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MATHER CALS Varsity Wrestling
Candidates Report'
I Coach Clifford Keen's first call for
Varity wiestling candidates last Mon-j
(lay brought good results, and 50 menj
All candidates for the 1926-27 Var- are now out practicing regularly at
sity basketball squad will report for Yost field house. More men are ex-
initial practice at' 7:30 o'clock Mon- pected to report as soon as the foot-
d day at Waterman gymnasium in ais-!ball season ends.
wer to the general call of Coach E. J. Capt. Harold T. Donahoe is now
'Mather which was issued today. coaching the men while Coach Keen
Practice will be conducted two *r is working with the freshman foot-1
three times a week for tho first few ball squad, and he will continue to do!
weeks, Later, the drills will be held so until the season ends.
more frequently in order to prepar No definite schedule will be decided'
the team for its strenuous season of upon until Dec. 1, although at pres-
17 contests. ent the coach has a western trip plan-
Although the Wolverines ended their ned which is to start after the Christ-
campaign last year sharing in a four- (mas vacation.

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cornered tie for the Big Ten cham-
pionship, the team will be forced to XINCHICAGO
travel at a fast clip to avert beingSWC
beaten by several of the opposing fives CITY SERIES, 30
during the coming season.
Michigan State will come to Ann (By Associated Press)
Arbor on Dec. 11 to open the schedule CHICAGO, Oct. 7.- Th American
and will be followed by the Cornell league White Sox today won the city
college quintet, of Mt. Vernon, Iowa, series title by defeatig the Cubs, who
champions of the Mid-West Confer- held the honor last year in the seventh
epce. Cornell college is under the di- game of their engagement.
rection of Richard Barker, former I The score was 3 to 0, Ted Blanken-
Michigan wrestling coach. ship having the better of Charlie Root
Maryland, Syracuse, and Pittsburgh and "Sheriff" Blake, who divided the
compose the remainder of the non- pitching burden for the Cubs. Blank-
Conference institutions. Syracuse enship controlled the situation through-
last year won the eastern collegiate out, although he allowed one more hit
championship with an unblemished than his two opponents on the
record. mound.
The Wolverines will engage Chicago, Neither the White Sox nor the Cubs
Purdue, Indiana, Illinois, Iowa, and took full advantage of opportunities to
Ainnesota in two games each for a score, the American leaguers having
total of 12 encounters -to determine Fno fewer than 14 men stranded on
the Conference cage champions, open- bases while the Nationals lacked the
ing the season with the Gophers Jan. punch to bring eleven potential scor-
8 at Minneapolis. ers home.
By Wilton A. Simpson and Miller are scheduled to start the
,Coach Yost announced his starting game, at the halfback positions, Bab-
line up for the Michigan State game cock and Greenwald are certain to see
as follows: Oosterbaan and Flora, service. Greenwald made an excel-
ends; Baer and Gabel, tackles; Pal- lent showing in his first appearance
ieroli and Squier, guards; Truskow- last week, and works well with the
ski, center; Friedman, quarterback; team, especially in the forward pass-
Miller and Rich, halfbacks; and Mo- ing game.
l nda, fullback.
Nyland and Rose, will have an
Baer was forced to sit on the opportunity to play in some period
sidelines last week with an injured of the game. Nyland is an end
shoulder, but has yielded to and Rose plays tackle. Both men
-treatient quickly and will pair are sophomores and have made
with Gabel at tackle. Last year favorable impressions on the
Baer was one of the outstanding coaches with their line play dur-
men in the line, and is expected ing the past week.
to bolster the line considerably
this season. As a result of the scrimmage held
Wednesday afternoon between the
Jack Lovette, who was declared in- team from the Varsity squad and the
eligible for competition because of reserves, H. J. Williams, from North
failure-to make up a scholastic in- ern high school, Detroit, has been
complete last week, will not be avail- asked to join the Varsity squad. The
able for the Michigan State game. coaches are on the look out for new
However, he is expected to resume material and have asked Williams to
his place in the line against Minneso- join the Varsity squad at once. If
ta next week. he is able to assimilate the signals
Gilbert and heath will be kept and plays within the next two days, it
i. Glber a" eat wil be ept is possible he may play in the Michi-
out of the game due to their in- gan State game.
=juries which are not yet suffici-
ently healed to permit them to When the coaches asked Wil-
~play. Gilbert is expected to be in Hlams if le'was eligible for comma
shape to do the kicking against petition, Williams idesty re-
the Gophers next Saturday, and pttoWlim oetyr-
Heath's shoulder Is almost in cor- plied, "I don't know but I am In
dition to allow him to report for the engIneering school and car-
Iractice now. ried 17 hours the first semester
and 19 hours the second for a B
Coach Yost has selected two new average." With such a record he
men to start at guard. Last week ought to be kept on the squad
'ommerening and Dewey were given just to raise the scholarship of
the privilege of stating but this week the football team.
APalmeroli and Squire have been given 11
b preference. Palmeroli, a substi- The reserve squad is usualy con-
btufte of last year's squad, has made a sidered a junk heap for men who do
fine showing in the practices and is not make the Varsity, but Williams'
ensidered first rate Varsity material. rise to the Varsity ranks refutes that
impression. It is not an uncommon
Squier, a 190 pound guard, from occurrence to have a man advance
u from the reserves to the Varsity, even
Suth haven, ldtigahast- after he has been cut from the first
velpedrapdI~durng he ast squadone
three weeks and has won for him- .sudonce.
self the right to start at right
guard in the absence of Lovette. Suzanne Lenglen will play tennis
According to the coaches, "lie is as a professional in Madison Square
';fairly fast, very active, and knows Garden, Oct. -0. The European
bow to tackle." champion will compete in singles and
and a mixed doubles match. She will
The coaches will undoubtedly re- appear subsequently in Philadelphia,
peat their practice of last week of Boston and other cities.
testing out any of the other candi-
dates on the squad. Although Rich Subscribe for the MIchigan Daily.
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