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WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1928

TH E MICHIGAN DAILY

Varsity Mat MenMeet Freshmen Next Friday

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FIRST YEAR MEN ILLI
IN ADE NE1 BUILDING
Will Be First Test Of Competition
For Both Squads; 64 Men
On Varsity Squad
TWO VETERANS NOW OUT
Varsity and freshmen wrestlers
will engage in a meet next Friday
afternoon when Coach Russell
Saurs leads his yearling grapplers
into the new Intramural building
to clash with Coach Keen's men.
The meet will be the first com-
petition for both squads and is ex-
pected to give the coaches an op-
portunity to look over the various
candidates. Coach Keen has an-
nounced that he will use all his
sophomores in this meet in order to
give them some experience.

1 VDE, FLASIJY GOPHER
BACKFIELD STAR, LEADS
CONFERENCE SCORERS
To Fred Hovde, Minnesota quar-'
terback, go the Big Ten scoring
honors for 1928, as the Gopher ace
accounted for nine touchdowns and
54 points, one more touchdown
than Pape of Iowa was able to reg-
ister. Although ,Hovde failed to
score against Wisconsin, none of
the other 10 leaders were able to
tally more than one point except
Glassgow and Holmer.
Pape's efforts to cross Michigan's
goal line were fruitless, so the
Hawkeye speed merchant had to be
content with second place. Walt
Holmer captured honors for the
day when he scored two touch-
downs and an extra point against
Dartmouth. Glassgow of Iowanreg-)
istered seven points against Michi-
gan to boost his total.
( Brockmeyer another Minnesotan,

VARSITY CLOSES
SUCCESSFUL YEAR
(Continued From Page Six)
the Wieman-coached outfit stage a
most remarkable battle to defeat
Illinois and Iowa, two of the Big
Ten leaderstand down Michigan
tteand tie Navy in a pair of
non-Conference tilts.
This phenomenal comeback en-
abled the Wolverines to play a de-
ciding role in the title race and
closed the year successfully in spite
of early season reverses. It stands
as a lasting tribute to the splendid
fighting qualities of the squad and
the coaching staff who refused to
give up even when prospects looked
most discouraging.
Precentage of .428
Of the eight contests played, the
Michigan eleven won three, tied
one, and lost four for a percentage
of .428. Meetin fvstogCn
ference opponents, the Wolverines
succeeded in defeating Illinois, the

strength until the Iowa game, the
Maize and Blue boasted a great de-
fensive combination. The showing
of the forward wall was outstand-
ing in practically every contest.
Encountering what was proclaimed
the most powerful line in the M
dle West in the Iowa contest, thel
Wolverine forwards outplayed their
opponents throughout the game,,
the climax being the touchdown'
march in the second half that
netted the Wolverine victory.

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HUDSON OACU' TRUNK-Will
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CAGEMEN PREPARE FOR
VETERAN STATE TEAM
(Continued From Page Six)
ines' second opposition, invading
Yost field house on Dec. 15 in the
last game before the Christmas re-
cess. The Penn team, which de-
feated Michigan last year, will
again have in its lineup two men
chosen for the mythical all-eastern
five, Joey Schaff, center, and Lazar,
guard.

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Six New Men On Team kept his one point margin over Eby Conference champion, and Iowa,
The varsity squad now numbers of Ohio State and Humbert of Illi- tle team that finished in a tie with
64 men following the preliminary nois to retain third place in the Ohio State for fourth honors; los-
cut. Due to the fact that the Big standings. Hovde succeeds another ing to Wisconsin, claimant of sec-
Ten conference has designated Gopher quarterback, Shorty Alm- ond place' in the standings. The
eight wrestling weights there are quist, as Conference scoring ace. Big Ten standing of the Wolves
now six new men needed to fill up Almquist took first honors last sea- was .400.
the gaps caused by graduation and son with 75 points. The season has been a unique one
the addition of the new weight The Leading Scorers from the point of points scored.
class. The large squad now work- Td Pat Tps For the first time since 1919 the
ing out will soon be increased by Hovde, Minnesota...... 9 0 54 Wolverines were outscored by their
the addition of a number of men Pape, Iowa............. 8 0 43 opponents. In 1919 Michigan reg-
from the football squad who are Brockmeyer, Minnesota 6 7 43 istered 92 points to 102 for her. op-
expected to report soon. Eby, Ohio State... .....7 0 42 ponents, this year the total stood
Keen Has Two Veterans Humbert, Illinois.. .... 7 0 42 36 points for the Wolves against
Keen has two veterans left. Cuisinier, Wisconsin.... 6 1 37 62 for the opposition.
Robert Hewitt in the 115 pound McLain, Iowa.........6 1 37 All three of the victories were
class and Captain Robert Warren Holmer, Northwestern. 4 1Q 3 obtained by three point margins.
who wrestles in the 158 pound Caraway, Purdue.......4 8 32 Illinois and Michigan State falling
class. Around these two men a Glassgow, Iowa........ 4 8 32 3-0, and Iowa 10-7. Michigan
new team will have to be built scored four touchdowns during the
before the opening meet of the NEW YORK UNIVERSTTY.-A season, no more than one coming
year with a Big Ten school on course teaching women students in a single encounter; and totaled
January 11. Chicago will pry open ihow to buy good clothes, is offered three field goals from placement.
the conference season here on that by the university. Although lacking in offensive
date with a second meet scheduled
a week later at West Virginia. The 'I Ifitllnfill ilfiIIIli 41,1itt1tiitHIithifill ltitill[Ill
remainder of the schedule is to be
arranged at the meeting of Con- eCicken, Fsh and Steak Dinners
ference officials during December. 1
All University students save- ServedCoin ry Stye
those who have won a letter in
wrestling will be eligible for the Phone Whitmore Lake No. 4
All-University Wrestling urnOpen Every Day and Night in the Year
ment which will be held Dec. 14
and 15 in the new IntramuralI
building. Coach Keen is hoping'! WHITMORE LAKE HOTEL
that everyone interested in wrest-
ling will enter.
There will be eight weight di- DANCE HALL IN CONNECTION e
visions. Preliminary bouts of five
minutes each will be held on Fri- I E M. A. Cahoon and C. J. Hetheringtonr-
ight i nuts ech the dbouts or Whitmore Lake Only 10 Miles North on U. S. 23
the following afternoon. Weighing
in for the tournament can be done ( Special Attention to Private Parties
at either the Intramural building
or Waterman gymnasium on Fri- -lltll'1lllH11tllflllll1 111111I11fllll l
day, December 14.
Varsity letter man will referee all
bouts. A gold medal will be award-
ed to the winner.

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Manager Tryouts
All sophomores and second
semester freshmen wishing to
try out for basketball manager
are requested to report to me
after 3:00 any afternoon at the
field house.
Roland Taylor, Manager

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