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'TUESDAY, DECEMB3ER 11, 1928

TI-1I mICIGAN

DAILY

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VEARLINO CAGE CUT

Vitty -0ht Of Original 140 rtemtin
O~n 1932 Basketball Squad
Af te~r Vinal Cut
WOIRK 'ON IUNDAMENTIALA

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Twenty-one players survived the,
second yearling basketball cut an-
nou iced yesterday by Coach Fish-
er, less than one-seventh of the
150 who reported at the start of
the :season -being ;retained on the
squad after this final paring.
The players who remain on the
squad are as follows: Black, Burn-
ham, Anderson, Cronick. Miller,
Connors, Daidas, Falls, Jones, Gar-
ner, Hudson, Heston, Holland, Jen-
nett, Weiss, Kroczyk, Ricketts, Me-
Dornald, McNeil, O'Neil, and Pieck-
arski.
The squad of 21 may be augmen-
ter b~y a few freshman football
players who have not yet reported,a
according to Coach Fisher, but in
the main selection made after two1
weeks of scrimmage will remain the
same.
The increase in size over last
year's freshman :team evident first
in the squad of 120, and then in
the -bunch of 40 retained after the'
first cut, is even more apparent
now, the yearlings averaging about
5 foot i1 Inches in, height, almost
on~ A par with the Varsity. Several!
of the football linemen are in-
cluded in' the squad.
With the scrimmage necessary to'
select a first squad finished, Coach
Fisher put the freshmen through!
their first drill on fundamentals in
theĀ° Field house yesterday after-
nooni, assisted by Coach Cappon
and Bill Orwig.
The' yearlings engaged in an of-
fensivec'and defensive drill on drib-,
bling and shooting, with the for-
wards taking the ball toward the_
basket from the sidelines while the
guards attempted to break up ther
dribbling.
This drill was followed by a pass-
ing workout, with impromptu
teams tossing the ball around,
special emphasis being placed on :
short sharp passes.
P~ractice closed with short scrim-
n& between four teams, drill on
o~iftsive formations from the tip-
off' and offside plays being stressed
with efforts to develop a passing!=
attack which would get a forwardIz
free for a tip in shot underneath
the basket. 1
XANSAS CITY.-Bix "Six athletic
diW-tors have approved a New
Year's game between an all-Big
Six senior team and an All-South-
,wes't senior eleven.

-Continued'From Page Six)Michigan's vn c w I it rainur I
the ntduameetFrsch edue.Not-xn)ncforzt evl---sor-g-_iimc Sports building also foarmzed a ccn-
the ualmee scedul. Nrth Inan ffor todevlopa scrin (CntiuedFrom Page Six) ter of interest in the various dis-
western and Illinois shared the punch which will most certainlycoiptta ewe hmizlhpcsin. Assat Drco
polo title last season. Ibe needed when the accurate teovip frtomiffewent chmoshipould : Asisant D r keto
amsfo ifrn col ol ahc gave a detailed dcserip -
Non-Conference meets have al-. shooting Pennsylvania quintet, last be idle n h dasest ino h e ulig uiiii
read ben shedledwithTo-yea~s a t er nIntrcolegatesuggest the enlargening of Intra- the cost of construction, the equip-
ronto Y. M. C. A. at Toronto on champions, invades Yost fieldmu'1atvietoscanxetmntad.fohrfeue.
Dec. 15, and Cleveland Athletic ;house Saturday night to provide' th aivoldie osmilan Vrty etado te eMrs
club at Cleveland, Dec. 22. .The the second Opoiio;fth ercomipetition.
Toronto Y' team will probably: for the Wolverines, Coach Veenker 4Lcn wrso nfr
come to Ann Arbor for a return devoted last night's practice ses-' lcn wrso nfr eti aur.lo otyn u eea ifrn scale, was also considered, with;
meetin anuay. ion o tyingoutseveal iffeentmost of the representatives present
Effots f CachMannto obe- ;floor combinations.
EffortsriofyCoachlManndtoosched-!in favor of doing so. This would
ule meets with Illinois and Iowa LatFia'tnloe o e stimulate interest in intramural4
feat by a veteran Michigan State _______________
were unsuccessful. The Hawkeyes five can be blamed on anynme
were on the Wolverine schedule 'aynme
las saonmeeingdefat y aof causes, chief among them the 17~%~
las saonmeein deeatby , facts that McCoy and Orwig had -7 s yEr
top heavy score. Illinois claimedtrnfre thi acvtes ro
the~~~~ Bi e ulmetttels the gridiron to the basketball floor
season with Michigan, but the Il-toltl tIeoeaclmtdt
lini failed to meet the teams that the cage game and that Kanitz,
finished one-two-three in the Con- h hdbenxold ihCati iti sRe~ -f
ference championships at Minne- r McCoy, OrwigChapman, and Rose'ch s e G f :":
apolis. as regular forward, was out with a;7
Coach Mann put his swimmers asrie nladcno eEvanston, Ill""
a sprinedankl and anno be e. 1, 1927
through a strenuous workout yes- taei niaieo ot o h ~r: ~o o
terday afternoon. The free stylers,! team, according to Coach Veenker. ; Ric lmniond, Va.
breast strokers, and back strokers Wok!go hedvlomnto. I-L' 1'
all saw plenty of action, while the a short passing game desig-ned to 1 llal)('nr to 1)'. 11 z.With ia rc I o
divers also exhibited their wares. woirk the ball unider thie bask~et fo t 'v r e7 fricnals, rno: (ly '' K blo O\\
tip in shots on fast breaks, Coaceh ' apof (''ors, ms tWige i, hly.show
B rEAM PLAYS TON~IUT 1Veenker experimented with Cap- rCW0I11lar~i1an<rcdl( t, ;with:r omeEu'E aI.
___tain McCoy at forward in an effort lit l' gift a box of ci a =,,Ii ri;mgORG
(Continued Frome Page Six) to add to the basket shooting ofE tae .It., a book all to tit 0' 1 tof gin ,I
second half tonight, in case the Re- ;the Wolverines. \Ve ll, t.?i C'+(Iriria ; Ifl,"I11r c-CC'Pi
serves take a commanding lead! Bill Orwig was shifted to the to celle n o wsav 19 (7mu a ih
over the Mt. Pleasant five, running position, taking the ball ti'c'h t o othe r. t acv cf 1ev~..# cr
T'he invading quintet is an un- down the floor on offensive forma- , idl eaeIi a
known quantity, tonight's tilt being tions with Lovell, Junior Varsity w rc patu .oftle o uer ansoyt-
the first of the season for the Mt.1 AMA winner of . last year, at the (hing; Jiro fthat. )?l er e c:amec seven-
Pleasant aggregation also. back guard position. Bob Chap- ten box s (of tobacco, IA i(2itell of .;Here's oane gift thai
man was in his regular post at ~I em the farniliar blue "Edgew,,~lorth!?" through the years, that
CHICAGO.-Paddy Driscoll, Chi- 'center, while McDonald and Truzs- ' hestveit eelnth was 'z ver l'Ioss, h oeakrads
tvalniit, brass-t rira d Ibox, but iflthhoearansl
cago Bear professional, is undecid- kowski alternated as McCoy's run- Iceowv tobacco, theo C2lts ever(, whole family.
ed about continuing to play foot- ning mates at forward. Edgexvortli with a little perique in it.
ball, after 20 years of the game. Although Orwig's bruised thigh ,JMust eoinciderve, perhiaps4' , Ita The General Electric
is now completely healed, Rose de- queer once. Am not ant habitbialauoaillthty
NEW YORK.-C. C. Pyle is mnak-' vcloped chanley horse last week-j smok er of Edgeworth , so they wr Aeren'rt
ing plans for another cross-coon- end, and Kanitz is still out with a catc e~ i o any c4,,c Il taste of ine,). it. It is unusually quiet,
try marathon run, badf ankle. Lok ieaesv~~ fO~~~iad uses very little cur

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