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BEFORE

VARSITY

ATTACK

VARSITY PLAYS WE[LALL-STAR SQUAD 'STIFF OPPOSITION IN FRATERNITY MAT
ASSEMBLES I SCHEDULE OPENS
AF(TR FRST QR TI WES T OA More Than 100 Men Compete .In
Firs Bous OfPreliminary
EVANSTON, Ill., Dec. 11-TwentyRund For Intramu Til
Yearlings Hold Lead Over Regulars#members of the All-Eastern foot- Michigan's wrestling schedule
At, endOU First P'eriond, ball team which is to play an All-!I for 1929, which includes meets,
But Fail To Score Western team in San Francisco with five Conference and two ou The Intramural wrestling season
Dec. 29, will assemble here Satur- side teams, is one of the hardest was formally opened Monday eve.
CAPMAN Sows F M day, Dec. 15 preparatory to start- a Wolverine mat aggregation has ning, when more than 100 men, en-
ing on the trip to the west coast. ever had to face, according to tered i the iter-fraterity tourn
Uncovering a strong scoring at- The team has been selected by Coach Clifford H. Keen. ament, met in the preliminary
tack after a rather slow start, the Coaches Dick Hanley of Northwest- I bouts of the first round of com-'
CoahesDic Haleyof ortwes- Besides meeting the four teams
Varsitybasketball team staged a ern and Andy Kerr of Washington which, with Michigan, make up the petition.
sustie scoring spree to upset and Jefferson universities. . eastern division of the Conference I In the 115-pound division, the
the freshman five, 58 to 29, yester- Those from the east are: Barra- the Wolverine matmen have semi-finals were completed, and

FRES
UNIV

fl~un T T CAGE SQU AD ID
iHME PONT O_'PAOS SUAD-EN VARITY H'OCKEY TEAM
HME ru~i ORINVADES BIG TEN
ERSITYNAT MEET.TO MEET PURPLE FACES HARDCHEDULE
EVANSO Ill Dec 1. -Norh-

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aay 41 erno inU Y ost neia Liuse.
The tilt saw the shifting of Mc-
Coy back to his original position
at guard with' Orwig once more at
forward and revealed a valuable
basket tosser in Truskowski.
Yearling's Defense Stiff
Starting the game with McCoy
and Truskowski at forwards, Chap-
man at center and Orwig and Lo-
vell at guards, the Varsity found
'lots of trouble in a freshman five
composed of Burnam, Daniels, Mc-
'Donald, Carouch and O'Neil. So
thoroughly was the blanket de-
fense put up by the yearlings that
the regulars were on the short end
of an 8 to 4 verdict after a quarter
of, play.
The Varsity seemed unable to
work the leather through the first
year guards for a close up shot
and the floor work for the most
nnft''. tmvhn t c Trh.

bee, end, and Strong, half, New
York university; Thompson, guard,j
and Guest, fullback, LaFayette
university; Fox, guard, Pittsburgh;
Aschman, center, Washington and
Jefferson; Harpster, quarterback,
Carnegie Tech, and Weston, quar-
terback, Boston college.
The middle western players are
Holmer, fullback, and Levison,
quarterback.? Northwestern; How-
ell, full and McMullen, guard, Ne-
braska; Gibson, guard and Hay-
craft, end, Minnesota; Wagner,
tackle, Wisconsin; Nowack, tackle,
Illinois;kBennett, half, ,Indiana,
and Raskowski, tackle, Ohio.
The American Association, base-
ball league, has been intact for 27
years, being the only organization
of its kind which has remained in-
tact since its founding.

scheduled a contest with a mem-
ber of the western half, Chicago,
as the opening meet of the season
on January 11, thus adding a fifth
Big Ten encounter to the list. This
meet, however, will not count inj
determining the champion of the
eastern division, which will meet
the champion of the western half)
for the Conference title in a post
season contest.
The two non-Conference en-
counters will give the Wolverines aj
breathing space before a series of1

the final round ready to start, with
Seabury, Delta Sigma Phi, slated to
mix it with Schwartz from Phi
Beta Delta.
The men wrestling at 125 pounds,
finished the first rounds, and are
now ready to begin the semi-finals,
with Troutwine, Pi Kappa Delta,
matched with Johnson, Theta Chi,
and Nimz of Sigma Alpha Mu
scheduled to meet N. Eliezer of the
Phi Beta Delta house.
The 135 pounders reached the
quarter finals with the following
men taking their preliminary
matches: E. Eliezer, Phi Beta
Delta; Duncan, Alpha Kappa Lam-
da; Koch, Sigma Alpha Mu; Sato-
sky, Phi, Beta Delta; Woodburne,
Phi Beta Pi; Snarey, Delta Sigma
Phi; Mendelso, Phi Beta Delta, andj
Beesley, Delta Tau Delta. -

four
West
uary
State
Field
In
with
and

consecutive Big Ten meets,
Virginia coming here on Jan-
19th, while the Michigan
wrestlers will invade the
house on January 25th.
commenting on the meets,
Northwestern, Purdue, Ohio,
Indiana, which follow the

With the all-University meet in western university's basketball five Practice Started With Opening Of
mind, the freshman wrestling which opened its season last Satur Coliseum RinksMonday; Nine
squad is rapidly rounding into! eeasRpr
shape. According to Coach Russ day by defeating - Wabash college,
Sauer, the yearling aspirants, who 35 to 20, will, receive a severe test lHPE FOR STRONG TEAM
number over 40 at the present time, Friday night, Dec. 14, in a gameEA
will make things interesting for with the University of Pittsburgh Fortified by one of the best and
the Varsity squadmen in the tourn- Panthers, national champions lastfastest rinks of the country and
ament which will begin next week ya the assurance of practice session,
Tuesday and will be open to all but year.throughutanceonathe Vasity
Varsity letter winners. Last season, the Pitt quintet throughout the season, the Varsity
Several yearlings of outstanding made an auspicious invasion of the hockey squad began practice at the
ability have been uncovered in the Western conference, defeating Coliseum Monday night prior to
interfraternity competition staged Michigan, Chicago, Northwestern the admission of the general public.
by the intramural department. And and Iowa in five nights. Nine veterans reported for prac-
by~~ teice and will form the backbone
along with a few additions from Coach Carlson expects to have a 'around which Coach Lowrey hopes
the freshman football team who team every bit the equal of last to build one of the strongest hockey
show much promise, the yearling year's Golden Panthers who went teasin the hstro hgan.
grapplers look promising. Soren- undefeated in 21 starts. Three ams in the history of Michigan.
son, wrestling at 175 pounds and members of that championship c all y with soheduof
Reichert at 155 pounds look good. team are available this year, in- the strongest hockey teams in the
Others who expected to furnish! cluding Charles Hyatt and Paul north, confronts this year's squad.
the Varsity matmen many inter- Zehfuss, forwards, and Capt. rWhilethe opening game with qa
esting moments are Seabury and Charles Wunderlich, center. WhileAh C iggtmfor iTh o-
Mony at 115, Dalrymple and Wachs Hyatt was high scorer last sea- tario A. C. is set for Thursday of
at 125, Duncan and Beezlly at 135, son with a total of 292 points. The the slate is due shortly after vaca-
Oakland and McIntyre at 145, Bur- Pitt team piled up 992 points dur- tion on Jan. 7, againsty Western On-
leson at 155, and Foster and Fuss ing the season, averaging close to tario in Ann Arbor. This team is
at 165. 49 points per game. of the calibre which would enable
11111111{1{1111Nfltil il ~lti.1111! 11 u tm i!t 1!till ttm l llll{1tt1'11111111111111111{1111 them to spot any of the Big Ten
teams by six or eight points and
-=still win.
All of the games in January will
t be played at the Coliseum and in-
m m mH 4tm m m m m m m m mu m m m m m m m m um m m mu lue twoa mesneaechaa inestM sar-
quteand Minnesota. There is :a
Six of last year's lettermen re- bert Robinson, portly manager of hole in the schedule of about
turn to form the nucleus of what the Brooklyn Robins, will pilot the three weeks between the last game
is expected to be the strongest Ebbetsman through the perils of against the Gophers on January
wrestling team in Purdue mat his- the 1929 baseball season. 19, and a tilt with the Spartans
tory. on February 8, which will probably
So varied is the competition be filled with several games not
Football relations between facing them, that the Univer- included in the present schedule.
Butler, Wabash, and DePauw, sity of Iowa basketball team After the Michigan State game
which were broken off last year will meet a dozen different the Wolverines will play twice with
because (of disagreement re- teams from ten states during St. Thomas.
garding contracts, will be re- its seventeen game schedule, a
stiumed next year, school of li- summary made at the iHawl- the classroom. Both were ele-
vial stae. ILtd to Rhodes scholarships.
cials state. eye departmen t o fla thle tics l oRoe coasus
Ishlows.

(ContHinued njm nPn i Aa"N

paru was Nsomewllr loose. e " """"" " V311 nxueovn
~J4~ WO4~ L1~WJ~4U 1'~J~ ±11 - '&~ ~.V~L) -Eight matches were run off in
start of the second quarter brought th ma-p hs dvro rbringing
renewed life toVeenker's lineup COMPOSITE ALL-CONFERENCE TEAM thhe 1group nto the quarter finals.
land a new freshman lineup as CHOS N F O UI ''rBluI egTu ru tt h ure ias
well. C OSEN FROM THIR TEEN SOURCE BDumberg, Tau Epsilon Phi; P rouse,
Varsity Gains Speed Delta Sigma Phi; Hei, Delta Sig-
After Jones had given the year- With the season for selecting all- IRH--Glassgow (Iowa) ..........51 ma Phi; Fauri, Phi Kappa; Gale,
lings a 10 to 4 advantage by toss- star gridiron aggreations drawing IFB-Holmer (Noi'thwestern) .. .."531 Theta Xi; Spencer, Delta Kappa
ing in a basket, the Varsity ma- to a close, it might be of interest SECOND TEAM Epsilon; Lowmaster, Triangle; and
Kchine collected speed rapidly and to, choose an all-Conference team LE-T(Minnesota)38 Fields, Theta Chi, were the w-
soon closed the gap. Truskowski (,ased on the selections of many LETanner (.ners in this class.
came to the fore and tossed in I sL-Schleusner (Iowa)........37 The 155 pounders are ready to
three successive shots which putrsresents a variety of onitons, and C-Brane (Illinois)..........39 go into the semi-final round with
his team in the lead. With the I is thus likely to eliminate psnalC (Iowa)...........32 Jackson, Pi Kappa Phi, slated to
basket eye sharpened up, the reg- artisanshi e (Michigan)..........19 meet Koffman, Phi Beta Delta, and
tilrs rocede tofar futhe patisnshp. R7 -Nagurski (Minnesota)....4
ulars proceeded to forge further T. 24Daly, Phi Sigma Kappa, carded to
ahead. Chapman figured in the Iii selection this te ;ani, the all- RE- -Hutton( Purdue).........16 oppose Reichert, a Beta Sigma Psi.
spurt along with Truskowski al- Conference elevens of 13 various QB--Cuisiner (Wisconsin).....24
though M~cCoy was quiteeffectual- sports authorities wte taken into? LH-Lusby (Wisconsin).........35 In the next weight the men are
ly guarded by the yearlings. The I account. These include Walter RH-Welch (Purdue).41 also entering the semi-fals, Al-
half found the Varsity ahead 25 Eckersall, Fred Young, the Associ- B-McLain (Iowa) 27 will oppose Ritt, a
to 11, the first year squad failing ated Press, New York Post, Chicago __h Sigma Alpha Mu, while anchard,
to score after the first few sec- Daily Journal, Chicago Daily News, Statistics show that the best de- another Phi Chi, will take on Stern,
onds of the second quarter. Big Ten coaches, Michigan Daily, fensive teams in the last four years who is a Kappa Nu.
The last half saw the shifting of Ohio State Lantern, Daily illini, have been Georgetown, Michigan, The finals were reached in the
McCoy and Orwig and' the change Indiana Daily $txdentMinnesota Pittsburgh, Nebraska, Princeton, 175-pound or heavyweight division.
added further speed to the attack. Daily, and Daily Iowan. Pennsylvania, and Southern Cali- Goldstein, Phi Beta Delta, winnerl
Truskowski cooperated with Orwig Five points. were awarded a play-- fornia. in two bouts will meet Phelps of
and Chapman in deluging the er for a place on a first team, three Alpha Kappa Lambda, who also
freshman basket and the score points for a see =*a d team, berth, PURDUE UNIVERSITY.-A peti- disposed of his first two opponents.
mounted rapidly. McDonald and and one point for selection on a tion is being circulated among stu- The remaining final round bouts
ose were injected into the game third team. Two players, Wesley dents here asking that the Christ- will be run off tonight, starting at
in the later stages. When 'the Fesler, Ohio State end, and Fred mas vacation last from December 7 o'clock down at the Intramural
coaches seemed satisfied forthf
doahe Vrsity had n up a H(ovd(e, Minnesota quarterback, re- 22 to January 3. building.
day, the Varsity had run up a 58 _evdtemxmmnme f6
ceiveci the mnaximum number of 65 ----- a- _______________ _____ ___
to 29 margin. The last period was points, being chosen on every one
marked by the return to the court o e tical eleens. o
of the original freshman lineup., Gopher guard, was close behind
While not quite as. successful inG
stopping the Varsity, the yearling with 61 points.
five curbed to some extent the FIt ST TEAM
mad scoring spree that had mark- i LE-Fesler (Ohio State)........65 " I
ed the play of the Venkernien LT-Pommerening+ (Michigan)..4
after the first period. LG-Gibson (Minnesota) W e .r. .f.e.i.g
Offense Powerful C -Randolph (Indiana) .......54
With Truskowski and Orwig RG--Wagner (Wisconsin) ......46.opPortun ty
functioning at forward, the offen- RT--Nowack (Illinois).........51
sive of the regulars seemed to be RE-Haycraft (Minnesota) .....4r
quite powerful. Chapman was also QB--Hovde (Minnesota) ........6>
(Continued on Page Seven) LH-Bennett (Indiana) ........1.

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Ernie Bearg, head football coach
at the University of Nebraska, for
the past four seasons, has declined
an offer to renew his contract. No
reason was given for the decision.
The Mid-West intercollegiate l
athletic conference, in its
semi-annual meeting rejected
the petition of Lake Forest
college for membership to its
body.
All reports to the contrary, it l
appears virtually certain that Wil-f

Georgetown will clash with De-
troit at Detroit again next year on
"Pest" Welch and Leon Hutton, the gridiron. This year Detroit's
star Purdue gridiron warriors, were great backfield 'combination ran
awarded places on the all-state roughshod over a strong Hilltopper
team picked by Roberts of the In.- team by the score of 33-13.
dianapolis Star and each was
presented with a silver football- Athletes at the University of
Welch starred at halfback while Iowa have cast aside the num-
Hutton played end. ber "13" and will not allow it
to be placed on their jerseys.
Two Big Ten football players, Superstition has caused the
Fred Hlovde of Minnesota and absence of the unlucky num-
Bob Hickman of Illinois, again ber from both the grid and
have demonstrated that a man basketball squads during the
can play football and shine in I present year.

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