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Tt"P.,DAY, FEBRUtTARY 10, 1925



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last Inliiute Raly Falls to Cateli be sp ,,,, .,ythe Ahletica nn ia- l inurls ank Squiad for ~eoiidt i lf$In e s ligtcold :,Hal that sets 1 ' ~(od a=~-; Anea'n is



GCi:and afl1 'fl>l>cflI 2crtlbasketball

Five iatvlties wvill bo played by the(-
Va isi v c1of team t hi s sping accor..L-

t1iu event wil be held(Iat the
I5 Stag le;field bhouse cMarch 21.
Star IBeside:, the state high schools, lR-
situtons in Chbicago andI Toledo have
HIA GERTY IS INJURED ber invitedl to send athletes to the
event. A complete representation
Chicago, .111., Feb. 9-In a closely from the state is not expeced, but i
contste gam plyed ereSatudayall thle larger towns are looked to fort
conteted gme flyed hrntriesda
night, the University of Michigan etielswl eaaddt h
basketball team went down to defeat winners of places in each event, and

before toe, Maroon five 20 to 19.
The victory of Chicago was du
in a~ large way to the severe eye in
jury sustained by Captain Haggertyj
in the arly art of the game wich
prevented him from participating in
the rest of the contest. While the{
extent of Harggertys injury is not yetl
known it is possible that -he will re-
main out fo the rest of the season. !
Although injured in the first five
minutes of play Haggerty remained
in the game in spite of the fact that
he could, hardly see till finally re-
placed by uenzel.
At the end of the first half Chicago
,ias leading 14 to 12. With but seven
minutes to go the Maroons were lead-1
sing by three points and stalled for
time, but Michigan was able to break
through and cut the lead down to one
point. However they were unableto
snatch a last minute victory.
right men were used by Coach
Mkther during the evening in effort
to find a combination that would
prove resourceful. In spite of the
fact that the ragged play which featur-
ed the first half of the game was
corrected in the second period, Mici-
gan did not play as good basketball
as, they did before the exam period.
The loss of Captain Haggerty was a.
severe blow to the Wolverines and
it had a demoralizing effect on the
attack of the team.
Chicago played a very good defen-
sive game especially in the last half:
when thy forced Michigan to shoot
from well out in the court. Two
field goals were tallied by each of
the teams in' the second half while
the W\olverines made three foul shots
and Chicago two.
Dick Doyle outumped Alya at cn-
ter and proved the star of the game.
Ilie scored three times from the field,
the latter only dropping two, both o
which were oV a sensational nature.
Alyea was taken qut of the game in
the second half on account of four
personal fouls. The high scorer of
the Chicago team was Abbott, who led
with seven points. His playing in;
the second half was spectacular. 1
One of the faults of the Michigan
quintette was their lack of ability
to get the ball off the back board. On
many ocasions this gave the Maroons
possession of th ball.
Hlaggerty 31 Barnes~
Chambers f Sacett
11 utzel e Alyeai I
Chlerry W11es
Doyl rg Abbtt
Summary: Substitutions, (Michigan,
LKuezel for Haggerty, Reason 'for
Cambers, Ginn for Cherry. Chicago,
Gordon fo Alya. Field goals, Doyle
?.1, laggerty 2, Chambers, Abbott 3,
Alyea 2, Barnes, Weiss and Hackett.
free throws, Haggerty, 2 out of 2,l
Reason, one out of two, Cherry, 2 out
of 5, Doyle and Ginn, one out of one,
Barnes, 2 out of 3, Alyea, one out of
two, Abbott, one out of one, Weis,
none out of one. Personal fouls,
Hutzel, 2, Haggerty, Chambers, Cherry
and Doyle.
S All tryouts for assistant base- !
ball manager arl requested to C
Ireport at the field house this
afternoon from 2 o'clock to 4 o'-


a cup will be presented to the team
compiling' the mzost. points. The
events an the program, are to in-
clude the 50 yard dash, 610 yard high
and low hurdles, quarter, ha,,lf and
one-mile runs, shot put, pole vault,
high. jump, broad jump, and the half;
jmile and medley relays. The latter
event will be somewhat of an inno-
vation in prepC circles. The first
m-.an will run 220 yards, the Second
440, the third 660 and the fourth 880.
According to present plan, the
preliminaries of the meet will 1)e
run off in the afternoon, with the
finals being staged the same evening.
The athletes will be quartered at
fraternity houses during their stay
in Ann Arbor: The officials con-
cerned with the meet hope for its
success, as they wish to make the in-
Idoo0r meet an annual affair.
'Michiga zBowlers
To Meet DePauw
Michigan's intramural. department
will again sponsor a bowling team in
the Intercollegiate Bowling Associa-
tion this year. Michigan was a mem-
ber of the league last year and placed
first. The team of last year were comn-
posed of the following men: M C.
Locke, .1. J. Walker, G. H. Rump, V.
E. Warney, Nelson Ulseth, and Clifford
Yeakey, Manager. The teams; compri-
sing the league this year are Navy,
Kentucky, Yale, Syracuse, kllinois,
De Pauw, Minnesota, Carnegie Tech,
arid Michigan. Michigan meets the De
Pauw University February 1.ith and
Naval Academy February 13th. All

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Big Ten Mee; . 'iCim k in last right 1results in the intp ro(ve-'J':tark nextoro rv c Wekand the ls lt ~1W oteshdl none yt
Leaves Thutrsday ment of the skaing surface at Wein- hchduesl S (~o~Io (C111511'nx ee'fafl' i li'icassociation last week.
- 101cetsin sFebruary -12. rThe1
berg's Coliseum, Wiscosin's lioclo'y (r_ b - ui~xti "ud~ysDiy 'l'hc first tlt illbe played wi .h
DUNNAd1KIN IS ELIGIBLE t eamn, after a three-day wait in Ann CaVFCIE il 1 LACKING 11 ractice periods can be arranged by O Chio ltae on May 2 over the Ann Ar'-
--Arbor, will leave for Madison this! caling the Intramural office. b- rColt and Country club course. O0n
Coah laitpu hi Vrstysw m norning without having hookedup Michigan's varsity I'att !ni - a ,i'rhetr' qa ilfc
wing charges through a strenuous'wt h ihiai.:tt~~WU dates, who have b)Q(cn Jri'ct irg ifglnce FOUL 'lAlt'1% GW N fate Woverns lverines on the samec course.
speedthndMtimeganrill yesterdayhafter- + examinations endled are still induig- The all campus foul throwing il Tis will Ie the last homne match ;f
sedadtm drlyetraafe-to have been a two-game seres. ! *ol h ihetfr o ok i f~ etI r: oo o10aselrthe season. The rest of the sched-
noon at the Y. M. C. A. pool to start ('oach Iverson andl eight play~ers a-rgi ollh ilhetfrmo k ro us.(et i itoberal stecard hstl sa olos a 4 ~ni
the final week of training before the rivedl here Saturday nmorning to pla1y eenIilthIntatrlcadt i 'e a .,I~ru hr;Jn 2
Wicni et h ast qa1the games slated for Saturday night; Yesterday CochIiFisher had 11 s(,( ion. This ;port leas drawn many 1thl ay 5 ru there. ue 2
I n atngt utteta hthspitchrs woking out arid lie was qick j etrics this year, among whom re jeidsterieeet lse,te
has been holding regular practicesprviefoseradyscmlty to stop any over am~itious tryout from! sonie who scored1 high last year. The ! idstefv meslieth
dluring the exam period but time work ruined the ice at the Coliseuni for I pttng -an thing, on the hall. No sore qualificat ion round starts today. All iliivltkeprinheC frec
h.°s been light, and the men will need { hockey. Saturday, officials fait that thei arms have appeared yet, and the coach those entered should report at theemptto tCiaoltri ue
a few stiff swims to harden them upI surface would certainly be in shane is very desirous that none appear Intramural office at three o'clock.
for their events at Madison on Satur- by yesterday, so the Badgers stayed I Amuong the most promising hurlers Any who have not entered may do so0 in the Class B3 tournament. Each'
day. over the week-end in hopes that the are Jabionrewski and Becnso, last, at that time. Each contestant will frateniiy entering and playing their
Newblod hs ben nfued ntotheI gine cold )0 layd ystedayandseasons regulars. Loth semi to 1)0 in have 100 tries in three blocks, the quota of games will receive 50 points
squad at the opening of the second today, but tie continued warm spell: good shape this season. "Gil" Thorne, first block consisting of 25 tries, the! on the all-year scoring chart. >A
semester, as Fred Dunnakin, high removed the possibility of playing yes- a six footed right handed, inelegible °second of 35 and the third of 40. loving cup will be awarded the cham-
point winner of this year's inter- terday. Last night's drop in temper- last sea son but back in the good pion.
fratrnit swimin mee, beameature may repair the damage to the g traces of the faculty again this semnes- A fraternity Class B basketball t
eliibl wih te bginingof he cebutin aseit oesnot th Bag-tem received a lot ot attention from tournament is organized. This inno-1 Norman, Oklahoma, Feb. 9.-Advor-
spring term. Dunnakin has been ers will depart without having had a 1 tihe coach. Another hurler whto , ation is the result of requests from tsi tdnso h nvriyo
working out regularly with fire fresh- cac to cross sticks with their pleases the coach is Tom Hlenry, a ; many players who were unable to Oklahoma recently compiled a direc
ma sua ad s n in cndtin.j hacegraduate from the frosh squad. Hie is play in the Class A touriament. No tory of the town of Norman..
IHI hill probably relieve Samson i schdul e opponsaoighhesdeiwesand wel oer i vlyer who participatedl in the Class1
Bohothmepoin oceswr2et,20hs igs asti well .\ tournament will be allowed to play HIAVE YOU SUBIS.IBF;D YET?
the 22 yard race, and will see ser- exceedingly disappointed at the fore- controlled fast bal. During his three
vicenlth. th ea y adhnded 01cancelling of the gaines, as the yasin prep school he (did1 notlose ~ ... . .
yire, evets.tSamsony will devote hisschedules of the two teams are too asigeam.. . . . . . . . . ...-.
timle to the relay, 40,. and 100 yardl full to nmale it plausible to play off the Tmeolpoionntewoetamuj r
Halsted, Captain Kerr's swimmning- wl o, Mdso erur 0and 2,isbhindheMeandAslyeisthecac
maei1h aktrkhsasih and the outcome of this series togetli- I h s found n one ic to take the [)lace : ., ".
ineto i i e nli e ioa- or with the 5ofsss ,1.bth tains ..f,:.....:........ 11.d._____.::;"::.:::::::;._____________________.:;....:;.____________
ily ut f practice, but he is expected; against Mlinnesota will (}.:,ide the Con- w~ysedyhtaperdt eol
nt hei\ii hape ~inaktim lor theBadger ference chanipeioship. as these threeI average. "Rled" Davis is the best S A T R G T
neet.prspWi ,theDunnaillopoigasblyhber tm nl igTn e-looking sophrmore at Bot's 0oldT RT R GH !
rela prspet, her wil pobaly burs1* represented in the ice ganme. 1Iposition, and if tradition still holds Obtai the proper)01' ctjiplent to help you do good work this present
a shakeup in the quartet's personnelI Wisconsin will pla y the Gophers j sway Bob Brown will surely land the "" " Patronize the Student Supply Store-you'll be well
before Saturday, but just who will Yriday, while Coach Barss will take job. Yesterday the cptain elect of satisfied.
tistoad h l otherneeteiruncrain his teamn across the Canadian boider 1 the football team stood out above Iii 1Souh Uivrrhxiv Ave. ,Phone 110.UR
Coach Mann is at present drilling thei t pay TAsut~a ion cllege a rleturt~i l~he i t her ess. o ea
relay candidates in the takeoff, the gm.TeCndastimdte CahFse a ohn ofa
touchamid the turn. I \Vclvrines, in the opening ganme of in the way of eleibility as every one J~
bVnovterantof last year's toeamouhas the season here, by ra score of 2-1. C of his regulars s on the1 sate .isl.Ic -__________________
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mnager at the Union allies aft
today or call 33.
Norman, Okla., Feb.. tC--All st
having cars at the University c
homna wvere recently warned th,
niust renew their nermits tc
!autos or both car and student
be sent home'
1All, candidhates for battery 1
tions are requested to repor
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Ifrom 2 o'clock to 4 o'clock.
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Madison, where they will hold a work-
out on Saturday, prior to the meet.
Work at time new Uiion 1)001 is pro-'
gressing steadhily and it should be
ready for the Indiana m-eet on Feb-:
ruary 28. As a precautionary nmea-,;
sure however, the athletic authorities
arPc endleavoring to inostpone the meet

DO YOU KNOW that the
Senior Panels will be verti-
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