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TRCKE TO MEET
TOIHTT UNION
F'arrell, Carier, lad rayer To SpeAk
At annual Tack Raly Wi'lih
w Frmilly Opes Season
FIRST MEET FEB. 27
All arrangements for the track pep
meeting tonight n rooms 316, 313 and
320 of the Union are comnplete and
everything is in readiness for Coach
Steve Farrell, veteran track muentor
to formally open the 192 track sea-
son by issuing his official call for
track and field candidates. The con-
mittee in charge has arranged a pro-
gram of five speakers, all of whom are
in close contact with the track team.
Robert Grab, track nanager is
chairman of the meeting, and he will
have on the platform with him Coach
Steve Farrell, Prof. Ilery C. Carver
of the ]atleimtis departmecnt,.1 roJ.
William A. Frayer of the history de-,
Ilartment, Richard Freyerg, captain
;. f the track team and Eghert R. L- n
bell, former Coference cross coun-
try and two mile champion. f
Each year. a meeting of this sort is
held zin. oder to discuss the ;schedulet
for the year and also to stimulate in-t
M terest in track on the campus. Last
year a large number turnedl out for
the gathering, and with the growing
j interest in track a capacity audiencen
° is expected tonight.
r Last year Michigan had a most suc-
cessful season, wining both the in-1
.3 oor aaldld outdoor Conference trackt
titles, and although the actualf
strength of the team this ,year is not
' known yet, it is likely that Steve will
xt turn out a squad that will again bidt
for Big Ten laurels.e
Over 50 men are now working cutt
daily under Coach Farrell and it isc
hoped that the meeting tonight will
bring out more candidates for thet
team. The team will not be given
any hard workouts until after finalc
examinations, when regular- tie
l trials will be held in order that thet
coaches may get an idea of the meritsn
of the men.I
1 The 9 rst meet in which the teafi<
will p rticipate is the Illinois relay
g carnival on Feb. 27 at Urbana, III.
Four Teams To
Use The Yost,
ar System In '26
' Coach Fielding 11L Yost and the fam-1
ous Yost system of footlall coachingI
will be in vogue in four major con-I
a tests of the Big Ten during the 19261
,p gred season.
Two of Yost's former football s~ars,o
Cappon and Steele, who recently sign-g
edl to deve~op the football teams of thec
Univrsity fKansas, will meet anoth- f
er of Yost's men when the Kansase
eleven meets the University of Wis-
consingrid team at Madison, Oct. 9.
Coach George Little, who accepted s
the position of head coach at Madisonp
d last year, aided Yost in developingo
x Cappon and Steele as members of the I
Michigan football teams. Cappon andv
-m- Steele have both been members of the-
coaching staff during the past season
and are well versed in Yost's style of
play. With Little using many of the
football tricks he learned while as-
sistant to Yost at Michigan, in reality
Sthe game should be a Yost versus
Yost combination.v
Coach Little will also face another
member of Yost's coaching staff in the
opening game of the 1926 season when f
the Cardinals play Cornell college
of Iowa. Coach Richard Barker, now
athletic director and head football
coach at Cornell college, was a inui
her of Yost's coaching staff in2
and 1924, leaving Michigan last June
to assume his duties at the Iowa
q school. Barker was also in charge

of the Varsity wrestling team.
Coach Yost will face one of his own
stars when the Wolverines meet the
Oklahoma Aggies on Ferry field next
fall. Maulbetsch was an All-American
grid star in his undergraduate dayst
here at Michigan and is now athletic
director of the Oklahoma school.
One of the greatest 'battle in the
Big Ten next season will be the Michz-
igan-Wisconsin game when Yost
matches his football strategy with his
former aide, George Little. Yost (de-
efated Little at Madison last season,
the Wolverines romping away with a
21-0 victory.
The U. of D. has booked a basket -
ball 'game.' with the St. Mary's teaml
from Winona, Minn.

'Mann Prepares
Swimmers or
Badger Meet
('oactli ta t I\ cnzlntits swim-
riers tlirou ;ii anothler hard drill yes-
terdLay tei'.u,,,oonPt, fthe IUn ion 1)o01 in
all efflort i iron Out Ole faults Which
the sxvNmN11rrers diuplayed tein0I1-

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dialiet 1 (1 in ordier to add speed
and grace to his individual performers.
Wisconsin will undoubtedly present
a very st rong team and the outcome
of the mieet is purely a toss 1up)ul-i
less the Badgers upset all adlvance
predictions. With almost the same
team which placed second in the Con-
ference imeet last yeiar and with their
relay quartot which cap~turedI first
place, also in tact, Michigan's chances
for a win are silit adl hough Coach
Mali an's natators may be exp~ected to
give the Badiger s a bal.
Coach INanfn's biggest prob~lemIi at
preen lys wi~th Lhis breast stroke
men, as neither Whlittinghiam nor1
Sholrr have been going well. Whit-
tiighzai ilaced fourth in the Big Tfell
meet last vear' but so far this sea-
s011 has been unable to app~lroach his
last season's form with the result
that this dep~artment is weak. Shorr,
'competing onl the Varsity for the firsttieha;alofldtoprac is
time marks of last season, when he
comp~etedl as a member of the fresh-
man squadl.
Utp unt il the Jndliana meet the back
stroke wa; 'a prloblem but if Rtobertl
Hlsted 'all Improv'e slightly 0on his}
time of. one miite, 56.4 seconds for
the 150) yard event he may be relied
upon011to lplace well in the remainder
of the season's meets. Clarence Bat-
ter and John Hlalsted have also turn-
ed in some good performances sincel
the vacation period. John had see-!
ond place won at Indiana when hel
was disqualified for making an illegall
turn.
IThe dashinen will meet up with oneI
of the best men of the Conferencel
whlen Herschberger comes here withl
the Wisconsin team as, he was thel
mainstay of their swimming squadj
last. season and placed well in the
Conference .meet.

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PPRFECT_ TEAM ,PAY1
31;?I'M 5111i1 'Jurml~eo. 1"iid A ifith
ihi7' Whi Vacant Jlot
Although tihe WolveinelCFive has
played five gamnes this season and has
been successful in each encounter,I
Coach Mather is still faced with the
problem of finding a fifth man to.
make the Michigan basketball team
a smooth working combination illtile
remainder of the Conference contests.
1Coach Mather's squad will face ani-
other strenuous weekend when it
m~eets the Michigan Aggies and thef
University of Illinois teamis here Sat-
urday and Monday. Michigan Aggies!
hold a close victory over Chicago, butI
dropped a hard fought game to they
Northwestern cage team that gave
Michigan a scare in tile-opening Con-
ference game. Michigan Aggles have
always b)een -traditional rivals of
Michigan and 'will be at their best.
when they meet the Wolverines herej
Satuirday night.
Michigan showed flashes of ieing a
strong basketball team against Mis-
souri, b~ut was erratic at basket shoot-
ing. The Iowa-Michigan gamne is
probably the roughest gamie ever play-
edl in Yost field house, the gamehe
beuig marred by frequent personal fouls
by both teams. The W610ferines fail-
ed. to avail th'enscleves of many scor-
ing oplportunities by making only four'
foul goals out of fifteen chances.
Shipper Mather used most of his
available reserve strength against the
I1-lawkeyes in an effort to uncover a,
forward that would fit into the Michi-
gan combination. Oosterbaan, Reece,
Martin, and Chambers all showed
ability, but nothing to warrant the
coach to believe that he had at last
made a "find". Reece, playing his
first game for the Maize and Blue,
showed the effects of competeing in;
his initial game, but in spite of his
nervousness showed a possibilities of
filling the left forward berth.

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:QATI . IC REC t I S ';,
A cndiidi ofstcadyirorve-
:rmnn. ;:tll prog ress A v't'l' last
< =li , iS,to e(' 1111(i n i le iian-
1 11sta~'m~lt ~ 1urdle univer-
~mtyfot 4~24 :~ ;aed iby COI.
N. A. l>,'t:ogasd : ector of i-
lt a;,Evr ts 'ywith the
z* ) (' <<'Cptini i 5ile Xt',i' 5rports
it I i li<4;1ana' cl~uimatlpwobib-
it 4 llirldby the athletic
I 1l1st year'stoareipo ve
$1 2.3of which football
b)1011 t in .$82,312.05 which is an
increaseWover a year ago. Tuie
report reveals that Purdue's
athletic receil~ts are Itbe smialles}t
of any -Big Ton school.
Purdue Works To
EllVen Ohio Seric

"MOP.1KUrIY TFIAUIAVVIIIL
STATE IN. FIRST
i iCoichBar'ss' Varsity hockey team, wiill
j weet thle Michigan State aggr'egation
ii thl irst nia-tcll of the sealsonlnext
Tuesday iliiht at the Coliseum.
'I'l( following Th'lursdlay Marquette
college will send a t eami to Ann Ar-I
lior to c'r055 sticks with. Captain Rey-
nold(s andl his coh'orts. On Feb. 6
I teVarsity will journey to Lansing
fra return'l engageenlt with Michi-
g pan ,state. Another preliminiary meet
Iis piendinig before the beginning of tile
I (onferenmet season on February 12.
Last night's p~ractice was called off
as result of the p)oor condition of
-the ice. The pucksters have been
practicing regulai'ly every night to
(late andI will continue throughout the
season. There are still 20 men o01
the suln u aigbe n

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'liouliced by Coach' Barss as yet. It
Disappujim huh over their fa iluire tol is prIobable that the squad will, be
down Ohio in the opening; West ern kept intact till the opening of tihe
Coilference (claslh, then members of 'regular Conference seasonm.
Coach Warid L ambert'sIteam heldi The M. S. C. game shouldl not pro-
work outs at Purdue y esterday, for thle I vide the Woverines with much c0o11
'Buckeyes jli Meimorial gylmciasillul to-,l)Ctit ion, b)ut it will aid materially in
morrow nighlt. Th'le Boilermakers are developing team pllay, which has beenl
far from downhearted and(feledquiteh shown to be weak in the past scrimi
hopeful of eveniing th cun: ih heI ats Wisconsin defeated Marquette,
Ohio squadloon the local floor. A. let-! the second opponent on Michigan's
lup inl defensive wVork anld lbrilliant schedule, in two games played last
basket shooting by Cunningham put week. Tihe Badgers have a very pow-
the Bucllkeyes in the lead in the see-;erful team this year and will give
ond laIf anid they retained it. Coach I3ar ss' team plenty of trouble
later in the season.
j W~,ashingt on has hooked 13 pre-sea- IAthough no definite team has been
son baseball games, picked as yet several men are certainll
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Timle athletic association has co-
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75 11/en Prcic e L AFAYETTE, Ind., Jan. 12.-Coach
i ' 1William von Bernuth's Purdue wresti-
Track At ]J'adson~ing squad, with a generous sprinkling
of new candidates trying out for many'
Coach T. E. Jones has set to the #'#of the positions, will o~n its West-
task of developing the 1926 University) emrn conference schedule at North-
of Wisconsin track' team and daily( western next Saturday. Von Bernuth
has 75 candidates working out in the has one of the hardest working squads
ancient Badger annex. TI.he loss of in school, and the Purdue nientor is
16 regulars of the 1925 rumnners and the hoping to overcome the handicap of
possible loss of tin additional pair green material in this fashion. Start-
leaves the Badger with less than a ers in the Purdue meet are unidetided
handful of veterans. at the present time.
Facing a schedule of 11 indoor and' -__________________
outdoor clashes the Badgers have
gone to work in earnest and everyone 31~A:! ERIAIJ TRYOUTS I
of the newcomers is working hard to)
fill up the gap 'left by the graduation All sophomore and second se-
of the 16 letter men. { mester freshment who wish to
try out for time assistant mamn-
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