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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY, DECENTB R 1.0, 1926

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MICHGAN PREPARES Will Conclude Fall
FOR STATE UiN !Intramural Program
Intramural activities for the fall
season are rapidly drawing to a close
Upstaters' Victory Over Adrian Shows with the completion recently of the
Potential Strength; Dickerson handball and wrestling tournaments.
Leads Offensert
_____These tournaments ended the thirdi
VANALSTINE IS COACH and fourth of the six events included
on the [all program.
Coach Mather put his Varsity Water polo and swimming are the
basketball squad through a stiff i sports to be finished before the end
scrimmage last night at Yost field of next week. When school re-opens
house in preparation for the opening ,in January the winter schedule of
game of the season here with Mich- intramural activities, basketball and
igan State college tomorrow night. boxing, will be staged.
The Upstaters' 33-29 defeat of! Speedball was the first event of the
Adrian last night, although not en- season, Delta Sigma Phi winning the
tirely indicative of their strength, championship by defeating the Kappa
has led the Wolverines to believe that Nu outfit in a fast game, 9 to 6;
they are a stronger tean than gen- Cross country running was captured
erally regarded and may put up an by Phi Kappa and Phi Beta Delta was
unexpected battle. returned winner in two tournaments,
Vern Dickerson, a sophomore for- wrestling and handball. These two
'ward playing his first varsity game, championships aided Phi Beta Delta
proved to be the nucleus of the State considerably in landing, second place
attack against Adrian, scoring 13 in*house scoring for.the season so
points, with six goals from the field far
and a free throw. L. Smith played a Kappa Nu, run-ners-up in speedbail
fair game as Dickerson's running and handball, hold the total high.
mate, and scored two field goals him-' scoi'ing mark among the. houses at
self. Drew and Hood, at the guard the completion of the first four events.
positions, proved to be a good defen- Phi Sigma Delta, who topped the in-
sive pair except for a few minutes at ter-fraternity league for the season of
sive sairtexcetfothgaentes atin1925-26, at the present rating is* not
the start of the game, and then again'lseamn th frttnhoe.
at the end when Adrian threatened to~ listed, among the first ten houses-.
knot the count Kappa Nu with 275 1-2 points is fol-
knotmthe cut. hstn lowed closely by Phi Kapa which has
Bremer, at the pivot position, was secured 268 1-2 points.
the weak link in the quintet and Coach The points gained so far are a part
Vanalstine substituted both Felt and0f the scoring system which is main-
Smith into the lineup successively in tamed throughout the year.
an attempt to find the right combina- Kappa Nu..................275/2
tboi, Phi Kappa ................... 2681/
Incidental with the unknown Phi Beta Delta..............262
power of the invading five is the fact Sigma Alpha Mu ....... 261j
that State's new coach, Ben Vanal- Theta Chi .................... 259
stine, is the same ma who last year Sigma Zeta ................... 208%
was in charge of the Ohio Wesleyan Phi Chi........... ........205
team that came to Ann Arbor in a Beta Theta Pi..............203 a
pre-season game, and after leading Phi Sigma Kappa.............2011/2
the Wolverines 25-20 with four min- Tau Kappa Epsilon..........196/2
utes to play allowed the Michigan fivet
to rally and snatch the game from the Preparations are now being made
fire by a 32-27 score. for the anual boxing show to be held
As a result of the last few work- sometime in March. Coach Ted Sulli-a
outs, the Skipper is still doubtful as van has 50 men in training at presentc
to whether he will start Nyland or and is glad to have more students turna
Game at the forward position, but out who are desirousof doing so. a
Captain Chambers, Harrigan, Martin, 'Coach Sullivan's instructions are
and McCoy are certain to start. The free of charge when the person signi-'
team will be put through a light prat- fies his intention to enter the elimina
tice today. tion contests for the University chain-
pionships. Championships of theJ
COLUMBIA, Mo.-Announcement of campus will be awarded in all weights
the election of George Flamank, St. to those men that win their bouts in
Joseph, Mo., as captain of the Uni- the annual show.s
versity of Missouri's 1927 footballI
team has been made. I Patronize Daily Advertisers. t

HESS RANKS AS ONE OF STARS OF 1926 GRID SEASON

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To Hold State A.A.U.
Swim Meet Tonight
Coach Mann's squad will make an-
other pplash at the state A. A. U.
title, at 7:30 o'clock tonight in the
Union pool. With strong opposition
from several delegtions the Wolver-
ines will be forced to turn in excep-
tionally fast results to retain their
previous position.
Listed events for the meet as they
will be run off are as follows: 50-yard
women's championship, final; 50-yard
men's championship, final; 25-yard
I boys' race, heats; 25-yard girls' race,
final ; 50-yard men's championship,
final; 150-yard women's medley, final;
100-yard relay for boys of the junior
Ann Arbor high schools; 150-yard
backstroke men's championship, final;
100-yard open handicap, men, heats;
25-yard boy's, final; low board dive
championship; 25-yard breast stroke,
women handicap, final; 100-yard open
handicap, men, final; 220-yard cham-
pionship, men, junior, final; 100-yard
breast stroke, w.omen championship,
final; 300-yard, men medley champion-
ship, final.
Events commence at 7:30 o'clock
sharpand will be run off in less than
one hour and a half. Tickets for re-
served seats/or for general admission
I in the balcony may be obtained at the
Union all day today.
The meet tonight will be the last'
of the series to be held at the Union
pool. The others will be held at var-
ious clubs belonging to the A. A. U.
body of the state at intervals through-
out the coming swim season, most of
them being arranged for the Detroit
Athletic club and the Detroit Yacht
club.
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SENATORS WILL PLAY,,
(By Associated Press)
WASHINGTON, Dec. 9.-A forecast
of their Ilennant chances in 1927 major
league race may be revealed, in the
spring training of the Washington
Senators and the world chanipion, St.
Louis Cardinals.
The two clubs will meet in a five-
game exhibition series during their
Florida pre-season workouts. 'J'he
Senators will battle the' drds at
their training camp at Avon Park,
Fla., March 21 and 22 and the' world
champions will meet Washington at
Tampa, March 29, 30 and 31.'
Patronize Daily Advertisers,
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Although he did not repeat on the
all-American team this year,tEd Hess,
star guard of the Ohio State eleven,I
was one of the outstanding linemen in
tie country.ts
Sports writers and critics seemedj

sented itself more strongly and he
was recognized as slightly the su-
perior of the Buckeye lineman.
Hess, although not captain of the
Ohio eleven last year is recognized

almost unanimously agreed upon the as one of the great factors in the suc-
choice of Connaughton, Georgetown, cess enjoyed by the Wilcemen during
as one of the guards for the mythical the past season. His linework was
all-American eleven. The other guard largely responsible for the power dis-
berth seemed to be decided between played by the' brilliant backfield stars,
Hess, Ohio; Shively, Illinois; Lovette, Karow, Eby, Clark, Marek, and the
Michigan; Sturhanh, Yale; Smith, others.
Brown; Carey, Cornell, and Pickhard, Moreover, quarterback Clark placed
Alabama. great faith in the ability of the stal-
Although Hess was awarded the po- wart lineman on numerous occasions,
sition by Grantland Rice last year and especially in the thrilling encounter
seemed to have at least played Shively, with the Wolverines. It will be noted
Illinois, to a standstill in their sensa- fthat when Karow was called upon to
tional 7-6 contest, Shively's case pre- buck the line in the first quarter, the
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through Hess' side, and succeeded in]
getting across the line on his very!Perfumes
first attempt.T t
The choice of Hess over Shively is
difficult to understand by fans whose Bristle Goods Bill Folds
only opportunity to witness the stars Traveling Cases
occurred in their games against Mich-S o
igan. Although Lovette seemed to S tationery
have outplayed Shively in the 13-0 Thermos Bottles Flashlights
triumph of the Wolverines against the,=
Illini, Hess was regarded as outplay-
ing the Michigan guard at least dur-
ing the first half of the game. E ^
Editors of Big Ten papers were
agreed moreover, that the rugged Ohio
man was the superior of the giant 200-202 EAST LIBERTY ST.
Illinois guard, as evidenced by a re-
cent survey of Conference guards..!

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