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H50wMieyeOnMl~ake Plans For
Iowa City, Ia., .Jan. 2.-University
ithan 4,500 miles thi;s year to crnpete (c(l oei1rf 4leiii hti i> 3 on uSxSo T wenty'proseio c VO (xidi es tI'm
C7oach iFarrell (lulls Candiates tinwhatis rob~alylxthe hretcinler lCwelichil C"in's 1925es ttetionisit~is 3')1)Fo1nimIaiSIXaSpot"d
iot.e T chiedule ever arranged for a 1-awl-i- 11I.tea l'an aPlans l etr citlyde thedir apoaknee t Y51t held
J9I ye team. The trek to Columbus £01or); ~' f111 Vcs etria l roo i;
the Conference championships wil-i-- f!or the training schedule which will
FRESHMEN TO ATTEND ! heal tihe list with 1200 miles of rails SAMSON TO BEAR BRUNT: BETA THETA P1 SECOND! begin the week folowing the opn-
behind the runners, and the two jour- i -agn of classes for theson5'(fd rsenies :-y
All members of the Varsity trackI news to ~rhana within a week will addj Coach Mann spent yest erday' prat- iGammDa ladinntra- e.
team will assemble in room 318 of the a similar distance. Iowa will appear t .he mn h te addtst e
Union ato7:30tonight evin relresponse to oin the relays and a dual meet. -(iceinesiaonkof ith stmmnnten- firs~ he~ tte s ftheBong cataieloterctao tefotball-
teclofCahSee arelwo Coach Bresnahan's men wil reel off 1 , ,ida wr wt I heorfr-ist quarter with 397 points garneredI eleven and one of the ead'ing centr. ;
:ohas asked them to be present at this lsome 700 miles when they go to the ca°'o meet With his hl'es inte ii;) eball, cross country, handball. of thue Western Confcrenece for tiet
time, in ordler that a number of imn- Kansas relays, andl will adld another'riysatrdb the announoiement'. swilmming;, owling and wrestling, 'last two seasons. Hst of he othecrt
po rtant matters concerning the com-X 500 when they journey to Minneapolisl that Jack Govw would not compete, !IlPh Gamma Delta started off by win- m en who will be on hand are min-!
ing track season, can be explained to ;anid Evanston to dual meets. The; Mann was busy grooming Van for a ning the first event, seedball, and bers of the freshmai n s~ who will
the whole squad at one time. The lDrake relays at DesMoines and the' poiinonteq arte.N pfniehshl ib edsne hn h ie lCiven their first instrucions uner
calling of a meeting of this kind is state meet at Grinnell will add 700 oder has yet been dletermined but I next highst houses have the follow-. the Varsity coaches.t
in pursuance of a policy begun a nunm- miles between them. Other features probaly Samson or Catain Kerr will; ing ponts: Beta Theta Pi. 37; Phi! Coaches Little and XXieman will lei e
ber of years ago.j of the Iowa cardlwl be the appear- ledofteeet~h aco a'jh 10 KpaN,03 h im in charge of the winter workouts and
Other speakers in addition to Cach Kapeapoff1t; wPhitSigma Deltaan'300;hi, 35;heappaNit, u3; Phithemaassisatcah
once of Illinois and1 Notre Dtnie at wioliteonsgoingdtoytheeoneswhoant.econot
Farrell who have been secured are: oiingigt h n h osntIan ,8 iSgaDla 0;Iowa field for the first outdoor duals start. Johnison andl Van will fill in;Th leta Ch.27 lh h Chi, 287;es and several veterans from this 1PoesrAgecara fte lh h h,27
PoeorAircara ofteever hield between the schools, asseon and third swimmers. k Dela Ta Epllon, 27M; Ni Sigma Nu. ears eleven. It is expectel that aboutjt
Athletic Board of Control; Professor Smojil Itebrn fte 6.5 aniaesviirpria h is
Carver of the mathmatics Smonwlllepartbutmfthent5;aniatswilrpotatte is
James K. Brooker, Captain of the TI TIA J team's work, competing in the relayj Phi Sig ma appa claims thid place workout.________
track team; Coach Hoyt of 'the fresh- CM LETLILK I 10, and 220 yard events; While .John by .irture of winning the cross col- pt
ConferencFOOLosscountryMan[Itwoyard free stle.Capan Kerr wlbyackyrthey have Non the even. Kappa 2 3 Te m
micrLS OIS ETecaposs ckonuntrh and twobe: N i i osesin f-tir laeOn Ohio'Couts 1

'Purple Swimners
Y Y T IC 5 A 0Will Tour Cowl-
1 14'0T 7c~z-members of Northxwestern't
I i"F 'Wi I KU1. j chainpm oishiupswimnming team xvill in-
-~ --- I ide theo Far West when Capt. Ralp)h
F~ciio il e;c Sotto dye iBreyer, IDick H-owell, Patti Corbelt,
A 2t1in ".'Y { rc i?3t !a l- a lmld I 3a u l ovitz, accompanying ithe_
Weejr ic plc Glee, clib, will till numerous:
M ___. z ~~agcmn.ts to swim in meets a.nd
TRYOUT IST G XY %h i) itions along the Pacific coast.
IThe four swimmers are members
of the Club, and -will make their tour
Theo \ar sity ;>ym nastic team.with, along with the org anization. Coach
the 1,roit i:=eoof a decision ontlthe rec.(- .omt Robinson of the tank squad will
gnit ion qtiuesiion kit hin a, week to ok E accompany his pupils. The mend will
o Gn i''i1enuc i t: in lt nht,'s prtc- !leave Evanston Jain. 28, returning
tic.,. The teoun i"; still , ain;ltore i elt. 16. They will tiake part in eight
tr youts. briaing '3_) niena,,.week ag o, 4<)' meets-,and exhibitions.
at n, ,seni witt Vimore imending to
Com ocut next semester. The said thsyar
hasbee skel 'oi anitfort~l o permience they will acquire ti er
Iio al eet asked ato taminhformal s!will make the future of the team
entered in the Olym pic tryouts.bigt
The aizeand luetumbers ue at Nelson, ex-lightweight chamw
wvell lprel)"'red il all of the five (Ic-
partcntsof Ihe sm-I.in h I 1u'ti ic has regained -control of a fortune
let bats Caiin FolverI of $150,0C00 which be lost through anl(.Gofso
let~~~~~~~~~ basCta evradG hwCI] ror in a. contract.
to the best advrlta ;e. Inl the most:
(difficult. of the giymtnast>, tricks, the .Ii,
hose Captin 'i'l'er'again stands rl. e American league schedule meet"-
ois, wihIlh I he ci det man o nwill lieheld at St. Louis, Mo., on
his calibtre. Zart, man, N4elzley, and k fltc. .PeietJhsnh n
Endres are fighting it Eout on liorizont- I_______________________________
a1bars. Eit her of the firest, two would i
ioe sure point gtters in Big Ten® aciN-A 0 in I !
('los. In the flying rings Chew, a puco- * Not Whether You Shall
duet; of the Orient. and leery Snib
a s-oidhmrore, are the class.fth otU But Which Companp?
lDoyle andl Schneider take (care of tI l NORTH'WESTERN
U iihaing in' a st yle abiove thmat of
thle other tryvouts . !- MUTUAL
iThere atre a na-filber (if first yearIm
Wr en working- out wiih th ego laimPhonle 807-MVI
of' tirst rate abiliity, and xxwih he x- a. aU UU *L

In view of the fact that there are
many students on the campus who
would like to hear these men; all
those who wish to come will be al-
lowed admittance as long as there is
room. As many ipoints of value to
those beginning track are certain to
be discussed all members of the fresh-
man track team should be p~resent.
Track usually feels the inelgibility
axe lightest of any of the four major
snorts. but Coach Farrell will take
no chances on losing any of his stars
and has announced that practice will
be consideralbly lightfened over the ex-
am ination lperiod.
That Michigan will have another
excellent two mile relay team this

-- stroke, while Van will see service as becatm
Tlie ~a memwber of the speed quartet and1 This
Tequalifying round of the Intra-I also as Samnson's teammate in the that
Imural foul throwing tournament was C 2.Illt~ ilcetrhsatn ~s
completed last night, 35 teams taking
I tiopns on the back stroke alone; while sxwim
1lpart andi each team averaging- nine[ Seia' oeevn stepug. Iuno
'men. b Seian slIvn i h ]tne no
-Papenguth and Sterritt, the divers l other
Th ihs cr wsmd ySg named for the trip, xvere given a long" when
ma. Alpha Mu with 38 goals out of '50 .
chaces Te sors o th 1 temsdrill yesterday and pIii ally wil drewI ol
chqaling arTesollsows:he1Sigm ;their full share of the work today, years
Mualifyin amdaso Chw: iglpa A-as xword has come Ifrom Chicago that ugh i
paM 3;LabaCiApha 36 they have a. pair of clever (livers who iPh-1
Phi Sigma Delta, 35; Phi Lambda lock for an easy victory over the ternit
IKalia. 33; Sigma Nu, 31; Tau Delta Michigan entries. ('oach Mann cecn- Sin
Phi,33;Thet Cli, 3 : hi Sgmatered his xwort; on Panenguth's lplain 4201f
Kapp, 8; Thta i, 0;;PirMoAl front and Stnrritt's optional dk es. thef
t~ 0.: Alpha R1ho Clhi, 30; Kappa !This yerteCnee rqie )Isul
.Nor.h nfrtcerqirsC td, 29; Phi Cii, 28; Sigma Phi Epsi- (ldivers to present six at temipts (itftheir ilesid
almot crtan, s th a" ~. , JUI ~l ~1I11i I'4SIIJ~l ~ oxv chosiig.tha

Iseofc its victory in hiandball.
is the third consecutive season
Siegel has won this title for his
e. Sigmia Phi reigns supreme in
ming, andl in winning the meet
vered men of varsity caliber, An-
'epeat victory was d egistered
ISigm a Cli won the all campus
in-g, and Theta Delta Clii last
winners in wrestling caine thro-
again this year.

Columbus. Ohio, Jan. 21.--What is
said to be a world record in the mtun-c
be ri of basketbhall teams in a. Singlec
university was antnouncedl last night
by Grant TP. Ward, dircctoi of mtria- I
meural ath-letics (if the Ohio State uni
IHe statedl that 283 dilfferent quintets
were nowv engagedl in the geaie at theukyscolc



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yer ppar -pa Kapp~a Lamibda, 28. T he team will worktout todaysu-ke
three veterans Reinke. Fryberg, and __yasus-_ken_
Cochran, displaying fine form and --- uai hut uroabby will not praeti('e on 1 euts.
The question of renewing W. H.! Friday, as they leave for Chicago that i rf]Ie
Look toar he toanecelentseason S aldig's contract as football coach; night. A light workout will le held athlet
Las yer te tvo til reay eamat the l'niversit v of -Minnesota is ex-' at the Windy (City pool on Sat urday !capl
wasoneof hel~et i te cuntypectedl to comne tu at a. meeting of morning, to accustom the mn to their! foul
thvrateigr ordcs.forithis ent n the board of regents tomorrow. sum''oundings. -volley
vacancy to fill, that left by the grad- t________________
nation of lattendlorf, Coach Farrell - --- ___
is optinmistic as to Michigan's chances
this ,year. There are a number from
whbom to pick the fourth mnan and
competition for this berth is certain
to be hard fought. Hart, Fingerle, Pfl- j
like. andl Walsh appear to be the most.
likely candhidates at the present time
M art has ran several 2:03 halfs in
past two weeks and ,appears to haveI
the edge on the otheirs at this time. 3e s o i f r o m l W e
Ir'ingerle gave promise of (developing
into a valuable man when lie, turned # on t'la
in times close to the two minute nmark.;o ~l
on Archie 1 ahns's freshmlen teamI
t o y a s a o w i e If u e a t aliF O d mate (if I-la rt's on thle fresh mnan teamle t ea u n d t e ha f i : 2 i
'everal telegraphic miects last seiaon. .1

Lefty Groves At
Top Of Pitching E
Standing hn I.L.
RobeiI. CIoves, who xwas recently
,jur(basedl hiy Connie i Mack of the Phii--
I arlelphi a Ath letics from the BaliI I-
3more c-lub of the International Lea-
gue, led the pitchers in that circuitI
Jl:st season, according to the 1924 av- _!
Groves, who is a left-hander, won 26
ganmes and lost ut six. His average
was .813. Ilie also led the hu1rlers of ;
fh, leag;ue in strikeouts, with 213 in
2 36 innings ;pitched. Ile scred five.
shutouts, more than any of. his coinr-
peti tolxs.
Walter Eieall of Rtochester rankls
next -t~o, Groves. Ie was in 41 ga mes,
rxinin .25 and losing eight, for a
jme'cent a e of .758.
Vernon -Ii. Pa3rks, '19, wxho ~vas thej
jlea(ig hurler of the (Xonferemice
while At- Michigan, .ranked 11th, ith -
1 wins andl 11 defeats. lile was w ith I
4i: Lasyracurse club. I-Ic took part in, 37 ,F

Te Sock Kinge
lil Sorah TUniversiy A iv.
;o S. State Sr.

tes with a total of 350 points. ....+."
(<'e school strarted there has been V NN ARbPOaII TO 111)DO)
'm'ternitY teamis taking part iYlp
liffeueni, sports, and 1532 men -:T
ants were miembhers of the teams.
es. taic frat ernit y athletics, more ' . , ., n
1,.00) independent mien have I a- MiOIM1~1rxpv~~na
part in the samntumbemr of cv- . - pO,,allng 3'o- 1 ~C~ et
e c cnl q a t r o r t r i y , l o e L r e p.f '~ dL ttie of v hih basketbiall is about - - m od crate rates.
leted. consists besides that sport, I
Am rowing, ind(101' 1rack, rc-lay, and
~ bll.Leave Ann Arbor (Chamber
______- - I of C'oimmerce, 7::30 a. iq., 11, a.
5:130lp. it,.t'EtiiOOn ILL3
thy... Sndays, kv AJl v
rArltor 7:30) a. in, 4Ir. Ii. .} p. - 17 Nickels' Arcade
Irroaioq:1 n. Poe~The Typewriter &Stationery Store
io riimaf kiti. J ".' ,",~°. W", " ..",! d.-a. sr"..z. .* '.E.s." . . .. °, .". °. °e. +° °.'.a." :".l ."Y' . .J P ~."
Thei' u tooil 4ouor (Coach Service
_-tiService will be Upon *Sx routes appo e
by te MIUmiciP6ai Authori ntie.
al I q~m PEOPLN'3 MOTO 0r,1 COACH -1CO.
Hop anid
e Ladies codac Ih tm ri
ler bets eenm CoS r"on
0- (e r P u p sl~ bv en th e C m o C o u n c il an d th e R a il-
way W herebyhN Motor Coach Service is _estab-
11 New s lished CO~nm$.jHnm, Sunday, February 1, All
io-h°Grade local street CcaRSer'Vice inl Ann Arbor will be
a tw et iithdr awn Es't he close of o pei-ati .m iol Satur-




lowed a totAl of
r, iig3.77pe

265 innings, lHe al-
111 eained r'uns, ax-
nine innings.




L ifc lnsu 4nc ahas
its foundation in
tlift. Premiumrrs
pid on a policy
are not spenrt, th-y
arc ;jpvested.


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