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the increased amount of space avail-
able in the Field House for practice
:n the weight events Steve has been
7lanning to give the hammer and jave-
lin throwers an opportunity to get
into condition during the winter
months and next year plans to put
them indoors for a short interval ev-
ery day. With the graduation of Van-
Orden, star shot putter, last year
and the decision of Hindes, last year's
Conference championship weight
thrower, not to return to school this
semester, the coaches expected the
weight events to draw a large number
of football players this season but up
until this time none have made their
appearance.
The javelin throw will be another
event in which the Wolverine team
will be hopelessly weak and at pres-
ent there is no one to tryout for it ex-
cept Herb Steger, captain of next
year's football team, who has never
put the wand more than 150 feet.
Steve however is hopeful that Steger
will improve his distance this year
and that there will be a number of
new tryouts when the squad stars
preparation for the outdoor seaso.n
As was predicted Charley Jewtraw-,
American i'e star, set the pace for the
world's skaters. He could not how-
ever, hold the fort alone and as a re-
sult the United States skaters bowed
to Finland and Norway. This is not
tc be marveled at, when one considers
that these countries virtually live on
skates in the winter.

Captain i Kenneth Alward .
One of the best me non the Indiana
floor team this year is the Hoosier
captain, Alward, who will be seen in
action Monday night when the Indiana
aggregation will face Coach Mather's
Varsity five in the Yost field house.
Alward is a guard who is rated among
the best in the Big Ten this season.
FOR ILLINI MET

in drilling his men in the fundament-
als of the game and he feels that al-
though his squad may not bring back
a victory they will show the results
of this drill.
The personnel of the squad is some-
What different thanwhat it was in
the first meet of the year. DeFoe,
will wrestle in the 115 division in-
stead of Doty who has. been shifted
to the 125 pound class. This change
has been made necessary by the with-
drawal of Karbel a 135 pounder from
the team. Karbel's loss will be a
serious detriment to the team since
he was a reliable man and in the
meet against Purdue put up one of
the best exhibitions of pluck and
wrestling skill in holding his man, a
Conference chamlpion to a tie.
Rose, one of the best men in the
Conference for his weight will handle
th 145 point assignment. Gillard a
scrappy grappler will take care of

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FRESHMAN TRACK NOTICE
Freshman track practice will
be held every afternoon in the
Yost field house.
Freshman Coach.
CHARLES B. HOYT,
MANAGER TRYOUTS
WANTED
All candidates for assistant
baseball managers will report
any day this week at 3 o'clock,
at the Yost field house.
W. T. WHITE,
Manager,

Michigan's wrestling team left yes- the 135 pound match. Rose was de-
terday morning for Urbana to engage feated only once this season and then
1 in a grappling meet with the Univer- beca seanotherConference lal pion.
sity of Illinois, tonight. , Ferenz is entered in the 158 pound
The Wolverines although on the' class with Meade in the 175 pound
losing end of the scores in preceed- match. Marion is Michigan's repres-
ing meets this season, have inevitably entative in the heavyweight division.
- presented a good front and have lost
mainly because of their inexperience. It's true efficiency to use Daily
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