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MICHIGAN DAILY

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WFT)NESDAY, i)FCENIBEP. 19, 1923

M Id-i IC AN r~AI LY WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 19. 1928

LONG

DRILL IN

SHOOTING

EOVEY OfAIT Preliminaries Are Run Off In University MatT
LfIVELL. ADDS, PgWWE STR
WESTERN QUINTETS REPULSE PENN FAORED MATMENWI'MICHIGAN GAINS EIGHTEEN PLACES
Regular Drills To Be Held Till End AND PITT WITH LOSS OF ONE TILT ON ALL-CONFERENCETANK SQUAD
Of Week When Pactie Enid s---l-nnIT*r% -n 11 a n srmu ni m"

ourney
BIG TEN TEAMS

F 117I1-r U191I1f1II BEA -1 9111

lIICir amid-westh osts to pieces. Most Competitions As RecorJwl I,1
Pemiii Wyon 21 Games - 135-Pound Class; Kelly I
Penn finished a difficult season Favored In 145
wit h 21 gaines won and five lost, ~ ----
taking the Eastern Intercollegiate FIELD NARROWE) 10 6
title in a 25-23 thriller with Prin-
Ieton. Pittsburgh finished a tough Early round matches in the all-
21 game card without a single de-Uersy redthgsounaent
-~ - ~ -~ de-Unversity wrestling tournament

Wolverine Relay Teai Given First
P'laWc 1i) . ,2001 And
300-Yard Events
Monlopolizin the team honors,
Nlichigan swirmuers gained 18 out;
of 44 places on the all-Conference
tank squad selected by Coach Toml
Robinson of Northwestern univer-
sity for the Intercollegiate Swim-!
ming Guide. In addition the Mich-
igan relay teams were Given the i

recogninea, a record well etiting it
r g nasb enationalntchampion,. wererun off with few hitches yes- first position in the 160- and 200-
and also broke all team high scor- terday afternoon at the Intramural yard relay and in the 300-yard
and alsoroe alldte. high scor-building and when the last match medley relay.
ing records ever made, had been called but 36 of the origi- WlvrnsIiahEet
This year the Quakers, with a ena t e i Wolverines In Each Event
Captain Joey Schaaf, who broke nal 76 entrants remained in the. At least two Wolverines were
all the individual scoring marks uenning for r rcampus laodrel named in each of the seven events,
last year, Lazar, Brodbeck, and . and in the 40- and 50-yard free
several other veterans again elig- favostride which they have displayed style four of the eight natatorsI
ible, looked to the western jaunt ;im ic t mentioned were wearers of the
as a pleasant interlude which n practice worouts. s Maize and Blue. Bob Darnall, Var-
would allow them a chance to earnt n al1eighdas s ill I city captain last year, waspespec-r
their Christmas presents. Then the original eight aspirants will ially honored by being named in
along came Indiana, which had compete tomorrow afternoon. Those thonred by A einghame in
who have reached the quarter fi-I three events. Al Schwartz, North-
lost its first game to Washington in he rlyweigt dsare western free styler star, was the'
University, and beat McNichols',n s i the flyweight division ar y r ms h
quintet, 34-26, to properly dedicate Aldinger, Texara, Rubin, and Mc -jonly other swimmer to share this
the new Hoosier field house. Ohio Gilliard. Rubin, AMA winner of Tshonor.
two years ago, was hard put to The eleven Wolverines who ac-
(Continued on Page Seven) ine s al round ove en counted for the 18 places on the
nets, a freshman, but the more ex.-I mythical squad are Darnall, Spin-
Notre Dame To Meet perienced man finally gained a e deWagner, Watson, Seager, Ault,
Spartan Cage Team fall in 3:40. Swanston, an out- Walaitis, Walker, Hubbell, Thomp-
standing favorite to ann'ex honors son, and Rosenberg. In selecting
in the 125-pound class, found him-thsalCnenc tam eit
< v Asoi ,Rei> self hard put to win over Bellamy men were selected in the 50-yard
EAST LANSING, Dec. 18.-Notre butwas finally able to gain a 3:54 sprint, while six were named in
Dame has assured Michigan State decision. others to gain the mi each of the other six events. The
that it will send its basketball team fal bracket are Stanchfield, Im- swimmers in each event were
here Feb. 22, athletic officials meran and Kerrush., ranked according to merit.
stated today. The date on the The 135-pound crown is evident- Walker and Darnall were chosen
schedule previously had been on- ly the one most contested for with one-two in the 50-yard free style,
spicuous by a large question mark. eight of the original 16 remaining while Seager was in sixth and Wal-
Notre Dame early this fall served in the running for honors. Those aitis in seventh place. In the 100-
notice on Michigan State that it who have reached the quarter-
would not send its basketball team finals in this division are Brozo- INTRAMURAL BUILDING
to fast Lansing as a protest to the vitch Spenser, Woodard Shikes,
small floor of the gymnasium. Anderson, Heim, Cranage, and ILL REMAIN PEN
Coach Ben Alstyne immediately re- Shankland. Cranage, winner of
newed efforts to transfer home last year's all-campus laurels in The Intramural building will be
games to the armory and field this weight, Heim and Shikes are open during vacation from 9:30 to
house under a movable floor p an. considered favorites in this class. 5:30 o'clock starting Wednesday,
No more was said about the matter 15,3 'lc trigWdedy
until recently when Knute Rock- I Kelly Is Favorite the day after Christmas. Equip-
ne advised Ralph Young, director of In the 145-pound weight division ment will be available for use, and
athletics at State, the game would competition reached the semi-fi- the swimming pool will be kept
be played. The Spartans play the nal round with McIntyre, Kelly, open.
Mabius, and Benz survivors. The Elmer Mitchell, Intramural di-
Trirh at Sthe Jasn.bity 23. matches in this division were the rector, believes that a great nuni-
There is slight; possibility that features of the afternoon, with hro tuet h tyi n
games will be played in -the .armory f trso h ftron Ith er of students who stay in Ann
gams wll Tbe layed ingthe mmory little to choose between the en- Arbor over the holidays will make
this season. The building commit- trants with the exception of Kelly u of the building at that time.
tee of the state board of agricul- who by his decisive win over Stev- Mr. Riskey, activities supervisor,
luire has found. siuggested stypes.a slre I (otd~ D',~'wl ei
impractical. The co(mttoe s still (ntinued on Page Sevcn) will be in charge.
atteiIting a solution.

yard swim. Darnall headed the list;
with Seager third.
The 440-yard free style founid IU L~ ~ l ~ E
Aut in the premier position, with
Watson and Wagner occupying Tlree onference Fives To Play
third and fourth respectively. Jjracy Night; hoosiers
Schwartz of Northwestern was sc- -To Play Irish
lected as the best of the 200-yard_--
free stiylers, but he was followed
by Darnall and Ault in second in PURIUL 10 MEET BUTLER
third places, with Watson sixth.
Hubbell and Spindle were given Five games still remain on Big
second and third places in the 150- Ten basketball cards out of the
yard back stroke behind Hinch of nine games scheduled for this week.
Northwestern. In the 200-yard Three of the Conference fives
breast stroke Wagner was named were in action last night when
the leader, while Thompson rank- Northwestern battled Notre Dame,
ed fifth. Rosenberg was chosen Iowa clashed with Washington (St.
second to Colbath of Northwestern Louis), and Minnesota faced Carle-
in the fancy diving, with Walaitis ton.
awarded fourth position. A singl encounter is scheduled
Northwestern and Minnesota fol- for Thursday when North Dakota
lowed Michigan with 10 places will invade Urbana to battle with
apiece on the mythical squad. Coach Ruby Craig's Illinois five.
These three teams were awarded The North Dakota team has al-
38 of the 44 places. The remaining ready been defeated by one Big
six were divided among Iowa, Il- Ten team, Chicago downing it last
linois, and Chicago, each capturing; Saturday, 39 to 36.
two positions. I The second three-game night of
the week will take place Friday
Kubale Named Center with Indiana at Notre Dame, Pur-
due at Butler, and Marquette and
College Grid Mentor Iowa battling on a neutral floor at
Moline, Ill.' The Hoosier-Irish tilt
Bv Associated Press> will be the second game of the
DANVILLE, Ky., Dec. 17.-Edwin I week involving Notre Dame and a
Kubale, who was graduated from I Conference basketball squad. But-
Centre college in 1924, after play- ler made a good showing in trounc-
ing in every minute of every foot- ing Pittsburgh and should furnish
ball game for four years, has been good opposition for Purdue. Min-
selected as head coach of the Cen- i nesota will hook up with Drake for
tre football team to succeed Boise the concluding tilt of the week, on
Potthoff, resigned. ISaturday.
Kubale, whose home is in Fort I
Smith, Ark., is now assistant coach ChICAGO SPECIAL
at Texas Christian college. He 7-hour buses Friday- .0
played center on the famous Col- round trip. Last chance for
onels team that beat Harvard. His reservations at Chubb House
appointment was announced in this afternoon.
chapel today by President Turck.

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