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September 30, 1931 - Image 7

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wwNEDAY owETEME 0, 193N
REP T T _T ISHER
New Freshman Squad to Be One
of Largest in Michigan
Football History.
One of the largest groups of can-
didates in Michigan football history
have reported to Coach Ray FISer,
freshman mentor, yesterday in re-
sponse to the first call for yearling
talent. A total of 35 suits were
issued.1
With such a large 7ubcr on
hand, Fisher was unale, to look
them all over well enough to form
a lasting opinion of the abilities of1
the various men. However, it is
fairly certain that a goodly numbei
of those reporting are able to boas
of all-state recognition from differ-
ent localities throughout the length1
and breadth of the land.
There is a strong possibility that
when all of the hopefuls are on
hand tbat the total number will
eceed the century mark. No cuts
are contemplated in the squad, but
enofugh will probably fall by the
wayside to reduce the number to
about 75.
Morrison Will Show
Opponents fBusy Tne
(Continue from Page 6) ,
his defensive worth by plugging]
the openings ana holding Purdue
to short gains.
Playing against All-American
Ticknor, Morrison showed well,
convincing many that he was the
better center. His knocking down
of passes and hard tackling limited
Harvard's chances of victory. When
Minnesota tore great holes in
Michigan's line, again Morrison
carried the brunt of the defensive
work.
This season Morriso'n is better in'
his weakest department, passing
the ball back to the backfield men,'
and should, barring) injuries, put
in a strong bid for national honors.
Athletics Given Edge
in Hitting, Pitching
(Continued from Page 6)
will be battling equally hard to
lift the crown. At any rate, with
these factors considered, the teams
look fairly evenly matched, and]
all signs point to a real World Ser-
ies this year.
CROSS COUNTRY
All freshmen interested in
cross country report with equip-
ment at Yost Field House at 4:30'
any day this week y
Ken Doherty, Coach. ]

THE MTCH~OAN !3ATE~

SPORT WRITERS
Sophomores and second semes-
, r Freshmen interested in try-
ing out for the Sports Staff of
the Daily report at the Sport
desk in the Press Building this
afternoon at 4:30.
Sheldon Fullerton, Sports Editor
0' 7EPHOE MEE T
u RIES REFOPEN
Dale Extcndcd to Mkg vore
Mcn to Par~icipatc.
Freshmen who are interested in
the horseshoe tournament for fird~
year men as sponsored by the In-
tramural Department and originaly
scheduled for Friday, Septemnber 25
may still enter the competition. for
the meet has been postponed until
Friday, October 2, at 5:15.
Entries will be accepted up to
Thursday and can be made either
by signing the sheet on the bulletin
board in the lobby of the building
or telephoning the office. There is
no limit on the entrance number
and the pairings will be made ac-
zording to the drawings made by
the Intramural managers.
The new courts to the west of the
building will be used for this tour-
namnent and the conduct of the I
meet will be as speedy as possible I
to finish it before too much time
has elapsed. The awards offered
should stimulate interest for they
are a gold medal first place 'and
ribbon to runner-up. The late start
of this meet should be compensated
by a larger field of entrants.e
H ARRIERS R EPOR T
FOR FIRST DRILL
Cross country practice went into
full swing yesterday as the varsity
and freshmen both went through
their first workouts. Nineteen men
have reported to Coach Chuck
Hoyt for the varsity squad. Among
the more promising entrants are
Wolfe, Hill, Fitzgibbons, Crawford
and Howell, all returning veterans,
and Ostrander, Braden, MManus
and Bedenik. The first workouts
are to be easy, working into a two-
my iern in aewee days. tl~1 ~
Coach Ken Doherty signed up
about a dozen first-year men yes-.
terday on the first day and ex-
pects a generous number more. All
men were put to work immediately
upon enrollment, those who signed
up yesterday going through a full
workout before leaving. Freshmen
practice this year is taking place
in Yost field house instead of in
Waterman gymnasium as in pre-
vious years.T
Coaches Hoyt and Doherty plan
toe aoindfreshaladfrsitprac- n
tic o t some ext e y. The vt a it
squad is to he divided into two
groups, the second of which will
be accompanied by the freshmen
on th'e shorter runs.

~SAMMY

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