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Capt. Callahan
WJOLVERINES LOOK Ean rs
Earns Cross I
TO'SECONDTiTLECountryAward,
leahh i Court 'Naterial, Including, Roy Calahan, Varsity cross coup-j
shiny Veterns, Practichig ;try captain, will be awarded his Var-
Under41'ocli Nthersity "Nl" for this pat season, accor(I-
________ac Mthr ing to an a'ou ncement madte by
AES ID CoachSteveFarrellyesterday, de-
spite earlier reports which statedl
that only Briggs and lornberger had
With the 1925 Big Ten football earned their letters.
championship safely put away, Michi- J Captain Callahan failed to earn his
gan will make a strong bid for an- Varsity insignia in competition thisl
other title, looming up as one of the F year. as injuries and illness prevent-
outstanding contenders for the Con- ed him from running in any of the l
ference basketball championship. meets except the first meet of thej
The Wolverines have not had the season with Wircomsin, but a rule of l
honor of claiming the .Big Ten bas- the athlofic association states that,
ketball title since 1920, and it is with "The captain of any team shall al-
great anticipation that the Michigan ways be considered eligible to re-
fans view the coming season. Every ceive the Varsity insignia, any of the
year since that time Coach Mather's above rules notwithstanding."
squad has been making a bitter fight Caliahan was; slated to play a starI
to regain the premier honors, but role with the harrier squad this sea-
have fallen short of the goal each son, but the hard luck jinx that has
season. !followed the Wolverine leader duringl
Coach, Mather will *be ably assisted his first two years oi, ,cross country
in his coaching duties by Franklin experience again appeared, with thel
Cappon and "Duke" Hayes. Cappon result that first he Wxas injured and
is a product of the skipper's, playing then he became ill.-
on the 1922 Michigan cage team.t
hayes assisted Mather last season
and will devote his time this year be- r
tween the physical education school OR, SPEW hONES I1

GRANGE TO DON PRO JERSEY
TODAY 11N 'PLA CE OF " 77"
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Grid Schedule
May Remain
Without Change

Michigan's football schedule for the
1:1926 season will probably call for six
Conference games with- the same
elevens which faced the Wolverines
thiis. fall, but no definite approach has
been made to any of the Big Ten
schools, according to Fielding H. Yost,
director of athletics.
Michigan has unexpired contracts
with Wisconsin, Illinois, and the Navy.
The Badgers and the Illini are sched-
uled to play on Ferry field next fall,
while th'e Navy calls for a game in
the East.
Coach Yost will undoubtedly con-
tinue relations with Michigan State,
Minnesota, and Ohio State,, three tra-
ditional games for the ,ostmen.
Northwestern and Indiana have not
been approached concernin1g the sched-
uling of games, but if dates ,can -be
arranged it is likely that these two
schools will be on the Wolverine
schedule.
Definite arrangements will be made
at the Conference schedule ;meeting
to be held in Chicago Dec. 3, 4, and 5.
~CROSS COUNTR AAE

MISSOURI ENDS SEASON WITHi
SETBACK BUT WINS TITLE
(By Associated Press).-year, while allntherother teams but
KANSAS CITY, Mo., Nov. 25.--There, Kansas have another game in which
are still three Missouri valley confer- nthey may add to their totals.
ence games to be played, but the Un-, Individual scorers
iversity of Missouri has captured , T FG PAT Pts.
the 1925 football championship, in J. Behm, Iowa State ..4 1 5 38
site of their defeat by Kansas Sat- ,(Includes3 safeties)
urdayin the last few minutes of play. Jackson, Missouri.....6 0 0 36
Iowa State, the runner-up, also was Spears, Drake........5 0 0 30
defeated Saturday. Two intersection- Meeter, Grinnell......3 2 6 3Q
al games round out the season's pro- Corey, Iowa State .....5 0 0 30
gram Thanksgiving day, Nebraska en-IMoaGinl....302 0
tertaining Notre Dame and Drake Moritean, Griseouri....31 2 201
playing Southern Methodist universi- 1N. Behm, Iowa State . .3 0 0 18
ty at, Dallas Texas. The conzerence Meek, Kansas Aggies . .3 .0 0 18
standing: i Rhciles, Nebraska.....3 0 0 18
Op, }Lamb, Oklahoma......3 0 0 18
Won Lost Tied Pts. PtsJ Clark, Missouri.3 0 0 18
Missouri . 1 1 100 8 Brown, Nebraska......2 0 3 15
Iowa State ... 1 100 1 , Sweet, Grinnell.......2 0 0 12
lDrake " . ....5 2 0 59 to r'Hall, Oklahoma .. 2 0 0 12
Grinnell......2 1 1 82 60
Nebrask4 ....2 2 1 52 29
Kansas Aggles.2 2 1 58 36 PITTSBURGH.-Detroit will be the
Oklahoma ....2 3 1 58 44 mecca for American and Canadian
!Kansas.......2 5 1 X30 68 skaters and takes rank as the first
Okla. Aggies .0 2 1 34 71jcity outside of the East ever to stage
Washington ..0 4 1 26 96 an ice speed championship meet of
- international character. The City of
KANSAS CITY, Mo., Nov. 25.-Jack-I Straits has been awarded the Interna-
son of Missouri is the leading point tional Skating association meet, the
scorer of the Missouri Valley confer- exact date for the carnival to be de-
ence, with his schedule closed for the cided later.

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and the basketball team.
With the opening game of the 1925-
26 season scheduled for two weeks
from Saturday, Coach Mather is faced1
with the problem of selecting the1
opening lineup from the wealth of
material on this year's squad. The
members of the football team who are
planning on joining the basketballl
squad have not reported yet, but arel
expected early next week.
Bruce Gregory is scheduled to re-1
port Monday. Gregory was a member
of the squad most of last year, andl
is counted on to strengthen the squad
this season. Sammy Babcock is alsot
expected to join the squad soon.
Benny Oosterbaan and Bo Molenda
two of Yost's stars, are heralded as
two of the outstanding sophomore
basketball candidates of the Confer-
ence. In 1923, both Oosterbaan and
Molenda earned the "all-American"
prep school honors in the national i1-
terscholastic basketball tournament at
Chicago.
Coach Mather has been working
with the rest of the squad for morel
than four weeks, and has th'e men

WILL LEAVEMINNESOTA
(By Associated Press)
MORGANTOWN, W. Va., Nov. 24.-
Dr. Clarence W. Spears, head football
coach at the University of Minnesota,
said here today that there was no
basis for the report that he was con-
sidering relinquishing his position at
Minnesota because of dissatisfaction
with the administrative side of the
athletic department.
Dr. Spears, who arrived in Morgan-
town today, declared the trip was.
made merely to visit friends and wit-.
ness West Virginia university, where
he has been coach for four years, in
its final game of the season tomorrow
against Washington and Jefferson.
The Minnesota coach declared he
was satisfied with his team's record,
despite its 35-0 defeat by the Univer-
sity of Michigan last Saturday, and
said he had /told the Gopher author-

Elliott Chamberlain,

'27, was ap-

"Red" Grang(, and
"Ied" Grange, perhaps the most
famous and colorful figure in the an-
nals of the grid game, will make hisI
professional debut this afternoon,
playing for the Chicago Bears against
the Cardinals.
At the same time, the old number
"77" jersey which covered the body
of the famous redhead as1he spread!
-havoc through the opposing arrays,(
vill be placed in a position of honor
In the new Illini gymnasium. T['his
famous emblem of gridiron prowress
will tell its story to the ages as the
jersey receives the admiring gazes of
the throngs in future years.
The Bear's stadium is completely
sold out and the football worll s
ready to see the far famed flash ap-
pear in his new role.
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pointed Varsity cross country mana-
ger for the next season yesterday,
Iws Famous Jersey with Staffan A. Ecklund, '28; James
Toling, '28, Bernard Pupko, '28, and
I Robert E. Reynolds, '28, as assistants,
Coach Mann has cancelled this Grove G. Tolcott, '28E will serve as
week's all-campus swimming meet alternate.
due to Thanksgiving. The meet will All these appointments were made
be held next week as usual. J pending approval by the Board of Coni-
- trol of Athletics, which will pass on
The weekly calisthenics and swim- them at its next meeting.
ming drill, which is usually held every j
Thursday noon, will not be held this ILet The Daily sell it for you thru
week, on account of Thanksgiving. the Classified columns.-Adv.

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well advanced in the fundamentals of ities before assuming the position
the game. In the tentative lineup, that he would not undertake to pro-
four members of the squad are con- duce a winning team the first year.
sidered possible starters in the open- Director., of Athletics H. A. Stans-
ng game. The skipper has been us- bury, of West Virgina university said
Ing Captain Dick Doyle at center, Red' there had been no negotiations with
Cherry at guard, and Harrigan and Dr. Spears for his return here. "We
Chambers at the forwards. are entirely satisfied and pleased with
Harrigan was an outstanding play- the workS of Coach Errett Rodgers
er on the 1927 freshman basketball and 'his assisting staff of West Vir-
team, but was ineligible for Varsity ginia graduates, and expect to have
competition last fall. Wilbur Petrie, them all back next season," Mr.
a sophomore from Huntington, Ind., Stansbury said. "We are thoroughly
is another forward possibility. Kuen- ( committed to the graduate system of
zel and Line, members of last sea- coaching, and will adhere to it."
son's squad, have reported and will Director Stansbury added that there
have to be considered as possibilities were no West Virginia alumni or
for the Michigan squad in the Con- Morgantown business men at Ann Ar-
ference race this season. bor with authority to speak for the
univ e it y chli tJU utadn1 Lt t1 rl

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IOWA CITY, Ia.-Gus Wunschell of
Davenport, was chosen to lead the
1929 freshman football team at a
meeting of the yearling grid team
CHICAGO. - Wally Marks half-
back, was elected to the captaincy of
the 1926 Chicago university football
team. He won on the first ballot over
Drain, quarterback.
CHICAGO.-Ike D'avis, White Sox
shortstop, who broke a knee-cap in
the city series with the Cubs, under-
went a second operation last week.
IOWA CITY.-More, than 20 weight
men are working out daily under
Coach Martin in preparation for the
opening of the track season.
The Michigan Chimes will pick an
all-Conference fbotbalj .team which
,will be announced in the Nov. 29 is-
sue.

university atmeuc aeparmenr, ana
said that he was confident nobody
had represented himself as possessing
such authority.

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MANN ANNOUNCES CHANGE
IN SWI)IMING TRIP
Coach Mann announced a
slight correction in the tour
which the swimming team has
scheduled for the Christmas holi-
Idays.
The Detroit Athletic club
which was originally carded for
jDec. 19, will be met on Dec. 18
' instead, and the DetroitYacht
club will be the first team that
the squad will meet after it
leavestAnn Arbor for its holiday
Itrip, talking the Detroit Athletic
club's place on the schedule. To-
ledo Y. M. C. A.'s team will be
encountered in the afternoon in-
stead of at night on Dec. 24.

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