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THE' MICHIGAN DAILY

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DETEBMINATION FEATURES GRIDIRONI
WORK FROMI YST DOWN TO TRYOUTS

Another Plea On ehalf Of Cross
Country Squad Is Voiced By Runner

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Dean Cabot and Dr. Busby of Medical
School to Take Charge 6! AUl
Injuries
CRIPPLES FOLLOW TEAMMATES
/ AROUND FINAL SIGNAL DRILL
Varsity football practice yesterday
afternoon was featured by a spirit of
determination and fight shown by
everyone from Yost down to the man-
ager tryouts.. Eddie Usher and Hugh
Wilson insist they will be all well by
Saturday and are anxious to get in
against the Scarlet and Grey but they
are so badly crippled that it is very
doubtful if Archie Hahn will let them.
Cabot and Busby Serve
Dr. Busby and Dean Cabot of the
Medical school will be on hand every
afternoon to take care of injuries.
This should be a great help in keeping
the squad at the peak of physical per-
fection. Smith, Wilson, Usher, Petro,
Wieman, and Neisch, in a suit for the
first time in quite a while, were follow-~
ing the first team around during sign-
al practice. These men are on the
cripple list at present although some
of them will be able to play Satur-
day if needed.
All the backs were kept busy most
of the afternoon passing, receiving,
and breaking up passes. Much atten-
tion was given the frontwall, the men
charging against an oppoding line
made up of'coaches. Goebel was punt-
ing along with Steketee and he was
getting off some long high ones that
will mean many yards if Uteritz calls
him back from end, day. after tomor-
row.
Probable Line-up Announced
The team will probably line up
against Ohio State as follows: Kipke
and Steketee, halves, Roby at full
back, Uteritz at quarter, Goebel. and
Kirk ends, # Cappon and Muirhead
tackles, Dunne and Johns guards and
Vick center. Dean and Fairbairn,
whom Yost has been trying on the.
line ,at fullback, Searle at half, and
Knode at quarter will have first call
Have your name stamped in gold on
your books, bill-folders, and other ar-
ticles you do not wish to lose. Phone
2384-3. 1349 Wilmot.-Adv.

on the backfield positions if they are
needed. Swan is first choice for sub-
stitution at guard.
MATHR OW HAS COURT
SQUAD oF 80YWOKING
VARSITY AND FRESHMAN COACH-
ES STILL LOOKING FOR XORE
CANDIDATES
Eight new men reported to Coach
Mather for the Varsity basketball
squad this week, bringing the number
of men who are out for the team up to
60. Although this sounds-like a large
squad, the coach is still desirous of
having more men show up for the team
as he is always on the search for new
material.
Still on Rudiments
The men are still being put through
the rudiments of the game such as
passing, throwing, blocking, so that
late additions to the list of tryouts
have as much -chance as the men who
started last week.-
C,oach Mather is rather shy of sea-
soned material this year and has only
two of last winter's team.back on the
squad. A great loss to the team is
that of 'Duke" Dunne, center on the
team which last year tied for the Con-
ference championship. "Duke" is in
the Law scho'ol this year and his stud-
ies will keep him off the squad. Math-
er also lost a guard and forward by
graduation. The loss of these men
leaves only Rea and Miller as a nu-
cleus for the court five of 1922.
Fisher Wants Freshmen
Coach Fisher of the freshman squad,
has issued another call for yearling
candidates for his team. At present
there are only 40 men out for that team
which is much below the usual num-
ber of men who turn out for the first
year squad. Practice for the 1925 men
will be held at Waterman gymnasium
at 7 o'clock this evening and all fresh-
men are urged to come out for prac-
tice.
Pay your Daily subscription today.

(By L. W., )
MICHIGAN AT THE BOTTOM OF
THE CONFERENCE
Sounds unfamiliar doesn't it? Un-
believable almost- but, nevertheless,
the bitter truth.
In a major sport-cross country-
Michigan has at present the poorest
team in the Western Conference, with
nothing to encourage hope for the fu-
ture.
During the war and the absence
of Coach Farrell while in the service,
our cross country team fell to pieces.
Baseball and track lived through the
war. Football and basketball have
been rebuilt. But cross country went
down, and is still going down-to what
depths of disgrace none can foretell.
Farrell Not to Blame
Not one particle of blame rests upon
Coach Farrell. "Steve" has turned out
strong teams by making good runners
from apparently hopeless material.
And he trained Eddie Carroll, who, at
the Eastern intercollegiate, in the
greatest race this country has ever
seen, fought Winnagle, of . Cornell,
down the home stretch of a mile in
4:15. And who went back in the fall
of the same year to the Eastern inter-
collegiate cross country meet and,
running a strange course flnishd sec-
ond; forcing the wonderful Johnny
Overton to the race of his life.
'Steve" can train distance runners.
But he cannot make them, out of emp-
ty lockers or the earth beside Water-
man gymnasium. He must have men
-and he is not getting them.
Only 29 at Trials
Last Saturday morning trials were
held for both the Varsity and fresh-
man squads. Twenty men answered
the call for the Varsity. Several of
the best of these were ineligible. For
the freshmen, nine men appeared.
We can enter a team of ten men in
dual meets. Saturday's trials showed
six men as Varsity prospects. The
rest were ineligible or so slow as to
make Michigan a pitiful joke in a Con-
ference meet. At least four of those
six will graduate this year. And those
include Captain Penberthy and the
three other men who have made the
best time so far this year. Will those
nine freshman produce enough good
cross country men to fill the vacant
places next year?
Or, will Michigan drop cross coun-
try entirely?
Large Numbers at Other Schools
Other Conference schools report
from 75 to 150 candidates. In the East
are still larger numbers. Yearly, Cor-
nell reports more than 300.
Michigan has 29-including fresh-
men.
What is the reason? There must be
one! Is it lack of information con-
cerning cross country; or lack of ap-
preciation? Or are Michigan men too
lazy to turn out?
There is a terse, unbeautiful wor
which, by sheer power and expressive-
ness, has forced its way into our lang-
uage-'Guts." The principal require-
ment of cross country running is Guts.
Nine of every ten men on the campus
are physically qualified-if they have
the Guts.
Now that does not mean that a man
must be able to go out and kill him-
self in a race. It means having suffic-
ent will power to keep himself in
condition to refrain from 'weak-
ening his body wtih ill food and
tobacco. And having enough determ-
ination to go out and work steadily,
and to do-not the impossible-but
simply the best that is in him.
Track Endangered
Michigan must have such men or
drop cross country. And when we
drop cross country we end forever
Michigan's long series of track chain-

pionships. For it is over the hills
in the fall that milers and two-milers
are developing; and without those,
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nowadays, no track team can aspire
to a championship.
In the past two years Michigan has
twice lost the Conference champion-
ship because, in the mile and two mile,
Illinois placed half a dozen men for a
flock of points; while Michigan lacked
a serious contender.
We cannot drop cross country-so
we must have men out. The campus
must take an 'interest in it. Turn out
to see the Purdue meet next Saturday
morning. Show these men who are
running that you appreciate their ef-
forts for Michigan. Talk it up!
Send Men Out
Upperclassmen, send the freshmen
out for cross country. And come out
yourselves. Beyond doubt there are
many men on the campus who could
make the Varsity before the end of
this year. Get them out!
Give "Steve" 200 freshmen and half
as many juniors and sophomores, and
next year he will give you a cross
country team equal to the best. And
the track championship of the West
will come back to Michigan, where it
belongs by ancient tradition.

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NOTICE
All freshman basketball can-
didates are to report for the
regular gymnasium classes until
the basketball squad is picked.
Men are also to see that they
have gymnasium lockers.

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