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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SATURDAY, JANUARY 9, 1926

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-- I ~E(tl'T(ON ATI 1OIWA 'OINTEST
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t Against llurple Team I Michigan's Varsity athletes I
In Season's Opener will again sit in the special "M"
section reserved only for letter
Men at the first Conference game
A Tof the season to be played Mon-
(.cday night at the field house
Edwin J. Mather will open i against the Iowa five.
th Conference basketball sea- Although the "1" men failed
ach of the cage team of the to turn out in large numbers j
C at the Ohio Wesleyan and Pitts-
r of Michigan when his Wol-l~burgh contests, it is expected
ve meets the Northwestern that there will be a large turn-
quintet in the opening game out Monday night. All "M" men j
ig Ten schedule tonight at I will be permitted to sit in the I
mnasium in Evanston. reseiwed section at the center of
Mather left late last night the court providing they wear
Michigan Central railroad I their "M" sweaters to the game,
3 members of the Varsity and providing they reach their I
'he men to accompany the I seats by 7:20 o'clock.

Hqwk Cagemen
Eager To Beat
Chicago Five
Chicago and Iowa Gagers meet to-
night in the twenty-third meeting of
the two teams,' with the Iawkeyes
eager to overcome the small lead
which the Maroon contingent holds
over them.
In the total number of encounters
since 1903, their has been a keen riv-
alry on the basket court between the
two teams. The Chicago outfit has
wo 1 twelve of the encounters thus
holding a two game lead. Two games
will be played between the teams this
season with tonight's 'game, the twen-
ty-third, to be contested at Bartlett
gymnasium, Chicago.
The Maroon team piled up its great-
est lead before 1920 holding a 9-4 ad-
va1V,age at that time. Since then
th Ie Hawkeyes'have staged a come-
back and up to the present time have
won six contests to three lost.
The Chicago team holds the record
score in the meetings between the
teams, a 47-13 count in 1914 being the'
best contribution. Iowa's biggest win
came in 1923, 35-23.
Thus far this season the Chicago
five has not shown to great advan-
tage, but Coach Barry of Iowa has a
great deal of respect for Nels Nor-
gren, Maroon mentor, and has been
sending the freshman charges against
the Varsity with the Chicago plays
to find a weakness in the team's de-
fense. Special attention was paid to
developing a first line defense for!
Capt. Babe Alyea of the Windy City,
who proved very strong in last sea-
son's games.
INTERCLASS SWIMMING AND }
POLO MATCHES POSTPONED }
IIpterclass dual swimming and
water polo tournaments, schedul-
ed to take place early this month
has been postponed until the be-
ginning of next semester, at
which time the championship j
will be determined by a straight}j
elimination series.(j
Class athletic managers have
been urged sto have their men in I
condition when the meet starts,
and to report at once to Coach
Matt Mann at the Union pool in }
order to have a Varsity swimmer
assigned as coach to their class,
and to be instructed upon the
rules that will govern the tour-
nament.

OPEER CHDULD'ichigan Sets'PC SQAHOD
Good Recordn
P I. 1925 Season PREIMINAYDILL
Wolverine Tanktnen Favored To Win Michigan stood well to the fore s T
I oach Barss Sends Players 'Thbrough ;
Easily Over Inexperienced among sport leaders during the past Brief Scrimmage At Second
Hoosier Squad Today year, being well represented in the Practice Session
list of champions.
CRIMSON LOSES STAR r Harry Heilman, right fielder for the FOUR VETERANS BACK
1Detroit Tigers, and who, by the way,
Michigan's Varsity swimming team resides in Detroit, was the leading Coach Barss was greeted by a hock-
left at 9 O'clock last night for Bloom- batsman of the American League with ey squad of 16 players at the second
aofficial average of .393. meeting of the Varsity puck chxasers.
ington, Indiana where they will meet an oI The floor at the Coliseum was used
the the Hoosier tanksters in the first Two of the live professional bil- for scrimmage work and some indiv-
Conference meet of the season today. liard champions are men who former- idual preliminary drill.
Coach Mann expects to find the go- ly lived in Detroit. Robert Canne- f After the fundamental work on
inn rather easy in today's meet as fax is the three cushion title holder, j Thursday night the candidates were
in rt asy s and Frank Taberski won the profes- divided into two teams and a short
sional pocket billiards championship. iscrimmage was held. MacDuff and.
team, last spring when Johnny Moore The University of Michigan's track IFisher showed some excellent team
graduated, although the Varsity squad and football teams led the Big Ten work and the former managed to
may have gained strength from last Conference, thus gaining an equal mark un two scores during the fray.
ranking with the leading sectional Reynolds, Roach, and Denton were {
year's yearling team. Coach Mann is teams of the country. others who showed ui) well in the
basing his hopes for a victory in to- Walter Hagen, another former De practice session. The scrimage wasl
day's meet upon his veterans from troiter, won the National professional a bit ragged, which fact was due to
last year's squad and on two or three golf title. the early season, Thursday night
new men. Dc .hart Hubbard, a star on last marking the first scrimmage of 1h6
Capt. Jack Gow and Robert Darnall year's University of Michigan track, season for Barss' men. The passing
are expected to place well in both the team, holds the wvorld's record in the work especially was very poor and
dash events while Samson and Dun- running broad jump. Hubbard set a individual efforts were checked with
akin will take care of the distance new world's mark for the indoor 50 ease.
race. yard dash at the Coliseum in Detroit It was plainly visible that the out-
Whittingham is favored over Shorr l last winter which, however, has not) standing weakness on the team will
in the breast stroke, although both of J1been accepted as official. Besides be at right wing, and from now on
men have been showing well in prac- these records, Hubbard also ran theiCoach Barss will bend all his efforts
tice. Batter may place in the back 100 yard dash in 1925, as fast as any- towards discovering a good flankman {
stroke event. Harrison will place one else, both indoors and out, but, for this position.
first or second in the fancy dive if he Frank Hussey, of New York is rated ! Captain Reynolds has proved him-
can conquer his nervousness, while as National champion in this event. self to be a center of great ability,
Starrett is out to repeat his victory while Levi has shown power on the l
over the Hoosiers which he gained IOWA CITY, Ia., Jan. 8.-Battery defense. These two with Sibilisky, a
here last year. men at the University of Iowa have good wing man, and Weitzel, veteran!
The team will encounter difficulty l been called out by Otto Vogel, base- goal tender, form a strong nucleus
in the majority of the races in that ball couch, and will start work in- around which to develop a team.
the Indiana pool is 90 feet long while doors this weekend. Roach, Gabler, Denton and Bissett ap-
Michigan's is only 75. Because of The 1iawkeye's all-Conference pitch-J pear to be the best of the recuits. The
the length of the pool fewer turns er Marshall and Fisher, a first string'first two have the necessary weight
will be necessitated in the majority catcher were lost by graduation. On- for the defense positions and both
of the events, the times will be slow- ly one veteran hurler, Adams, will re- Ihave a fair turn of speed. Denton, a
er. turn while Miller, the -other backstop wig man, although a bit light, is a
The men will return to Ann Arbor last season will be busy-\vith basket- tricky stick handler and a speedy
immediately after the meet. ball until March. I skater. A keen struggle is expected

between Jones and Weitzel for the hockey team with very keen competi-
goal assignment. ' he latter, being a] tion. Theformer ,team showed much
veteran, has the advantage in experi- offensive strength in trimming ihe
ence. Bissett is a versatile perform- North Dakota Aggies 5-2 and 6-2 a
er, who can play 'well on both wing few das ago. Captain Olsen and
and defense lines. MacDuff and Fish- Flaaten were the chief figures in the
er, who were expected to strengthen I Gopher's victories.
the wings will not be on hand till
next semester. HAVANA.- Adolfo Luque, Cincin-
Minnesota and Wisconsin have vet- nati National league pitcher, is to
eran teams this year and are likelyI undergo an operation for appendici-
to provide Michigan's championship tis.

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