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~fu1in PearI

eful In Prepar-.
for Big
1ONGEST
A4MICHIGAIN
he usual scrub
ball, the 1923
done yeoman
he Varsity for
n. In spite or
gular team, no
from the year-
the knocks in-
thout a mur-
.at the fresh-
usually strong
1 than the first
e represented
hen the fresh-
lay outside. In
t they were
ys and forma-
week, to give
at the opposing
ere were many
hie older squad
e at all. This
he men on the
as to the men
practice, as
" the basis of
.ies, and they
te of the Yost
amen teams did
nd year.

to arrange for. a contest at this late
,date and the return gome with the
neighboring shin-lickers cannot take
place until later. Due to the report
that he game was possible this week
there was quite a turn-out for prac-
tice yesterday afternoon.
lATHER CALLS FOR MR
BASKETBALL. CANbIDATES
MENTOR THINKS THAT TURNOUTS'
SHOULD BE MUCH
LARGER
Coach Mather wants more men out
for basketball. Tlfis week only about
20 men have been coming out. The
trouble, he says, is that the men
come once and then stay away for the;
-rest of the week.
Captain Rychener expressed him-
self as follows: "Surely there are more'
than 30 fellows in a scho 1 this size
who play basketball. It 113 my belief
that there is a wealth of excellent
basketball material that is not com-
ing out. This same trouble was ex-
perienced in football. Men who can
play should show some spirit and get
out for the game."
Experienced Men Out
This year's squad shows seyeral
men who have had considerable ex-
perience in the game. Of course there
is Captain Rychener. He has had two
years on the Varsity and his record
speaks for itself. Jack Williams, al-
so on last year's' Varsity, has been
coming out. Jack has been suffering
with chronic appendicitis but it is
hoped that this condition will not
bother-him enough to prevent him
from playing. Nick Bartz who won
his "M" two years ago is practicing
with the men. It is at present doubt-
ful whether he is elihila Wickham

ce e t e gained him the honor of the captaincy
this year. He also played on the 1917
SH onor Ge tZ aggregation, so that, in point of ex-
perience, he is the oldest man of those
who will return next fall. The rea-
rr * son that he can play a fourth year is
that the 1918 season did not count in
reckoning the number of years of par-
ticipation allowed by the Conference.
The team's choice is popular on the
r °.rcampus. The student body, in all
<; A their criticism of athletic conditions
."this fall, have never once laid the
blame on Goetz' shoulders. It has
been evident that the rangy captain
has been exerting his best efforts to-
wards improving the situation all sea-
son. That things did vot turn out
better is certainly no fault of his.
It is the hope of all Michigan sup-
porters that Captain GO Mt will be
able 'to forget this season's disap-
poiitments in the glory of a success-
ful year on the gridiron 12 months
hence.

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)L te lion-' g u *Sw l4.a C ,3 Ai. l,
ken as part of Novak, Weiss, and J. Smith were on,
the first year last year's reserves.
i to the Con- Ruzicka, of baseball fame, and an
were 'allowed "M". winner in basketball two years
Big Ten sea- ago, is among the promising members
;un. Last year, of the squad. Pear and Rea receiv-
was no fresh- ed their numerals last fall on the all-
the men that fresh team. Rea, who hails from
s eleven were Erie, was a star in prep school and
is year affairs made a good showing on the fresh-
I and the first man outfit. He will put in a strong'
d the coach.,in bid for a berth on the Varsity. Then
In the 'week there are Sullivan, Gevirtz, McPhee,
e they put on Pearman, Hammond, Miller and oth-
h success that ers. 'All played on high school teams.
ayed several Sullivan was a guard at Detroit Cen-
tral and Gevirtz starred at Whiting.
een unusually Grilders Expected
revented from As yet none of the men who were
heir power by on the -football team have reported for
of players as workouts. Henderson, who may be
start of the remembered on the Detroit North-
dict where he -western team which won the state
next; few days, championship in the'tournment held in
r at all. There Waterman gymnasium several years
nber of play- ago, will be out for the squad. He
gh caliber, out should prove a strong. candidate. Of
on, and the Dunne, Stuart, and Eades, little is
ve all the de- known exceptthat they were on prep
y was another school teams. Thus far Whitie Wil-
son, a guard on last year's Varsity,
Eleven has not reported for practice.
on the fresh The coach strongly urges all men
at of any pre- who have played basketball to get opt
knowledge of for the team. More men must come
that they have out. It is but a matter of a few
he training de- weeks before the first game takes
laying against place. Coach Mather wishes" to see
d prove inval- more candidates.
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Angus Goetz has been paid the
qeatest tribute that his teammates
could bestow. To break a precedent
of two decades' standing in order to
re-elect him captain was a mark- of
confidence of the deepest significance.
It indicates that the men who fought
beside him throughout this discour-
aging season believe him to be a true
leader and worthy to hold the position
for a second time.
As far as actual playing is con-
cerned, Goetz has an enviable record.
He was the mainstay of the ;line all
season and was literally 'the only
man in the forward wall who was not
shifted about at some time or other.
It was his sterling performance last
year on the wartime eleven which
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