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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

,.,__ SATURDAY.. DECEMBER 4. 1926

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CAGERS PREPARE FOR
INITIAL GAME.R DELl I

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-WESLEYAN'S LAST GRID LEADER

LACK OF PRACTICE TlR1EATENS
TO IMPARE TEAMWORK OF k
WOLVERINES
HARRIGAN FORGED OUT
Captain Chambers Shifted To Stand-
lug Guard iPosition In Effort Tai
Improve Defense
With the first game of the season
with Michigan State college here, De-
cember 11, only a week off, Qoach
Edwin J. Mather is far from satisfied'
with the condition of Michigan's
basketball team which shared Big Ten
honors last year with Iowa, Indiana
and Purdue, all of which are said toj
be represented by promising squads
-this season.
Frank Harrigan, letter man and
first choice fdr the running guard po-
sition on this year's quintet, was forc-
ed to leave the practice Thursday
night with an attack of pleurisy. Al-
though this will probably not keep
him out of the opening game, it will
seriously impair the effectiveness of
team play. Rasnick, also a letter mlan
of last year's squad, was unable to re-
port for practice until Thursday, and
as yet is in no condition for actual
playing.]
Another difficulty which has con-
fr~nted Coach Mather has been the
inability to get the entire squad tb-
gether at one time, but with the close'
of the football season and the report
of several men from the grid squad,.
work is expected to improve. Nyland,1
Truskowski, Babcock and Greenwald
have already reported for practice and
Squier is expected out in a-few days.l
Benny Oosterbaan, Wolverine all-'
around star, has attended only one or
two workouts so far. Nyland is a de-I
pendable man and works well under,
fire, but is pnly now rounding into
shape for scrihumage.1
The team is in nowhere near finali
form, according to Coach Mather, but
has bleen lining up as follows: Cap-I
tain Chambers at standing- guard,(
Harrigan at running guard, McCoy att
center; and Martin and Barley at for-
wards. McCoy is a sophomore with'
a deadly eye for the basket but lack-
ing in eXperience. For this reason,
Harrigan has worked at center part1
of the time - while Clemens, an'ther
sophomore, has been fitting in at the1
ruln~ing guard post. Truskowski asi
considered another good prospect for'

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By Wilton Sitpson
First women wore tents, then it was
two-piece bathing suits; later it was
tne-piece costumes, and now it is
none at all. Mrs. Charlotte Moore
Schoemmell of New York, who is to
be one of the contestants in the ."$25,
000 marathon swim from Catilina
Island to California on January 15,
startles the world with the announce-
ment that she will compete in th'
race with a coating of black axle
grease as her only "bathing suit." He:
new bathing costume has been ap-
proved by the rules committee ?a
charge of the event.

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SIDELINES

Reba "Bobby" Schwartz, expert
AJHMOAI Los Angeles swimmer has noti-
led the committeethat she will
wear a one-piece grease costume.
Mrs. Schoemmell, who holds sev-
,eral long distance records in. the
east, said sie saw no "Immodesty"
-jin competing without the reguia.
tion bathing costume.. However,
it has been described as "disgraC-
fu" by ;1irs. Clemington Corson,
who was one of the crowd that
was pilcked onl yfonder shore of
.- the English Channel last summer.
She has been quoted as threaten-
ing to withdraw from the 23-mile
competition if Mis. Schoemmell
6 Ohit -esleyan football team, competes in her grease kimona.
.n to captain a football eleven at
will do away with the captaincy. The entry list may decrease, but
ame will be selected by the Wes- the attendance is likely to increase.
Bowers will be graduated next Harry Tillotson is due to make an an-
nouncement that all applications
handed into the office after Christmas,
AMPIONSHIP AWARDS will be returned and money refunded.
"That is a beautiful grease coat you
GIVEN TO PURPLE TEAM have on, Miss Smalz."
ch of the nembers of the 1926 Football is gradually working
ae. its way into the game of basket-
all team of Northwestern uni- ball. Princeton's basketball team
ty were presented with gold foot- I will use the huddle system of giv-
emblematic of the Western Con- ing signals this season, according

to an aiinouncement made by Al
Wittmer, Tiger basketial coach.
"It is much faster than the old
method," lie said, "but you have
to have a tall center or there is
no use trying it."'
Another athlete makes good! Lieut.
Matt McGrath, champion discus
thrower and Olympic athlete, has been
promoted to a captaincy on the New
York police force. He will captain
the 1927 police squad. For the past
two years he has played the bar room
guard.
Deacon Tiger Flowers, world's
middleweight c h a m p i on, who
fought hickey Walker in Chicago
last night, credits, his success to
observance of careful training
rules and strong reliance on re-
ligion.. He makes a practice of
reading three verses of the New
Testament from the Bible daily
.and he not only prays before each
ring battle, but calls upon scrip-
tural lines to strengthen his cour-
age under fire.
When Flowers won the title
from Harry Greb, he said lie re-
peated to himself a part of the
144th psalm before each round.
The psalm reads: "BUlessed be
tthe Lord, my strength, which
teacheth my han(ds to war and my
fingers to fight."
Who is going to walk across. the
English Channel when it freezes over
this winter? Will it be a man or a
woman?
-Ezzy.

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FOUR WOLVERINES MENTIONED
ON 'MYTHICAL SWIMMING TEAM

Four Michigan men, Capt. Samsoif,
Darnell, R. Halsted and J. Halsted,
were named on the all-American
swimming team for 192, selected by
Frank J. Sullivan, editor of the Inter-1
collegiate Guide, for the Spaulding
athletic library.
In the selections, made from all the
teams throughout the country, 18 col-
leges are repi'esented, Yale university
leading with six stars. Minnesota and
Navy placed five swimmers on the
mythical team, while Princeton has
three, Iowa, Wisconsin, Lehigh, Stan-
ford and Rutgers have two, and De-f
troit City college, Washington uni-
versity, Syracuse, Northwestern, Illi-
nois, Iowa State, and Brown place one
man each.
James Bronson, Yale captain, leads
the list of stars, being chosen as the
first man in the 50, 100 and 220-yard
free style events. Bronson holds thel
intercollegiate record in all three +fI

these. Other exceptional men listud
are Wychoff and Allen, Navy; O'Con-
nor, Stanford; House, Yale; O'Brie1,
Illinois; Carter and Hill, Minnesota.
O'Connor was selected as' the bet
bet in the 440-yard swim, House and
Hill in the back stroke, Allen in the
breast stroke, and O'Brien and Carter
in the diving, while Wrchoff was
named as a fine all-arnd math.
The Wolverines named oun th7
honorary team and their events fol-
low: 50-yard free style, Darnell;a100--
yard free style, Darnell; 220 ya free
style, Samson; 440-yard free stylo,
Samson; back stroke, J. HaIstcd and
R. Halsted.
In the fourth State A. A - w-sĀ«vim
meet, to be held tonight at the- Detroit
Athletic club, Michigan swimrers
have been entered in two of'the six
events on the program. Walker, Be-
ment, Batter, Hubbell, Seager, Reif,
and Hosmer have been ent'e 4in the
50-yard free style'event, w igapt.
Samson, Darnell and Seager r li om-
pete in the century swim.

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Raymond Bowers, captain of the 192(
holds the distinction of being the last ma:
the Ohio school. A rule passed last year
Beginning next fall the leader for each go
leyan coaches as toe team takes the field.
June.

this place but has not been out for!
practice long enough.
Capt. Eddie Chambers has been
shifted from forward to standing
guard as he is the most experienced
man on the squad and has uncanny
ability to take the ball off the back-
board and run it down the floor.
Whittle is another man of promise.
Team play, such as there has beea,
has been extremely spotted, according,
to Coach Mather. \One day the team'
goes like a first-class quintet and the
next time it works like a combination
of schoolboys. The men have gained
their "basket eyes," however, and are
scoring with a fair -amount of regu- !
larity.
On defense, the team is woefullyl
weak, according to Coach Mather, and
it is here that most stress is being1
laid. The squad now includes 21 men
but will be reduced to its final form
in the next week or so. Sixteen willI
probably remain for the season. I

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PITTSBURGH.-The NewYork{
tics, one of the best known basketl
organizations in the country, have
come a part of the American Pro
sional Basketball league.

feI ence championship by Prof. RalphmJ-
0. Long, chairman of the faculty ath-
letic committee, at the annual foot-
ball dinner of the Northwestern uni-
versity club of Chicago Wednesday
night at the Hotel Sherman in Chi-
cago.
The 1,200 guests were entertained
by boxing, wrestling and fencing
bouts, and the Varsity band. Movies
werb shown of each of 4the football
games played this fall. Short talks
were given by Coach Glenn Thistle-
waite and Capt. Ralph Baker.
4nl~nr'h 1Tr +h ? inl~...,. Tni7. -

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