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OF WI TRACK
VETERANS STHENGTHEN TEAM',

EVERETT SCOTT, VETERAN
YANKEE, ENDS, CAREER'
SHORTSTOP WHO PLAYED IN 1,000
STtAIGHT GAMES DUE FOR
SHELF, SAYS HUGGINS '
New York, Dec. 6.--When the New
York Yankees take the field next
sp~ring. Aaron Ward. the flashy sec-

INELIGIBILITY HITS
BASKETBALL SQUAD,

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entering; each man will be permitted
to compete in three events, no more;
only two men from the same fraternity
will be allowed to compete in each
single event; managers should be pre-
pared to hand a list of their entries
and the events in which they will com-
pete, upon arrival at the Y, to the In-
tramural manager in charge of the
meet,
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Veterans and Former Freshman Stars
Give Farrell Nucleus Forl
1924 Aggregation
STEVE WILL ISSUE CALL
FOR MEN AFTER VACATION
Chances for a championship track'
team at Michigan this season loom up'
bright ' as a goodly number of stellar
performers on last year's champion-
ship aggregatilon are back and theret
are also a number of capable perform--
ers coming up to the ranks of the Var-
sity from yast year's yearling team.
Varsity track coach, Stephen J. Far-
rell has not issued his first official call
'or track candidates and will in all
probability wait until after the holi-

with as little experience as Doyle has!
had. Doyle is also a capable per-
former in the discus, having heaved
the oval 134 feet in practice.
Hubbardd, the greatest broad jump-
er. Michigan has ever known is good
for five points in any meet in this
event. George Snider is a good jump-
er as are Aldrich, Neisch and Higgins.
The high jump event will boast of
three M men in McElven, Smith and
Nufer. All are wearers of the inter-
collegiate stripe.
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Morgaridge, Candidate for Forward,
Out Until February; ipke to
Report
MATHER FORCED TO DEPEND

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the athletes are working out in the Rumors that Rogers Hornsby, the
gymnasium almost daily. leading hitter of the National-League,
In the dashes Steve will have a trio will wear a Giant uniform in 1924
of stars in Wittman, Goldwater and will not down. It is known that Mc-
Higgins, from last year's team. Witt-
man appears to be as fast as any man Graw offered $254,000 for this player
in the conference in the century run. and Branch Rickey's recent trip to the
He turned a hundred yards in the re- east makes it look as though a deal
amrkable time of 9:4-5 on two occas- might be pending.
ions last season. Higgins is a man
who has improved 100 per cent since Whether or not Jack Dempsey will
last spring and if the times he turn- turn down an offer of $250,000 to box
ed in this summer can be repeated this Ermina Spalla, the Italian champion,
season, this speedy Wolverine will in Rome early in 1924 is a question.
garner many points for the Maize and Carpegna, the Italian's manger, cabl-
Blue. Goldwater is a consistent per- ed the offer to Jack, but of course
former. Jack Kearns will have the last say.'
Plugging up the hole left vacant We can imagine nothing more simple
in the quarter mile by the loss of than for the two Jacks to sail across
Martin, Siemons and Joyner will be the briney deep, Jack of the tribe of
one of Steve's biggest problems. All Dempsey to .sock Spalla on the whis-
three of these mien were capable per- kers for a goal, grab the 250 and sail
formers and their loss will be keenly for me.
felt. Freyberg, star performer on for home.
Archie Hahn's yearling squad last
season seems to be the best prospect Harry Riconda, a member of Con-
in the event. Freyberg has turned nie Mack's Athletics, is rated as one
the 440 in close to 50 seconds. Fein- of the best professional basketball
singer, another Sophomore will in all players in these United States. Harry
probability be worked in this event. 'is holding down a guard position on
The chances are that one of the the Kingston team of the Metropoli-
hurdle events will be stronger this tan league this season.
season with the addition of Snider,
the best Sophomore timber topper in Dick Reichle, Boston American
the highs. Hubbard is one of the best leaguer, made his debut recently on
high hurdlers in the conference. Au- the pro gridiron with the Milwaukee
brey and Hulse are alos good men in team. The former Illinois grid star
these events. was put to work at end and made
Steve isn't worrying much about the things decidedly unpleasant for his
half mile department with three M opponents, the St. Louis All-Stars.
men in the event. Reinke, Captain
Hattendorf and Roesser rank with the At the present time, there are only
best in the conference. four states in this great union with-
Bowen, Arndt, Rearick, Shenefield, out statewide organization and uni-
Griffen and Mike Reinke are all good form laws for the protection of fish
men in the mile but Rearick, Shene- and game and as strange as it dpay
field and Griffen may be shoved into seem, Florida is one of these. Of
the two mile event. Reinke travelled course, there is not much hunting in
some fast miles last year in the Fresh- Florida, but how different with fish-
man telegraphic meets held against ing. It seems that consistent efforts
Illinois, Ohio State and Wisconsin. to get a state game and fish law have
Bowen was the best miler on last always been defeated in Florida.
year's Varsity. 11
The loss of Egbert Isbell in the two It's a long, long ways to the sum-
mile run will be keenly felt. Ilow- mer of 1924, but so optimistic is Cham-
ever, Davis is a stellar performer hav- pion Benny Leonard that he has ar-
lug traveled the distance' in 9:35. po en enr hth a r
icks asd the destFreshmn pe:-.ranged a match with Mickey Walk-
Hicks was the best Freshman per- er, thA welterweight champion, to be
former this season. staged in the vicinity of New York,
The pole vault will be considerably t that time. Benny will have the
weakened this season by the loss of "ay" as to when and where the pro-
Prosser who was unable to return tota"s toen ak e p ro-
school this year. Jimmie Brooker is posed battle will take place.
as good as anyevaulter in the confer-
ence. Rhoades, a Sophomore appears
to have the makings of a good vaulter crown which Syracuse won last sea-
and should develop rapidly. son, Yale and the University of Vir-
VanOrden, a tower of strength on ginia, the country's leading contend-
last years championship aggregation era in this event, have challenged the
is lost to the squad through gradu- Orange to race this coming winter.
ation. Doyle, a Sophomore has heav- Syracuse is certain to accept the de- I
ed the lead around forty two feet fy and a dual meet probably will be'
which is highly satisfatcory for a man 'arranged with both.

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ond baseman, will be at shortstop in ON DEFENSE FOR SUCCESS
the place of the veteran Everett Scott
and a new man on second, Manager Prospects for a good Varsity bas-
Miller Huggins said yesterday. It ketball team this year received a set.
now looks as if Huggins will go to the back Thurl4ay when Coach )E. J-
baseball meetings in Chicago in quest Mather was informed that Ken Morg-
of a first-class second baseman, as aridge, one of the best basket shoot-
Well as the left-handed pitcher and ers in this year's material, is inel-
right-handed hitter he said he want- ,igible. His ineligibility will be lift-
ed. ed at the end of the first semester, it
This talk of Huggins' revived the ru- is 'expected.
mors about a deal whereby Eddie Col- Herbert Steger, football halfback,
ins, of the White Sox, would come to who reported for basketball practice
the Yankees, and there also is talk of for. the first time this week, will al-
a three-cornered transaction among .so be unable to play for the next few
the New York, Washington and Chi- 1weeks. He is incapacitated follow-
cago clubs which would bring Stanley ing a vaccination which was order-
Harris of the Senators to the World ed by health service officials after it
champions. had been discovered that an employee
Huggins said that Aaron Ward at Steger's fraternity house was suf-
would make a fine shortstop and that fering from a contagious disease.
he would not hesitate because of senti- Coach Mather has been having con-
ment to shelve Scott, who holds the siderable trouble this season trying
world's record for play in consecu- to shape his team. George Hagger-
tive games, and that he had talked ty, forward on last year's team, is the
the matter over with the owners of the best basket shooter he will have. Har-
club and Ward. ry Kipke will add considerable to the
It was said that Collins' dissatis- strength of the team when he re-
faction over the appointment of Frank ports for practice next Monday night.
Chance as manager of the White Sox The fight for the tip-off position
might make a deal involving him eas- which was vacated by the graduation
ier to bring about. of Gilbert Ely in June seems to be
-- centering around Emery and Mc-
Century Milstead, husky Yale tack- Wood. The latter is a letter man.,
le, although only a Sopomore, has The team this year will be fast but
played his last college game. Milstead indications are that their offensive
played two years at Wabash, then went power will be comparatively weak.
to Syracuse for a time and finally was The defense which the team will pre-
admitted to the Freshman class at ,sent will be their stronghold, accord-
Yale. ., , ing to the coach.

Following is the practice schedule
for the basketball teams entered in the
Intramural department's tournaments
6 o'clock tonight, Sigma Club, Tau
Epsilon, Phi Mu Alpha, Senior en-
gineers; 6:30 o'clock, Phi Sigma Del-
ta, Phi Delta Sigma, Alpha Kappa
Kappa; 7 o'clock, Sigma Delta Kappa,
Hermitage, Chi Psi, Zeta Psi, Soph.
engineers (Eddy, manager); 9:30 o'-
clock, Delta Sigma Phi, Delta Sigma
Delta, Alpha Sigma, Alpha Chi Sig-
ma; 10 o'clock, Fresh laws, Senior
lits (Tracy, manager), senior lits.
(Crawford, manager), Soph engineers
(Vose, manager); 10:30 o'clock, Zeta
Beta Tau, Chi Phi.
Monday's schedule will be announc-
ed in tomorrow's Daily.
Class presidents should see to it
that they have selected an athletic
manager and that he has entered his
basketball team in the class league
which will get under way under the
auspices of the Intramural depart-
ment after Christmas vacation. A few
more teams are needed to form the
leagues which will be selected before
Christmas vacation.
Ohio State's department of Intramur-
al athletics, under the direction of
Grant P. Ward, has announced that
they will sponsor the third annual
Western Conference fraternity bowl-
ing tournament and have announced
the opening round to be held on the
night of January 15.
Last year Michigan entries totaled
more than one fourth of the teams
which competed for the title and three
of them, Phi Gamma Delta, Phi Delta
Theta, and Phi Sigma Kappa, placed
among the first ten, the former in

second place with Delta Kappa Ep-
silon of Minnesota.
Officials in charge of the Intramural
department at Michigan are in hopes
that more than 50 teams will take
part in the tournament from here this
year. This is possible without any
inconvenience to the team rolling,
for the score made in the Big Ten
tournament will also be recorded as
the score for the annual fraternity
bowling tournament for that team.
More than 25 teams have entered the
fray already and only a few more are
needed t( complete the desired num-
ber.
The deadline for entries has been
placed at January 10. This date will1
hold for Big Ten competition as well
as University competition. At the
close of the tournament Ohio State's
Intramural department will award a
handsome loving cup to the winning
team.
Entries are now being received for
the all-campus handball tournament,
singles and doubles, and for the all-
campus swinnning meet. Both events
wvill start soon after Christmas vaca-
tion.

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SKATES

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door girl, why not
give her a present
of our guaranteed
standardzed
skates?

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How are your
skates?

In a circular which has been sent to
all of the fraternities the list of events
which will be held ,at the swimming
meet preliminaries next Monday has
been announced. They are as follows:
40 yard free style, 200 yard free style,
fancy diving contest, 40 yard back
stroke, 100 yatd free style, plunge for
distance, 60 yard breast stroke, 160
yard relay for a four man team.
Fraternity athletic managers should
take particular notice of the following
rules: Four men must be entered in
the meet in order to secure points for ,

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MANAGER TIYOUTS FORj
MINOR SPORTS WANTEDf
Sohpomores who wish to tryr
j out for assistant managers of
Minor Sports, which include
Ehockey, swimming, wrestling,
and golf, report at the wrestling
room in Waterman Gymnasium
between 3 and 5 o'clock any day
this week or next.
R. V. Rice, Manager.
MEASUREMENTS NEEDED
FOR FOOTBALL SWEATERS
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ball players who won their in-
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M- I. A. A. Coaches
Will Meet Today
Albion, Mich., Dec. 6.-Coaches of
the Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic
Association, representing Albion, Al-
ma, Hillsdale, Kalamazoo, Olivet and
Michigan State Normal colleges, will
meet at the Hotel Otsego in Jackson
Yriday afternoon, to arrange football,
'baseball and track schedules for the
coming seasons in those sports. It
is expected that the plan, carried out
successfully this season, of each col-
lege playing every other school
on the gridiron and baseball di-
amond, will be followed out. Repre-
sentatives of outside schools, such as
Kalamazoo and Mt. Pleasant Normal
colleges and Detroit City College, are
expected to be present to arrange
dates for games alto.
Guy Garner of Kentucky and Frank
O'Neill of St. Louis finished second
and third respectively in the French
list for winning jockeys for the sea-
son. The American drivers were top-
ped by Jack Jennings of England.

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