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PAGE SIX

T[HE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Candidates For "uL ePositions Next
Fall Ordered To Report For
Mat Work By Wienian
SCHEDULE ANNOUNCED
Tad Wieman, assistant director of
athletics, and head line coach of the
Michigan football team, has furthered
wrestling at Michigan considerably
by ordering all linemen of the 1926
football team to report to Coach
Keen's mat'squad yesterday.
Coach Wieman is anxious to have
the men keep in perfect physical con-
dition throughout the year so as to
be in prime share for the difficult
schedule facing the Wolverines next
fall. The addition of the football men
to the wrestling squad will aid infin-
itely in putting wrestling here on a
par with the sport at other Big Ten
universities.
The gat schedule for the Wolver-
ines calls for five Conference meets.
The Michigan team will journey to Col-
umbus Jan 23 to face the Buckeyes
in the opening meet of the season.
Immediately after the examination
period, Coach Keen and his squad will
meet the Purdue grapplers here. In-
diana will play host to the Wolver-
ines Feb. 13 at Bloomington, and the
following week Northwestern will
grapple with the Maize and Blue team !
here.
The last meet of the seasonis
scheduled with Michigan State Feb.
27 at Lansing.
This season wrestling in the Big
Ten ill be divided into competition
betwn groups A and B, the two
groups being separated so as to reduce
traveling expenses. Group A will
consist of Northwestern, Indiana, Pur-
due, Michigan and Ohio State; group
B will include Iowa, Chicago, Illinois,
Minnesota and Wisconsin. The win-,
ner in group A competition will meet
the leading team in group B, and the
second team in group A will meet the i
second in group B, etc., in meets to
be held March 6. In this plan each
team will meet its rival of relative
strength inl the other groun, thereby
deriving a final percentage basis upon'
which the championship will be deter-
mined.
The individual championship meet
which was held at Minneapolis lastl
season has been awarded to Purdue
university, March 12-13.
In'order to further stimulate wrestl-
ing at Michigan Coach Keen has ar-
ranged plans for an all-campus tour-
nament to be held Jan. 15-16. All
students will eligible to compete in
this tourney.
Coach Matt Mann, of the Varsity
swimming team, has been elected vice-
president of the Conference swimming
coaches.
MANAGERIAL TRYOUTS
Second semester freshmen and
sophomores wishing to try out
for assistant intramural manag- 1
er should report at once to the
Intramural office.

Ohio eslyyanrs lasietball quintet
which meets the Wolverine live in
sLir first game of the season Satur-
day night at the field house will be
composed of four football letter men.
Campbell being tho,only starter that
has not won a letter for work on the
gridiron.I
Captain Turney, who plays center
I on the fighting bishops team, was sec-
and high point scorer in the Ohio
conference last year and probably
would have led the other scorers if
an injury had not forced him out of
the last game. The Ohio quintet will
lineup against Michigan with 1ill and
Lamme at the forward positions,
Turney, center, and Campbell and
Harlow, guards. With the exception
of Harlow all of these men measure
more than six feet in height.
i Ohio Wesleyan has been runner-up
in the Ohio conference for the past
two seasons..
STARTTRAINING,
Dick Howell Leads Swimmers; Corlett
Captains Water Polo Squad Of
Conerence Champions
MANY VETERANS BACK
EVANSTON, Dec. 7.- Coach Tom
Robinson, of the Northwestern swim-
ming team, will begin intensive train-
ing today for candidates for the var-
sity squad. Several veterans and a
host of new material answered the call
for men which the coach sent out last
Tuesday, the majority of the candi-
dates being in fair condition due to
the class swimming meet which has i
just been completed.s
Dick Howell will captain the swim-
ming team this year, with Paul Cor-
bett leading the water polo squad.
Other veterans from the team which
won the Conference championship last
;dear who will be back are: Manovitz
in the dashes, Farrell in the breast-
stroke Bonnell in the backstroke, and
LaPook in the fancy diving. Howell
excels in the 220 yard and quarter
mile races though he is also a member
of the relay team and may be counted
on to count in the 40 in the dual meets.
Corbett in addition to being a consist-
ent water polo player is also a mem-
her of the relay team and the second
best dashman on the squad, Manovitz
being rated just a shade better in the
40 yard free style.
A number of man from last year's
yearling squad are expected to make
strong bids for berths on the first
team, Beck in the free style, McDonald
in the backstroke, and Oberlin in the
breaststroke being the outstanding
sophomores.
An interfraternity relay race will
be held in conjunction with the reg-
ular interfraternity meet at the Un-
ion pool, medals being awarded to
first and second place teams.

MANN FOR TRACK AND TA NKTEAMS
W 1 rie Traken1 WIll Eler OnlylVarsity Naataors Engage III Pair Of
One Indoor Carnii-a Prior To Ieetis Here And lin TWo At
Big Ten (liampionships (i1chigo And Evanston ,
! MEET CORNELL THERE CHAMPIONSHIPS HEL E
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Both the schedules for the indoor Micligan's Varsity swimming team
and outdoor season, in which the Var- will be faced with one of the hardest
sity track team will compete, were schedlles ever undertaken since
announced yesterday afternoon by mr
Coach Farrell. swimming became a recognized sport
Michigan's trackmen will open th'eir here during the 925-26 season. In
season on February 27, when they will addition to the various state A. A. U.
journey to Urbana for the annual meets, Coach Mann has scheduled dual
Illinois Indoor relays. On March 12 meets with four Conference opponents,
and 13 the Western Conference In- and the Big Ten swimming meet will
door championship meet will take l be held here March 12, 13.
place at Evanston. Indiana th'e first team on the sche-
It is probable that the first dual dule will be met at Bloomington, Jan.
meet of the indoor season will take 9, with the Wisconsin tanksters com-
place on March 20. The meet is still ing here the next week-end, at which
pending, as it is impossible to hold time the formal dedication of the
an indoor meet in Ann Arbor until Union pool to intercollegiate swim-
the basketball floor has been removed. ming will take place. Chicago will
On March 20 the annual indoor track come here the next week-end and thenj
meet with Cornell will take place at there will be a lapse of more than a1
Ithaca. April 17 is the date for both month during which Michigan will'
the Ohio State and Kansas relays, at not meet a Conference opponent, but
which Michigan will doubtless be rep- the team will have its schedule filled
resented. April 24 two more annual ( out with local and state meets, meet-
relay meets will be held, the Drake ing Northwestern at Evanston, Feb. 27.
and Pennsylvania classics. The Conference championships will
The Wolverines will open their out- ( be held here March 12 and 13 at the
door season on May 1, meeting the Union pool, the first time in the his-
Hawkeyes at Iowa City, in a dual meet. tory of swimming in the Conference'
The following Saturday, May 8, Ohio that the annual championship meet
State's team will meet Michigan at has been held anywhere except in Chi-
Ann Arbor. Illinois will come to Ann cago.
Arbor May 22 for the last dual meet
of the season. I MADRID.-A heavy storm sank a
On May 28 and 29 the Western Con- fishing smack off Corunna, drowning
ference outdoor championship meet the captain and two sailors.
will take place. The city in which ---
the meet will be held has not yet been s
decided upon. The date and place of ( This is: the first time in Coach
the national intercollegiate meet has ( Yost's 25 years at Michigan that
not been announced, but this meet will ( the same opponent in football
take place shortly after the Confer- has been met twice in the same
ence meet, and will terminate the 1926 1+season. Not since 1894, when the
track season for the Wolverines. Wolverines twice met the Michi-
gan Military Academy has a Wol-
VIENNA.-Censorship of crossword verine football team met the
puzzles is the latest measure to in- same team twice during one sea-
sure the stability of the Horthy gov- I(son.'
ernment in Hungary. 1

COACH
TRYOUTS]
TEAM TC
I Candidates
wrestling tea
portant meet
this afterno
house.
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Sigma P
In Swi,
Theta Chi def
in the finals of t
er polo tourna
afternoon at the
Sigma Alpha Mt
ta Chi spurted
win the match.
Beta Theta P
22-20 in the fina
swimming meets
Union.

FISHER'S BASEBALL SQAD
ICoach Fisher has arr ianged an eight
FOR WRESTLI4NG Igame schedule fyr his baseball team
) MEET TODAY during the spring vacation period, pre.-
vious to the oneniug of the regular,
for the Varsity lCenerenee championship race, which
am wil hold an im- will include games in 5 cities,. Games
Ling at 3:30 o'clock have been scheduled with Kentucky,1
on in Yost field Vanderblit, Mercer, Georgia, and Ohio
Wesleyan; Mercer and Ohio Wesleyan
LIFFORD KEEN, being newcomers on the Wolverines
Coach. spring training tiio
Kentucky will be met at Lexington,
April 10, and then the team will lay
hi L sover a day before engaging Vanderbilt
in a two game series, April TZ-13, at
mining 1MleetNashville, Tenn., and will follow this;
up with a hair of gaines at Macon,;
Ga., against Mercer university, and a
eated Sigma Alpha Mu series with Georgia at Athens on Fri-
he interfraternity wat- day and Saturday. Ohio Wesleyan.
ament held yesterday will be met at Delaware, Ohio, an
Union, by a 2-1 score. Monday, April 19.
u scored first but The-
in the final period to ANNAPOLIS, Md.-Though it seems
probable that Naval academy officials
?i defeated Sigma Phi will ask Jack Owsley to remain as
Is of the series of dual football coach, those close to the for-
s held yesterday at the mer Yale player and mentor are in-c
clined to believe he will not return.

HOLD INTERFRATERNITY rr
( MEET AT UNION TODAY-
I More than 300 swimmers have en-
tered the interfraternity swimming,
preliminaries to be held at 3 o'clock
today at the Union pool.
Four men will qualify in each event
to swim in the finals which will be
run off Thursday. A silver loving cup
will be awarded to the team scoring
to swim in the finals which will be
dividual prizes.
Today's meet is the regular inter
fraternity meet which has been held
semi-annually, and is not in conjunc-
tion with the dual interfi'aternity
swimming and water polo contests
which were instituted here this year.
The interclass swimming meet will
be held as soon as possible after the
Christmas vacation.
Tennis championships will be held
in May, exact date and location to be
agreed upon later. Cross country run
date and location were left to a vote
of the athletic directors.

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