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MIC1.11GAN PAIL.Y

AVE'DNESDAY,' JAN

THE MI9HIGAN DAWY '~ ~VEDNEStJAY, J~M

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Q, HOLDPRACTICE
g'ers To Work OuIt 9When PiosThiel
fit Order To 1{eep hM Shape For
SYRACUSE IS STRONG

Althiough final examinatiqs will noti
R. 'permit the full basketball 'squad to re-
port for daily practice sessions, Coach
Mther will hold workouts each after-
noo0n for all those who find it possible
to report, in order to keep the squad
In shape for the important intersec-
tioxal. lash with' Syracuse on Feb. 6.
Lstyight's practice was called off
by Coach Mather in order to give the
squad a .day's 'rest, but workouts will
be resumed this afternoon, and will
continue each day.
Syracuse university boasts of the
best 'team in the East this year, re-
cording her ninth straight win of the
see onl Saturday when New York uni-
versit weh df wn to a 40-20 defeat.
Vic Hanisoicondered th .Peer of
the eastern Vpj of forwards, scored
six flold loals and six free throws
for a total rf 18 points. Hanson has
scored 151 p.oits in the nine games to
date,"afr an average of more than 143
points per 3 one. Syracuse holds vic-
tories over__ is 'nsylvania, Princeton
and Yale of the Eastern IntercollegiJ
ate league" .
Nine men, Coach Mather and Train-
er Walker will leave Ann Arbor on
Friday, Feb. 5, for Syracuse, but
Coach Moather has not yet determined
y who the nine men will be, as several
men are still ig'hting for places on
the second team.
The sgv j ~~l~ftrn to Ann Arbor
"on Sunday, and on the next night will
.engage the V.innesota five at the field
house in the first 'Big Ten cntet
sch'edule(l foi'4 second semester.
Michigan's first defeat of the season
at the hands of Illinois Monday night
is far from discouraging as the Wol-
verines exhibited remarkable improve-
ment in their general play. The work
± of Ed Chambers was especially com-
mendable,, the lanky forward not only
played his usual strong defensive
game . but played the best offensive
game of his career.
#YALE, WILL CLASH WITH.
PENNYLVANIA TONI9HT
Yale, defeated in all three league
" contests, will attempt to break into
" the win column at New Haven tonight
when the Eli five will meet the Penn-
sylvania quintet.
Columbia heads the league with a
record of three victories and no de-
_' feats while Dartmouth and Princeton
are deadlocked for second honors
with two victories and one defeat.
P inceton will face Cornell Saturday
night in the other league game sched-
uled for this week.
William "Red" Laub, star forward
on the p iW gColumbia team, is
leadingd idual scorers with a
total of 36 points for the three games.
Carl Loeb, wlio, has succeeded Jim
E ben as Princeton's captain, is press-
ing Laub with a total of 33 points.
Trwo other Columbia players, Captain
Mannheim and Rothenfeld, are tied
for third place with 23 points.
The individual standings follow:
Field Foul
Player Goals Goals Pts.
Laub, Columbia, f .... 15 6 36'
Loeb, Princeton, f&g . .11 11 33
Mannheim, Columbia, c. 7 9 231
Rothenfeld, Columbia;; f.10 3 231
Whittaker, Dart., c.... 9 4 22
Goldblatt, Penn., g .... 5 9 19!
Lindsay, Penn., f ..,... 7 5
Lorch, Columbia, g .... 7 4 i
Davenport, Penn., f .. 8 1 171,
bangdel, Dartmouth, g 6 5 1
Hendricks, Princeton, f 4 6 14
Jones, Yale, f........ 5 14
Lackey, Yale, f...... 6 2 14
Bryant, Princeton, c .. 5 1 11
McFadden, Dart~, g .: 5 1 11
Gordon, Dartmouth, 1. 2 5 9
Simmens, Yale, c .... 3 3 9
Albee, Cornell, f.... .3 0 63
McCabe, Princeton, f' . 2 2 IIj
Matthews, Penn~, f 2. 2 2 2
Ramage, Penn., c 1 4 6
Sher, Penn, c ....... 3 0 6
s Rake, Cornell, c...... 1 3 5j
Oliver, Dartmouth, g. 2 1 5
Clucas, Cornell, "f .... 1 2 4
Connell, Penn., f... 2 8 41

Evans, Princeton, f ....2 , 0. 41
H-eep, Dartm outh, g '.2: 0 4
Dey, Dartmouth, f . . .. 1 2 41
M,)ynihan, Cornell,f 2 0 4
Ward, Yale, f......... 1 2 4.

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Stalte1Hea.ds Li,1;-3! i higaii Has
hig!13Team, A vcra.e
TROPHY TO BE AWARDED
Ohio State university bowlers are
leading Michigan in 'the Big Ten in-
terfraternity bowling tournament now
being held. Twenty nine additional1
,'Mchianteams have still to play to
complete the qualifying round.
This year is the first in which thiis
plan has been tried. rrhe qualifying
I roundI of each Conference university
taking part in the tournament will
serve as the basis for the champion-
ship awardl. The team turning in the
highest total score in this roundl will
be awarded the loving cup andl title.
Although the Theta Kappa Phi fra-
te rnity at Ohio State has totaledl 2488
points for high honors over Alpha Clii
Sigma, the M~ichigan leader, neverthe-
less the average of the first five teams
at each school gives Michigan an av-
erage lead of 93 points per team.
The leading Ohio teams scored as
follows: Theta Kappa Phi, 2488,
Kappa Tau Delta, 2191, Delta Chi, 2079,
Tan Kappa Epsilon, 20543, Tau Delta
Phi, 1960. Trhe five high Michigan
teams : Alpha Chi Sigma, 2357, Beta
ITheta Pi, 2334,- Delta Upsilon, 2175,
Delta Alpha Epsilon, 2168, Alpha Del-
taPhi, 2106.
The five Ohio teams scored a grand
total of 10,774 points, a team average
of 2135, and an individual average of'
427'for the three games. The Michi-
gan entries had a grand total of 11,-
140, a team average of 2,228, and an
individual average of 450.
Comparative scores of the two
leading teams :
Ohio State-Grand total 2,488; total
per man, 498; average per game, 166.
Michigan-Grand total 2,357; total
per man, 471; average per game, 157.
BOSTONl-The Boston Bruins of
the National Hockey league have sign-
ed Phil Stevens,~ last year a star de-
fense player an the Saskatoon team
of the Western 4lockey league.
MOSCOW.-Should the world ever
run short of coal, Russia will be lit-
tie affected. R~ecent government fig-
u res put' Russas total coal deposits
at nearly 350,040,000,000 tons.
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Poor Ice Agaion IOWA- TRACK CAPTAIN RATES WITH
12t + BEST SHOT PU' LTTE RS IN CO UNT'R
the e and sti'enigth of Hartranft, incorporating their best points i
Schxvarzte and 4IMi ils, leaders . far - his own efforts. In three years he1
4As a result of the poor condition- I added some seven feet to his fre
of the ice at the Collseuni, the Var- wet'idews n atls er a record.
sit hokytaja be ocdt Ray G. Dauber, the shot-putting Iowa Three seasons of sacrifice on,
eliinte ratic te psttwoniht track captain. hevertheless "ranks gridiron where he bowled over opp
ComiaheBprsade hopedt tobegabl among the best in the country. The ents of his ball-carrying mates
oac usetherinkhad wothbe ale.1-awkeye, who led his, team out for part of Dauber's athletic backgrou
Iito usomterkiand rk'thepteams the first 'drill this week has mnade 46 Heo carried the ball himself hardly
ling ame. f theinches several -times in comi- dozen times in his career but was~
1 claete tomrrow nand has an unofiicid mnark -of' sponsible for much Hawkeye yard-
en hae esCelledain - 6 inches for his event, as anl interference star.
Ifew waeeCllted << ~ ~-rier weighs scarcely 180 pounds
binationbut thei spite of this handicap he has1;- HAVANNaA.-Adolfo Luque,- pitel
abiniy ati n, bt te irn v ': ' ~ '--- on form until he has sent fo th q nc na i N l na ea
fl Sab ty rh a s b enpv-ra o defeat men who physically!b s al 't m, w s d ch r e ,
la ste satu irdas era .: is - - ~ superiors. Once last year b s b l e m a ic a g d f
jnt~ oeiprv - ;-:-:-heWsosngatcwre the Arag~on hospital today. Luc
I anI cosideingthe j - -~ ly good for 49 feet and in the underwent an operation for append
had finally reach'e. :,'' L 2 --' i . - t itis 10 days ago.
he counted onm the .: ( ' ~~~all
som hevy ffesi~~ ' ,, ~ yot ,;'~:, xho 'NEW YORK.-Babe Ruth has reac
the puck chasers :i'i i';c'-c.dth ekocodio afrri
peel in this manner edte ek.fcodtinafe rg
mnay be a far closer li2t Ae '~e ous indoor training and has been '
beenantcipaed.~A~i----:- N~toa~u-~;b',I- dered 'to'take' a rest, lest he- be dra,
Lit atleis noipated. 1 Y'lO. j i~~' ut too fine.:lHe is 'two pounds underl
prowress of the west----- --i&,- - 'es normal playin g weight.-
lost two games to 1:.~
fact that the Badges 1 ~
star team, Marquettu-
less a strong ice te>m-
Thursday's game x-,; -
ly at 7:30 o'clock at i- +i-.~C£ v
seating capacity for - Ii - -
been arranged and tho z n r' ':ry
fixed at 50 cents.\11

Set Dead:L =
One match must 1'- '
in the all-campus m ~ ~
ment to complete t: . >i~~
while in the third rou 1 ns:s 2
be held as soon as pc- .
In the doubles P.,, Kra' - Lasser to':
to play the combitn n 'ii-i
Reilly in the next ;L. Vt:-
third round match2u: c'Y-x<
teams will meet: Lar.~('~- l9
vs. Segal-Rattner, 3', ~zrS(gl
35 40, vs. Ramsey- ~--D~~En
Paley, 8417 vs. Bumin-Ato'4v
7939;
There are only 12 monhit n ti
singles championship figi- 'eb0
round to be held is:OTh .- i1
Buchanan, 7939; Brady, "'l 7
ley, 9245; Lechner, z~ m.--
8417; Rifflin,.f8981,v. '&- "i-
Langlois, 22449,' vs. ~ -
Seligson, 3966, vs. Reilly i.

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