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?AGE SIX
PA--S-,THE MICHIGAN DAILY TEURsDA

Y, FEBRUARY 11, 1926

QUINTET WIL OL
LAST DRILL TODAY
Squad Leaves Friday For (hmne With
Iowa Saturday; Engage
Gophers Monday
NINE MEN TO MAKE TRIP
Michigan's basketball squad will
hold its final practice of the week in
Yost field house tonight and will en-
train Friday afternoon for Iowa City,
meeting the Hawkeyes Saturda and
the Gophers at Minneapolis Monday.
Coach Mather's five has defeated
both of its opponents in Yost field
house, but the value of the home
floor will play an exceedingly impor-
tant part in the games this week. The
Hawkeyes and the Gophers have suf-
fered several defeats but all of them
were in games played on foreign
floors. Iowa boasts of a record of not
losing to a Big Ten team on its home
floor this season. Mather's men have
played only one Conference game on
other courts, that against Northwest-
ern in the opening game of the Michi-
gan schedule.
Coach Mather will take nine mem-
bers of the squad on the trip, but
just who will ,constitute the squad
will not be deteritined until the close
of the final practice tonight. Captain
Doyle may lineup in the same pos-
tion as in the Minnesota game, tak-
ing the tip off and dropping back to
guard. Chambers and Harrigan will
probably start at the forwards, with
Oosterbaan and Reece alternating at
one of the guard positions. Mather
has been shifting his squad in the last
few games, and the definite lineup
will not be decided upon until game;
time.
Schroeder will accompany the team
as a guard, but the rest of the squad
is largely problematical. Rasnick,
Gawn, and Mogaridge have been show-
ing good. form in practice and all
stand a chance of making the trip.
FOR THROWING CONTEST
WILL CLOSE THIS WEEK
All men who have not as yet en-
tered the all-campus foul shooting
contest may still compete from 3 to 5
o'clock today and tomorrow at Water-
man gymnasium. A
More than 120 men have tried to
qualify in this year's meet and only
18 have qualified. Entries will close
at 5 o'clock tomorrow afternoon. New4
banking boards and baskets have ben
erected at the gym, and this make the
facilities better, not only for the pres-I
ent contest but for the fraternity ba-
ketball games. Last night's games,t
with the exception of three, weret
postponed as a result of the fact thatI
the new baskets had not been erected.
At present F. Moffet leads the foul
throwers with a record of 22 out of
25 attempts. E. Muscovich and p. Le-I
vine are tied for second honors withz
a record of 21 successful tosses, whilet
J. Friedman, E Nagel, M. Frost andI
R. Johnson follow all tied with 20t
throws.
FRESHMEN MUST REPORT
FOR PHYSICAL TRAIINPW G
All freshmen are to report toj
the physical training sections to-
day and tomorrow in Waerman
Igymnasium. All freshmen en-
tering the University the secondj
semester should classify in one
of these sections.
Dr. MAY.
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TYPEWRITINGI
SEGRETARIAL
BOOKKEEPING
Classes Now Forming
of Great Practical and
Vocational Value
HAMILTON
BUSINESS COLLEGE
State and William Streets

State And A.A. U.
MleetsCarded
For Union Pool
Coach Matt Mann has carded an
A., A. U. Steior swimming champioil-
ship meet and the state interscholas-
tic meet for the Union pool March,
5 and 6 respectively.
In the A. A. U. meet March 5, the
championship events for men will in-
clude the 400 yard free style relay, the
low board diving, and the 500 yard
free style. The Women's champion-j
ship events will be the 100 yard free
style and the pentathlon. Four open
events are listed for the men, threeI
of them handicap affairs while the
fourth is a race for boys under 16.
Two open events will be held for wo-
men, one of them a 25 yard handicap
race and the other a 25 yard free style
for girls.I
The scholastic meet will be open to
all state high schools and a record
entry is expected, as it is the second
annual meet of its kind to be held
in the Union pool. The program will
include all of the events which are
held at the dual meets. These are the
50, 100, and 220 yard free styles, the
200 yard free style relay, the 250 yard
medley relay, the 100 yard breast
stroke, the 100 yard back stroke, and
the fancy diving, with eight dives re-
quired.
DEANTO SHIFT LINEUP
FOR GAME WITH PURDUE'

'T SQUAD SHOWS
Ieam Hit By Injury And Ineligibility
But New Men Are Fligible
For Competition
MEET INDIANA NEXT
With the Indiana meet scheduled for
Saturday night, at Bloomington, Coach
Keen put his Varsity mat squad

WiI PLAY HOCKEY Adrian Paulen
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Nev Combinations Tried To Fill Gaps
Left By Ineligibility
And Graduation
McDUFF,HOOPER TO PLAY
With the offer or the ir'r *ites

through a strenuous workout yester-
day. Injuries and ineligibility have
taken their toll in wrestling as well
as other branches of sport, and new
representatives must be found for sev-
eral weights.
Greiling, Michigan's best heavy-
weight, suffered a broken collar-bone
recently and will probably be out for
the season. George is eligible this
semester and is the likely. choice to
see action against Indiana Saturday.
The loss of Campbell through grad-
uation left a hole in the light-heavy-
weight division. Rich, who has just
I completed his required year of resi-
dence, and Palmaroli, a sophomore,
are considered the two most promis-
ing men for the job.
Cranage, star 145 pounder, has been
lost to the squad. He was one of the
most experienced men on the squad
and was expected to finish well
towards the top in the conference con-
tests. Although it is undecided as to
who will fill Cranage's place, Falster-
er and Sauer appear to be the best
men in the division.
The squad has been making strides

arena at Windsor to st
games between Michigan anu
ponents when the ice is bad
Arbor, the Wolverines will be
of completing their schedule

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at Ann
assured.
withoutI

numerous postponements as in pre-
vious years.
Final arrangements between the two
parties have not been completed as
yet, but it is hoped by those in touch.
with the situation that in the future
Michigan will have a place to play her
hockey con'tests regardless of the
weather.
Due to the ineligibility of Gabler
and the, graduation of Levi, Coach
Barss has been trying a new com-
bination in the daily practices of the
teamh.
McDuff has taken the place of Levi
in the forward wall and at present
looks like he will be able to hold
that berth regularly although Fisher
has displayed good form. Sibilsky
will continue at the other forward
position, as will Captain Reynolds at
The defense has been changed due
to the ineligibility of Gabler whose po-
sition has been filled by Hooper.
Roach, veteran will play in the other
defense position.
Wetzel will continue in his old po-
sition as goal tender and Jones is be-
ing groomed to take his place next
season.
ST. LOUIS, Mo,-Rogers Hornsby,
playing manager of the St. Louis
Cardinals, voted the most valuable Na-
tional league player in 1925, was elect-
ed a director of the club at the annual
m~eeting yesterday.

IOWA CITY, Ia., Feb. 10.-Middle
distance runners of the University of
Iowa are sharpening their speed for
the coming invasion of Adrian Paulen,
Dutch Olympic star. The western
itinerary of the Hollander was an-
nounced last week to include his ap-
pearance on the Hawkeye indoor
track, March 4.
Paulen, a semi-finalist in the Olym-
pic 400-meters and a finalist in the
800-meter event will probably race
through either a quarter or half mile
test. He is rated better at distances
close to the half mile and last fall
in his first invasion of the United
States beat Helffrich, Marsters and
Holden, three outstanding eastern
runners.
No Iowa opponents for the Dutch-
man have been named as yet but
Orthel Roberts and "Bab" Cuhel, quar-
ter milers and Albin Bergstrom and
Einer Sorenson, half milers are hold-
ing themselves in readiness for the
call for the international race. The
fine cinder track at the Iowa armory
is expected to meet favor with Paulen,
who is not enjoying his first races on
the board circuits of the east.
Charles Hoff of Norway, holder of
the world's outdoor record for the
pole vault, who twice bettered the
indoor mark in eastern meets last
week will probably come to Iowa
City with Paulen although official not-
ification of his appearance has not
yet been received. Paulen and Hoff
plan to )make the transcontinental
tour together.

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A L W A Y S I N S I S T ON W I L L I A M S

BLOOMINGTON, Ind.,aFeb. 10- toward improvement and Coach Keen
Coach Everett Dean may. send a is hopeful for a victory over the
shifted Indiana University lineup Hoosiers. Indiana is one of the
againstnPurdue Saturday nightin the trongestwrestling schools in the Con-
Crimson fight for a second victory ference and was last year's chain-
over the Boiler Makers. pion. If Michigan should win the
Robert Correll, who became eligible meet Saturday it will be the greatest
with the new semester last week and boost to the sport that the Wolver-
who, stood out prominently in the de- ines have had in the last two seasons.
feat of Iowa, may have a place in
Indiana's starting quintet. mg B c To
Correll is a former _Bloomington Babcock T Coach
high school player and only aasoph o- AkronGrid Team
more in the university, but has been A rn~a'
working under Coach Dean's tutelage
since last fall. Taking the ball out George Babcock, for three years a
from a mass of players and starting it star tackle on the Michigan football
toward the Hoosier goal is one of his team,, has been appointed head foot-
specialties. ball and track coach at Akron Uni-
Correll tickled the cords twice from versity, it was announced today.
afield during the Iowa fray and was Babcock, who will graduate in the
a ton of power in the Crimson de- spring, will:assume his duties at Ak-
fense. Iron nerve and the rare ability ron next fall. In addition to his
to come through under stress compe-, coaching duties, Babcock will also
tition in his first effort, has - given serve as assistant director of physical
Coach Dean confidence that Correll education."
can hold his own with any opposi-
tion in the conference. ' ecause of illness, Johnny, Gibson,
Purdue's defensive and offensive j of Fordham, crack runner, has with-
players may find him hard to control. drawn from indoor competition.
Ills alertness to solve floor forma-
tions and an accurate eye for the net-{
ting have enabled him to dodge op- BASEBALL CANDIDATES
posing guards and get an occasional Af
open shot at the hoop. All candidates for the Varsity
baseball team are to report at
NEW YORK.-Ray Moss, right hand I+3 o'clock today at the 'field
pitcher, has signed a 1926 contract house. Members of last year's
with the Brooklyn Dodgers, officials of j squad will be issued equipment,
the club announced today. Moss was other candidates are requested to
purchased from the Memphis club of furnish their own.
the Southern association. RAY L. FISHER,
Baseball Coach.
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MANAGER TRYOUTS
Tryouts for Interscholastic
manager are asked to report at
3 o'clock today on the second j
floor of the field house.
JAMES NEWTON,
Interscholastic Manager.
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