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THE, n MICHIGAN DAILY

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER

THE MICHIGAN DAILY THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER

GOLFERS -WILL' PLAYt
IN FALL TOURhAIE[NT
Golf competition for this fall will
open with the 18 hole qualifying round
for the annual individual Varsity
championship, which may be played
either today or tomorrow over the
Ann Arbor golf course. All- golfers
on the campus, including freshmen,
are eligible "for these qualifying
rounds, which will be immediately
followed by match play at 18 holes
between the 16 low scorers. The win-
ner of the tournament will be awarded
a handsome cup.
Entries musti"be made at the first
tee with Addison Connor, captain of
the golf teami Only the lowest 16
scorers, whose names'"will be an-
nounced in Saturday's Daily, will be
entitled to playing rights at the Ann
Arbor club this fall. These men must
pay $14.75 or continue greens fees
immediately after ''their' qualifying
rounds.
The Athletic association, however,
will provide for ten of these fall mem-
berships, which will be assigned to
ten of the 16 qualifiers by T. C. True-
blood and Carlton Wells, directors'of
golf. These free 'meinbeifships will
not take effect immediately, as the
recipients will be determined by other
tests beside the qualifying round; so
all players qualifying must pay the
'required sum 'for playing privileges.

/WANN
FIRST S
There will be
meet between
Varsity squada
varsity compet
the Union pool
nouncement ma
yesterday.
It will be of
fans to notet
former interco
Princeton tank
the Law schoo
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seasons andg f
ords which Pa
Varsity captian
Hawkins exp
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WILL HOLD Captains Gophers In
>WIM MEET Bi Ten Title Race
an informal swimming'
members of the 1927
and those ineligible for
ition on October 4 in
, according to an an-f
:de by Coach Matt Mann
interest to swimming
that Johnny Hawkins,
liegiate champion and
star, has enrolled in
l. Hawkins won the
title for two successive I "'
ormerly held the rec- !_
ul Samson, last year's
, shattered.
ects to do considerable
season and with Sam-}
nber of other men who
or varsity competition, Herb Joesting
mbers of the freshman M
ve the regulars their nnesota captain and All-American
)mpetition, fullback, who will lead one of the
most powerful teams the Gopher
school has ever known. Joesting,
RIAL TRYOUTS ) along with Nydahl, Barnhardt, Alm-
emester freshmen and quist, and Peplaw as a reserve, form
esiring to try-out for a backfield to be reckoned with in the
ill manager report at Big Ten.
e at 3 o'clock any day Minnesota has a fairly hard sched-;
ule, meeting Notre Dame and Michigan
mes U. Hughey, Jr. at the fag end of the season, but the
Manager. Gophers were always late starters and
are liable to cause quite a surprise at
South Bend and Ann Arbor.

WRES T ING STAR
TO ASSISTKEEN
Coach Clifford Keen, varsity wrest-
ling mentor,-will be assisted this year
by Edward Solomon, 125-pound star
of last year's team. Assistant Coachj

£IHTENLETTERMENI
RETUR TIOPHERSb

Solomon will take full charge of the ; 3jIIIW)esof-+ )evicd by
early season mat work until Coach Ilr. Clarence Spears.
Keen finishes his duties as assistant JOESTING CAPTAINS TEAM
freshman football coach.C T
About 20 prospective varsity candi- j ( ] \-, iatel Pess
dates reported for the first practice I i\IINNE'\POLIS, Minn., Sept. 21.-
which was held Monday at the field; Minneapolis, the team that i11h igan'-
house and were issued equipment by great eleven managed to defeat by a
Coach Solomon. It is expected that .single point for the 1926 Western
the number'of candidates will in- Conference championship, will shoot
crease until there are nearly 100 men an experienced and weighty squad
trying out for positions on the squad. into the 1927 Big Ten race.
There will be no cuts made in the Eighteen lettermen, all of Ithem
number of men until after Coach Keen playing their third year of varsity
takes over the coaching duties. football, will be back to play on the
Three stars from last year's varsity Gopher sulad under Captain 1 I01-)
team, Capt. Alfred' Watson, Russel Jesting, All-American fullback. And
Sauer, and Theron Donahoe, are work- Joesting, whom no team, not even
isg out regularly, as are Hewitt and Michigan, could stop last year, and
Thomas, stars from last year's fresh- whose yardage for the season ran a
man team. Watson, Sauer, and Don- close second to that registered by Red
ahoe hold the Big Ten. indivvidual 1 Grange, will again be the pivot of
titles in the 135, 145, and 158 pound the Minnesota attack. Only four of
divisions respectively, while Hewitt the 1926 regulars will be missing.
and Thomas are expected to make Schedule 1"avors Gophers
strong bids for the 115 and 125 To the best prospects regarding ma-
pound berths. Ed Qeorge, steller terial that the l\laroon and Gold has
heavyweight of the 1925 tem, is out seen since the best, days of Dr. Henry
for ' football but will be available, L. Williams, is ad(led the advantage
while Rich and Parker are expected of a well-balanced schedule. The only
to fill the 175 pound division at the doubtful factor in the rosy outlook
close of the football season. centers around the shift, the basis of

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Believing absolutely in this principle, we have
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all Minnesota plays, under Dr. Clar-
ence W. Spears. The shift, according
to a gentlemen's agreement among
Big Ten coaches, will be held to a
two-second instead of the one-second
stop previously allowed.
The 'experts predict that the versa-
tile Dr. Spears will meet the ruling,
to which he asquiesced only under
great pressure, with a new line of at-
tack which the veteran players may
install with successful results.
Veterjs Return
Lettermen are Nydahl, Almquist,
Barnhart, Arendsee, Matchan and
Captain Joesting, backs; Gary, John-
son, Ukkelberg and Moeder, tackles;
hanson, Walsh, Kaniinski and Gibson,
guards; Iaycraft and Blustin, ends,
and Mackinnon and Mulvey, centers.
The line lost three men by gradua-
tion. They were Captain Wheeler,
end; Hyde, tackle, and Strand, guard.
The 1927 line will be heavy, averaging
about 190 pounds. Dr. Spears hopes
to use his big group of beefy guards
to advantage.
Butch Slaughter, former Michigan
guard and chosen All-American by
Walter Camp, is employed as' head
line coach at the University of North
Carolina.
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