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F INALCUTO The$OONsbI l socalled TO H LIN D M 3
because it is theone which Haz-
en(Kiki) Cuyler hit into right(
First Five Shows Poor Form in Game field for two bases in the eihth Mate A. A. I. Competition To Be ilhid
But Win 19 to 9; Meet Ohio inning of the last game of the here Dec. 17; Six Dual
wesleyan 1Dec. 12 world's series, clinching the title Meets Then Follow the
for the Pirates and enriching the ter
CHAMBERS LEADS BLUES players for that amount, has been SQUAD SHOWS PROMISE ing
insured for $250 by a New York ---- Ea:
Coach Mather yesterday announced eitelry Concern. John F. Nugent,h the first meet of the 1925-26 Col
owner of the ball, in telling of Coach Mann will turn histhe
the fourth cut of the season in the the arrangement said it would aensotover,i the anex to w for
basketball squad which leaves 19 men, I be used as part of a window dis- atoad ring aendto neeks
five being eliminated ntect wo pa nNwYokadtri I towards perfecting and conditioning pa
fiv bin emmte mthe cut. Two! play in New York and later in his swimmers for one ot the hardest ot
more football men are expected to re- several other cities. schedules ever faced by a Michigan A
port next week, and shortly after thats sever taag A
another cut of five candidates will be swimming team. Gra
made leaving 16 men who will be re- H U I I L The schedule will get underway gat
tamed for the remainder of the sea- ##..13 lllUUL L UIILI LlILI11! iJ1 in earnest with the state A. A. U.1 1fis
son onhiiaidrouh e-meet which will be held here Thurs- du
.jday Dec.' 17, and which will be foli- wo
Torwad nowst ee composed ofsninen D I IOR IR olwed up by six dual meets in as to
guards. The forwards include: Chain- many cities during the seven day per- car
bers, Harrigan, Hutzel, Mogaridge, CHICAGO, Dec. 4.--Japanese col- T iod, Dec. 18-24.1 to
Rasnick, Reece, Line, Kruger and leges are making great progress with It was originally intended to holdTr
Gregory. The three centers are: Cap-1 baseball, it was declared here today the A. A. U. meet Dec. 10, but be- kc
tain Doyle, Gawne, and Martin. The by Coach N. H. Norgren, after bring- cause of the number of conflicti g tou
guards include: Cherry, Davis, Ginn, ing back his University of Chicago events to be held on that date the lish
F. Kuenzel, W. Kuenzel, Petrie, and nine from its tour of the Oriental s meet was set back one week. The in 1
Schroeder. islands. Visits of Americ n college Christmas vacation trip will start the E
Four of the seven "M" men on this teams, and the invasion o~f the big next night with the Detroit Yact ene
years' squad will not be able to play leaguers of several years ago, encour- club forming the oppositionand the . i
next year as they are seniors, they aged the development of skill and in- team will end up at the Toledo Y. Mu. Yea
include Doyle, Cherry, Mogaridge, and creased the public following of the CA. in an afternoon performance. ton
Ginn. There are four "AMA" men, game, he said. the Conference schedule. 192
three sophomores, and five players "They are exceptionally good at Conf.rJck sceu ks,
~ Capt. Jack Gow, "Buck" Samson, in
who are having their first year of; fielding," said Coach Norgren. "But and Darnall gave excellent exhibitions S
competition among the 19 now pra-. their greatest improvement in recent in the 50 yard free style. Thursday in t
ticing daily. years is in the pitching. They have night against some of Detroit's best sea
In the scrimmage yesterday, the learned change of pace, and this has dashmen and may be counted on to low
Blues did not play as good ball as made them harder to hit. They are place well in the Conference meets
they have previously this week, al- more consistent in their batting, if they continue to improve. ty
though they won by a 19 to 9 score.) though they do not hit much harder. Shorr and Whittingham both swam Gr
They were unable to work their of- "Waseda university has two of the good races in their heats of the md- a
fense in their usual style, and their best college pitchers in Japan. They Icy race, more than holding their own Gu
defense was weak. Petrie broke are Takeuchi and Fugimoto. Prob- against the Boat club and Yacht club Bar
through the defense of the first five ably the best of the collegiate hurlers, breaststrokers. Batter also showed Geb
on three occasions and scored direct- however, is Yuasa of Meja univer- to good advantage in the backstroke. Fol
ly under the basket. Line accom- sity. He is very heady in delivery of As a member of the freshman squad Bry
plished the same feat on another oc- the ball. We found Ono, pitcher for last season, Batter was primarily a Fli
casion, and Petrie made it nine points one of the professional teams, hard free style man, but late last spring Am
for the Orange tran when he tallied to hit also. He beat the big league Coach Mann advised him to specializeA
from the foul line. ( team that visited Japan. in the backstroke, with the result that C
Chambers led the Blue offense by "We won 13 games, tied 5 and lost 3. he may star in this event this year. Cle
garnering three baskets and having a We had a fine time but are glad to getcap
perfect day from the foul line regis- home. I'll have to get busy pretty Clement Coady has been elected car
tering four times in four attempts. quickly with my basketball team. We Harvard football captain for next sea
'the remainder of the 19 points were haven't much time to get it ready for son.t
made by Cherry with two field goals, the 'Big Ten' rave." Eleven players
and Doyle with two baskets and one made the trip with Coach Norgren. I PAY YOUR SUBSCRIPTION NOW._P
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the first basketball game of the sea-
son, a week from tonight at the field R L t L (f esnP
house, and they play another game
before the Christmas vacation Dec. 17,
meeting University of Pittsburgh here. v
Virtually all of the Conference
quintets swing into action this week. ITY rC
Iowa and Wisconsin both have their
first games on Monday night, and Min-
nesota :plays Notre Dame at South I=
Bend on Dec. 12. -
- Maize and Blue adherents will be
able to obtain an idea of the strength
of their team during the next week as
Ohio Wesleyan meets Ohio State on =
Dec. 9 and three days later they op-
pose the Wolverines.Aoi
if PR-ITPTIA special sale on Adler two-
PRINCETON, N. J., Dec. 4.-John pants suits, including every suit
W. Davis, Jr., of Brooklyn, who forp,
two years has played guard for Prince- .
ton, was chosen captain of the 1926 in our stock. Each suit will be
football team here today at a meeting
of all the letter men. The selection sold for the price of a one-pant
continued the Princeton tradition of
choosing the captain from line ma-
terial, completing a decade since suit and the extra pant will be
Frank Glick, halfback in 1916, led a
Tiger team from behind the forward--
wall. free-in other words, we will be
Davis has seen hard service for the-
last two years at guard and is con-wi
seltsr sitwo pant suits for the
sidered one of the strongest linemen -

on recent Princeton teams. He is six
feet tall and weighs 195 pounds. priccfa one--pant ui.
Previous to the election it was o
thought Jake Slagle or Dan Caulkins
were the most likely candidates for
the election. Slagle distinguished him- e y
self all season by his passing and Come E ry
ended the year with his spectacular,=:-
82-yard run in the Yale Bowl, while
Caulkins' judgment at quarterback
made him a logical contender. It has
been the opinion in Princeton for sev- -=
oral years, hcwevet, that better team = S e ilSik r
play is insured by having the captain Special S ckers
a member of the forward line. I=In Olive and Yellow
with MohairCollar and Leather Belt
ITHACA, N. Y., Dec. 4.-Gil .
Dobie has no intention of retir- -
ing as coach of Cornell football
teams, he announced tonight

d Tryon Bests
trange Over
Year Period
(By Associated Press)
NEW YORK, Dec. 4.-Completion of
1925 collegiate football season has
minated remarkable individual scor-
records in the Middle West and
st. Because Eddie Tryon entered
Agate prior to the adoption there of
freshman rule it has been possible
rhimt in four consecutive years of
y to pile up 350 points, an average
87 1-2 per season.
N comparison of the records of Red
ant and Trvn n - +w ta+ +h (IM



'H1arry Hleilmn L eads

Bengals InI

liins Accounted For, Figures
Point Out

(By Associated Press)
DETROIT, Dec. 4.- Lu Blue got
more free transportation to first base
during the 1925 season of the Am-
erican league than any other mem-
ber of the Detroit team, the official

(By Associated Press)
EAST LANSING, Dec. 4.-Michiganj
State college boasts two star swim-
mci's eligible this year for intercol-
legiate competition.
Miss Dorothy McWood, of Detroit,
holder of the national record for the
women's plunge for distance, andI
Reinhold Thomas of Detroit, holdersl
of the state A. A. U. backstroke rec-
ords are State's aquatic performers.
Miss McWood has been a student at
M. S. C. for three years but Thomas
become eligible for intercollegiate
competition for the first time this year.
Thomas is best in the 150-yard back-

est additions to Coach Young's track
forces come this year from the grid-
iron. Capt. Bohn Grimm returns to the
sprints and with him come two sopho-
mores, Paul Smith of Saginaw and
Jack O'Connor of Hastings.
Smith, who hurled weights in high
school, won the shot put event as a
freshman, last year. He also throws
the javelin and discus and has added
pole vaulting to his varied track ac-
complishments. O'Connor is new to
the track.

to back outscored the fiame-hajir'etl


sh of tile Illini by almost00 points records reJeased today reveal, and
ring the three-year period that Red he ranked fourth to all the players in
re jersey No. 77. Grange amassed a the league in this accomplishment.
al of 186 points during his varsity He also was headed only by Heilmann
eer. Grange's scoring was confined and Cobb in the number of runs re-
the making of touchdowns, while sponsible for, although in batting per-
yon branched out into field-goal centage he is well down in the list.
king fromn scrimmage andl-after Harry Heilmann, although leading
kchdowns. I is aided him nt estab- the league in hitting, was second to
idg an amazing nark of 284 points dhmeusel of the Yankees in the num-
his last three seasons. !! ber of runs responsible for; that is,
hven in carting the ball across runs scored by him or that were scor-
my goal lines Tiyon bested Grange ed because of him. Cobb is eighth.
their scoring duel of the last three Ieilmann proved an easy man to
rs, the Colgate star chalking up 43! pitch to, being hit by only one pitched
chdowns to 31 for the Zuppke ace. ball during the 133 ganmes in which
'on made 15 in 1923 and 14 in both be appeared. He struck out 27 times.
4 and 1925, while Grange tallied 12 ting eye, fanning only 12 times, but
1923, 13 in 1924 and 6 this season. i he was hit five times by pitched bas
coring records of backfield stars 11 a mes y wa twled 67
theEas wh copleed hei t I n 121 games and was walked 67
she East who completed their third times. "Red" Wingo went thorugh
.son on the giidiron this year fol- the entire, season without being
v214:2Towounded by a pitcher.
1923. 1924. 1925. Tot. ( Heinie Manush, who was hit by
'on, Colgate ....84 89 111 284 more pitched balls in the 1924 season
aham, Fordham 22 48 78 148 than any other player in the league,
apley, Navy .....38 23 43 104 gotout of the wayof them better in
stafson, P'tsb'gh 18 24 56 98 1925, being hit only twice. O'Rourke
num, W. Va. ....34 0 43 77 was hit 11 times, being just one behind
)hard, Lafayette 30 24 18 72 Mostil for the doubtful leadership in
ey, Syracuse ...30 7 34 71 this branch of the game.
yor, Brown......24 25 18 67 Johnny Tavener had the most
ppin. Navy......24 0 30 54 ; strikeouts on the Tiger team-60-
os, W. & J. ....39 0 12 51 and was third to McManus and Ruth
in the league.
'OLUMBUS, O.-Marty Karow, of
veland, was named 1926 football Entries are now open for a faculty
tain of Ohio State university yes- quash and handball tournament to
day. Karow played fullback with 'e held soon. A loving cup will be
s year's team, awarded the winner of each. As soon
yas a sufficient number have signed
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L. VV~d l\. A , d .AA 'Y
stroke but was able to break all the erett Dean's Indiana university has-
backstroke records at the Michigan ketball team will open the season here
meet last year. Thursday night when Miami univer-
sity of Oxford, O., opposes the Crim-
EAST LANSING, Dec. 4.-The larg- son in the men's gymnasium.







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