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TUESDAY, OCTQBE L, 5,, 1526

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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WRESTLING SQUA
WILTMET0 TOA
Turnout Of Fifty Men Is Expected
At First Meeting.
Of Year
PROSPECTSARE BRIGHT1
Coach Clifford Keen will discuss
the wrestling program and prospectsj
for the year when candidates for the,
Varsity squad hold their first meet-
ing of the season at 7:30 o'clock to-
night at the Union.
According to the coach, a turnout
of approximately 50 men is expected.
With last year's team almost intact
and many promising sophomores on
the list, it is expected that he will
have a strong nucleus around which
to build.
Baker, 115 pounds, who has been
undefeated in Conference competition
in the last two years, is again expectedI
to hold down the regular position at
this weight, although Doty is now
eligible for regular service and may
press him ;to the limit.
In the 125 pound class, Solomon
went through the~ season with only
one defeat registered against him, this
at the hands of Snyder, Ohio State,
who later won the Big Ten champion-
ship.
Watson and Durant, 135 pounders,
will probably fight it out for first
honors in this event The former has}
,proven strong under competition and #
thus far holds the edge over Durant
who i less experienced.
Of the 145 pounders, Galsterer and
Sauer are the veterans, while War-
ren, .sophomore, can be depended
upon to put up a hard fight. Last
year the two veterans were on almost
even terms with Galsterer holding a
slight edge.
In the 158 pound weight, Capt. Don-
ahoe,, who was undefeated in last
year'simeets, and won the Conference
title y defeating Grattan, Iowa star
and f rmer Olympic man, will again
hold down his regular place on thei
team.
Iii , Varsity football man, seems to

INJURY HEALS.SLOWLY
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ALLNT"Freshman Eootball MI#HQAN STATE PUNTS
C91L NDIDIUSB TThR THIN YQSTM EN
FO~INTIL RATIE~ Men Smaller Than LANS~ING t.g OTE
en8 lte T~h n E er, Say Maher(By Associated Press) .
Eer," Says Mather EAST LANSING, Oct. 4.-Whatever
Earl Krickhauxu, captain of the ten- else may be its shortcoming, Michi-
nis team last spring, has been enlisted Coach Mather reports that this year's gan State has shown some good punt-
as n aid to Coach Henry C. Hutchins freshmen football squad is composed ling. Fifty-yard boots were made by
and will ?have complete charge of of less tall men than ever before. State kickers in Saturday's game here
training this fall. K-rickbaum was There are exactly six men among the when Kalamazoo college was beaten 9
advised by his doctor not to play any yearling candidates who stretch up to 0, as compared with 30 and,40-yard
,tennis for the present and will be able over six feet. The other 150 or so are punts made/by Michigan in her game
to devote much time to the candidates. for the mtost part well under the half at Ann Arbor.
Members of last year's freshman dozen mark. Paul Smith, the veteran half-back,
team are especially invited to try out! !Balgoyen, the huskiest prospective easily starred for State. His 60-yard
for positions on the squad. The fresh- linesman of the crew, holds the alte- run in the first period produced the
man squad showed exceptional tude honors with a height of six only touchdown of the game.
strength in whitewashing the Varsity feet three inches. He is closely pur- Coaches for State werewatching
reserves last sprnig, and several of sued by Lvis, a center, who stretches particularly the green line which has
them are expected to make strong bids six feet two and a half inches. The caused most of the M. S. C. fears. The
for the Varsity. The most promising other four big men are Robbins, U- line performed with surprising effec
of them -are Barton, Moore, and Al- rich, Carter and Moyer. tireness, and much encouragement
Byer. Barring heavy rains during the lat- was given by the work of Wenner and
Pr 3esItcplans call for a series of ter part of the week, Coach Mather Goordon at guards.
matches among those who expect to hopes to scrimmage his squad with'
try out for the Varsity team next Coach Fisher's reserves. Mather is I
stpring. If the weather permits enough troubled at the present by a lack of as he has but one good backfield man
play, a temporary ranking list will be center material. He also has the and no good centers he has his trou-
made this fall and a'team chosen to great difficulty in weeding out eleven bles.
meet the faculty. Also Coach Hut- men from his squad who will start the
chins expressed the hope that a match game. K. Everts, one of the several per-
could be scheduled with some out- Coach Fisher, who has the smallest sons who has not tried to swim the
of-town tennis club. squad on the field, will have little English channel, is going to walk
difficulty, numercal' in selecting his across the floor of Chesapeake bay
"o a Golf,' Titlist team. He can take eleven men and seven miles in a diving suit. He has
have eight for substitutes. However, Issued a clgallenge for a race.

Logis Gilbert
whose punting will probably be miss-
ing again Saturday in the Michigan
State college game here.
be the class of the 175 pound men,
with Smith a fair second. .In the
heavyweight division, the coach is op-
timistic that Asbeck and Palmeroli who
are also of the football squad, will be
able to fill the vacancies.

Entered In Tourney
Mrs. G. Henry Stetson, newly
crowned women's golf champion, had
another opportunity today to test her
game against the country's best links-
women in the annual Berthellyn cup
tournament at the Huntingdon Valley
Country club.
Mrs. -Wright D. Goss, Jr., of Short
Hills, N. J. Mrs. Stetson's opponent
in the final round of the national
event, was one of the few prominent
names missing in the entry list of 110
for the Berthellyn cup. The entrants
include Virginia Wilson of Chicago.
Candidates for the 1927 Varsity
tennis team will meet at 3 o'clock
this afternoon on the Ferry field courts
for the first practice this fall.
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