100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Download this Issue

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

This collection, digitized in collaboration with the Michigan Daily and the Board for Student Publications, contains materials that are protected by copyright law. Access to these materials is provided for non-profit educational and research purposes. If you use an item from this collection, it is your responsibility to consider the work's copyright status and obtain any required permission.

December 09, 1928 - Image 7

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Michigan Daily, 1928-12-09

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

SUNDAY, DI!C1VMJ3W. 9,M(-)

TH-I fM ICHI4G (-\N

DAILY

VEENKER SENDS TA
'THROUGH 'LONGDRL
ON DIFFERENT LY
FAST PLAY IN STATE TILT
HIIN DERED WOLVERINE'S
STYLE OF PLAY
FAILED O N FREE THtROWS:
Coach George Veenker sent his
Varsity cage team through a long
drill yesterday afternoon, trying t~o
correct the many faults evident in
the game with Michigan State Fri-!
day. The players worked on of'-
fensive and defensive combinations
in an effort to improve the team
play.
The defeat at the hands of the!
Spartans was attributable to nol
other, cause than that the States
team was a better coordinating
unit than the Wolverines. In the
scoring spree which marked the;
second1 half, the Green and Whitea
players showed the results of;
weeks of practice. They. had an'
uncanny eye for the basket, sin:~-
ing 11 field goals in 17 attempts.
Only one shot from the floor
failed to find the meshes during'
the second period.
Defense Weakened
Michigan's defense sagged dur-
ing the latter part of the game, and
let' the Spartans break away and
dribble under the, basket for easy
shots. The Wolverine offense also
was unimpressive. Kanitz's absence
from the lineup ndoubliitedly lo .w-

Pom merening- Chosen LAR FUI'cl l I L LAG IfQ'LSII
On Associated Press 111I LUI lI~~ADRTSN
.All-.American Eleven Jjl1U~flll~M
ii VI t4IlllIVLJ UlIILN0'TJ L

I
7

(,Continued From Page Six) }__
Pomnmerening credited with almost (B .c.. 'i' ~ N()TICE ihgn alr
single-handed lifting Michigan out LOS ANGELES, Dec. 7.-4l Mas- 1Ladies' coat." alld dre'uses alteredl,
of its rut, and Frank Speer, 205- grdae aai tn relinecd, repaired, by our experi-
pound bulwark in Georgia Tech es, c enced tailors. Work *uarnaiteed,
great line. Pommerening played ford LUniversity football team, at- 6325 -E. Liberty. Upstairs.
throughout the entire season with- tending the Pacific coast confer- 66,613,72,74
out once yielding a substitute, anI ence meeting hcre today, announc- N ICW-a_ losngoutou
"iron man" stunt that in itself gives ed that the Cardinals would play full line of Dresses and Wa rdrobe
him unique honor. In Michigan's Army in Palo Alto, December 28,; Trunks at cost. Koch & Henne.
march to the touchdown that 1929.c
meant final victory over Iowa, ThgmewtteUnedSas
eight of the nine plays nettingt Military Academy will be : return NTC-il31,MeLudy
around 60 yards were drivenl affair. Stanford traveled to New; 204 N. Main St.. for laundry ser--
through Pommerening's position. Yorkk last month and won from vice with real personal attentiona
Ilike received at home. C
Otto Pommerening's sensationalj the Cadets, 26 to 0.____ ___ ____
work at tackle for Michigan made ________________ TYPING-Theses a specialty. Fair
the Wolverines as the season ad- rates. M. V. Hartsuff. Dial 9387.
vanced. The team got a bad start c
but Pommerening was sensationsl 1II TPERIE'SER--ICE-e
even when his fellows were find- FINSCoronaWRoyalRUnErwRV -ewn
ig ithrogetsate.Hsgoo ington portables, also used large
example was finally followed gay il(Di f and portable typewriters of all
the others. Pommerening although T I LORING ?1~J makes bought, sold, rented. cx-l
known as "Silent Otto" makes lipI changed, cleaned, repaired. Large
in thinking anything he lacks inFi stock, best service, considerate
talking. He is an expert diagnos- in x1 t ' ord mI-t prices. Phone 6615. 0. D. Morrill
titan f pays I j17 NickelsArcae. c
tiino ly.pl.ies can only be - -----
Frank Speer, the big Georgia ! NOTICE -H. W. Clark Shoe Fac-
Tech tackle, is expert at opening l found at tory, corner of South University -
holes for his backs and some )f I and Forest. Let us save you 20.
the Georgian's best offensives have y - l)prcenlt on your repair work.
been built about. plays depending' iIIH41. ' Only one shoe factory in town
entirely on, the ability of Speer '.oH RIDING BOOTS from $10 up; golf
pave a way for them. Speer has shoes from '$8 up; moccasins in'
caught passes with success onj Tailors to Students and j ten dierent leather styles, $6
occasion. Facltyfo 40yea s All 'kinds of shoes made to your
'Much as dad Pommerening of ' CF o,4 1~ar.measure.-Hi. W. Clark. c1
Michigan, Captain Burke of the
Navy successfully led his team out; Let us cnic o LOST
of early season disaster and dis-f
n' vdt~nnw~ ht of our Merits

' 65,66
LOST Kappa Ly. Reward. C011
Margttre t m, 7117. (34,65,6
LOS''- ama11size left hlanid
bi cl,,ki a gl!ove ma uuewherec be-!
t weed WXatern a iGyin t cor.
South Uniw'eisit y, on Thursd.ay
of t oi~inooi .Phione 6617.
WANTED- Three Senior men want
apartment or suite at once. Call
Kelly at 64 77 Sunday. 66
WANTED-Tap dancer who applied
at the Michigan Theater. when
entering school this 'fall, please
call Jerry 1Hoag, P. D. Q . 66
WANTED-Cook, German wom an,
with city references, wishes posi-
tion in fraternity or sorority
after Christimas vacation. Tele-
phone 6374. 64,65,66,67,68,691
HUDSON COACH TRUNK--Will!
pay cold cash for one inl good 1
shape. Dial 9853 after 12:15 at;
niWce.
FOR SALtE
FOR SALE--Size 38, man's raccoona
coat, worth $900, for $500) cals;
worn one winter, is in first class
shape, all, select northern skins,
beautifully matched. E. H-. Dubey,
150 WV. Euclid Ave., Detroit, Mich.
Empire 6410. 66
FOR SALE---Hudson seal fur coat,
cocoa squirrel collars and cuffs.
Size 36. Telephone 3169 between
6-7 p. in. 64,65,66
FOIZ RENT
FOR RENT--Furnished apartment
throughout; 3 rooms and bath'i
for two girls. Available Dec.'22
~$50. 621 Forest. Phone 53607. I
66,67,68
FOR RENT-Two single rooms Or
one single and one double room.
Students, nurses or business peo-'
ple. Also garage. Dial 8544. 422
tast Washington._ 66,67,68

Free Facials

ANNA CYER
406E,. iery
All (luestions atiswcir d
p~ertaining to skin
BY SIPECIALI 1'

Wprlris~4

t';
,Y ,y, J".

Havel't you.

COLUMBIA
I'oIrAI3LE PHIONOGRA MIS
An 14P41,
Christmas Gift
for the Student
$15 and up
Also
Supply of Records
to go with them.
ALLMENINGiR
305 Maynard

'Abot thjs Gift-
Lonig enough?
Let's get it
j Over with

Wfers your
Disposition gets
Anyworse.
Snapdown to
f + , *

I~iAll linporoitt
b ake 'anid Occan Linecs
Tours, Cruises
L/ } Indetendent re Tav
9 E. G. K uebler
(( - Geu.JSteOinsbiPjl Agcncy
-.-601.I-. Huy'll. 641,2
Pianos, Radios,
Victrp1 s
and Everything MI.usical
Th'is Christmas
Pay I4tJi 4 r
Schaeberle &Son
Music House
110 S. Main St..

.,

ed them up,, as the early season1 him a post as All-American guard.
attack had included him as an im-- The Midshipman's running mate is
portant factor. Seraphim, otherwise known a,
Coach Veenker's crew also fell "Dynamite" Post of Stanford's
cown on free throws as four fouls' powerful line. There is little tof
in 13 attempts testifies. The Wol. choose between Post and his team-
verines were also guilty of a largc mates Robeskey or Driscoll, toI
number, of personal fouls, an oc-} judge from what they did to the'
curance not unusual in an opening Army at the Yankee stadium, but
game. Post is the unanimous choice of
The transfer from the gridiron Pacific coast critics who have seen
to the basketball court had a det- him perform brilliantly all season.
rimental effect upon the play of Charles (~Chuck) Howe is Prince-
Captain. McCoy and Orwig. These ton's second All-American center
two players have only been out for in" four years. The aggressive!
cage practice a little more than a Tiger leader outplayed every rival
week, and have not yet attained he met and they included the giant
their usual form. Barratt of Ohio State as well as
Spartans Score hI Second Half the rangy Keen of Cornell and two
The crowd did not aid the Michi- or three Yale, opponents. Howe'sI
gan cause Friday. night. Their fighting spirit gives him an edge.
a3ppeals to the Wolverines to speed
up play, were finally heeded by the SATE-h nvriy o
players, to their detriment. The SWAhingtonhs dnierthtHy of
Michigan team, instructed to playStahindrohe s formedNtrehamerr
acatoswatn game, was not quarterback, will be assistant coach
ready #or the fast play that mark-1h ere.
e&. the second half. /When the__________
Spartans ran up 21 points. UIEST FILNI:Te
Yesterday's session was devot~d Suen oucl il. umi n.f
to developing some smooth-work- tdn oni wl!umta 1
ing offensive and defensive combi- ficial code' of sportsmanship to the'
natins. oachCappn woked students for approval, to become
one basket, with Myron, Balsamo, h olg oe
antd Slagle endeavoring to pene--
trate the defense composed of Or -; , fM GIT
wig, Rose, and Lovell. Chapman.CHIT A
eMcDonald, bandkMc oderlled ec Burr, Patterson
tion of Coaches Veenker and& Auld Co.
Oosterbaan against Whittle, Barley, !(Iiiireli at Soutli U
and Cushing.1._j

LAJO I - iIJamonct r1ig.
Rapaport. Tel. 3936.

IrU Wara .
66,67,68

t !

BU CEIELD
TAI LORING
Frank J. Ryan, Prop.

I LOST-Barrel of a Rider fountain
pen, marked Cloyd R. Byrd.
Finder phone 8861. 66
LOST-A PAIR OF PIG SKIN
GLOVES, ABOUT SIZE 8112,
FINDER PLEASE CALL 22117-
PLEASE.
ISubscribe to The Michigan Daily,
1 $4.00 a year.

t ! ,
C
k
i

Fritz Bldg.
Main at

Second Floor
Libcrty Sts.

., i

/

Don' taeor word for it!

Burr, Pattersoni's
Anid let them
Ani} lyze youir
'Gift problems;
They are
Rather adept at
Jstw4, right
.and how's this for

lam l .:C OZ//'", OP'"".'.

~1
1t

x
"
1K
' J
6 1
it+ ,
6

I a 5.+ _

Co me in Now and See
Our Usual Fine Stock
of

GIFTS and CARDS
Orders for Greeting Cards Taken
__ Until Dec. 15
STUDENT SUPPLY STORE
I111S. University

I
d
j
I
1

SEE; FOR

How Superior Miraclean Is
NothwgID would ple:I('moreJ'than01i you N oi r\I to say, Goldinan
Bros. is Jalakimg soinic awfu.lly strong statem ents, Iofught toc ehcck
thlenn up. See for myself."V(We arc cager for you to see our fail1ities,
ou)Ir Workmianiship), our service for yourself, for there is no otlier cleanecr

YOURSELF

.. .i, « ., ", , , "'., « ., . , , 1, "" "1. r °.. ", ".~". "" ".f1. . ..1 f. ,off. . ., . °. ",eRR''/". .e . e'

it) town whjo lhas anything like them,

Vstour Iplan~t anid 'heck.up)

J

in the
Form of Jewelry y

.n
° ' "

ona this stateent.

it means we can~ give YiOU letter cleaning, better pressing and better
service than you can get elsewhere. Send your garments to Goldman

WXe arc naturally proud of our sut~raiority because

Suggestion?
If you atre
'Too. busy
Or tooa bashful
1To come to the
$tore,2
Phone 8887 an~d a
Gift 41er wl
AIi, get the
Lw 0oW.
On your Gift needs,
4 *
An4 DO the job

13I-os. See for yourself how oil-less, odorless
are e b-Mii-acicaunedand 'Valeteriad garn1ts.
tvv it. See 1for°yourself!

and per'fectly 1pressed
D~on't take our wor-d

W1k

Lo

Jis a welcome gift amIC! is
easy to select from a varied:
(isplay of ai tacuave aa(!
useful articles for 11en';
com-bined with gorgeous
rings, Elgin watches, and
mnany other exquisite
articles at
Arcade jewelry

;n
L '{
1 ._..... '4,
O-
k

j
I
. :

G N E a nSrl .

11

11

i-I

l!

Back to Top

© 2018 Regents of the University of Michigan