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TlURSDAY, BR AuAY 24, 19'j27

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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CAGERS WILL.ETN O R MA THE LCiATSIMUESE AND COMBS ASPIREFOR
A RIu BERTHS IN YANKEES' OUTFIELD
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HAVE STAR IN COLBATH'
Northwestern swimmers, always
composing a well-balanced team as
evidenced by their eight Conference
champlionships since,1911 and by their
undefeated dual meet record this sea-
s n, will encounter Coach Matt Mann's
Wolverine tank squad Saturday in the
1t (Union pool.
.~: 3$ I v'-.Led by Captain Manovitz, victor over
Captain Samson of the Michigan team
last year in a dual meet event at 40
yards, Coach rTom Robinson's Wild-
Srnretoy i cats will present a formidable scoringi
Wrni M olineup, with such other stars as Mil-
Whose sterling work of obtaining!lei, Farrell, Colbath, and Davis.
nearly every tip-off for the Wolverinesl Colbath, anti Davia.
Colbath, recently crownedCeta
in the basketball game against Chi- A. A. U. title holder in the fancy div-'
cago.-helned greatly in the rout of the ing by virtue of a triumph over the
Windy City school. Olympic star Halvorsen, is recognized?
as one of the greatest divers in in-
AMOS AND PAULY tercollegiate tank history, while Mil-
LEAD W . AND J ler and Farrell are among the fastest
YY in the Confeence in their specialties,!
backstroke and breaststroke, respec-
Washington and Jeffersonrs font- tively.-
ball team may have two captains next Indiana, Purdue, North Dakota, and
season. The letter men of 1926 have Iowa have all fallen by large margins
to the Purple outfit which is again set
been unablt to choose a leader for to challenge the favorites for the
next fall after several attempts. The leadership of the Big Ten after their
Athletic Council insists that if the poor season last year.
athletes fail to elect a leader, the' An added feature of the meet on
nSaturday will be the water polo game
nami o the captain shall remaintmbetween the strong Michigan squad
and the undefeated champions of the
Thy twocadidates for thecaptain-Conference who will make the trip
cy are Bill Amos, fu lback, who re- from Evanston.
ceived so much recognition last year, frmEans__n-
and Frank Pauly of Toledo, left guard.
While Amos has lead in the balloting, GOPHER SEXTET WINS
he has not received the three-fourths
majority necessary for an election. Michigan Jost its first Conference
The team members were allowed one hockey game of the season Tuesday
month from the time of the first vote at Minneapolis when the Minnesota
to make their choice. This period has six overcame a 2-0 lead in the third
passed and the selection now lies with period that the- Wolverines had held
'ife Athletic, Council, and it is under- ' till that time. The final score was
stood they will appoint both men to 3-2. Maney and Gabler scored the
avoid friction. Michigan points in the first and sec-
ond periods. All of the Minnesota
PHILADELPHIA-The first con- scores came in rapid succession in the
tingent of the Philadelphia American third period when the Gophers un-
League Baseball club left here for Fort leashed a fast attack which enabled
Meyers, Fla., where they will start I them to keep their record clear for
training. ! the season thus far.

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Wide Defeats Field
in Feature Handicap
Run At Legion Meet
POSTON. Feb. 23.-An exhibition of
how to run 3,000 meters without ap-
parent effort was given by Edwin
wide, Swedish running marvel at the
3ostoni American Leg-ion track meet
I(day.
Wide, wo was 31 years old today,
lope gracefully away from six oft
Aineiica'. best distance runners, de-
FiOite handicaps that were as high as
170 yards.
The famous Swedish runner exert-
ed himself only enough to pass the
last of his opponents more than a
luarter of a mile from the finish. Bill
- Dooley, lanky lfarvard two-miler was
the last man to succumb to the
Swede's machinelike stride.I
Jimmey Hennigen, a Dorchester,
marathoner; Francis Iarkins of Bos-
ton; Jim Brudno of Colby, and Tom
Fitzpatrick of Holy Cross, all with
handicaps of more than 80 yards, were
passed before the end of the second
mile.
INTAISCHOLASTIC TRY(OUTS I!
Tryouts f o r interscholastic
manager are requested to report
at toe Administration building, 1
Ferry field, Thursday or ,Friday
between 2: 30 and 4 o'clock.
j LAWRENCE S. ROTH.

SE[ORWOLVERiINES
BLOOMINGTON, Feb. 23---aptain
Ralph Wilson, leading 157 sound
wrestler in the Big Ten for the past
three years, will lead the undefeated
Indiana matnen agains the stong
Michigan team Saturday to (letermine
the winner of the first place in the
standings of the eastern division of th
Conference schools.
Jack Reynolds, Hoosier coach has
developed a powerful team this season
that has gone through six meets with-
out a defeat. Cornell college, Cincin-
nati university, and Ohio university
!are the non-Conference teams to fall
, before the Indiana grapplers, and the
Hoosiers have defeated three Big Ten
opponents, Ohio State, Purdue, and
Northwestern.
In the -115 pound class Indiana will
be represented by Eakin, while School-
field, who has lost only one Confer-
ence match this year will compete in
the 125 pound division, Stohr,
- 135 pounder, will attempt to continue
his undefeated record of falls by de-
feating Watson, high point winner of
the Michigan outfit.
Indiana's star heavyweights, Wilson
and Fisher, will meet the Wolverine
- entries. These men are recognized as
the best men in their weights in the
Conference and Wilson held the 175
pound Big Ten title in 1925, while
Fisher recently sprang into promin-
ence by throwing Whitacre, Ohio
State's Conference heavyweight cham-
pion, in an overtime bout.

When the New York Yankees go to
camp during the first week in March,
they may or may not have the servicesI
of the notorious Babe Ruth in the
outfield, but that does not mean that
the outer garden will be populated
with men of mediocre ability.
With such men as Earl Combs, who
promises to be one of the outfielding'
stars of the game before he is through,
and Bob Meusel, hard hitting and hard
throwing teammate, Miller Huggins
need not worry.1
Combs came to New York during the
1921 season, after hiving established
a reputation as a hitter, fielder, end
thrower, while playing with Louisville!
of the - American Association. As ev-
idence of the ability of Combs, it can
be said that he was with a minor
league team only two seasons, in 1921
and 1922 never batting less than .335.
In 192& he was inserted in the Yan-
kee lineup as soon as he reported, and
proceeded to set the league on fire

until he was stopped by a broken leg,
which he acquired by sliding into
home plate during a game vith De-
troit.
It was not until last year that he
finally regained the form of his early
days, but during the past season he
made pitchers fear and respect him.
Meusel is a brother of Emil Meusel,
recently released by the New York
Giants, and the two together hold the
distinction ofbeing the first set of
brothers to ever appear in a World's
series.
Meusel has long been noted for his
batting prowess, and it has been said
by exTerts that he owns the strongest
throwing arm in baseball. This must
be true, for he holds the record for
throwing men out at the plate from
the outfield.
PRINCETON, N. J.-The Princeton
basketball team made its lead in the
Intercollegiate league secure.

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