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uad E 1 MATHER ARIVS
a CLc AS l9NEW BASKETC CCHI

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Line for

Geddes avenue 'boulevard is now
the scene of action in the afternoons
as well as evenings since Coach Far-
rell's cross-country men have started
their workouts. I
The men, were given light exercise
for the first day and this program
will be. carried out for most of this
week, working up gradually to the
stiffer schedule which will be ,nec-
essary later.

APPOINTNIiT 1i' LUIDES
WITH ALL-FRESH
TEAMS

#WORK

TOGS
regu-

ster- Upperclassmen Needed
eans Monday afternoon saw 25 or 30
aen. thin-clad men out on the hills on the
ing, 'first day of regular running for the
fter- long distance squad. This is a cred-
itable showing for the first day but
the the coach expressed regret that only
rim- 10 of the number were from the three
tilt upper classes, the' remainedr being
rsity first year m'en. There are very few
e to old. crogs-country men in school at
ever present and there, is a great oppor-
goal 'tunity for upperclassmen who come
,out at this time.
Those' who reported were sent out
in groups of three and four to run'
the three. miles at a jog. As far as pos-
field sible an experienced man was sent
line with each group and he saw to it that
and the runners did not overwork- on the
.mes first day.-
n at
with Class Runners at Field
lock At the same time that the distance
'ight men are running from the gymnasium
end Carl Johnson is training the candi-
at' dates for the interclass relay meet at
uard Ferry fild.- The showing is good
bul- from all classes, -specially the first
and second years, but Captain John-
ame son would like to have more material
half, from which to pick his teams, as each
re- class will be represented by eight
the men.
own. The inter-class relay meet will be
staged between the, halves of the
uni- Michigan-O. S. U. football. game on
ntic October 25, and the men who make
it a the teams will be awarded class nu-
merals. -
the
tch- NORTHWESTERN BASEBALL MEN
n to INDULGE IN FALL PRACTICE

Edward J. Mather of. Kalamazoo
college, who has been selected as
Michigan's head basketball coach and
assistant mentor for baseball and
football, arrived in Ann Arbor Mon-
day.
Coach Mather joins the Wolverine
staff with an unusually brilliant in-
dividual athletic record. During his
years at Kalamazoo between 1906 and
1910 he was active on the indoor
court, the diamond, and the grid-
iron. In 1909 he was chosen as All-
Western 'end by the Chicago News and
during his senior year was elected
captain of his college teams in all
three sports.
In his four years on the Kalama-
,zoo basket team, the new Michigan
coach never lost a game on the hone
floor. He won further honor by cap-
turing the championship of the M. I.
A. A. every year. The present basket-
ball leader also attended Lake Forest
university for two years.
Coach Mather broke into' uniform
yesterday and started his .cquaint-'
ance with the yearling gridiron
hopes. Coach Mitchell will continue
his organization of the first year men
until the new tutor accustoms himself
to the ropes and will then turn- to
intramurals which will constitute his
regular field.
INTERFRATERNITY STEWARDS'
ASSOCIATION MEETS TONIGHT

SISLER HANGS UP
STEALING RECORD
George Sisler, former University of
Michigan twirler, has again hung up
a neat record for himself as a major
league ball player by ranking second
in the American league in base-steal-
ing. George has swiped 28 sacks dur-
ing the course of the closing season,
while Eddie Collins, who leads the jun-
ior league has a total of 32.
Cobb Still Bats
George bested the great Tyrus who
ran him a close race with 27 stolen
bases, tying with Rice of Washington,
for third place. Sisler's batting eye
apparently has not suffered from any
visible defects, at least it has been
able to see an average of 341.
Cobb has annexed the batting cham-
pionship of his circuit for the twelfth
time in 13 years. His official average
has not been determined, but as late
as the 27th of September his figure was
reported at .379. This is 29 points
better than Veach's mark.
In spite of all those home runs, 28
of 'em, Babe Ruth ranks seventh in the
batting race with Cobb, Sisler, Veach,
and others. His passel of wallops have
netted 280 bases. Ruth also has driv-
en out 34 doubles and a dozen triples,
the whole proceedings averaging 323,
including' the game of Wednesday,.
Sept. 25.
Toledo Bill Club to Change Hands
Toledo, Ohio, Oct. 6.-The Toledo
baseball club of the American associa-
tion is about to 'change hands. Roger
Breshanan's $15,000 stock has been put
upon the market and the stockholders
at the next meeting to be held soon,
will elect a president in Breshanan's
place, they say.
Did our team win? Don't ask ques-
tions, read the Michigan Daily. All
campus, city and world news.-Adv.
.

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Stewards of all fraternities are ask-
ed to meet with the Interfraternity
Stewards' association at 7:30 o'clock
Tuesday evening on the third floor of
the, Union.
Plans which were started last year
have been completed and the asso-
ciation is ready to do businesa imme-
diately. Under the arrangements
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-Xinton Chosen as Indiana Captain
Roscoe "Cow" Minton, star end in
1917, was elected captain of the 1919
Indiana football team; Minton was in
service two years.

hicago, Oct. 6. - Northwestern's
eball candidates have already be-
work in preparation for next, sea-
's schedule. Coach .McGill has
a putting his men through their
es since last Wednesday and the
look for next year's team as judg-
by the material now practicing is

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