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THE MICHIGAN

DAILY

TITXSTAY, EP'TEM BER 25, 19213

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~~~ES7AKFC7I §MATHER WLL ISSU
FXH 0 S H I dI J 1 N 1 .' I T P , ) t i I i Al l ~
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I~wnJ. Mather, coach of the frleshl-
man football team, would like to meet:
;1 ::<;><<> ?'all first year men who have ever had
X their hands on a football in the athl-
:;::>: lotic office anytime' this morning afterj
9 o'clock.N
EAt this time the coach will issue ord-
ers for e lummnent which may be cash-
'e at te beginning of the first official
pzraetic2 which is slated to take pac
1 r tthis afternoon at F~erry field. lc
:; ~Many mnen who dazzled brilliantly ill
3rt hwt> ° . trprep school circles have matriculated
and it would not be surprising if Coach,
w1> " Mather had sonie good ma terial to
build this year's yearling tearm from.
. ~Eddy, who starred on the "Shattuck:
5 Milita! y academy team and, whose
b? I brother was a former All-American at
' rA a. N4 lJPrinceton, has a wonderful record to
t >: his credit and,! may prove to be a star
x] "p f ; in faster company.
Slores, Cook, and Moles, all from,
Muskegon, are supposed to be good y
KN V:. players and are expectedl to report to 1
____________________________ the cc todlay. Stewart andl Hamil-
tol, wohusky Detroit boys come to
g staff this year as call1)e found in ( Michigan with good high school rec-
ossible to make the Maize and B~lue ords. Freedman of Cleveland, Hand
ather, Falleon, Barker, Hoyt; bot-; of Chicago, and Ilanley are other men
wvho come here highly touted.
-___________________ The freshman team in the past hat
always played anl important part inI
dash man. He held the world's record the development, of the Varsity. As
for the 220 around a cuirved track, his; a general rule the freshman team
I ends5 three or four men directly to
time being 21 2-5. Hoyt was assistant t~e e siy
athletic director at heis almna mater be-; Scrimmlages between the Varsity and

STARTSREA[ LWOR K
I Cwioi lfiie Farrell JVNiesCall J~for
Vairs-lill1111innD Jae 4Cam-
didates
I4A T ERIWAIN GYM NA1SJUM > 'TOAY
With, the o} ening of school today
Steve Faxrell's varsity cross coxuntrY
squad will move its ,trainimg. quar-
ters from th~ e rry -field hqi, to
Waterman gy~u aasiuin and settle
down to hard wor'k in prepanatlon
for its, fall schoadule. -A call has been
issued for all - Wen interested ,in the
spcr~t at the, gyia; thhm. afternoo& and
more than fMifty mn are exapected to
don their togs. Fhm alien are not eli-
gible to tryout.
lin issuing the call1 Coach FKjrrell
em~phasized the fact that expericznce
is not .at all necessary for a mnan- who
comes out for the squad. "Som~e of
the best men we have ever had on
the squad have been absolutely new
to the sport," he said. "There' is no
physical r- quirement of it cross coun-
try man either, .except thy.t he be, in
condition and have no physical de-
fects." 'A short dumply rman may
make a fast bill-and-dale moan while
~a long lanky type of a ma i t y,not
do half so well. /~
Twelve members of .last year's
squad have been working out for :the
past two weeks and have been round-
ing into good condition under the
easy conditioning schedule. "-Steve"
plans to give his squad another two
weeks of easy works before he ma~kes
any attempt to test their speed.
Although.- Isbell is the. onlyr 7nem-
]ber of last year's squad. wlh will
not be back this year, the squad will
'ave a hard fight to retain its Ckinfer-
ence title. because. of the rapid,,jm-
provement in other w squads in, the
Big-Ten since last season. Wiscon-.
sin is rega 0.-A as the strongest eon-
tender for the title which thQW, ol-
N-erines now hold. L.ast year the Bad-
gers with a crowd of new men su,-
I seeded in taking second place at the
Big Ten meet and most of the men
Iwho did well last year have shown a
great deal' of imnprovemnent since , ghat
tine.
Steve Farrell is relying oil Camp-
tain Arndt, Schioenefield, 1,0iec
Bowen, Griith, and Reinkte to keen
the Maise and blue '-Harriers at- tile
tread of the Big Tenf andl to 11 l te
pilace left vacant by Isbell
' WVayfarers TMeet
{ Wayfarers' club held its first re ;uIar
Imeeting of the year last 'night . at21
East Ann street. The Meeting was
presided over by the presidenit, R. W.

Michigan's Varsity football squad is having the benefit of as good a-coaching
thle country. With Yost and Little at -their head they are doing everything 1)
Come through with a winner. They are: Top row ,left to right---Fisher, 1W
torn row:, Weiman, Vick, Yost, Sturnz negger, Little,.

1H(GEST STAFF IN HISTORY OF,
YOSI(; FORtSEASON
Michigan footballers, arriving in
Ann Artor for the early season con-
ditioning, found a squad of 10 coaches
awaiting' their return,, the, largest
cod'ps of asjistants that Coach 'Yost"
has ever gathered around him in pre-C

paring a Wolverine eleven for (the
gridiron season.
All of last year's assistants with the i
exception of Archie Hahn, whose du-
ties are now being taken care of by
Charles B. Hoyt, have once again don-
ned the togs and have taken their 01(d
places on the afield with the candidates.
George Little, (poach Yost's right
hand man, is again mailing things humt
and is straining every nerve to hiel"
put forth another winner. Coaches;
Sturzenegger, coach of -backs and
ends, Wieman, line coach, Vkk andl
Barker, line coaches, Mlather 'and
Fisher, who will now take over the
freshman and Reserve squads respec-
tively, Hoyt, trainer, and IBiliy Fal-
ion, nurse of aches andl bruises, are
all with the squad. -
fCharles B3. '(Chuck) Hoyt, tnewly ac-
qjuired Varsity trainer and freshni n
track mentor, comes to Ann aArbor
from Sioux City, Iowa, where he was
director of athletics and physical
training in the high schools. Hoyt
was also football and track coach of
Sioux City high school, where. he
gained qluite a repiutation.
The new trainer is a former Grinimel
college, Iowa, athlete, being a star

ore taking up his duties at Sioux City.'
The other addition to the staff is
Richard Barker, former Amtes college
star. Barker was a lineman on the
vairsity eleven in his undergraduate
days but achieved fame as a mem-
ber of the wrestling team, winning the
national intercollegiate championship
in the 175 pound class.

freshmen always furnish the large,
crowds who wandler into Ferry field,
to see a little action, with a lot of
thrills. The struggles are usually
closely contended ands play no little
part in giving the new men valuable
experience.

Barker will coach the mat, candi- , . ~ '~W_
dates, wrestling having been made a'
minror Varsity sport this year, andl is 'T'here will be a meeting of the In-
also assisting "Tad" Wieman with the i tr amiural mnanagers. today, at 3:30 p.
Varsity linemen. ISm. at the Intramural offices.
______________________________ fntrhcs are nowr open for the In-
E 1 traniurafl tennis tournament.
Trainer's Staff IAeeds XMen
I Prflnd Prepares'for A. F. of L.
A mani experienceod in ban- Portland, Ore., Sept. 24.-Portlanod is
oaging andl massaging is need(- Ipreparing to entertain hundreds. of
ed to work on the trainer's staff( delegates due here for the forty-third I
from 2 to 6: 30 o'clock after- annual cbnvention of the American
j ( 0)oons. Anyone interested- should Feoleration of Labor, which begins
apply to Trainer hIo~t at th~e Oct. 1 anod remains in session until the
IFerry fied club louse. I omuve'ntioii's businetisli disposedl of,
Ipro-bably two wveeks./

Mefford, '23.

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