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TEAM HAS'IN U I.RE

o)verine Tankmen Will Have Stellar
Performers on Squad For
This Season
)ACH DRULARD TO POINT
MEN FOR EASTERN EVENTS
Swimming prospects for the coming
ar are the brightest in the history
the aquatic sport at Michigan, ac-
rding to all pre-season dope.; With
t two men lost by graduation, with
ery other member of last year's Var-
y squad eligible, and with practic-
ly every stellar man on the 1921
eshman team ready to perform,
ach Elnier Drulard is counting on
string of victories.
Capt. G. Warren ,Hyde, '25M, pre-
)usly reported ineligible, is in good
anding, and will be ready to lead
e team. Hyde's - remarkable all-
ound ability, enhanced by a sum-
er's practice, will be 'a more than'
luable factor in the success of the
uad. Lyle Hubbard, star distance
an, is in better condition than ever.
wring the summer months Hubbard
in several swims in, and about De-,
oit, one of them being the river swim'
ound Belle Isle in which he shat-
red the existing record by 10 min-
es, the former holder of the mark
ishing second, 15 minutes behind
m1.
Frrancis L. Smith, '23, star dash man,
back on' the campus and ready to
rform. Smith's work on the shorter
stances and the relay team last sea-

son was invaluable. Norman R. Han-
son, '23, and Lyndon Babcock, '22,
formed the breast stroke pair last
year, and speedy work will be requir-
ed to displace either of the men on
this year's squad. Back stroke and
plunge events have been weakened
by the graduation of Samuel Porter
of the former and Bob Yerkes of the'
latter, but competent men are expect-
ed to fill their places. One veteran
fancy diver has returned, E. L. White,
'23E. White was easily the stellar per-
former in nearly all of the competi-
tion last year, and may be counted
upon to duplicate his performances.
Freshmen Captain Back
From the freshman team a large'
number of stars will try for places on
this year's Varsity. Don Nixon,° last
year's captain, is undoubtedly a man
to be reckoned with in the dash and
back stroke events. Erio Mildner is a
fancy diver of ability, while Jack
Kearns is a plunger who may be count-
ed on to show well. McNulty is an-
other dash man whose work in the
past has been highly creditable. Twese,
with many other sophomores, are suf-
ficient to ford a nucleus for an ex-
cellent Varsity, in themselves.
* In addition, there are several men,
ineligible in the past, who are once
more ready to take their places. Two
among these stand out as particularly
dangerous contenders for places. John
Valentine, '23, would have been one of
the team's most valuable men in the
past had he been able to compete, and
no less valuable is Jack Searle, '23.
Little is known at the present time
concerning prospects for thts season's
freshman aggregation, but one man,
Jack Gow, promises to be one of the
most brilliant tink men who has ever
enrolled in the University. Gow, whose

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home is in Duluth, makes the 100 yard
distance in 56 seconds, faster than
it has ever been made by a Wolverine
swimmer, and is credited with a vic-
tory over Norman Ross, champion of
the world, in this event.
To Start in November
Practice will start in earnest some
time in November, but in the mean
while Coach Drulard exepects his men
to get in as much work as possible at
the Y. M. C. A. pool. Several of .the
teams met last year will once more
appear on the Wolverine schedule, ac-
cording to Wallace F. Elliott, intra-
mural manager. Another trip will
probably be made to Cincinnati, where
th'e University of Cincinnati and the
Central Y. M. C,. A. will furnish com-
petition. Last year both teams fell
before the Wolverine swimmers, the
university losing 55 to 13 and the "Y,"
45 to 41. Attempts will also be made
to arrange meets with such teams/ as
the Universities of Toronto, Syracuse,
and Pittsburgh, and DePauw. Until
the completion of the Union pool the
team will not be permitted to compete
with Conference schools.
FALL TENNIS TOURNEY
ENTRIES CLOSE TUESDAY
FRESHMEN SLOW IN TURNING IN
NAMES; ALL FIRST YEAR
MEN ELIGIBLE
Freshmen entries in the fall All-
campus tennis tournament have not
been coming into the intramural of-
fice at the expected speed, according
to. Elmer D. Mitchell, director ~of in-
tramural athletics, but large numbers
of sophomores and upperclassmen
have signed up t compete. It is
thought that first year men have been
in doubt as to their eligibility to play,
or that they do not yet know the lo-
cation of the intramural depart-
ment.
Offices of the department are, for the
present, located in room 3, Press
building, on Maynard street across
from the Majestic theater. Every stu-
dent on the campus, with the exception
of "M" and ."AMA" men in tennis, is
eligible to take part and should turn
in their entries immediately. The lists
will close Tuesday at 5 o'clock.
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More Michigan men play *
* Billiards than is the case
* in any other Ame4n or
0 foeign university.
} This has been true now
* for a period of about six- U
ten years.
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CAPTAIN PENBERTHY WiLL
TEAM OF VETERANS IN
COMING MEETS

CROSS COU NTRY SQUAD"
TRAINING FR PURDUE:

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group ran a swifter race with Captain
Penberthy as leader.
Two Squads Run
The first squad was composed large-t
ly . of freshmen /and upperclassmen
out for the first time. Both Professor
Carver and Douglas stated that thej
freshman squad is the best that has't
made its appearance in many years.-
The second squad to leave the 4ym-
nasium was composed of veterans and
others trying out .for the first team.
Captain Penberthy and Chute, both
veterans, showed up well in the grind.,
Whittemore, another member of last
year's Varsity, Arndt, Marston, Vande,c
Visse, Purcell and Ventress also keptI
up a good pace. 4

More than 25 men reported at Wat-
erman gymnasium yesterday morning
for the four and three quarter mile
cross country run. The men were di-
vided into two - groups, one running
the course at an easy pace under the
leadership of Professor Carver and
Donald Douglas, while the second

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Chute in Fine Conditi
Penberthy is running his t'
at cross country and should
trouble in placing well up in
the grinds. Chute also, is in
dition and will no doubt rE
performance of last year whe
the first Michigan man to c
tape in the Conference meet b
Whittemore has two years of
work to his credit and pro
make this his best. Vande N
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