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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

THURSDAY. SANITARY 1.4, 1926

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Star Forward Tliakek Sick Yesterday; IOWA .CITY, Ia., Jan. 13.-Four
I)twtors Order 1im Tio Stop noted foreign athletes, Charles Hoff,
Playin . Norwegian pole-vaulter, Adrian Paul-
en, lDutch middle distance runner, Hu-
LAST SCRIMMAGE TODAY I bert Houben, German sprinter and
George Goolwin, British walker may
w of the compete at the University of Iowa.
Varsity basketball five, will in all Negotiations are now under way be-
prolability be lost to the team for atween G. T. Bresnahan, Hawkeye
Saturday night's encounter with Mich- track coach aind Amateur Athletic
igau State college due to a severe at- union officials in New York City to
tack of pleurisy, bring the famous quartet which is
Harrigani has been troubled with competing in indoor meets in this
pleurisy since early in the fall, and of, he orwMarch 4.
has been unable to play in his real Ioff, the Norwegian is the most
form. Harrigan took sick yesterday illustrious for in his possession is
morning and the doctors ordered him tnhe world's record of 13 feet 9 3-4
to refrain from playing until after an I inches for the pole-vault. He is a
x-ray had been taken. The x-ray waI versatile athlete for in the 19241
taken yesterday afternoon but the re- Olympics after an injury kept him
port will not be made public until out of the vault, he raced in the 800-
som.e time today. I meter event and was a finalist al-r
Th. chances for Harrigan . playing though he failed to place among the
against Michigan State are slim, and first six.
It is doubtful that he will be in shape A star in the 440 or 880 yard runst
to play against Illinois Monday night is Paulen of Holland. In the Olym-
in the field house. With Harrigan out pics he ran to the semi-finals in thel
of the lineup, Ed Reece will be sent in 400-meter after winning one trial heatr
to the vacant position. in :49. Elimination caught him int
Another important fact that develop- the semi-finals of the 800-meter aftert
ed out of yesterday's practice session I he had made fast time in the firstI
was that Ed Chambers will receive trial.
the call for the fifth position on the As for Houben, the German, he is!
team. Oosterbaan, Chambers and one of the world's sprinters who has e
Reece have been battling for the come into the lime-light since he beat a
berth, but Chambers appears to have Paddock and Murchison when that
the edge. The tall forward is a vet- American pair visited Berlin last year.-
eran of last season, and is a strong, If he runs at Iowa he will dasht
steady player, with a good eye' and through 50-yards in the armory.
ability to play a strong defensive Goodwin took second in the 10;000-T
game. meter walk at the Olympics and en-
With Chambers and Reece playing joys a large reputation in his event ont
the forwards, Captain Doyle will play the other side of the Atlantic-
center, while Cherry and Molenda will If the stars, who are booked to com-
take care of the guard positions. pete in the National A. A. U. indoor,
Coach Mather will take advantage championships at Chicago March 6a
of any opportunity to use some sub- come to Iowa City, Hawkeye competi-h
stitutes Saturday night, but the State tors will be pitted against all exceptN
quintet is coming to Ann Arbor to Goodwin who will walk alone becauser
play their best game of the season, there are no Iowans skilled in hisn
and it will be no easy contest fof the event.y
Wolverines. Petrie, Martin and Sch-L
roeder will see service if the Varsity CHICAGO.-President Ban Johnsons
gets a safe lead. of the American Lcague, has acceptedb
Coach Mather drilled his squad in an invitation to speak before the an- b
formations that will be used against nual meeting of the New York Chap-
the invading Illini on Monday night. ter of the Base Ball Writers' Associa-i
The Ruby squad has played but one tion in New York, Jan. 31.t
Big Ten encounter, defeating Minne- -1
sota 17-8, which is quite an impres- NEW YORK. - Just before Knute b
sive victory. The Varsity was also Rockne sailed for Europe he remark-,
drilled in a defense for stalling tac- ed that Notre Dame would in all prob- {t
tics, as well as in stalling tactics. ability be a better team in 1926 thana
The final scrimmage before the f it was last fall. e

DEDICATE UNION
POOL 'ToMORROW
I .e(Lieamtion Ve,6111oiies 1,or 'tilhe U10011
Fool 11111 Be Ileld JBefoi-44,
The Meet
BADGER TEAM STRONG
Dedication ceremonies for the Un-
ion pool will be held prior tjo the
Wisconsin-Michigan meet ton orrow
night, Coach Mann announced yester-
day. This meet will topen the pool to
intercollegiate competition for the
first time, although a score of inter-
scholastic and lesser meets have been
held in the pool since its completion
last March.
Wisconsin boasting the strongest
team in the history of swimming at
that institution hopes to defeat the
Wolverines. The team is iilt around
Hierschberger, all around free style
man, who placed second in both the
100 and 40 yard free styles in the
Conference meet last year, breaking
the Conference record in the 100
when he placed second to Breyer of
Northwestern. He also'swam anchor
man on the relay squad which broke
the inter-collegiate record. In addi-
tion to worrying Capt. Jack Cow and
Robert Darnall in the 50 and 100 yard
races, he hopes to defeat Paul Sam-
son and Fred Dunakin in the 440 yard
event. Wisconsin fans are predicting
at least two first places for their star.
Harrison and Starrett will also
meet some real competition when
they dive against Wheatley and Simp-
kins of the Badger squad. Wheatley
placed second in the Conference meet
last year, while Simpkins holds a vic-
tory over Starrett and Papenguth, in
last year's meet at Madison.
In the breast stroke Whittingham of
Michigan and Bardeen of Wisconsin
are expected to put up one of the
hardest fought races of the meet.
Whittingham defeated Bardeen in the
race at Madison last year by a narrow
margin after a thrilling race. While
Whittingham has been a bit off color
lately, reports from the Badger
stronghold report that Bardeen may
be expected to put up an even greater
battle than he did last year.
Wisconsin is also anticipating a win
in the water polo, as the Badgers led
the Conference in water basketball
last year, while Michigan did not
boast. of an organized team. The
game will take place immediatefy af-
ter the meet, but will be scored sep-
arately from the major event of tlhe
evening.

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Irwin AAte1 tz, formler A1,ich-
igq~nstar, whowas Georsge L it-
tle's backfield coach during the
past 'football. season ]has now
shifted over to the Badger base-
ball coaching staff. lHe willa-
sist Guy Lowman in the dia-
mond sport through the rest of
the school year. "Utz" will not
be available for spring football
practice because of the fact that
he will handle all freshman
players in baseball and will also
assist with the varsity infield.

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Scoring Attack
MANY TO PL AY TUESDAY

1IONAIARAPPERS MEET
I WISCONSIN TOMORIROWI
IOVA CITY, Ia, Jian. 13.-When
Iowa's, wrestling team takes on Wis-
consin in the first dual meet of the
current season tomorrow, the Ilawk-
eyes will attempt to win the fifteenth
dual meet since Coach Mike Howard
I took charge four years ago. The four-
teen victories far overshadow the sixl
losses in that period.
Wisconsin, Minnesota and North-
western have been victims of Hawk-
eye holds three times and Michigan
has been beaten in two duals while
Purdue fell once. None of these teams
have thrown Howard's men to defeat.
Nebraska has taken an even break
in four matches. Illinois, with four
wins two of which were by two point
margins and relegated the Iowa team
to second place instead of the joint
championship is the only team having
an edge of victories. The total points
stand Iowa 373; opponents 208.
NEWARK, N. J. - Rocky Kansas,(
lightweight champion, has been offer-
ed $10,000 by Newark promoters to
meet Phil McGraw, Detroit Greek, in
a 12-round bout next month it was
announced yesterday.
NEW YORK.- Only $7,000,000 in-
stead of $12,000,000 as was originally
proposed, will be spent by the New
York Athletic Club on a new home,, it
was decided last night at the annual
meeting.

Michigan's hockey squad was putj
through a strenuous workout last
night at the Coliseum. in preparation
for the opening match of the season
with Michigan State here Tuesday
night.
Owing to adverse weather condi-
tions the team was unable to practice1
on ice until last week and strenuous
practices are being held now in ord-
er to make up for the lost time.
After a brief drill in fundamentals
which included shooting and passing,
Coach Barss had the forward line
work up and down the ice to prefect
an offense. Combination play and
team work were especially stresed..
To make it more difficult, the var-
sity defense was put on the ice to op-
pose them. The offense at times show-
ed excellent form and with more prac-
t tice should develop into a smooth
moving combination. The practice
was concluded with a stiff scrimmage
with the varsity front wall again pit-
ted against the varsity defense. The
wings were alternated between Sibil-
HANSON, StRACUSE COMET,
PROVES SCORING SENSATION
SYRACUSE, N. Y., Jan. 13.-
Vic Hanson, diminuitive but i
scintillating forward on the
Syracuse university court five, is
the leading basketball star of the
East, according to reports is-
sued here today.
The Orange star has account-
ed for 131 points in eight eon-
tests, averaging more than 16
points to a game. Syracuse has
won all eight games, defeating
Cornell, Pennsylvania and
Princeton of the Eastern inter-
collegiate league.
Michigan will meet the Or-
ange five on Feb. 6 at Syracuse.

Seeded Quints
M e.etDfeat
In Turnamzent
U teatured the opening of the
inter fiaterity basketball league last
Tuesday, when two seeded teariis fail-
ed to win their initial' engagements.
Pi Kappa Alpha. group. 2 was de-
feated by Hermitage, while Alpia Sig-
ma Phi, seeded in the fourth group,
lost to Psi Omega. The scores were
S2 1-17 amnd 13-9 respectively.
The results of the other games fol-
low: Alpha Tau Delta 12, Chi Phi 11;
Phi Gamma Delta 22, Alpha Delta
Phi 11; Phi Delta Chi 6, Sigma Pi 4;
Phi Chi 31, Phi Epsilon Pi 4; Delta
Chi 26, Alpha Kappa Kappa 10; Tri-
gon 20, Delta Tau Upsilon 16; Tau
Delta Phi 13, Zeta Beta Tau 7; Kappa
Nu 27, Delta Alpha Epsilon 4; Delta
Sigma Delta 14, Kappa Sigma 13; Phi
Kappa 18, 'Theta Kappa Nu, 8; Alpha
Kappa Lambda 11, Delta Sigma Pi 9';
Tau Epsilon Phi 13, Sigma Delta Kap.-
pa 9; Beta Theta Pi 12, Sigina Chi 2,
Alpha Tan Omega 12, Chi Psi 11. '

ISUE A [MEIN9-
Coae Farrell, Ibel, Freyber Aind
'Profsors F'rayer and C'an er
Speak
LARGE CROWD ATTENDS
Coach Steve Farrell issued the of-
ficial call for Varsity track candidates
at the annual track rally held last-
night at the Union for the purpose of
stimulating greater interest in track
athletics. A large crowd attended the
meeting.
R. M. Grab, '26, Varsity track man-
ager, who acted as chairman, opened
the meeting by calling upon Prof.
W. A. Frayer, of the history depart-
ment. Professor Frayer spoke of
tiack, becoming on. a par with foot-
ball in due time.
Coach Farrell spoke next, empha-
sizing the need of a large track squad,
and of the necessity of strict training.
He was followed by Prof. H. C. Car-
ver, of the mathematics department,
who explained the reason why each
track event usually suffers when stars
gi'aduate. A greater number of can
Aidates -for .&ach event would remedy
this, : according' to Proafessor Carver;
Egbert Isbell, '26L, former track,
star, then 'spoke- of the spirit that lies
behind all endeavors, relating this ex-,
pecially to track. His plea was that.
all track candidates should strive
for honors on the track, urged on by
the spirit of the Univesity.
Richard Freyberg, '26, Varsity track
captain, closed the meeting emphasiz,
ing the need of more candidates.
Alma and Albion are leading the
M. I. A. A. basketball race.

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sky and Denton at the left wing and
Levi at the right. Gabler and Roach
at the defense and Weitzel at goal.
formed the defense for the opposition.
Gabler and Roach, two new men '
who have shown. up to advantage at j
the defense positions, help to bolster
up the team by their weight, each tip-
ping the scales over 190 pounds. With
Levi also hovering around the 200
pound mark, Coach Barss has the
ideal requisites for a good hockey
sextet, weight and speed.
Coach Barss, plans on using a numn-
ler of muen in the M. S. C. contest.
There are several, green in Confer-
ence competition, who will be given
a chance to show their wares. There,
are still 20 men on the squad, no cut
being announced by Barss yet..

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