ospects_,,for a successful track
next season are good," said
i Farrell, when interviewed
day. "Although no official call
;e made for track men until after
tmas, there 'are 45 men working
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Much promise for the future. Moul-
tirop, at forward, and Mason, who
has been working at both center and
forward, played the former position
well. The lack of a center with ex-
perience was a great worry to the new'
coach, but if Mason continues his
present game, he will remedy 'this de-
feet, to a large measure.. Moulthrop
and Rea au the best forwards that
haves been out this year, to judge
from thie playing that they have thus
far done. Several of the -men that
are out for the. forward positions will
undoubtedly come through once they
have played in a regular game.
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better shape. By the end of next
week Coach Mather hopes to have the
men -in regular places and running
through the plays every night, in or-
der to gain teamwork and experience-
from playing together.
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Because the Ypsilanti Dasxetball five
has been on the floor only four days,
and;Slaughter are doing,
exceptionally well in the pole vault, Mibhigan is not playing a game to-
considering the earliness of the sea- night. Coach Mather called the Nor-
son. Cross, of las't year's Varsity, A : mal mentor as soon as the game with
hLLV LL&LAa hb ill tn fell thruh but.
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cautse of an injury to his knee.
Johnson, Michigan's all-round, star,
is rapidly coming, into shape. Great
things may be expected from him this,
year in the' high- junip and dashes.
Johnson also excells in the broad
jump. Later, Haig and Hobi are also
doing well in the high jump. Lask-'
mith and Beardsley are practicing
daily on the hurdles.
Baker, weight man of last year's
varsity, is being coached ' by Cecil
Cross, one of Michigan's best old time
the r11SCalee ML11gOL 1>1U~ , u
was not able to make arrangements.
The game' with the Kalamazoo quintet
Saturday night will open the season
on the lotal court. Three games l ve
been lined up for the proposed Christ-
mas vacation trip, and but one or
two more are wanted.
Coach Mather is much encouraged
by the improvement in the playing of
'the members of the squad in the last
two days. Up until Wednesday night
there was nothing of a remarkable
nature being shown by any 'of the
members of the team, but several df
the men have come through the last
It is the intention of the coach to
use a many of his squad of 27 as he
possibly can in the game with Kala-
mazoo College Saturday. In this way
he can get a line on the relative abil-
ity of the different candidates, and
w111 be able to work on the special
needs of the men. As yet only the
rudiments of team play have been laid,
and the division between the players
into first and segond teams is yet to -
come. The little team play that the
men have been run through was rather
poor until Wednesday, when th play-'
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