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At the invitation of the Lake
Placid club, 1tree members of
the newly formed Wolverine
outing club, will fta ke part in
the fifth aninuima college winter
sports (ri'val at 1L"ak Placid
thIe last. week in Dcr;embher.
The Wolverine olting club

Iageinen To Ieturn Dec.
For Xlsouri Gam
January 2



Good GameI

NEW YORK.-While Red Grange1 A proposed union organization of
andBErnie Nevers, who has signed a western conference football and. bas-
! $25,000 "pro" contract are the leading ketball officials, sponsored by several
-Americ'an stars to decide on leav- s prominent grid and floor arbiters,
ing college ranks others 'on the 1925 will be formed with no objection from
all-star list compiled by the Assoc-I Big Ten authorities.,
iated Press have rejected overtures
Coach Dean Expects Hard T seWith from professional promoters. Patronize Daly Advertisers.
Strong Aggregationi Frya

Tani Ehn To Meet le etroit Yacht Clu,
Toroto Anid Erie Y. I. C. A.,
And Pittsburgh
Coach Mann and a squad of seven
swimmers will leave this afternoon
via motor for Jtroit, where they
will meet the Detroit Yacht club in
-the latter's pool in the first of four
swimming meets which have been'
carded for the vacation period. "Doc"
Staalds will accompany the team asl
The men who will make the trip
are Capt. Jack Gow, Paul Samson,
Robert Darnall, Clarence Batter, Man-I
fred Whittingham, Maurice Shorr, and
Gerald Harrison.
The other teams which will be met
during the itinerary are Toronto Y. M.
C. A., Dec. 19; Erie Y. M. C. A., Dec.
21; and the University of Pittsburgh,}
Dec. 22, the team will return to AnnI
Arbor the following day. In all of
the meets scheduled the regular dual'
meet program will be followed with
the exception that Erie is the only
team which the Varsity will meet in
water polo. The trip will be self
supporting as guarantees for fixed
amounts have been made by all the
teams which are on the schedule.
Due to the small number of mena
which' will be taken on the trip, every
swimmer will compete in at least two
events. Captain Gow will swim an-
chor man on the relay team besides:
entering the 50 and 100 yard free style
events. Darnall, a member of last
year's freshman team, will participate
in the same races as his captain and
will also be a member of the relay
team. He has been showing to good
advantage in daily practice and should
press Captain Gow hard for first!
place honors in the dashes, and the
pair should prove a reliable pointi
getting source against Michigan's op-
ponents on the trip.
Samson and Harrison will be the
Michigan entries in the 220 yard race
With Samson the favorite as Harri- i
son's best event is fancy diving.j
Samson is a veteran of last year's
team while this is Harrison's first
year in Varsity competition. Samson
will also swim on the relay team,
probably in the lead off position.
Batter will swim on the relay quar-:
tet, but his specialty is the back stroke
event. As a member of the freshman'
team, Batter devoted his efforts
towards becoming proficient in the I
free style, but just before school
closed last spring, Coach Mann ad- I
vised him to specialize in the back-!
stroke with the result that he is con-:
sidered a more valuable man in that I
event than in the free style.
Whittingham and Shorr will be the
Michigan entries in the breast stroke.


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was organized at a meeting I1MEET N.U. JANUARY 9
Wednesday igh wlwhich was at-
tended by over 30 students in-I
terested in winter sports. It was Coach Mather has issued an order
jat this meeting that it was de- for all members of his Wolverine bas-
(ided to accept the invitation of ketball squad to report Dec. 28 in
the Lake Placid Club.
Thel men who will make the order to prepare for the opening game;
trip are C. L. Anderson, '28, G. of the new year when the veteran
L. Lindberg, '26 and C. L. Unir- Uiversity of Missouri cage team will
ivas, '26M. Anderson is presi- invade Ann Arbor Jan. 2.
dent of the club, while Lindberg The Michigan squad has shown im-
and Hirivas are on the board of(I provement since the opening game ofj
directors. All these men are en- the season with Ohio Wesleyan, but,
tered in both the skiing and the , Coach Mather is anxious to work out
skating events and are expected a smooth playing combination before
to show ip well. the opening of the Big Ten Confer-
_ __ence. Mather has Northwestern sche-
duled at Evanston one week after the
Missouri tilt, and with his lineup un-
I U~ HA~bUVOsettled he is faced with a real prob-
1n U H IirMissouri has always been one ofl
IL EA the best basketball teams in the Mis-
souri Valley Conference, and boasts of(
a veteran team this season. Coach
MADISON, Wir.-The University of( Bond, is rated as a developer of strong
Wisconsin's championship four mile teams and will undoubtedly present a
relay team of 1916 is recalled by the powerful team against the Michigan.
possibilities now open to Coach Tom five.
Jones for the development of another Northwestern is stronger this sea-
fine quartet of Badger milers. In al- I son than the Purple teams have been
most a decade's time, prospects have in the past. In the opening game of
never loomed more brightly. the season the Wildcats swamped the
In three members of Coach Mead Notre Dame five, which was ranked
Burke's Badger cross country team, ! as one of the best according to pre-
Big Ten champions, Jones has a trio season reports. "Moon" Baker, cap-i
of runners that are virtually certain i tain elect of the Northwestern foot-
of places in his group of four milers. ball, and basketball letter man, has
George Schutt, captain-elect of the recovered from his football injuries
cross country team, last spring de- and is slated to, be one of the main-
veloped. into one of the best milers stays of the Purple cage team this1
in the middle West. He could go un-j season.
der 4:30 almost without effort and in Doyle, Chambers, and Cherry are
the Michigan-Wisconsin dual meet he three veterans that are likely to re-j
cut his time to 4:23. He will be one main in the Michigan lineup, but the
of the members. other two positions are as yet an ex-t
Victor Chapman, individual five mile periment. Harrigan, a new man on(
champion of the Big Ten, last year the squad, has shown great scoring
was the greatest freshman runner in power, and makes a strong bid to re-s
the history of Cardinal yearling ath- main on the Varsity five. Molenda,
letics will be the second man. In a Oosterbaan, and Sammy Babcock have
municipal indoor meet at Milwaukee been working with the squad only
last winter, this young runner not during the past week, and Mather has
only gave Joie Ray and Ray Watson, not definitely decided on the places
world famous distance men of the Illi- they will fill. Osterbaan is a tall
nois Athletic club, the scare of their center and may work into the center
lives in a 4:21 mile, but he held the position. If Oosterbaan is placed at
lpace against their best efforts to take center it is likely that Doyle will be
it from him over the greater part of shifted to one of the guard positions.
the route.
Earl Eelleson, finalist in Olympic J ALBUQUERQUE, N. M.-The Has-
tryouts in 1924 and former Ripon col- kell Indians football squad left here I
lege ace is to be the third member. i last night for Los Angel to meet
In his last meet for Ripon, the Mid- the Los Angeles Athletic Club eleven
west College conference, he won the on Saturday. When the Indian eleven
mile in 4:25, the two mile 9:57, and returns to Lawrence, Kan., from LosJ
the half-mile in 2:00. Angeles it will have traveled 23,0001
miles during the 1925 season. Its
Let The Daily sell it for you thru game record to date includes eight
the Classified columns.-Adv. wins, two losses and one tie.

BLOOMINGTON, Ind., Dec. 17.
Coach Everett Dean's Indiana basket-
ball team is anticipating one of its
hardest battles of the season tomor-
row night when the Wabash !CMheg
quintet invade Bloomington.
Whenther Sponsler and "Slim John"
Winston can stop the scoring power
of "Red" Robinson and his Little
Giant teammates remains to be;seen.
The Wabash ace was held scoreless
except for foul goals against Iowa
last Saturday night but the defense of
the Crimson is not thought to be as
well ierfected so early in the season
as that of the I-awkeyes.
Miami was able to break throu
the Indiana screen and Coach 1)eafl.
-hasstarted plans for the bracing of
his guarding power. Laxness of de-
fense may be due to the shifting of
the scene from the football field to
the basketball court, and if true, the
Wabash offensive Mnachine may find
Indiana rather difficult to go through
toniorrow night.
The center positison left vacant by
'Harlan Logan, second high point scor-
er in the Conference last year, remains
open, with Robinson, Connersville,
Jones, and Farmer, scrapping for the
!regular berth. This trio iof pivot men
+are sophomores and it has proved to
ibe a real task for Coach Dean to de-
Red Chj-ry signate one above the other. As far
Red Cherry whose floo work wasI as practice sessions and games thus
far would indicate, the three are as
one of the nutstanding features of the evenly matched on the court as any
Pittsburgh game last night. Besides players who ever donned the Crimson
his brilliant guarding and dribbling, court uniform here.
Cherry accounted for two goals and EF
one free throw. Providing he contin- DETROIT.-Gerald Flannery of De-
.troit was elected as captain of the!.
ues to improve as hie has in the first triia lce a ati fte
sUniversity of Detroit football team for
two games of the seas'on, he will un- the 1926 season last night. Flannery
doubtedly again be gone of the out- has played regularly at center and
standing stars in the Western Con- I has been one of the outstanding men
ference this season. on the team.

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Whittingham is veteran of the last
two years while this is Shorr's first!
year of competition. 'Whittingham was,
a consistent point gainer last year ina
the dual meets and he placed fourth l
in the Conference meet at Chicago at
the conclusion of the season. Shorr
has not yet been tried in Conference
competition, but he has been doing
some excellent work in time trials,
and swam a strong race in the breasti
stroke heat of the medley relay in
the meet against the Detroit Athletic
and Boat clubs two weeks ago. He
will also iswim backstroke on the
Harrison, Whittingham, and Batter
will compete in the fancy diving in
the meets with Harrison the ranking
favorite among the Michigan entries.
Although this is his third year on
the campus it is his first year as a
member of the Varsity squad as he
did not come out for the team last TIES
year nor for the freshman team in
his first year on the campus.S CK
After the trip the team will not re-S CKS
sume regular practice until school
reopens, although all of the swimmers SHIRTS
will keep in shape by practicing daily
in their home town pools.
HAMILTON, N. Y., Dec. 17.-Captain
Eddie Tryon received the Skull and"
Scroll football trophy at the annual- JEVELR
football smoker here in recognition of'I
his services as the most valuable man MUFFLE
on the Colgate squad during the past!
season. This is the second time tlh t
he has won the trophy, and he no HANDKE
has permanent posession of the costly
rigulation-sized silver football, which1 MEN'S
is engraved to duplicatesexactly a
regulation pigskin. It was also an- ;.,,1'N




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