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THF MICHIGAN DAILY

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1925

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TICK UTS O .i N SALE NOW lte\ViII .i's colij sqia(1 is about to
?-try !< a s m utilizing two sepa-
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tered In the various uvn s, competri ,wt
tion promi 's t 1 , >> n in the 1i(h - '. i
to rAmfAithnat' inun' :rPe l wing 3ufhic
iha n mpi afl tlelt A u g mnaeet w hic ich ON r.n: th In att( mjt this experi- .
chmponhi simnig env~I~h llt Uo .h t gas are cons.Wered to .
will be held at 8 o'clock onighit .in
the Union poo. Toe l rgV 1]umbIr) h <, r gation s-m idwell nigh
of entries has (,,rssita ted preldimin eq! m (alir)O. ilere are some ad-
ary heat in nearly every event, l he vaul: -x to this system. A fresh I
first man to finish in the trial races ta< ,ill always be ready to relieve
to qualify for the finals. a UGC ary quintet. Rather than put-
In addition toI !ho chalmpions lip ting i a 8 b itute, who may not
races, a mber of handicap events ieTI.U:, to the team play of the five,.
will be staged, with al exhibition of I icsser w1i have two complete teams
high diving by Mrs. Vennie Malcolm- I at hand and each one will be thor-
son, of Detroit, a member of the 1920 oughly trained in team play..
Olympic team, and a water polo game This same idea was attempted to a
between the Michigan Varsity and a lesser degree by Coach Jones at Yale.
yannigan team will round out the pro- His theory was that he would in thet
gram. Eight clubs have entered the heavy line plungers in the first half.I
meet as units and team points will Whethar these men could gain or not,t
probably be awarded. they surely were capable of wearingf

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TO OPOE PUHUD1E-1
~dM Year'sOe bdm (iue Was Oue
Of Rest On Boilerum.ake°R
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!LAF \ VxEI lTE, Ind., Dec. (.---Tein-
iis of a thrilling overitime <deeat;
at the hands of Franklin early lastl
season are acting as a spur in the
workouts of the Boilermaher basket-
ball team this week, which meets the
Baptists in Memorial gymnasium to-
morrow night, Last year's coittest
with Franklin proved to be one of
the best of the season, and Coach
Lambert is anticipating another stren-
uous encounter with Criz Wagner's
five here this weekend.
The showing of Pierce at forward,
and Wilcox and Wright at guard
against DePauw last week proved to
be the features of that contest, and
indicated that the competition for
these positions will be of the keenest
from now until the opening of Pur-
due's Big Ten schedule, with Ohio at
Columbus January 9. Cramer, Lam-
bert's big center, is coming along in
good shape, and Captain Spradling
showed that he has his basketball
eye under control y scoring 22 points
against DePauw.
One feature of the Methodist tiltf
which failed to raise any enthusiasm
n the part of Coach Lambert was
the defensive play of the Boilermakers,
and strenuous efforts will be made
this week to bolster the squad in
this department. The offensive play
of the team has developed much more
rapidly than the guarding, and it is
indicated that workouts during the
holidays will lay much emphasis on
keeping opponents from counting.
The Franklin game will be the last
one before the opening of the Christ-
mas recess. Two games are sche-
duled during the holidays, the first
with Missouri, a strong Missouri Val-

Probable Starter MFour Eastern Colleges Lack
Grid Mentors For Next Fall
! __...(ty Associated Press) I Notre Dame officials intimated that
W iththe first Conference wrestYl-{ NEW K, Dec. U.-FIouri leading his status had not been affected by
I ing meet scheduled for Jan. 214 with educatiotmal institutions of the East the happenings of the past few days.
the Minnesota team, Coach Prshn and are at present with'out football coach-d Rumors have Crowley, known to
his Illini proteges are hard at vOIk es for 1921-61Iarvard, Columbia, Army have ended his regime at Columbia,
for the meet which will probably l)e and Colgate -iut xnute Rockne, back despite the fact that tle university
( One of the hardest of the season. home again in Indiana stood last night gained football prestige in the past
The Gophers have hopes of winning in the gleaming candle light, shining season, going to Harvard to succeed
- the Conference championship and it bright through the sycanores and Bob Fisher, who has definitely cast
;e"guessed" that he was still mentor at down the reigns. But there will be
the Illinois team. not yet fully organ- Notre Dame -
C Notr Dame.no definite information fromx Cam-
xzed or conditioned it, is quite proh1- 1ockne, the "country boy" from' bridge for a month.
able that they will be able to turn in I South Bend had just arrived among Another man said to be in line for
a win in the opener. his "horses and mules" on the home - t
consideration by the Crimson is Leo
< jDaily and King will both be back in "farm" when another football sensa-iLary, end coach at Harvard for sev-
action for Minnesota. The former has ton xrocked the East.lear d aHeasrvaintersy
a formidable record of victories among The University of Oregon announc era years. served in the Percy
rm::.;:Ae rp:.aC;v y ,nnuc Haughton regime and also through
them a win over an Ames grappler that Capt. John J. McEwan, coach at that of Fisher. The name of Reggie
1 who woin the individual championship West Point forl three successful years,
Brown, formerly at Harvard but who
in his division. Easter, a veteran in wi nftrescofly sBon omrya avr u h
in is ivsio. astra vtean iiwould resign from tihe army to take ! has b~een assisting Ed Robinson at
the 135 pound class will again lockI charge of the gridiron sport at that Brs uesity Eo several a
holds for the Gophers. Kruger, Lamp- institution, alsowi herr
sen, Hammer, Krueger, Kapplin and C
Captain McEwan is now on duty Colgate has not selected a successor
-~ I Peterson will make up the larger part 'tih
of te squad and should show exceed- wi the Army establishinent in Porto to Dick Harlow, who recently was re-
ingly well. Rico and army authorities were sur- leased from his contract.
Prehn does not know what to ex- prised when they heard the news from
i{ect from the Northmen for he has the Pacific coast, for McEwan has NEW YORK.-Charley Hoff, world's
: not met them in this sport for some been associated with West Point foot champion pole vaulter, and Norway's
time. He feels sure that his outfit is ball for many years as a player ands greatest athlete, will sail for the Unit-
in for a drubbing if the veterans do instructor. He played on the team for ed States on Dec. 30 to compete in the
not report for practice more regular- four years, 1913-1916, inclusive, dur- I big indoor track meets, according to
ly. 1ing which period the Army thrashed information received by the A. A. U.
The heavyweight class is giving him its old rival Navy in every contest.
most concern. Brandon, a new man Columbia university is silent re- The dates for the British open golf
C who has just reported, may make the garding any further developments in tournament have been set for June
grade according to early indications. the inquiry into events leading to the 16 and 17.
Webster, who is showing up well in announcement that Rockne would
practice will not be availAble until the succeed Charley Crowley as head Emerson Carey, a guard, has been
second semester. coach. Rockne, far from the madden- elected Cornell football captain for
This year the Purdue team, tradi- ing argument, remained almost silent. next year.
tional rivals of the Suckers in mat
contests, are not on the Illini sched- I
ule because of the new system adopted
I wherby the teams were grouped ac-
cording to geographical position. FIRSTNATIONAL BANK
Richard Doyle IlORGANIZED 1863
n . cverine quintet, will start in tonights
Providing his condition is as good contest. If Captain Doyle does not
today as it was in yesterdays prac- start, Coach Mather will use Schroe- Ii!lli1119t110411991EIIililiil iIIIiI!E IIIItiilltlltII
tice, Dick Doyle, captain of the Wol- der in his place.
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Coach Matt Mann has arranged the
following order of events:-50 yard
dash for men, junior championship,
preliminaries; 25 yard handicap race
for women, preliminaries; 50 yard
dash for men, junior championship,
finals; 50 yard breast stroke handicap
for men, preliminaries; 25 yard dash
for women, finals; 220 yard free style
handicap for men, preliminaries; ex-E
hibition of fancy diving by Mrs. Von-
nie Malcolmson of Detroit; 150 yard
back stroke for men, junior champion-
ship, preliminaries; interfraternity
relay race (Phi Kappa Psi, Sigma Phi,
and Beta Theta Pi); 220 yard free
style for men, handicap race, finals;
100 yard backstroke for women, junior
championship, finals; 50 yard breast-
stroke, handicap for men, finals; 100
yard breaststroke for women, juniorl
championship; 150 yard backstroked
for men, junior championship, finals;
fancy diving for women; water polo,I
Michigan vs. Yannigan's.
Michigan will enter Al Johnson and
Fred Dunakin in the 50 yard free
style; John Halsted, Robert Ilalsted.
and Clarence Batter in the back
stroke; Maurice Shorr and Whitting-
ham in the breast stroke; while Dun-
akin, Darnall, and Samson will swim
in the, 220 yard race.
In addition to the tean entries, a
number of freshmen and men not out{
for the Varsity have entered the meet
unattached. T. Watson, G. Ilement,E
and A. Seegar have entered the 50 yard
free style; R. Spindle and C. Hubbard I
are swimming in the backstroke ev-
ent; J. Westheimer and B. Hughes are
entered in the breast stroke; while
Bement, Rohn, and R. Wagner will
swim in the 220 yard free style.
Tickets for the meet are still avail-
able, although only 200 reserved seats
will be sold. Standing room will be
sold just prior to the meet.
Mr. Nelson of the Ann Arbor Y. M.
C. A. will act as referee of the meet,

down the defense and generaly tiring
the opposition. In the second half,
i Jones used his fast and shifty backsl
especially open field runners. These;
men could then more easily round thel
ends of the opposing array.!
Three years ago this scheme was
carried out to perfection and Yale was
an easy victor in the Big Three title
I race. Neidlinger and Stevens, two of j
the best b Ycks in the East never en- i
tered a game till the beginning of the
second half and then were practically
unstopabie. ..
Another innovation in the basketballI
world, which hasuits origin on the i
gridiron, is the use of the huddle
system. Western football teams for
many years have used this method of
calling signals. The East has lately!
l adopted it as well. But now basket-!
ball teams have decided to experimentM
in this field.
with Dr. George May as starter, and
Matt Mann as official announcer. Al
Siedman and Dick Papenguth, mem-
bers of last year's swimming team
who are still in school will act as
diving judges.
Coach Mann sent his Varsity and
freshman charges through a slightly
easier driJl yesterday afternoon than
they have had during the past few
weeks because of the competition
which they will meet during the next
three nights. Coach Mann and the
men who are to accompany him on
the Eastern trip will leave Ann Arbor
early tomorrow afternoon for Detroit
where they will meet the Yacht club's
swimming team in the latter's pool at
6:30 o'clock. Coach Mann will an-
nounce the personnel of the team
which will make the trip in tomorrow
morning's Daily.
URBANA, Ill. - Notre Dame has
never beaten Illinois in 20 years of
track relations.

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ley contrence quintet, Dec. 31, and
the other with Wabash, Jan. 4. Both
games are to be played in Memorial
gymnasium.

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Trust Department

MAT CAPTAIN TO BE
OPERATED ON TODAY
Russell Baker, '27, captain of
the 1926 Michigan wrestling
team, will undergo an operation
for the removal of his tonsils
today, and will- be forced to
abandon practice with the mat
squad for a period of at least a
jweek.
Baker is counted on to be one
of the mainstays of the Wol-
verine mat team this year, in
spite his illness this fall. Last
year Baker was undefeated by a
, member of the Big Ten, and met
defeat only once, that in the in-
dividual championship meet at
Minneapolis last March.

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During the vacation
Dancing
Friday and Saturday
This Week
Dancing
Every Saturday Nigh
Through Vacation
Our crowning success
THE NEW YEAR'S DANCE
If you are in town don't fail
to enjoy this dance. Everyone
welcome.

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A Word Before You Leave
We wish to express our thanks to
the student body, male and female,
who helped to make our 25( Reduc-
tion Sale a real success. There remains
one more day for those who had not
the time to take advantage of our
Christmas gift to you.
May we express our wish to the students of the
University of Michigan in the form of a Merry
Christmas and a happy and successful New Year!
And Just One Minute, Please-
SOMETHING NEW
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In Hot Patterns
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