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MATHER LOOKS FOR HARD
SAME WITHNORMAL FIVEi
VARSITY LINE-UP WILL BE SAME
AS ONE WHICH OPENED YEAR
With the Western State Normal
game three days off, Coach Mather is
leaving nothing undone to give the
Normalites an evening of real enter-
tainment and incidentally to get re-
venge for the lacing they handed the
Wolverines last year. In meeting
Western State Normal, Michigan will
oppose a team which is fully equal in
strength to many of the Big Ten
teams. The Varsity mentor is making
no prophesies as to the outcome, but
expects to meet their attack more suc-
cessfully than last year.
Wolverine Line-up Unchanged
Little change has been made in the
Wolverine line-up, and the team to
face the Normal quintet Saturday will
be the same as they one which downed
Kalamazoo College last Friday. Wil-
liams, Rea, Wilson, and Peare will
alternate at guard, Miller and Whit-
lock will play the forward positions
and Weiss or Wickham at center.
Wickham is a dark horse candidate
for the pivot position and has shown
to advantage in recent practices.
Rea and Dunne Not Yet in Shape
Despite the recent shattering of
prospects, all hopes of a winning five
have not been abandoned. Rea, star
long shot- of last season and one of
the most versatile men on the squad,
is much improved, and his condition
is such that he will be available for
the big games in January. Rea's pres-
ence on the squad will do much to
bolster up the defense and speed of
play. Duke Dunne also will be in
condition for the early games after
At 12:15 o'clock Thursday at
the Rentschler studio, the Var-
sity team picture for the Michi-
ganensian will be taken. The
names of the men who are to
appear in the picture are posted
on the bulletin board at the
TRHE TRYOUTS SPEED
UP BEFORE VACTION
AFTER HOLIDAYS COACH WILL
BEGIN ON MORE INTEN-
With but a few days more of prac-
tice time before vacation, Coach Steve
Farrell is speeding up the Varsity
track workouts in order to have
everything in readiness when the in-
tensive training begins early in Jan-
uary. The number of candidates is in-
creasing daily and with the greater
number, an improvement in the cali-
ber of the men can be seen.
Butler Training Consistently
Captain Butler has been working
though somewhat handicapped by
muscle trouble is fast rounding into
the shape that made his work last
year stand out so prominently. Sim-
mons and Losch were on hand yes-
terday afternoon and devoted most of
their time to pacing the new candi-
dates through some trials.
Cruikshank has been showing im-
proved form on the high hurdles and
with Spurrier will make this depart-
ment of the team look more formid-
able when actual competition com-
mences. The pole vaulters, Wesbrook
and Slaughter, have not been called
upon for as much work as some .of
the other men, but the times that
they have been out are noteworthy for
the consistently good performances
Weight Men Working
Stipe was doing better than 41 feet
with the shot yesterday in practice
and doing it often enough to make
Coach Farrell believe he will be capa-
ble of bettering 43 feet before the
season closes. Van Orden and Planck
have also been working with the
weight since the close of football sea-
son and both men have shown good!
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