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THE MICHIGANDAILY

A T L

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Encounter

Yacht

Club

An opportunity to see Michigan's
tank stars at their highest com-
petitive pitch before the National
Intercollegiates next week will be
granted the local fans tonight as
the Wolverine natators play host to
the strong Detroit Yacht club team
in the Intramural pool.a
The contest will be in the nature_
of a return match, since the Wolves
took a hotly contested affair from
the Yacht club outfit earlier in the
season by a score of 45 to 30. Other
considerations may make the meet
even closer tonight."
25c Admission Charge.
A large crowd is expected at the
pool at 7:30 this evening, not only
because the Detroiters will prob- Dick Degener, sophomore diving
ably furnish the best dual compe- star, who will give his first high
tition of the season tonight, but board diving performance in com-
also because the swimmers will oc- petition since coming to Michigan
cupy a national spotlight next tonight when the Wolverines meet
week. An especially low admission the Detroit Yacht club in the In-,
fee of twenty-five cents will be tramural pool.
charged for the contest.R
It was stated yesterday afternoon HAUSER RETURNS
by Coach Mann of the Michigan TO ALMA MATER
Varsity that the D. Y. C. team of-
fered stiffer competition for his MINNEAPOLIS, March l7.--(AP)-
squad than did the Northwestern Three Gopher football immortals,
Wildcat aggregation, runner-up in Tho pe an aM im otals,
the Big Ten race this year. Thisi who played on Minnesotas last
was due, explained the mentor, not Western conference championship
to the fact that the Yacht club taled tothe i puo s rve e r
squad had a better balanced team alletate causgtcserveti
for competition than the Purple alma mater in a coaching capacity.
boasted, but rather to sthe fact that triumvirate was completed
the Detroiters displayed consider- yesterday when George Hauser
able strength in the events in came home from Ohio State Uni-
which the Maize and Blue lacked versity to become line coach and
outstanding power. assistant to B. W. Bierman, head
tw. .coach.
Degener in Diving Exhibition. Serving with Bierman and Haus-
A high-light of the evening will er will be Bert Baston, all-Ameri-
be an exhibition of diving from the can end.
high board by Degener and Raike Bierman was captain of the 1915
of the Michigan outfit. The Wol- team which won six games and
verine mentor decided that, in view tied with Illinois. Bierman played
of the coming national meet, it in the backfield, Hauser at tackle
would be unwise to allow the Var- and Baston at end.
sity stars to complete on the low
board. The divers have beenprat- Record Co dAttends
ticing all week on the high take-o ffRecr Cow Atnd
and their timing and form are not Campus Boxing Show
to be thrown off by competition .--
from the lower* point. Both of the More people attended the Semi-
stellar plungers will go through Final boxing show Wednesday
their entire routine of Olympic night than have attended any prev-
dives, similar to the program they ious show sponsored by the boxing
will put on in competition next committee of the Intramural de-

TA W MN JOINS Thinclas to Start
IntensivePracti(
TIGER URID STAFF byfor Co-1-ItM,
Although little work is beh
Former Michigan Mentor Signs by members of the Michiga
Three-Year Contract as team at this time, they h,
Crisler's Assistant. lost sight of the feature c
the indoor season, the du,
The Princeton Board of Athletic with Cornell university sc
Control announced Wednesdiay that foMac26
Tad Wieman, former Michigan grid for March 26.
star and coach, has signed as as- The first regularly se
sistant football coach of the Tiger practice since the defeat
aggergation. Wieman, line coach. Wolverines in the Conferen
for the past two seasons under H. last Saturday will be held
0. Crisler at Minnesota, follows his: row in Waterman gym
superior, who has been awarded a However, some of the me
three-year contract as head coach been working out informally
at Princeton. board track all week.
Following his brilliant grid career Big Reds Defeat Yal
and his graduation in '21, Wieman. The Big Reds demonstral
was retained here as assistant to they are no pushover by th
Fielding H. Yost for a period of six tory over Yale last week. F
years, and as head coach in '27 and their strength lies primaril;
'28. He has since worked at Min- distance and field events.
nesota, and was in a large measure In all events up'to and i
responsible for the powerful eleven: the 440-yard dash the Itha
that so nearly defeated Michigan woefully weak. Inasmuch
last fall. is the point where the W
Captained Wolverines. are strongest, the Hoytmen
While at Michigan, Wieman was be able to get away to an
a mainstay of the team, alternat- sive lead. The performance
ing at right tackle and fullback, tain Ed Russell and DeB
and he was elected captain of the placing first and second in t
Varsity by his teammates for the ference championships las
1917 season, a comparatively suc- bodes ill for the chances
cessful year on the University rec- Cornell quarter-milers.
ords. Wolves Strong in Hurd
Wieman takes up his duties at For the first time this y
Princeton on April 4, when the Wolverines should be able
Easterners b e g i n their annual heavily in the hurdles, sin
spring practice. His is the extreme- yer is the only timber to
ly difficult task of building up a team, and he is too weak
powerful line and of developing a, vide any formidable oppos
serviceable defense out of the re- Egleston and his teammate
mains of the ineffectual Tiger elev- The feature event on the
en that displayed so weak a wall will probably be the mile re
to all comers in the contests of last Cornell team is rated as on
fall. best in the east while the
Coached at Michigan. ines have the same enviab
While in the service of the Uni- tation in the middle west.
versity, following his graduation,
Wieman was an extremely efficient W
and popular coach, and must be
credited for much of the dexterity
with which the teams of this per-
iod "clicked."
Minnesota has had notably ag-
gressive teams during the past twol
years, the period of Wieman's stay
there, and working in collaboration , t ,
with Fritz Crisler, the former pro-
duced a line that Kipke's eleven r Mi
found almost invulnerable. Wie-
man's transfer to Princeton, as an-.. .
nounced by Charles B. Kennedy ofy
the Princeton athletic board, was s
a fortunate move for the New Jer-
seyites, following as it did the sign-
ing up of M innesota's former head
coach and co-worker of Wieman.

Goes to Princeton

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heduled
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However, Associated Pres Photo
y in the;
Elton E. (Tad) Wieman, former
ncluding Michigan football star and mentor,
cans are who has signed a three-year con-
as this tract as assistant football coach at
olverines
n should Princeton.
impres-
of Cap- SKATING CARNIVAL.
aker in
the Con- 1 Tuesday, March 22, is the date
st week, set for the annual skating carnival,
of the to be held at the Coliseum. Appli-
cations for the carnival, which is
Iles. open to all students except letter
year thewinners in hockey, can be made at
to score either the Coliseum or the Intra-
ce Coll- mural building.
pper of
to pro-
iition for
5.
program
lay. The
e of the
Wolver-
le repu-
Sirloin Steak
Extra Choice 1

open the season with the same Failure to uncover any promisi:
brand of baseball that they flashed youngsters is proving a great sour
at the outset oi the American of worry to Connie Mack. Ed Col
league pennant race in 1931. man, recruited from Portland,
The White Elephants do not seem supposed to bid for Miller's pla
to have uncovered any outstand- in right-field but so far he has r
ing new men and displayed a great deal of his hig
the aging pro- _ ly-touted batting power.
cess bids fair to The catching staff is well tak
take its toll a- care of by Mickey Cochrane, w
mong the veter- needs no relief, although Ed Ma
ans who saw reg- jeski, a new receiver, has sho'
ular service last good form behind the bat. 'I
year. pitching staff appears to be goi
At present the1 to struggle along on Grove, Ear
infield is upset.: shaw, and Walberg, with occasioi
O s c a r Roettger, help from Roy Mahaffey and a 1
secured from the= named Bowman from the W
American associ- Simmons. Coast who has shown up well.
ation, where he compiled a fine hit-
ting record, seems to have the edge Roger Bresnahan, one of t
on the race for first base. Jimmy greatest catchers of all time, beg
Foxx, heavy slugger but unwieldy his major league baseball career
fielder has been shifted to third the age of 16 as a pitcher for 1
base. Dibrell Williams, with only old Washington Nationals.
one season of regular work behind
him seems to have the call on the
shortstop position.
Two old-timers, Boley and Dykes, You'll Buy It On
are battling a somewhat aging
Maxie Bishop for second base. Al Sight
Simmons and Mule Haas seem log- C'rbEtt
ically placed as the starting out-CHat

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what e akes
a college leader?

The most popular ready-to-
eat cereals served in the
dining-rooms of American
colleges, eating clubs and
fraternities are made by
Kellogg in Battle Creek.
They include Kellogg's Corn
Flakes, PEP Bran Flakes,
Rice Krispies, Wheat
Krumbles and Kellogg's
WHOLE WHEI4AT Biscuit.

PERSONALITY, of course. An en-
gaging attitude toward others.
Boundless energy for class and
campus activities.
Good health is the basis. So few
have it. Constipation frequently
causes headaches, loss of appetite
and energy, sleeplessness.
Yet it can be overcome so easily
--by eating a delicious cereal,
Kellogg's ALL-BRAN. Two table-
spoonfuls daily will promote regu-
lar habits.
Try it with milk er cream. Ask
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