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SUNDAY, JULY 22, 1928

THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY

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FOOTBALL CANDIDATES
ARE TALL AND HEAVY
Unusual Height And Weight And Lack
Of Experience Is Noted On 1928
Michigan Grid Team
EIGHT LETTERMEN LISTED
Unusual height, more beef than has
been seen on a Michigan team in
years, and a lack of experienced men
and letter men are the first facts
gleaned of the 1928 Wolverine foot-
ball team from the data compiled re-
cently by the coaching. staff.
With the beginning of football prac-
tice in the Big Ten still a little less
than two months off, possibilities for
the 1928 squad were given official
standing with the announcement of'76
men under consideration by the coach-
ing staff.
The list includes 63 men now schol-
astically eligible and 13 who are in
summer school, some to clear up
classroom difficulties met last seme-
ster and others attempting to add to
their stores of credit. On the basis
of past records, ten or eleven of these
men will emerge at the end of the
summer with clear records, ready to
start work on conditioning and funda-
mental football.
Eight lettermen are listed in the
possible squad and all are expected to
be ready for the first call, as but one
is in summer school. There are 11
others who have participated in
games for Michigan, some to the ex-
tent of only a minute or two, but still
long enough to count for a year's
participation in athletics. In this list
are Barley, Chapman, Orwig and
Myron of the basketball squad, the
last named a baseball man, also; As-
beck, Corridon, Reichman, Straub and
Kubicek of the baseball team and
Ketz, Williams and Widman of the
track squad. Asbeck was a member
of the football squad two years ago

TUNNEY DEFENDS
TITLE THURSDAY

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LOCALS PLAY MT. CLEMENS
Ann Arbor baseball fans will get
an opportunity to view two of the
strongest teams of the region in ac-
tion this afternoon when the Hoover
Steel Ball company's nine opposes the
stronig Mt. Clemens Merchants at the
Hoover Steel park located at the foot
of south Green street and immediately
adjoining the new Michigan stadium.
Several former Michigan players
are included in the line up of the
Hoover team which has set back some
of the strongest teams in this sec-
tion of the state this season.
WALSH ALLOWS FIVE HITS
NEW YORK, July 21.-Young Ed
Walsh, former Notre Dame hurler and1
son of the famous Ed Walsh, proved
himself to be a chip of the old blockt
when he held the powerful Yankees
to five hits here today, but his team,
the Chicago White Sox, dropped the
tussle to the Yanks, 2 to 0.
CUBS WIN IN FIFTEENTH
CHICAGO, July 21.-It took the Chi-
cago Cubs fifteen innings to subdue
the New York national league team
here today, 2 to 1. The Cubs register-
ed 13 hits, while the Giants were
credited with 12 safe bingles.
HEENEY RESUMES TRAINING
FAIRHAVEN, New Jersey, July 21.
-Refreshed by a day's lay-off from
the training grind, Tom Heeney, chal-
lenger for the heavyweight title, slid,

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LOST-Blue suede pocketbook con-
tning several bills and a house-
key, on State between Nickels Ar-
cade and Liberty. Finder please call
6498 between 6 and 8 p. m. Reward.
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Gene Tunney
Heavyweight champion, who will
defend his title against Tom Heeney,
New Zealander, Thursday at the Yan-
kee stadium, New' York. This will be
Tunney's first bout since last Septem-
her when he defeated Dempsey in the
now famous "long count" battle at
Chicago.
while Straub was present last year.
Williams also has some local football
experience.
It has been a long time since a
Michigan squad has had the elevation
the present squad possesses. Twenty
of the men are six feet tall or more
and three of these add five or six
inches to the mark, Thirteen are well
above six feet.
While last year's squad did not
have a 200-pounder, 11 of this year's
possibilities weigh more than 200
pounds and 13 more are between 190
and 200 pounds. Only seven of the
men on the list weigh less than 160
pounds.

WILL FLY TO BATTLE SCENE
SPECULATOR; New York, July 21
- Gene Tunney, heavyweight title-
holder, will fly to the Yankee stad-1
ium, New York, the scene of his bat-
tle with Tom Heeney on Thursday,
in spite of the protestations of Tex
Rickard, promoter of the bout. The
journey from his camp here to Newr
York is 7 hours while only 2 by air-
p)lane.

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VISIT DETROIT THIS SUMMER
and enjoy an all-day outing at
PUT-IN-BAY
A delightful cruise among the Sunny Lake Erie Islands;
a fairyland of vineyards, orchards and flowers. Put-In-
Bay abounds in interest for young and old. There is
bathing, dancing, sailing, mysterious caves, picnic groves
and Perry's monument.
The palatial steamer Put-In-Bay leaves the foot of First
St. (Detroit) daily at 9 a.m. returning at 8 p.m. R.T. fares:
$1.00 week days. $1.50 Sundays. Steamer runs thru to
Sandusky daily making connections with Cedar Point
Ferry. Thru to Cleveland via Put-In-Bay.
CEDAR POINT
enjoytii*e On Fridays a special excursion is run
OOEANIs to Cedar Point. Steamer stops one hour
Leave Detroit 8:45 p.m. Sundays. With its huge hotels, electric
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