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ARTISTS AT WORK
Official Call Has Not Been Issued But
Big Squid of Athletes Are
in Active Training
GOOD RELAY QUARTET IN SIGHT

Nothing pertaining to good perform-
ances will be expected from any of the
men in thie early stakes of training;
but the coach wishes it understood
that the proximity of several of the in-
door meets necessitates an early start
if the Wolverine speedsters are rgive
the best account of themselves.

INTERGLSS ATHLETICS
BEGIN AFTERCHRISTMAS
Overcrowded Gym Prevents Interclass
Men From Taking Up Winter
Sports Until After Holidays

SOER TEAM OPPOSES I Here's an Eastern Critic Who Rai
Colgate and Brown Before Pittsl
TEACHERS SQUAD T"o"Y"
Lawrence Perry, the sporting editor 5. Georgetown.
Michigan Aggregation Meets Ypsilanti of the New York Post, believes Colgate 6. Harvard.
Squad on Latter's Field in should rank ahead of Pittsburg. He 7. Princeton.
8. Pennsylvania.
Last Game of Year says in part: 9. Dartmouth.
"The season was not productive of a 10. Army.
Michigan's soccer team will invade great deal of high-class football. The 11. Navy.
the wilds of Ypsilanti today and will most consistent eleven of the year was 12. Pennsylvania State.
engage an aggregation of pedagogues Pittsburg. Hlow consistent the team 3. Cornell.
in mortal combat, as per arrangements would have been had the character of "In reading the above list it
for a return match. Last Saturday the opposition been more exalted is a be borne in mind that Brown d
Normalites came to Ann Arbor and a grave question The eleven's oreatest bar her team to freshmen, and t

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Michigan's 1917 track prospects are
already beginning to shape themselves,
Coach Farrell is' daily superintending
the efforts of some 40 or 50 candidates
although no official call has as yet
been made to those who have inten-
tions of trying out for the team.
The coach stated last night that
his annual call to the track men would
not be sent out until after Christmas,
but that it would do none of the as-
pirants any harm to get in a little
early work. Every afternoon for the
past week the coach has handled an
increasing number of men, of both
Varsity and freshman calibre.'
Red Donnelly, the diminutive miler
of the last seasons famous quintet of
champion half milers-Carroll, Ufer,
Murphy, Donnelly, and Fox-is the
only regular track man not back in
school this year who didn't graduate
last spring. Red is staying out this
year, but plans to reenter school next
fall. Murphy graduated from the lit
department last spring, but is taking
law and is eligible for Varsity com-
petition again, so that the famous two
mile relay team should be a strong one
again this winter. No Michigan man
will soon forget the dual meet in Buf-
falo with Cornell last year when the
Wolverine baton carriers handed a
licking to the Ithacans by a narrow
margin of less than five yards in a
neck-and-neck race from the start. Ini
handing second place to the Cornell-
ians, Michigan was compelled to equal
the world's indoor record which had
stood the test of ten years.
Pole vaulters had their first oppor-

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RING LARDNER OFFERS
COMMENT ON MICHIGAN
Ring W. Lardner offers the
following in yesterday's Chicago
Tribune:'
Voted Down.
"Senator Everybody was rec-
ognized and moved that Michi-
gan should re-enter the confer-
ence. The motion was voted on
with the following result:
AYES
"The Public. Michigan, Chi-
cago, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Il-
linois, Ohio States, Northwest-
ern, Iowa, Purdue, Indiana.
NOES

With 43 fraternity and 24 boarding
house basketball teams using the new
Waterman gym on four nights a week
and the military and naval corps using
the floor every Wednesday night, no
opportunity is given at present for
interclass indoor baseball and basket-
ball.
Both of these lines of winter sport
probably will start soon after the hol-
idays, though they may not be sched-
uled until next semester. In the
meantime the winter athletes will
have to be content with fraternity and
boarding house basketball, fraternity
bowling, wrestling, boxing, and track
practice.
Guards for the 'lights and nets will
have to be put up before indoor base-
ball can be played. This cannot be
done before the holidays. Soon after
the holidays nets will be installed for
two indoor baseball diamonds. At
this time last year the game was well
under way.
Students who seek exercise but who
do not belong to any teams of sport
playing their regular schedules will be
allowed to use the gym in the even-
ing this year, if plans which' are now
under consideration can be carried
out. These users of the gym will be
organized into handball teams and will
be put at other sports which can be
gotten up in a hurry.
D. S. Lenzner Made Honor Graduate
News was received yesterday from
.Fort Monroe, Va., that D. S. Lenzner,
'10E, who is first lieutenant in the
coast artillery, United States army, has
just completed the course at the coast
artillery school as an honor graduate.
Lieutenant Lenzner is a brother of
Ruth Lenzner, '17.

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neat little defeat was meted out to claims to a so-called championship
them. Today's contest will mark the rest upon victories over Syracuse,
close of the 1916 soccer season. torn to pieces by jealousy and dissen-
Yesterday the soccerites were put sion throughout the season, and over
through a stiff scrimmage which ended Pennsylvania in the middle of the sea-
under the electric lights. After this son before the Red and Blue had be-
practice Coach Peirsol remarked that gun to find herself. To be hailed as
with a better field and better weather champion a team should defeat cham-
conditions the Wolverines ought to win pions, and this Pittsburg did not d.
by a comfortable margin. Colgate had a splendid season marred
The team will leave Ann Arbor start- only by a defeat by Yale. But since
ing from State and Packard streets the Hamilton team actually outplayed
at 2 o'clock. The game will start the Elis, since the Blue's score was the
promptly at 3 o'clock. result of a punting break we have no
The lineup: Michigan-Plummer, great reason to set the Maroon aside
o.l.; Kaufman, i.l.; Kiefer, c.; Domboo- because of this. Colgate defeated
rajian, l.r.; Snyder, o.r.; Panayotides, Illinois-which crushed Minnesota-
r.h.; Fleischer, c.h.; Brush, I.h.; Tri- and she also vanquished Syracuse and
politis, r.f.; Cohen, I.f., and O'Brien, Brown. There is, thus, every warrant
goal. for placing Colgate at the head of the
Ypsilanti-Frandy, o.l.; Lett, i.l.; Easterh teams and defining her as one
Lee, c.; McMurray, i.r.; Holmes, o.r.; of the strongest if not the strongest,
Gross, r.h.; Armstrong, c.h.; Day, I.h.; elevens in the country. The teams of
Hoagland, r.f.; Hutchinson, I.f., and the East may be rated, merely in the
Miller, goal. way of personal opinion, as follows:
Referee-Cappy, England. Time of 1. Colgate.
halves-25 minutes. 2. Brown.
--- 3. Pittsburg.
The Michigan Daily for service. 4. Yale.

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Army, Navy, and Georgetown, besid
having no first-year rule, receive pla
ers from other colleges and play the
or not as their skill suggests."
Regent Beal Heads Civic Yule-Ti
Ann Arbor is to have a municil:
Christmas tree. A meeting of t
representatives for the various war
of the city was held on Monday af
ernoon, at which time Mr. Junius
Beal, regent of the University, w
elected chairman and Miss W.
Saunders secretary of the committe
which will have in hand the l-lannin
of the festivities. Court house squa
will be the scene of the merrymakii
on Christmas day. Here the monst
tree will be erected and illuminat
at 4 o'clock in the afternoon.

* "The chair announced that the *
* motion was lost and adjourn- *
* ment was taken for one year." *
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OUTLOOK GOOD FOR WRESTLING
TOURNAMENT NEXT SEMESTER
Prospects for a strong wrestling
club are better this year than ever
before. A number of old club mem-
bers and some new men are busily
working out in Waterman gymnasium
every day, although not much work
will be done until next semester. No
tournament matches will take place
until next semester, but a meeting of
the clurb will be held soon, probably
Friday, to get a line on the material
that can be depended upon this year.
Funeral of John Schmidt Yesterday
John Schmidt, president of the board
of public works of the city, died at his
home last Sunday. He has been con-
fined to his home for the past month
with poor health. He is survived by
a widow, a daughter, and two sisters
of Detroit. The funeral was held from
the family residence at 2 o'clock yes-
terday afternoon.

We can paper that room during
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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1916
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tunity of showing their wares at.
climbing over the high altitudes yes-
terday. Owing to the fact that Mich-
igan's stick handlers were very weak
last season, special attention will be
given to all those'wishing to go out
for the altitude part of the sport.
The shot hoisters have also been
held back by lack of a place to work,
but the big boys can get in a few licks
before train time for Xmas vacation

Hobart Guild to Give Christmas Dance
The Hobart guild will give its an-
nual Christmas dance for members
only at Harris hall from 2:30 to 5:30
o'clock Saturday afternoon, Dec. 16.
The chaperones will be Rev. Henry
Tatlock and Mrs. Tatlock, Prof. S. L.
Bigelow and Mrs. Bigelow, Prof. G. W.
Patterson and Mrs. Patterson. The
music for the occasion will be furnish-
ed by Ike Fisher.

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