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WOLVERI *NE BASKETBALL SQUAD0 TO MEET
UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND HERE TONIGHT
Mlicligan Team Will Enter Last Gaine will undoubtedly face Wolverines in
Before Opening of Conference some period of the game.
Season With New Lineup I Boyd and Stevens are both letter-
men from last year's squad, whileI
MARTIN WILL NOT PLAY Hale and Dean were the stars of the
____1I1929 fresinman team. Quint and
Snyder were reserve men last season.
Coach Mather's reorganized basket- Boyd, Linkous, Faber, and Stevens
ball team will meet the University of are three sport men. The first three
Maryland five in the final pre-Con- named are football and lacrosse play-1
ference game at 7:30 o'clock tonight ers, while Stevens wasacaptain of theI
in Yost field house.I football team and is also ranked as
The Wolverines have shown consid- one of the outstanding baseball play-
erable improvement since the opening ers in the South. Adams is a footballI
game of the season with Michigan! regular and Snyder is a member of the
State, having defeated the Cornell col- Varsity baseball team.
lege team and the strong Syracuse i Coach Shipley has built a powerful I
basketball five during the Christmas basketball team out of light material.j
holidays. Coach Mather was not well Adams and Linkous are the only I
pleased with the victory over the Cor- heavy men on the squad. Dean is the
nell team, but the brilliant defensive lightest man on the team weighing
play in the Syracuse game gave the only 117 pounds. Hale, a first string
Michigan coach new hope. I substitute, weighs 135 pounds. The
James Martin is still suffering from majority of the men on the squad
an injured back and will be unable range around 150 pounds.
to start in tonight's game. Harrigan, The Maryland basketball party will
who has been the outstanding playar reach Detroit early this morning and
on the floor this season, will play right I after breakfasting there will come to
forward, paired with Chambers at the Ann Arbor shortly before noon.-
other f o r w a r d. Oosterbaan, who Coach Shipley plans to send his menf
played a steady game at left forward through a short drill in Yost field
against Syracuse, will probably start house this afternoon.
at guard. Petrie will start at the other
guard position. McCoy, a promising FIFTEEN PLAYERS WILL
sophomore from Detroit, will play atE
center. MEET LANDIS TOMORROW
Maryland will be represented by a
light fast team, which is composed of (By Associated Press)
veterans of last season's stron'g squad. CHICAGO, Jan. 3.-- Fifteen of the
The Maryland five won 14 of the 16138 major league baseball players, past
games on its schedule last year, and1Iand present, named in the latest scan-
has defeated two strong teams this .Jdal, tonight had assured Commission-
season. The Southerners hold a 44-32! er Kenesaw Mountain Landis they
victory over Washington and Lee col-, would be here Wednesday morning to
loge face their accuser, Charles A. "Swede"
Coach Burton Shipley will probably Risberg.
start with his strongest lineup, using t All the members of the Chicago and
Boyd and Linkous at the forwards, Detroit teams of 1917 have been re-
Adams at center, and Faber and Dean quested by the commissioner to at-
as guards. Steyens, Walker, Hale and tend the hearing into the charges
Snyder are strong reserve men and made by Risberg, that members of the
Chicago team gave certain Detroit
players $1,100 to "slough off" in a four-
VARSITY TRhAtl 31ANAGE1{- game series September 2 and 3, 1917,,
SHIp so the White Sox would win Ameri-
can league pennant.
Sophomores and second semnes- About 23 of the players on the com-
ter freshmen who wish to try missioner's list are still in base ball,
out for the position of Varsity including some of the most well-
known names in the game, and two
track manager will report any ( major league managers-Ray Schalk
afternoon this week at 3 o'clock of the White Sox and Donie Bush of
in Yost field h~ouse.the Pittsburgh Pirates.
WILLIS E. TOPPER, '27, Among those who wired the com-
Manager. -missioner, assuring him they would
be here Wednesday are:

Carrigan

Returns

As Red Sox Manager

MEETSON XMAS TRIP
Following the precedent established
last year the Varsity swimming squad
completed a four-meet trip during the
recent Christmas vacation. Coach
Mann characterized the trip as "very,
very successful." Three of the meets
were overwhelming victories while the
fourth was lost by a margin of four
jpoints.
ThesToledo Y. M. C. A. was the first
opponent, the meet being held Friday,
Dec. 17. At this meeting Michigan
scored 53 points to the Toledoan's 11.
Toledo's points were made entirely
on third place, the Wolverines annex- !
ing all the first and second places.
Samson flashed his usual form and
broke both the pool records in the 100,
and 220 yard swims. Spindle also
created a new pool record for they
1 backstroke.
The Toledo Athletic club furnished
the next competition on Dec. 19 when
the Mann men repeated their former l
showing, winning 53 to 27. Samson!
again broke the tank record for 220
yard dash while Darnall set a new
mark for the 100 and Spindle repeated
his previous evening's work by also
making a new local record for the
backstroke.
The Cincinnati Y. M. C. A., National
A. A. U. champions, gave a much dir-
ferent competition and won 33 to 29.
Laufer, national championship holder
in the 100 and 220 yard races was
mainly responsible for the Wolverine
I defeat. He gathered in three firsts,
the 100, 220 and backstroke. Michigan f
won a first in the 50 yard. free style
and placed second and third in nearly I
all the remaining events. Darnall
did not compete in this meet or the
next one.
The last meet of the trip was hkeld
at Fort Wayne, the local Y furnishing
the opposition. This meet resembled
the first two in that the Wolverines
again garnered 53 points. Fort Wayne
is credited with 11. All firsts and
seconds were taken by Michigan ex-
cept in diving, Fort Wayne here plac-
ing 1 and i
Members of the Wolverine squad
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Spindle, Watson, Hubbell, R. Halsted, year, is the favorite this year for the
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Williant CarriganI
Boston Red Sox fans are pleased They have hopes that he can take theI
over the return to the helm of the Sox players Lee Fohl assembled and make
team of Bill Carrigan, who led the a fighting, if not a winning ball club
club to two pennants in 1915 and 1916. out of them by July next season.
Ty Cobb, who is involved with Tris NEW YORK.-Willie Hoppe, the
Speaker in the still smoldering scan- most colorful figure in the world of
dal of the Detroit-Cleveland series in Ibilliards will attempt to regain the
1919; Eddie Collins, former manager ;I. baktine title from Eric Iages-
of the White Sox and now signed wit games will be the first world chain-
the Philadelphia Athletics; Ed Walsh, pionship matches for 1927 and will be
the famous spitball pitcher of t:hi Sox; held Wednesday, Thursday and Fri-
George Dauss, and Oscar Vitt, former day.
Detroit players, and John Collins and I
Eddie Murphy, former White Sox. Patronize Daily Advertisers.
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