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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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BASKETBA TRYOUT ,
REPORT FOR PRACTICE
Two V4erars Included Among 3 ) en
Aspiring To Regiuhr BeMhs
On l 1higati Quintet-
WILL CUT SQUAD SOON
Under Coach Edwin J. Mather's
guidance, 35 candidates for the Var-
sity basketball team are practicing
four times a week on the Yost field
house court. These pre-season ses-
sions are held every Monday, Tues-
day, Wenesday and Thursday nights.
Only two veterans, McCoy and
Schroeder, are included among the 35
aspirants for the cage team. Both
these players won their letters last
year. Oosterbaan and Harrigan,
lettermen from the 1927 team, and
Nyland and Whittle, AMA winners,
are expected to report at the end of
the foot,11 season.
There are several promising sopho-
mores on the present squad that is try-
ing out. Raber and Chapman have
shown well on the 'court as have
Lovell and Slagle. There will be sev-
eral positions open this year as four ,
lettermen, Chambers, Petrie, ,Martin
and Truskowski are lost to the 1928
team. Chambers graduated, Petrie and
Martin have completed three years of
competition, while Truskowski has 1
left school.
These early season drills are being
devoted chiefly to fundamentals. The
candidates are being taught the rudi-
ments of offense and defense. Only
a few scrimmages have been held.
Coach Mather expects to cut the
number of playrs next week. No
captain has as yet been elected for the
1928 team, but it is probable that a
choice will be mde before the first
game of the season. A"
centl
WILDCAT RUNNERS Jone
DISAPPOINT COACH pilot
(Cbntinued from Page Six.) Ca:
season, five Irish runners breasting forge
the tape before the frst Purple clad back
harrier. agre
It is probable that the Northwestern Conn
team, like Iowa, has been slow in thr'o
rounding into its best running form kick
and may prove mre formidable when Gran
the runners hit their regular mid-sea- Ya
son stride. The team was noticeably sider
weakened by the absence of Jimmy when
Orchard shortly before the Notre Dame thica
meet, but even the loss of this veteran Cam
hardly offsets the 15-41 loss to a team habit
that had been badly beaten by Illinois expe
the week before. Yale
Coach Hill has one of the largest Harv
Varsity squads in the Conference from certa
which to select his team. Four vet- E
erans from the 1926 outfit Orchard, E
Moreing, Johnson, and Gorby, form team
tie nucleus for this year's team. seaso
Orchard, the outstanding of these vet-
erans, was uhable to run against the On
Notre Dame team and may not be Who
available for some time.
Moreing is the most promising of
the remaining trio, and was the first
Northwestern runner to place in the
meet with the Irish. Johnson and
Gorby are both in their third year of
cross country competition and both
placed among the first 10 runners In
the Notre Dame meet.
Ernie Peters is the outstanding of
the new candidates and with addi-
tional experience promises to be a
dependable performer. At present he
is rated with the fastest man on the
squad and placed seventh against the
Irish. Cleaver and Wolfe are also
likely looking sophomore candidates,
the latter placing among the first 10
in the dual meet with Notre Dame.

YALE'S QUADRUPLE MENACE

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with a lossibilit y of Miller's appear-
ig.
D~el Whittle, the man who filled in
like a veteran at llinois, and Fuller
will uindnollbtedly sec service at some

WANTED-Ticket for New York

NOTICE'E--
NOTICE-WXe deliver lbetw(en the(
hours of 9:30 and 11:30 m. Pirun 1t
Delivery. Bai recue Iin. Phone 1481.
IAIr E.o75c
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t-Ragge dy Ann Beauty1 ShOp.
Beside thel Den. 1Phone 7561 =40, 41
In the line two battles continue to _eiete --.-oe-- --
rage. Ileston wants Nyland's jO)b at SPECIAL is to Chicago game. LealV-
right end; the same goes for I Horri- ing Friday night. Round trip,. $7.75.
gan in relation to Pomnmerening's Call Jim Garrad, 3818. 39, .10
right to play left tackle. Otherwise C E next best thing to being at the
the team will be the same with Ooster- Michigan-Chicago game is to see it
baan, Palmeroli, Bovard, Baer and at the Gridgraph. Every play and
(ahel fiinishinig out the line. player shown. Saturday, at 2:15.
Michigan has seen enough of Stagg'sk
newest trick plays to know some- NOTICE-Don't miss th Michigan-
thing about them by this time, but Chicago game. Gridgraph shows
much depends on how the Maroon every play. Doors open at 2:15.
ouarterback calls them. Chicago's --- -----_--
plays are perhaps the most deceptive GRIDRAPH will show the hist oric
the Wolverines will see all year, and Michigan-Chicago game, Saturday,
mat t~~rd~ Ohin wa4 sty charry of! at 2:15.

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WANTED-Ticket for New York
Theatre Guild Production, Nov. 24.
Call Vniv. 166, or evenings, Dial
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LOFT
LOST-Cameo Brooch on Nov. 1, $5.00
reward. Call 5043 or 1330 Volland.
39, 40 41
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LOST-Well-worn Buxton keytainer.
Sunday evening, either on Detroit
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40
LOST-Green-gold Eversharp Wahl
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Reward. 40, 41
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and $10 check. Somewhere between
Freeman's Dining Room and En-
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1328 Washtenaw. 40
LOST--Long gray topcoat, gloves in
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French. Address J. G. Moskoftian,
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WANTED-Four tickets to the Navy
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fast Szatur -(ay no ws s ca )
them that the Buckeye ends were often
pulled back of the line on defense.
The Wolverines, for their part, are
sure to have the entire assortment of
fakes at the top of the old "bag 'o
tricks" for that stolid Maroon defense
must be dazzled or nothing happens.
Antomobiling in Argentina is having
a boom.

TEI most thrilling wiy to see the
Mlichiganl-C hic ago ganmle is aIt 111e
Cridgraph, Saturday, 2:15.
MORE people hoarse tfrom y -llg,
more loss of wVeighI~t Iron xcte
ment at the Gridgraph than any
place in town. Don't miss the Mich-
igan-Chicago game there Saturday,
at 2:15.

WANTED-Three
game. Phone
Ave.

tickets for Chicago
9589. 1346 Geddes
40

Bruce Caldwell.
"new" kind of football player re- HERE'S NOTED 2-0
y developed by Coach T.A.D. CONTEST OF 1905
s now serving his last year as
at Old Eli. (Continued from Page Six.)
ldwell has made the Yale alumni raging, Chicago finally being forced
et the immortal Ted Coy of "way to play from the Maroon 12 yard
when times," for it is comnmonly line. Chicago's end, had a belt equipp-
ed at New Haven, that staid old ed with two handles, to which Eck-
ecticuit town, that Caldwell canI ersall would attach himself while in
w passes like Bonnie Friedman, possession of the ball, then to b
like Jim Thorpe, run like Red pulled over the scrimmage line. Parry
ge, and plunge like John Thomas.- violated the rule requiring the player
le's halfback is certain to be con- who had received the ball on direct
ed by the "experts" of football pass from center to cross the line 5
a it comes time to select the my- yards out from the pivot man, and
l all-American teams, for Walter Chicago was penalized to the 1 yard
p seems to have made it almost al-
t for the surviving all-American After another exchange in which
rts to choose a Yale mnan. If IChicago was aided by the wind, Eck-
beats Maryland, Princeton, ar d ersall punted from 53 yard line be-
ard, Caldwell will be almost a hind , the goal. Stuart, instead of
inity. grounding the ball to receive posses-
TROIT-Detroit Cougars hockey sion of it on the 20 yard line, started
will carry only 12 players this to run it out but was hit by Art Bo-
)n. denoch before emerging from the end
zone and downed behind the line for
e hundred and seventy-seven in the safety and the winning two points
's Who are claimed by Illinois. by Captain Marc Catlin.
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