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The Michigan State basketball will be held at San Francisco
team will open their home season on New Year's day.
against Hillsdale college Friday .
night. Although confident as o Other Big Ten stars who will be
result of their surprising victory in the lineup include Chuck Ben-
over Michigan, they will play top- net, Indiana halfback, Holmer,
notch ball in order to avert a de- Northwestern fullback, Gibson and
feat as came in the grid season Haycraft, guard and tackle respee-
after a Spartan 103-0 win in the tively, of Minnesota, and Raskow-
opening game. ski, Ohio State tackle.

Detroit Gets Uhle


Cleveland Players TORONT AE

Same Lineup To Start Against
Toledo That Outplayed
Mt. Pleasant

(posterbaan Shows Varsity Cagers
Art Of Backboard Play
On Offensive

Baseball fans in Detroit wiji not
only see a new manager at the Y.
helm of the Tiger team nex yea
in the person of Bucky Harris, but
there should also be , nber Ao
strange faces in the lineup. Te
Bengal management has engaged

C. A. Team To Provide
Oppositzon cOi Season For
Varsity Tankmen

With only a day's rest since the Practice on offense and defense
Mt. Pleasant tilt, Michigan's "B" followed by a scrimmage session
team will see action again tonight marked -yesterday's drill , of the'
when the junior varsity five or-- Varsity cage team. rThe Varsity reg-
poses Toledo university at 7 o'clock lUlars greatly outscoredc the second

on the Yost field house coirt. 'Ti'm 1 stringmei running up a large lead
will be the second game of the .-a- m the si-st half and gm ig
$ol for the "B' squad. this during the second period.f""
,LmetLineup T 1Star! . Therel Kanit ipnmeared ii Unf-
The same teamn that played the f agai at hilarly a we(k's
second hall against Mt. Pleasant j absence. He imbred up a lttle
sceacl hll atint Mt Plesait tkinn, itfew Nhots atVthe ,basket,
will line up for tonight's game. k t p ticisat the
Downing and Weinstein will start
at1 the frwards:-, with I Dougal atp~bbyke ii~l~I neli(
cent er, and Engelman ad Lytle prfactice for some time longer. ickey Harris
at the guard posts. n eTruck Swehr At Forward wO recently completed a deal with
This combination functioned The Varsity lined up for the the Indians, whereby losing the
well against the Teachers Tuesday scrimmage with Chapman at cen- services of Holloway and Tavener,
night, running up 16 points in the ter, Truskowski and Orwig, for- veteran hurler and shortstop to the
second half to clinch victory for vards, Rose and McCoy, guards. Cleveland club. George Uhle, of
Michigan, after the Varsity re- Opposing this combination were hurling fame will come to the De-
serves had been held to a one-point Slagle, icenter, Balsamo aand Whit- troit team as a result of the trade.
lead during the first half. Down- 1 tie; forwards, Myron and Lovell,...--~-
ing, forward, led the Wolverines guards
with three field goals, while Dougal ski at forad irepaec Tusko- fHoosiers Oppose
apd Weinstein followed with two foan th sonhil'.
McCoy carne up from his baick U r oih
api ecoko guard post to take more than an --
Gu ~ii' Looks Good.ordinary number of shots at the!j (Sp "i 'I'l1h' I)ailx
Engelman and Lytle proved them- basket, indicating that his scoring Indiana university, co-champions
selves adept at guarding in the Mt. ability. will make him an impor- of the Big Ten basketball title,
Pleasant fray, holding the Teach- talt cog in Michigan's offense.' ilmetUvrsyofPny-
ers to three goals from the floor Chapman also caged a number of will meet University of Pennsyl-
during the second half. The jun- baskets, working into the Michigan vania tonight in an intersectional
or varsity emulated the' Varsity, attack better. net classic The game will be a
however, in failing ,to register a "Ooster" Shows Them feature of the dedication of the
free throw. Coach Bennie Oosterbaan gave new $300,000 Field house at the
Forwards Break Well Chapman and Truskowski personal State school.
Coach Courtwright's quintet dis- instruction in tipping the ball in
played a fast breaking game in from underthe basket. Himself a Upset in their season opener last
outcoingthdMt gPeaantefieimaster at the art of caging shots Saturday night, the Deanmen are
outscoring the Mt. Pleasant five.froi directly under the meshes, coming back strong, and indica-
Weinstein and Downing would Oosterbaanimparted some of the tions are that the Eastern Inter-
break away from the opposition to kn s th'm soeo l face a much improved team here
tally goals from under the basket, knacks of this game' to his pupils,.aea uhiprvdtemhr
Some tirie was devoted to shoot- in the dedication game. In losing
Short passes are employed to ad- ing fouls. The Wolverines exhibit- the one-point decision to Washing-
vantage by the B team, depend- ed a woeful deficiency in this de- ton university here last Saturday,
ba down to pass guard hecarryingethe partment in the game with Michi- the Crimson team showed very lit-
ball forwards.pbreak- gan State. The players will have tle offensive form, while the de-
plenty of practice in this line be- fense was only partly effective.
Little is known concerning the fore the tilt with Pennsylvania Dean has spent considerable time
Toledo cage team. Last year the Saturday night. Although only improving both departments of
Michigan reserves scored two vic- two more practice sessions remain! play.
tories over the Toledo quintets, before the Penn game. Paul Jasper, Ft. Wayne, captain
Student coupons will be honored i- of the 1927-28 freshman team was
at tonight's game. | The ordinary daily wardrobe of I the only player from the list of
________________________ an American girl was weighed ipromising, recruits who saw service
and found wanting-according to in the Washington game. He
CHRISTMAS GIFTS the decree from Vienna which de- showed exceptional promise, and
. clares that a woman must wear at will.probably see much action this
Burr, Patterson .1 least three pounds of clothing. season.

The .Spartans dcmofstrla ted
a veteran quintet against
Michigan without the services
of Verne Dickeson who last
year was one of the high-point
scorers in college basketball.
Dickeson is available again
this year and after the effects
of a strenuous foot ball season
wear off will. proibably he 'See r
in the regular lineup.
In their nine football games
played this season, Ohio Wesleyan
advanced the ball a total of two
miles and a quarter against their
opponents on the gridiron. The
"fighting Bishops" chalked up ic9
first downs and held their oppo-
neints to a total of 22.
Capt. Rube Wagner, an all-
Conference selection at either
tackle or guard on nearly
every critic's team, will repre-
sent Wisconsin in the annual
East-West charity game which

Thy University of Pennsyl-
vania basketball team which is
t oppose Indiana tonight at
Bloomington, Ohio State at
Columbus Friday, and Michi-
gan here at Ann Arbor Satur-
day has a reputation of being
un of the strongest cage
traikns in thes country and is an
c.-,Ls idiu favorite to capture
Eastern. uitercollegiate laurels
this year.
Purdue. co-holder with Indiana
of last year's Conference cage
honors, looked impressive in their
victory over the "little Giants' of
Wabash negotiating a 44-22. win in
the season's opener.
Varsity Matmen
Look Promising
Short bouts are still the order
of the day in wrestling practice at
the Intramural building, with
members of the same weight clas-
I ses competing. in a series of round

insome ~ imprant tradces dui" According to advance reports,
the course of the league meetings Coach Matt Mann's Varsity swim-
and have also purchased some pme'v will meet one of their hard-
minor league talent as well. est tests of the season when they
The latest trade involves Tav- en-:ge the Toronto Y. M. C. A. tank
ner, "half-pint" shortstop, and team at Toronto Saturday after-
Kenneth Holloway, pitcher. whl);o n in the first meet of the sea-
have become the property of the son for the Wolverines.
Cleveland Indians in exchange for Toronto Boass Stars
George Uhle, mainstay of the T Toronto aggregation in-
Tribe's shaky staff in past sea- 'hdes individual stars in the div-
sons. No cash figured in the' deal Imnd free style, and breast stroke
since both parties apparently are i event according to Coach Mann.
satisfied with their share. Phillips, who will compete on the
Uhle On Down Trend Y. M. C. A. team took seventh in
Uhle has not been up to his us- the Olympic diving contests last
tomary form during the last two summer at. Amsterdam while on
league campaigns and the Indians the Canadian team. Aubin is
apparently part with his services considered the peer of Canadian
without regret. The Bengal club breast strokers, but will be given
may have been less eager to let go plenty of competition by Thomp-
with Tavener but no grief should.' son and Mertz.
arise through the change in uni- I Toronto also has three fast men
form for Holloway. The Georgian in the free style events, Gibson in
deceiver has never been a consis- ;100 yard, and Griffith and Jack
tent performer and the change of !Thompson in the longer distances.
location may do him good. 'fThe latter two, however, will be
The Tigers have also parted with handicapped by the fact that their
Johnny Neun hailed a few years favorite event, the 440 yard, is not
back as a peerless first baseman. included in the meet.
When Lou Blue was cavorting 8 Events Are On Card
around the intial corner for De- The program calls for three free
troit, the case of Neun was fre- style events, the 50, 100, ands 220
quentlyhbrought up.uConsidered yard dashes, the 100 yard breast
good enough for a first base jog stroke and back stroke, and. fancy
on any league team, Blue's good diving, a total of six individual
work kept him out of work. When contests, and two relays, the 200
Blue went to St. Louis, Neun was f yard free style and the 300 yard
considered to have arrived at last. medley.
but an operation kept him out of a Coach Mann and his squad of 10
lot of games and the poor physical men will leave for Toronto Sat-
condition resulting brought around urday morning. The team making
his outright sale to Toledo. the trip will probably consist of
Inner Defense Shifted I Captain Spindle and Boldt, back
Innr Dfene Siftd Istrokers, Thompson and Mertz,
Just what the Tiger infield will breast strokers, Walker, Reif, Ault,
look like after these shifts of talent and Watson in the free style
is a problem. Harry Heilmann, events, while Walaitis will compete
outfielder, is listed on the Bengal in both fancy diving and free style.
roster now as a first baseman and Freshmen Will Compete
may start the season there. Dale The squad will come back to De-
Alexander, Toronto star, has also troit Saturday afternoon to com-
been purchased. At short, Detroit pete in the M. A. A. U. swimming
will have Schuble, purchased from meet to be held at 8:30 that night
Houston, McManus who has played in the Women's City Club pool un-
almost every position on the inner der the auspices of the Dolphin
defense, Sigafoos, and possibly Gal- Swimming club. Three freshmen
loway. free stylers, Snyder, Hapke, and
Ladd, and Valentine, a yearling
Subscribe to The Michigan Daily, back stroker, are also entered in
$4.00 a year. the Detroit meet.
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TO BE SCHOLARS robin matches in an effort to de-
termine the makeup of the squad'
(By Associated Presafter the final cut, which will be
CHICAGO, Dec. 11-Two Big Ten ; made about Dec. 18.
football players, Fred Hovde af Special emphasis is being placed
Minnesota and Robert Hickman of on the development of men in the
ilinois, again have demonstrated heavier weight classes, in which
that a student can participate Michigan lacks experienced ma-
heavily in sports and still keep up terial. According to Coach Keen,
in his studies. the Wolverine squad rates as high-
Hovde and Hickman were the ; ly as any other Conference outfit
only two students in the Big Ten to in the lighter divisions, but the
be elected to Rhodes scholarships.) graduation of Prescott and Dona-
Hovde, named.iunamiously as hoe has left the Maize and Blue
quarterback on the Big Ten all- team without a veteran performer
Conference team was one of the: in the 175-pound or heavyweight
best pilots in Minnesota's history. classes.
Hovde in gaining recognition on The final cut will leave but three
all-Conference and all-American men on the "A" team in each
grid selections led Big Ten scores weight division, and at present
for the 1928 season. He climaxed a Draveling, Varsity end, seems cer-
brilliant' career with his sparkling tain of holding down a place on
play against Wisconsin -by the lossI the Varsity squad in the unlimited
of which the powerful Badger class. Draveling appears to have
eleven were deprived of a Big Ten the most natural ability of any of
gridiron championship. the heavyweights.
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