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RTHWESTERN FALLS"B"Basket all TeamsGames During V
Strong Defense Is Factor in LOSES TO TIGERS Trophy For Most PLAY AT TOLEDO
32-20 Win; Penn State Proves n a n
rst Victim Valuable PlayerTRII
Princeton Pucksters Show Fine IV HavgsucesflLyree h Juno Vasity Has Chance To Taike
Having successfully repelled the Form In 11-3 Victory; Wolverines ___Fifth Straight Victory
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ica tion

invasions of the Venn State and

Cornell University basketball teams
earlier in the week in easy fashion,
Coach George Veenker's Wolverine
cagemen established themselves as
a combination to be reckoned with
in the Big Ten title race Saturday
night by handing the veteran
Northwestern quintet a 32-20 de-
Invading the stronghold of the
Wolves with a team of six footers
and an inpressive early season re-
cord, the Wildcats found them-
selves checked at every turn by the
air tight Michigan defense and
were forced to be content with
shots from beyond the foul line..
The half ended with Michigan
leading, 12-11.
Michigan Defense Strong
Throughout the second period
the Maize and Blue defense con-
tinued to function faultlessly,
holding the Purple to a pair of
field goals, while Orwig, Chapman1
and Rose pooled their efforts on
offense to register nine goals from
the field.
The Wolverine's sewed up their
victory during the final half of the
contest. Led by the diminutive
Danny Rose they pierced the Pur-
ple defense repeatedly, while th.
Wildcat aces, Gleichman and Wal-
ter were helpless in the face of the
close guarding of the Michigan{
team. Walter, one of Northwest-
ern's chief offensive threats was
held to a pair of free throws, while
Gleichman, the Purple captain,
could not score during the second
Invaders Try Long Shots
So well did the Michigan defense
function that practically all of the
goals'credited to the invading team
were made from beyond the foul
line. The Wolverines on the other
hand relied on a fast breaking of-
fense and close in shots for their
Returning immediately after
Christmas, Coach Veenker drove
the select squad of Varsity players
through five days of intensive prac-
tice preceeding the Penn State
game on New Year's Day.
Lions Outplayed .
The Nittany Lion, played their
third contest in four days proved
no match for the rough Wolver-
ine five and went down to crush-
ing defeat, 31-11. The Penn State
outfit, composed largely of sopho-
mores clearly showed the strain of
their tilt with Northwestern of the
night before.
Penn State Starts Subs
The Penn State coach started his
second team in order to give the
regulars a rest, and the reserves
played the greater part of the first
half without penetrating the Mich-
igan defense. The first stringers
were injected near the end of the
half but enjoyed no more success,
the half ending 17-3.
In the second period the eastern-
ers began to show the effects of the
strain and their team work cracked
(Continued on Page Seven)
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110A ii rsa re'AU in Tilt oIgh
Inter-Fraternity Basketball Begins arsity Tankmen Take All in ii nign
Success which has greeted the Tonighd As IO Teams Sign T1hree Of Seven Events In Coach Courtwright's Junior Var-
basketball squad in its games. n ylay G y oliday Meet Iity cagers will attempt to exte
against eastern quintets was ab- -.heir winning 'treak to five straigh
sent Saturday when Coach Lowry's TW EAUES T.USE DEFETA W ALKE when they meet the Toledo uni-
hockey sextet battled with the Ti-, L UA-- versiy five tcnignt at Toledo in
ger pucksters from Princeton. Basketball, first sport of the In- Victory over the Cleveland Athe- he second tilt of a home and home
Skating rings around the Wolver- tramural department's winter pro- series.
ines, the easterners trounced gram, will be inaugurated this tic club, 4-18, in a dual meet Dec. The Toledo ntt v e
Michigan 11 to 3. evening when the various frater- 21 at Cleveland marked the activ- for the Wolverines in the first en-
Fisher, Michigan captain, assisted nity squads invade the new sports ties of Coach Matt Mann's swim- counter in Yost ,eld house the
by Hart and Schlanderer boosted building to engage one another in ig team over the holidays. The "" team gaining a 41-12 victory
his team into a . to 1 lead over the opening games of the 1929 Wolverines experienced little dif- ever the invaders. who were handi-
Princeton in the first period, but inter-fraternity tournament. Wvr sx-capped y lhaes o prce. T
following this spurt the Wolverine This year 160 teams have already ficulty in defeating te Cleveland capped by lack of practiced gret
stick wielders were unable to shove signed up for the competition, and atators, winning all but three of ledo five, hweer, showed re
the -puck past the eastern goal with the schedule for the first he seven events. improvement
again, three weeks drawn u the hue Cnuck Bennett who captained ; i the 4Q yard free style James ing cut a one point victory over
Rallying during thee second pp- gymnasium at the Sports building the 1928 Indiana grid team I house, former Yale captain and in- the Detroit City Clege team, 34-33
riod of play, Princeton scored three in readiness, it looks as though the been awarded the Chicago Tribune tercolegiate champion, just touch- iat Detroit, after the Motor Cit
goals to take a 4 to 3 lead and present season would far exceed trophy given eac year to the oni; ed out Bob Walker to take first quintet had heldhf 28-10 lead at the
then ran wild in the third and the others in both numbers and player who is adiudged to be th, place. Seager of Michigan was Tolf. .
last period when seven Princeton enthusiasm. most valuable man. to his team .i third. The Michigan relay quartet Tame is whiced trt h)
goals rattled past 'the Michigan Must have health Card the Big Ten. composed of Walker, Seager, Wala- fame poinup whirc held Detroitol
goal keeper. Four of these goals This year as in the past, each Bennett has bee:. the naiat av u itii, and Reif won from the Cleve- te points while making 24, w
came in three minutes of play. man will be required to present his the Hoosier eleven for the iast land quartet.
Michigan Princeton health card before being allowed to three years and climaxed his car- Molliter annexed another first for wards, Stoveno at center, and Walk-
Schalnderer L W Cuyler play. Those who haven't reported eer "vhen at the end of the 1928 Cleveland in the 200 ard br er and Rosenber or Lasley at t1.
Maney RW G. Jones to the Health Service for the re- season he was accorded all-Con- stroke when he outdistanced Mertz will choose his team from' WhitlI
Fisher Center Cook irquired physical examination should ference and all-Western honor .and Goldsmith of the Wolverines.
Bryant LD J. Jones do so before appearing at the While still in prep school r ennnr n Golsmith ofte Wrolvre Balsamo, and Dewning, forwards,
+Hart RD Adams Sports building. Wht tlli rn colBenl 'G olsmithi, converted from a free Dougal and Gockeski, centers, and
sgave promise of developing into a styler into a breast stroker, placed Lovel', Sla-le and
iR. Hines Goal Ingersoll The Intramural department has sens:tional star vwhen ihe helped seodi hsiita ac nthsLveSag n Wensti,
~ str vhei- hel~'~p( scond in his initial race in this n
Joseph Sub Lockhart drawn the following rules for play, Linton, Indiana high school, to two' guards.
Abbott Sub Carey which do not differ but slightly state titles. vt.
Copeland Sub Rice from those of past years. The Te s Asult and Watson of Michigan Four prominent women thetec
Grace Sub Stevens games shall be divided ito ten The past sesmn was the,;t 11fnished one-two in the 220 yard Fet woe t fD
Sub Livingston i minute halves, with five minutes one that the hoosier star ever i- free style. In the 100 yard back i have disputed the statementof Dr.
Sub Pennsypacker intermission allowed between the joyed. stroke Hubbell won from Captain rector of heah h erd physical edu -
periods. There will be absolutely Spindle in a close race. Walaitis cation that sports and the "con-
Uno postponements made, and teams PELZER BREAKS W1111 and Reif both finished ahead of petitive spirit" detract from femi.-
PURD}UEOPENS CHICAGO must appear on the floor before Hopkins in the 100 yard swim.
BIG TEN COURT SEASON ten minutes elapse from the time GERMAN ATHLETIC UNION Clovyland scored another first in
TSscheduled for the start of the game. the fancy diving when Choloda Schneider, (C), third. Time: 1:05.1.
I Each fraternity must furnish both (By Asscia'a r res5) won the event. Walaitis and Grim- 100 yard free style-Walaitis (M),
Purdue, co-holder with Indiana a timertand scorer, and it is es- BERLIN, Jan. 7.-Dr. Otto Pelt- shaw finished second and third. first; Reif (M), second; Hopkins
of the 1928 Big Ten basketball title, sential that they do so. zer, German runner who holds four Summaries: (C), third. Time: :56.3.
will . . I This year the Intramural depart- world's records in the middle dis- 1 . Fancy diving-Choloda C) first
schedule tonight in Bartlett gym- ment will follow a plan originated tances, decided today to accept af 160 yard relayF-Michigan (Wl- Walaitis (M) second; Grnsh ir
nasium, Coach Ward Lambert of last year, the two team idea. Each invitation to compete in Austr - , ager, Walaitis, Reif), first. (M), third.
the Boilermakers will have four fraternity will be allowed to enter ean athletic events, although the Time: 1:16.4.
veterans of his championship tean both an A team and also a B squad, German Athletic Union has re- 200 yard breast stroke-Molliter o -___o_
in the lineup, including Capt. Wit- each playing in a entirely different fused him permission. (C), first; Goldsmith (M), second; TRACK MANAGERSHIPS
bunfrence Cu lnscircuit. Men playing on the A Dr. Peltzer, who frequently has Mertz (M>, third. Time: 2:43.2.
coference last year; the brilliant teams will be ineligible for play I been on the outs with the German 220 yard free style-Ault (M), All second semester freshmein
"Stretch" Murphy, center; Glenn on the B squads. This plan was athletic authorities, visited the first; Watson (M), second; Cleve- and sophomores wishing to- try
Harmeson and Warren Schnaiter.-enthusiastically received last sea- United States a year ago and was land, third. Time: 2:22.2. out for track managerships
Lambert's team employs the de- son and it was decided to continue permitted to run there only after 40 yard free style-House (C) please report to me at 3 o'clock
been gene al y adoptee wthec the custom this year. exchange of numerous cablegrams, first; Walker (M), second; Seager j this afternoon at Yost field
ference to meet the five man set different style, using a fastbreak-At the Olympic Games last sum- (M), third. Time: :18.3. house.
defense. Coach Norgren of the tig, short pass attack that i aimed mer Pelbzer held himself aloof from 100 yard back stroke-Hubbell Richard Gretsch, Manager
Maroons has developed a radically' at controlling the ball. the German officials. M), first; Spindle (M), second; o- a

W t iins Ovret~i r Mt. Pleasat n 1!i

.juntor varsity cGains Singie Pmint
Wins Over Mt. Pleasant In
Return Tilt
While the Varsity quintet was
turning back the invading Cornell,
Penn State, and Northwestern
teams at Ann Arbor during the
holidays, the Wolverine "B" cagers
maintained the Maize and Blue
reputation on the road by defeat-
ing Calvin College, 32-20, and Mt.
'Pleasant, 29-28, on two successive
An easy victory over the Grand
Rapids five in the Wolverines first
away from home game added a
third to the Junior Varsity's string
of wins, while a one point advan-
tage over the Mt. Pleasant aggTe-
gation on the following night
brought the "B" team's record to
four won and none lost, Mt. Pleas-
I ant and Toledo University having
I fallen before Coach Courtwright's
I cagers at Ann Arbor.
The Reserves experienced little
difficulty hi defeating the green
Grand Rapids five, a fast working
passing attack proving too much
'for the Calvin team, which never
seriously threatened the Junior
Varsity's early lead. The Wolver-
ines' opening lineup consisted of
'Balsamo and Whittle, forwards,
Dougal, center, and Barley and
Lovell, guards. Glocheski, cen-
ter, Slagle, guard, and Weinstein
and Downing, forwards, played
during the latter part of the game.
The Mt. Pleasant team, which
I lost to the Reserves 28-18 in an
early season encounter, provided
much stiffer opposition. Coach
Courtwright started the same team
against Mt. Pleasant with the ex-
ception of Lovell, who was ill,
I Weinstein taking his place, and the
Reserves again showed a strong at-
{ tack to gain a ten point lead early
I in the game. A slow, stalling at-
tack resorted to gave the Wolver-
ines plenty of short shots, most of
which were thrown away, and some
long tries by the Mt. Pleasant quin-
tet cut the Junior Varsity lead to
i one point as the whistle blew.


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