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FACE STX

THE MICHIGANDAL

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150 ATTEND TR&CK
MEETINGIN UNION
Professor A1igrler D)eplores the lack
Of Interest In Track At
MUichiigan

COACNH OFI NTAO LED 1-AFI
Toledlo, 0., Jan.22.---Larry Bevan,
! Coach of the national high school
championship _Waite High, eleven, re-
signedl yesterday. Bevan has dlevelop-
Cel fo ui' national scholastic chain- p o s i te m bu cl ms h s a =
practice 1is1n0w t00heavy to allow
him to pay further attention to foot-
hall.

CAGERS TO HOLD
FINAL PRATC

-NOTRIE DAME (COA('H TO )VISI', I (R)(1)S[ht l~ I 'a
D~etroit, Mich. Jan. 22.-Knute Ro0-
c iflc, director of athletics at the 1Uni-
versity of Notre Damce, will arrive in r
guhest of Northwestern high school. --
.Rockne will he the special guest: of I3i!('i(C ye G('-plers )Bt s;:rt ('I 4 st~'u
Bnert Mnrs, North western's athletic (i ]i(plugMe

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TRAINING EMPHASIZED
More than 150 men were present at TA1K
he takmeighl last night in
ity members and prospective can-

f [gM OpPLAY CHICAGO FEB. 7
[[AM OPENS iichigan's varsity basketball team
will take its final workout of the se.,
N TO MO 1 lOVV2 ntwg
lgtscrimmage andl then Coach Math-
leavs fr (lilagoer w-ill g.iv his squad to the profes-
ui Leve orCicg sors forth rest of the time between
1 ~ ~t.,Sudo now adti last of the secondI week
ie illen f fnalexaminations.
Inasmuch as the squad will only
REPLACE COW 3 have one or tv;o pract ices before the

the latteci was a track athlete at Notre
Dame.

diates of the track~ team attended, as
well as alarge number of freshman
from the yearling team.
A. Vaughn Herrick, manager of the
track team, was chairman of the meet-
ing. Trainer Charles Hoyt, freshman
track coach, was the first speaker cal-

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CRANA 1 1 GEIL MAY RE PORTJ. Be lin Ieu-T'. 2. A lace. C':fl(' :1inei I E ; t\afl l 'eVen 1Sti raiht gines3
i% n crar-1V 1iL1'ltl; to 0 a V '';; ('h' et team showed Ire-

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led1 on. Speaking of the prospects for _
a strong freshman team, be pointedl 1 Michigan's Varsity swimming team
out that° while there did not appearwileaet1:4o'oktnghfr
to be as many stars as last year therewileaet1:4o'octnghfr
were more men cap~able of being (de- Chicago where they will meet the
veloped into second and third place Maroons in a deal swimming meet
winners, on1 Saturday afternoon. Michigan:
Professor Aigler, chairman of the nsdteMrosotfrscn
Athletic Bloard of. Control, dleplored nsdteMrosotfrscn
the lack of interest in track at Michi- ac inte ofrn<metls
gan and1 pledged the support of the yer.anfl Ithe C hicago swimmers are
Out, to avenge this unlpr(lietetl lip_
Athletic Board of Control in any at-
tempt to remedy the situation.
Egbert Isbell, Conference t;wco mile[ Coach Mann will have a squadl of r
and cross country champion, was the wbiX vouto iinanti three new men with
whi(ht eet t he onslaught of the
third speaker to take the platform~ and Chicago teem. Captain Derr in the
pointed out the great track record 1 reast strale is one of the best mnen
Michigan possesses and called on this IinteC frncadshudb a
year's team to maintain it, remind- sin the Conerce hand ishuld be-a
ing them that Michigan has won 32sreIacwin.Th Mcignr-
ou1f.1oneec lalmes n lay team, which last year won the
cit:ofou 4 o 2 CnfreceWeten ua met, ndConfei once event, has been strengthl-
Conferecrieed b~y the adiditionl of Samson, and
chamionsip Mets.if Van can takes care of (low's place
James K. Brooker., Michigan's great- fnterlyte hud ea~et
est pole vaulter and captain of the interly lyshudbaleo
track team, brought out the fact that give the Chicago quartet a real race.
The breast strokce was considerably
the competition was going to be closer
wveakened by the loss of Mielziner, butj
than ever this season and urgedl theit'shedhaeterVno i-
men to train conscientously. tiiigharm will step out and upset the
Coach Steve Farrell, was gi'eeted Maroon's hopes. Samson should
with great enthusiasm, as he rose to paei ohte10ad20yr
spea. Te cachbrouht ut he eeddashes, while Johlnson is a possibility
for more men and told of the large in the 40. Hlalsted has shown con-
squads working out at the other Con- siderable improvement over his last
ference schools. The coach believes season's formh so that he may be
that Michigan is going to have a good counted on as a factor in the backI
season however, if the members of toeeet
the team are willing to sacrifice and Papenguth failed to win a single
train wholeheartedly. Using the great first place last year, after showing
Pinland runners as an example the promiise of becoming a gietdvrin
coacih said, "Determination is the only 193 llt ochMnntinsthatvehis
thing that wins in track, and that is 1)~i'eminary work this year shows
wrhy I lovie the sport.,, In closing he iorom'se of a return to the caliber of
;said, "I want to coach one more vin his attempts two years ago. Star-
ping track team and I will, if you w~'ill rett lacks experience but has the stuff
come out and work." that should make him a strong con-
tender in any company.
A nmcose recently wandered into the __________
city of Montreal from the Laurentian PATRONIZE DAILY ADVERTISERS
moeuntains.

Norlbweosi er and ChicagPo -games aft-
Z er vacation the coach has been giving,

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his men the limit of work before the
enforced layoff. The Chicago squa d,.
which will be miet the night of Feb.
7 at the Midwtay. will have an adtvant-
age over the Wolverines in not hav-
ing final examrinations at this tinhue of
the year and their additional practice
will malke them dlangeious.
Scholastic di fficu~lties again lbhreat en
the Mliehigan squad( according to in-
(iatious given by several professors
andl Coach Mather is again having the
''"mid-semester blue1 s" which haress
'imn every year. Last year when the
Michifgan souand lcoked! its best in
years Red Cherry was taken from the
team by scholarship and the lpresentI
time there are half a dozen valuable!
players who mlight be l raying Con-1
ference gn.ines excep~t for ineligibility.'
Among t hese are Mogaridg;e, Weiss,;l
Kruger, and Knenzel. Two or three of
these players will p~robab~ly lie elig-
ible foir Way the seconil semester,
lwhile not more than one or two of the,
regular squadl are seriously behind in
their work.
Provided scholarship does not ham-1
per any member of the team which.
has been taking part in recent games'.
the Mlichigan squad is expected to.
Shave one of its best seasons in years fo h pernei a i(ei

nZl 111i '! ' Mihianl's Varsi' ty wI'ree~i hug ,I ear
A IL SLA I VWill meet I'lb(c Ohlio St (' grE llrl i'5
lVolver'ine ca l'd inl the Yost ie]d U
MEE W LVE IN S louse Saturday ni-oht.
when it was announced t h~at. "here is'
Coacli Barss Drills Ment To ('orreet a possibility of Cranage, present. all-
XWea kess Shown In First campus 145 pound1 chiainpion,. anii
Gamie'Preston, all-campus 17.5 pound title
holder, becoming eligible far the meet;
LINEUP NOT ANNOUNCED! Saturday.
_________ 'PTe Ohio State squad wonI a verdiict I
over the Chicago mat lmen in the
Tonight's (drill' will be the last cl~ening Conference with a. score of i 6-
workout for the Varsity hockey squad 7 . Michigan made a biete' sllmvig
before the tilt: with the M. A. C. sex- against the Aggies la'-i woek than the
tet at 2:30 o'clock tomorrow after-; scare, 20-6, would indicate. Thei avni-
noon~~~~~ ortesoisu. wL'\onI folzr bouts and the 'Violver-.
noon t. th Colieum' ines took. three.I
C'oach B~arss gave his proteges aI The 145 potund division:,piroveil to:
stiff practice last night, and the show- h h eks ntleA~iCndi
ing of the team warrants optimism' if Craiia ge and llre<,Tio1 are av'li le
towardl the outcome of the game with Stuattl'lieh csig a tiiln ill4 Ie
thle Aggies. The rather large number 1~leituiicisdib
of new men on the squad mnadeI it dt- naura 135 pounder, vaI tam ; ii to
ficult at the start of practice foi'j fill in the> 145 zlildlid ls, b caulse'ofl
C'oach Barss to work them into the !the zz..rlou(clellt of S~ms fer's mnel i<;.j
Michigan style of lhay. The Assump- ib}il ity just bef'oretl te openzing mlyc e.
ticn game showed the potentialities' Lan.; lthi, aIllmemerof the football
of' the sextet, although the fast and tea iii, only report ad to tile t eam Ii lee!
experienced Canadian team was able weeks ago, ant id(1(1not have ePntiC I
to (defeat Barss' pupils, dlue to supter- experI'ice to(compielteIt'withItheIi('vet..-
for' passinig and teamwork. Since this Bran Murr'ay, of the Ag ie tents, If) 11 5',
}.ratt le, the puract ice period of the Var- onl a fz itla fter thiree m inuit esni ad.5
sity have been spent almost entirely ;sectondls oatwrest jing7.
on this branch of the gamle, with the ;Kamzbel, ca ptain of I lie \\'cl r '11in
result, that tomorrow's tilt wvill see squtI, hlis beer stiffehai from all!ir
the :Michigan team working together 1 ured knee, but 1.('Nl satedt( to I1_ ill
much better than was the case in t11w shape for t he Buckeye meet.. K lrbel !-
opteneOr. lost to Will iamnson, last ' l 'inl as
Coach l3ai'ss has not (definitely anl-; overtime mat ch, a fti- t ile meg al
nounced his l ineupl, although it is1 matcli had ended illa i ri..
probsihie that the same combination _________________
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