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SCHEDUL EANEDF BEST CR10 RECORDc
:a;t Man, Michigan Coach, Schedules astern School, With Record Of 38
Fourteen Regular Meets 'ins, Has Best Mark Of Any
s Year Teami Over Loig Period

ENTERED IN A. A. U. MEE'l
Fourteen regular swimming meets
have been scheduled by Matt Mann,
Varsity coach, for the remainder of
the season, according to an announce-
ment made yesterday.
The following meets have been ai-
ranged: Dec. 4, Fourth State A. A.
U. meet at Detroit Athletic club; Dec.
9, Fifth State A. A. U. meet at Union
pool; Jan. 15, Sixth State A. A. U.
meet at Detroit Yacht club; Jan. 22,
Seventh State A. A. U. meet at Detroit
Athletic club, or dual meet with Chi-
cago university at Chicago; Jan. 29,
Indiana at Ann Arbor; Feb. 12, Michi-
gan at Madison; Feb. 19, Last State
A. A. U. meet at Detroit Yacht club;
Feb. 26, Northwestern university at
Ann Arlyor; March 5,. Minnesota at
Ann Arbor, (tentative); March 13,
Michigan at Iowa; March 25-26, Con-
ference meet at Urbana; April 1, Na-
tional collegiate meet at Iowa.
In the meet to be held Saturday,
the Michigan swimmers have been en-
tered in only two of the six events
carded on the program, the junior 50-
yard event, and the 10-yard opei free
style.
In the 50-yard event, Walker, Be-
ment, Batter, Hubbell, Seager, Reif
and Hosner have been listed, while
Capt. Samson, Darnall and Seager
will compete in the 100-yard race.
Senior low board diving for men,
high board diving (10 feet) and 100-1
yard senior free style for women, and
220-yard junior free style, both fOr
women, complete the list of events.
Following this, in the meet De em-
her 10, at the Union, 10 events will be
held for champion swimmers, mn,
women and children. Of these races,j
seven, three for men, 'and four for
women, are regular A. A. U. champion-
ship events.
NE E YORK--New York Americans
and'; Chi=:ao Black Hawks battled to
a 2-2 tie with twenty minutes over-
tintein a National Hockey Laague
game.
Varsity letters were awarded to 22
members of the football squad of the
U Iiversity of Detroit Wednesday.
T.,enty-ii\' freshmen were awarded1
n umerais,

MICHIGAN SECOND
(By Associated Press)
NEW YORK, Dec. 2.-By finishing
their 1926 season with a clean slate of
nine victories, the only unblemished
record in the east, Lafayette's power-!
ful gridiron forces have rounded outj
the most consistent five-year per-
forniance of any major college in the
country.I
This was revealed today by an
analysis of competition among lead-
s ing teams in all sections. The ana-
lysis shows Cornell to have the most
powerful scoring machine of any
considered and Michigan to have the
best defensive record.
Lafayette's record of 38 victories,
4 defeats, and 3 ties in this five-
year stretch places it only slightly
ahead of Michigan, which in turn is
only one percentage point in front
i Knute Rockne's Hoosiers.
Alabama, fourth on the list and
far ahead of all southern contenders
for national honors, has the best rec-
ord of any team over the last three
years, during which it has been de-
feated once-by Centre in 1924.
TEAM W LT P OP Pet
Lafayette ......38 4 3 953 200 .905
Michigan......34 4 1 906 120 .895
Notre Dame ...42 5 2 1199 208 .894{
Alabama .......40 6 2 1351 210 8701

Ramblers Work Out NUMBER OF FRESHMAN BASKET ML
At U. Of CANDIDATES REDUCED B L
At U f Arizona'._ _ _ _
(By Associated Press) I Freshman basketball candidates Schuman. Schullr,
Twere cut from 60 to less than 35 last all of whom have emonter
TUSCON, Ariz., Dec. 2. - Knute night by Coach Ray Fisher, who feels .jdefensive ability and arE capable o
Rockne plans to send an eleven that the squad must be reduced to going down the court ;eisionally
Cain t ULivrsitgefs Sothrn ieasonable proportions before being with the offense.
California at Los Angeles Saturday removed to the field house next ,week. Several members a' th1 freshman
down," he alinounced okl his arrival es Few good forwards are numbered football squad have reported for prac-
dhere last night with a squad of more in the list of yearlings, while there tice recently and will be"iven an op-
than 30 players. has been a rather ^abundant crop of portunity to-show their ;erth r the
The Notre Dame Mentor will send guards and centers. Among the pivot basketball floor. Th, entir s uad will
his men through two practce sessiona men, Taylor, Magran and Raber have be taken to tie field honsi FmPid to
on the University of Arizona field here been showing well in the nightly be drilled in the fumdamenltal. -
today. Rockne said hi, team was not scrimmages at Waterman gynnasium. When Coach Fiswr reoe hi-
I at its best because of injuries to five All three are well over six feet u squad to the field house h:: M om..,
men including Parasien, first string height and possess the necessary tit will alternate practis with I.
quarterback. Although Parasien's in- qualifications of a good center. How- Varsity petters; oe Usiii tee l
juries may confine _him to the bench ever, with the lack of forwards, the house court in the atirnOon on O
Saturday, Mayer, right guard and need of transferring one of these men day and in the evening on the neui
Maxwell, right end, were expected to to the latter position is becoming more I day, and vice versa.
be in shape to st~'t the game, evident. ___
All of the men appeared in fine Amnong the aspirants for the guard Princeton and Cornell have recently
spirits and Rockne said he expected positions five men seem to have out- signed contracts for a two-year agree-
the rest here today from the long train classed the field. These are Baum, ment on track meets.
ride would do much to restore the
drive, missing last week when his
team was defeated by Carnegie Tech. I
Rockne will leave for Los Angeles 1
tonight and the team will entrain to-
morrow morning for the day's journey
to the coast.
1 "Y~ 3 1 Y h . ~ U TA I.

When Paul Berlenbach and Jack
Sharkey meet each other in a pro-
posed bout soon, it will mark the first
3 important heavyweight match of any
l importance since Gene Tunney won
the heavyweight crown from Jack
Dempsey. Jack Sharkey is the man
who recently burst the myth surround-
ing Harry Wills, and Paul Berlenbach
was always a prominent figure in the
heavyweight division before his grad-
! uation into the legitimate heavyweight
- class several months ago.
Berlenbach has spent the last fewj
months in building up his weight to'
that of the average heavy, this after
proving conclusively in the light
heavyweight ranks that he is a ter-
rific puncher, a fair boxer, and the
"go-getter" type that the fans like.
Easterncritics dubbed Berlenbach
the "Astoria Assassin" when the As-
toria lad began knocking out his many
opponents one after another. In 1925,
after knocking out Mike McTigue toI
win the light heavyweight crown, Ber-
Tnbach flattened Jimmy Slattery,.

pride of Buffalo and called a second
Jim Corbett, and then preceded to winj
over Jack Delaney. He later, however,
lost the title to Delaney.
If the battle occurs-and it is almost
assured that it will-it will be a slug-
ging match, and ought to be a remark-
able one. Incidentally the engage-
ment between Berlenbach and Sharkey
will be the first of a series of indoor
shows to be run in view of selecting a
logical opponent for Gene Tunney,
the king of the heavies, in a bout to
be held late in the summer of next
year.-
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Army..........34
W. Virginia ....39
Syraeise.......37
Cornell ........32
Stanford....... <S
California......34
Princeton ......25
Yale ...........29
Colgate ..... .29
Navy..........26

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3WvMMERP PLAN
CHRISTMAS TRIP,
With five meets scheduled for the
short Christmas swimming trip, Mat
Mann, Varsity coach, has selected nine
men to make the trip which will start I
Friday, December 17, and end Tues-
day, December 21:
Capt. Sampson, Darnall, Batter, Wat-
son, Hubbell, R. Halstead, Horn,
Spindle nab Wagner are the n4en who
will' make the trip accompanied by
the coach.#
The meets scheduled follow: Dec.
17, Toledo Athletic club; Dec. 18,
Cleveland Athletic club; Dec. 20, \Cin-
cinnati Y. M. C. A. (national A.(A.tU.
indoor champions) ; Dec. 21, (after-
noon), Anderson Y. M. C. A.; (eve-
ning), Fort Wayne Y. M. C. A.
KANSAS CITY, Mo.-More than 300
golfers played over the indoor wolf
course here one day recently. It has
18 holes and covers 11,000 square feet.
ANNAPOLIS, Md.-It was announc-
ed today that the Navy football sched-
ule fo 1927 has been nearly com-
pleted.

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you have the advance styles of color and pattern from which
to make your selections.
We have a fine line of colored enamtls, lacquers, trans-
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paper or paint line.
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DELAWARE, O.-Ohio Wesleyan
university recently turned down an
ofrto play Georgetown next season

NAMM T1, offer to play Georgetowniie next season
football game between the University I in the east.
of Chicago and University of Oklaho- naeI
ma has been announcedl for Oct. , nablet I wlmake a decision, Albion
1927. ' college wl have two captains on the
football team next year; bath men are
linemen.
MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. -- Herbert
Joesting has been elected captain of During the 1926 baseball season no
the, Minnesota footbal team for the more than. 12 runs were scored in
1927 season. any one inning.-

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