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THURSDAY, DECEMB3ER 20, 102M

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'Detroit- for "home" games. Cougars or the Olympics. of mst of the New York payrs. I Fnal
Kanss A gie Boo t7Chales A. IHughes president of "The Blackhawks" M. iHuh s "The Cougars' and Olymnpis'
PH[ P AGER1S TO METna A gesB okICIUCAGO BLACKIIAWKS the Detoit HIOCkey club indiates said, "wil play six ofthi~r oi' m chedles wll be followed in detail Tod;
FistBig Ten Gamne ibtdts fteCicgIer
MAHATTAN, Kas. .The fiT rot terms for the playing of its wit leLeCadel l beiasnees here will be altered when
((IL1 E99 ii R1Kansas Agges will meet Pur- t 71VffLTVJ 4J[[T home games there. played in Montreal and Chicag o 1ver there i a conflict." [Cn
ALM II-FRT-M due Oc.5 929i the first MO[T D TR I These terms, Mr. Hughes said, in-= home games with the New York minutes
Loses AtCMidyear Will Hamuperi football game ever arranged be- 1(A' fte " '3 ss ta onofte hcgo dates Rangers all will be payedi in ai- Subscribe to the Michigan Daily,
Corach floll~way i, Tcarn tweenth Wildcats and a Big 1 CHICAGO, Dec. 19.-After sixi conflict with either those of the, ilton, Ont., which is the home town $t4.0 a year. rsln
Develpmientj Ten Conference team, M. F. ( more home games thc Chicago '-_____ _____ __-- -------* ------ -- from M
Ahearn, director of .Athletics at 4 Blackhawks, local entry in the Na- - The -
KURIJI(isINEItiIB- Kansas State Agricultural col- I tional Hockey league, will move to: mg yes
___lege announced today. th lmpaAeaDtoitson a
Coco-_laay ~ V~ of finish the schedule. The lease on 1wonl fas
CociHlaeisdilig iI the Coliseum expires Jan. 20, andj today.
An ro ihshodailyopinr Jimnice Veteran the Blackhawks management has wenl o
paain'o h sasCs pnrnot been hiao able to negotiate a satis- V Arglt
when the Purple will meet a team Oarsman, TO Retuirnl factory lease fr an ice ink in VI Parke
composed of former "Ann Arbr iChicago. W V Ipried
prep cage stars, Dec. 28. Prospects It was the intention at the start' twenty-
for the team at the present time- Jim Rice, who this year coached f the season to move to the new Ol
seem fair enough but with the ar-, the Detroit Boat club crews to 'their Harmon stdium after Jan. 20, but= Only-,
rival of the nextf semester in Feb- greatest string of successes in! 170 weitarseoerth ,Jj(
ruary the lss of three veterans by many summers, has signed aeon- trso hs es.Ighema-j ~ Sinoutli
graduation will leave the prep'tract t return in the spring to time the dates at the Coliseum had his mar
squad in an inexperienced state. handlet the D. B. C. megaphone ain-{been assigned to other entertain-: L.V. Ann Arbor 7:00 a. mn., 10:30 a.,in.; 12:30, 3:30. 7:30 p. InC. ute'ors
With the season as yet not un-;other year. ments.fn
derway announcement comes to The receipt of Rice's contract was Ma Frederick McLaughlin &r" Toledo 9:25 a. i.; 12: 5 P. i., 2:55, 5:55, '9:55 P. m". The f
further darken local cage hopes in announced yesterday by the boat peieto h lchws Direct Connections----Monroe, Cleveland, Liina, Buffalo, N.Y.C. uelld fo
fiefr fthe reported ineligibil- club's directors. It came in heprsid o thtBhockyawillretunR U D T IPTm-E O-$.0fnl
ty of Don I orvuck, captain-elect! mail from New Yorkt, .where Rice 1 hzdththckywllrtrn(R UN fP 11LE O $3Q fn
f oCicago next a, and the game. champi
and an all-state forward., Korvuck makes his home in winter, will continue at the Coliseum. Also iJ A Ii L A II Sbs
was counted on for another sensa- Rice returned to Detroit waters it is understood that a minor league Sus
tional season and his loss will sei-' as a rowing coach last spring afterj hockey team will play in1 Chicago.L.A n ror .. ... 81 a.i;12 5,4 5,6 p.n. $4.00 a;
ously impair the power of the Pur- an absence of a couple of decades. Following an 'astern trip the L"A nA br$ 21,4 ,61 .m l' fes"H etrgtt oko h otI(4.A ra 1 , (,j4a /I
Mordsky, Newman, and Walz are club oarsmen and kept at them inI games ha lreturnoitiJan.o1; fo'iirc C netos:-Hu o, IIisdl
those who will finish their schol- and out of the shells throughout to,Janea.i3; D rietroit, Jan. ; TMon-Drc Con ti s:-H doHlsae
and Newman saw service last year! The result was the repeated suc- treal Maroons, Jan. 10; Pittsburgh,C
i gur poiin whl Wazcess of the boat club's colors at th Jan. 3, and oston, Jan. 2. Atejta CALL 3589 .___
ingadpsiinrhleWo h Atrta the team moves to
boke in as forward on the Purple! Canadian Henley, St. Catherines'I________________-
outfit of a year ago. Tfessme, Ont., and in the People's Regatta Clark trophy, recently presented, JflT
Miller, Shankland and Litchfied of! at Philadelphia. by Mr. Clark in person. Not less '"uuENT
last year's team are the others who- Win At St. Kits of an accomplishment in Philadel-. ad
composed last year's squad and A t is hc swa phis was the winning of the famous Lin
gautdJs1s.Catherines is warmly called by Tom Fox trophy by the intermediate -ecec
This state of affairs leaves onlyLaendterslyosmth eight. This trophy is sterling sil--- -______6__ 25 E
one ettrmanavalabl atthe i~dBoat Club's shells won four out of en 'and the boat club put upa
of the current semester in Pegan. fv trs u oe t rli g t h bond of $2,500 to bring it back t c) o tobt m r r mIh e o d t am o at y a o PIANOth n a h n ls w n D t ot. A s ,a hla ep i h ' u~ r .4 p~ wr . P s~
however Hlway has Walsh andwathcpurofheTyrcp boat club's team score was within' ____________________________________ o*
Nott, forwards, Nowack and Wag -wa thaatr f h alrc point____of___the___number_____needed____to___musi__
ner at the pivot post, and Tillotson,;yte eirtakegh rwan- oito henmernee t ______ tune
Zahner, Mayfield, and Graham at :the J. B. Ford trophy by the junior Mc ftecei o hs i-. o
gtard positions. Eleven additional eight. Muho h rdtfiteeve ?o
inxeine e r nte Capture Clark Trophy tories is given to Coach Rice. 1608'
squad and some of these are mk- InpP rPhilade attelphia, at the National dTIC
ing determined bids for first sring giPeole's regtt, the boat lb's j, ii II NOTIC
beta.- 1senior eight won the Emory W.II 7 1 1U. L~ fullIn

s Will Be Held
ay In All-Campuis
Vrestling Tourney
tinued From P'Lgc Six)
and four seconds of
g . BC1nz won his match
aeb ius.
160-pound finalists folo)w-
terday's bouts will be Burl-
«ud Parker, both of whoml
is to earn the right to clash
Burleson pinned Smithi
-niy a half inute of the
ion period remained while
downed Xoffman in a very
lbout in three minutes and
seven seconds.
one bout was held in the
Ight class, Haber disposing
iin a very brief session. The
for varsity gridder pinned
n. to the mat within a min-
so of the start of the bout.
al events today are scvhcd -
r 4 o'clock. Cranage and
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re last year's all-campus
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