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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TUESDAY, 'ANUARY 5>, 192(

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PURPLE SATURDAYi
Co.h aThder Seeks To Sirengthen
Defense Btiore Start Of Big
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With the irst three non-Conference
games. already played, Coach Mather
will send his Varsity court squad
through some. stiff practice sessions
this week in preparation for the
opening game of the Big Ten race
against Northwestern Saturday night
at Evanston.,' - .
The entire squad reported for prac-
tice a week ago Monday, and the Skip-
lper made the most of the week by
holding two practices each day, de-
voting the morning drill to shooting,
passing and fundamentals, while
lengthy scrimmages were held during
the afternoon. The two workouts per
day schedule ended yesterday.
The Varsity five showed marked im-
provement in defeating the Missouri
university auintet 27-19 Saturday
night at the feld house. "Bo" Molei-
da, who starred in his first court con-
test against Pittsburgh, was again the
leading scorer against the Missouri
five, accounting for three baskets and
a free throw.
Benny Oosterbaan started as Frank
Harrigan's running mate, but was re-
placed by Ed Chambers in an attempt
to strengthen the defensive play of
the five. Molenda and Oosterbaan re-
ported to Coach Mather quite late, and
are first assimilating the fundamentals
of the Skipper's style of play.
Michigan led Missouri 14-12 at the
end of the first half, but the second
period found the Wolverines playing
an improved defensive game, with the
result that the visitors were held to
but seven points, while the Maize and
Blue five scored 13 points.
Coach Mather will devote the major
portion of his time to the defense this
week, as the Purple boasts a strong
combination that does not lack scor-
ing power. Michigan's chances of fin-
ishing close to the top in the Con-
ference race are entirely dependent
upon the defensive strngth of the Var-
sity, as the offense, although still lack-
ing in polish, shows considerable
promise.
It is still doubtful as to just who
will face Northwestern Saturday. Mo-
lenda seems to have earned a regular
berth as "Red" Cherry's running mate,
while Capt. Dick Doyle is a fixture at
center. Frank Harrigan will prob-
ably get the call for one of the for-
ward positions, with Ed Chambers and
Oosterbaan fighting it out for the
other forward job.
The Varsity five will return- to Ann
Arbor immediately after the contest at
Evanston, as the Wolverines are sche-
duled to meet Iowa's strong team
Monday night at the field house.
BIG LEA6UES TO TRY
OUT SOUTHERN STARS
(By Associated Press)
ATLANTA, Jan. 4.- Many former
Southern Association baseball stars
will be seen in action in the big lea-
gues next year, if they make good dur-
ing the spring training season.
The Washington Americans called
W'in Ballou, star pitcher of the Chatt-
anooga Lookouts, into their fold dur-
ing the latter part of the seasn to1
make him eligible for the World ser-f
ies., Used as a relief hurler by Man-
ager Harris, Ballou made a good show-
ing.
Among the other players purchased
by Washington is Charles "Buddy"
Meyers, shortstop- of the New Orleans
Pelicans, who this year came to the
association from the Mississippi Agri-
cultural and Mechanical college.
"Stuffy" Stewart, Birmingham sec-
ond baseman, who stole approximately
fifty-three bases during the season;
Tex Jeanes, heavy ,hitting outfielder,
also of Birmingham; "Cowboy" Jones,
Mobile outfielder, and "Lefty" Thom-
as, Nashville pitcher, also were pur-
chased by Washington.
The Pittsburgh Nationals recalled
George Haas, Birmingham outfieder,
and bought Alvin Crowder, pitcher on

the same team.
Brooklyn purchased Ray Moss and
Frank Kohlbecker, pitcher and catch-
er respectively, fgom Menmhis. Moss
was given a trial )y the St. Louis Car-
dinals several seasons. ago.
Thomas Jefferron Gulley, outfielder,
who ranked second among the lea-
gue's leading btes and Eddie Me-
Bee, Iefthanded I dian nitcher, were
sold by Little Rock to the Chicago
Americans.
Dan Michalove, president of the At-
lanta pennant-winning Crackers, an-
ounced he expected to see Nick Cul-
lop, home run king of the league, and

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With initial riiudrations for the By eO
1926 baseball s a on only a few weeks ((Coach Mann's Nataors Beat Detroit, By Jacques O'Grady
',ay, Coach Oe fm df:iu Toronlto, Ptb;urgh; 134iw To { Fielding H3. Yost, Varsity football
ask aoah - -r teiiulErte; Polo Tl'am Loses coach, pickedl an all-time all-American
task of ielacnsip of last year's ___ football eleven for the Christy Walsh
veterans wvho were lost through! syndicate during the Christmas holi-
graduation i one o wserma-STATE RECORD BROKEN days, the selection being the 23rd in-
innetly iije u inian accident.;stallment of the "My Thirty Years of
egera d a d Bachmnan will not be Michigan's Varsity swimming team Football" series that the veteran
seen in , le (wfiold this year, but the nmsscoach has written for the syndicat.
coach has two capable veterans of the
1925 temn to take thir Places in initial pre-season training trip, Coach
Pucklwart a roe e. anns proteges winning from the D he comPlete seletion follows
The infield 'esentis the most difMi- troit Yacht club, the Toronto Y. M- ti Player College Year
cult problcmi to the coach, as three C. A. and the University of Pittsburgh, . hardw Cok, Harvard......1915
veterans, flag eriy, Dillnan, and and losing to the Erie Y .M. C. A. The T.-Hart, Princeton......... 1912
Giles, have confpleted their baseball water polo team defeated Erie, 1-0, G.-- effelinger, Yale ........ 1890
careers at Michigan. Coach Fisher in the only match played on the trip C.-SchlZ, Michigan......... 1909
plannedt o use vrholm, an excellent Against the Detroit Yacht club the G.-Hare, PennsylvaniaI......19 1,
all-around man and one of the best 200 yard free style relay team, corn- TI.--Fish larvarl.......... 1911
hitters on the squad as a regular sec- rosed of Darnall, Gow, Samson, and E.--Muller, California........ 193
ond baseman this season but due to Dunakin, set a new state record of Q.-Eckersall, Chicago.......19,46
an injury he is permanemnly through 1 minute, 43.3 seconds in winning the H.-Heston, Michigan.........1904
with baseball. The other reserve in- event, while Darnall who swam lead- .-Thorpe, Carlisle.........1912
fielders are not of Frst string caliber. off man for the quartet succeeded in -F.-Coy, Yale ..............1910
Cherry is the only veteran catcher taking first in the 50 an 100 yard
and with his experience of last sea- free style races. Capt. sack Gow was Michigan and Yale are the only two
son he should be on a par with the d Y bthkthesen ac e o schools that have two representatives
best receivers in the Conference. on the first team. Willie Heston, gen-
Two veteran hurlers, Jablonowski Michigan's breast st okers, Whit- rally regarded as the- greatest ack
Toetrn urcsrr tingham and Shorr, had to be content a1 eadda rae~b
and Walters,. will be ready for the tnhmadSor a ob otn of all time, and "Germany" Schulz,
call, and the Maize and Blue pitching with second and third places respec- rated by football experts as the game's
Ltively in their events, Donald MClel- greatest pivotman, wee the two Wol-
staff this sesorn should render val- gets vt;n
able aid in the fight for the title. In lan of the Yacht club taking first verines selected.
Molenda. Coach Fisher has a hurler place. Michigan scored 38 points
who will probably develop into Var- while the Yacht club counted 31. "Brick"; Muller, California's star
sity timber before vthe slaon ends The Michigan natators broke five end of two years' ago, is the only
Among the men on last year's fresh- records to swamp the Toronto Y. M. player of the last decade to gain
,t.oit.pin C. A. team 44 to 15 in the meet held recognition on the first team, being
man team wno will try for positions there Dec. 20. The relay team start- paired with lardwck, of Harvard,
on the Varsity nine are Lang, an ot- ed off the record breaking by setting at end.
fielder, and Loos, Gilbert, McLane, a new Canadian mark of 1 minute,
Oosterbaa, and Kublicek, ifielders. 43.4 seconds in their event. Batter Three stars of recent years are
replacing Dunakin as the fourth man. placed on the second team Blackfield,
Darnall then set a tank record of the men being "Red" Grange, of Il-
F91L TO' ISC[OSL PHICE 125.1 seconds in the 50 yard free style,
! and a record of 57.1 seconds in the
'jl100 yard race, while Mourice Shorr
swam the 100 yard breast stroke ev-
ent in 1 minute, 17.4 seconds to set
~~~a new record in that race.
ST. LOUIS, Jan. 4.-The price the Whittingham also broke the exist-
St. Louis Browns, Amrican League ing mark and placed second to Shorr
club, paid to obtain Ernie Nevers, over Auborn of Toronto. Samson
Stanfqrd university athlete, has not swam the final race of the evening
been disclosed, but reports here to- when he set up a new mark in the
night were that "it was well up in 200 yard free style of 2 minutes, 15
four figures." seconds, and then swamn on to set aR edu[;tt
P. D. C. Ball, owner of the Brown, mark for the 220syard free style. R '
when questioned concerning the trans- Darnall placed second to Samson. nff
fction, said he does not know him- The team rested on Sunday and on i fJ
self the terms of the contract with Monday they fell prey to the crack!
Nevers. Ball said the Pacific coast Erie swimmers who defeated Coach
star was signed Saturday at Jackson- Mann's squad, 42-18. In this meet
ville by Manager Sisler of the Browns Darnall host his first 100 yard race
on instructions he received from the of the trip placing second to Cross of
club owners.. Erie and had to be satisfied with third
"Sisler did not include the terms place in the 40 yard dash. Samson
in the telegram he sent me Saturday," scored the only first place for Mich-
Ball said, "but he will write a letter igan when he defeated Cross and Gil-
detailing the transaction." lespie in the 220 yard free style in a
offered Nevers a $5,000 bonus to sign nd in the abreast stroke, with Shorr
with that club, and that a similar offer third.
was tendered him by the Cincinnati In the meet at Pittsburgh, the Mich-
club. igan natators again showed to good -
Ball had been after Nevers, he an- advantage, holding the Pitt swim-
nounced, since he was advised recent- iers to 19 points while they were
ly by California friends of the big fel- gathering 50. Pitt's only first place
low's prowess, both as a pitcher and came in the fancy diving and the
plunge, the latter event no longer be-
a batter. ing recognized in Big Ten circles.
13a11 also announced tonight that Darnall again took a pair of first plac-
the Browns will return to Tarpon es in addition to swimming on the
Springs, Fla., to establish their 1926yietorious relay team, whose other
training camp, members were Batter, Samson and
Gow. Shorr and Whittingham, by a
To Open New Rink last moment burst of speed, took first
and second places respectively in their
Tomorrow 'Night, event over Brodie of Pitt who set
the pace the majority of the way in
Michigan's new skating rink will be the breast stroke event. Samson and
..ician'spnewiskatingcrin l ,, beDarnall were first and second in the
oficially opened with a "faculty nght 220 yard dash, with Harrison second
program tomorrow night, at which in the fancy dive, and Batter first in T R YO U R
only members of the faculty will be the 100 yard back stroke event with
cnitted. Shorr taking third in the same race.
The rink is equipped with a new Captain Gow was second in both the
pipe. organ, and has been improved 50 and 100 yard free style races.
in many other ways. It was first
opened Christmas day and is now open NEW YORK.-Two young pitchers,
to students and members of the fac Joe Maley and Sam Wernke, will be
ulty. Season tickets, which included sent by the New York Yankees to
40 adiissions are $3; to children of Atlanta, of the Southern Association,
Ann Arbor public schools, $4; and to as part payment for Frank Zoeller,
the general public $5. outfielder.
Joe Moore, international amateur COPENHAGEN. - Dr. John D. SUIT OR (
speed skating cha'mpion, has gone to Prince, the American minister, by
Saranac lake, New York, to prepare radio sent greetings to Iceland. The

Other Michigan players to receive
mention are Curtis, who is placed at
tackle on the second -team, Neil
Snow, end, Benbrook, guard, and
"Boss" Weeks, quarterback.
The backoeld of Walter Eckersall,
Jim Thorpe, Ted Coy and Willie Hes-
ton is generally accepted as the all-
time all-American backfield, but there
is considerable dispute as to the per-
sonnel of the line.
31any are wont to place Eddie Ma-
han, the former Harvard flash, in
place of Ted Coy, of Yale. "Puge'
I Reffelfinger is rated as the greatest
guard of all time.
R EMODELLIN OF OLD
BUILDINGUNDER WAY
i Re-modeling of the former eye and
I ear division building of the old hos-
pital group, to make the four story
( structure into a modern maternity
ward, is underway. The improve-
ments to be made in the building will
cost close to $20,000.
The upper floor is ready for paint-
ing, while on other floors work is
progressing satisfactorily. The new
ward will be ready for use about
Feb. 1.

linois, "Chick" Harley, of OhioS
l and George Pfann, of Cornell.
(lie" Mahan, of Harvard is the f
choice. Grange is the only play
this past season to be mention6

State,
"Ed-
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er of
d.

With more than 80 entries in the
all campus, wrestling tournament, the
preliminaries of which will be held at
7 o'clock Friday at the field house,
wrestling seems to be facing it sbig-
gest year on the Michigan campus.
The semi-finals in the tourney will
be held the following Saturday morn-
ing and the finals at 3 o'clock Satur- t
day afternoon. Any man on the cam-
pus may enter the tourney regardless i
of his scholastic standing and a gold l
medal will be awarded to the winnerl
of each event.
Six football men, Palmeroli, Grin-
nell, Sullo, Baer, McIntyre, Parker,'
and Schoenfeldt have reported to
Coach Keen and are working out!
regularly with the wrestling team.
After three weeks of practice,
Kalies, Baker and Sullivan show
promise in the 115 pound class; Kar-
bel, Solomon, and Nagelkirk in the
125; Maynard, Gillard and Simpson in
the 135; Cranage, Sauer, Schaffer, and
Wolff in the 145; Donahoe, McIntyre,
and Campbell in the 158; Preston,
Rich, and Sinclair in the 175; Greil-
lieu Palmeroli and George in the un-
limited class.
Eddie Collins gave his injured leg
a severe test in a recent extended
hunting trip and thinks it is as good1
as ever. The White Sox without Col-'
lins is just an ordinary team,

MANAGERIAL TRYOUTS
( Second semester freshmen and
sophomores wishing to try oat
Ffor assistant intramural manag-
er should report at once to the
Intramural office.
Doctor Aids Many
By Fund Gained In
Sharpening Tools
STUTTGART, Ark., Jan. 4.-Dr. L.
A. Clark of Suttgart, has, through the
unusual vocation of sharpening sugi-
cal tools, given a college education to
11 orphans. Dr. Clark and his wife
tour the country in a motor truck
home which also carries his tool
sharpening outfit. Meeting many
leading surgeons throughout the coun-
try in this way, he learns from them
the names of worthy young men and
women who desire a college educa-
tion.
The Isle of Malta was the doctor's
birthplace but his family carie to the
United States when he was four years
of age. They settled in New York.
When but seven years of age Dr.
Clark ran away from home and be-
came a bootblack.
It was at that time that Dr. Clark
resolved, if ever he was able, to help
as many homeless boys and girls as
possible.
Nine of the eleven orphans who owe
their college education to Dr. Clark
are women and two are men.

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