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CHCA O IN M E T Coach George biittle, recently chos- mentA~ T R i S U D iodCahFsr nest
en director of athletics at the Univer- Irry nine more, making 15Vhuralrs
~~~sity of Wisconsin, leit Saturday to icianl wilhv t eua u
Swiimierx Wiu First Coifereiice Meet look over the sight of his future ac- Fisher Anticipates- Gomi Year f eigsao.Bo rwfobl ichIigan~ With he ets eptlirot f
}'~uiMrgon ByWd iiy uighssa tMcigan WovrnsBsbl itecaptain, Red Cherry, of basketball Kipke, but Coleman who was forced
A~irgi~i Coach Little will make tentative plans _____ ame, and Swanson Will also be given out with a lbroken leg last year is
fAPO R V SSA . or the coming season in order that:SA TP A TC E a chance to show their abilitY. The expected to fil Harry's shoes, while
SAMPSN PR VES SAR tings may be in shape for his re- SA TP CT EFB. 6jcoach is looking for a man who can Steger and llachman will patrol the
Miciga'sVarit swmmng anception in April when he will prol.- hit as well as catch. Four of last remainder of the garden. In the out-
Miciga s arsty wimingta ably take over the new position. He Coach Ray Fisher, who begins work season's triumphs can be traced to field also the coach is looking for
won its first Conference victory since is extpected to return to Ann Arbor with the Varsity baseball squad on the mighty stick of Jack Blott. men who can hit, and if some uni-
swimming became an organized spor-t Isometime tomorrow. Thursday, Feb. 5, is optimistic over Fisher will have two veteran hurl- heralded sophomore c'omes along who
here against the University of Chricago 'the lprospects of another champion- ers in Benson and .Jalblonowski. Due can do this thing, the regulairs will
last Saturday night, 43-25. The Michi- and lead off man on the Michigan ye-'shi1) team. He has veterans in c-very to a severe illness last season Jerry by no means be sure of their posi-
gan team first camne into prominence lay team was easily the outstanding i department of the gamne except catch- Benson was not at his best. This tions. The coach is counting on Ryh-
last year, when after an uneventful star of the meet, cornering ten coun- ers, and it is to these mien he wvill give season he is in perfect physical condi- rolm for a utility man, as he is able
season, the Wolverine tankmen sur- ters himself and having a share in most of his attention during the first tion and much more can be expectedl to play any position in the outfield or
prised the aquatic world by placing the acquisition of five others. ,workouts. of him. With Jablonowski's added cx-. infield well. That the regular out-
second to the strong Northwestern Captain lKerr and Halsted of Michi-. The backstop candidates are not of Jperience, the coach is looking for him fielders will have to work to keep
squadl in the Conference meet at Chi- gan stepped aiway from the Chicago the calibre of Jack Blott, last season's to lbe one of the leading hurlers in the their positions is guaranteed by the
cag~s. entries for a first and second place in 'mainstay, but the pick of the fresh- Big Ten. Fisher and Miller are -two quality of the recruits from the fresh-
cragu. framnhbfr atonthe 150 yard backstroke. Captain K(err man squad, Kellehr and "Red" Davis goodl hurlers who came up from the man squad who includie Froemke,
on fundamentals by Gerry Barnes who was one of the best in the Conference nmay help to solve the lprOblem. There freshman squad, and 1)0th are expect- Pucklewartz, Tireman, andl Chambers
then had charge of the team, since the in this event last year and promises is also Baker, last year's reserve man, ed to give some of the Varsity men a the latter now on the basketball
holiday recess the squad has been to conme throng with some rea.l times who will get the call, if he has im- hard fight for their positions. Other squad.
given speed drills by Coach Matt Mann this season. Halsted, also a veteran p)roved as much as he did the pre- mien on the campus who aire capable I sast season's infield will be intact,
who recently took ov~er the team. Mann1 of last year's squad stuck close to
predicted a victory for his squad over the Michigan leader.
the Chicago tankmen but even their Chicago was able to lplace first andl
most optimistic supporter did not pro- second in the lplunge alone, Atwood
phesy such an overwhelming win, es- and Grandquist of the Windly City ag-
pecially as the team was weakened on gregation beating out Seidman of
the (ay of its departure by the loss Michign s JlapIenguth partly attoneF n st fO d ; e i e v c
Dunnakin, who practically wvon the placing third in the hundred yard free in s o d ; r p d s r i e
interfraternity swimming meet single style, the second time that lie has
handed will have been in school one swum this race this year.
year at thre end of the present semester Summiary: Relay: Michigan 1, Cli- ple sant s'irr ound i s; lo~rest
and will be eligible to compete in the Icago 2, Samson, Johnson Kerr Gow:
remaining meets of the year. yan will IDiving: Dorf. (C) first, Starrett (M)
also be back for the remaining meets. second, Papenguth (M) th'ird. 40 yds: C C r t eSe OU
The Michigan squad jumped into Go M frt Kerr (M) second, Noirp i e . E c p f r th ese f u
the lead by ntngthemselves five (C hr.200 yrsbreaststk:
points in the relay. Samson, Johnson,( Hawkins(C) first Whitingham(M) sec-
Kerr, and Gow easily winning over ond, Diamond (C) third. 220 free
their Chicago opponents. In the next style: Sampson (M) first, Johnson (M)
event, the fancy diving, Captain Dorf of second, Lane (C) third; Plunge: At-
Chicago took first place for his school wood (C) first, Grandquist (C) second '
but Sitarrett, a diver uncovered in the Seidman (M) third; 150 yards back s o ~ a tr r a e
interfraternity meet, surprised his stroke: Kerr (M) first, Halsted (M)
team-mates by placing second, while second;' Ma'kley (C) third; 100 yards .
Papenguth, i veteran springboard-man, free style: Sampson (M) first, Noir
had to be content with third. (C) second, Papenguth (M) third.
In a fast 40 yard race, Gow, who has
been out with injuries all season step- Bloomington, Jan. 26.--Five Indiana
ped on it for a first place while Cap- students are planning to form an "in-
tain Kerr beat out Noir of Chicago tehligentsia" group to spend the com-
for second place by a touch. Whit- ing semester in a cabin in northern'
tingham of Michigan did some pretty, Michigan. Each man will spend hi
swimming when he forced Hawkins, time reading, writing, studying or do- U s ta ir s, Ivi c keils A rca d e
winner of second place in ,The Confer- ing wpaatever he likes best.
ence last year, to go the limit to beat
him. Don't delay-Pay your Subscripton
Samson with wins in the 100, 220. today.
work of last season's hu'rlers can be
trac(edl to the unfailing support thley
received from thle inlield. With veter-
anus in the in [leid t he coach expets
TO STUDY DANCE
])uring the present recess between
semesters, Miss Ethel McCor-mick, di-
rector of the physical educationt ce-
en mtnretrand MssuRuthrrice, in
11,ni !IU1iU~ yearU structor in the department, are going
Ceach Fisher while expecting good to take somne special work in danci:n:
r esults from his veteran team also at the Detroit Institute of Musital
icoks for the (ompetiltiOn to beC strong- Arts and under Theodore Smhith who
or. Ohio withi whom the Maize andl has recently returnead frdm study in
Blue sha red the championship of '24 New York and abroad.
also has a veteran team, and has been The art section of the Faculty Wo-
practicing for two weeks. That Iowa men's club will meet at 2 o'clock to-
and Illinois are out to build contend- day at the home of Mrs. C. B. Vibbert,
ing teams is evidenced by the fact 1100 Forest.
that t hey starteod piractice with the I_______________
olpening of school in .January.
Kappa Phi group meetings, sched-
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