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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SATURDAY, NOVEMIBER 6, 1926

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MfHflNHARRIERS TO MEET OWIO STATE
AND ILLINOIS IN, FIRST REAL TEST TODAY,

CROFOOT STARS
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RIANGULAR MEET IS FIRST Conference contender. However, Cap-
REAL TEST FOR COACH tain Briggs and Hornberger, both of
FARRELIS MEN whom are veterans, are expected to
improve with every meet as they are
0110 hAS STRONG TEAM not yet at the top of their form. Briggs
has not fully recovered from an oper-
ation. Michigan's entries were an-
oday's Race W1l1 Show The Possible nounced by Coach Farrell as follows:
Outcome Of The Western IjCapt. Briggs, Hornberger, Iskenderian,
Conference Race Monroe, Wuerfel, Lamont, Lawson,
Lowery, Wititer, and Hill. The first

Ohio State and Illinois cross coun-
try men will invade Ann 'Arbor to meet
the Wolverines in a triangular meet
this morning which is the first real
test that Farrell's men have met this
season. Much will hinge on this race
as to how honors will be divided in
the Western Conference race, Nov. 20,
at Minneapolis.
Coach Harry Gill's Illini boast no
stars but lay claim to one of the best
balanced squads of harriers in the Big
.Ten. There are four letter men on
the team, Captain Rue, Sittig, Mc-
Elwee, and Stellner. The first two
are seniors while the other latter two
are juniors. Capt. Rue, however, is not.
out for the team as his speci'alty is
running the mile, or half mill on the
Varsity track team.
Last week, in the race against. Iowa,
the Indians lost. .by the close score of
26-31 due to theremarkable showing
made by Hu1n,atzld Speers of Iowa, the
former running the four miles in the
fast time of 21 min. 21-2 sec. Mc-
Elwee crossed the line first fer! the
Illini for third place. Tockstein and
Sittig were. the next of Coach Gill's
men to finish. Other likely, starters
for the Illini are Ponzer, seventh in,
the Iowa race, and Stein who followed'
him, across .the line and Stellner.
Novak, Parrish, McGrath, and Hamlett:
complete the list of probable starter'
for Coach Gill.
Ohio State sends a teary which is
little known to the Michigan men for:
their performances this year, but theat
Buckeyep are figured to have a strong
team. Five of the Ohio State men were
in the Michigan-Ohio races last year.
Kennedy, who, gave Chapman of Wis-
consin, the Conference champion, such
a race last year both cross country
and in the two mile run, is an- Ohio
entry. Others who seem sure to start
include Gammie, Kingsbury, Scherer, '
and Mumma of last year's team.
Coach Farrell expects his men to ac-
quit themselves well and would only
say,,"we will know more about our
little team after this meet." Michigan
has a few men who are good enough
to be on any team but lack a real out-
standing star to make the team a real

flive men crossing the line for each
team will count in the scoring. Michi-
gan's best chances to break into the
scoring include the first five or six
mentioned.
HARVARD READY
FOR PRINCETON
(RTAssociated Press)
NEW YORK; Nov. 5.-The battle of
the Tiger and the Crimson holds the,
spotlight in the eastern gridiron to-
morrow. Mosti.of the other contenders=
for eastern honors, among them eight
unbeaten arrays 'will take matters
easy in anticipation- of harder closing
tests'
Harvard, because of her sensational
upward' march after a rocky start, has
been established a slight favorite over
Princeton in the opening clash of the
1926 Big Three series, but analysis of
the rival prospects reveals= little to
choose between them. The Tigers,
whileri they have been more erratic
than Harvard, have greater experi-
ence. The leading individual threat:
of the fray, if he is in shape will be the
elusive backfield star, Jake Slagle.
Princeton, on the' other hand, tasted
defeat at the hands of the Navy and:
was tied by Washington and Lee, be-
sides barely beating Amherst and Le-
high. The Tigers have been handi-
capped by injuries and shakeups. The
team's development has been slow but
it has been pointing nevertheless for
the tests with Harvard and Yale.
Other ancient foes resuming their
feud tomorrow are Pennsylvaiia and
Pean State.

Edwin Cruoot
Wisconsin quarterback, who has
played a strong game for the Badgers
all season. Michigan fans who saw
the Wisconsin game last year remem-
ber him as one of the mainstays in
the losers' attack, and it is certain that
he will bear watching today.
Crofoot is tied for ninth place for
individual scoring honors in the Con-
ference, having scored 30 points by
dint of his five touchdowns.
The Badger halfback is a fast, shifty
runner, and besides being a good ball
carrier, has shown good judgment in
running the team.
I FRESHMAN BASKETBALL j
All candidates for the fresh-
man basketball squad will re-
port for practice in Waterman
gymnasium next week. Men
whose names begfn' with the let-
ters A-M will report at 7 o'clock
C Monday night while the others
I will start practice Tuesday even-
ing. Each man will bring his
own equipment when he reports
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Division of the first year I
squad has been made necessary
by the' large number of men re-
I porting and lack of adequate I
facilities for handling so many
men, thus giving everyone a fair
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Coach Ray Fisher.
COLUMBUS-Hiking and archery
are minor sports for women athletesI
at Ohio State this fall.

FOTBALL GAMES TODAY
Bi3g Ten
Ilhinois at Chicago.
Purdue at Northwestern.
Minnesota at Iowa.
Indiana at Notre Dame.
Westt
Centre at Michigan State.
St. Louis at U. of D.
Grinnell at Kansas.
Missouri at Oklahoma.
Wabash at Butler.
East
Princeton at Harvard.
Georgetown at Syracuse.
Maryland at Yale.
Penn State at Penn.,
W. Va. Wesleyan at Navy.
Rutgers at Lafayette.
Franklin and Marshall at Army.
Carnegie Tech. at N. Y. U.
South
Kentucky at Alabama.
Vanderbilt at Georgia Tech.
Mississippi at Tulane.
Washington and Lee at Virginia.
Fa r West
California at Washington.
Santa Clara at Stanford.
Occidental at S. California.
Mather Drills Cage
Squad In Rudiments~
Yesterday's basketball workout at
the field house saw Coach Mather and
his squad hard at work. The time was
given entirely to fundamentals, espe-
cially pivoting and close over-hand
shooting.
Michigan faces a harder schedule
than ever this year not only in the
strength of the opposing teams but
also in the fact that the squad con-
tains so few experienced men. Of
the other teams that tied Michigan
for the Conference championship last
year, Iowa has five veterans on this
year's squad, Purdue four, and In-
diana three.
The most important problem now
confronting Michigan's coach is the
development of a center to replace
Doyle who graduated last June. Al-
though several members of the squad
have the necessary heigth it is doubt-
ful that a man of last year's calibre
can be located.
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CROSS COUNTRY MANAGERS.
All tryouts for the manager-
ship of the cross country team
should report at 3 o'clock any E
afternoon at the Yost field house.
I a ELLIOT CHAMBERLAIN.

WISCONSIN LOSES AI)GERS WILL FACE WOLVERINES
VETERAN TACKLE WITH SEVERAL REGULARS MISSING

y-STANLEY E. KALISH
(Sports Editor, Wisconsin Cardinal)
MADISON, Wis., Nov. 5.-Thirty-
titre, men, coaches, trainers and man-
avers left Madison yesterday bent to
try to take the Michigan eleven down
ror the first time since 1899: Althqugh
the prospects are not bright for a vic-
tory, Coach George Little was not ex-I
ac' lM (own-hearted.
Although the full strength of the
Badgers will not face the Wolverines
Saturday an attack which will make a
hlloh ,r eleven move' 'quicker is plan-
nld. -uch stress has been placed on
I Pa aerial attack, while Coach Little
has been working Kreuz and Kresky,
his t wo best bets as fullbacks hard in
order t odevelop a line smashing at-
tack which will gain.
Don Cameron, who has held left end
all season will start, but it is still
doubtful whether Jeff Burrus, the
right end veteran will be in a fit fettle.
Welceh, a sophompre, who performed!
well last week against Minnesota
looks like the man to replace him,
though either Engelke or Stupecky

may get in.
Austin Straubel seems to be de-
finitely out due to his injured chest.
Schuette, the sophomore guard has
beentshifted to his position. The
other tackle will probably be Bob
Kasiska, who has been playing for
two years. "Butch" Leitl, the place-
kicking tackle, who suffered a broken
nose last week, is not in extra good
condition and will probably be on the
sidelines most of the game. Von
Bremer and Wagner, who have worked
"at guard all year, will be in their
usual places at guard. Wilke will
play center.
In the backfield Captain Doyle Har-
mon and "Rollie" Barnum will be the
halfbacks, "Sol" Kreuz, the brother
of the famous "Al" of Pennsylvania,
will be the fullback. "Toad" Crofoot,
who has called the Wisconsin signals
for the past two years will be in his
regular quarterback position.
Wednesday Jafternoon, the last hard
practice on the program, the Badger
varsity worked on their offense. How-
ever, it was rather unsatisfactory.

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Austin Strauba
Veteran, tackle of the Badgers who
has been definitely declared out of to~-
day's game against the Wolverines on
account of a chest injury suffered in
last Saturday's clash against Minneso-
ta. Schuette has been assigned by
Coach George Little to take the place
of the veteran Straubel.
STATE ELEVEN
TO BE SHIFTED
(By Associated Press)
EAST LANSING, Nov. 5. - A new
quarterback may pilot the Michigan
State college football team against
Centre college Saturday.
While Rudy Boehringer has been in
the hospital suffering with influe.za,
Jimmy Bothwell, Saginaw sophomore,
has been calling signals for the Farm-
ers. Bothwell has never 'started a
game at State, although he gained a
reputation as quarterback of thQ
freshman team last year.
Halfback Kurrie may also be a new
starter, working in Drew's place. The
probable backfield lineup will prob-
ably include Bothwell, at quarter
Kurrie and McCosh at halves, and
Smith at full.
In the line, former second team men
that may start are Kanitz at tackle, re-
placing Wenner, and Crabill for Bar-
rat at guard.
The 123 piece band of the Unversi
ty of Texas accompanies the footballI
team to all away from home games.
ROME. - There are 20,000 Italian
families with more than ten children,
according to statistics compiled by or-
der of Premer Mussolini.

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DANCING EVERY SATURDAY NIGHT

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Corner Fifth and Ann Streets
A place where respectable dancing can
be enjoyed on the Stag as well as couple
plan-Where-the Music will be of. the
Best-And where Pep Predoninates.
"JOE" BURROUGH'S TROUBADORS

, A (AGERIAL TRYOUTS
Those wishing to try out for
intramural managers please Te-
report at the intramural office
In Waterman gymnaaiumaenypday'
this week betwee n 3. 5 o-
clock.

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