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Wrestling Only Wolverine Card
Not Involved in Possible
Nine Michigan Varsity coaches
will sit in on the meeting of the
Conference authorities scheduled to
take place in Chicago this Friday
and Saturday at which the future
relations of tle University of Iowa
to the Bib Ten will be decided. With
the Iowa situation occupying the
crux of the whole meeting no defi-
nite plane of further preceedure
has been laid as yet.
Should the powers of the Western
Conference render an adverse de- J
cision on the Hawkeye's plea for'
reinstatement, the necessity will
arise for changing every schedule
in any sport at any school where
Iowa was slated to appear. The ar-
rangement of schedules will in all
probability take up most of the re-
maning time of the meeting if the
Iowa petition fails to go through.-
Michigan Is Affected.
In this shifting of playing datesI
Michigan will be affected in every
winter and spring sport with the
exception of wrestling since the
Hawks are in the other division of
the Conference in the mat sport. To
help in this juggling of dates the
University is sending all of the
coaches of winter sports including
Cliff Keen, wrestling; George Veen-
ker, basketball; Matt Mann, swim-
ming; Steve Farrell and Charles
Hoyt, track; with Ray Fisher of the
Baseball team and Harry Kipke
completing the likt of mentors.
From the administrative depart-
ment of Intercollegiate athletics
Director Fielding H. Yost and
Franklin Cappon will attend, while0
Harry Tillotson, University Ticket
Manager is being sent to the meet-
ing also.
Tentative Ideas hold. V
Although no Conference sched---
ules have been announced as yet,
in most of the winter and springe
sports, tentative arrangements have1
been made under the suppositione
that Iowa will be allowed to remain
in the fold, but if the Conference9
does not accept the 3,000 word pea
of the Hawkeye officls ,.these ar-
rangements will have to go by the
board. In other words the whole i
situation at the Chicago meeting S
rests with the decision on the Iowah
question. s
Michigan is slated to meet the e
Hawks on the gridiron again next f
season, but if "Old Guard" of the f
Big Ten have their way the last 1
game between Michigan and Iowa .
will have to be a 0-0 tie played in ti
Ann Arbor, November 23, 1929.
Mr. Yost has been called to Nash- o
ville Tenn., and is making no state- t
ment of his stand in the coming n
controversy, while other Athletic w
Directors at the other , Big Ten
schools are also remaining silent. ',q


I BEG IN U Southern California, at the end year record sta ids at a mark of
Fraternity Swimming . eller Arthur vs, Steinberg. of the 1928 football season, was 777. From that point on, however.i
Glaie vs. Raike, Loss of Three Regulars HinderslWentiTerJu.eSod
Goes to Semi-Finals I 8:00-Hobart vs. Todd. Bernstein Northwestern Coach in {found to possess the best record the teams are much more closely ei ei Tle r J ayieS
-- vs. Bishop. Berkenfield vs. Pearl- of any major college football eleven grouped, Dartmouth. Boston col-
SPhi Kappa Psi" advanced to the ;man. Building Quintet- in the country over a five-year per- lege, Utah, and Georgetown all Combination.
semi-finals in the swimming com-| 8:30-Wheeler vs. Kranz. iod, with a winning percentage of threatening to upset the Commo-
petition by their victory over Chi# 9:00-Voletsky vs. Lait. S. Jones FIVE VETERANS RETURN .865. One point behind the leaders dores if they have winning teams With a squad of 20 men of va-
Psi. This brings Phi Kappa Psi up vs. Simons. Currie vs. Gilbei was another west coast eleven, next year. Utah's climb, especially, erid experience, Coach Ccurtright
against Beta Theta Pi in one semi-{White vs. Kramer. (special to TeDa iy) Stanford, which had compiled a was noteworthy, the Rocky Moun- has tutored his Junior Varsity bas-
|final match while Theta Chi meets . EVANSTON, Ill., Nov. 3.-A dii- mark of .864 over the same five- tain champions concluding an un- ketball. team one week with none
Delta Sigma Delta in the other cul year stretch. defeated season to boost themselves
Smatch. Theta Chi has shown up t task faces Coach Arthur Adding the present year's results ten places in the standings. too promising results. The "B"
well defeating Delta Kappa Epsi- "Monday's Events Dutch"' Lonborg at Northwestern in with those of the five-year per- The six teams in order are New squad has not been on the court
lIon in their last meet. University this winter as he un- iod to determine the leading team York University, Lafayette, Colgate, long enough as yet to make it pos-
Phi Kappa Psi and Theta Chi Swimming. detak to build up his basketball of the country over the past six Nebraska, Missouri, and Washing- sible to intelligently forecast their
fought it out in the finals last year, Phi Kappa Psi defeated Chi Psi quintet for the coming season. Loss seasons, has revealed that South- ton and Jefferson, the last two be- possibilities but there is no ques-
Phi Kappa Psi coing out on the -' of three regulars, two through ern California still leads the na- ing deadlocked at a mark of .739. tion that Coach Coutright is sup-
top. These two teams will probably, Theta Chi defeated Delta Kappa graduation and one through in- iopsteams, but a therunnerupchointo L e ft was h biggest disap- plied mostly wth hosempaertil
Esln289.posted .Sotanfod iothearunner- pinetoftigrufliggenmeia whs ptnil
n2.eet again this year in the finals.. epsilon, 28-9. eligibilityr, will prove the biggest position. Southern California's per- .from fourth place to seventeenth, power can only be guessed.
In the semi-finals in water polo Beta Theta Pi defeated Lambda handicap which faces the Purple centage over the six-year periodc(Connue ge7)
Theta Xi meets Phi Beta Delta Chi Alpha, 26-15. I mentor as he starts his third year has slumped slightly from that of on Page 7) (Continued on Page 7)
while Theta Chi takes on Phi Sig- Water Polo, as head of the cage sport. r last year, now standing at mark of
ma Delta. Theta Chi won the Theta Chi defeated Phi Beta Pi Hal Gleichmann, captain and .855.
championship last year over Phi 2-0. forward of last year's team, and Irish Are Second
Beta Delta, both teams reaching Theta Xi defeated Dela Sigma Harold Schultz and Frank Marshall, One point behind the Trojans, in
the semi-finals again this season. Phi, 2-0. both guards, are the regulars who the spot occupied by Stanford last
- jPhi Beta Delta defeated Triangle, must be replaced. The first two season, is Notre Dame, which con-P'j
graduated last spring while Marsh- cluded one of the greatest seasons
Events Today [anbal. fall who had another year of com- in the school's history this year. J -
Sigma Delta Kappa defeated Al- petition dropped out of school be- Nine victories and no defeats for
Swimmin.,cause of lowgrades. the Irish have boosted its percent-
7:30-Beta Theta P1 vs. Phi Kap-" Phi Delta Phi defeated Psi Ome- Lettermen Form Nucleus. age to .854, two points ahead of
;pa Psi (semi-finals). ga, 2-l.Five lettermen, three of whom last year's second place outfit,
8:15-Theta Chil vs. Delta Sigma were regulars, will form the nucleus which now stands third with a **
Delta (semi-fials). iContinued on Page 7) for this year's team. However, it is Imark of .852.
Water Polo. not regarded likely that these men Seven other teams in the United
NEW YORK, N. Y.-Four Big together with the sophomores will States boast of a rating of .800
. I Ten coaches-Dick Hanley, of form a combination as strong as percent or over during the six year I
Norhwestern; Jimmy Phelan, of last year's team which finished in period. In fourth place is Tennes-
8:15-Theta Chi vs. Phi Sigma Purdue; Burt Ingwersen, of Iowa, a tie for third place in the con- see, with a mark .of .837. The
Handball and Dr. C. W. Spears, of Minnesota ference southern team climbed six places in
(All-C- i-have been mentioned as possible The lettr the standings this year due to the
7:00-Friedman s en. WatersC sors to Charley Crowley at fine record its team compiled in
um to Bergherm and Bert Rielnforwards the season just concluded. .Tied-
BRwith Tennessee is the mighty Pitts-
Iand Johnny Haas and Merrill Mun- bugSatertawthtesm
TRUSKl1WSKI, STEINKE NAMED y, gards. yWalter who undewen burgh Panther team, with the same
yonumber of wins and losses but with
O KUREUE N FED CE an operation on his knee early n one more tie to its credit.
ON PURDUE 'ALLCONF' the fall, is still far from regaining Illinois stands in sixth position, ;
his usual speed. the Illini percentage standing at I
players named on the second eleven. Reserves Are Strong. .826. This gives the Champaign r ts "
of rofe : isi te f s erien leaving Harmeson off the first A quartet of non lettermen who aggregation the leadership of the
other college newt spapers in the Rig Tel. An- team, a fact that may cause much' were members of last year's squad ,ig Ten.
other will appear in an early issue. Wis Baker asert that the re will put up a strong fight for a po- Methodists Show Gain.
Capt. Joe Truskowski at end and markable yardage attained by the'(n s year and several appear Climbing from thirteenth to
a-dt p b ylikely to see action. They are John seventh position in one season, *
Al Steinke at guard are the Wo- Purdue star was made possible by Whalen, Lee Hanley and Joe Southern Methodist fiished in..............
verines named on the all-Confer- the fine interference provided by::z H:.y n even placeoentch ahead o
ence team as chosen by J. C. Baker, his teammates, Welch and White. aSchwartz, forwards and Bus Smith, seventh placermy, who suffered aseverea
sports editor of the Purdue Expon- The Exponent's selections fol- Iguard. -h ry h ufrdasvr
Welch, and Von Bibbe are inc - First Team. Bob Lockhart and Bob Hails, ap- years standings to eighth place in s
edonth Exonntsletinwil Eds-Trskwsi (Mchga)pear to be the most promising of; the up-to-date list. A disastrous'-________________
Iowa and heEoisaloneg elecio hile Eds r - Trusw (Michigan), about 10 first year men. The first year for the cadets, if winning six,
gan are each given two laces. Min- Tackles-Sleight (Ohio State)., VanBib two are guards and the latter is a losing three, and tieing one game
ga ae ac gve woplce. m-TckesSligt Pude) Vnfibgfrard. ~Other oooire r ican be called disastrous, served toA S G O E
oesota and Ohio State secured the ber(ude) (Michigan),gRob-urd lphEyler LeavF anrsend the West Point outfit down theDANIEL
In tp sing-Guards-Steinke((Ia Dallas Marvil; forwards, Frank chutes.
In speaking of the Michigan nomn- erts (Iowa). osElotTat onGri Pennsylvania, with a mark ofar fe ued y
nees, Baker says: "Truskowski was Center-Kawal (Illinois). , Elliott Tratt, John Gardis 808 and Alabama, which just
selected for an end post because of Quarterback-Peters (Illinois). and Conrad Wippert. scraped under the wire with an
his stellar defensive work alt sea- Halfbacks-Welch (Purdue), Glass- _even .800,' conclude the list of the I
on on a losing team. In practically gow (Iowa). FRESHMAN TRACK. teams that have been able to keep .VtIER WGOP'1PAHY
every game he has kept his team Fullback-Nagurski (Minnesota). There will be a meetin of all their percentage up to that point
from being set down to worse de- Second Team. freshmen track candidates at for six-years.
fresmentrak cndiatesat or ix-ear. JOr men o ' wince j$4g
feat than they deserved, and has Ends-Tanner (Minnesota), Baker Yost Field House Wednesda Follo.wing the ten leaders a no-
been forced to do much of the (Northwestern). at 4:30 P. M. ticeable jump is made to the next
backfield offensive work in addi- Tackles-Westra (Iowa), Gordon eam in line, Vanderbilt, whose si
tion." Illinois).
"Steinke of Michigan and Roberts Guards-Stears (Purdue), Parks
f Iowa, make a fair pair of guards (Wisconsin). {
hat have about everything guards Center-Weaver (Chicago).
'eed: weight, speed, power, head- Quarterback-Behr (Wisconsin).
work, and spirit." Halfbacks -Harmeson (Purdue). Aft





Stear at guard and Harmeson at Pharmer (Minnesota
quarterback are the Boilermaker Fullback-H. Rebholz





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