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THE. MICHIGANfDAIL Y

PAGE SEVEN

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10 ImurC TIrVMr MCOURT FIVE IS Sh! Jones Narrates

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BEGIN TRAINING DRILL
Trater,, Start Early Training In
Pre-aration For First Meet
To Be Held In March
CAPTAIN HESTER RETURNS'
Two-thirds of Coach Stephen J.
Farrell's Wolverine track men report-
ed for the initial practice session of
1928 yesterday afternoon at the field
house. Thewveteran mentor expressed
himself as well satisfied with the un-
usually large turnout for the first
practice after the holidays.
None of the trackmen returned
early for training as there remains
nearly two full months before the first
meet of the season, the Conference in-
door championships. This will allow
the men ample time to get into the
best possible condition before under-1
taking their 1928 schedule.
Coach Farrell plans to start the
men on a schedule of rather light1
work, which will continue until after1
the semester examinations, because
of the fact that it will be necessary to
interrupt training for about two weeks
at that time.
Little is known of -the potential
strength of the Varsity track team at
the present time, due to the fact that
the coach has had but a limited op-
portunity to observe his candidates in
practice. The return to school of
Captain Hester will considerably
bolster the team.
It will be necessary to devleop a
number of capable performers to fill
the gaps left by graduation, however,
if Michigan is to finish with the lead-
ers this season.
"Moon" Baker Inc., Sporting Goods
-yes, it's the san'e "Moon," former
Purple football and basketball ace,
who made a formal bow to the Evan-
ston business world this week.
University of Illinois baseball play-
ers will make their annual southernI
trip, March 31 to April 9, the Easter
recess giving them the opportunity to
avoid missing classes.

UNIPVI~RSIIVE
(Continued from Page Six)
As yet there are two or possibly three
men who may be called regulars;
there is no such thing as five regu-
lars. Northwestern, on the other
hand, has had no trouble finding a
combination, Coach Lonberg relying
on five men.
Capt. Harrigan and Oosterbaan are
the only sure regulars at present for
McCoy's showing has been rather be-
low par. For some reason or other,
he seems to slow down as the games
progress. Raber has flashes when he
looks like a world-beater; at other
times something differentrhappens.
Chapman, too has not proved to be
a reliable player and his work has
been spotted.
Realizing the full significance of
the situation wherein they have a
squad without a team on the eve of
the Big Ten opener, the coaches have
been working desperately with the
other men. Danny Rose, a guard or
forward, has been meeting with the
greatest approbation, doing -well at
Penn and against Bradley.
Dick Gawne got his chance agamst
Bradley Tuesday and acquitted him'-
self very well, displayjng a fine eye
1 for the basket as well as showing up
otherwise. Herman Nyland has work-
ed excellently in daylight praeice
without his glasses, but the glare of
the lights at night affects his play
considerably.

The Inside Story;'
Army Won-Ho, Hum'
(Continued from Page Six.)
the ball that worked so well in the
last half also was emphasized.
"That was about all, but it worked
out better than we figured.
"You know how Wilson got going on
that off-tackle play early in the third
quarter and how he took the ball
down to within a few yards of the goal
in four or five plays, but here's factors
of team spirit we hadn't anticipated:
"Our quarterback figured Wilson to
be getting a bit tired; he didn't want
to run any risk of losing that touch-
down and so he called Cagle's signal.
There was just a moment's hesitation
on Cagle's part; then he said:
"'Harry Wilson is making the
touchdowns today; this is his last
game.'
"It is pretty well known that Wilson
not only made this touchdown but an-
other one later on to clinch the game.
CORONA
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Dealer
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