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COACHES ADOr PF TfLor obtaining any body hold is -' DIRECTOR ,J* IGHA ,1f -rfFITPID
>Js.z'' A ,V .itcut onaIly runing offihe mat Q CLUMNL
-- c e in;an o~oa~l-ilnt e a~ ".17L)PR u l,1,nl - 0I

.f Let Mul'a'!us 7d F2 ill .ic at:% la1'gda n"I 1he - 'ofereis a-l o zed
fnltfrU'(i!ghtt£ 1 c iltt!E.t 0io "; tt Ohe Oppcooit 01("d n aof
sI c old. thin; forecing the of-
'Western Conference wrestling fcnrlecr t() accept a 'Riweling position.
coaches'formally adopted thec National Thli s alav ion will eliminate the prac-
Intercollegiate code of rules as the tip',Oof .stall:ng by rulmnig away from
ofllcial regulations govern.ing the.
sport among Big Ten schools this sea- e}. thelfir~mrc,, < man nitist be in an
son at the meeting held in Chicago actn=al atltemfpt to obtain a fall
last week . This set of rules is now ; ip.: ?; 'ocut the e'ntire match.. E+ven
used in every group fostering inrter- . t1101155 aSmais be5l)hinld his oppionent,
collegiate wrestling in the United he must be working for a fall, other-
States, 'the Western Conference being' wise he may be chargedi with stalling.
the last group to adopt it. IShrilarliy the under-man must con-
The advent of this body of regular!; stantly strive to escape from his ag-
tions will' materially add to the pop- gressor or the referee may award the
clarity of wrestling by greatly speed- match to his opponent by a fall.
ing up the sport. This will be l)ossi- formerly a one minute advantage
b~le due to the requiremeints of the code! was rufficient to gain a decision in a
which tend to promote more action" match, but now the reoferee decide, the
on tb- part of the contestants by de- outcome on tue Ibaris Qf the effort; of
muantling continued effort for a fall ! terespoective conte=stanits to gaemya
throughout the match instead of de- fall. This places the outcome of a
pending upon a mere time ailvantage.j cortc'st at the disgression of the ref-
Although the National Intercol-' eree instead of deciding the winner
legiate, code was not adopted in its: by a time advantage.
entirety, the most important provis- The duration of matches ha, been
ions won the immediat~e favor of the: reduced from the customary 12 min-
coaches, and consequently, with a fewr ute periods to 10 minutes. Now three
exceptions of minor importance, the; points will be awarded for a d(ecisiion
present body of rules governing Big instead of two, as previously wa s the
Ten wrestling corresponds to that fol- custom'.
lowed by every other intercollegiate
group in this country. I Fred Marberry, of the Washington
One of the important innovations is Senators, pitched in 55 games in. 1925,
the use of the double wrist-lock from: but did not pitch a full game.
a standing position. The introduction
of this hold, Coach, Keen believes, ±W1 ashington used eight pitchers to
will prove a great asset to Conference, defeat Boston, 14-9 in 1913.
wrestling. Another important change I
is that the interlacing of the fingers suzhsrhlw for the Mieluig'.1.1 Daily.

APPW~~IUU~L 10 L~I~flU' ~"~'I UADVRTISNG 3 z

Aei y lepo(lneit group desiring to I -
'it er a teamn in the biasketball tourna-
If you are a telephone subscriber call Jii1111e
mocnt to be conducted by the intra- the Ad-Taker, Dial 21214, and your wanr ad
will be charged.
Aural deparlit ment shol~ d hand their The Michigan Daily reserves the right to4
entr inat he ntrmurl ofic asclassify all wants aels under appropriate head-
ertly i atthelntalllraloffce s Iings and to revise o withhold .Ajectionablc
Moon as p)ossily. This should also cop)y.?
be acomanid b a lst f te iem-CASH RATES
be at'opanid b a lst f th me- Teti cents per readinig line (on the basis of
her s of the team. Competition will five a-erage words to the line) for one or two
bin directly after the Christmas va- 'jNine cet per rcading line for three or more
cation and therefore it will be neces- Caar classifieds received at the Daily office
!.:,ry t hae al enriesin y Frday in The Press Building on Maynard Street.'
sar tohav al etris i b Frday ICONTRACT RATES
1)eC. 10. Special standardized rates given on applica-
-rLhe intramural department permits tion.
participation on two teams, this al-

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Because of unfavorable weather
- ' conditions this fall the decisive
matches of the All-Campus tennis
' I tournament have had to be postponed
from time to time but were finally
b rought to a close Wednesday after-
Ybl1llifl J . 1Bi11gl m noon. AI. C. Heaney defeated R. B.
Athletic director of Harvard, who ;Brody for the singles title by the fol-
rec'ently received the letter from Pres-; lowing scores: 6-4, 4-6, 6-2 and 6-3.
ident Flibben of Princeton severing a ll.The match was played in the bitter
athletic relations with the Cambridge I(cold-
school. The doubles championship was won
Director Bingham later apologized , onme time ago when 1. Moss and M.
for the actions of the Lampoon, the Bacon defeated R. A. K-icks and Oscar
magazine that was the cause of theI Nagel by the score of 8-6, 7-5, and 6-4.'
trouble. Handsome loving cups will be award-
With the breaking in relations caine ed to the winners and medals to the
the breakup of the Big Three." runners up in both events.

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