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First Test of Season Scheduled I{First Big Nine Bas
to Start Next Tuesday on Set for January
Intramural Mats. Gophers
With the annual falt all-campus 'NEXT GAME WI
wrestling tourmanent scheduled to
begin next Tuesday at 4 o'clock in iFive rival Conferen
teams will get two ci
the Intramural building, Coach to stop the title-defen
Cliff Keen of the Varsity mat ines in their drive tow
squad is drilling his men hard to consecutive Bg Ten
get them in shape for their first ship this season. By
test of the season. This meet is draw at the coach's
open to all men of the campus ex- Chigago, Michigan, w
cept those who have won a letter in against the strongest
wrestling, thus excluding only four Western Conference,i
of the aspirants for the Varsity diana and Purdue.
squad. Chicago, Miftnesota
With the exception of these men, are the other outfits
Hewitt, Kelly, Parker, and McGill- bend every effort
lard, the entire mat squad will be Rogers Hornsby . Wolves, while thee
expected to enter the meet, and Veteran Chicago second base- which have been sche
Coach Keen will be ruled in his se- ! Maize and Blue five
lection of a team largely by the re- man, whose sterling play arourfd teams. of, proven abili
results of this all-campus meet. the Windy City keystone sack and versity of Pennsylva
Weight Date Set. brilliant stickwork has earned for , host to Coach Veen
Weighing-in for the tournament: : him again the most valuable play- this Saturday with Al
will be held Monday, December 16 ers reward. show here in the last'
and each contestant will be allow-
ed five pounds over his fighting - - wightr_.
We~~~reiinr mteis il eCONFERENCE CONFAB PROVES
The preliminary matches will be ECB
run off Tuesday, December 17, FEW POINTS OF CONJE
starting at 4 o'clock in the wrest-L
ling room of the Intramural build-
ing, with the semi-finals scheduled Many Matters Remain in Aair eyes seem to think.
for the next afternoon at 4. Finals' Conecrning Future of ett hk
in all classes are slated to be fought Iowa's Relations. A tentative sched
that same evening, December 18, football includes Ne
starting at 7 o'clock, with the cam- tThe Big Ten is no longer the Big I Dame, California, an

ketball Test the Christmas holidays next
6 With Thursday.
S. No games have been scheduled
during the vacation, but the team
TH PENN I will return to Ann Aroor Decem-
ber 26 to resume practice in order
ce basketball to get into the best possible shape
iances apiece! for one of the most strenuous
iding Wolver- schedules a Michigan team has had
wai% a second in years.
n champion- Clips Vacation Card.
virtue of the Coach Veenker gave as his rea,
meeting at son for not getting any games dur-
will be pitted ing the vacation period as that if
teams in the the team had to play it would
including In- mean cutting down the number of
practice periods, and he feels that
, and Illinois the practice will be more valuable.
which will than the playing experience.
to trip the However a game about January
extra games 1 may be arranged later, but the
eduled for the proposition is still indefinite.
are all with' State Proves Fixture.
.ity. The Uni- Only one outside game is slated
nia will play after Janiary 1, with the annual
ke's . quintet battle with Michigan State fixed
bion slated to for February 15. Aside from this
game before game with the East Lansing squad
the period after the Christmas va-
cation will be a long, hard grind
toward the championship, with
both Purdpa and Indiana, always
CTURE two of the hardest teams in the
Conference both standing in the
-----way.
Michigan was the only school at
tle fo. 1930 the Chicago meeting which was
ule, fNotre1 willing to meet the two Hoosier ag
braska,bur gregations, with the result that
d Pittsburgh. two of the biggest obsticles in any
vwell into.six teams way toward the title are
ainly will not both on the W9lverine path to vice-
.haps its j st tory.
- l ..wsrim . . . .-WPLI 77yr.. 1

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pus championshkip in each weight

TPn_ hilt, t.ht, Rif^,WiTip

at stake.]

M'EVER, MIGHTY TENNESSEE
BACKFIELD ACE TOPS SCORING
Walkaway Win Over Carolinans Six losses in one year makes a
Gives Volunteer Star record for Georgia Tech. of falling
from the pinnacle of the mythical
An avalanche of points scored h national championship to thed
by Tennessee's touchdown twins, depths of defeat the next. It isr
Hackman and McEver, swamped doubtful if any one team ever ex-
South Carolina in the mud of Wat- perienced such -extremes of for-
kins field at Knoxville, Tennessee,, as Lady Luck has visited upon the
under a 54-0 score. Yellowjackets during the past two
Incidently McEver's total of seasons.'
five touchdowns and three points Another unbeaten group of grid-
after touchdowns boosted him in- iron warriors rode to victory when
into the lead of the national indi- Western Maryland conquered
vidual scoring race. His 33 points Maryland 1-0-0 in their eleventh
straight win this fall.
gave the Tennessee backfield ace It seems that the South still hasl
a total of 130 points topping Hin- the Indian sign over the Pacific
kle of, Bucknell by two markers. Coast when it comes to football
Hinkle jumped into the lead on tilts. Florida's final flourish to con-
Thanksgiving day by tallying 59 quer the University of Oregon 20-6'
points in his team's crushing de- I in the sweltering heat of a Decem-
feat of Dickenson passing Al Mars- I ber afternoon in Miami forstalls
ters of Dartmouth who had lead any chance of breaking the jinx
most of the season with a total of until next year.
108 points. The heat was so intense that
undefeated this. fall with nine tri- eight of the western -players dis-
Tennessee's victory leaves them carded their jerseys before the close
umphs and a 6-6 tie with Kentucky of the game, while the 'Gators
on their record. The only other though less mindful of the weath-
team to match this record is the er showed the effect of the climate
Southern Conference is Tulane before the final whistle ended the
boasting of nine straight victories. encounter.

Mei
Winners
awarded g
tion of the
bouts will7
length alth
the regular
A time ad
will be nece
sion, the m
period if ne
o&ent advan
WRES'T
Jan. 11-F
there
Jan.113E
Jan.! 18-
Jan. 25-I
Jan. 25-1
Feb. 15-P
Feb. 22-1
Mar. 1-N
Mar. 8-E
Mar. 14 at
champio
Mar. 21 an
pionship
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dais to Winners. This was finally settled last St-.
of each division will be Iurday afternoon by the faculty re-
old medals in recogni- !presentatives of the nine schools in
title. The preliminary the Western Conference. The de-
be seven minutes in cision was unanimous, therefore
ough the finals will go Iowa probably didn't vote. Maybe
limit, ten minutes.
[vanatage of one minute I they voted against themselves?
esayto win by a deci-I At any rate, Dean C. C. Wiliams,
nssary ratingyaer- newly appointed chairman of the
cen wryeto in a ext Iowa athletic council, and F. H.
I Lauer, Iowa athletictciirector, did a
mar e. good job of trying to get back in
- ~~ the good graces of their former as-
L.NG HSCHEDI)UI - sociates whether they really wanted
to or not.
ranklinahd Marshall, In their petition, Iowa admitted
a slush fund but claimed that it
'rinceton, there operated strictly on a loan basis.
}hio State, the e They further stated that part of
. v the money had been returned.
4. S. C., here This slight discrepancy was one
urdue, here of the deciding factors in the re-
ndiana, there fusal of the petition. It is dobt-
orthwestern, here fut if any school in the Conference
ast-West Meet, here is strictly legitimate in its loans to
nd 15 - Conference athletes excepting perhaps Chicago.
inship Whether expulsion from the Big
id 22-National Cham- j Ten willrhurt Iowa is a matter of
s at Bethlehem, Pa. conjecture. t is certain that it did
not do as much harm as the Hawk-

These teams will dra A
figures and Iowa cert;
lose financially. Per
a matter of affection.

The question arises as to whether
the Big Nine will ever be the Big
Ten again, and if so who will be
the tenth party. It may be Michi-
gan State, but poor football teams
stand in their way. The logical
party would be Notre Dame, if
things could be made right with
Rockne.
The Irish have proven the best'
gate attraction in football, and in
spite of the Western ConferenceisI
an. organization to foster sport l
among undergraduates, business isl
business.

BASKETBALL SCHEDULE.,
Dec. 14-U. of Penn., there.
Dec. 19-Albion, here.
Jan. 6.-Minnesota, there.
Jan. 11-Purdue, there.
Jan. 13-Illinois, here.
Jan. 20..-Indiana, here.
Jan. 27.-Minnesota, here.
Jan. 31.-Chicago, there.
Feb. 15.-M. S. C., here.
Feb. 22.-Indiana, there..
Feb. 25.-Chicago, here.'
March i.-Illinois, there.
March 3.-Purdue, here.

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