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(FEN( SIBESSEDg Track Team Indulges In Light
Workouts After Vacation Lull
F riBPI[tAlthough nost of the candidate" f:,
Tu ru the track te : n)hve been working out M ATHER OFFERS STUDENTS
regularly for two wceks before Christ- BASKETBALL INSTRUCTION
Io hwestern Iis Be: Developedi mas vacation, regular practice began
TeaIn hIRecen Yeatrs at the fl d hmuse yesti day. All students who are inter-
Acctrding Tii Report . ested in playing basketball are-
At present the men areen given requested to report to Coach
light work outs, in order that Coach Mather at 4 o'clock this after-
IOIA HERE MONDAY Farrell may d(lern:ine the kind o noonat the field house for in-
i aterial lie has to deal wUh. The I ,tructious.j
With the report that Northwestern' - . The Varsity court mentor is {
fiveis oe th training will- beCome more intense Th ariylortmntri
university basketball five is one of thenxtr on t as I he rt t th1 th desirous of forming a basketball
best developed at the Evanston school team will enter is the Illinois relay league for all students who like
in recent years, Coach Mather placed carnival cn Feb. 27 at Vrbana. to play basketball, regardless of
The annual track rally will be held their experience. Members of
added emphasis upon efensivelay n near future At this meeting of all the football squad, former mem-
in the-workout held in the field house men who are interested in track, are hers of the Varsity squad, and
yesterday afternoon i preparation for asked to be present, the schedule for all others are asked to report.
the Michigan Northwestern game Sat- the year will be announ cd, and short The teams that will comprise
urday night at Evanston. Italks will be givdn by members of the the new league will also be pitted
The Wolverines showed a much im- faculty and student body. Plans forIj against the freshman team, thej
proved game against the University I the season will also be discussed at school of education five and the
of Missouri five in the last preConfer- this meeting. third Varsity quintet. Regular
once game, but the Skipper is still Phil Nlothrup, halder o the west- practice sessions will be held,
dissatisfied with their defensive work. ern Conference javelia record. who I and coaches will be assigned to
In the opening game of the season was operated on for appendicitis in the various teams.
with the "Battling Bishops" Michigan I the early part of last month is rapidlyi
was woefully weak on defensive play,j getting over the effects o te opera-}
but has shown improvement in theltion and it -is hoped that he will be4
drills held during the last week available for tho first meet of the sea- fl
Northwestern has shown great power son. However Coach Fuarell will take M
offensively in the games scheduled no chances and use him only if hisI
during the Christmas holidays, and condition.is, perfect.I
will cause any team trouble that fails I URNE OPEN U ESUUY

\HackeySuad To Hold First
S\Drill Tonight Ice Permitting
EJI fAith the weather permitting, Mich-I
11.1i gan's Varsity hockey team will take j ORTili P A N D 1xI BA i
1 '___ - its first workout on the ice tonight at RECEiVE 11 TEN AWAR '
onstant Pra tlee Iin 1o1e' Pools the Coliseuim. The sqaud has in the -
- yrinIgtaijion Icps -en tpast been holding prehim'ary pre- -De Hart Hubbard and Phil.H'
- I ' o1Northrup, two star performers
tice sessions at the field house. of last season's championship .
No practice was held during the track team were awarded gold
POLO TEAM SHOWS WELL vacation period. The workouts hith medals by the Western Confer-.
________i erto have consisted mainly in pass- (ence in recognition of the fact'
Coach Mann sent his natators ing and shooting drill and general I that both broke records at the
through a long drill yesterday after- conditioning. Individual work and annual Big Ten meet in Colunm-
noon at the Union pool, and the re- combination play will be stressed when bus last year.
sults proved that as far as physical the squad takes the ice. ttHubbard in winning the run-
condition is concerned he men are Coach Barss announced that no cts ning broad jump, in favorite
i_ shape for the meet with- Indiana at would woul be made prior to the first event set a new mark for it?
Bloomington on Saturday, although n game. There are about 20 men oniwhile Northrup took first place
1 yesterday's was the first regular prac- the team at present. In spite of th t javen trow with a
tice since Dec. 24. fact that the team lost several of i heave of 201 feet 9 1-2 inches.
All o the en, hwever habest men by graduation and inelig:-j
All of themoin, however, have been bility Barss will have a good nucleus-
swimming in their home town pool with which to form his 1926 sextet.
so that Coach Mlann can now devote There are three letter men and one G -m ClassesO
himself to developing his men in the "AMA" man available from last year's J
fine points of the sport. Consider- aggregation. They are Captain Roy-
able time will also be given to cor- nolds at center, Weitzel, goal tender,I Iegurar required physical training
recting the faults in technique which Levi, defense, and Sibilsky, a wing, In practice fi freshmen will be contin-
the nien who made the training-trip addition Denton, who played in sev-
exhibited under the stress of compe- eral contests last year and became in-
tition. Coach Mann is as a whole, eligible at the end of the semester is
however, pleased with the results of now eligible to play, Denton is a wing
the trip. man. Jones an all around man is also A Mo P
With Capt. Jack Cow and Robert back. S
1 Darnall in the dashes, Samson and Although the arrangement of the
Dunakin- in the. distance events, Shorr earlier games are not yet definite, th SUN M AI
and Whittinghan in the breast stroke, opening game of the season will xot
Batter and John and ,ilobert Halstead be more than two weeks away. Coac-l
in the backstroke, and Harrison and Barss has decried hard work in order, I{AIS
Starrett taking care of the fancy dive for the squad must take definite form
Coach Mann has a well balanced team in a short time. W
to work with, and their is a possi_ The rink is in better shape than
bility that sone-of the new men of ever now the seating and lighting have
the squad will improve as the season been remodeled and finer facilities for
progresses so as to give the veterans the players have been provided.
a real battle for their positions.on
Coach Mann's water polo team CoTnYisko won a decision over
which has been showing excellent Young Bob Fitzsimmons in a bout atfpwv
form in its preseason games will me et! Cleveland recently.516EatLbrv
up with some stiff opposition when aGeorgetilson,eWashington half-y
they meet the Indiana poloists, as back, has accepted an offer to play pro-
Indiana has boasted a water basket- football.
ball team for a number of seasons l _ _tba__.
and will draw considerable strength
from this source out of which to form POSTPONE RINK OPENING
a polo team while Michigan has never
been officially represented in the Con- 1 Because of the present condition
ference by either a water basketball :(of the ice, the formal opening
or polo team. Al Mayer will prob- ; of Michigan's, new skating rink,
ably see service as a poloist on -Sat- ;=which was to take place tonight, :
urday and may swini in either the i will be indefinitely postponed.
breast stroke v tmhe medley relay; I A "faculty night" was sched-Q
The team ill meet today at 5 inled for the official opening to- O
o'clock at the Union. p)o0l to study the 1 night but because of the cir-
intEr- collegiate swinmimig rules. cumstances it has been called
off.
PAY Y UR SUi8wRIPT N NW,.

Brookins Revises-
Low Hurdle Event
IOWA CITY, Jan. 5.-Record books
throuighput the world were thoroughly
revised in the-220 yard low hurdle
lepartment in., the past four years.
TIe reason was the penchant for ree-
ord breaking- possessed by Charles R.
Brooki-us, former, University of Iowa
i track captain, member of the Ameri-
can Olympic team and greatest low
1 hurdler.-the world has ever known.
When his campaign of revision was
over, no major mark for the event in
the world was not credited to him.
ued in Waterman:gyninasium, Thurs-
day, Jan. 7. All freshmen who have
been on the football squad should
' identify themselves with other athletic
activities in season or join the regu-
lar groups in physical training for
freshmen. These men should report
any such classification to the -office of
the gymnasium.
Tulane has booked a grid game with
New York university for next season.

nt ombination

to check the Purple offensive. Against
Mercer, the Wildcats aggregated a
total of 47 points, giving good evidence
of their real strength.
Coach Math-er willl leave Ann Arbor
Friday night with nine Wolverines to
meet the Northwestern five Saturday
night in Patten gym at Evanston.
Coach Mather has not definitely de-
cided who will compose the squad of
nine, but will make a final selection
after the practice Thursday night.
The first team at present is really
composed of six players, Chambers,
and Oosterbaan competing closely for
one of the forward positions. In the
Missouri game Oosterbaan started,
but was replaced in the second half
by Chambers. It is likely that each
will play part of the game against
Northwestern. Molenda and Cherry
will play the guards, and the right
forward will be assigned to Harrigan'
Captain Doyle is slated to play at the
tip off position.-
Schroeder, a sophomore guard, has
shown improvement and is likely to
make the trip. The former Battle
Creek star is a rangy player and
works well at center on the tip off.
Petrie, another sophomre guard will
be the other substitute guard to make
the trip to the Windy City. The
choice of the ninth member of t ,
squad is problenmatical. '
In the last two practices scheduled
for the Varsity Coach Mather has out-
lined a program to polish off the work
stressed during the past week. Im-
mediately after the Northwestern
game, the Wolverines will return to
Ann Arbor to meet the University of
Iowa team in the field house Monday
night.
TENNIS GROWN AWARDED
iTHOUTFINAL PA
W 'T 'Pig,
Due to weather conditions the all
campus tennis tournament which was
started in the fall was not completed,
and the championship cup in the
singles was awarded to M. Finkleman,
27, who was the only man to reach
the finals.
In the lower bracket, Finkleman,
who last year won the doubles paired
with H. Segal, and was runner up i
the singles to P. W. Bruske, who wet
through the semifinals without a de-
feat. In the other division I. S.
Schmidt, 29D, and 11. B. Smith, '28L,
both reached the semifinal round. At
this point the tournament was stop-
pod. All were awarded numerals.
The doubles matches were played to
a finish and C. B. Gilbert '28, and F. I).
Dunakin, '26 won the final contest by
defeating the Brown-Utley combina-
tion. All who reached the semifinals
received numerals.
A total number of 109 men took part
in the tournaments. Of this group 101
entries made up the singles matches
and 41 teams were entered in the
doubles, but many of those in the
singles also paired up for the.,other
contests.
Tommy Loughran of Philadelphia
has been matched with Joe Packo of
Toledo for a 10 round bout at Crand
Cupids Wedaesday night.
PAY YOUR SUBSCRIPTION NOW.

If the interest taken in the coming
wrestling tournament, scheduled for
3 Friday and Saturdav, January 15 and,
116, can be accepted as an indication
of the general feeling on the campus
regarding the sport, wrestling is duel
to enjoy its biggest year at Michigan.
This tourndment will be the first
of three to he held during the year.
It is oen to everyone on the campusI
whether they areteligible for Varsity
competition or mnot. About thirty fresh-
men have already signified their in-
tention of entering.s
Varsity men will also compete in
orde that Coach Keen may get somel
idea of his material. Later in the sea-
son, another tournament will be held
1 from which varsity men will be bar-
red. The A. A. U. meet which is open
to anyone of amatuer standing, will
not be held until the first of April.
Several new men have reported
Isince the holidays, bringing the total
well above fifty. This is the largest
1 wrestling squad that Michigan has
ever had. Many also, are realizing the
l)enefits ;of the sport as an exercise,
are working out severatl times a week.
tThe athletic department is very much
t pleased with this turnout, and claim
the interest is the highest it has ever
been.
Although the main interest of the l
men is focused on the coming tourn-
ament, the squad is not forgetting the
first meet with Ohio State which will
take place at Columbus, January 23.
Eddie Collins would like Shortstop
I Rigney of the Tigers for his White Sox
but Ty Cobb wants Pitcher llanken-I
I ship in return. Nothing doing.

) RAISINS
BREAD

With the opening of the intramural
basketball league next Tuesday, 32
teams will take the floor in the first
round to decide the championship of
class A.
More than 72 teams have entered
the tournament, aid a series of games
will be run off according to a round
robin schedule which has been drawn
l up and the winners of each group will
meet in a separate league to play for
the title.
Games will be played on the first
four nights of each week and play will
be started on the four courts at Wat-
erman gymnasium at 7 o'clock, 7::45,
8:30, and 9:15. Teams failing to ap-
pear within ten minutes of the sched-
uled tine will forfeit the game.
Schedules wil be drawn up every
Wednesday by the intramural office
and copies will be mailed to the var-
ious fraternities. Any team which
does not receive notices should notify
ithe office at once.
Members of the freshman and Var-
sity squads, and those who have re-I
ceived awards for play on either of
these are not eligible to compete.
Any player entered in class B is also
eligible for class A, but competition.
in a single game in the latter grow
causes ineligibility for the other clas.
The class B games will begin as
soon as the other group nears the
finish and will be held in conjunction
with the independent, church, and in-
terclass games for which entries are
now open.
Jim Thorpe, famous Indian star,
was arrested on a charge of drunken-
ness at Tampa recently.
Carl Tremaine of Cleveland defeat-
ed Any Martin in a 10 round bout- at
Boston Monday night.

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