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PAGE STX

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SATURDAY, I I1C'E II3ER M 1 924

PAGE SIX THE MICHIGAN DAILY SATURDAY, DECEMBER 1~, 1924

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9B LEGUE 1MSL ive in Battle COACHES MEET TO'
MAKE MA1NY TRADES gis g'eI RPET0ULES

Coach Will.Meet
Former Protege
In Coast Battle

MANY TRY OUT iYFORC 190
Interest Increases ii Aniomixceiient.
'I'lla it May be Added to Minor l
sport JIASI-
COACH MAY BE CHOSEN

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Freshman Court
Squad Transfers
To Field House

Coveteiskie, of the Cleveland Indlians,;
Goecs to the World ('hainipion
Senators
COBB SEEKS INFMi LDER
New York, Dec. 12.-Although the
threatened clash between Judge K. 'IN.
Landis, commissioner of baseball, andj
Ban Johnson, presidlent of the Am-!
erican league, failed to materialize,
the conference of major league ball
club~s held here for the past few dlays
was exceedingly eventful.j
The usual trade talk was the pre-
dominating feature of the sessions, and,
several, imnortant (deals were comJplet-E
ed. The last and most interesting was
that which sent Stanley Coveleskie,
veteran right handed hitcher, from the
Cleveland Indlians. to the world's chain-
pion Senators in return for Byron
Speece, left hander, and Carl Smith,
vwho played ~for the Memphis club last
season. Mike McNally, who was tradl-
ed to the Boston Red Sox by the Yank--
cs, in e,change for Howard Shanks,I
made another lap in his trip about the
circuit when hie was sent to the Sen-
ators, who _lost Doc Prothro. All the
men concerned in these transactions
are-infielders.
Urban Shocker, the St. Louis spit-
baller, whom the brownies are anxious
to trade provided, they can get some-
thing worth while in return, may go
to the Yankees, who have made the,
propositioni of ;an exchange for Joe
Bush. Managers, Sidler and Hiuggins
have confirmed the rumor that the deal

P -serve anid Freshman~Ii Basket Tea ims
ill Play inl Delunstr'.tioi
M NTI-ER WILL SPEA-'>K
More than 100 basketball coacher;
from the high schools and colleges- of~
lichigan will a ssemble this afternoon
at the Yost field house to disciu- h
interpretations of the changes th at
have lbeen *made in court rules Wvit1bin
th(:i last year.
The meeting will be uinder the di-
rection of A. W. Thompson, of Kalam-
azoo, director of state inters cholasticr
athletics. Mr. Thompson vwill adclress;
the meeting at the opening session,j
which will be held at 2 o'clock.
Coach Edwin J. Mather, of the Var-
sity basketball team, will also speak.
Coach M~ather will be the leader ill
the discussion of the rules which will
follow his explanation.
After the general meeting, the men-
tors will witness a (demonstration I
game on the field house court. Tphe!
reserves and freshmen will play inI
this game, which is designed to illus-
trate the points brought out in the
meeting. The game will he stopped at;
any point which a coach has any qlues-
tions to ask regarding the interpreta-
tion of the rule in question.
The object of the meeting is to unify
the institutions in the state in the mat -
ter of basketball rules and to make:
sure that every team. competing is
abiding by them as they are interpre-
ted.

-Y ~With the anno)uncement that Gym-'
nastics may b~e added to the list of
minor sports, increasedl interest is
being shown in the rumher of news
mnen that have appeared to try out for
the squad. According to the agree-
ment reached b~etw, cen Coach G1eorge
Little and Dr. George May at a con-;
ference last week the recognition ot
u ~gymnastics as a minor sport will bet
;:.. proposed at a meeting of the Board in
IControl of Athletics whichi is to be'
held Wednesday, December 17, and itj
is expected that definite action will ber
taken at this time.
Coach George Little has receivedl
several applications for the position
of ccach and it,, is likely that follow-
ing favorable action on the part of the
Board a. coach will 1)e securedl as soon
as possible. In the past Dr. May has
taken charge of the work, but if the
I squad is recognized he would b)e un-
# ' able to give the time that a team
wouldl require.
Due to the number of men now on
the squlad which has b.een swelled to
w ; over 40, it has been found necessary
to dlivide the squad into two groups.
Those more adlvanced hare been p~ut
' in one squad, which practices every
Tuesday and Thursday evenings and
Coah hirnt~ge .Saturday nmornings when the gym-'
W"hen the University of 1lissouriI nasium is not Aso congestedl.
and tine -Uni verijty oft 8outli( in C"Ai- During the last month a numlber of
fornia iiwe ! on Christmas day in oneO Conference schools have asked for
rUPt L ,i c u i t ill .'I inU11LI Ufinhl '

FR1ESH:I1 AN iRE1IP; Coach Ray Fisher has 27 freshmen
Grop wil ee Grut 5Tuesday, working out daily on his freshman
Grop 1wil met Goupbatsketball squad, which has trans-
Dec 1., a :Wt} ~clck n Wit ,rmn err-ed the scene of its action from
gymnasium to nlay for the VO'.ey bail V,7aermian gymnasium to the Yost
eb ampicnship of the freshman groups. il house. The first year sqluadl
The above mentionedl teams were thet wo~rks in the afternoons on Monday,
winners in their respective leaguest Wedlnesday, and Friday, and after
awd consequently have qualified for supper on the other days of the week.
t],e f'uals. Added interest will be man- Thle squad as it now stands is com-
ifetedl~e~ase rou 5 ecntl an pose d of: J. Weiss, Nathan, Barnett,
nc:>ced the bowling title. Titus, Soderbury, Moskewitz, Devine,
1 1oiton, Nicholson, Loos, and Arm-
V1?ATI',JR'1TY 11MN strong as condidates for the forward
Four teams have qualified for the! berths; Gawne, Martin, Arch, McRae,
semi-final roundl in the interfraternity and Straw as centers; with Kane, Mil-
bowling tournament. They are Sigmna Icr, Patrie, Schroeder, Wolbrock,
Chi, P'hi Gamuma Delta, Phi Sigm a Khap-: Doerge, Cushing, Wells, Dodd, and D.
pa, anid Delta Phi. All teams have been Weiss as the leading contenders for
showing goodl formi and,,fiio one team the guard honors. Coach Fisher will
has any great advantge in total scores. continue his practic6 of weekly cuts
These games must be played by Mon-! until tie has reduced the squad to 15
(lay night at the latest. The finals will or 20 players.
1)e held either Tuesday or Wedlnesdlay.1 As in the past, no regular games
___________________-will be scheduled for the freshmen
Fini-als in the interfraternity wrest- this leas, the Varsity and reserve
ling tournament between Phi Beta 1'feanms forming the opposition for the
Delta and Theta, Delta Chi at 8 o'clock jye'arlinlgs.
Monday night, Dec. 15, in Waterman
gymnasium. -' PATRONIZE DAILY ADVERTISERS
VWALK-0OVEW'S FIFTIETH ANNIVERSARY1
Walk,-Over-

C'apt.a in George LHaggert y
Star forward of the Michigan bas-
ketball teams for the past two years,
andI captain of this year's court squad,
will be the main hope of the Wol-
verine fans for a victory over the M.
A. C. five tonight.
Guards .Lacking
IOn Hawkeye Team

wilb are hogbttehs-IIowa City, Ia., Dec. 12.-LackingI NTIWAT..I, gines of the year, Coach Stumznegger,
ness department of the Mound City { twoTexperienced guards and'with un-
club has not yet sanctioned it. Senti-tain eervedmarisanforth ohen NO - CEformer i Michigan backfield and end
11 cetintsevemteil orte terEcoach, who is now occupying the
heierey th a ter the as if e positions, the University of Iowa (-mlaie position of the coast team's
deiel h etro h agi fbasketball team will open the season Special practice cohigsaf will maec heldit
the trade is made. Shocker is almost here tomorrow by meeting the Wa- for teams entered in the inter'- cahii ia ilmthhswt
wt lr ipeonofissure to be a big winner next year, andj bash college quintet of Crawfordsville, { fraternity swimming met at 10 wih;ar ikoeo i former
will probably turn in 20 victories.i Ind. ( o'clock this morning at the Y. ; Plot eges, who is coaching the back-
while Bush~ has ab~out reached the lim- AlhuhCac a aryhsbe M. C. A. pool1. Coach Barnes will Eield candiidates of the Missouri squad.
it ~ ~ ~ ~ te oft-th hsedrneadueuns. rilling the majority of his men since assist athletic rpeettio to ,,triith Woe-
TyCb etaa rmteme-the middle of October, he is undecided ttieanhic tas.Te n-iin o ting staiY at toptaenilo
inig without a second baseman, which is' as to the strongest combination to tries for the meet will ('lose at te~ fobl esnt aeu
thp object of the year for the Tiger start. The squad which numbers 15I noon today; no entries will be i his dtaj(s with the coast teamm. lalrrY
boss. With 4 good man at the ley- men has been sent through hard{ accepted Monday. Members retain '_iphe walS "c!" lecd ilon'-' Sturz-
stone sack, the Detroit club would be scrimmages with the freshman in theI ed on the Varsity squad after the ni s u4 eh o r IW
a good bet for the pennant, but until past two weeks, but has shown only cut made Monday will not be ! yas
they get such -a man, the Bengals are spurts of real basketball prowess. It{ allowed to compete. Learn thel
likely to-put up a good fight and noth-' is almost certain that Captain Ten- rules for your event. The pre- Sofia, 1Dec. 12.- -Owing to tihe slort-
ing-,more. Cobb is after JimnmyDykes; sen and Jimmy Laude, who have play- ( liminaries will start at 3:30 0- age of wheat, war bread is the rule
with all1 his energies, but it is gues-; ed together since the championship I clock sharp on Monday. ____ in Bulgaria.
tionable whether Connie Mack will year of 1923 will occupy the forward -
part with his boy for less than a for-! positions, while Harold Jensen, with - "~ - - "-""p"° °=
tune. Cobb has plenty of good trad- half. a season conference experience
ing material, but it runs in outfield (bohind hinm will get the call. Leonard.!
talent chiefly. His infield and moundI Raffensperger has been playing good (
corps are too weak to help in his pro- basketball at center and will have his
posed deals, chance in a game. Coach Barry will j I
pick his guards front Hougan, M- 1 h isC g r
Chicago, Dec. 12.-Polo classes for: Connell, Van Dousen, andDa Speed. '
women will be organized at the Uni- "
versity of, Chicago next spring, if Chiicago, ill., Dec. 12.-A. A. Stagg,S
plans now under consideration are ! University of Chicago football and i
carriedl out. track coach and head of the Midway A -e A1 w v ,s 1A cep-,tab
athletic department, left yesterday for
Your Suibscription is, payable _nW Orlando, Fla., for a fortnight of rest.
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1}meets andi there is no question Iut
that a goodl schedule couldl be arrang-
e !d as Indliana is the only other school
besides Michigan in the "Big Ten"f
that is not representedl by a gymnastic
team. At Minesota1 it is a major sport
a"rs it is in a large ;ajority of the

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