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Hard Practices Mark Swimming Drills For Ohio Stati



Close Finishes .mr e,
Close Fnishes Teams Play To Keep I
Are Predicted fWat-i When 24 Below
In All Events REPUBLIC, Mich., Feb. 18. -(A
n Ven SRepublic and National Mine played
basketball to keep warm here Mon-
day night, while the thermometer
Diver Patterson Bolsters registered 24 degrees below zero out-
Ohio; Reicke Expected side, with the former winning, 39-27.1
The game was played in Pastime'
T er r ATheater gymnasium, through which
cold and wind penetrate. With the
Michigan's Varsity swimmers will mercury hovering as low as it was
bs facing their toughest opposition outside, the temperature inside was
to date this winter when Coach Mike estimated as being below freezing and
Pepe brings his Buckeye natators the athletes were forced to wrap
Prmpe binShis ucen atrsthemselves in blankets to keep warm.
from Ohio State into Ann Arbor Sat- About 150 spectators managed to
urday night.-j brave the cold and watch the gameI


No Wo'der Gib James Is Good,
e Gw Up With Hockey Stars
By F DE) BUESSER served as his hockey idols. In Gib's
Any 135 pound sophomore who in estimation, Wally is the smartest and
his second Varsity start breaking Hec the fastest player in hockey
every existing scoring mark for col- today.
legiate hockey at a school as large as James' second aid as a Canadian
Michigan must have had a very defi- 'puck chaser was his coach, Allie Gar-
nite knowledge of the game before he land, whom Gib considers second only
commenced his collegiate career. to Eddie Lowrey. Garland took James
Questioning the smiling Gib James in in hand when he was just a raw-
the locker room just after he had boned speedster
scored ten goals and an assist against Lowrey was free in his praise of
St. Thomas last night. the entire James even before last night's per-
truth, only part of which had been formance, and said he expected the
known before, was revealed. sophomore flash to develop into one
Gilbert M. James is a native of of the greatest players Michigan has
Ottawa and has been on skates since ever had. Lowrey believes that Gib


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Ito finish one Ford valve

Coach Matt Mann is putting on the
pressure in practice drills this week,
but is not as optimistic as usual
over his proteges' chances against
the Scarlet and Gray performers.
Ohio State gave the Wolverines a bad
evening at Columbus last year before
bowing to the National Champions
52 to 32, and have a veteran aggrega-
tion back this season.
Bryant Won Twice
Baker Bryant, who gave State its
only first places against Michigan
last February in the 50 and 100-yard
sprints, is now a member of Coach
Mann's first year squad, but his is
the only loss.
The Buckeyes have been bolstered
by the addition of Jim Patterson,
rated quite a diver in his home
grounds, and Michigan's sterling
quartet of spring-board artists ap-
pear due for a struggle off the high-
board. Fred Kallman sneaked in for
a second in his last appearance
against Michigan and may surprise
Cody After Win
Fred Cody has a score to settle
with Charles Salie in the backstroke,
in his first appearance this season,
and quite a race should result. Coach
Mann is anxious to see Harry Reicke
sophomore who just obtained elig-
ibility, in action in the same event.
Frank Barnard and Dexter Woodt.
fokd are due to hook up in a pair
of exciting distance races.
The meet with Tex Robertson's
University of Texas team, definitely
scheduled for Feb. 25, has been can-
celled by the Longhorns due to the
impassibility of the roads over the
long route north and an epidemic of
influenza that has taken its toll.

which had originally been scheduled
for last Friday night but postponeda
because of the extreme cold thatl
night. Spectators kept their coats
buttoned and donned hats and gloves.
Cubs Start On J
Pennant Trail;
o Southward
CHICAGO, Feb. 18.- VP) - Man-
ager Charlie Grimm and a detach-
ment of his championship Chicago
Cubs, who got a World Series licking
at the end of their last train ride
together to Detroit, hit the transcon-
tinental trail tonight for he spring
training camp at Catalina Island,
In addition to Grimm, Cub officials
and newspapermen, 11 players, most
of them battery men, will be in the
party. Others will be picked up en
route while the remainder will depart
from Chicago next Monday. Every
man on the squad is signed except
Outfielder Augie Galan, who is ex-
pected to line up as soon as the team
assembles on the island.
"Full speed ahead," was Grimm's
slogan as he made final arrangements
for the getaway.
"We'll arrive Friday morning and
I want every man in uniform in the
afternoon," ordered the Cub pilot.
In keeping with owner Phil K.
Wrigley's suggestion, no wives will be
taken to the island camp.

he could walk, but the interesting has all requirements necessary to be-
portion of his career concerns the come an outstanding star, and his
three years he spent as a member of braininess will be an invaluable as-
the Ottawa Shamrocks. set. Heyliger and James gave an
Won Tbrce imes indication last night of what they
- -,,!could do when they teamed together

James played as left wing, the Sham-
rocks won the Ottawa district title;
three times, and each year were beat-1
en out of the Dominion championship
only by the winning team.I
Of the teammates whom Gib recol-

and with the Concord Flash feeding
the Ottawa Ottomon, M1/innesota had
best beware when they invade Annj
Arbor for the title series this Friday
and Saturday nights.

EACH Ford valve requires
twenty-five separate opera-
tions from the time work starts
on a rough valve until it is
ready for use. That is a sur-
prising number of operations
for such a simple looking
part, but typical of Ford care
in manufacturing.
The stems of the rough
valves first receive two pre-
liminary grinding operations.
Then they go through a fur-
nace where the heads are
brought to a red heat. Next,
automatic fingers place them
in a huge machine where a
ram strikes the red-hot heads.
This operation refines the
grain structure in the head,
straightens it, and forms the
valve seat.
Valves then pass through

polishing operations. Each
stem is ground five times for
-reater accuracy and smooth-
ness. Inspection gages keep a
constant check.
In spite of this care, each
Ford valve is subjected to
rigid final inspection. Ampli-
fying gages check the stem
for roundness within two ten-
thousandths of an inch. Simi-
lar gages check diameter.
Other inspection equip-
ment indicates the slightest
"run out" of seat and checks
stem end for squareness. Then
the valves go into a constant

lects most clearly, most have con- HAD HARD HEAD
tinued their puck careers with con- Jim Jeffries hit Bob Armstrong
siderable success. Tag Miller and on the head so hard that the crunch-
Lloyd McSquaham, both of whom ing sound caused the audience to fear
skated on the same forward line with that the Negro's neck was broken.
James, play on the best senior hockey Instead they found that Jeffries hand
teams in Canada, Miller with the Ot- had been crushed so badly that the
tawa Senators and McSquaham with glove had to be cut off.
the Toronto Varsity.
Bill Cowley, who played center on
the other Shamrock forward line, is a good speaker and a timely I
now starring for the Boston Bruins in subject-
the National League, while McIntyre
and Mentzel, also former Shamrocks, N v N
were drafted by European teams to
play in the Olympics, McIntyre with
Austria and Mentzel with Czecho-I T NE0 M A
Aside from the class of the team on 'A Program for Our Times"
which he gained his hockey exper- Spoitzsoed by the
ience, James had two other valuable Faculty-Citizens Committee
aids in acquiring not only hockeyF to be presented
ability, but hockey skill and an un- FRIDAY, FEBRUARY h
canny facility for being in the right at 8:15 P.M. in the
place at the right time.H A UsIOR..M
Learned From Kilreas Admission .. 25c
In the first place, he lived across
the street from the Kilrea brothers, TICKETS at
Wally, and Hec, both of whom are Wahis - Slater's - Ulrich's
now members of the Detroit Red Mack & Co. - League - Union
Wings. The Kilrea's gave James a Calkins-Fletcher
good deal of valuable advice and__

temperature room where they
are inspected for length.
The Ford V-8 runs like a
finie car because it is built like
a fine car. No car at any price


other grinding,

machining and Ii

made to

finer precision



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