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TTH:URSDAY, FE31UARY 23, 1927

THE MICHMAN nATT Y

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'The Nexvt Few- Days
TS TO BE DIFFICULTI
(By Associated Press)
NEi1W YORK, Feb. 22-The Olym'pic
boa r~l of strategy, otherwise the
coaching staff of the American track
and fieldl team will be picked w*ithin
the next few days.
The chief strategist or head coach,
already has been decided upon. This
post apparently by unanimous con-
sent; goes to Lawson Roberts of
the University of Pennsylvania. He
has the backing of the Ainateur Ath-
letic Union, which is sufficient to In-
sure his endorsement by the Olympic
committee as a whole. As a matter
of fact "Robbie" al;ready has 'been
exercising the flinctions of headI
coach, mapping his program and
gathering a coterie of talent under
his wing at Franklin Field.
Picking the re-st of the staff isn't
so easy. In fact, some feelin~gs may
be hurt no m'eatter what the Olympic
committee decides. As just a sample
of the situation, the three principal
CaliRctrnia colleges- Southern Cal i-
farnia, Stanford and University of,
California-all have outstanding can-
(idates for coaching posts. Walter
Christie of California shared. head
coaching resp~onsib~ility with Robert-1
son at the last Olympics, handling
the field performers, but "Dink"
Templeton of Stanford is coach of the
Intercollegiate A. A. A. A. champion-
ship team and Dean Cromwell of UJ.
S. C. demands consideration. as tutor
o such stars as Charley Borah, Char-
Iey Paddock, Lee Barnes and other:;.
HOOSIERS AND BUCKEYES
MEET ON OUTDOOR TRACK
BLOOMINGTON, Ind., Feb. 22.-
Indiana university's track and field
team will be given a test on an out-
door track next Saturday when it
meets Ohio State at Columbils. The
Buckeye track is beneath the -stadium
stands, thus furnishing practically
the 'same type of course a -is found
avaiable dluring spring.
W. R. Stephenson, quarter-miler,
has been declared eligible and will
compete against Ohio State. Stephen-
son is one of the best middle distance
runners in the Big Ten.
BUFFALO. -- America's leading
women swimmers will compete for
title honors this week at Buffalo in
the National A.A.1. carnival.
D ETROIT-Lombard defeated U. of
D~. at basketball Monday night, 21'
to 2t9.

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WILL C E fN MEET,
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eEdelsollOn o2f ilhehigh lgh s o ille ml le'is
t~l1!!1l111 r'dtal in the poloa vault oen
toIl iGla';i( of A'aI'q at to 'and 111r old

I 'elimillaries will be held tomorroxv
aft ernooii beginning at :3 o'clock, andl
hal finals 'and lspecial1 events xwill be
ldc in t he even lug. The Wvolver-
ine crtnirigt t, consisting of~ the four
mIn esof "he relay teamns andl Loren
J. ",ol, Varsity track manager, will
t' rat I4o'clock lby automoboile and
~V1 1 rezttrn dlirect lv after the meet.

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Even the old, familiar, threatecuing ison, is a sensation on the court, as
promise, "w~ait until niext year'' anybody who ever watched his play
which might, serve as a balm 10 the on2 last year's freshmain tearn will
forlorn andl aching hearts ofl disalT- ]not Hesitate to testify.
p)ointed Wolverine basket ball enthu-
siasts, is not forthicoming-and the
season shortly to be completed by the
Varsity five is just about as distress-, Dsintv
ing as any ever experienced.

MAte SlC.cpa rmi i lto i Iaer [has beei!.
g~ ilg 'irrui 8 t13of"tAillpr! t ices, w~hilei
Ile Atre elcar-ed that, i- ight in the
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tias. Last winter these mell tied atN
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G, coairse there will be C'hap-
man, avid McCoy, anud wiand
111111be laaiwr, anid a .flo(H kofcaiil-
btlates vout this year's "It"j
teini, but where,' oil where, are
the proini sing £ieshmiieii
The yearlings, according to Coach-
es Ray Fisher and Jack Blott, area
not the kind that might make the
directors and spectators of the Var-
sity work undluly happy.j
Abou adozn o soof tine
rest of' the squad of' about a
sceore.
Dc wing, Weinstei, 1-iggons, Gar-
rison, and rTyler comprise the for-
wardls; Dougall and Torrell, the cen-,
ters; anti Lytle, Justice, McCormick,
Libman, and McGrath, the guards.
'The~ big task 'will be to find
somnaelody to rplae ft(-ih i
talble Oosterbaanl, and also Caapt
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is still a "sweet" perforiiier.
Among the freshirnen nobody tow-
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attention as a possibility to ouct any
of the veterans. But some oL them
,look better than fair.
'rie three big (literally) lpos.
sibilitles are lDougall, 'I>rreiX'
and _LcGrathi. The two io 11'er"N
bred in the basketball as#1aio: -
phere of fihe Hoosier state vra:
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