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Greatest dissatisfaction at Michi
gan is over the football schedule,
which the students claim is neither
strong enough or representative, of
the colleges the Wolverines should
meet. Pennsylvania, Syracuse and
Cornell are big games, but the re
mainder of the Michigan schedule
holds no great class.
A meeting with such elevens as
Illinois, Chicago, Wisconsin and
Minnesota would increase athletic
interest at Michigan and would also
inject more life into Conference ath
letics. In the days when Michigan
was a championship factor each fall
there was greater enthusiasm than
there is now.
If Michigan wishes to return she
should be allowed to without having
to come in hat in hand. The Wol
verines are not in the position of sup
plicants. They want something, but
they have also something to offer.
Chicago defeated Ohio State in a
dual track meet on the Midway, 62
to 24. Chick Harley won the 50-yard
dash for the Buckeyes. Capt Fisher
of Chicago was the individual star
with two firsts and a third.
Welker Cochran defeated Sutton
in their 18-2 billiard match at Mus
sey's, 2,000 to 1,798.
Frank White defeated E. Lundgren,
Petersen's, 50 to 44, in a game of
the Chicago Billiard league at Fra
sor's. Basketball Scores
Ohio 29, Northwestern 12.
Norwestern Col. 26, M. A. C: 16.
Monmouth 30, Armour 23.
Marshall lights 18, Crane 14.
Englewood heavies 16, Phillips 4.
Phillips lights 18, Englewood 15.
Parker heavies 18, Tilden 9.
Parker lights 33, Tilden 6.
McKinley bantams 13, Medill 11.
McKinley lights 16, Waller 12.
Lane lights 12, Lake View 3.
Wabash 20, Indiana 17.
Wilson Ex. 29, Naperville "Y" 16.
Lacosas 24, Winnetkas 21.
, Welles Triangles 20, Elf Bates 7.
The Albany Park baseball clubr
which broke all records for attend
ance on the Northwest Side last
summer at its games, will give a ball
tonight at 3409 Lawrence av., the
end of the Ravenswood "L." As this
club will be in the City league this
summer a number of Chicago's best
amateur ball tossers are expected to
attend the dance.
Jimmy Kilroy, North Side fight
manager, shopping where the box
fighters gather, has arranged three
fights for members of his stable. Joe
Koske, welterweight, is to battle Jack
Malone ten rounds Feb. 19 at Supe
rior, Wis., before the Superior A. C. -The
winner will take on Kid Billings
at the club's next show.
Feb. 20 Kilroy's middleweight,
Mickey Anderson, will be sent
against Tim Hirsh for ten rounds at
St. Louis, and Eddie Duffyr flyweight,
will tackle Frankie Jummica, the
West Side Italian, in a private show
outside the city limits Feb.' 21. If
Jim expects to second his boys in all
these fights he will have to rival the
nimbly flea in hopping from place to
Ypung, Herman, managing Ray
Wallers, says he is being ignored by
Kilroy in angling for a fight. Her
man wants to send Wallers against
the best of the Kilroy entourage.
Herman has $100 in real money he is
willing to put up.
Following officers weer chosen at
the election of the Ragen Athletic
club: James J. O'Brien, president;
Frank Ragen, manager; Jas. O'Mal
ley, vice president; Frank Smith and
John O'Brien, financial secretaries;
E. R, Baldwin, recording secretary;
John McNichols and Joseph King, re-
cording secretaries; H. J. Crowley,
Hugh Mulligan and Charles Morley,
sergeants-at-arms; Michael Conley,
Ragen members are all het up with
enthusiasm over their boxing 'in
structor, Pete Boyle. They label
Boyle one of the cleverest handlers
of young mittmen in the city and
pioint to some of the products of his "