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November 25, 1926 - Image 6

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Coach Iatlier HaN Disco vered Several
Individual Stars In Course
Of Practice Drills
Candidates for the Varsity basket-
ball squad, reduced to less than 20
by Coach E. J. Mather, are rapidly


rounding into shape for a strenuous
seaswn which will be opened Decem-
ber 11, when the Michigan State quin-
tet will invade Yost field house.
Several brilliant individual perform-
ers have been, discovered, but no ef--
fective combination has 'been formed
as yet. However, Coach Mather has
expressed a slight bit of optimism, as
have at least three other Conference }
coaches, who will face lesser tasks in
building strong fives. Iowa, Purdue,
and Indiana will each present lineups'
this season with only one regular of
last year missing from their chaia-
pionship fives of last season.
Harrigan reported for practice -
'uesday and other members of the
grid squad will bid for places on the
cage team, including Osteribaan, Mo-
lenda and Nyland. Harrigan's play
in his first scrimmage was easily thej
feature of the training season thus
far speed and percision characterizingj
the short drill'with his entrance into
the practice session.- 'The Born Brother 'do not play
Captain Chambers is the only other to each other as several brothers
letter man to have reported for prac-
tice as Oosterbaan has been busy on in years gone by, bUt they will
the gridiron and Rasnick has been un- as members of opposing teams S
vble to attend the workouts thus far. day when the Army and Navy lin
Martin, Petrie and Sch'roeder, winners for the annual game between th(
of minor awards last year, compose service teams.
the rest of the n tcleus around which
Coach Mather expects to build his five.
- Others whose work has attracted the Reserve Grid Squ
attention of the coaching staff include
the following: Barley and Whittle, Receives Numer
forwards; McCoy, Arndt and Gawne,
centers; and Reason, Rose and Cle- C
d Coach Ray Fisher's reserve fo
Resgua rother o "Rex" Rhason, squad, although failing to defea
Reonstbrother hos"Rex"yeason, freshman eleven in the annualr
leas demonstrated his ability as a . 'g closed a successful season
clever handler of the ball, while Rose week, 25 men being awarded nume
and Clemens appear to be strong on The number of men out fo
the defense. Mc$oy, a sophomore can-sThwanm eonalutlrg
didate to fill Captain Doyle's position squad was not exceptionally larg
at center, possesses a brilliant dense the men worked daily, and were
iminandis n 6cellnt rosected in football rudiments, being
of timing and is an cellent prospemags with the Varsity t
a, the tip-off position.Gawneav- The follovwing men received aw
eran, is a calm, heady player andlVolow, Kellogg, Lillie, Timber
should fit well with the attack. Stevens, Gundry, Hecker, O'1
The forwards are being drilled inCunningham, Totzke, Ardussi,
the offensive fundamentals and are be- Blyke, Dickie, Williams, Schanz,
ing given every opportunity to perfect Hammond, Kountz, Sheurer, Gii
theshoongeBahlen, Miethe, Preston, Roti, Io
three of the forwards mentioned are
good stylists in this department and ' Prices for the Army-Ngvy;
regetting good eresults.ntrshtickets are beingvadvanced daily
NWhen the State teaimi encounters the contgressional investigation is1
Wolverines in less than three weeks considered.
from this date, they will attempt *o
gain their first victory over Coach
Mather's five in seven years. In 1919,
the first year of "Skipper's" regime,
the Lansing squad triumphed over the 3325 Don't Someb
Michigan team on two occasions. Th3
irext year witnessed an overtime con- Pal of My L
test in which the Wolverines finally Fox
won out, and have since been victors-Fo
in every meeting of the two teams. - Abe L
WASHINGTON-Rresidenttan Mrs. 15457 I Want
Coolidge and some cabinet officers=Here L Am
attended the Army-Marine game play-
ed here for the president's cup. Cot

By Wilton Simpson . Hess, Ohio State ...............LG
ichigan Will be epresented by Nine I ordance with the tradition ReitschIlnos .......... ...C Coach Ray, Fisher cut 11 more men
Varsity CoacethetTfreshmanodanbasketballtadisquad
V t'oches A t Th that the sports staff choose an all- Lovette, Michigan ...... ......RG from the freshman basketball n to
A nnual Meeing IConference football team,1% we submit Hyde, Minnesota...................T yesterday to bring the total clown to
t the following as The Michigan Daily Burrus, Wisconsin..............RE 45. Several more aspirants, however,
WiLL DRAFT SCHIEDULES selections. This eason the teams Friedman, Michigan (Capt...... are expected from the freshman foot
were difficult to determine because of , Northestern .............LH ball team which has recently is-
the prevalence of backfield material Karow, Ohio State................RH Ibanded. These additions will prob-
Western Conference coaches and t r nJoestingMinnesotaF ably bring the number above 50 again.
fhetic directors willaand the mediocrity of ends. With one g, .............
willeassembleoFnisthesends were about the - Starting with a comparatively small
day at the Hotel Sherman, Chicago, exceptalin , atoss.prdeterminingPs.ND TEAM squad of 80 men, Coach Fisher has cut
for their annual meeting. Represent- positions on the second and third oKassel,mb Illinois. .. LE many tuwere t delinquentin repo fact that
Kassl, llinis.............LEI mny wre elinuen inreportinig
inn Michigan will be Coaches Yost, teams in one or two cases. Baer, Michigan.................LT and also to the additions from e
Weiman, Kipke Keen, Mather, Fisher, Benny Oosterbaan, all-American Raskowski, Ohio State ...........LG grid squad, the number increased
Barss, Mann and Farrell. end of the 1925 Michigan team, was Klein, Ohio State ..................C Inearly half as much as the successive
The drafting of the football s chedule without doubt the outstanding man a Shively, Illinois ................ RG cuts reduced it.
r a ic wi probably be left His s and Leitl, Wisconsin.................RT Coach Jack Blott who assisted with
tfhe most important business of the ity to -snare Friedman s forward pass- Wheeler, Minnesota.............RE i the Vhrsity football team having
two-day session will take place Friday es assure him of a place. Burrus o fKutsch, Iowa....................Q charge of the centers and aisting
morning. At the same time track Wisconsin has been a great recever Gustafson, Northwestern..........LH with the rest of the line,. will hell)
coaches, wrestling, gym nasium and of passes and fits well into the team. Gilbert, Michigan..............RH Coach Fisher in determining the final
basketball coaches, and ticket man- I Johnson of Northwestern and Hyde Daugherity, Illinois ...............F makeup of the freshman court team.
agers will also hold conferences. Later of Minnesota were selected as tackles,Ts
in the day schedules for hockey, base- both being big and aggressive line- THIRD TEAM.For the present, the freshmen will
ball and swimming will be drafted by ; men. Hess, all-American guard ofpo. eani.Wtr ngy asu fr
the various Big Ten directors in those theOhio State, and Lovette are the Bell, Ohio State..................LE their workouts. With the second week
sports s guard selections. Reitsch, captain- Fisher, Indiana..................LTT of December the practice sessions will
Undoubtedly nothing definite con- ielect of the Illinois team, is chosen Dewey, Michigan ................LG bed transferred to the field house.
cern bting Conferencedatheiil - over Klein of Ohio State as first team Rouse, Chicago....................C
crning Conference athletics will be center, principally because of his ag- Strand, Minnesota ................RG igan; Smith and Nelson, Iowa; Hogan
atnthloeo hee divrsy meting. gressiveness. Straubel, Wisconsin ......... ....RT and Spencer, Purdue; Apitz, Chicago;
Upon the outcome of these sessions Friedman is placed iat quarterback Flora, Michigan ....:.............RE f Levison, Dart, and Fisher, Northwest-
rests great interest because ssumosis and is given the captaincy. Baker, Wilcox, Purdue...................Q ern. All-Conference coach-Fielding
of threatened breaks betweenseveral I who has been a great passer and open i Eby, Ohio State ................. RH H.. Yost, Michigan. All-Conference
of the institutions have been circulat- field runner- on the Northwestern Peplaw, Minnesota ...............RH manager-John Denton, Michigan. All-
do eksa retions mayrl)t eleven, is paired at halfback with Lewis, Northwestern ..............F American ticket distributor, Harry
severed between universities whi I Karow of Ohio 'State. Karow, al- Honorable mention:--Grim, Clark, Tilotson, Michigan.
have been football rivals for years. I though he has been listed as a full- and Meyer, Ohio State; Marks, Chi-
Th back, is shifted to halfback, being a cago; Nydahl and Almquist, Minneso- Iowa has awarded 47 numerals to
of the program, as outlined by Maj.I fast charging man and a good receiver ta; Harmon, Wisconsin; Molenda, freshman football and cross country
John J. Grifith, athletic commissioner of passes. Joesting, the powerful line Hobman, Weber, and Gabel, Mich- candidates.
of the Western Conference, will be the plunger of the Minnesota team, is un- -
Army-Navy football game on Saturday questionably the best fullback in the
afternoon. Conference.
Pat Page, head football coach at Baer, of Michigan, is placed on the "ii* "
second team at tackle along with lnChiveless-
Indiana university, issued a few state- Leitl, Wisconsin . Baer is one of the
ments pertinent to Big Ten gridiron fastest linemen in the Conference, but
competoneeust prefvous to leaongi injuries have bothered him throughout In a man's appearance is something that
for the meeting. He favors the round the season, and he narrowly misses a I
robin schedule for the Big Ten con- berth on the first eleven. Gilbert of everyone seeks and admires. You can
ference. His plan would give each I Michigan is chosen for the right half-
team three traditional games and two back position, and Gustafson, the scor- secure this b wearing a Marquardt
changing each year until every eleven ing ace of Northwestern is placed at
in the conference has played each the other half. Daugherity, who has Tailored Sut.
other. He also favors the "home and been the strongest man in the Illinois i
home" system which would divide ' backfield, is selected as fullback on
each playing squad into two groups the second team, holding a slight Arthur F M arquardt
and would provide games for the von- edge over Lewis, Northwestern, who
testing teams on both fields at the is given the fullback position on the .Tio
same time. third team.or
From Coach Thistlethwaite, of FIRST TEAI 608 Eas S
Northwestern, comes approval of five Pos. ast ibertySt.
year schedules instead of the present Oosterbaan, Michigan.............LE _I_%" __
annual schedules.n T-~- ~T




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next Arthur Born chose the Navy for his
have schooling and after a hard fight has
mee landed a regular berth at rightiguar.
metHis brother, Charley, decided the
atur- Army was the~ place for him and has
ne up !been showing 'onsistently good work
e two at end. Both are sure starters Satur-
Prof. C. E. Wilson of the mechanical
otball engineering faculty won the annual
t the trophy shoot held last Saturday on the
meet- range south of Ann Arbor with a score
last of 98. J. D. Glunt and L W. Walker,
erals. who are members of the University
r the Rifle club along with Professor Wil-
e, but son, finished in a tie for second, only
drill- one point behind the winner.
used . The other organizations whose
eams. members took part in the shoot in-
ards: elude the Ann Arbor Rifle club and the
rlake, two local guard companies. G. Neu-
ooie, man of the former organization and
Den- G. B. Meyers and J. Garfunkle of the
Peet, University club tied for fourth with
:mbes, scores of 90 each. Meyers' rifle ex-
as. i ploded completely wrecking both the
stock and magazine but he luckily
game escaped with a few minor cuts on the
y. A face.
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The Faculty swimming class;
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1riday will not meet this week.r
The Childrens' swimming classes -
scheduled for Saturday will not
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