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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 1S: 192

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DEIC IEIES; LESCHINSKY AD EDCAR LOSTK

COMM'-' I7TTEE MAY W Nill Reqt*1ire Coupon
REINTAT HO !Books For Mat Meet
I (By Associated Press)
New York, Feb. 17.-The st at us of St udents will be0 required to present
J('hurley IHoff, Norwegian ho:,(r of the ;tercupon books to secure admis-
wXorld pol, vault record ouidteors, is Ision to the Ohio State wrestling meet
a gain under consideration of foreign i here Saturday and at all other wrest-
relat ions and eligibility committees of hulig meets thereafter, accordling to an-
tho amateur athletic union. j nouncemnent made by the Athletic as-
Testimnony of witnesses was taken scciation yesterday. Formerly the
yesterday before the comnmittees which; wrestling meets have been free to the
are considering Hoff's plea for rein- public but with the increased interest
statement. Hoff contended that ex- in the sport it has been found ad-
hibition of his pole vaulting skill in visable to make this change. The
stage performances did not violate the charge for the general public will nowI
amateur code in spirit, and was only be 50 cents.
for the purpjose of paying expenses The Ohio State meet is one of theI
inicur red durinig a trans-continental most important matches of the sea-
trip to sanctioned( A. A. IT. meets., son as the Wolverines are undefeated
- - in their first two Conference meets
Benny Leonard has accepted a con- and Ohio has lost only to the strong
tract to fight Pete Latzo. Indiana team.

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JHOCKEY GAMES WITH WISCONSIN

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Warm weather at Wisconsin has putI
the ice in such bad condition that the,
games scheduled for this week-end
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poned. Coach Barss was notified of
this fact yesterdlay a few hours before
the Michigan hockey team was to en-
train for Madison.
The games scheduled with Minne-
sota. will lbe played as Minnesota has
an artificial ice system in connection'
with its rink. The Michigan squo .,

of 12 players, Coach Barss, and Frau-
cis Wilmiot, minor sports nianager,
will leave Sunday for Minneapolis.
The first game with the Gophers
(will be played Tuesday and the see-
end game will he played Wednesday.
aFollowing the Minnesota{ engaiige-
ment Coach Barss will take his men
to Madison for two games Friday and
'Saturday if the ice will permit skat-s
ring.

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elgbefrVriy£competition and
one yar. o"ed cflna toMhia
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