THE MICHIGAN DAILY
SATURDAY, JANUARY 29, 1927
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I FRST DUA MEI
VarsIty T'ean To TrI'y For New arks'
In Four Events, including
ZAISER LEADS VISItORSI
Coach Matt Mann's Varsity swim-i
ming team will open their Conference
dual meet schedule agaimt University
of Indiana's tat: team at 7:30 tonightI
in the Union iool. SInectators are
urged to arrive early as the meet will
begin promptly at 7:30. Coach Mann
wishes to announce that women are
especially invited to attend the con-
In the 200 yard relay, the first event'
on the evening's program Batter, I
Hubbell, *Wagner, Bement, Watson, I
Darnell, and Captain Samson compose
the Michigan entries, while Luthu r,
Vetter, Winston, White, and Matthew
are listed for the Hoo:i(rs. Shorr and
R. Halsted will swim in the 220 yard
breast stroke for the Wolverines and
Miller and Luther for Indiana, Dar-
nell, Samson, Bement and Watson are
listed in the 50 yard free style as the
Michigan contestants while Indiana
NEVER HAS PARTICIPATED iV WV9RLD
SERIES IN FIFTEEN YEARS SERVICE
||\f QTo (FORME LINEMAN ajor And Minor League
VE INL iv MEEGIVREEWR
V Aike Make Bids For Cobb
M1 t, C, HOCKEY TEAMCCA(By Associated Press) exoneration
S- C1IlCAGO, Jan. 28-The rattlingg of baseball"f
Michigan's hockey team w: aveb aseball skeletons has blended into year in a C
this morning for Eost Lansing to en-;w th tinkling of gold as baseball clubs, Barnard s
counter Michigan State college's sex- major and minor, bid for the services ige
of the two southerners-Ty Cobb of was signed
tot this afternoon in the first away o th two sutener of be broken,,
Georgia. and Tr zis Speaker of Texas. ftwud1
from home game of the 1927 seasoni u Formally exonerated of charges w b
Coach Barss will take all of the reg-i that hinted of a "fixed" game and merely a p
ular man and three substitutes on of betting of the two, Speaker and yersehe m
the trip. The men to go are Cap- Cobb today were the center of t'here we
taro Jones, Sibilsky, MacDuff, Roach, managerial interest, not only in the ths f
Larson, Waldron, Marshall, Cope-i American league where they long have btthus
land, Hooper. in reached f~
been outstanding performers but -nstag
The game was originally sched- .the National, the International and seaker,
tiled to be played at the Coliseum, ambitionus Blue Ridge league as well. long as the
but due to the bad weather of the By decision of Commissioner Landis self still t
past few days the ice has not been 'yesterday, and by subsequent action on
in condition. Michigan State has anthe part of the owners of the Detroit ohrowing
outdoor rink and the last reports and Cleveland clubs, which Cobb and sure fiel
w~S peaker respectively managed lest
from EFast Lansing say that the ice GS e arse n age tst ner, despit
ther is n go d sh pe.year, the players are now free agents' , k
there is in good shape. .. . Clark Ch
Handicapped by lack of practice on able to make whatever arrangements Washington
.:: }:e they desire for their baseball future.Spae
ice recently the YWolverines will go xi- a asbl f Speaker to
recetly he olveine wilgoT'echnically each is on the reserve Jacob Rupx
into the game in a weakened condi- I list of his club, President Frank J. Na-
tion as compared to State's strength Ykvi of the Detroit Tigers however, in-ank
resulting from regular practice ses- formed Cobb by Telegraph yesterday saidthe
sious. In priactice games both Mich- that he may dicker with any American both playe
igan and Michigan State have met league t/am he cares to, and that his
the sane team from the Detroit in- transfer from Detroit will be effected EL PAS
dustrial league. State defeated the :without cost to the club that may wish title- was w
Detroiters 5 to 2, while the Wolver- r to sign the Georgian. of Washin
ines turned them back, 6 to 0. The President E. S. Barnard of Cleve- ship carrki
game with the Wolverine outfit waas land pointed out that while he per- Wood andJ
cut down to 40 minutes of play; five .a.sonally was delighted with Speaker's ond.
of the six points were scored in the
In the two practice games last
week Coach Barss tried out various '
combinations at the forward division
of his team. Hooper, who is now
fully recovered from a recent sick-
ness, performed in fine shape at cen- "iih" Slanghter Friday and Saturday
ter. When Hooper is at center, Lar- Michigan's former star guard and
son, who previously played center,, chosen for Camp's all-American team Suits and Overcoats Cleaned a
has been shifted to a wing position. in 1924, wias further recognized a
Sibilsky and MacDuff alternated at
the other wing. This combination few days ago when George Trevor,
seemed to develop the scoring ability football editor of the New York Sun,
which has been lacking in the games named him as guard for his first all- S UDENTS TAILO
haayed s far this season by Coach time Michigan team along with such
Barss' men. old tine stars as Neil Snow, Willie Corner North Univ. and Th
Denton and Copeland, another set ,Heston, and Germany Schultz and
of wing men, have been developing the present Wolverine luminaries, Phone 8040
rapidly and are worthy men to send Benny Friedman and Bonnie Ooster- ALTERATIONS
into the game at any time. baan.
b And Speaker
n, "it would not be good for
for Speaker to appear this
Dleveland uhiform. President
aid that following Speaker's
t" last fall, a new manager
d whose contract cqui fot
and that he did not believe
be right for Speaker to be
layer on a team which for
as much talk of offers for
s of both Cobb and Speaker,
far negotiations have , iot
arther than the "feeler"
who has not played ball as
Georgian, has shown him-
o be fast, shrewd, quick
elder despite his gray locks.
ains a dangerou's batsmaii,
Ier, and a crafty base run
e slowing limbs.
riffith, president - of the
ni Senators, has asked
o join that club. Colonel
pert, speaking for the New
ees, of which he is president
Yankees "are interested in
r3, especially Speaker."
entries are Wmnston and Iolyard.
Captain Samson, Wagner and Horn
will perform in the 440 yard free style
against Zaiser, hoosier captain, and
Matthew J. Halsted and Spindle are
entered against Moyer and Vodermark
in the 150 yard backstroke. Captain
Samson, Darnsll, and Watson are
slated to appear in the 100 yard free,
style as are Bolyard, Netter, and
Zaiser of the Hoosier outfit. Starritt
and Batter are entered in the diving
contest for Michigan and White,
Baughman, and Kidd for Indiana.
The eighth even, on the program
will be the attempt of a picked Mich-
igan team to break the existing rec-
ords for the 600 and 750 yard back-
stroke relays, which are held by Yale
university at the present time. The
Wolverine five-man team will be se-
lected from Spindle, Hubbell, J. Hal-
sted, Batter, Darnell, and R. Halsted,
each man swimming 150-yards.
The concluding event of the swim-
Ining meet will be the° medley relay.
Michigan's team will be composed of
Shorr, Hubbell, and Darnell, while
Royer,, Miller and Zaiser will swim
for the visitors.
Perry McGillivary of the Illinois
Athletic club will be head referee of
the meet. Viggo Nelson, Ann Arbor
Y. M. C. A., F. R. Finch, J. C. ,Brier,
and H. N. Cole will act as judges of
the finish; and Prof. H. C. Carver, E.
M. Baker, Dr. G. A. May, Dr. A. D,
Wickett, and R. K. McAlpine are the
timers for the meet.
PITTSBURGH. - Detroit TigersI
have arranged to have their spring
training at San Antonio, Texas..
:, Tex.--1I Paso open go
on here by Tommy Armou
gton, D. C. The chanmiio
ed a $2,500 pride. Joe Kir
Johnny Golden tied' for se
Thirty-eight years old, about to bgin his sixteenth year in the major
leagues, and never on a pennant winner-this is the record of one of the
most respected players in the National League, Cy Williams, veteran hard
hitting outfielder of the Phillies.
Williams is the only members of the 1918 Philadelphia Nationals who is
still with that team. After 15 seasons of honest hard work in the majors,
j Cy Williams is ready for the coming year and expects to have one of the
best years of his career. Williams is still rated as one of the most danger-
ous hitters in the National League in spite of his advancing years, and is
liable to hit one over the fence at any time.
Delta Kappa Epsilon 16, Alpha Tau
Omega 4; Phi Mu Alpha 0, Alpha
Kappa Kappa 2; Sigma Nu 3, Phi Del-
v ta Theta 9; Phi Kappa Psi 2,' Phi Del-
ta Epsilon 0; Tau Epsilon Rho17,
Delta Sigma Delta 4; Kappa Nu 9,
With the beginning of the new se-igma Alpha Epsilon 14; Hermitage
Withthebegiimig ofthenew 11- , Phi Epsilon Kappa 15; Phi Sigma
mester interfraternity basketball Delta 2, Acacia 0.
games will li run off at the rate of 25 Phi Gamma Delta 11, Phi Rho Sig-
contests a night instead of 20 as the ma 12; Kappa Sigma 0, Phi Mu Delta
present schedule calls for. This will 2; Delta Sigma Phi 6, Phi Sigma Kap-
make it necessary for the last set of pa 4; Phi Cli 23, Delta Epsilon 5.
games to commence at 10 o'clock and Standings in the interfraternity
end at 10:45 o'clock. Previously the l bowling contest being held at the
last contests of the evening were Union under the auspices of the in-
btarted at 9:15 o'clock. I tramural department are as follows:
The following are results of Wed- Sigma Chi 2408, Delta Alpha Epsilon
nesday's games: Phi Beta Pi 2, Sigma 12304, Phi Kappa Sigma 2284, Theta
Delta Kappa 0; Theta Kappa Nu 12,1 Xi 2219, Delta Upsilon 2180.
Theta Chi 16; Tau Epsilon Phi 2, -
Gamma Sigma 0. 1 Patronize Daily Advertisers.
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