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Coach Steve Farrell is keeping a
squad of 75 track men busy at Water-
man gymnasium every afternoon.
Steve, however, is not saisfied with
such a small number out of such a
large male student boiy. More ma-
terial Is what he wants and his re-
peated calls are bringing out one or
two new-comers. .
Many Losses
At the present time he has not as
strong a squad as he had at a corre-
spondi~g time last year. His mteral
is promising but as yet has not attain-
ed the standard which is necessary to
make it of intercollegiate calibre. The
freshman class of last year has con-
tributed a number of fair men to the
Varsity squad this fall, but there is no
one who can fill the shoes of Butler,
,Wetzel, Losch, Burkholder, Burns,
Wesbrook, Slaughter, Forbes, and
Cruikshank. This list of stars will be
exceptionally hard to replace. What
makes the situation a little brighter,
however, is the determination and
work which is being dispayed by the
candidates who are working out at the
gymnasium daily.
Led by Captain Simmons, the Var-
sity squad this year possesses the same
spirit of work that Steve seems to in-
still in all his track squads. The men
are fully aware of the big job ahead
of them and with their captain as an
example are responding to the coach's
instruction.
Simmons Dash Star
For the dashes this year Captain
Simmons is the only veteran who has
scored in Conference competition. Kel-
ly is another veteran dash man whose
ability on the boards is better than on
cinders. ' He was given second last
year in the dashes in the Cornell meet.
Many would have given him first place
in this race. Martin and Harvie, both
of whom were ineligible last year, are
also fast sprinters and with Burke clip
the 50 in good time. These are the
faster men in a rather long list of
sprinters.
The 440 yard dash finds Lewis as
the strongest man right now. Lewis
is a veteran, being a member of the
winning relay team last ye r. He was
but a step behind Butler ad Wetzel in
this event- and may be regarded as
Steve's best bet in this distance. Joy-
ner is- another letter man out for the
440. He was ineligible last year but
two years ago ran his banner race in
the relay race of the outdoor Confer-
ence meet, which was held on Ferry
field that year. Thomas, a member of
last year's squad, is also out this year
and attaining his regular speed. Davis
and Siemans are contribtions from
last year's freshman team and as yet
are. untried in college track. They are
fast and will bear watching.
Douglas in Half Mile
Douglas leads the half milers. He is
a good reliable man, capable of doing
two minutes and better in the 880. He
is a veteran of several years experi-
ence and an exceptionally hard plug-
ger Weeks and Hattendort are two
more good half milers althcugh neither
has quite attained the standard he set
in high school. Davis and Gicson also
stand out as promising mnaterial. Tne
last four men are all sophoniores.
r In 'oe mile, three men seem to
stand onut above the rest. They a e
Standish, Arndt, and Bowen. Standish
was a member of last year's squa and
Bowen is the captain-elect of ihe cross
country team. Arndt hails from the
freshman team of last spring.
There are a number of aspirants in
the two mile. This event is the at-
traction for members of the cross

Track Athletes
ses From Last Year
courtry team. Davis, a sophomore,
Penberthy, captain of the fall cross
country team, Chute, numbeir one man
on the cross country team, and Whit-
temore, another harrier, are all trying!
out for the two mile. There are many
others in the event who are showing
the necessary development.
Sargent leads the field in the hur-
dies. Five or six men are working;
with him but havenot yet shown great'
ability. Sheppard, the best of thel
freshmen last eyar, is not in school.
Promising Jumpers
A most promising list of candidates
is found in the high jump. Walker,;
who has placed in every meet in which'
he has competed, heads the rest. He
is good for better than six feet. Ward,
who was ineligible last fall, is now
available, as are McElven and Smith.
The coach believes that all these men
will be able to clear the bar around
six feet.
An inexperienced group is found in
I the pole vault. Wesbrook and Slaugh-
ter have ben lost through graduation
and to Landowsky falls the task of
taking their place. He has never com-
peted for the Varsity but is said to be
capable of 12 feet. Others who are
good for 11 feet or thereabouts are
Lally, Naylor, and Smith.
Weight men are lacking. VanOrden
and Stipe, both of whom will gradu-
ate next June, appear to be the only
promising men at present. They will
take care of the shot put. VanOrden
was the best putter in the Conference
last year. Stipe has developed stead-
.ily and is a strong team mate for Van-
Orden. When the outdoor season
comes around, Stipe and Schmidt will
be on hand to take care of the ham-
mer. The javelin finds Huffman and
Dunne ready to hurl it.
No Discus Men
When it comes to the discus and
broad jump, however, Steve has no
one in sight. There are nd men out
for these events nor has the coach any

prospects. What the squad lacks is
weight men. The few that are out
graduate in June. Nor do there appear
to be any weight men in the fresh-
-ollged 91loe, avoC '20 ssulo wemx
larly anxious to see some of the foot-
ball men out for the heavier events.
It is considered an ideal way in which
to keep in shape and at the same time
would help Steve in solving a difficult
problem.
Beside the men mentioned above, the
coach has a number of candidates who
are showing great promise. /,They are
not yet up to Conference st4ndard but
with the coming weeks, Steve expects
these men to round into Varsity cal-
ibre.
Boxing Club Meeting Postponed
The meeting of the Boxing club,
scheduled for today, has been postpon-
ed until Thursday,
MANAGERIAL TRYOUTS
NOTICE I
A call for tryouts for assistant 1
I intramural manager has been is-
I sued. Sophomores desiring to try
out report to W. F. Elli6tt, daily
I between 2:30 and 4:30 o'clock at
I the Intramnural office, room 3,
I Press building.
Special attention given to afternoon
and evening gowns for the J-Hop at
the Mode Shoppe, 711 N. University
Ave.-Adv.
Dance at the Chinese Gardens, Wed-
nesday-8-10-65c.-Adv.
Read Michigan Daily Ads and you
will buy wisely.-Adv.

WRESTLINGCOH
MEETS MEN*TODAY1
Thorn Will Assume Responsibilltles
Of Directing University
Mat Men
,MATCHES TO BE GOVERNED BY
RECOGNIZED BIG TEN RULES

igan. Wrestling is a recognized Con-
ference sport and there are a set of
Conference rules under which the
wrestling here is done. At present
there is no outside competition at
Michigan and the team is informal, buV'
if the interest shown by the few out
at present can be carried to the new
men who come out a team worthy to
wear the Maize and Blue can be de-

Today is a big day for wrestlers of
the University for this afternoon Coach
Thorn will make his first regular ap-
pearance, and the first practice under
his supervision will be held from 3t
until 6 o'clock in the wrestling room
of Waterman gymnasium. The coachl
has been here several times before and
worked out on one occasion with some
of the men. Each time all those who
saw him perform were enthusiastic1
and anxious for regular practice to be-
gin.
Three Days a Week
Coach Thorn will not give up coach-
ing at Detroit Junior college where he
has charge of wrestling and swim-
ming for he will be able to take care
of that work on the days he is not in
Ann Arbor. It is planned to have
him out three days a week for the
next three months but on which days
he will come has not been announced
as yet. The exact days will be decid-
ed upon and be made known in the
near future.
Everyone who has ever done any
wrestling or anyone who would care
to take up this sport is urged to come
out and see for- himself the bright
future ahead for wrestling at Mich-

veloped. I
May Hold Meets This Year
It may even be possible to book sev-
eral meets yet this year and a schedule'
can undoubtedly be arranged for next
year. A small amount of money has
been alloted to hire the coach and
for other expenses and if the student
body shows that wrestling is, really
desired it is probable more can be ob-
tained. The only way this can be made
possile is to have a large turnout of
prospective wrestlers at the gymnas-
ium who are willing to learn more
about the game, and thereby develop a
team able to take its place alongside
the other Varsity sports.
Every afternoon for the last two
months there have been quite a num-

ber at the gymnasium pracucing.
a new coach the number shoul
crease from 10 in each weight
to a number large enough to qu
the mat game as a major sport.
Promising Men
Some of the men have been she
up very well and nearly all the
ners of the All-Campus tourna
meld last spring are back in sc
this year. Detoe in the 125 pound c
won last spring and is hording his
this year against several other
men of whom Jalberg is about
uest. In the 135 pound class Gi
who won the spring tournament a
weight was not in school this sem
out he is expected back for the
Moffit and Boschan are showin
well at 145 pounds while Camp
Jones, and Schultz, baseball pit
appear to have the edge on the c
middle weights. Captain of the
and the best of the heavy weigt
Haller, who should be a great
if the team meets any outsiders.
brother, Cliff, and Galloway, alth
new men, will bear watching.

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