhm wocetda.snainthe Gophers in this game because otf'for time taisd-atuet Ci g
as: an end in football last fall andI their power to come through in :theten'derIieto(icg
who plays center on the cage team.! closing mionients,. i'0d~tm eeat hyma.
_____________________leave either Friday nightA or Saut~-,'
Shaw and Cunningham Tuesday - nmorning. NWith (Gow (definitel y out o.
night were tied for fourth place in Big M'jat Team Opens thme race, Coach MN~ann will have to de-
To Coing.k CmrnIly rn vlpa new relay prospect fron mineI
CatinJk Cmrn ly ru- Season Against "o i new material. Tihe 'Va m'itv
nlip.~ guard and makes a successful4. Iwl1)befo
shata ,quartet gl robably b iciked ion
shta the basket on the average of iigge 'vresuiersCata er JosoDc uk,
once or twice (luring each game. Back __atan___Joon i~~akn
guard durties fall to~ Iced Seiffer, a asn n asc.iaemu
playr wo i conideed ne o th 1Michigans wiestling team wiil open! definitely out of the relay race. ('oacli
best defensive men- in the conference. its 1925 mat schedule tonight wvhen it 1 Mnn having (10(1(10(1 to havew ticl ii "i
rThlese five veterans work together meets the Michigan Aggie grapplers tralo i blt atefn2
in a smooth fashion that .has permit-; at Lansing. Last year the Wolverinies I (ive.
tod] diem to go through six games so wvere victorious over the Aggie team j
far with only one, defeat, thmat at t he in the last meet of the season. The !laidI college coacthies aeOin(' Piuo'Nu
handls of Princeton, while included in ! Aggies boast of a veteran team this 1 l England.
the list of victims was Butler, which I year, the same that faced the Michi- I-___
humrbled three Big Ten, teams. gan= mat team last xvwinter with only Don't delay-Pay your Subscription
Bill Hunt, thme fastest man on the one exception, today.
team, is likely to see sonme service in Michigan xill enter the Conference
relief of Seiffer, though Hunt will not race with only one veteran in tihe line- Iin
confine his duties to work under the; up. 'While his team is only composed
bucket. He is a good shot and has4 of inexperienced men, Coach Bark-er
been used considerably this winter. I is confident that this year's teami will
Marty Karow ,Ben Dempsey, and Jake! be an improvement over last season's
Matusoff are extra, forwards whom team that finished close to the bottom
Coach Olsen imll have on band to help ' of time Conference race,
out time veterans if they are needed. Seven wrestlers will make time tril)
Time Buckeyes wil be handicapped to Lansing. According to the final
to some extent by the fact N'iat the lineup that wxas announced yesterday,!
Balm, with Mliciigan will be thmeir Baker will wrestle in thme feather-
third within eight dlays, their practice weight op~posinmg Gibbs, a 1923 veteranr
having boon1 cut in on by a long' jour- of tihe Aggie team. barbel will enter1
novy to M adison , W is., fo r' a gam e TEUGS - his second year of conmpetitionm in the ai 1 5 p u d cl s . W li m o a
Time Wolverines xwill also Iave-been drawn time'assignment to oppose the

tsmun)trnv 10010aim eligle or 10'competi-
lion has5 a wealthm of mnaterial from,
whiichi to pick a team. Kubly, Petja,
a ridl I cet ;styrr.'er are. shiowing to the'

i ion whom Coach Farrell is -depending
to. fill the big hmole left by the grad-
uation of 'Smith and :\lacEilven in tihe
high juip, are bioth Icaliug close to
the six foot marki, amdid s bothi clear-
ed this' miarkl several times last year,1

ies . advantage at liresont.
'Wikoff of Ohio State is a veteran:
two railer who is sure; to. give Phelps

some , trongopolimsitioni when the two ;ui'ospects are bright in thms event..
1meet. (hic go with five veterans re-; Deart Hubbard has dlone little
turI-?ing s exp. eting to make a stirong broad junmping as yet, confmmig his
tar); t i' st honors in the four mile work to short sp~rints and starts as!.
ic. c^;{ Nil and hleunke are certain Coach Farrell is counting on usingj
ot nd apearto b setfor a hM in the dashes this this year.
I fie seson.In the shot put Munz and Lovette
None of these mnen are apt to break' are tossing tihe shot around the 42,
armIIy recor's lbut xwith so many veter- foot mark wvhich is excellent for this
-il",oft ihe 'alibre entered the one and: stage of time season.
(, o ileraces are certain to be hotly,'
cautos ( i od t tli'; season."
riL' (l1IS' N'.riCEI
c~ir I'lf "c"ith 1Did.- ,JSall . - mit
's t h', 'ack :)t 1is5 de k I eda;alter r Plunigers are needed for time
Cail? ll y:temdny. Varsity squad. (Candidiates are
lint iisdo ailii'il's tha5t;11he110 s ec~imsi 'exp)ected ito irepormt to Coach

good player in IRobert Nipper, who:
plays either forward or floor guard.
Robert Wakefield andi Paul Christo-Il
phem', two sop)homoires, have beein used
at forward positiomns, in some of time'
gamies anti have turned in tine per-11
forumances. Gordo Paul is anmothmer
promising forward canditdate. liar-',
her, wvho is regairded as one of tihe
biest defensive, men in time middle-west.
will take up his old station at b~ack!
g'uar'd.
P~age has not yet selected a regular
line-upi and it is uniikely that lhe vill

FO)UL ntj[R4W1NG
'lme folloxving teams are scheduled
fer foumi throwing on Tuesday, Jan. 20:
8:30--alphma Clhi Rho, Alpha Kappa
Lamnbda, Delta T~aum Epsilon, Nu Sigma
Nu, Phi D~elta Epsilon, Phi Epsilon Pi,
Phi Kappa, Phi Kappa Psi, Phi Kappa
Taii, Delta Kapa Epsilon.
9:00--Phi Lambda Kappa, Phi Mu
Delta, Phi Pi, Psi Omega, Tan Ep-
silon. Phi, Tau Delta Phi, Theta Chi,
Theta Delta Chii, Theta Xi, Zeta
Sete.rTau
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do so as time versatility of hmis men ai-': ''~~ "~LtL ~UJ~t~
lows him to arrange a number of dif- r(Ii Phi, Ph Kappa Alpha, Beta Phi
ferent commbinations, all oif which ap- EDelta.
peamr equally str-ong. A different start-'-__ ___________________
ing line-up has beeii used in everyll
game this season. All assistant track manager
Thme Butler team this year has tre- tryouts report this afternoon or
wendous scomring power, thme men coin-I any afternoon this week at the
bluing keen basket eyes with their I Yost field house.
speed andt height. Tme defensive play, A. V. HERRICK,
of the qu intet is even mnore satisfac- 1 Manager.
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j ''2.I Wokme hpoinltedh olit that
o al y last year he signed a 10-year I'
('Omt 1'zm in to coach at Notr'e Da me.

Manmm at time Union from 1.2 un-
tli 3 o'clock, ani at the Y. M'. C.
A. fool after flhnt time.

~cold days are ideal for outdolor sports.
door clothin necessary for ladies and

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put. to some disadvantage by their
.gamemo with Northwestern last Satur-
day and their trip to Purdue 'Wednes-
day.
Naples, Jan. 16-Thme closing of time
University of 'Naples for the d: yxvas
ordered by the rector after several'
:students hadlboon injured in serious
disorders between time fascists,. and
anti-fascist factions.

Wolverine nmat star.
Teopfer' will face Hanson, the capt-
aiimamid star of Aggie team, in, time
lightweight class. Hanison was un-
defeated iast year. K~ailes, a natural
135 pounder, will fill tihe gap left by:
Shafer, who wvas recently (declaredh in-'
eligable in time 145 pound division.
Sicar fteWleiewl:meet either Berquist or Hioughton iin
time 158 pound class.
Iagguthm, a meumber of Michmiganm's.
football team, is scheduled to wrestle'
Murray in thme light heavyxweighmt. Ec-
kert, Aggic heavyweight, will meet
Goldstein, time Michigan 215 pounder.
Washington, JIan. 16.-Amng ~thme
vice-presidenits elected by thme Aumer-
ican Engineering council at its con-~
vention here today was Gardner S.

These clear, crisp
We have the out

men. SkatingBreches, Leather Jackets

(all kinds)

BASKETPBALL,
IThe ;;nines :scheduled in inter-
Ifraternity basketball Monday
night have been i ostIponed owv-
ing to time Varsity basketball
Igame. The remainder of the
1 schedule will be followed out.

Blanket Shirts, Cordur oy Coats, Skating Shoes, Hea/v

Wool Sock.s,

idites, Gloves, Sweaters, High-Top and

Mioccasin Pack Shoes all at lowest

prices.

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To please our patrons to the
utmost. We realize perf cctly
* that the only wvay in which this
can be done is by serving high
quality foods which are cookecd
under sanitary conditions.
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couch shawls and robes. Large assortment at most
attractive prices.
Wee Tire Chains
"Weed," DeLuxe or Extra Heavy in all sizes for
Balloon or regultir size TFires at special bargain prices

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Then, after shaving, Mifflin Alkohol is
soothing and refreshing; it relieves the
dryness and drawn feeling; it makes for
soft, smooth, glowing skin !
And Mifflin Alkohol has a
dozen other daily uses, too!
After bathing, a Mifflin rub-down is cool-
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After exercise, Mifflin Alkohol relieves
tired muscles and many "sore spots."
Mifflin Alkohol is denatured by a formula
which actually improves it for external use.
College teams and many other athletic
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