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9, 1928

T HE M IC H IGA N DA IL Y

FEW GRID TEAMS
EUFFEIR REVERSES
(Con~tinued from Page 6.)
a reaI menace to the Army, losing
14-13 in~ a loosely-played but excit-
ing battle. Little Gettysburg gave
Penn State a struggle before losing,
12-0. Georgetown ran up the lar-
gest score f6Ir the day, amassing 38
points against Susquehanna. Cor-
nrell and Pittsburgh were returned
victors over Niagara and Bethany
by large scores.
Vanderbilt defeated Colgate, 12-7,
in an intersectional struggle. Vir-
ginia dropped a game 24-13 to
South Carolina, conquerors of Chi-
cago. Tennessee showed its power
by burying Centre, 41-0, with Geor--
gia whitewashing Mercer, 5i2-0.
On the coast St. Mary's, the giant
killer of 1927, force d Calif ornia to
the limit before losing by a single
touchdown. Stanford defeated Or-
egon, 28-1 2, while southern Calif or-
nia scored a 19-0 triumph over Ore-
gon State. Whitman extended
Washington befo're suffering a 7-0
loss.
Albion provided a great surprise
for Michigan State, defeating the
over-confident Spartans 2-0, by
scoring a safety. Coach Kipke's
teftn, greatly otttgained the Metho-
dists, but lacked the seoring punch.
NEW YORK-Southern Metho-
dist, barely nosed out by the Army
Saturday, may meet New York Uni-
versity in a post-season game.

BIG WRESTLING -
SQUAD EXPECT ED
Coach Clifford Keen expects
more than one hundred men to re-
port for Varsity wrestling this year.
Practice started yesterday at the
new Intramural building with The-
ron Donahoe in charge. Donahoe
will have charge of the matmen
until football season is over as
Coach Keen is training the sopho-
more grid team.
The wrestling room at the new
building is equipped with the latest
apparatus, including rubber mat
coverings to lessen the possibility
of mat burns which often keep a
wrestler from competition.
A change in the conference rules
this year enlarges the number of
weights to eight. These are 115,
125, 135, 145, 156, 165, 175, and un-
limited. This change gives more
men the chance for intercollegiate
competition.
Three conference ex-champions
are lost to the Wolverine scquad this
year as Donahoe, Satrer and Wat-
son have finished their athletic ca-
refer at Michigan. Thomas, a soph-
omore letter-winner last year, did
not return to school, but is expect-
ed to come back next year. Hewitt
and Warren are the only veterans
that Keen has to build his team
around, but a wealth of material
will report three nights a week, and
Coach Keen will chooser from these
his lineup for the opening meet
with Chicago, January 12.

LOS A N GE LES-Henri Cochet
now holds the men's singles title
in Pacific Northwest through a vic-
tory over Christian Boussus recent-
ly.

NEW YORK -By winning two out
of three games, the United States
polo team repelled the threat of thc
Argentine for the championship oi
the Americas.

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