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IlUDAY, JANUARY 15, 1926

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Tank Meet

T o ~ed ic te0

Union Pool


Miss Carls Beatty, Seven Year Old
Swimming Protege To Give
Diving Exhibiton


Dedication ceremonies for the Un-
ion pool will be held at 7:30 o'clock
tonight prior to the Michigan-Wiscon-
sin swimming meet which will offici-
ally open the pool to inter-collegiate
Prof. A. O. Lee, of the board in con-
trol of athletics will deliver the dedi-
cation address after which a flash-
light picture of the leadoff men of
the Wisconsin and Michigan relay,
teams poised on their marks will be!
Michigan's team held their last
workout in preparation for the meet
yesterday afternoon and in spite of1
the fact that one of the hardest meets
of the season is scheduled for today,]
Coach *Mann sent all of his men1
through a severe workout, for the
team as a unit has hit its first slump
of the season. Wheatley and Simp-
kins, Wisconsin divers, arrived yes-
terday and worked out on the spring-
Although Michigan defeated Wis-
consin in the dual meet last year, the
Badgers are rated slightly better than
the Wolverines this year, due chiefly
to the fact that Herschberger, Badger
swimming star, has been turning in
some excellent times in a variety of
events this year. In addition to
swimming in all of the free style
races, and on the relay squad, he will
also enter the 150 yard back stroke
event tonight in an effort to give Wis-
consin a winning margin.
Stewart and Herschberger are
counted on to give Samson and Dun-
akin a good battle in the 440 yard
event, while both Kratz and Bardeen
are regarded as first place possibili-
ties in the breast stroke event, al-
though either Whittingham or Shorr
may come through if they show a re-
vival of their last season's form.
Herschberger and Ratcliffe are the
mainstays on the Badger relay team.
The Wisconsin water polo squad will
line up with Vinson, Frazier, and
Herschberger as backs; and with
Abendroth, Hobel, and Kratz as for-
wards. Ratcliffe will tend goal.
Michigan will have Capt. Jack Gow,
Batter, and Dunakin as backs; and
Samson, Mayer, and Daynall as for-
wards. Whittinghanm will play goal.
Two added attractions of the meet
will be the swimming and diving ex-
hibition given by Miss Caris Beatty,
seven year old swimming protege, as
the third event on the program; and
a 100 yard relay race between Dick
Papenguth's Ann Arbor high school
natators and Coach Mann's yanni-

All-Campus Mat
To Start Today
Preliminary bouts of the all-cam-
pus wrestling tournament are to be1
run off at 7:30 o'clock tonight at the
field house. The finals will be held
tomorrow afternoon.
Coach Keen believes that this tour-
ney should go far in encouraging
campus interest in the sport, and also.
furnish him with opportunity to ob-
serve his men in an actual match. The
opening Conference meet with Ohio
State is not far distant and Keen must
begin selecting his team. The Buck-
eyes have a powerful squad and are
sure to furnish the comparatively
green Michigan outfit with stiff com-1
New material is unusually plentiful
this year and may develop before the,
end of the season. Whatever the re-!
suits this year, prospects for . next'
year are bright, owing to the fact that
there area minimum number of sen-
iors on the squad. Solomon, Rich,
Parker, and Palmeroli have shown
splendid improvement to date and are
expected to figure highly. Rich and
Parker are members of the freshman
Several of the men who were con-
sidered as possibilities to place in the
tournament have been forced out on!
account of injuries. Mayner, an 1351
pounder from last year, is out with aI
torn ligament in the arm. Kailes, last
years captain, who is probably the
best at 125 pounds, is still troubled
with bad knees, the same injury that
forced him to remain on the sidelines
a good share of the meets last year.
Lange, in the 145 pound class, has a
torn ligament in his shoulder.
Enthusiasm remains at a high pitch
and competition has been so keen that
the men will have to fight continually
for their jobs. With the quality and
the quantity of the new candidates,
there will be few regulars who can
be sure of their positions. Because of
the tournament. tonight, the entire
squad merely took a , light workout'
limbering up yesterday. Some of the
more fleshy spent the afternoon in the
}"or every article for sale, there is
a buyer. Reach him thru Classifieds.I


The Press Box
By Jacques O'Grady:
The question of whether or not
Frank Harrigan will gace Michigan
State college tomorrow night will not
be answered until some time today,
and perhaps not until tomorrow.
Hiarrigan was considerably im-
proved yesterday and reported for
practice last night, but Coach
3Mather will not use the star for-
ward unless there is no doubt about
his condition.

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IMICHIGAN STATESEXTE[T POSTPONDa1 haal, snlesand doubles,
be played by \Monday Four im

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Coach Barss announced last night
that the Michigan State hockey game
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form and should show up well inI
Thursday's game.
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will be held in the first round of play.
In the singles matches there will
be three elimination rounds prior to
the semi-finals and finals, while in the
doubles there will be only two. The




Harrigan is suffering from pleurisy,
and is subjected to occasional attacks,
but he soon recovers and resumes
playing again. If the attack that came
suddenly on Tuesday night is as short-
lived as those in the past, Harrigan,
will play tomorrow.


If Harrigan takes the floor to-
morrow night, Michigan will line
up with Chambers at the other for.
ward, Dick Doyle at center and Mo-
lenda and Cherry at the guard po-
sitions. If Harrigan cannot play,
Ed Reece will start opposite Cham-
The State five will line up with Col-
vin and Hackett at the forwards,
O'Connor at center, and Drew and
Cole at the defensive positions. This
team has shown considerable strength
to date and should force the Varsity
five to the limit for a win.
Coach Mather is forced to use his
regulars against the State quintet
in order to get them .in shape for
the Illini who play here Monday
NEW YORK.-College examinations
during the period of the meet have
compelled Lee Barnes of the Un-
iversity of Southern California,
Olympic champion, to decline an
invitation to compete against Charles
Hoff of Norway, world record holder
in a pole vault event at the. Millrose
A. A. athletic games here Feb. 4, pro-
motors of the meet announced today.
Royal S. Bouscher of Northwestern
university, indoor champion, has en-
tered the contest.

scheduled for next T uusctay nigh LnasI uermin nmen iiavtA IILI.IuIup.Go
been postponed to a week from Satur- pecially well and are almost positive
(day night. This announcement means starters. Reynolds, this year's cap-
that the opening game will be played tain, will surely get the call for the
against the Marquette hockey team at center assignment. Sibilisky and Den-
7:30 o'clock Thursday night. ton are the two logical contenders
Plans are pending for a game to re- for left wing. Their respective per-
place the Michigan State game on formances in the next few practices
Tuesday. Teams from Detroit and will determine the man who will re-
Windsor are now under consideration. ceive the call. Levi has played well
Practice last night took place in at right wing since he was shifted
the form of a fast scrimmage and the 'from the ranks of the defense men
usual individual work in fundamen- and will probably start. Gabler and
tals. Tonight the squad of 20 will l Roach look like the choices for the
play a regular practice game, the defense berths.
Reds versus the Blues. The ice was Coach Barss is undecided between
in poor condition last night and may 1 Weitzel and Jones for goal tender. Al-
be useless howeve. though Weitzel is a veteran Jones, a
Marquette will supply plenty of new man, has been playing consistent-
competition for an opening game. ly and has a strong chance of getting
They always boast powerful puck the call over his rival. Bissett, an-
teams due to the advantages they other new man, will surely see ser-
possess in having both artificial and vice in the game either on the defense
natural ice at their disposal. Wis- or forward line.
consin defeated the Marquette team in Adequate seating arrangements will
two games this season, but the Badg- be arranged before the opening
ers are the logical choice for Con- game next Thursday night, Specta-
ference honors this year. Michigan's tors being accomodated both in the
team is now taking some definite 1 balcony and about the rink.
Be A Wild Man

doubles matches as scheduled to open
the tournament are: Olean-Reily, 8417,
vs. Lechner-Julian, 8840; Segal-Rat-
ner, 3936, vs. Eardly-Mountion, 9245;
Seligson-Gorelick, 3936 vs .,Langlois-
Greene, 3990; Pritzker-Sims vs. bras-7
The singles matches to be played:
Olian, 8417, vs. Simonsky, 5637; Bu-
chanan, 7939, vs. W. S. Ramsey;
Knight, 4017, vs. Seligson, 3966; Kant-
er, 4572, vs. Reilly, 9436.


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Another qualifying round in the in-
terfraternity basketball league was
played Wednesday. Sixteen games
wyerecontested in which two seeded
teams won, while one was defeated.
Phi Sigma Delta, seeded in group
7, defeated Omicron by a'score of 11-
8, and Phi Sigma Kappa, group 10,
downed Sigma Alpha Epsilon 20-13.
Nu Sigma Nu, the other picked team
lost to Phi Delta Theta 13-8.
In all the games played thus far a
larger number have taken part than
ever before, while the games have
drawn many spectators. More than
250 players played on Wednesday,
while the spectators totaled more than
The results of the other games fol-
low: Theta Chi 26, Chi Phi 7; Theta
Kappa Psi 18, Gamma Sigma 13;
Theta Xi 19, Triangle 2; Phi Lambda
kappa 7, Phi Beta Delta 11; Phi Kap-
pa Tau 17, Xi Psi Phi 7; Zeta Psi 11,
Phi Kappa Psi 6; Sigma Alpha Mu 40,
Phi Delta Epsilon 4; Delta Phi 14,i
Sigma Phi Epsilon 12; Lambda Chi
Alpha 27, Pi Lambda Phi 2; Theta
Delta Chi 14, Phi Mu Delta 10; Sigma
Nu 21, Psi Upsilon 5; Phi Mu Alpha
2, Phi Rho Sigma 0 (forfeit).
The first choice
of World's
hiunters, t h e'
Forest Reserve ,

TWO gpant suits
$36 00
Only one ofmany
attractive items
found in our cloth-
ing sale.
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An English Cut-Edge with
a Snap-Brim Effect


White Silk Scarfs


Friday and Saturday, January 15, 16
Fifty high grade suits from our
regular stock will be sold at a
substantial discount to make
room for incoming Siring and
Summer clothing. Many light
patterns included
Values from fifty to seventy dollars
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