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FRIDAY, OCTOBLR; ' 22, 1926

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MANN OUTLINES
SWIM CHANCES
Indications for the coming swim-
ming season tend to overemphasize
the chances of the Wolverines for an-
nexing Conference and other cham-
pionships according to Coach Matt
Mann of the Varsity 'tank squad, who
disclosed this view in an interview
yesterday.
Although only one man, Captain ,
.Tack Gow, has been lost to the squad
,through graduation, another severe
loss to the team was felt in the death
of Harrison, who represented the
Michigan squad in the fancy diving.
On the other hand, Minnesota, Con-
ference champions last year, will re-
turn to competition this season with-
out the loss of a single veteran. The
IHill brothers, ?Moody, and Carter, all
first place winners last year, bolster-!
ed by the addition of several sopho-
mores, form a Gopher team which, on
paper, is almost unbeatable.
Northwestern, composed of a group
of veterans and led by Captain Mano-
vitz, always a strong contender for
honors, will be strengthened by the
addition of Colbath, holder of various
diving titles throughout the country.
Wisconsin, with two sure stars in
[lirchberger in the sprints, and Kratz
in the breast stroke; will undoubtedly
cut into the Wolverine strength in an
attempt to reverse their relative stand-
ings of the two teams which finished
second and third last year.
The well-balanced Michigan tank
squad will also contain added power
this season. Watson and Bement will
make bids for Gow's place on the re-
lay quartet, and :Spindle and Hubbel
wiQ furnish added strength to the
backstroke department, already com-
posed of three letter men, the HalstedI
brothers and Bader.
After the fall semester several
promising athletes will be declared
eligible ir competition. Chaffee, na-
tional Al A. U. junior backstroke titl-
ist, and Seegar, a speedy man in the
sprints and 440 will take their berths
on the squad. Other new men will be
Wagner in the distance events, Warj
ner Bailey, and Maeney in the diving.

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BOSTO' N TEAM HOLDS
(By Associated Press)f
NEW YORK, Oct. 21.-Eight eastern
football teams continue play SaturdayI
with a burden removed. They do notj
have to defend an uncrossed goal line.
Only Boston college college has escap-!
ed. Developments in the latest grid-j
iron skirmishes marred previously per-
feet performances of Yale, Brown, Col-
gate, Dartmouth, Columbia. Cornell,
Syracuse, and Carnegie Tech. Yale,'
Brown, and Cornell won after a hard
struggle before getting the victory..
The others met defeat.
Boston college with the only un-
crossed goal line places its title in
jeopardy Saturday with a game
against St. Louis university at St.
Louis.
Outstanding contests in the East
send Dartmouth against Harvard at
Cambridge and pit Brown against
Yale at New Haven.
The big green team goes to Harvard
the favorite, but the Crimson, up and
coming after a slow start, cannot be
counted out. Hawley is reported con-
vinced that the Green forward passing
attack was not properly used against
Yale last Saturday, and has spent some
time in taking the machine apart to
see whete it is out of order.
Yale, for the moment the most im-
pressive of the Big Three combina-
tion, is favored to turn Brown back
but not in a field day event. Brown's
defensive work will prove a menace to
the Elis, whose offense has been run-
ning roughshod over the last few op-
ponents.

SPORT CRITICS
WATCHING CAREY

Chicago Sport Writers Concede Purple
Decided Edge In Race For Big Ten Title

Chicago sport writers are already
counting Michigan out of the Big Ten
football race along with Minnesota,
Illinois, Ohio State, and Wisconsin.
The reason is not that they consider
these teams as weaker than the team
which will eventually be the pennant
winner, but that battling against each
other, they "will cut their own
throats," and allow Northwestern, with
an easier schedule, to come through.
These same writers predict that the
year's schedule will force the so-call-
ed "big teams" to demand a rotating
schedule in which the weaker teams
have a certain percentage of games

against the supposedly strong teams.
The present year is reminiscent of
the 1922 season when Iowa won the
Conference title by beating Illinois,
Purdue, Minnesota, Indiana, North.-
western, and not meeting Chicago,
Wisconsix, Ohio State, and Michigan;
and of the 1924 season when Chicago
was the champion with victories over
Indiana, Purdue, and Northwestern
and tie games with Wisconsin, Ohio
State,, and Illinois.
Ordinarily, the teams Iowa met in
1922 would have been stiff competi-
tion, but that year its live games were
against the weakest "teams.

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Ralph "Moon" Baker
Who will lead the Northwestern
Wildcats against the Notre Dame
eleven for the third time in his ca-
reer, after twice throwing a scare
into the Rockne squad on previous oc-
casions.
Two years ago at Soldiers Field,
Chicago, "Moon" faced the famous.
"Four Horsemen," and besides scor-
ing two field goals, both of which
were from outside the 40 yard line,
he gained more ground than the total
yardage of the entire Irish backfie4d.
This will mark his final bid to beat
Notre Dame, and the clash will elimi-
nate either the Wildcats or the Rox
from national honors.
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Suits Cleaned and Pressed
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Emery Carey
Captain and guard of the Cornell
university team who is attracting a
great deal of attention from eastern
sport critics for his playing on the
Red and White eleven.
Carey is a player of the versatile
type. Besides being a stellar lineman,
he is an excellent drop-kicker, and is
used to boot the extra points after
touchdowns. In the game against
Michigan State last Saturday, he
kicked a perfect goal from the 30 yard.
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OCTOBER 29TH
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Michigan-Navy Game,,
OCTOBER 30TH
The Michigan Central Railroad will opefate SPECIAL TRAIN'S
consisting of all steel Pullman sleepers, compartment cars, and
dining cars from Ann Arbor to Baltimore, Md., leaving Ann Arbor
4:3( P. M. Eastern Standard Time, October 29th, arriving at Balti-
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REQUEST CANDIDATES FOR
VARSITY COURT ° MANAGER
Any sophomores or second
semester freshmen wishing to
tryout for basketball manager
please report to Waterman gym-
nasium this evening.
William R. Day, Manager.

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