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THURSDAY, DECEMBr-ER 8, 1927

TCHE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE SEVEN

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PAGE SEVEN

GRIDME R1ORCE,
'VARSITY MT SQUAD
TJI, IPaduero, And ixKrge Are Also
Exc iedrn To Join 'Raiks By j
To(dy O1r T rwrrov
UTAM IS WELL' BALANCED
Coach Clifford Kee's varsity wrest-
ling squad is alreadyt' considerably
strenrgthened by the addition of
C- several members o this year's foot-
ball squad, and at least two more are
expected to report in the near future.
George Rich, captain-elect of, the
1928 football team and1 who is also a
two-year wrestling veteran, is expect-
ed to report soon. Rich showed
marked improvement last year,
although he was handicapped by the
fact that he was used in the heavy-
weight division insteadl of the 175-
pound class, his normal weight.)
Wrestling in the light heavyweight,
class, he should be one of the best
,E in the Big Ten this season.
Flajole, Carter, and Poorman, all
light heavyweights are the former
t gridmen who have already reported,
and Palmeroli is expected to join the
'squad immediately after the holidays.
The addition of these men gives Coach
j Keen an unusually large, number of
175 pounders to work with, as Hager,
Lounsberry, Schurrer, and Wolff are
also competing in this weight.
Hewitt Is i1i-Pound Star.
In the 115-pound class Coach Keen
has two promising men in Hewitt
and Kirimura. H-ewit, star of last
year's freshman team, is holder of
the state amateur title, while Kii-
mura- gainedl previous wrestling ex-
Sperience at Simopson college in Iowa.
Thomas, Elliott and Kailes appear
to be the outstanding 125pounders on
the squad at the present time. The
first two are sophomores, while
Kalles is an AMA man who formerly
competed in the 115-pound class.
Thomas is holder of the~state amatei
title and the all-campvus o4ampionship
is last year.
Capt. Alfred Watsoni; Conference
135-pound champion who,:went to the
finals in the national amateur meet
before being defeatedl," rates first
among -the 135-pound candidates,
although Finley and ulude, all-
campus champion last year, are also
capable performers.
DonahoeeLeads NXlieweights.
Sauer, Big Ten 145-pound title hold-
er, and Warren are sill continuing
2 last year's feud for the 145-pound
berth, while Donahoe, cotain of the
1926 team, appears t, ~hivv things his
own way in the u~ddl weight dvi-
sion, as Dougavito, sophomore star is
ineligible. Donahoe holds the distinc-
tion of winning the Conference 158
pound title both in 1925 and in 1926.
Tile Wolverine squad should be con-
siderably bolstered rby the return of
Edward George, star heavyweight of
the 1925 team.
NEW YORK-Henri Degiane, a
French heavyweight wrestler, arrived
recently, from Paris to seek match-
Det roit Theaters

DOPING THE DOPE

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Ferry

By Herbert E. Vedder.
some reason or other, all was This gives rise to the revivial of1
yesterday in the confines ofI the rumor that Michigan may sign
field, the Administration build-1 for a game with some other Easternj

ing and Yost field house except for
the daily routine of the practice of
Wolverine teams, featured perhaps by
a speeding up of cage preparation for
the first tilt of the year Saturday.
This has been a particularly
live week in Michigan asithletic
circles with at least three big;
stories breakting since Sunday.

Monday afternoon saw the
"break," the fact that Michigan
have two grid teams next fall.

first
will

Tuesda y afternoon found, Miehi-
giuls 1928 football schedule coin-
pleted with the addition of Indl-
aria.
Yesterday morning it was an-
nounceed by Director Yost that
Harvard and Michigan had signed to
'meet in 1929 and 1930, marking the
first time the Crimson authorties have
agreed to sanction play in the Middle
West.
Y)esterday afternoon was left
often for conment by the "critics"
who also had their ingenuity for
rumor stories at work.. The .same
hldhs true this nmorning, stranige
to say, as uio further startling an-~
nconiceineuts have beeni fortlicomn-
ing.

grid team, but this p~resents some real
(difficulties.
If this is to be done before
1931, the schedules for the ntext
two seasons, already tentatively
settled, ivill have to b~e revised.
In order to make room on the 1929
card the Wolverines would be forced.
to drop another' Conference opponent,
which is unlikely, or else add a form-
idable opponent to the already impos-
ing array slated to face Michigan
which is also unlikely. This list now
includes Illinois, Minnesota, Harvard,
Ohio State, Purdue, and Iowa.
13t if -the 1,9213 lineulp presents a
difficulty, the 1930. schedule is
worse with seilen op~ponents signed
lip in addition to Michigan State.
It is possible, however, that one of
the six Conference opponents, Minne-
sota, Illinois, Purdue, Chicago, Ohio
State or Chicago, might be dropped or
shifted a year if a suitable agreement
could ia reached with some good
Eastern eleven such as Syracuse or
Pennsylvania.
The. dropping of Chicago from
the 19129 schedule also gives. rise
to Chicago rumors, for t he re-
newal of rivalry with the Maroons
this fall will not be dropped, as
both, schools are anxious to comne
to closer athletic relations again.

scilseIda it : Sot p mad
111cAccording - tI T o 'i > ;I)a v i t, 1i
nlois authorities a i'c ii t'(t(oda
1what t hey "will (11), Wt t a nIart
ether hand isma] dlito ln:
jas i , Michigan
ilscoili ii Iel Baern ' e at 3 aIo
iso RAon11, am d1hi h 'o
(Spec ilto th ail}) h) -d
the Wisconsin atofe"ic('onei
Ihas not namaed h ewBde
hockey coachl ie 10comiiig a
son1, candlidates 101'. the Carnal
p)uck team are observcing 8 eI~
ite training schedule and ar
holding regular workonts in tie
gymna sum an aex iorder toge
j1i110tocondition for Ithe di irij'i
1327-28 schedule.
The men have not been ebb,'[.do
hold any regular' practice sies-
sions as yet , due to the fa'ct that'
the ice is nor:.ii) suitable condli-j
tion.

With five Thatches comnpletedl yestei'-
a, th'e iteriratte uity d(mal swimming
'w w:tr polo will go into the quar-
ice fial omo,. row. The semi- finals
tTA Cinals will be0 held next week.
ITT yesterdlay's meet, Theta Chi (de-
gidAlpha Delta Phi in both the
S wnimngand the water polo con-
s'26-13 and 1-0. Kappa Nu over-
twh)elmned 'hi Leta Delta 32-9 and 4-0.
;.ig ia Alpha igu won over Alpha Kap-
pa Lambda 29-12 and 4-0 in water
1)pol0.
]'hi Chi defeated Delta Chi 26-15 in
Swilolning and 3-0 in water 1p010.
igina. Chi conc'luded the contests for
the day, defeating; Alpha Tats Omega
2S-1I 3 and 3-0 in polo. Theta (Chi and
Phi Chii defeated their opponents
by the same score.
BALTIMORE-The National Pro-
fessional Golf tournament will be held
here in 1928.

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Feb. 22-Minnesota........ There
Feb. 25-Iowa............. Here
March 3-Wisconsin....... Here
March 17-Northwestern.. There
March 23, 24-Conference Meet
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It -is rumored,. however, that other
negotiations are being carried on

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which may change the complexion of x
affairs still further. What the develop- It is rather likely that some agree-
ments may be, Yost and some of the ment will be reached with the Maroons
inner circle may know, but others mayI sometime in the near future and it
only guess. seems a certainty that the Staggmen
will be found on the Wolverine 19311
When Chicago was dropped pr ogram since they were dropped for
from the Wolverines' 1928 sched- the 1929 season.

Wie Ini order to finale room. for
Harvard It was rather clearly
shown that. the, progranms agreed
upon by the Bi Ten coaclhes i'r
the next few years are not 1in-
violate.,

While tlue ruling made last Sat-
urday at the conferenice of di-
rectors anid coaches in Chicago
permitting Big Ten schools to
have two football teams next year

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