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PAGE SIX

THE MICHIGAN DAT)Y

SATURDAY. DECEM\BER . 1927

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WOLVERINE

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SEASON

TODAY

RCUS TNKTEMRETURN OF FOU]R MEMBERS OF CH AMPIONSHIP QUINTFET K/PKEf WILL 'WITNES SAMSON TO SWIM GO
ASUESVET ERAN 198 MAEL FOR I. A. C. TEAM
DRILLS FOR, INVASION /* <S PAR TAN-N. C, S. CAME,\1 hflg EFO
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UOST AA/ holder of five National Intler oe , I-
FORWARD f irte records, has join e the rn .Ao
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ORANGE LUMINARIES GRANTED
CHANCE TO ANNEX
FIRST PLACES
MORSE IS TEAM'S STAR
Wagner, Darnall, Spindle, And Halsted
Will Face Strenuous Test In
Neet ing len's Aces
(Special to The Daily)
BUFFALO, Dec. 2.-Intense interest
in the workout of the Syracuse tank
team was shown by aquatic sports fol-
lowers of the East who watched the
surprisingly powerful Orange natators
in their last practice workout in the
Y.M.C.A. here before engaging the
well balanced Michigan squad to ar-
rive Saturday morning.
Coach Harold 0len's stars, Cannon,
Mergott, Morse, Cermak, and Blew,
performed at their speciality events in
such stylish fashion that the belief
was expressed that the Orange swim-
mers might be able to annex sufficient
first places to gain a scoring advan-
tage over the Wolverines.
Although ' the speed of Captain
Darnall, Michigan's national and Big
Ten champion at 100 yards, was not
underestimated, Mergott, leading point
scorer in the Intercollegiate league
last season, stroked his way to make
the touches at 50 and 100 yards in fasti
enough time to create some doubt as
to the possible outcome of the thrill-
ing duel expected in the sprints. ,
Likewise, Morse, holder of various
tank and carnival records in the back-
stroke, easily went through his dorsal
paddling well under two minutes for
150 yards, a speed which should rate
him at least on even terms with
Spindle, Conference champion in this
event.
Cermak And Blew Show Ability.
Little doubt remained here that Cer-
mak and Blew, breast stroker and
diver, respectively, "would fail to van-
quish the Maize and- lue representa-
tives, Halsted and Walaitis, when the
pair exhibited beautiful ease in their
events which so emphatically require
perfection of style.
Cermak's unofficial time for his
200-yard trial was fully 10 seconds
under the time of three ninutes which
divides mediocre from good breast-
strokers.
Wagner Is Slated For Defeat.
Wagner; recogniz 'as the second
best long distance swimmer in the
West last season, he being excelled by
the peerless Captain Samson of the
Michigan team, was deemed to be
slated for defeat at the heels "of Can-
non,' Syracuse sophomore who is
credited with a victory over Captain
Darnall in the finals of the A.A.U.
junior heat at 500 yards.
According to all indications Coach
Matt Mann's Wolverines should bow
to defeat unless the Michigan sopho-
mores succeed in gaining enougl third
places to reverse the verdict. l

K zr t Time s c 193 tcolors he willnow compete clA.AX
meets. The Illinois Athletic club, lo-j

Cr oil II Besides i6t ccll
Glory Today

LIcate(I in Chicago, has a st ronger
1928 SCHEDULE DIFFICULT alaxy of swimmers than any other EULLDOGS ARE FAVORED
--- Isimilar organization in the U nited --
TI arry Kiphl, reent:ly appointed States. (Py Associated Press)
head foot hati coach at iehigau State .lohnny Weissmuller, the fastest ATLANTA, Dec. 2.-Two contenders
college for the next i e years, will swimmer ever to take the water, is a for Dixie football supremacy, Georgia
see a Alichigan Str e teatn in action member of the T.A.C. team. Ile holds
for the iir time sin li final ah- a monopoly on most of the world's and Georgia Tech,l having survived
]( ai'mio ailN ii 3partans on records in the free style events from three months of campaigning have
Ferry field in 92, when tfle Green 40 ill) to 500 yards. lalloran, Kim- girded themselves for batte tomorrow
and Wite trami ti'jnal es its 1927 ball, and Peterson, are other stars that will end Southern Conference,
grid c-rd i10is afternoon against North representing this club. title hopes of one.
Carolina Sm ate college :a Raleigh. In joining the I.A.C: Samson will be And on top of all title matters
The ormner ilichigan s"tar accepted under the coaching of William Bach- is the traditional Georgia vs. Tech
the invitation of Coach Ralph Young rach, veteran aquatic coach, who rivalry that in the past rose so high
of the Spartant tV to accompany trained the American swimmers in the that athletic relations between the two
them on the final trip of the season in Olympic games of 1920 and 1924. branches of the state' , Higher educa-
order to obtain some idea of the ma- I Among the records that the former tional system had to e severed for
terial which he will have to work with Wolverine aquatic star holds are Coach George Woodruff, of the
next season. those in the 40, 220 and 440 yard free
Kipke will have the opportunity of style in a long pool and the 220 and Georgia Iulldogs, has completed their
meeting a former teammaite, as Butch 440 yard free style in a short pool. training in cobrdinating their line
Slaughter, all-American guard in Samson was recognized as the out- smashes. Overhead attack has been
1924, is serving as line coach at North standing swimmer in intercollegiate brought to what coaches believe is
Carolina State. this year. Slaughter circles last year. He is now a senior near enough to perfection to ride the
was formerly assistant to George Little in the Medical school, but he com- Golden Tornado to victory anI their
at Wisconsin. 1pletedhis three years of Conference defense has been drilled consistpntly
Kipke expects to devote a p rtion competition last year. against Georgia Tech formations.
of his time next spring in directing c tTo meet this Coach Bill Alexander
the annual spring practice of the State has been drilling his team against
I team in preparation for a hard (ateral passing, skirting runs and line
soheouie next fall which already in- SPORTC)RIAL nsmashes by erdis McCrary, Bulldog-
eludes Kalamazoo, Albion, UniversityIG fullback.
of Detroit, Michigan, Butler and North Grant field, scene of the conflict,
Carolina State. Yea, Illini, Yea! was rainsoaked tonight after hours
State hopes to climax the rather I Just as regularly as the annual of steady drizzling.
unsuccessful season with a victory Conference grid season comes to a Every hotel in the city was filled
over the North Carolina team. Al- close and the subsequent all-Confer- with visitors today, and Athens, seat
though the Spartans have suffered ence teams are named by the various of the University, was practically de-
four defeats this season, Michigan was football critics, officials, student pub- serted. Every mode of conveyance
the only team to hold them scoreless. lications, and rabid fans, the less brought the students here. Some
fervent followers of the sport have walked who could not afford train or
THREE MICHIGAN MEN the opportunity of making interesting omnibus fare, while others resorted
(Continued on Page Seven.) to the "side-door" pullmans.
PICKED DY OHIO PAPER'

Michigan Veterans.
Above are pictured the four Varsity
letter winners returning f'rom Coach
Edwin J. Mather's undisputed Con-
ference championship basketball squad
last season.
These, besides Whittle and Nyland,
AMA winners, compose the nucleus
about which "Skipper" is expected to
build his 1927-28 team, making it a
certainity that the Michigan quintet
will be a veteran one.
Harrigan and Oosterbaan are serv-
ing their third season on the team,
while McCoy is only a junior.
HOOSIER HARRIER TEAM
HA'S SUCCESSFUL SEASON
BLOOMINGTON, Ind., Dec. 2. --
Coach E. C. Hayes' Indiana University
cross country team enjoyed the most
successful season in the recent his-
tory of this sport. The Hoosiers fin-
ished second in a quadranglar meet
with Wisconsin, Northwestern and
Chicago, and sixth in the Big Ten
championships. Two injuries prob-
ably kept the Hoosiers from landing
higher.
Ohio State was the only team to de-
feat Indiana in a dual meet. The
Buckeyes scored a point triumph
when Clarence Banks, of Culver, sus-
tained an injury while the meet was
in progress. The Hoosiers' triumph
over Notre Dame, 29 to 27, was the
second setback the Irish have re-
ceived from Indiana in track within a
yearm. The South Bend team was
nosed out for the state track cham-
pionship last spring by Indiana. North-
western was the other team to fall at
the hands of the Indiana harriers. The
score was 40 to 18.
Harold Fields, captain, Indianapolis,
received one of the Big Ten medals
for finishing third in the Conference
chase. Except in the quadrangular
and Northwestern meets where he fin-
ished second, Fields was first to break
the tape. Wallace Buck, of Bicknell,
wassecond low point man for Indiana,
with Eddie Clapham, Ft. Wayne, rank-
ing third for the season.
WRESTLING-CORRECTION
It was incorrectly announced
in yesterday's Daily that the an-
n u a 1 all-campus wrestling
tournament would be held this
week end. This event is sched-
uled for next Friday and Satur-
day, Dec. 9 and 10.

DOPING THE DOPE

By Herbert E. Vedder.
The open season for all-American
selections has brought forth its usual
accompaniment of upsets with many
stars failing to receive anything like
recognition and others gaining honors
undreamed of even by staunch sup-
porters.'
Only a few teams remain to be
selected which command a great
deal of public attention and the
flames which have licked about
the feet of the followers and fans
in the sporting world are coming
to resemble coals now.
Selections by Eckersall, The Central
Press, and the Rockne-Jones-Warner
coaching triumvirate are the principal
ones of interest which are left.
When old man "general public"
found out that Grantland Rice had
deemed Crane of Illinois and
Smith of Pennsylvania worthy of
places as guard and tackle re-

spectively on his all-American
eleven, some degree of astonish-
ment was evinced as the dope had
pointed otherwise though both are
admittedly fine players.
But these surprises were as nothing
to the feelings of those who saw Harry
Costello's selections yesterday in the
Detroit Times.
For some reason, best known
to Costello, Welch of Pittsburgh,
nearly as popular a choice for the
backfield as Drury of Southern
California, was relegated to a
third team position.
Drury did not fare so well either
on this selection, dropping to second
team while Mann of Southern Metho-
(ists was accorded first rank among
quarterbacks. Shiver, fine Georgia
end, was not mentioned.
By placing McKinnon of Minne-
(Continued on Page Seven.)

Three Michigan players, Benny
Oosterbaan, Ray Baer, and Louis Gil-
Bert, are chosen on the all-Conference
team selected by the Ohio State Lan-
tern, student daily at Columbus.
The honor eleven chosen by the
Lantern follows: Ends-Oosterbaan
Michigan) and Ilayeraft( Minnesota);
tackles--Raskowski (Ohio State) and
Nowack (Illinois) ; guards - Baer
(Michigan) and Hanson (Minnesota);
center-Rouse (Chicago); quarter-
back-Almquist (Minnesota) ; half;
backs-Gilbert (Michigan) and Timm
(Illinois); fullback-Joesting (Min-
nesota.)
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All entries for the interfraternity
wrestling meet schieduled to begin
next Monday have been received at
the intramural office. Members of the
various teams are expected to weigh-
in from 2 to 6 o'clock Monday after-
noon. All wrestlers must have a med-
ical examination, and there will be no
exception to this requirement.
Fraternity mat men will wrestle in
the following weight classes: 120, 130,
140, 150, 163, 180 pounds or under,
and the unlimited class.

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