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ALL-CAMPUS

'OURNEY TO

OPEN WRESTLING

SEASON

EAS TERNGRID TEAM ONE OF BEST'
fl ALL-STAR SQUADSEVER ASSEMBLED
of the strongest all-star grid reserve. The best pair of guardsl
WILL TABI IIJ[yD 1Y teams ever assembled ief- Chicago on one team in the country will HA8I3UUU
yesterday for the Pacific coast represent the West if Robesky andl
All Students Except Lettermen Are when the eastern squad of 18 men Post of Stanford start the game.
Eligible For Competition departed for the annual East-West Farwicke of West Coast Army and aExperience
in Tournament game, which is scheduled for Dec. Diehl of Idaho are also guard can- EFreshmen
29 in San Francisco. Coach Dick didates.Fs
AHanley of Northwestern and Andy Aschman of W. & J. is the East's'
MEDALS WO'BE AWARDED Ierr of Washington and Jetrferson pivot man. Grannucci of Santa STRONG DEFI
Campus wrestling for 1928-29 will are in charge of the team. Clara and Vickers of Colorado Ag- -
be officially opened with Tuesday's; Four All-Americans gies will alternate at center for the With a largera
preliminary bouts in the all-uni- No less than four all-American West. enced squad of
versity mat tourney, which will players are included on the Easts Eastern Backs Brilliant i available, Coach
continue throughout Wednesdayroster, with many others mention- For individual brilliance the one of the bestf
Yeastern backs outshine the westerndelodthss
and Thursday of this week. The ed for that honor on the squad.'esenbcsothn h etr altasi e
tournament is being sponsored by Raskowski, who was chosen by ball carriers. Howard Harpster, developed this se
the Athletic Association, which will Grantland Rice in 1927, and clever Carnegie quarterback Ke scrimmages withe
award gold medals to the winners Strong, Harpster, and Haycraft, Strong, New York U.se gring ace sity lineups the
in the various weight classes. named this year, are making the Bo N ' ' shown marked ab
Blue Howell, Nebraska, star, and
All students except winners of trip. Walt Ho]e, Northwestr til fense and in find:
the Varsity M will be eligible to The western squad of 22 players threat man, Northwestern triple Much taller a:
compete, according to Coach Keen, has been selected, and includes that will require an extraordinary than last year's
who will supervise the meet, and, one all-American. Seraphim Post, defense to stop. the present team
since only two members of the Stanfo'rd guard, may play, al- In ably with the Var
Wolverine squad, Captain Warren though he is suffering from a In reserve strength the East pos- respect. A sterli
and Hewitt, are lettermen, most of broken bone in his foot. sesses another strong quartet of fensive play has
the Varsity squad will be entered Bob Barrabee of New York U. backs. Al Weston of Boston col- several occasionsk
in the tourney, while the freshmen and Ken Haycraft, Minnesota vet leges undefeated team, Bennett, men against the
and "B" team members are being eran, will hold down the flank Indiana's all-Conference back Five forwards h
counted upon to offer some hard positions for the East. The western Levisoni of Northwestern andvantae tisrear
competition. ends will probably be Boren of Guest Pittsburgh fullback can be van two centers
Eight Weight Divisions Scheduled Southern California, and Petty of relied on for some ball carrying have demonstrate
The tournament will be divided Texas A. & M. Other end candi- deluxe. in early season p
into the eight weight classes now dates include Cruickshank and Hoffman Western hope are: Daniels, We
specified for all Conference meets Ford of the Olympic club and Hoffman, plunging Stanford full- Donald, and Ho
the 115, 125, 135, 145, 158, 16b, 175, Davison of Sanford, although the back, will be the West's chief of- Jones and Jea
and unlimited divisions. Five latter is indefinite. fensive threat. He will be ably as- Crouch, O'Neil, Ri
-o The East will have three of the sisted by Cowan, Texas field gen- arski guards. Of
WRESTLING MEET ENTRANTS I best tackles in ;the Big Ten ,to eral, Sims of Stanford, and Horan, iels probably was
choose from in Raskowski ofI Washington State star, at the in ;prep cage ra
All entrants in the All-cam-- Ohio State, Wagner of Wisconsin, halves. Other western backs who for three years o
pus wrestling tournament must and Nowack of Illinois. Dressell will see service are Walker of eastern when th
report at either the Intramural ( of Washington State, all-coast' Texas Tech, Marcus of California, through to statee
building or Waterman gymna- nominee, and Sellman of Stanford Speicher of West Coast Army, and Crouch starred
E sium after three o'clock Mon- are the likely tackles for the West. Allen of Olympic club. for two years and
C day afternoon for weighing in. Carman of Utah will make a bid; Only players who have com- in the role of f
Five pounds overweight will be I for this berth, while Tobin of St. ( pleted their collegiate gridiron ca- three year of hig
j allowed in each class. Every . Mary's is also available. reers are invited to play in the ball experience, p
student who has not received a j Guard Material Plentiful East-West game. The eastern land Park and in
Varsity letter in wrestling is | Guard material is plentiful in team will be endeavouring to break was practically an
eligible to compete. I the eastern ranks, with four play- the jinx that has; persisted for the state selection at
-o- ers out for that position. Gibson, last three years when the western who is a brother
pounds overweight will be allowed Minnesota captain, and McMullen, all-stars have downed the pride star, played for M
in the weighing in on Monday aft- Nebraska giant, are the probable of the East. Ray Baer of Michigan a vital scoring co
ernoon, and no further weighing starters, with Thompson of La- played on the eastern team last path to state ba
ins will be required. fayette and Fox of Pittsburgh in year. tion
ins will be4M '!{Y req ired. , * -, tion.

AVENGING LAST SEASON'S DEFEATS IflDRTriEA

An, Boasts Morez
Than Usual
,n Teamls
ENSE S OWN
and more experi-
first year cagersI
Fisher predicts
freshman basket-I
ent years will be
eason. In recent
first string Var-
yearlings have
ility both on de-
ing the meshes.
3 a general run
freshman outfit
compares favor-
sity squad in this
ng brand of of-
been exhibited on
by the first year-
varsity lineup.
ave shown to ad-
[y in the season
and four guards
d marked ability
play. These men i
iss, Burnam, Mc-I
dgson, forwards;
Janette, centers;
cketss, and Pick-
these men Dan-
most prominent'
nks. He played
n Detroit South-
e Jungleers rode
championship.
at Ypsi Normal
d last year served
orward. He has
gh school basket-
playing for High-,
n his senior year
,n unanimous all-
guard. McDonald,
r of the Varsity
Muskegon and was
g in the Muskiesf
asketball recogni-
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Last season two of the strongest (calls for tilts with Ohio State,
baketbail ieamS on thu Atlantc 'the team that turned back Penn-
seaboard, Pittsburgh and Pennsyl- sylvania Friday night, Indiana,
:i'nia, causedi no little .jidstcrna- 'another conqueror of the Red and
Lion in Western Conference circles, Blue, Iowa and Notre Dame. Games With Mt. Pleasant Anad
by decisively defeating representa- University of Pennsylvania, on Alma Are On "B" Team Card.
tive Big Ten aggregations in every its first Western trip in the past During Vacation
one of the seven tilts played, but two seasons, is enjoying no more -
this year's invasion is meeting success than the Panthers. A year OFFENSE TO BE IMPROVED
with none of the former success. ago, it will be recalled, the Penn
It was just a year ago that Pitts- five rode rough-shod over both Two games are on the schedule
burgh university loosed a pack of Michigan and Ohio State; Notre of the Junior Varsity basketball
Golden Panthers in the Middle Dame being the only western quin- team during the Christmas holiday
West that humbled no less than tet that succeeded in stopping the vacation. The "B" quintet will go
four representative Conference Eastern Intercollegiate champions. to Alma for a tilt on Jan. 3 and
outfits in five days; Michigan, Chi- . The Red and Blue team opened then shift the scene of action to
sago, Northwestern, and Iowa fall- its jaunt by playing Indiana at Mt. Pleasant for a clash with the
ing before the well-balanced at- Bloomington in a game that dedi- Central State Teachers' college on
tack that carried the easterners to cated the Hoosiers new field house, followingnight.
21 consecutive victories and the but the co-holders of the 1927-28Cthe onnig h a
mythical national title. Big Ten title triumphed in a de- Coach Courtwright has stated
myhialnaioa ttr. igTn ite rimhe i ade isive manner, 34-26. Invading Co- that the team will not practice
Opening a seven game practice lumbusFray night, theer4r n during thetvacation and the ses-
tour of the Middle West Thursday cmbns a ive astern sions for the next week will prob-
night, the Panthers fell before a combination was given anotherpr
smoothly working Butler team, 35- jolting by the Ohio State team, ably be quite extensive to keep the
smoothly Joring tl teams, the this time 29-23. squad in shape for the two games.
33. Journeying- to Evanston, the aWilthJnioVrsiyha
Easterners engaged the Northwest- While the Junior Varsity has
en Wildcats Friday night and CROSS-COUNTRY LETTER shown ug well on offensive, es-
pecially against the University of
ti n went ir to dargtn30- 2 WINNERS YET UNDECIDED Toledo on Thursday, considerable
Last night they faced another -- time will probably be devoted to
Lstnigt tey fpcen anothe Announcement) of the winners of the attack during the coming week.
Btdgr ige pponen intheletters in cross country during the The Toledo quintet had not yet
Badger five at Madisot.-past season will not be made until reached a stage of play that would
With four hard games still re- the Board in Control of Student make the team a dangerous foe.
Emaining on their schedule before Athletics has held a meeting, ac- Little fault can bo found with the
they return to their eastern cording to Coach Steve Farrell. No defensive strength of the "B" squad
aunts, it would appear'ythatthe date has as yet been announced in its two performances.
Golden Panthers have anything and the awards will probably not
but an easy path to travel during be made until after the vacation Subscribe to The Michigan Daily,
the next few days. Their card period. $4.00 a year.
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The preliminary bouts, which
will start at 4 o'clock Tuesday
afternoon and be'continued on
Wednesday afternoon, will be of 5
minutes duration, with two min-
ute overtime periods being wrestl-
ed in case of a draw and will re-
quire a 30 second time advantage
for a win. The final matches,
which will take place on Thurs-
day afternoon, will be eight min-
uites in length, with a 45 second
time advantage necessary to se-
cure a victory. Members of the
Varsity squad will referee all bouts.
The 115 pound class is expected
tO bring forth some of the best'
wrestling of the tourney, with Kiri-
mura, who was runner-up in the
National A. A. U. meet, and Ru-
bin of the Varsity favored over
Hills, a yearling, and Alldinger and
Seabury, who are also out for the
Wolverine team.
Lighter Entrants Good
The ruling out of Hewitt, who l
was runner-up in the 125 pound
division in the Olympic games ai
Amsterdam, will leave this class
open to Swanston, Stanchfield,
Immerman, a member of last year's
freshman team, and Watts, a
pronising yearling, all of whom
are rated about equally, while the
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SOPHIOMORE CAGEMEN ARE
MAKING BID AT IOWA CITV
IOWA CITY, Iowa, Dec. 15.-
Ambitious youth, as exemplified by
sophomoresyofhthe University of
Iowa basketball squad, is making
a valiant and successful stand
against maturity and experience.
After two sophomore substitutes
had entered the seasons first gane
to team iwith two other sopho-
mores and a junior, the Hawkeye
team piled up points rapidly to de-
feat South Dakota, 37 to 17 last
Saturday.
The play of the recruits further
has complicated Coach Sam Bar-
ry's task of selecting a first team.
For instance, Robert Spradling. a
Hoosier state product, was substi-
tuted for Forest Twogood, the sen-
ior and former captain.
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