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'AGE SIX

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

T1T~SIAYFEBUI~IY 24, 1925;

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FISHER i AK;ES FIRST CUT IN
"?OLVEfldNE BAELLTRYOUTS

C WINTERt FOOTB1ALL
All men who have received
notices to report for winter
foothall practice will report. to
thie field house t his arfternoon
!at 4 :30 o'eI och to roeeve eqip 1-

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Sliced I 'id 0.lr't le FmI Emet ad aH irtworkout. j
Vo I ws'I'rlmlin g'jG rid Tryouts 3j and haveTT
leer~cF ~To Have Firs
KEEPS EVERY HUIRLER orkot Todyin"TI rnnf 10Rn r
Coach Fisher yester day hradq I hC~11 Iflj i in
first workout with hIle ha sehail Isquad;Wntor 1'fo( 1 1 il zat o(dy in 1M9T11H LPII lL115LU
sifl('O last .weeks cart. it; was ilric>- o r-th icid hous, nclsCoaches *\Vn e-n
sib~ C to acconmplish miuchl with the manrr and I31ti el ho men who I. 11
large number of pien who responold!Ireceived I°hesinvitng the(m 1 lto LA th1eII D .1
to th to(:ac'h's first-, call for candi- ,winter Gr(ill a1-0 to report. Te limit-
dates at t he -ta rt of training, andl the ed numrrber of men that-, have been ask-
reduction, t,k011 effect withi the final od to train insidie was necessarily re- ('0Coach Puts.Squai~'d Through SIMf
practice atwe, has put the squad; stricted by sprace l imitiations within Seinma~'e After' Three
into wotkdle form.,I lhe field 1itos. A generalI call will be 'IayRe ={'t
In the holidlay -practice, the hu1'-1 issuied as ,goon. as the weather pris -
let's received dmost of Fisher's atten- I rcieot-fdos PURDUE DATE NOT SET'
tionr. T'onr i Fishe, giant sophomor, TI e canzdidate s forr next yea r's team
who has not been allowed to pitch1 will workout throe timges a. week. The { Michigan's Varsity basketball squad
since ract ice startedl, dare to a sore jr= half' or each of these dtrills will s'ttc nesv rprto o h
armyese~dy hd hs frstflig a lbe levotedI to handball, to relieve the Wisconsin game at Madison Saturday
inound ol ~tk. With Allen catching niIonetonry of daily practice. A hand-f i h il ouewe oc
nightintefedhueweCoc
hime, and'uwder the constant surveil- ball toulrnamen nt will lbe held in March Iitlrpu:woeashoghaft
lane o 1 e cach hepithed10 heto deter mine the champion handballer scrimmraag yesterday afternoon.
regulars -- Alt bough lie tailed to show 1of the squad. The secondl half of eachI
touchl controllie was effective, es- ' .The entire sq'uadl appeared to be in
llywih hs as batwhih hesession will be devoted to fundament- Igood shapeyetra after its three
playwihhi at alwic h als, tackling, and liocking. After the ; day rest over the wveekend. The
veterants had (if~icult y in hitting. ha sehll teamer i nishes their work-
.Jcalonow ski and Benson both11had ot leg d addte ilprcie pp e contentedl himself with us-
lonrg workou~rtand both of last sea- out;eo the grdcniasebll prcets. gth same lineup against the scrubs
o}i acessrenwelinsiance overthe baseball____nets. - which has taken part in the last
;otesrachu rers avnedoe.he, -----few games, although Landre was given
lIn cuttinig the squnad, Coach Fisher i ITIX II at tirial at lied Cherry's post. Tihe

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Lack of Ice at ('oliseuni ;!relents '
i'layiig Oft f G (opher
Serib
MAY PLAY TONIGHT
Poor ice again cutit o AMichigan's;
hockey schedule when last night's
; _me with Mlinnesota .as called off
due to the tact that the skating suir-
face at the Coliseum has been hari v
dlamaged by the warm weather and
rains over the weekend.
Another game is slated for t onight,
bIut it is extremely doutfulil whether
it. will be played, as the prospects last;
night were poor for the improvement
of the ice to a sufficient extent to
allow the contest. A sudden coldl
wave might repair the damage to the
ice enough to make it possible to p~lay,
but chances are slimi that the series
will _take. place.
Tfhe Varsity sextet is scheduled to(i
start its annual northern trip thiis
weekend, in the course of which the
Gophers and Wisconsin will form the
opposition for Coach Barss' aggrega-
tion. Tphe necessary cancellation oft
the series here was a had blow to thle
Wolverines, as their chances for the
IConference title in the ic'e sport rest.-
ed to a consideralble extent upoin the
outcome of the two contests. An
earlier series with Wisconsin was call-
ed off dlue to poor ice, and the onlyj
Conference games that have been
played so far this year were the t wo
in which the Badger's fell before
Minnesota's team, 5-1. andl 1-0. Ac-j
cordingly, Michigan's 1101105 for Bi1
Ten supiremacy (dependl 1upon the show-
ing; 1' the teant on the trip. The fact
that they will be played on strange
rinks will be a stifIf test for as untriedl

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4g 'ic i S° _n.crs°L omrAseel:kdefeatedl Gilbreath of Wisconsin
vdho has been tooted as the best man
° r ,-*i ' "ii in fthe Conference. If the Wolverine
a Ti t n'de s(apitain can come through with a 1:501
for' the 1;50 yard backstroke, Michigan
should coutnt either a first or second
Wi 8 to.] se' ~'1 lln ' 1tII (c: iciM ~rtt, CI a (mnthnd been or- in Iihis event. Halisted who has placed
't01iiu ari f a1xai t lK i a . th1d to Derr in all the meets so far
1 Ala ~c a tii. ~. . u' ~Imi meoatIely ean their ret urn to tAnn t his sea-sont, should manage to get
iiiiev. A i fbi, thle ta n~u en began themr train- paitts.
llt( "<t ; Ot ?lir, t ~t . ;)i~tl} ig torth le isconsin mieet, iandlagain ICow has been swimming the 40
ctdy i'1 l' t3 tjfl; :. i h ereQ'{ aw\ar'dedt with ant t predict - yarid anrd free style in 19 seconds or
Slt at _ 11,11 II'''2 2i ' lPl ,AclorV ti(iynli: lipositig of Wisconsin,! bet ter and should either defeat or
lo:- of S ~':.2 nAXx ilt otnly arAUteiigan2der'ated one of the strong-"lplace se'ond1 to 1- erseberger of 'Wis-
'-' irono':nf -V S iI e'slItits in the C onference, andllthe IconsizA and Matiovitz of Northwest-
;i~i V , w-ta.. w~g Il c x k iiani~a teami should not offer! (Continued on Page Eight)
;itie Hl'ne' i '._' natl( i tsxPagea any great opposi tion t his week-end.
dill ~ ~ ~ o (,e(I(1'V i 0' tied 1 id .\ori'tUwestern, which though 'nepre-, New vYork City, Feb. 23.-Tommy
,TX)(i ,onf~ n s.('aelI~ 't': esiied by weak dttesinl mo-st athletic (I ibbons andi Harry Wills, the two out-
of, f e s. - t w t~rjt i iee tonfest s, always has boasted a. strong standling contenders for the worldl's
s;o?.t 4,3' a a 1 tIt t' nii a 1elails andl sw itn ming squnad, is all that at pre-!' heavyweighit championship, have
fthi<e cx ~tz<1(1115;>c ( . 'ia .ii tli- s ent staunds between Michigan and a agreed to meet at the Milk Fund char-
it c !ite t ,i. Conference championshtip. In the Con- ity bouts here next summer. Gib-
Cl'c ~e 1~i'piasree C,(ontch ference fracas points will be awardhed bons agreed to terms some time ago
anti ~ ./' o .. n I'i ev eelop -'for the first five mnen in every event, and Wills, thtrough his manager Pad-
the ii'ne tt <(htamlioishi I so upon fl Michigan's ab~ility to cot) the dy Mlullins accepted today. The bout
a~~~t ten h ;J .':iiai txx v -lIoanildc~ second, t hird' foitrth and] fifth places is sclheduled for 15 'rounds and the
r~cleff" t SW f points of their will rest her chances (if winning the winner wvill lie matched with Jack
01' i 'tei-i'd 1 endill- meet. Dempsey later in the summer, prosvid-
lee. !'1:1 .";ii m l or at. Captain Kerr has been continually edl ihat the elitantpion will agree to
ice l$''afl8X Il uk otig hai'd iproving in the backst~rohe, and lehst 3 fight once more before he retires,

3j)-aciice;, Jihfiill" tl iune (If]awn:('f-
,I 'e c1 i-S5ItFI.. a:11 t,' 1 i non t o u
(Til 'e t' 'c-'ilnc ' ' i :eT te C im-ago I
('i.:e xP11 12srVice(s o1
?n.( t I '! til t I~. 1 x'iil1 t(o
lttitr' tN 0 5 W ~$ 1;::':, ' ith0 ' anle

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dispsed i'two catcher s, leaving the
fol lowvin g ca udi dial es from whtich the
varsit'y back~sto~p will lbe selected: Al-I
len, Brown, ;. NI. 1Ba:ker, Baker, D~e-
("ra ff, and D~avxis. Thie coa cit(did not
(fsl)ose of any hiurlerts, because he
needs those wvho d1( not actunally pitch'I
to woirk out in battingl piracti;e. The
following pitchet's aire still on th-e
teami: Benson, Jablonows-ki, Walters,
P'ishei', Thorne, 11 illinger, Whell, Johtn-
son, 1hildbt'igct Shunsky, Mace, Wal-
ker, and ltuetz.
Besides last ses'si(i' regulars in
the outfield and infield whlich are,,
Captit (aillntan, Wilson, (Giles, Ihag-
gert y, Colemtan, St eger, and Bachman,
the following c'andidates for those po-
sitionls have been retainedI: Borg, SalIa-
zinski, ianisiord, Malert, Price, Ap-
pold, R. .J. Wilson, Terma.n, Ryhroltu,
R ennet', and F4riedman.
White, a promtisintg first sacket' front
thle freshman sqluad, has been puntun-
der fatcult y ban. " ahitel''Wilson,
rogitwirlhst baseman, was itt uniform
agsain ye'sterda y, a lter a ten (lay lay
off withI a bad knee. Alt htotigh limp-
lag badly, lie totok part in the fullpr c ce s si n
St. Loutis, Mo., Feb. 2:3.-St. Louis
Anrieri carn Leagure pen nant st oclk
climbedl today, when Mantager CGeor'ge
Ffarlod i lner declared lhe haid lull y
tecovei'edhfrom thle impairmnent; of hisi
vision. PTe fir st hasemni (xpedI s a
grood seasoin for hinself' hothi in the('
field and at bat. Th'1e team it self, due
to the st reng}thIening 01'f1tle cluib rost -
er this winter shouldl finish well up
in the first divisiont of its leaigue.
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Ullp-lbasket shooting was off as a result
of the let up in practice Friday antd
i Saturday but by the entd of the session
it was almost up to normtal.
Volley I . , and ('oach Lambert of Purdue in re-
VOI1LIIYI gardl to the rescheduling (if thte Put'-
Vole all, a. new sport among the: due-M~ichiig'an game, originally set fot'
Int ro-mural activities will be inatilr-1 last Friday.itight, caime to nautght
ated this week. Nearly fifty fratern-1 when the two mentor's met at the
itties have enttered and these teamsi Illinois-Wisconsin game at U)rlana,
have been divided into leagues simil-! Satitiday. Lamubert hadl only one date
at', to basket-ball. To win, the fra-; to offer, March 1(1, and that was niot
tet'nity will htave to win two out of! acceptable to. the Wolverines whose
the Pro I fteen-poiint gauges. I last gamte is scheduled March 7, with
rl u,,5(hiy e(venting, Feb. 24, at. 8:151 Ch;icagto. It is expected that Mlichi-'
at Wat eriwan 'gytitasiuttii, the follow-1 gate- will push the mattet' inasmuch
lug frat ernities will play: 'Beta Phi, as thte other game played witht Purdue
D~elta vs. Acae~ia ; Delta C'lii vs.Phii Cli;i; took pla1ce at Lafayett.e andl restulted
at 9 :00t, Sigma, Alphha Mu vs. Nit Signma in a onte pointt win for' the Boiler-
Nut; Phi K~appa Alphta vs. Phi Kappha'; maker's. If the t wo teamis('an get. to-
at. 9: 45, 1Delta Sigma Pi vs. Alpha RhoI gether latter in the 4season Michigan
Clhi; Sig'ma :Phi vs. Theta Clhi. j will have a g~ood chance to) take a
victory on her htomte floor.
Freshmlitantgr'outp ha sketbal1lgaines
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