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PACE SIX

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1925

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TRACK PROSPECTS
BRUITFOR 1826
Yefcran", Of1-!Se'l 'nv!'W's Ga11mios
To Forii Nucleus For Strong,
A gregation
DASH MEN ARE SCARCE
Immediately after Christmas vaca-
tion Coach Farrell will start inten-1
sive training in order that he may get
the Varsity track squad in shape for
the indoor season.
Although hampered by the gradua-

Leads

Wolverines,

MATH ER LOOKS FQR1
SECOND CGE lTITLE
lverines Tied For First Place
F Purdue And Wisconsin
In 19:0O
PLACED SECOND TWICE

tion of Reinke, ubbard, Brooker,
Wittman and other star performers of
last season, the team this year should
prove to be one of the best in the
Conference.
The sprints are rather weak, Sterl-
ing being the only man left from last
year's squad. However with the addi-
tion of Crimi and Kelly, two sopho-
mores, the squad will be strengthen-
ed considerably.
Coach Farrell has some excellent
material in the quarter mile, the en-
tire relay that won the mile relay
at the outdoor Conference meet last
year, being in school. This relay con-
sisted of Feinsinger, Mueller, Herrn-
stein, and Ohlheiser. Feinsinger is a
capable performer in the quarter, hav-
ing covered the distance in less than
50 seconds on more than one occasion
last year. Munger and Valentine from
the freshman squad, may develop into
good quarter milers by the time the
outdoor season begins.
In the half mile Capt. Freyberg is
the outstanding performer, being sec-
ond only to Reinke last year. Pfluke,
Likert and Beals are other men of last
season who show promise of develop-
ment. Schmeling, captain of last
year's freshman team, is a half miler
of merit who with a. bit more experi-
ence should come through in good
shape this season.
All the cross country men will be
utilized by Coach Farrell in the mile
and two mile. Ilornberger, Jung,
Reinke, Briggs, Callahan, Baker, and
1skendarien are the men who will be
,aailable.
In the field events Michigan's out-
standing performer will undoubtedly
be Northrup. ie tan throw the jav-
elin over 200 feet, broad jump over 23
feet, and in the pole vault can clear
12 feet six inches. It is hoped that
Northrup, who had an attack of ap-
pendicitic recently, will be sufficiently
recovered to compete in the indoor
Conference meet.'
Other men in the field events are:
Munz in the shot and discus, McCaf-
free in the hammer, Weeks, Burgwin
and Kelly in the high jump, Doyle
and Hawkins in the shot, McLellan in
the pole vault, Lovette in the javelin
and polevault and Palmer in the jave-
Ein,
CROSS COUNTRY
Members of the Varsity cross
country team will meet at 11:45
'o'clock this morning at Rent-
schier's studio to elect the cap-
tain for the 1926 harrier team.
The group picture will be taken
at the meeting.
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When the Varsity court players take
the floor against Ohio Wesleyan at
7:30 o'clock tonight in the Yost field
house, they will inaugurate Coach Ed-
win J. Mather's seventh seasoil as
Varsity basketball coach.
Coach Mather took up the reins as
basketball coach in 1919, coming here
from Kalamazoo college, where he de-
veloped championship teams. Basket-
ball was new to the campus at that
time, as Michigan was the last of the
Big Ten schools to take up the sport.
One or two indifferent seasons had
been played previous to 1919.
With the advent of the new coach,
basketball soon became a popular ma-
jor sport. The first Varsity under the.
Mather regime tied with Ohio State,
Northwestern, and Minnesota for last
tplace, but the next year Michigan tied
for first place with Wisconsin and
Purdue, two teams who had ruled
supreme for many years.
The next year Michigan tied with
Wisconsin for second honors with a
record of eight games won and four
lost, while Purdue won the title with
a record of eight games won and one
lost, playing but nine games.
Michigan led the Conference during
the first half of the race the follow-
ing year, but ended behind Wisconsin
and Iowa, who were deadlocked for
high honors. That was the year
Michigan lost Bill Miller, all-Confer-
ence forward the season before, Cap-
pon, who was injured, and George
Haggerty, then a sophom'ore star, who
became ill. The loss of thees stars
wrecked Michigan's title aspirations.
With "Red" Cherry and Dick Doyle
playing their first year of Varsity
competition, Michigan again loomed as
title winners in 1924. The Wolverines
led in the race until Cherry was de-
clared ineligible, the new combination
failing to perform up to champion-
ship caliber.
With three star players, Haggerty,
Cherry and Doyle, with which to build
up a strong five last season, the Skip.-
per lacked two more experienced]
players to round out the quintet, and
was forced to experiment for the
greater part of the season.
Michigan will open the 1925-26 sea-,

Skipper Begins OAr
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Seventh Seasoni rr omsVU
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fast rounding in

AND OFFICIALS
SS RULES TOD)AY
nolds, who will act
the Michigan-Ohio
ntest tonight, will
cussion of the bas-
at the meeting of
h school and minor
lies and officials at
today at the field
150 coaches and of-
pected to attend the
'hich is the second
eld at Ann Arbor.
e meeting the visit-
ness a demonstra-
to be held between
arsity fives and one
man quintets.

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of Coach Manns Michigan swimming
Ieamn, has been appointed coach of the
Ann Arbor swimming team'
Papenguth completed his three

! Papenguth Signs 'AV N I
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yers of co"petitioi at the close of
last season, earning two Varsity let-
ters and an "AMA" for his work on
the team. He did not confine his work
on the squad to his specialty, the
Laney dive, but also competed in the
100 yard swim and relay event. In
th-e Chicago dual meet last season,
Papenguth placed third in the 100 yard
swim.
BLOOMINGTON, Ind. - Indiana's
wrestling team may go East this win-
ter to grapple some strong eastern
3 aggregation, according to a statement
by Coach Omar IHeld. ,The hoosier
mat mentor said that Pemnnshyvania
was ieing considered among possible

ST. LOUIS, Mo., Dec. 11.- Rogers
lornsby, manager of the Cardinals
and champion batter, is of the opinion
that no player in the National League
will hit .350 or' more next year if the
league uses the same lyind of a ball
I that the Cardinals played with dur-
ing final month of the 1925 pennant
race.
The manager of the Cardinals de-
clared that the new ball was not
as lively as the old one and that it
was harder for his players to get base
hats in September than it was in the
early part of the season.
Four small pieces of lead are now
inserted in the cork centre of the ball
and this no doubt cuts down its resili-
ency.
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla.-The four-
teenth annual convention of the Am-
erican Investment , bankers closed
here today.

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Mo., Dec. 11.-Although
nd making no predic-
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Dick Doyle
Captain' of the 1926 Michigan bas-
ketball team will lead the Wolverines
into battle against the invading Ohio
Wesleyan five tonight on the Yost
field house floor. Doyle has been a
consistent player on the Varsity for
the past two years, and will be a
mainstayin Coach Mather's machine
in the gaimes scheduled for the com-1
ing season.
Snyder, Voelker and Lasser are the
hurdlers from last year's squad and
with the addition of Jones and Cooper
from the freshman team Coach Far-
rell will have some good material to
work with.

basket ball combination. The Mis-
souri team this season started out
with seven veterans, all of which were
stellar performers last year.
For ten years the University of Mis-
souri ranked as the Mecca of the
western basketball world. During this
period of time they were never known
to go below second place in the Val-
ley standings. But in the last two
years the Tigers were toppled from
their high nnacle, and have had to
be satisfied with the less elite.
The Tigers open the season with
Purdue university at Lafayette, Ind.,
Dec. 31. Then on the second day of
the new year Coach Bond will take
his team to Ann Arbor to battle Mich-
igan.
There are seventeen men out for the
varsity, the squad being composed of,
the following: Capt. Hugh McMillan,
Joyner, Yunke, Bacchus, Knight,
McQueen, Hamilton, Reed, Windle,
Gorman, center, Channon, Flamank,
McDonough; guards Buchner, O'Sul-
livan, Laughlin, and Koonse.
MANAGERIAL TRYOUTS
Second semester freshmen and
sophomores wishing to try out
for assistant intramural manag-
er should report at once to the
Intramural office.

Coach Mathier
son tonight with three veterans andl
two newconmers to Varsity competi-
tion, and barring ineligibilities or in-
juries, should be close to the top when
the Big Ten race comes to a close.
Entries for the all-campus singlesj
and doublcs ha tmlhl, anl independ-
ent, society, interclass, and church'
basketball tournaments are being re-
ceived at the intramural ofIcte now.
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