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11-IlL NIR(tIUAIN DIJiLYI

HLLII U UH$'L
LEINT REGARDI0NG
AR0SITY GONTESTS
-- -
ERAL DATES IN VARIOUS
SPORTS HAVE BEEN
ANNOUNCED
RTHELME REFUSES TO
LAKE ANY STATEMENT
e Baseball Games With Cornell
and Indoor Meet With Orange
Certain
ith the Michigan students specu-
g as to the probable schedule of
Wolverine athletic teams, the ath-
association persists in maintain-
sphinx-like silence. In the mean-
there remains the unsatisfactory
em of watching for the schedules
ther colleges as they appear and
rtaining whether the Wolverines
included.
imors and definite announcements
erning encounters with other in-
tions in all branches of sport have
reaching Ann Arbor and several
ests are assured. Baseball games
Cornell, a baseball game with
mazoo colleges and an indoor
k meet with Syracuse are actually
ed and there are other interesting
>rs which concern Notre Dame,
ell and the Illinois indoor invita-
meet for the track squad.
. What Bartelme Says.
aletic Director Bartelme said last

have a well balanced aggregation. If
Michigan should meet Cornell, Eddie
Carroll gets another crack at his old
enemy, Windnagle. Last year at the in-
tercollegiates Eddie ran second to
Windnagle and the Cornell star was
clocked in 4:15, which stamps him as
one of the finest milers in the world.
Carroll_ didn't exactly cover himself
with ignominy on this occasion either,
running 4:16 2-5. A struggle between
this pair would alone be worth treble
the price of admission, even if the
usual rates were boosted on account
of the war.
How About Illinois?
Illinois is planning to hold a big in-
vitation meet this winter in her big
gym and if it isn't strictly a confer-
ence affair, someone started the rumor
that the Michigan team would be
among those present. This is held the
same night as the indoor eastern in-
tercollegiates and it seems probable
that the Michigan forces will journey
eastward.

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* WONDER IF THEY USED
* SNOW SHOVELS FOR BATS

Cleveland, 0., Jan. 15.-The
mercury stood below zero here
this afternoon, but it didn't have
the effect of stopping 12 young-
sters, averaging ten years, from
playing a scheduled game of
baseball.
They built a fire to warm the
batteries and did their sliding
in the snow. They are not mem-
bers of the "hot stove league."
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BASKETBALL FANS'
SHOWINGUP WELL
Delta l'psilon and Beta Theta P1 in
Van Among Frater-
nities
MORE THAN SIXTY SQUADS IN
IACES FOR TWO TITLES GIVEN
Armstrong and Chatfield Boarding
house Members Coing
Strong
With 60 some odd squads appearing
regularly for practice and battle, the
fraternity and boarding house league
continues as an established success
and basketball seems to be the head-
liner on the sport bill offered to the
campus this winter. With the present
interest maintained and increased the
coming year should be able to show a
Varsity team for which no excuses or
alibis are necessary and a team sup-
ported by an enthusiastic student
body.
It is yet early to pick the winners
from a league which is composed of
65 members, everyone of which has
entered directly into the spirit of the
newly chosen Varsity sport and which
is producing efforts and material far
from the comic variety. In some cases
organizations in the league are put-
ting two, three, and four teams
through the regular practice. Among
the teams which at present stand high
in the series are the Delta Upsilon
and Beta Theta Pi fraternities. The
former organization has to date, a
clean record and has unusually bright
prospects for a continuance of this
perfect performance. The success of
this team is due for the most part to
a number of experienced players,
some of which are known to the cam-
pus through action in the interclass
series of the past year or two and who
have been chosen on the all-campus

terclass tournament. Several classes
have not yet elected their representa-
tives and until they do so things will
be at a stand still.
Klausner 's Will
Feature Carnival
Detroit's "Castles on Ice" Engaged to
Skate by Women's
League
Ann Arbor will be given the oppor-
tunity tomorrow night to see Detroit's
"Castles on Ice" when Mr. and Mrs.
Klausner, exponents of the so-called
continental style of "ice dancing," are
to give an exhibition in the carnival
given by the athletic department of
the Women's league at Weinberg's
coliseum. The remarkable combina-
tion of dancing and skating which they
present was really American in origin
but was introduced into Europe by
Jackson Haynes in 1880 during its
popularity here and was so much ad-
mired in the Scandinavian countries
that it has taken rank with their native
dances in favor among the people.i
Mr. Klausner has refused to give
lessons in his art at any price, ex-
hibiting occasionally when the fancy
seizes him. He will give a program
here of mazurkas, waltzes and in-
tricate basket figures.
A game of ice hockey has also been
arranged for the carnival between the
dents and the junior engineers.
Tickets have been placed in nearly
all the houses and may also be ob-
tained at Moe's athletic store, Wahr's
and the Delta. They will be sold in
the Library today from 8 o'clock until
4 o'clock. Olga Shinkman, '17, is in
charge of the affair.
The Michigan Daily for service.

FORMER PARTNER OF CHAS.
FROMIAN SERIOUSLY SICK
New York, Jan. 15.-Al Hayman
well known theatrical man, is in a
serious condition at his apartments atj
the Waldorf today following a stroke
of paralysis. 1-layman was formerly
the partner of Charles Frohman and
was one of the leaders in theatrical
circles for the last 30 years.
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PRINCETON HONORS SKATING CARNIVAL, Wed., Jan.
HER TRACK COACH 17, 7:30 to 10 P. M. Fancy skaters
from Detroit. Weinberg's Coliseum.
-- Tickets at the Delta, Wahr's and Moe's
Keene Fitzpatrick, Former Michigan Athletic Store. 16
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ing a course in commercial branches
Keene Fitzpatrick, former Wolver- at the School of Shorthand, Classes
ine track coach and trainer, and now beginning now. 16
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ber of the class of 1916. This is the O. G. Andres for shoe repairing. 222
second time that the Tiger mentor has S. State. 'Phone 1718-J. tues-eod
has been so honored and indicates the
esteem with which the Nassau students
and alumni regard the promoter of
athletics. Fitzpatrick was also elected
The election took place at areunion
of the class of 1916 held in October 4J ~ rs
The letter advising the coach of the with his chily blasts
action of the class states that the
honor is extended in appreciation of ,
the efforts of the recipient to promoteadng
the best interests of Princeton and to-
wards helping individual members of
the class.D
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I can not give out any statement
to Michigan's, schedules. These
st be passed by the board of con-
1 of athletics before I am allowed
make them public."
Do you deny the three Cornell base-
1 .games?" he was asked.
I neither deny nor affirm them,"
replied. "I have nothing at all to
and can not make any statement
il the board acts upon our dates."
Phis policy seems unsatisfactory to
higan students, but there does not
m to be any 'remedy at present. Mr.
rtelme's hands are tied and it re-
ins for the Michigan 'campus to
utinize the, schedules of other in-
utions and draw what conclusions
y can.
'he Cornell games are split between
two universities with the Ithacans
wing the two games. The diamond
.flict which claims a Ferry field set-
g is scheduled for the second of
te, according to Cornell's list of
eball dates. The Wolverines ap-
r at Ithaca on the 16 and 17 of
y and it is assumed, of course, that
annual eastern trip will occur
week.
Meet Syracuse on Track.
yracuse announces that her track
m is busily engaged in rounding
shape for the Michigan-Syracuse
oor meet which takes place on the
d of February at the Orange in-
ttion. Michigan indoor track men
e always shown excellent form in
Syracuse gym, and the easterners
am to anticipate a large evening.
here are rumors of an indoor track
A with Cornell, but this seems
ue and indefinite at the present
e. Corne l ', wonderful track team
ast year . as rent asunder by grad-
ons in June, but Moakley could de-
p a band of whirlwinds from the
ates of the old soldiers' home and
h those ambitious.and agile youths
are enrolled in the Bid Red uni-
sity it is assured that they will

RESPONSES FOR BASKET
TOURNAMENT COMING UP
OVER 30 HIGH SCHOOLS HAVE AN-
SWERED; MANY TO
ENTER-.I

Thirty or 40 high schools of, the teams of these years.
state have responded to invitations to The Monks have also made a notic-
send teams to the first annual basket- able showing.
ball interscholastic to be held by the The boarding houses entering the
University athletic authorities, March league are also displaying a good
22, 23, and 24, many of the responses brand of basketball as well as a
being definite promises to enter. In- hearty interest. In this case the
terscholastic Basketball Manager W. teams have not progressed far enough
Lee Watson will send out 200 follow- to give any an upper hand. The Arm-
up letters Wednesday to schools which strongs seem to have a squad which
have been slow to respond. may enter into the final reckoning and
It has been the experience in track the Chatfield supporters claim that
interscholastics that replies have not their representative five will not finish
poured in until after the prospectuses last on the list. However, the series
and entry blanks were sent out, and is still young and dark horses are ex-
it is expected that this will be the pected to show the necessary speed
case with the new tourney. Pros- after all blue-books are safely passed.
pectuses will be sent out about Feb. 1,
stating the final date for entry. HOCKEY SEASON WILL OPEN
Teams are attracted to this tourney TOMORROW AT. WEINBERG'S
by the provision which has been made
to allow them to arrange to meet op- J Engineer-Dent Game to Furnish
ponents of their own choice, such as Headliner for Women's League
teams which they would like to play, Carnival
but which they would have no other --
chance of meeting. The hockey season will be officially
Additional prizes will be offered in opened tomorrow night at Weinberg's
a few days and the officials hope that coliseum when the junior engineers
students from within the state who go will engage the denists in an exhibi-
home between semesters will boost tion match as, part of the carnival of
the interscholastic to their home town the athletic department of the Wom-
youngsters in the basket tossing sport. en's league. This was decided at the
I meeting of hockey managers yesterday
University's Case Set for January 24 afternoon.
The hearing of the case of the Uni- The game promises to be an excit-
versity of Michigan against Edward I ing one, as both teams were bidders
Duffy and others, in which the Uni- for last year's all-campus title. The
versity seeks condemned lands for new bridge builders finished second and
building, has been set for Jan. 24. were just nosed out of the title posi-
tion by a combined lit team by a score
Do you wish to become a private of 1 to 0, while the tooth-pullers filled
secretary? Enroll today at the School in in third place.
of Shorthand, 711 No. University Ave. Nothing definite was done by the
16 managers in regard to the coming in-

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FOX TROT BALL
At Armory
Fischer's first nine piece orch.
FRIDAY, JAN. 19, 1917
Dancing 9-1
Special Music
Tickets at BUSY BEE
#1.0 per couple
This dance is strictly for students

THE DELTA CAFE MANAGEMENT
ANNOUNC ES
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We take complete charge of dinner and dancing
parties and give service which is
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