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Conference Harrier Race Will
Be Run On1Saturday Morning
Next Saturday morning at 11 the start of the annual Conference
o'clock 66 men rep;resenting 1 1 dif- championship run. Ann Arbor will
ferent institution, will leave the start- again be the scene of the leading har-
ing po t, as the gun fires signifying ;ier event in the middle west.'
Six men will be entered in the an-
A.A U. Swimmers nua rtace * from each school. The
*7 final entries will not be decided until
M ay Be Broughlt prior to the time of the race as the
coaches will doubtless switch entries
To Union Pool et the last minute pending the condi-
tioi of the ground underfoot.
Michigan studIents and iftownspeople The Wolverine team has been dell-j
will be given an opportunity to see Inutely selected with the exception of
some of the best swiimners in the state ithe sixth man. Coach Farrell will

in action if the Union's plans for an
open A. A. U. meet to be held Dec.
10 at the Union pool are approved by
that body.
Coach Mann is- petitioning the Am-f
ateu-r Athletic association for permis-
sion to hold the following races: Fifty!
yard free style for non, open handi-
cap; fancy diving, women; 100 yard
breaststroke, men; 50 yard back-
stroke, men; 50 yard backstroke, wo-
mden; 150 yard junior backstroke,
nen; 220 yard breaststroke, women;,
lowboard (living, men; and 50 yard
free style, women.I
If permission is granted to hold the
meet as planned, Coach Mann will get
in touch with all the leading swim-
mers in the state in an effort to have
them participate in the first meet of
its kind ever held in the Union pool.
As an additional attraction the
Varsity water p'olo team will meet
some team in an exhibition match,
but as yet the probable opposition has
not been selected .

passes irom under a strong aerense
formed by the Reds. Friedman and L
Puckolwartz threw the ball in theirN
usual accurate manner in spite of the'
weather conditions that prevailed on,
the practice field. The receivers of
the passes seemed not to be handi-
capped by the gloves Trainer Hoyt is- Prospects of holding basketball
sued to protect the hands of the play- games in the stock pavilion at Madi-
prs from the cold and the snow. son were abandoned yesterday when
Yost is devoting most of his time it was learned that it was not possible
in preparation for the Gophers to his to accommodate more than 5000 spec-
attack. The Wolverines have proven' tators.
in past games that they are one of George Levis, director of ticket sales
the strongest defensive elevens in the and promoter of the idea, had failed to
Conference. take into consideration the engineers
In the Ohio State game Saturday of the state Industrial commission
the Buckeyes were unable to advance who ruled that only 3000 people could
the ball into Michigan territory. This be seated with safety.
is believed to be a feat that has never1 The concrete at the pavilion is
occurred in a major intercollegiate three inches thick and will bear a
contest. I load of about 3000 fans. Every pos-
The Ohio State eleven made only sible means to circumvent this ruling
one first down and that was earned, by the- erection of bleachers was pro-
on a forward pass. Throughout the i posed, but the supports of the bleach-1
entire game 160 plays were used,3 ers had to rest on the concrete, and
averaging just 40 plays per quarter. 1 after Arthur Peabody, state architect,,
Ihad spent a week in drawing plansl
NEW YORK.-Eddie Anderson, Wy- Ito eliminate this feature it was found
NEW ORKEdde Anersn, y-1to be impossible.
oming featherweight, won a decisive -
victory over Edouard Mascart of Since the gymnasium will accommo-
France in 12 rounds in Brooklyn. date 2,200 the extra expense of build-
_ing a sectional floor would more than
Seat up the difference in gate receipts.
Southern California with 386 points Thus the plan has been abandoned.

enter Iskenderian if the course is
fairly dry, while Thoits is to get the
final call, unless the snow and soggy
appearance of the course disappears
before the starting gun is fired. Due
to Callahan's absence, Hornberger,
Briggs, Reinke, Jung and Mason will
foran the best team and carry the
hopes of the Maize and Blue followers
into the run.
The start over the four and one-
half mile course will be directly out-
side of Ferry field near the tennis
courts and the finish line will be
strung over the plot of ground near,
the club house on the Ann Arbor
Country club links. The harriers will
get under way promptly as the course
has been cleared for the time of the
race. The railroad tracks will be
open and all cars kept out of thet
Hornberger and Briggs are Farrell's
best bets for the individual honors.
However, many upsets are expected
due to the poor condition of theI
course. Marquette college has the
favorite in the person of Schimik, who'
finished second to Phelps of Iowa in
last year's run.
Ohio's hill and dale team is now
bolstered by the return to form of
Captain White and the Buckeyes may
now be counted on to put in a strong
bid for the top honors. Wisconsin,1
iaccording to past performances,!
should win the team championship
with little trouble. Behind them come
many strong aggregations headed byj
Iowa, and Michigan. Little is known
concerning the Notre Dame contin-1
gent, but no trouble is anticipated,
from that quarter. Minnesota's team
will attend arriving with the football
The Gophers had not been countedI
on to stir up much trouble, but after
their excellent showing against the
powerful Iowa runners, their strengthj
cannot be disregarded._
Mickey Goldberg of Milwaukee
I cored a technical knockout over
Johnny Posky of Windsor in the sec-
ond round of a bout at Detroit Monday

Oosterbaans and ,lolenda Expected Tol
Report After Football; Will
Practice More
Freshman basketball candidates
will be given their initial practice of
the season at 7:30 o'clock tonight in'
Waterman gymnasium under the di-
rection of Coach Ray Fisher. All
candidates are requested to bring
their own equipment.
Practice will be held at Waterman
gymnasium four nights a week until
the intramural basketball schedule is
started, when the freshmen will take
up quarters at Yost field house. Reg-
ular scrimmages will start shortly, as,
the squad will be cut each night next
week, due to the large number of men
While a large turnout is expected
tonight, the number should be in-'
creased considerably when the fresh-
man football players report, probably
next week. Work in fundamentals
and in th'e style of play employed by
the Varsity squad will not start until
after the final makeup of the squad
is determined.
With the freshmen taking up their
quarters in Waterman gymnasium, the
Varsity squad will move today to the
Yost field house, the assembling of
the Varsity court having been com-
pleted yesterday.
The Varsity will practice five times
a week from now on, working out
Monday, Wednesday and Friday after-
noons, and Tuesday and Thursday
nights. When the' freshmen come to
the field house, they will practice
Monday, Wednesday and Friday nights,
and Tuesday and Thursday afternoons.
With more than a month's prelimi-.
nary practice over with, Coach
'Mather is beginning to get a real line
on his candidates, and will now de-
vote his time to organizing a first and
second team. However, final deter-
mination of the Varsity quintet will
not be made until after the football
players have reported.
There is some doubt as to just who
will report after the Minnesota game,
but it is certain that Benny Ooster-
baan and Bo Molenda will become
candidates for the court five. Louis
Gilbert, Sam Babcock and Bruce Gre-
gory are also basketball players, and
may report after a week's rest.
BUFFALO.-Frankie Genaro, New
York, defeated Vic St, Onge of Buf-1
falo when the referee stopped the bout
in the fourth round of a 12 round en-

Interfraternity Cross Country
Race Won By Phi Sigma Kappa
With three men placing first, third points and the third team to place,
and eighth, Phi Sigma Kappa cap- 65 points. Thirty points were given
tured the annual interfraternity cross to each fraternity that entered the
country race held yesterday afternoon race. .
over the intramural course despite lThe fraternities finished the fol-,
the poor weather conditions. Alpha 11. Phi Sigma Kappa
Rho Chi finished second, while Theta 1.2 Alpha Rho Chi
Chi took third place. .Theta Chi
H. R. Schadelee, '27, running for 4.AThaKC a md
Phi Sigma Kappa, took first honors 4 Alpha Kappa Lambda
. 5. Phi Chi
completing the, two and seven-tenths 6. Delta Tau Epsilon
mile course in 14:510 which is slight- 7. Delta Upsilon
ly over the record of 13:55. J. R. . Gamma Sigma
Radford, '27E, of Alpha Rho Chi, fin- 9. gma ApaMu
ished in second place while L. A. 10. Sigma Nu
Walsh, '26E, of Phi Sigma KappatookfL Beta Theta Pi and Phi Sigma
third honors. Delta, tied
William Fortune, '29E, was the 13 Phi Lambda Kappa
third runner of the winning team to 14. Phi Kappa}
finish, taking eighth ,place. W. B13.
Clark, '28E, of Alpha Rho Chi, took
seventh place, while Vern Gibbs, '26E, Coach Mann will hold the regular
of the same team, finished in 10th all-campus swimming meet tomorrow
place. Theta Chi took third honors night at the Union instead of on Fri-
with R. M. Whitmer, '28, placing1 day night. The meet will consist of'
fourth, S. R. Bannister, '26BusAd, the regular six races, the majority
taking 12th place and E. P. Brown, handicap affairs, and a water polo,
'28, coming in 15th. game between the Varsity and a yan-
Fourteen fraternities entered the higan squad, which will be picked
annual run, with 53 men competing. from the campus at large. Medals
The winners received 75 points, while will be awarded to the winners of all
the second place team received 70 races.

Petitions to the Board in Control of
Athletics are to be circulated among
the students who are in favor of in-
stalling skiing as one of the sports
at the University, as a result of the
meeting which was held Friday eve-
ning at the Union. At this meeting
over forty people responded to the
call for those interested in the sport.
It is necessary to present a list of
names to the board in order to obtain
its official snction.



'A Complete Line of Equipment for Every Sport

Two relay teams, picked from the
Varsity swimming squad, will meet
the Detroit Athletic club team in a
pair- of races Thursday, Dec. 3, at the
D. A. C. pool.
One relay team will consist of ten
men, each man swimming 25 yards,
while . the other squad will be com-
prised of six natators. In the latter
race the distance will be 50 yards and
the' stroke to be used will vary, two
men swimming backstroke, two breast-
stroke, and two free style.
This will be the first outside com-
petition of the year which the squad
will get and should serve to help put
them in shan for their Christmas

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