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PAGE SIX

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

JANUARY 21, 1925

WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 21, 1925

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VARS5ITY FINISHES5
FIRST FOUR GAMES
Wis Three Out of Four Conference
Gaines Played Duriing First:
Sextce er

Rockne Refuses
Contract At U.S.C."
IKaulte Roc kle, (oach of Notre Dame,
Wilnot accep~t the position of headI
!.&ootlball coach at the university of
Southern California, it Was announl-
('ced yesterday t~y Harld( J. Stone, ex-
i ecutive secretary of the Trojan insti-
l tutioll.

TO MEETCHICAGO
WVill L~eave Ann Arbor
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Purplce's Victory Forewarns
of Upsets In Big Ten Race
Minnesota's, defeat cat the hands of 11 the de Ir, rsultsin lra i h
the PurIpl e Monday night gives risel Gophers.
to the 51l,1)iciof that the Big Ten ':he~ Indiaina-Chiczago game atj
basketball season is not going to he)1 Bloomington will not grea.tly effect
L' t I fk JI£U~~ d1~A~Ifree from imnv of the upsets thatI the present standing its hothIi tams

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IO KARBEL ELETDTO
CAPTAIN WRESTLERS

A. successor to Elmer Henderson, a I u t i :' utui amatn
TO PLAY CHICAGO FTEB. '7 }wlho recently resigned after a long . GOW WILL NOT SWIM I he~ Northwester'n five wvon its first o
period of criticismn, will be announcedl Conference victory in two years in
With its first semnester'Bg e during the early lpart of thie second ieuc~ f2lcvgn defeating the Minnesota team. Then
Bi TnN ine icbrjo ihia' si-Purple quintet lost 12 consecutive
baktal cedl ucesulyc in- Semter, it was stated. The statement ; ming team accompanied by Coach i atsao n lo~e h
lceted the members of Michigran's Var- 1 was based on a message from Rockne Matt Mann will leave Friday night 'first two on the 1925 schedule. Min-
h that. it would be impossible for him to for Chicago, where they will book up
slity squad yesterday turned to their accept the losition. ihte hcg ggeainS tur-neota, which was considered a
wihteCiaoageainStr studies in the hope of keeping the reg- Willis 0. Hunter head of the in- ayniht t4 ong contender for the title before M
illar five intact for the completion ofs tramural program has been appointed the meorthweaterne game, will meet the t
the cihampionship race in February teprr ed o necleit h e omk h rpaeCi , Criast Madison Saturday night..
an ac.tamo Kerr, Johnson, Samnson, Van, Thle three dlefeats that the W'scon- ri
. ; ~~~~~~~~~athletics at the U. S. C. Several men IWtigaHltd aegt tr
With its 14-12 victory over Wiscon- who have made application to the itnlaIlltd aegtSe-sin I cam has suffered have been by-
sin~~~~~~~~~~ inacoegmLody nttto o h itt andl Seidman. There is a bare loos- very narrow margins. The Badgerf
ichign ans forthewithdas'igt Trojanintuio frth position,! sibility that Jack Goxv will be in con- five will make ia strong bid for a vie- I
Mihgnsad ot wt sgood are undler consideration by the ath- I ~ twtibtCahMnnh h eodo h w
arecord as any othier five in the letc committee. d'9 tip- r h rpbtCac antort'iy hescn meeting o h w
Bi1g Ten, ;although a fewer number is nolg~ tseiulcongn the pnrre- stennicas, losing by only one basket in I
of games Iayed and won gives Iowa isjeQ the inue tr 'eoenming ae
and Illinois the advantage in the pe fr- l fu fiII O rir The relay tecam will consist of Cap- ndoul edly the game that wvillea-
centage column,. With victories over. WIUIG LiJ 019NII1I ENTERSD t'in1'r, Samson, Johnson, and Van.!r(ttems teto ilb h
IorhvetrOhio, and Wisconsin GRE A an'nlWitnamxiletrth iletig of the present leaders in the
to its credit and with a one p~oint !A toe h ~c toeetisrc.TeIIwee being sched-'
loss to Purdue as the only blemish fV U IILItl will be Captain Kerr and Halsted. Pa- tiled to face the strong Illinois team.
On its recordl for the 1925 Confer-, penguth and Sterriti. will enter tlhe at Urbana. Saturday night. Illinois+1
lnce season so far, the Wolverines; Madison. NVis., Jan. 20.-The Uni- (living event, while Sevidmian will take has three victories to its credit,whl
rank as. ono,., of the most formidable1 versity of Wisconsin crewv which too~Ii car oft: the plunge. Kerr tnd Johnson thc Iowa five has only p~layed two,
co t n e fr Big Ten f c honors. i s econd place in the regatta at Pough- wl w m t e 4 a d fe t l, w ie C n e e c a e, d f ai g t e G p
con l keepsie, N. Y. last spring probably' Jolrnson and Samson will enter theI hers and Purdue.-
strenuolW schedule in the Badger will lie entered again this year, ac.:,10.yard event. Samson andi Van will Ohio State will meet the Northwest- I-
gam;ufi an.atough the squad showedi cording to present indications, afT,°- fl inthe, 220 yard free style. er n intet on the Purple floor Sat- j
a lot of its power, the Northwestern,! though definite dlecision has not been j he team continued to -work for the urday nlight. The Buckeyes lost a
P'Urdue, and Ohio games, all of which announced by the athletic office. The meet, holding a long practice yester-i hard fought battle with the Michigan
had been played in the preceding 10 race this year will be run off .on !day. Coach Mann is giving SeidmanI five last week, but are still considler -
(lays, had their mark on the quintet. {June 22. i considerable attention, as he, hopes to ledl strong contenders for the title.
-Puxrc n 01 - +l A/;.-. --' . ; -- u-- ,-;,. i+1nnrove' his form. in the niun z-i even t n io -id r, . i - . ,,.,,. 1r,,

naIve Uten (defeLated twice. i'lie mar-
oons, were defeated in the opening
game by Illinois. Thie Gophers ad-
ministered the second (defeat to the,
Mlaroons. Indiana has been defeated
by the Buckeyes and the Sucker's.
Michigan, nowx in thrd pJlace, willI
not be able to make any change int
he standi~ng until Feb. 7, meeting
he Maroons in Chicago on that (late.1
['he following Monday the Wolverines
are scheduled to play Nrthwestemn.}

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-- Sidney Ktaibel '27L, was elected to
~~~~~~( p.I~ii 1~k~I~ captain the Michigan -wrestling squad
A ad (~cifa a meeting of the team held at Lbau-
~1ravN(~sing at the close of the Michigan Ag,-'
_ 'gie meet.
I 1%arbel was a member of last year's
Si F.IIUL IS ANNOUNCED marrt team, and is the only veteran on
--- this season's squad. H3e distinguished
ii tis I_'251i7 .ley team will play its ;himself in the 125 pound class last
s eI ,eifl l ;aan of tia' seas;nl whlen the year by holding the star of the Pur-
12. A. C. , xtt journeys to Ann Arbor due team, and former Conference
ti i ris ! Int, maei: .ig the W'olverhies champion, to a draw.
o aturdia, ati e;'nfen at Weinberg's 'Klarbel was defeated by "peed"
('clseiun.I Williamson last Saturday in the open-
'l'he R.-,gieare an unknmowni quart- ing mneet with the Aggi~s, but. Is ex-
if y, noi. i< ht an ice; team fo pecte(d to be in condition for the Buck-
several Te~; P", h-,t was tried out! eyes meet here Saturday. At the close
rat it Lansin:g m:' ,:lne ago, bunt1 of last season the Wolverine captain
proved a failure. This year the athletic! suffered an injury to his knee which
authoi-ities at the Farmer school have I has been given hime considerable
(lecidedl to try againr, and are mvaking trouble this year.
cai nlestefforts tW put the gamie on a,
firm hashs,. l he glame, with Michigan last Friday, and Coach B.arss is work-
will be the first of the Aggie season. tuig to overcome them before. the- tilt
several more dates have been defin- with M. A. C. The lineup for Satur-
hteir filled. Tllie solhedule as it now day's game will probably be the same
stand;s is as follows: January 24, M. as that which faced Assumption. The
A. C. here; February 7, Assumption at goal problem is not definitely °settled,
Windsor, Ont.; Februar y 20-21, Min- although Weitzel's showing against
ntesota hiero (two games) ; March 2-3 the Canadians was -a distinct boost
I\inmes ot i. thre (two ;alines). The us- ito his chances of holding down the
Ir sries of four gar-es with Wiscon-E post lie had last -year. Gomnberg and
am wa not yet been booked, lbut wiii Jones are his chief competitors, and
1alrnice at, dates yet to b)e (ecidedl. j the showing of the three men in prac-
The lal, will probably be p~layed flece this week will d'bcide the ques-
Yoelrapry 1 ;-14 here and February 28- tion.
2f3 there. These gaimes will 1)e officially Although the ice at the Coliseum
bookedl within a lowe day:. has been rather slowv for several days,
'deire V ilX- squtid is continuing to the teamn is rounding into better form
de volte its efforts in practice to coin- each (lay. The team work and passing
kniation play aiid passing. L.ack of showed (decidled improvement, and the
teaniiwork andv inaccurate p~assing I physical condition of the men is far
Were the twX\o cardinal faults display- better than it was at this time last
edlb hle 1 earn <gainstl Assiupt ion season.

'-'ie itv ss i eense kept. the iMisch- 'visc1in1s showinig last year. a-
igan forwards at bay throughout the comeback after an absence of years,
game and most of the Michigan shots I will be the deciding factor, it is said, '
caine from well out on .the floor. Mich- in the (decision to reenter the race this
igan, on the other hand, also kept year.
Ilme Badgers from the vicinity of the Navy, Yale, Columbia., Harvard, Cor-
Wolverine basket. The Ivichigan nell, Princeton, Washington and Cali-
attack, although it occasionally show- 1 forma also probably will be entered. r
ed at its best, was not the same which ;--
won the Ohio State game the Satur- the Gophers, 15-14. Chicago has not!.
clay before'. The great defensive play !won a Big Ten game so far this sea-r
of every 'man on the squad was on a~o
par with that (displayed against th~e______________
Buckeyes and the Cardinal players; Don't delay-Pay your Subscription;
were as much at a loss as were the today.
Wolverines. Both squadls had five
field goals and the winning margin!
came to Michigan on free throws. itailtl1t111IIIEIi! 1111 i
The second semester schedule will J-=
start off with two comparatively easy i Harry E. Fosdick l
games for the Michigan squad. Chica- ,--
go will be opposed Saturday, Feb. 7,1;-= peaiks on
at the Midway. From Chicago the ,-I
Wolverines will move out to Evanston ' = "T'he Need of Modern -
for the second Northwvestern game of
the schedule. Neither one of thesej Church Leadership"
teams has shown much. power so far;
this season, although Northwestern, ; :)P l1l'rdy lnay-
which took a 29-16 trimmning here 11111il Auditorium-
early in the season made a great;
comeback Monday night by defeating :tllt IIiilflilNIIIit~II~Ifll2tititillli.

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1111..,u i~ Liii"1l Lc jII~ sav iL !,the anaI1unn i nai ' are two or
so as to adId to his ability. The loss the loading scorers in the Conference
of Meilzner in the breast stroke do-',andl should p~ut in enough baskets to
partment left the team rather weak, defeat the Purple five. Northwestern
but Van and Wittingham have been - tarted the season b~y going dowvn in
showing speed. Gow had been count- (ldefeat to the Wolverines in a slow
ed1 upon for the relay and free stylej gamie, and dropped the second game
events, but his chance of being ready to the ?)owv'rful Illini. Coach Kent
for thre meet arc exceedingly slinm. has revamped his team, and obtainedI

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PIUNtGERtS' NOTI'CE
Plungers are nemeed for the
VTarsity squad. Candidates ;areI
exp~ectedl to r-eport to . Coa li1
Mann at the Union from '12 un-
til 3 o'clock, and at the Y. AM. C.
A. pool after that. time.

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