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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SATURDAY, F EBRUARY 14, 1925

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SWIMMER s REACH
MADIS ON FOR MIEETi
3;att )Iiin(Gi,,Proteges IDrill ti
C~ A. f'.1?irinig Restover in
ChicagoI

Eight BigT
Teams To,
'lonigit will s5(C all b)ut
B.ig; Te'n 1ba:;ietball I cans in
011 ig t11, :he neaten 11] incu
Ohio Stato, runmners up in t
Mili n plays Chiicago a

Me t'OLVERINES TO PLAY INDIANAl
Meet ,,rnF TNHRDPLACE IN 816 ILN!

Leads Hoosiers

HAPPLER3TK
Ni IUIN iOI

'alit:dni Ka rlel wvill wrestle in the
1 25 pound class though hie has not as
yet r 'covered from an injury suffered
early in the year. Last season Kar-
bel was one of the best in the Con-,
feren(,e but his chances are poor to-
j i~lE . Aile, who will replace Cran-

ni action iii-
)i sive Uand
lie race.
mIt Urbana

(iolltC: ioFiold 1ilu"e
LINEUP IS &UNCERTAI~N

a ad irc m 11all reports tie lillni will
WISCON\SINI IS FAVORDI) ; ie le ' ]r 1<in~ full taking care of
- - file l indy Cif'it o'r:,. A week azt
? a ~o w. 'sv T'l .1.--Mihign~stol ar:il~t Ohe aroons :,lita ed a comie-

v:lslow at the re;,ular centeor osi-
tinanti ~_ 1 of the other veterans are
],.alvi=g a hardi time to hold down their
jobs. Logs, who has scored 67
iolt' S 11I to he('o~n Icrellee iiC0 So flar
thiis set:son .,aV1wlho~ leads the other

VTars.ity tankstern aarrived in Chicago ! I ek lby \wlilppjng Nicbigan behiind liciganzs V,;s._,iy tisa ('duzll rss acstart *,oneCof file
the plenid pay~n ofAlyca who ;will go inlto the game WifhIin ;mle rgras
at 3:30 this aftern oon and held a light was r'Ceently dlecl gCzl leii and tonight in the Field house an uni:nownhol dwnth h
workout in the Chicago Athletic Asso- now is Per formfing at center. The quniy.Tre ebrso.hevtra thc
ciatiomrs pool. The men were a little Maroons have had ar full week's irest I (T, herry, D~oyle and Chamrs,i4tieCnernev
stiff from their six hour ride and(ince the hard game with Michigan C trigucu)btteIrunn.Ing guard job
Coach Mann was of the opinion that ;and shoa1l 1)be il lifnsform ,,t the 'otilleitwhestaryto li ebtmtin-e f yth ta in
the short swim would (d0 them a 3 Ililini atromigimold tonight. 1oietozlnaeytt edtrin lytesadn
world of good. They again entrained+ The Gophlers journeytoClmu ed. Captain 1laggerty will not start, The game will .
at 5:30 this aftornoon and arrived at for a game with Ohio State. Accordl- it is certain, hut there are at least ,n ie.(n
Madison at 9 o'clock tonight, They; ing to aIll the tlope the Buckeyesi five others who are bidd~ing for posi-
will work out in the Wisconsin pool I should have an easy time with thenm,; tions and any two o1' them may be B i ln
tomorrow morning. 'id~~(~~'~~~ireo' chosen by Mather before the starting' oELln
Wisconsin is slightly favored over ally starts late and in tine season is at whistle . Although handicapped by the
theWolerne wimer intonor Iloss of IHaggerty, the Michigan squad .D ow-I/HIo
theWolerie simmrs ii onim'-its best when they have a chance towilhvteadnag ofheac
row's meet, as the Badger crew have ;pull an upaet. The Gophers have a ;ilhv h datg ftefc --
been going well all season and have heaLvier and taller teamn than the Buck-! that its Icrsonell will not be known ; Mieliigamm's inforrm
In the past always boasted a strong jrys n ihtes w datgs until the minute before the game and ls ersitco
team. Michigan was an unknown inl they can be counted on to mak~e thme' the foosiers may expect alnmost any- ; ."on a match from
aquatic circles until the end of lastI game interesting, no matter what thme thing in the way of last minute ! Wednesdayby the
Season when they placed second to Outcome.; changes in the lineup. Indiana on 2,558. The ilichzig,
the strong Northwestern aggregation Iowa travels to, Bloomington, Inc., teohrhn a enwl cue Locke, Warney, UL
in the Conference meet. Weakened: to take on the Boilermakers. By win- j i~ th individual tricks of the var- and their score of 2
by the loss of several veterans, little ;rnIw a zynet it lc ous players will be an open book to hihs_ cr un
was predicted for the Varsity squad in'ji iesadnan ylsn h iltime Wolverines before the st-art of ~
i inthe taning,-ndby lsingshewill( Eteamns. The team
the Chicago encounter but again theI drop into the cellar. The fact that Ithie contest.j pices of the Iutra,
Wolverine tanksters rose to the 0c- Purd(uec anm also advance by winn lItzel, Rlasnick, Reason, Kunzel and three of the
winingand Line are all being given consid- ~l'
casion and defeated their touted op- insures an interesting, hard fought 1> ls esnsczrl
ponent. In tomorrow's clash with the ganie. eration for the starting positions. If: las h
Badgers much stronger opposition is ____L.______ ___ [itrel plays. Doyle will play his cus- wxinning a year ago,
looked for than the Maroons were ; - tomary back guard but otherwise to othesonofa
able to'muster ' Herseberger and Gil-'Ray Stil fter, Doyle will play center .and Reason and iff they rep~eat t
breath are the backbone of the Badg- ! o t ' I xwill probably go to the forward post.coeteerme
er squad; IHelrseberger swimming in: {aue i Ilutzel's work has been below his usu- sc deol. ~ ch
the 100 yard free style, the 40, and I- - al standard for the past week and the B ie h ih
the~ relay, with a possibility of enter- Chicago, Feb. 13.-Joie Ray, thej "Skipper" will probably wait until he 2,5IllinsdefYaledwo
ing the 220. Samson and (Gowawill :diminutive Illinois A. C. star, still gets into forum again before giving Pol0,ytechnic 2,408Bde lahi hefrt hns i ,anba PaoNrmtef i cac n h ieu.Rsnc oytcnc2 t0 (
son will be Michigan's entries in the ; a mile. He intenids to go out and at- good basketball all week and Line grp' tand 'thae re: r
longer race. Whittingham is slated to' tempt to force Nurnii into such a race has been showing signs of brilliant olca NwHv
cop the bre~ast stroke event with b)y regaining somme of the records that form from tinme to trime. -b'Cit iecii)
Milziner a possible third, were his until the Finn camne along. t Indiana will bring one of the finest lcc oteczp
In the back stroke Captain Kerr! Ray is back homec after his second squads in the Big Ten to (10 battle McmilFb 3
will meet stiff opposition in Gilbrea th, eastern campaign suffering from a with the Wolverines for thbird l~ ace MarFe.
who has been turning in excellent heavy cold but determined to continue f in the Conference standings. Not ; *ri svstecm xwas
timhes in Wisconsin's early* season training and tryig. only will the H-oosiers have a strong1 Lieut.-Ctol. Vermzin
meets. Halsted is slightly bothered five to put onto the floor but the re- l ecture before the
with his injured leg and probably will; London, Feb. 13.- Forty thousand serve material is considered to be al- taf..
not turn in as good a race as he did, Londoni school children are influenza most as good as time first string. Cap-
against Chicago. Wisconsin's diver victinis, in some cases less than half tain Pam-ker, one of the finest centers j ---- -
won first place in both the Iowa and the average attendance beinig in class in the Conference, who stands six
Milwaukee contests while Starrett has roomis. feet and a half, has been replaced by1j
only been entered in one other Con- ; ,- -9 .{ Ir)
Terence ineit, placing second on that ' _______________________________________
occasion. P'apengutli, a veteran of
two years' standing, was off form in v ia the Glorious St. Lawrence Route
the Chicago meet and showed another
lapse in good -springboard work imm this' Three Inexpensive College Tours to Europe
/afernonmi n~tic sssin.BRITAIN -- HOLLAND - BELCIUM -- FRANCE
Siednman has been working hiard awl:d
may come through with soniething in? THESE Tours via the St. Lawrence Route, include in the itinerary
the plunge but it is doubtful. The an almost one thousand mile trip down the mighty St. LawrenceRieadscnsobauyndhtrcitrs;adafrdn
team will leave for hiomne Sunday opportunity to see the grand old cities of Montreal and Quebec. The
morning sir that they will be ab~le to trip down the river also helps the traveller to get his sea legs before
grit in two full weeks of p~ractice be- reaching the open sea.
uled for February 28. ively for members of the touring party.
JUNE 19 - Leaving Montreal on the JUNE 27- Leaving Montreal on the 4
u ri ,- RAthenia for Glasgow, returning from Ausonia for Plymouth. returning from!f
_THEY11Y Cherbourg July 27 an the Ausonia. Liverpool July 24 on the Aiauniia.
Under auspices Guy Tombs Limited, Under auspices W. H. Henry Limilted.
___Montreal. Montreal. 1
1,000JULY 3-Leaving Montreal on the Letitia for Glasgow.
returning from Cherbourg July 31 on the Ascania. Undo r
Ohio State4 5 ' 1 auspices of Guy Tombs Limited, Montreal. :

eforward positions
aphinore flash, will
er job. Spomisler a
'ears ex:pem'ience inf
ill take care of the

while .Beckler will
position.
stamrt at 7:30 East-
.rbor timme}
Team
Dvepauw{
oral bowlimng team,
legiate champnions,
Depauw University
score of 2,756 to
;an bowlers were
seth and Mlesner
2,756 points was the
ed in by any of the
is under the aus-
,mur"al department,
members were oni
ipionshmip team. By
,time team came in-
ihandsome trophy,
this ye-ar it will be-
lit property of time
iganm-Depauiw match
yracuse 2,720 to
on from Rensselaer
.o 2.279.
conducted by tWe-
suits of the thr11ee
ed to the centr-al
'n, C'onmn., anid then
timm; school1S.
-FTee A ni!irani
hig;hly prazised by
E . siallam'ga :sina
:e S <:islmgeneral

age in the 145 pound weight will have
\lwmq-~ms\ar~ty'~:r~'~iig e~um ;~-gim goig in his match and only a
xvill miiEel( Io)wa toel."iq:;iaiisthird (decidled inprovement under fire will
('on t'z'c nice tilt of I lie year. '!hsE, Varnsity ;xx in for himi. Sinclair who has 'won
io ci i~ none'ii ~' ~ amE,:!11, f-neamd lost two imatlhes so far this'
; :ti iz isi o c ".K) ~io~g, osa ,'sai on xwill endceavor to earn himself
- :;n(1 ml I2mnlime amid istwa lKenedt , ii 0even'm.500 percentage by winning to-
b': 1u- i 0' 1ec''and i'' e iii ty. iilat.
1F 'W tli' start oL' Ii ~od a ,ilr.st. -Coildsteim is favored to win for the
it\XaMIi'-~s h It iea ~ einie1)mg W Ieria~;having won two and lost
i hmo]in_ 11 t be a voided but studies
ca 1ooe m ('i n,g" iiinte 145 onoi latci CLso far this season, and in
d i'en, tI boug-h restomi All- addition, Howard the Iowa heavy-
cainiw. xiner mbi ime 1715 1oumid class weight has been declared ineligibile on
1!1 s tr i''ar msaaimi in ib" g'zood grces time1 eve of the match, so that Iowa
of the f'acuslty an! will probably 're- will be farced to send a second-rater
t I~ Oii(( aiigith in ll thilght-heavyweight ;aantteMichigan heavy.
division.
'ioepher, prmohimising' confemr in both-
lie 125 amidI ''a i5 to~ml divrisiolls, xthrN i; . 1A N OTICE
als;o 1W immax'a;,iable I'Or 11W 1owa en-E
count en, so t hat C'oach Darker was Class officers andl committee-.
,faii ainhmr°,J to scod a<<i eceml ~t1sqiu~d i gnen pictures must 1)e at the 'En-
to te me -Simniso wil r~la-e- siazn office by Monday, Feb. 16.
Ti ioephem'ini the 1,35 imndl class and Presidents are ask ed to send in
due to) the fauti that O 1'Bieniamid 11a1.-f the mamnecs of officers and comt-
xveg Iowa rgnanplem'a immthis diision1, !I nitteememi immediately.
Have imeen declar'ed imelidble lie stands
a chaliee of winnming on his ti-rat pulliic - - -________
a iinixarammce, though lack o explerienice
and time crowdI will be againist imi. Subscribe for The 'Michigan iDally
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(a-ptaiin Paul I -rker, of Id~m:.
will brliing hieis teem tion ljht to opIIosO
Mich-hi""anm. P arker - almo s -,ellt Ool'
six feet andi is one of1 he tahle'-,(,mnm
in lie Coi'em'e110m)('0 sq1ads. lie was
inst rivilnemm l ast veal' in lndi 1M!
xict ory Ov xer the ,'oli ee1i'i me rI
Ficld i lusc' by keepimigtime ball1mm
his teami's posse'ssionm -lby successfl
. an-lling tactics.

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Montreal

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Perfectly Styled and Tailored. Splendid Matex i,~ls iii Plain Mixtures~,
Just the coat you have been lookli, g for.
We al-c also showing the better Tr.ades as 11ig1 a5

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