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WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 9, 19o

THE MICHI AN D

)AILY

PAGE SEVEN

INDOOR TRACK SEASONRICKAR _HPSED NTRAMURALMANACER
MAYBE NTRFSIN BIG'AJa -Wa UTexNES HI SITNS

SPORT BRIEFS 0

Bruins' lineup soon in the pro-
fessional hockey circuit.

A disputed world's middleweight
(Continued From Page Si O championship is now held by
ve games this year for the Spar- Charley "Midget" Fisher, Wiscon-
sin lumberjack, following the de-
fo , f .lidirv M Nuvs. 1\Acid1v.

league against the loaning of
players to major league clubs.
Al Root of New York and K. 0.
Clemonds of Cleveland will stage,
a bout at the Ypsilanti Armory on
Thursday night. A number of pr-e.
liminary bouts have been carded
as well. Advance ticket sales are
brisk.

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Pre'encr Of Stars Like Williams,
Nurmi And Wide May Save
Year From Failure
HAHN IS OUT OF PICTURE
(By Asociate Press)
NEW YORK, Jan. 8.-Track and
field followers are looking for
Paavo Nurmi, Edvin Wide and Percy
Williams to give spice to what
otherwise might be a stale, flat and
unprofitable indoor season.
With Lloyd Hahn apparently out
of the competitive picture, Joie
Ray turned professional and Dr.
Otto Pelzer in foreign parts, three
of last year's greatest drawing
cards are out of the deck.
Williams Starts Soon
Williams, the Olympic sprint
champion from Vancouver, is down
on the books to compete in the
Millrose A. A. games next month
but neither Nurmi nor Wide has
seen fit to announce his plans yet.
Most observers, however, belielve
both will don running shoes with-
in a month. Nurmi, in fact, may
get into action before the end of
January. He has been doing con-
siderable training since he arrived
here in December. Wide said a few
day ago that he would need at
least five weeks to get into shape.
Announcement that Williams
would invade United States tracks
already has sent one perfectly good
retirement into the discard. Bob
McAllister, the erstwhile flying com,
has started training for a new
comeback campaign in the hope
of meeting Williams at any dis-
tance from 60 to 100 meters.
Lots Of Opposition
Nurmi has announced that his
American tour contemplatesacom-
petition at distances from one mile
up, some of Hahn's greatest races
have been run at that distance.
The three invading foreigners
may be assured of considerable op-
position. In the -sprints Williams
possibly will meet such men as
McAllister, Wildermuth, of George-
town, Daley and Quinn of Holy
Cross, Wibecan, former Pitt star,
Locke of the New York A. C. and
others.
D E T R O IT.- Cass Tech highj
school took the lead in the hockeyI
league by defeating Hamtramck, 8
to 0, recently.
ATLANTA, Ga.-Some 60,000
people cheered the Georgia Tech
football team upon its return from
California.
MEXICO CITY.-Dr. M. E. Ben-
nett, Sewanee coach is spending a
fortenight in lecturing on football
in Mexico., ,, .

Rickard would have accomplished~~

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had he lived to carry out his Undertaking the largest winter
elaborate plans offers as wide a program that has faced the de-,
field of sueculation as that su - partment in many years, Kenneth
rounding his possible successor. plack and Richard Purdy, Senior l
Only Tex himself knew of many BakandsRncherdtPurastnffr
and no doubt daring ideas he en- managers on the Intramural staff,
tertained. Ie figured most of his have selected their assistants for
big ventures out months and often the season, according to an an-
years in advance. The promoterInouncement given out yesterday-
for instance, had his eye on Tun- Basketball, which got underway
ney as the logical challenger for Baktal1hc o ne a
Dempsey's title over a year before yesterday afternoon and evening,
Gene and Jack actually foug-ht in will be under the supervision of P.
Philadelphia. The Tunney ballyhoo Seidel, Junior manager. All games
was as expertly handled as that 1 will be conducted, with Seidel and
establishing Carpentier as a rival his two helpers, M. Klivans and A.
for the Manassa Mauler. Sinpkins in full charge. These
Dempsey In Plans three will also look after the volley

"Tilly" Voss, sharpslhootiig-
forward, who has been on the 0
injured list for several weeks, am
j will return to the Chicago Can

pposition has developed
ong the members of the
iadian professional hockey

MACK TUTORING
310 So. State.

' Rickard had mapped his plans
definitely this year for a heavy-
weight revival featuring Jack
Dempsey's come-back in a bout to
be held at the Yankee stadium in
September. The Stribling-Sharkey
match at Miami Beach, February
27, is the only tangible part thatE
remains although it is not unlikely
that Dempsey, after he has fully
I recovered from the shock of his
I friend's death, may decide to go
through with his part of the pro-
gram. 'Jack may feel that this
would have been Rickard's wish, I
regardless of whether there may
be a call for the old man mauler I
to take up some executive respons-
ibilities left by Rickard.
Stribling-Sharkey
Those close to Rickard believe
he planned to make the Stribling-
Sharkey fight the fore-runner of
I extensive operations in the south,
with Miami Beach as a base for a
program of winter sports compan-
ion to his interests in New York.
Significant in this connection is!
that Rickard had investedsub-
stantially in the Miami BeachI
Kennel club, besides holding otherI
Florida interests.
For years Rickard maneuvered
in an effort to obtain possession
of an outdoor arena in the metro-
which would enable him to plan
politian district or to erect one
his outdoor spectacles with the
same certainly he operated indoors
at Madison Square Garden. It can
only be speculated upon whether
he eventually hoped to gain con-
trol of the Polo Grounds or build
a new arena in Jersey City, as itf
is said he contemplated.
As far back as 1924 Rickard
sounded out Colonel Jacob Ruppert
on the possibility of acquiring the
New York Yankees, world's cham-
pions then, as now. It was not so
much that Tex desired to have
control of an arena adequate to
stage his outdoor boxing extra-
vaganzas.
HAMBURG.--A mechanical pin
boy to set up the bowling pins ,has
been invented by a German in-
ventor.
--

ball contests, which will be start-
ing in the near future.
George Withrow, also a Junior
manager, will have charge of the
work in Intramural hockey circuit.
Prouse, Sophomore tryout has been
chosen to help Withrow at the
Coliseum.
Kenneth Black with K. Bennett,
another sophomore tryout,, will
keep the swimming meets going in
full blast, while the foul throwing,
relays, bowling, and indoor track
will be placed in the hands of Joe
Arsolowicz, Junior manager, with
K. Bennett lending a helping hand.
The two Senior managers feel
that with the work of the staff
divided in this manner, the activi-
ties of the season can be conducted
in a swift and orderly fashion.

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onto an escalator in early childhood. They buy
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from again."
Nevertheless, the most ccii.rmed voyageur
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or a package of the same on a card table at
the Army Club at Simla, or on meeting an Arab
camel-boy whose only English is"Sooch popular
mos' be desarve!"
For Chesterfield's popularity never saw a sun-
set; travel as far as you will, this cigarette will
always be somewhere ahead, ready to bring
good taste and good tobacco home to you.
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