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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FUIDAY, IANCARY 28, Pi2T.

THE MICHIGAN DAILY FRIDAY, JANUAIIY~$, U~27

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COML[ID FOTBLLYOUNG, CATALINA SWIM ICTORBrooklyn Team Will Prospects For Bigil WOLVERINE SWIMMERSi
(a f p L RECEIVES MANY SCREEN OFFERS, Have Changed Line Ten Trak Laurelsi FOR RECORDS IN ME2

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ETT TOMORROW

SHU 11111111I'Ll

For Baseball Season Iloom For Hawkeves linI, cam.~'~tlfgx~i~~r lxtro
lIarks in Four Eventi 5m.22sc t.tles
(By Associated Press) !Ioxx a" 's t rack aggrega';tiont, stron m.17sc. hel iitenai 41 cl
NPW YOVCRK, Jan. 27-Only one of, contendlers for the Conference dhamn- Featuring the dual swimi~ng mee't lmia.t17 ec.,riln i~'he 440 crdfre
I epaeswobgnls erspionship)(luring the last, six years,. with Indiana tomorarow night Will h:? style. Wagner will alosi in 111i:;
campaign in. the supporting castofe pon of the attempt of the 1\Jchigai swiml-
ai r~eteratn Brooklyn pitechinag crp will b represented b iso h est ra w n ~nlcolgaueet
has been giving a place in the testa-; strongest teams in their history this obrawo ainlclei Tetrdfe.syeHa cu:1(,
t rs. str~lf, 'tioban lie-3tpfor tae yer, iftpresentrusthreegh ofpthe rmserkthrarof hell legiatare hrecoriate nowrdheld'hel y y lrrwwoo
197 ational league race. perform~laic'es. by members of the Yale university of Yale, wvill be sought by Snin:on andl
t ".'ie lone survi%.or of Matnagei' Wil-i Last year Iowa won the indoor meat, swimming tecam, while the fourth, th~at Darnell.
benOt Robinson's drastic shake-up ,and finished second to . Michigan in! in the 440 yard free style, is held byi The relays of 600O and1 750 yards~ will
aside from his flinging staff, is Short- thre outdoor, the bast showing eves Hawkins of Princeton.I be swumn by Spindle, Hubbell, J. Hlal-
stop Johnny Butler. Of the other made by the R~awkeyes on tihe track.! The 100 andI 440 yard free style, the I stedl, Darnell, and either Batfer or 1t.
tossers who began the 1926 hunt as Of those men who scored points in! 600 yard back stroke relay, and the; Hlsted. The time of the 'first four
regulars-Cox, Wheat, and Felix, out- these two meets and the National in-1 750 yard back stroke relay are thi men will be taken as the time& for the
i fielers; Fournier, Maranville and tercollegiate events, only three, Capt.; events in which tries wil be made for i 600 yard event, and the fifth -,wim-
Marriott, infielders; Hargreaves, =Dauber, short putter, Roberts, sprint- national honors.1 iner's time wvill go tow-ard' thoe,750
O'Neil and Derberry, catchers; four' er, and Swensroan, high jumiper and C~ach Mann's natators have been yard record time.
hav~e passed from the fold and the re-! quarter miler, have been lost through! swimming at a fast rate, nat only in i The attempt at records ZvilA .b.n.due
mainder are slated for reserve roles.! graduation. the scheduled' meets, but consistently [at the conclusion of the dual, meetl
The names of Z7ach Wheat, Jacques; Fifteen stars who have scored points in daily practices. In one afternoon'sI against Indiana. This dual meset NVill
Fournier, Burleigh Grimes, Rabbit' in the three big championship meets all-campus meet the Varsity did bet-; be the first one of the season i , the
Maranville, Sammy Bohlne, Bill Cox; have returned to the squad, forming, ter times than the present Big Ten' Conference for both teams. ,Ilowv-
and Whitey Witt have 'been cut fromj an exceptionally well-balanced coni- records in the 150 yard back stroke, ever, each team has had considerable
the Brooklyn payroll since the inaug- bination which is wxeak in only the 440 free style, and 200 yard relay, competition outside of the .nlks of
oration of tihe last chase, indicating, half mile and the javelin, tile two Capt. Samnson, one of the most cut- intercollegiate meets.,
that Robby has made good his prom-! events in which Iowa failed to placeI
IIieise iv Btokynagivean .aBrooea.klynetra ain"newes. .and @@@@last li@!year.Q@EU@The@fit veteran@@@@@d@IIoint1@@1@winner9i1i's
1 younger team." to return include Capt. Boyles and j~.~
"Butch" Henaline, former Philadel-1 Mullen, pole vaulters, Thomas and, w T O7'1
phia maskman obtained by BrooklynMnhg jupr, elo, ap
in a four-cornered deal ,will take Mai, Marquis and Williams, weight' .i4,
over the first-string catching assign- men, Beatty and Everungham sprint- -
ment; Babe Herman, who succeeded -rs Phlsad-hl udesad
Fournier in mid season, is expected l ure iers, Elan iChe, hmrlers and
to guard the initial sack;, while Jim-Huntoml.
Imy Partridge of Nashville and Bobby In addition to these men, the squad :
Barrtt f Mmphs apearto avehas been greatly strengthened by the
first call at second and third base,' ddition of several promising sopho-
rseivlmores. Stamats, Armstrong, Baird, 1
Thiropciviufil asA-isher, and Heberlin, quarter milers, :
nold Statz, slugging Los Angeles ac-; McCamnion and Brady, distance men, -
quisition, and Harvey Hendrick of .. high -a
a nd Workhoven and Peterson, hg
New Orleans flanking the veteran for-'Ijmes okat oevutr n
me e Piate a Cr(. a il orwald, weight man, comprise the
captaintheteam in tihe field. new list. - "
Although Brooklyn's prunning beei
has cut deeply into the ranks of vet- Tamni ah a h a
erans, there are still a few holdovers forced to quit the team last year
to contest recruits for several posi-I because of a leg injury, has turned -
tios. hic Festr aainwil ai jin fast time in the dash events, and
tin.CikFwtraanwl>i may also be used in the sprints. Aatrn w ~ ' "
at the Keystone bag berth, Mar riott _ Apring p tersin this fa' '-'SI-
will be available for third, while Gus "M =
1Felix and Merwin Jacobson will bid! The club expects a return to peak Al
for outfield posts, form this year by Dazzy Vance, speed Mihianno .einS..~
With the exception of Grimes, who; ball king. Working beside Dazzy will Ij
hias been traded to the.Giants, Brook- be Douglas Meweeny, Jess Petty, Bob sizes - ,F $10
lyn will retain its 1926 twirling de- McGraw, Jess Barnes, Bill Ehrhardt,
partmnent virtually intact. Bobby also Jim Elliott, George Boehler and Guyj
will have back Bill Doak after a taro- 1 Cantrell. Elliott and Cantrell are re-
year retirement from major league cruit additions of promise, the. former ;
b aseball. Norman Pitt, a former hurl- coln wt'anipesie196re -:
lug star who has been playing madce-; ord from Seattle and the latter with a Jor1 'Win'A..I-M
pendent ball for several seasons, alsoI brilliant season" behind him at Jersey
has been reinstated. City.-

Top picture, a telephoto sent fr om Los Angeles, shows Jesse T. Las-
key, vice-president of the Famous Players-a sky corporation, at the Para-
mount studio in Hollywood, making arrangements with George Young,
Catalina channel swim victor, for scr een tests. Lower right, Mrs. Jean
{Young, of Toronto, widowed mother oft the 17 yea.r old winner of the $25,-
000 prize, whose picture is at the left. Penniless when lie started the swime,
the youth now has fortunes flung at him in all sorts of stunts.

inding Causes

Trouble

Much misunderstanding and hard' Union team too, which is not permis-
feeling has been caused in the past1 sable under tihe rules. Each maf
week or 10 days among the freshmenj must (lecide which teani 'he is -to ply
on and stay on that par ticular one.
competing in intramural basketball Participation in a secondi team rendI-
because of lack of knowledge of the ers that team liable to a forfeiture or
rules, according to' officials.arelyothgm.
ENo person can compete on two class
or independent teams nor can first;
year men be members of freshman W EST POINT, N. T.--Thirty-thre
teams. The same individual can comn-' cadets at West Point have been
pete on his class team and his fra- awarded athletic insignia for last
ternity team however. JYear's football and soccer. Fourteen
The greatest difficulty has come major letters, one manager's mono-
about because of the overlapping of! gram and tight resarve letters were
the faculty, advisors' groups and# distributed,
those of the underclass department of
the Union. Some men have been play- I NEW YORIK.-B~abe Ruth has com-
ing on an advisor's team and oil a mencedl training for the 1927 season.

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