THE NI CIGDAL
THUTRSDAY, JANUtARY 5, 19238
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P~relimjina ries 11111Ile 11e141Tomorrow
xi i ;lit At Field House; Fiiinls
Listedi For Sal ii°day
RE3LAX ELIIBILITY UL E
I LNKSCRON HREE CON TESTSPU TA[ILIIL
& ~NON RY SARAZEN! With three contests already- c Jon-I~ ~lrL UlI
j,,rlucr N"t lena I Olseni (hanipion Adds
A l~ hr 11101 r ()o String
O)f Golf Lauren;
itely arranged for Michigan's second
football teami for tue i928 season,
Coach E. E. Wiem-ian, who has charge
of the (details and dates o tihe second
Ihockey Six Will Oven Season Against,
Western Ontario Team From
I London, Canada
EVEN VETERANS ISPLAY LACK
OF OLD TIME ABILITY
AT FLOOR GAME
LINEUP MAYBE ALTERED
Rose Is Expected To Earni Poshion In
Starting Group Before Tilt
By Ierinert E. Vender
Michigan's basketball team must
show nothing less than, vast improve-
ment if it is in any way to live up
to advance predictions of dopesters
that the Wolverines were top-heavy
favorites to repeat their successes of
a year ago when they annexed the
Big Ten cage title with 10 victories in
12 starts -- and it must show that
improvement in the next two days if
it entertains hopes of defeating the
fast moving Northwestern quintet.
Heralded as champions of the first
water, the Wolverines have failed to
live up to this high rating thus f4 r.j
It. was said, in fact that some of the
new men would be apt to push thej
veterans, Harrigan, Oosterbaan ,and
McCoy out of regular positions, but
this has failed to materialize whatso-
ever. To be frank, the new men have
proven a disappointment.
But the story does not end there;
the showing of the veterans has been
far from reassuring. They have
shown only rare flashes of the great
work of a year ago and as yet niave1
(lone little to help working in the
Lack of seriousness seems to be a1
general criticism for the entire, Wol-
erine team. In the game with BradleyE
the Wolverines were serious just
twice, both times when Bradley wasf
within three points of them.
In the first half, with the scorei
9-6, the Wolverines scored 9 straightE
points; in the second half, with the
score 27-24, they tallied 16 points
without a return. The big question4
'seems to be whether they can remain
in a serious enough mood long
enough to win over the stiff opposi-
tion that Northwestern and others areI
expected to furnish.
Another difficulty and one which is
perhaps fundamental in the troubies
of the Michigan aggregation is theI
absence of any regular combination.I
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,sr ( Preliminariea for the annual ai}-'
cam Ils wrestlhng tourn miniat wl l ]he
hield at 7 o'clock I omorrmwrnight in
the .Feld house, while the scn-haln r
r i ,i fy will take place at 3 o'clock 1,i a rday
~t ,7.~.. afternoon anid the cbsunipionship hooIt:
at 7 o'clock Sat urday nigh t.
Every student in the 'nicorii,
A 6'with the exception of Var<'sity let tf
.,.....,. :fa ,.,;men, is eigible to participiate in tfie.
;meet, and every one inter ested in
/7 the sport is urgedl to c'omphete.
(Cont estantiis Must Weigh Ira
A " All contestants must weigh in to-
nmorrow alternoon at 3 o'clock at the
:r} leidl how e, and there will be on!,.- One
Iweighing in for the entire meet. Each
' man will be allowed five lpoun~l> Xe
\IAITE the weight reqluiremnents of-his asee
' itv1i Vsiofl. The3a liga ldl-'ildl ,,y.-
ATAV etem of drawing will be used for all of'
14 A~i4the matches.
NEW YORK, Jan. 4.-Club owners Al;ftepeiiaybuswl
of the International league inl special b(,rseen , minutes in duration, hie
11'11 l''0 ; o1 idi1'
fm;; IiU i)n'S'
session today granted an extension of:
time to Jan. 16 to Rochester, N. Y.,
representatives to settle the club's
financial difficulties. The franchise
will be declared forfeited if affairs are
not' straightened by that time, Pres.
J. C. Toole, announced.
DETROIT PROFESSIONAL I
COURT TEAM DISBANDED
(13y Associated Press)
DETROIT, Jan. 3-The American
league franchise of the Detroit Car-
dinal professional bas ketball tea.mi
has been cancelled, it was announced
last night by the management of the
Olympia Gardens sports arena, liold-
ers of the franchise.
Failure of the team as a drawing
card was announced as the reason
for the action. Basketball is not a
popular sport here, officials said, and
it was felt the returns accruing from
exhibitions at the arena were worth)
the finals wvill1 be 10 minutes in lengith.
An advantage of one minute in tine
z ~uar bout will be sufficient towi
adeision, but if the match goes o"V(r
time a 30 second advantage wrill ini-
sure a victory. The bouts will be
refereed by various members of the
Winners TRj heceive Medals
The winners in each of the seven
weight divisions; will be awarded a
fine gold medal indicative of the uni-
versity championship for the year
It is expected that the tournament
will attract a conlsiderale number
of contestants in addition to the non-
lettermen on the Varsity squad and
the freshman aggregation.
Everyone interestedl in the sport is
invited 'to witness the bouts. The
finals will be heldl on a mat locatedi
in the center of the basketball court,
while the preliminaries will be sae
on the mats in the balcony of thefel oue
IIONOULU, T. 1.-Santa Clara col-
lege defeated the University of Il[a-
waii football team, 1.8 to 12, in a post-
season interhectional game Mondlay.
jAnother catcher has lbeen signed to
pilot a major league teain. Jack Slat -
tery, in thle limelight 20 years ag;o as
a backstop, will handle the Pos:t on
Braves in the next Nationsa1leau
Soy ifli AInj i~
satoyr mew c.%at IE dIfeiI'.II'
'11F"peyroi by~nmt al
h)a lves axed lthe rIr: lidence m1 epa-t
r:1 ; in ll'oir (U tif. ' x.': 1 9'
l Amm" vilsenx.
li}ke Ito 1xc j lOvhl han}, eI.. e
liergh sil-.cr we in this'Im
one(1or Iie l (, l cvha oa' l
axe i~ui' id iC'ilsi' for t ' Nv
1l ays Ilthalihadrunroh-le 'iug
the mjiddle o r lne Ia3iluri'athyfrst
"'~ e e e p 'ed to mee,'t heir
thxatline I f)it0111.111x .C ffmnthe
?thidml Ic ala( a lebs'-
prise to 115.
" W(4e also not iced Ithat I Tarry W''0an
seemxled Ito)have I}J old speed(',( l ~aid
planned to usetIt ut-an1Ualii
the I nut I1l11twors! oscesal
in thll c end half.1It' ws eIOnly
0ne711Y ivd1al ,.df~' i
, # * Iteam schedule, is carrying oaninego- iTtnI(
n AatVS SEC:'6OND itiations with colleges and nornmal SQUAD IMAS NEW ) PILOT
(By 4Su~i.tcI schools ini the state of Michigan in
(By ssoir~ud res) lan attempt to complete the schedule. -Members of Michigan's hockey team,
IIx lAIlt LEACT1,JIn. 4.---Gene Sara-1 The Maize and Blue second eleven have begun practice for the 1928 sea-
mt,) ;,O iiilnX r a national open !will meet the second squads of both son under their new coach, Edward
nyu a hisn aiay past achieve- !Ohio State and Wisconsin next fall. !Lowry. Lowry, who succeeded Joseph
,rity a-c gliid apecepibl Ithegams ein araned n te E. Barss as hockey mentor, is a for-
:npnliaprofessional golf con-; home-and-home basis. The Buckeye lnrCnda lyradasueto
P ies o g lu thie rounds of Fior- seconds will meet the Michigan sec- mrCnda lyradasueto
mamnnamet.Tuesday, lie won, oand teami on October 20 in Ann Ar- the game.
t_ e ,con l vear~ in succession, the i bor, and a week later the Michigan Lonivron, ostr Ontario wilpoiete frs
> lauai hue open, with a card of 292 cubs wviil oppose the Wisconsin sec- odn nai ilpoietels
'a f r' 7w? holes of medalI play. onds at Madison. competition for Coach Lowry's men
,hm 11 Pr oldape ex Yr The third game arranged by Coach tomorrow night. As hockey ranks with
t-mia . . " t ust inc lpro, iciked by most Wieman for the Wolverine reserves rugby as a national sport in Canada.,
1 xir~ to"CX 215 stand near the head will be against Michigan State Nor- the Ontario sextet should furd7sh
4' he jii'sessional pack throughout ;niral college on Oct. 30. strong opposition for the Wolverine
5 < <1, (-id the pla'y with 295 for Partial agreements have alreadyIpuke
:i)!ii one. ben rachd wth thercolege an The Michigan team is at present
1!1oiyombeenii rachoolswin ther stateesCach without a captain for the 1928 season.
.Jre hhwood of Albany, Ga., famed fW ieman announced yesterday, but the Cornelius Gabler, star defense man,
or ]~;iris (; bet~ut, 'aways a Seri- final details will not be consummated wpucklcmp athe ddotheturn
*l r (')lt ,l'' was third with 296., until a later date. It is expected that ,pc apin u eddntrtr
"~ofI Chicago, -with 297, and such teams as Western State Normal tis eFstr
di lnMiami, a stroke hi-her, ;college, Albion, Hillsdale, Battle' Five veterans have returned to bol-
1"' o c tenxt two prizes.l Creek, I-ope, and other schools with seMihgnsopeontecehi
,irm'lk who led the fii'st day's play, 'maremberships in the Michigan Inter- season. Jones, Maney, Copeland,i
as esiege; d with putting difficulties ,collegiate Athletic Associations will Roach, and Marshall are the exper-
i;he final 86i holes, several unsatis- be opponents of tihe Michigan sec- ienced players who will form' a nu-
, ,5grescotn hmhs (vn-bd leus for the 1928 team.
'ig d'pit e a string of three birdies Coach Wieman declared yesterday
,can oft' on the+ thirteenth, fourteenthj that the remaining opponents of the TYPEWRIT'ING and
a j'crhholes Tuesday in his five games still open in tihe schedule MIMOGRAP1IING
te p!'ion rounml. 1Iwill be announced just as soon as the
Hmbiy Share In Prizes (arangements are completed in every a -specialty for
Others who remained in the prize lecase. twenty years.
"oney were: Emmiet French, South- Prompt Service, Experienced Oper.
ti, fines, N. C., 302; Tom Kerriganr, The Paris six-day bicycle race. will ators, Moderate Rates.
S (,w York. 303; George Christ, Ro- start April 19, which will be Easter 0. D. M 0R R IL L
hi(st cv. N. Y., 304; Arthur Andrews, Monday, and end April 25. 17 Nickels Arcade. Phone 6615.
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Eight times as much first class mail
j >carried by Netherlands air serv- LN
lce last season as in the year before. MEN'S SHEEP DN COATS,
A CALL FOR BOXERS
All men who wish to try out
for boxing in preparation for the
annual show to be held in March
are requested to report at thre
boxing room in Waterman gym-
nasium any time after 3 o'cloc'k
this afternoon. Men of all
weights are needed.
Let PhIlbin, Coach.
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