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ND WILLIAMS, STAR
FERENCE MEN, LOST
ay is the day set by Coach
aeet all basketball candi-
his year's Varsity squad.
what early in the year to
1 for prospects, but the
that it is f'or the best as
r him more time to teachj
fundamentals of the ball'
and Williams Lost '
the coach led his men In
i as the Conference had
witnessed.' Four of the
mes that the Wolverines
dropped to their oppon-
outlook appeared gloomy
n "Duke" Dunne returned
t center and the squad be-j
new life. The result was
>ped the next seven gamesl
worked their way to the
tanding where'they were
rdue and Wisconsin when
nded. Of this dependable
Mather -lost' Karpus and
3oth of these men were
Five Letter Men Back.
But, although these two men must be
replaced, Mather has five other letter
men to act as a nucleus for the new
quintet this year. Capt. "Bud" Rea
will again be seen at guard, and his
long; half-court shots 'will go a long
way in building up the Michigan
scores. Whitlock nd Miller should
handle the forward positions in a cap-
able manner, and "Duke" Dunne will
no doubt be Back at center, although
he will be unable to report for prac-
tice until the latter part of next month
when-the football season is completed.
LeGally is a good bet for the other
guard position if he keeps up the good
work that he began in the games last
Championship Prospects Bright
From the reserves Piper and Rea-
son appear to be good, and other can-
didates will probably show promise:
when they appear on .the court next
week. Thus, while Coach Mather lost
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YOSTTO SE SAME
Varsity Mentor Makes No Ching in
Team Which Began Against
Mt. Union Last Saturday
FRESHMEN LOSE TO VARSITY
IN FAST SCR JIMAGE 20-.
Coach Yost will use the same line-up
against Case on Saturday that he be-
gan against Mt. Union. Practice dur-
ing the week has failed to uncover
any men more entitled to go against
the Clevelanders than the original
11 who started last Saturday after-
The line-up will therefore be Kirk
at left end, Cappon at left tackle,
Dunne at left guard, Vick at center,
Wilson at right guard, Muirhead at
right tackle, and Goebel at right end.
The backfield will see Banks at quar-
ter, Steketee at fullback, Usher, and
Kipke at the halves. Substitutions
will certainly see Roby, Uteritz, and
Dean in the backfield; while Fair-
bairne, Swan, Petro, Van Orden, Mar-
tin, and a number of others will see
service on the line.
As yet, Case has not announced the
team that will oppose the Varsity, nor
has it been possible to learn much
about the Ohio team. They have scor-
ed a victory over Akron so far with
a score of 14-0. Other thanthat lit-
tle information has been available.
Coach Yost does not anticipate as stiff
a game with them as he does against
M. A. C. the following week. They
are thought to be just a little strong-
er than was Mt. Union.
Yesterday afternoon was. again
given over to scrimmage with the
freshmen. The Varsity mentor threw
a little stronger team against the
first year squad than he did on Tues-
day. The result was therefore some-
what'different than two days ago. The
Varsity ran over the freshen for
three touchdowns in the couse of the
35 minute tussle. After the third
touchdown, time was not taken to kipk
the goal and the score stood at .20-0.
The Varsity lacked fight and ag-
gressiveness at first but with the cn-1
stant pushing of the coaches at its
back finally showed more strength.
The team which began was made up
of Dunphy left end, Cappon'left tac-
kle, Van Orden left guard, Petro
center, Crawforth right guard, Gar-
field right tackle, Goebel right end,
Banks quarter, Dean fullback, Uteritz
and Kipke halfbacks. The backfield
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Followers of the track and field
sports at the University received a
pleasant surprise the other afternoon
when they "discovered" a new pole
vaulter in our midst. Naylor, the Var-
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pits just south of Waterman gymnas-
ium clearing the bar at ten feet. A
crowd of spectators were watching the
performance when suddenly a youth in
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pole. Naylor handed it to him and
the youngster cleared the bar with
easefi He repeated the feat several
times, attracting the attention of ev-
eryone. None in the crowd had ever
heard or seen him before and the air.
was full of mystery.
Promising Pole Vaulter
Soon Coach Farrell came out of the
gymnasium and the veil was lifted.
It seems that the youth, Prosser by
name, is a member of the freshman
class and hails from Montana. How-
ever, he spent last year at Mercers-
burg academy in Pennsylvania, and
according to Steve,has pole vaulted
12 feet for that ixstitution. He came
to Michigan without any outside aid
at all; just wanted to go to Michigan..
Another promising young field man
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