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Water Polo Contest Between W11oler-
Ines And Chosen Squad Of All-
Stars Will Be Played
Followers of aquatic sports will
have an opportunity to witness an ar-
ray of stars such as has never ap-
peared in Ann Arbor when the prem-
ier swimmers of various clubs and the'
Varsity men compete at 7:30 tonight
at the Union pool in the first of a ser-
ies of meets in which Coach Matt
Mann's tank, :t-uad will defend its
honor as state A. A. U. champions.
Full teanrf bhaVe been entered by the
followin.g or'ganizations : The Detroit
Yacht club, Detroit Athletic club, Wo-
men's Athletic club, University ofi
Michigan, Ann Arbor Y. M. C. A., andj
the Detroit Y. M. C. A., in addition to
several brilliant individual performers
representing Northwestern and High-
land Park high schools of Detroit, and
also Flint and Jackson institutions.
In this brilliant array of stars will
be included such well known athletes
as Edna Kranich, national junior
champion at 500 yards; Edith Fehr,,
national and state champion diver;
Evelyn Rice, former Michigan A. A.
U, breast stroke title holder; Dorothy
Colter, holder of the world's record in
the 300 yard m§ley- event, Helen
Hutchinson!' aid Evelyn Sharp, high
school stars; Winifred Smith all
around swfmmer; and the Soederlund
twins, prominent among Detroit mer-
Among the entrants in the men's
championship division will be found
the names of Otis Trowbridge, at one
time holder of practically every state
A. A. U. individual record; Walter
Grandy, national junior champion in
his event several seasons ago; Jack'
Marrin, versatile pentathlon champion
of the Indiana branch of the associa-
tion; Lester Nevine of the Detroit
Yacht club and winner of the Mich-
igan pentathlon last year, and others
besides the( outstanding performersl
on the- Varsity squad which will be:
led by Captain Samson.
The program will get under way at1
7:30 o'clock sharp,thesfirst event be-
ing. the 100 yard. breast stroke event,

for women, in which the Soederlundl
twins, Helen Hutchinson, and Frances
Sharp will be the chief contestants.
Following this will be the 300 yard
Imedity for men, a three-cornered con-
test between the Varsity swimmers,
It. Halsted and R. Darnal, and H.
f Durr, whose extraordinary high school
gives him aneven chance to press the
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university swimmers.
The third event will the 220 yard
free style for women, which should
develop into one of the most interest-
ing events of the evening. The Misses
Colter, Johnson, Smith, Fehr, and
Kranich are all entered in this event,
with Winifred Smith and Dorothy Colt-
er given the edge on the other compet-
Samson, Wagner, Darnal, Craig, Ne-
vine, and Klintworth will enter the
foirth event on the program which
Iwill be the 500 yard free style the
feature race in the men's division.
Captain Samson of the Varsity team,
is the present record holder in this
event with a mark of 06:33.5, set last
year when he defeated Wagner and
Klintworth in the finals.
More than 40 contestants will com-
pete in the fifth event which will be
the 50 yard open handicap for men.
Six heats will be held for this race
to determine the finalists. R. Walker,,
in the first heat, F. Walitas, in the sec-'
ond heat, both unattached competitors,
will not be permitted to start until 5
counts on the basis of time trials.
Samson and R. F. Hosmer have been
severely handicapped in the third heat;
Nevine, Seegar, and W. Glover in the
third heat will be held to 5, 4, and 3,
respectively in the remaining heats.
In the other championship events,
Maurice Shorr is considered the best
bet in the seventh event, the 100 yard
breast stroke, but he will meet some
keen competition in 'Wagner and
MINNEAPOLIS.-Of every five men1
who were candidates for varsity ath-
letic teams at the University of Min-
nesota last year, one man won thei
coveted "M."
YONKERS, N. Y.- Harry Hinkle,r
New York, smashed his own American
record for 10,000 meters in winning
the national seven mile walk this af-
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Veteran Tackle1 19 MEN, GOES TO FIELD HOUSE
editor of the Daily Cardinal) 01113 Two Letter Men Report For I shifted to running guard, and made a
ON, Nov. 4.-Gloom has come Eary Priactices good enough showing to finish ninth
Wisconsin football camp since among Conference scorers, is work-
afternoon when it was an- Coach Edwin J. Mather and his ing as an end on Coach Yost's squad
that Austin Straubel, veteran Varsity basketball squad moved from at present, but is expected to play a
f two years Big Ten experi- Waterman gymnasium and held their ? big part in Michigan's 1927 court team.
definitely out of the Michigan first practice in the Yost field house Bo \olenda is a guard of great possi-
turday with a crushed chest Wednesday night. Just previous to bilities who showed to advantage in
e sustained in the Minnesota this practice session, Coach Mather the early games last winter.
re last week. announced that the squad had been I At present the practices will be held
ole has left Coach George cut to 19 men. Monday, Wednesday, and Friday after-
eeding two good tackles for The 19 men surviving the cut are noons in the Field house with night
's game. "Butch" Leitl, the Captain Chambers, Rasnick, Gawne,;sessions being in sway on Tuesday
kle is out of the game with a Shroeder, F. Kuenzel, Petrie, Martin, and Thursday.
ose, but it is hoped that the Barley, Arndt, Clemmons, Algyer, Mc-
nember will have healed suf- Coy, Rose, Rempner, Palmer, Reason, A special 18.1 balkline billiard tour-
o allow him to play Saturday. Heilstedt, Johnson, and Conboy. nament between Willie Hoppe, present
nse against Michigan pass- Most notalle among the features of champion, Jake Shaefer, and Edouard
s has occupied much of the the squad is the great number of Horemans of Belgium is among the
two-hour practice periods. sophomores or others on the team season's possibilities.
members of the freshman who have had no experience with the
ve been clothed in Michigan Varsity squad before this year. The Nick Altrock and Al Schacht have
th names and numbers of the last 11 men named are listed under joined the pro tennis troupe.
the jerseys and the regulars this category and five of them Algyer,
n working to break up the McCoy, Rose, Palmer, and Reason won I
iand Oosterbaan and Flora their numerals last year.n sI
bination. Capt. Eddie Chambers and Rasnick Co T
ye practice has been light, are the only letter men who partici-
atter part of the week will go pated in practice Wednesday and are
tirely towards it. New plays expected to form important cogs in
n given out, and after the un- the team. Chambers is a forward and
>ry showing against the Gop- Rasnick a guard. Gawne, Schroder, eapstai6 r i
ore slashing and powerful at- and Kuenzel are AMA men from last p ntAC world
be launched. Passing will year's team. Petrie guard, and Mar- ORthestudentorprof.,the
ressed, the Cardinals putting tin, forward, have both had Varsity superb VENUS out-rivals
erable exhibition of the open experience but have received no a k for perfect pencil work.
inst the Northmen. award. 17 black degrees-- copyig.
icement has been made by Further additions will be made to Ameriean Le d
Board here that 65 pieces of the squad, however, at the end of theiA
an band wil go to Michigan football season when it is known that NeFwfYhoAk
Saturday instead of sending several good men will report to Coach
organization to the Chicago Mather. Included in this number are
)vember 20. Three or four the versatile Benny Oosterbaan, Bo
rains will leave here Friday Molenda, and Frank Harrigan, al-
the game, and a great num- though there will probably be several bookto
udents will drive to the con- others. Oosterbaan plays either for-V 5 D
ward or center and won his letter last MechanicaPencils
sin hardly hopes to defeat season. Frank Harrigan, who was

All candidates for the fresh-
man basketball squadhwill re-
port for practice in Waterman
gymnasium next week. Men
I whose names begin with the let-
ters A-M will report at 7 o'clock
Monday night while the others I
will start practice Tuesday even-
ing. Each man will bring his
own equipment when he reports
I at the gymnasium.
Division of the first year
C squad has been made necessary r
by the large number of men re-
porting and lack of adequate
facilities for handling so many
men, thus giving everyone afair
o Coach Ray Fisher.
Early entries for the Los Angeles
$10,000 open golf tournament indicate
the fastest field ever seen in the west.
Southern California is preparing to
play host to more than 500 golfers.

MINNEAPOLIS, Nov. 4.-University
of Minnesota will be host to the high
school cross-country teams from all
parts of the state on Saturday for the
first time in the history of the in-
stitution. The meet will be held on
the morning of the Butler-Minnesota
football game, and Emil W. Iverson.
cross-country coach, is' formulating
plans for the best meet in the history
of the high school sport.
The annual conference cross-coun-
try meet will also be held over the
Minnesota course which has been re-
cently relaid by engineers and is now
recognized as one of the best in the
West. This important event is sched-
uled for Nov. 20, the date of the Michi-
gan-Minnesota football game. The
day has also been set aside as Home-
coming on the Minnesota campus.
Tex Rickard is in Chicago on busi-
ness relative to hockey.

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the Wolverines, but will make a
valiant effort to stop the Yostmen.
The Badgers have demonstrated that
they are about the greatest ball hawlgs
in the country and by this ruthless fol-
lowing the sphere nearly defeated
Alumni of the University of Iowa,
returned for the- Homecoming festiv-
ities Nov. 6 will compete in a golf
The Tournament of Roses is consid-
ering Brown university very strongly
for the annual classic.
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