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TH13 MICHIAN OATLY

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YSj1 HEDULE
15S NUT WEK

BABE RUTH WILL BATTLE FOR NEW
CONTRACT WITH COL. JAKE RUPPERT

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Pucksters Preparing for
G~me With Chatham
December 9.

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Tompkins, Crossman, and Reid
W l1 Form Nucleus of
Varsity Sextet.
Hockey fans will have their first
opportunity of seeing the Univer-'
'sity of- 1lichigan hockey team in
action this year when the varsity
eaige the strong Chatham, On-
puckstes at the Coliseum
next week.
T he Ontest was originally sched-
uled for a week from next Wed-
'esday, December 9. But, due to
t e schedUled appearance of Wil-
liam T. Tde afnd his troop-of ten-
nis stars at Yost Field House on
that night, an attempt is being
mader"to- advance the' date to the
f'lowing flight, December 10.
'sta P , cticesf in Coliseum.
The squad has' been working out
regularly at the Coliseum since the
' fl1o' Was converted into an ice-rink
71 short time ago. Starting tomor-
ro*othe'te,7m will work out every
nigd lrom '4 to- 8 o'clock.
Thirteen andidates' have been
working out in competition for the
plae- left vacant by graduation
last June:' Only three of last'yea's
rsi re back to defend the Con-
ference championship won last
year. ; These three veterans are
CaptAin- Jack Thompkins, goalie;
et andi ┬░Crossman, front line
~sVars -'
,Reid, Crossma.n Return.
With eid 'nd" " Crossman back,
Mlcigan has two of the highest
scorers in the conference, and the
two' highi point men of the Wolves
- tayear. -Reid's total for last year,
inclu'ilng games outside the con-
fe'elce, was '12 'goals to 20 for
Crossman. With Captain Thomp-
kins defending'the net as brilliant-
ly as usual. Michigan should have
another great team this year,
Thompkins being considered the
best intercollegiate goalee in the
contrixy; being named on the All-
American hockey team last year.
$ophmore.candidates also show
romise- and will be expected
to il the shoes of the graduates.
Coach Lowrey will have Chapman
and McCalleum as the most likely
material for the defense positions.
Last year, Lowrey picked McCal-
leum as the finest of the freshmen
defense men. The candidates for
the forward positions will be David,
,Muzzy, Sindles, Artz, Coventry and
Frimikles. The two other in com-
etition for varsity berths are
Prte, d e fe n se, andbCarpenter,
goalTee. .
Reserve Strength 'Unknown.
If injuries do not slow up Michi-
gan, 'they should be able to win
frm Chatham. in the first game'
id, however, may not be able to
_play'as hie was injured in the 'first
scrimmage of the year, but he may
~round into shape in time. Last year'
the Wolves won from the Canadian
team, and are expected to repeat.
Chatham, however, is one ofthe'
best teams in the Dominion, being
finalists last year in the Intermed-'
iate of Western Ontario, whotde-
feated ,Michigan last year, 2 to 1.
This game will be held at the Col_
ieum U eember 17th.
Intramural Activities
to Resume Tomorrow
The intramural sports activities,
which were considerably delayed by
the Thanksgiving recess, will be
resumed again tomorrow night. In
dual swimming at 7:30 Phi Gamma
Delta will engage Delta Kappa
Epsilon, and Alpha Omega meets
Tau Kappa Epsilon. At 8:30 Tri-
angle swims" against Delta Alpha
Epsilon and Lambda Chi Alpha
tbattles Chi Rho. Besides the meet,
the s 'eduled fraternities will also
it' iWater polo.
Handball competition will see Phi
eta Pi pitted against Psi Upsilon
"t 7:30. At the same hour, Phi Sig-
'ma Delta meets Alpha Kappa Psi
'nd Alpha Kappa Lambda engages

,Alpha Sigma Phi,
At 7:15 Kappa Nu meets Phi
Delta Theta in the volley ball lea-
gue. At. the same hour Theta Xi
takes on Phi Sigma Kappa, and one
hour later, Phi Beta Delta meets
Theta Chi.

Companions at Other Times,
Each Has Sent Out Spies to
See What Other Wants.
NEW YORK, Nov. 28.-( P)-The
two boon companions, Babe Ruth
and Col. Jacob Ruppert, are busy
brushing up their lines for another
battle of the fountain pens.
At St. Petersburg in 1930 the
doughty owner of the Yankees
finally cornered his prize bludge-
oner and.) virtually forced him to
sign a contract for two years at
$80,000 per.
Now it's ime for another one.
The famous St. Petersburg docu-
ment has run its course, and the
Colonel and the Babe have, started
light training for the forthcoming
fray. Each is reported to have dis-
patched his most trustworthy scouts
to snoop around the rival camp and
find out what, if anything, is on
the other's mind.
Yankee headquarters today sent
out what amounted to the opening
TO BIG-TEN TITLE

jab at the world's highest salaried
athlete, who is occupied right now
Vith a series of movie shorts in
Hollywood.
"We don't intend to hold any
preliminary conference with the
Babe," said Ed Barrow, secretary
of the club. "When the contracts
are sent out in January, he will
get his along with the rest of them.
Then, if it doesn't suit him, there
will be plenty of time for confer-
ences."
As the Bambino never has been
known, over a long span of years,
to like any contract that was poped
at him through the mails, it is' a
foregone conclusion therewill be
some high-powered conferences.

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time and time again, raced down
the field to down Evehardus' long
punts before the Badgr safety
mazy, Rebholz, could run them back
against the Wolverines.
After a comparatively slow first
half, the Wolverines came back in
powerful fashion to make toe fina
appearance of their graduating
seniors a complete success. Hudson,
Hewitt, Samuels, Auer, LaJeunesse,
Hozer, Douglass, Sikkenga, and
Daniels all finished their careers at
Michigan, while Doc Morrison, vet-
eran all-Conference center, was
forced to pass up his last chance to
play for Michigan while suffering
from a bad cold at his home in
Royal Oak.
Wisconsin took the initiative ear-
ly after the start of the game and
pushed the Wolverines back in their
own territory. Everhardus kept
them at bay with his long kicks,
however, until McGuire intercepted
Hewitt's pass and raced to the Mich-
igan 11-yard line before being
forced outside. Another pass took
the ball to a point only a few yards
distant from the Michigan goal,
and at this point the Wolves held
for downs with the ball resting a
scant two feet from the final chalk
mark.
From the start f the second half
to the close of the game Michigan
had all the better of the play. Hud-
son's touchdown came early after
the start of the third period, and
late in that quarter the veteran
leader kicked his field goal that
sent the Wolverines nine points in
the lead.
In the final period Hewitt car-
ried it 19 yards around left end,
only to be shoved out on Wiscon-
sin's 16-yard line. On the first play
Everhardus circled the other end
for 15 yards and a first down on the
one-yard line, from where Bill
Hewitt carried it over on the next
play.
Hewitt and Everhardus were the
outstanding ground gainers for
Michigan, while Schneller and Reb-
holz starred in the backfield for the
Badgers. On the line Auer, Hozer,
and Williamson stood out especially
well for the Maize and Blue, while
Stout and Kabat were the main-
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