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PACE SIX

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

THURSDAY, \OVE-MBER 11, 1925

~AG~ si:: - f{URDAY NOVMBE 11,1o2

ViOL VERINES ENTRAIN ! Will Take Par InNATIONALHONORSARE1
FOR IMPORTANT BAME Detroit Swim Meet HOPE OF ARMY SQUAD

GUSTAFSON GAINS FOR PURPLE

Court Work Begins
For Freshman Team

Entire Squad Except Flora In Cood
Condition For Hard Struggle
In Ohio Stadium
35 PLAYERS WILL 00'

Varsity swimmers will meet their
second real test of the year when they
engage in the second of a series of
championship A. A. U. meets to be
held on Saturday, Nov. 20, in Detroit,
under the auspices of the Detroit
Yacht club.

1.Ten events have been carded for the
Determined to defeat Ohio State and meets and they will all be chanipion-
remain in the running for the Confer- ship races. Of these, the women will
.ence championship, the Michigan foot- participate in six, while yfwur
blltteam sillseave a ti:09, to-events are listed for men, three for
night, eastern standard time, for Go- jios
lumbus.umrs.
T n the 200 yard itxno eav_ M

Cadet Team Must Defeat Notre Dame
ir Game Saturday In Order
To Remain In Running
RSfH SEEK REVENGE
(By Associated Press)
NEW YORK, Nov. m0.-The trouble-
laden road toward national football
supremacy stretches ahead of one of
two mighty elevens, Army and Notre
i d m an oai f vitnvi thir

Led by "Hurry Up" Yost and Tad
Wieman, the party will consist of
Charlie Hoyt and his assistant, "Doc"
Staads. all the coaches, except Kipke,
and 35 men.
All the regulars with the exception I
of Flora reported for the final work-
out last night in good condition. The
star defensive end has a slightly
sprained wrist, as a result of a slight
scrimmage held Tuesday. "Bo" Mo-1
lenda's leg has responded to treatment{
far better than was expected, and the
plunging back will be started at right!
half against the Buckeyes.
The eleven men starting the game
have not yet been picked by Coach
Yost, but undoubtedly most of the men
that were drafted against Wisconsin
will see service before the game is
concluded.
Captain Benny Friedman will lead
the Wolverines from the quarterback
post, and will have Oosterbaan and
Flora to toss passes to, the latter
playing in spite of his injury. Gilbert
will be found at left half, with Mo-
lenda at the opposite side. Without a
doubt Walter Webber, the plunging
back who made his reputation against
the Badgers, will be seen at full.
beEither Schoenfelt or Trskowski will
be at the pivot position,- but the
guards, other than Lovette, are un-
known. Ray Baer will be seen at one
tackle, and probably Gabel at the
other.
INTRAMURAL NOTES

E iix Luc cvv ya[tt JL'.IIIUL tetity, IVIULL

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Lame, as a rewara oZ vicLory in Leir
Mann, Varsity coach, has entered Ivo
teams. The first will be composed of annual clash of east and mid-west in
Bement, Hubbell, Seager, and Wat- the Yankee stadium, Saturday.
son, while R. Halsted, J. Halsted, Almost the same Knute Rockne ma-
Spindle, and Bailey will make up the chine the Army humbled last year 27
second group, to 0, a green team then, is coming
Bement, Watson, and Frantz are the back east hungry for revenge and
entries in the junior 500 yard free primed for victory by decisive con-
style race, while Thompson and vag- quest of all sectional opponents as
ner will swim in the senior 220 yard well as Georgia Tech, and Penn State.
breast stroke. Maney, Bailey, Warner, The Notre Dame youths have flashed
Benedict, and Starritt are -'ncered in a sweeping offense and rock-ribbed
the junior diving competition. defense that need only surpass the
The women's events will be as fol- best in the far-west to be conceded the
lows: senior pentathlon, 50 yard free country's finest ii Army is toppled in f
style, 50 yard hack stroke, 50 yard!defeat.
breast stroke, 200 yard free style, and The Cadets, similarly, have mopped
fancy diving, up eastern opponents with practically
In addition to these races there will the same team that whipped Notre
be one added attraction, a 50 yardfree Dame last fall. Victory over the silk-
style race,dhandicap event, open to clad gridders of South Bend and a tri-
the Detroit Yacht club junior team. - umph over the Navy, conquerors of
Gold, silver, and bronze medals will Michigan, when the service elevens'
be awarded to the winners of the first meet in Chicago Nov. 27, will place
three places respectively in each the soldiers squarely on the national
event. football pedestal.4

Freshmen basketball candidates, 82
in number; responded to Coach
Fisher's initial call. Of this number-
48 met Monday night and 34 Tuesday
night. Although this number is 12
fewer than the first turnout last year,r
the season's list should mount even3
higher than last year due to the larger#
freshmen football squad this fall. Pos-
sibly one-third of the 94 freshmen.
still enrolled on the yearling gridiron
squad will report for court work later
on. -
Coach Fisher has divided the squad
into two groups in order to facilitate,
practice. Half of the squad will re-
port on Monday and Wednesday
nights, and the other half on Tuesday
and Thursday nights. Practice is
being held at Waterman gymnasium
until Thanksgiving when it will bel
shifted to the field house.
The first of the regular weekly cuts
will be made after tonight's practice.!
This elimination process will continue
until Thanksgiving recess when Fish-
er expects to have 20 or 25 men left
on the squad.
THE HAGUE.-The Dutch walking
record for 25 kilometers (15 2 miles){
was beaten by Mynherr Gubbels in 2,
hours, 15 minutes and 56.5 seconds.
The old record of Mynherr Schotte
was 2 hours, 18 minutes and 30.8 sec-
onds.
In the Minnesota-Wisconsin, game
in which the Gbphers emerged 16 to
10 victors, both teams managed toj
drop the ball around the field three
times each.

RICKARD PLANS
HUGE NEW BOWL
AT JERSEY CITY
Having practically completed plans
for the huge fight arena in. Chicago
and arrangements for leasing a
plant in Detroit for boxing purpose;,
Tex Rickard, veteran promoter is di-
recting his attention to localities near-
er his home. He now contemplates
building an arena in Jersey City.
It has been announced that Rickard
is considering the advisability of dce-
molishing the huge pine bowl whica
stands on Boyle's Thirty Acres and
erecting in its place an equally large
concrete arena of modern design.
Rickard's plans in connection with
this project are as yet in the form-
'ative stage and he has done nothi;:;
beyond estimating the cost. The de-
molishing of the present structure and
the erection of the proposed plant will
necessitate the expenditure of $1,500,-
000, Rickard believes.
The proposed bowl would be equip-
ped with accommodations for 100,000
spectators and could be used for
bicycle racing and football, as well as
boxing.
In addition, Richard expects in the
winter of 1927 and 1928 to complete
the largest outdoor artificial public
skating rink in the world. This plant,
from present indications, will be lo-
cated in Long Island City and will be
utilized for hockey as well as ice
skating.
MOUNT VERNON; Ia.-Coe and
Carleton eliminated two undefeated
midwest conference elevens last Sat-
urday to narrow their championship
race.

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CHARTER SPECIAL TRAIN4
TO CARRY IRISH ROOTERS
South Bend Chamber of Commerce
has proved itself to be a strong sup-
porter of Knute Rockne's Notre Dame
football team in their race for nation-
al honors by chartering a tpecial train
to carry 200 rooters to New York for
the Notre Dame-Army clash Saturday
at the Yankee stadium.
The train will leave South Bend'
Friday morning, joined to a train of.
Chicago football enthusiasts, and will
arrive in New York Saturday morn-
ing. It will start the return trip Sat-
urday night, stopping at , Rochester,
where the party including the Notre'
Dame players will be guests of the
Rochester Chamber of Commerce.
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Rain that has flooded the east dro-e
a few elevens indoors. The remainder
held careful practice with wet ball
on treacherous gridirons to give play -
ers a taste of conditionsthat may pre-
vail for the big games this week-end.
While Army perfected a forward
pass defense in a driving rain in the
light of huge flares along the side-
lines, Yale and Princeton took their
soakings in long signal drills, the first
sorious workouts of the week for the
classic big three meeting Saturday.
Excessive moisture cut short the
Brown practice for Harvard, but the
Crimson gridders hammered away at
an overhead attack and defense. Navy
also featured the air game. The
Georgetown struggle has taken on a
new threat in Middie eyes since the
Hilitoppers defeated Syracuse.
Columbia went over Pennsylvania
formations in blackboard drills, but
the Penn men took their wetting and
tossed a flock of passes.

After glancing at the above picture ence squad, and with such stars as
it can -easily be understood why North- Gustafson, "Moon" Baker, and "Tiny"I
western is making such a gallant bid Lewis in the backfield the Wildcats are
for her first Western Conference sure to make trouble for any opponent.
championship in many years. Northwestern's chances for at least
The photo shows Gustafson, the a tie for the title seem extremely!
Wildcat scoring ace, being stopped by bright. The Purple schedule calls
two Purdue tacklers in the game last for final games with Chicago and Iowa,
Saturday after making a 12-yard gain two of the weakest teams in the Con-
around the end. The play occurred in ference, and she should win both with
the second quarter, and indirectly re- little trouble.
sulted in a touchdown. There is a chance, however, that:
One of Gustafson's tacklers made a either of the two opponents may up-
flying dive at the charging Purple war- set the dope and finish the game in
rior, and was still in a horizonal posi- front. Chicago has yet to score a
tion when the cameraman snapped the point in a Conference game, and the
picture. Maroons are about due.
A glance at the statistics shows that
the Northwestern team has allowed Rutgers college will give boxing a
fewer points than any other Confer- trial as an interclass sport.
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All students interested in boxing
from a competitive standpoint will be
given an opportunity to take part in
tournaments which will be fostered by
tie intramural oflee this year. The
first meeting will be held at 8 o'clock
tonight at Waterman gymnasium un-
der the supervision of Ted Sullivan,
boxing coach.]
Interfraternity and all-campus cross
country races are scheduled for Mon-
day, Nov. 22, and Wednesday, Nov. 24,
respectively, and entries still remain
Zpen. The men who wish to enter
should get into training at once if
they have not already done so, since
the race is a rather strenuous one.
In the opening round of the inter-
class speedball tournament yesterday
senior lits. defeated freshman lits.,
11-1; sophomore lits. defeated junior
lits., 9-0; and freshman engineers won
from senior engineers, 1-0, by for-
feit.
CAMBRIDGE, Mass.-Harvard will
meet Dartmouth at football in 1927, at
Soldiers' field. Rumors that they
would be replaced by Indiana were
stamped out when this announcement
was made by W. L. Bingham, athletic
director for Harvard.
NEW YORK.-The pride of Southl
Bend in the achievements of the Notre
Dame eleven has caused the Chamber
of Commerce there to plan a special
train to carry townspeople to New
York for the Army game next Satui-
day.
NEW YORK.-Miss Ludmilla Isnard,
champion woman tennis star of Rus-
sia, has arrived here, hoping to .meet
Suzanne Lenglen. The last tennis
tournament was held in Russia in
1914.
R AE
Today and Friday
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