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PAGE SIX

THE MICHIGAN

DAILY

TUESDAY, JANUARY 20, 192

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WRORK FOR o0~u
'Wolverinf-, Lose First Wet of0Y,,^-r
TIo Veterani M. A. C. Nat
OHIO0 HERE SATURDAY
After dropping the fixrst meet of
the year to tha Michigan Aggie wrest-
lers, .MNichigan's mat squad started
practice yesterday for the Buckeyes,
who will furnish the opposition in the
second meet on the Wolverine sched-
ule, here Saturday night.
Michigan went down in defeat be-
fore the veteran Aggie team last Sat-
urday night, losing 20-6. The over-
whelming defeat was largely due to
the inexperience of the Michigan team
which is composed of second year
men. The Farmers were represented
by a veteran team, composed of men
with two and three years of experi-
ence. The victory over the Wolver-
ines is the first mat win for an Aggie
team in five -years. The Farmers won
four of the bouts on falls and lost
three on decisions.
Baker, Wolverine 115 p~ounder was
counted on for a win in the bantam-E
weight, and proved his worth by dIe-
feating Mohrhardt by having an ad-
vantage in 7 minutes 47 seconds.
Karbel, the only veteran on the
Michigan team, was thro-wn by "Spe- I
ed'' Williamson on a fall after 4S
seconds of wrestling in the second
period. Karbel had a .55 second adl-
vantage over lris opponent in the first
period, but could not be given a decis-
ion, a minulte being needed for a vic-
tory. Karbel, who has been troubled
with his knees, is expected to round
into shape before the Ohio State meet.
Captain Hanson, star of the Aggie
team, was too much for Teopfer, and
gained a fall in 5 minutes and 111
seconds. Captain Hanson, with three
years experience, is considered one of
the best lightweight wrestlers in the
Conference.
Kailes, who was shifted up to the
145 pound weight, was thrown by Ber-
quist, after having a 4 minute 3 sec-
ond advantage over' the Aggie ,grap-
pler. Inexperience counted largely for
his defeat, andl with a little ml'oreCex-
perience Kailes is expected to develop
into a formidable wrestler. Sinclair,
150 pounder, ""m nered two of the Wol-
verines six points, by outclassing Tee-
ter, an M. A. C. veteran. Sinclair was
given a dlecision having a 6 minute
31 second advantage. Langguth, who
just recently reported to the mat
squad, was too inexperienced for the
veteran Murray. Murray threw the

A Good Shot

FENCERS SHOW CHEAT
ABILITY' IN PRACTICE:
Michigan's fencing team with 25
;men practicing three times a week;
has already outgrown the quarters as-
signedl to it and more men are ex-
pected with the opening of the newv
semester.
Lieutenant Schlonberg a graduate
of West Point and on R. 0. T. C. duty
here, is acting as temporary coach
of the team. The coach is particular-
ly pleased with the work of Benham
and Captain Kellar in the foils.
Beardsley is much improved over last
,year, and were the team to have out-
side tilts, he would be a sure point
getter in the Epee. Felver ranks su-
preme in the fastest of the fencing
'tilts, the broadsword.
Wednesday will be the last practice1
of the team until after exams, then
strenuous practice will be resumed.

Badger Star

TracTet'? T A eld
SV~IMIN SQUD ~y Nht At Union,
~IfI ~ PLUO [ W19K INI ) ,1 ohea thoso men xWi~l )

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JACK GOW AVAILABLE
C d :ch .\att M Jraal ann d lt.bYVarsi ti'
simmer hard at worlk <i in i'e's--

1'ocil:31.« C, h lcxg~ i~1 1'
01] riose 0r talc lmeet iP:2 l ; ' et all
te :im211)eIws 0ofiihe mx~l 1efgQlltOT at
,oll ie 1111 to10 llk o(ver 1,15 o tie
(001 iil; 111meets, ly side:c; increasling the
.,1 h' t. sand lis r'o ofiOte dell. As
111 .'ZiV ;.~;:':it7 of t ise 'nt12interest to
'ha rreyi i . i3S] ll2;1 1 z 0(' it l lilV:t OtiOli
to1 il I>Y1PtC7- (A ' s }" ' l I ,~ i lx'e' i-

It .l'. 1A recordlccrowd is expected a;
Uis not often that the campus get
iLan~ce to attend this kind of a
1hPc0ospects are biright for a well hal-
Sic(Pd teami this year. as daily prac-
ti , cnit inn es to bring out the fact
r,-:woakuesses tha1t were s uch a
imxxdeao t the team last year will b~e
ab::>ly strengthened this seas-

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lay off over the week-end. '>o far, nor
#new plunger of va lue ' (s ;'t )te .;1 ;
the squad, so the Var: ity i ni ;tor is
concentrating all his work on Sied-
m nan, in holes that the heavy boy mnay
sp~ring. a surprise and1 conie inlto his
own tinder competition. Siedm~nan has
the weight and breadth that is =_zcees-
nary for a good nlunger. bmt tl~ere
are slight miseonformities in his s;tyleI
that are holding him back. If Sied-
mnan is to be count ed on as a factor
in the Chicago meet, he will ha.ve toI
reduce his time for the GO foot t ank
Iy at least Iten '-s'conds. Ie- is v,
)rcsent co(iic ' -t he (1isl Once in
3atn 5101 ;S(f coed Nwhile 25 is only
fair tin... Speli. cr oo1(101(0ii'niisifl '

('LA S B1AShIF'IBALL
Any class basketball team wishing
practice 1)erieds is asked to call at
the ,Intramural Wfice. Several class-
es have not yet signed up for this
sport and should (10 s0 immediately.
C'LASS BOW]JIW
Entries are being taken at the Tn-
tramuxral office foxr class bowling. TheW
schedule gvill start after exams and
will be run off either by straight elim-
ination or by comparative scores, de-
pending on the number entering.
Teams are of five men, each rolling
three gaines.
FOUL HR 11: !.(7
riielxigan-\Vtsconsnm 1)as~etoail game Ilefoowntam in he ou

A. Vmuan 2 Ilerr:itek, mnagl.ter '1"d l i '''5ifor a faist four mile relay team
rc0,at '±. an of the nmeel 112; itas irtjn:(n 1 ck Jung, I ornberger, and Cal-
0(1 a plraca vin o ,r fo' k r tcr1he A hnwh ill be used as: a miler in
afi.Coach ' a cli, I'rles:sor Car-t' 'la :V(eents. Prominent among
I~' (IIo t. he matlxualic°s lela rtmonx ;, 1,e-;' i hicks who was clocked
l1rofossor Aiglet.r, chairman of the I 1 4:'." foi'time mile a week ago, This
Athletic. Roared of Control, ConiiOn excellent Uime for this stage of the
l3rooker, Coach I loyt, freshnian coachi' ! . andi by Feb. 28, when Michigan
and N glccrt Isbell.,'24, M1ichian' xi 'i ren her track season at the Il-
greatest 0 ,ist nce runner. All1 have 1101 i lelays, he should be in shape to
consented5 to snleak. EPery one of ; ",t be other Conference stars a real
these mlen heave either been track 1tit to] first ?lace honors.
stAar";I ihemselves or hazve been close
to thits lii'anoh of sport for mxany years. t e W n
All student interesltl'5edI initrack and R ad te X atAd
ItX 1n'1 eLogNow --,
And you will have to have some program's for that
1 Fop --louse Party."
' lDo it now, before exams interfere.
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inters ting, unti the last was Wach-'
thirowing tournament should reportj
maleft forward for tihe Badgers, 1 oohnntaualbsetalmanager
of Meanwell's best. f or assignment to court, tonight, at
the following times:
Michigan nat mlanxill ") minutes 42' 8:30--Alpha Clhi Rho, Alpha Kappa
seconds in the shortest bout of the 114amoda, D~elta. Tau EpsiloxnNix Sigmxa
evening. Nu, Phi Delta Epsilon, Phi Epsilon Pi,
M~ichigan add~ed tw1)0 oint to its± Phi Kappa, Phi Kappa Psi, Phi Kappa
score when Goldstein was awarded a Tan, Delta Kappa Esilon.
dleciioni ovem' Bhogan of M. A. C. Gold- 9:00-Phi Lambda. Kappa, Phi Mu
stcin is onfuly a new ma ;n on the squad; Delta, Phi Pi, Psi Omega. Tau Epsi-
and is expected to be a strong force fIaln Phi, Tan. Delta Phi, Theta Chxi,}
in the Michigan team. I Theta Delta Chi, Thxeta Xi, Zeta Beta
Tau.
C'hicago. Ill., .lan. 19.-Two freshmen 9:30-Delta Phxi, lDelta Tau Delta,
st th liUniversity of Chicago were re- Clhi Phi, Pi Kappa Alphxa, Beta Phi
cently robbed of their money while Delta, Alpha Tan Omega.
ra:tlirig from a show, "shanghaied"
thrown into a fr'eigTht c'ar, anzd carried Don't delay-Pay your Subscription
< s1a as Burlington, Cora. today.

I i'ad Iflay (develop i l) ltx rain ig, but
Ilack o erne ience' a drid pro xl c will
hold hint out cif thL, first oxee <t,
Stock in the chxaesof aV .o.Iiie
? s } ; Cv > q 4 yshlowfng atgainst. Chicago tollk a far -
z )t~~Oab~le jumo w vit lx 01 aniltount'em 1out
"'4Y" ..,. 1 that Jack Cow, veteran speed s'wim-
****-*' *'":: a'?p er of last year's squad, niight jios5i-
1 1 Mar oons. it'(- ow's in1JurIY wil 'i per
qs mit him to swini for ihiiga}I, Ithere-
iav. quartet wvill be 1)21st eyred ixl, in
adfdition to the teamx hav ill. a poer
' il contendeir ini the 40 yard dash.
Tony Tarney li lziner. Varsity breasi-stroker, will
One of Wisconsin's biggest hxopes in be defl'nitelv out of it on acc'ount of
thxe game last night was Tony Varney, in injury re :eived (luring; the holl-
right forwardv who kept the Michigan lays whxile skatixig. With Mielziner
guards busy throughout tihe entire Iout of the breast-stroke, ''an(d an d
contest. IWiittinghanix will vie for honlors ini
_____________________________________that (lenax-tixient, with Ma-ox'( having
d 'in outside chance of ds,)acn-gone
I I 1UNEI{S NOTCE I~ Work~ .in sneed anid endurance fea-
i_ P lungers are needed for the u ed t e p a ic s s io of l .th
Varsity squmad. Candidates ax'e swiimmiers, as there are a great mny
I'expected to r'eport to Coach faults 'to lie remedied and( a lot of
Mann at the Union from 12 un- Ispeed to be gained if the squad is to(
til 3 o'clock, andI at the Y. M. C. 2;:xmtler many points in the racing ev-
A. 11001 after that time. 7 nts. While ('oachilManin has a um-
b er of fairly good performers in
fthese events, he lacks a star win
Champaign, Illinois, J.nuar3y 19. - could be)0 (Ieuild upon to hold hi,
President David Kibley of the Univer- own in any (company. No definite ,anl
sity of Illinxois was appointed recently nouncenent will lie iade as to tale
to the International Olympic commit- personnxel of the sqruad to make tlxe
tee. Hfe succeeds P~rof. W. M. Sloane trip or of the time of depamrture, till
of Princetoni. til later in the week.
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n~ t pik !~ i-over and coat styrles, of a special te'rill
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vci'autrac imvc. Priced $325 to $4.50.
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