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I,[ CERS OPEN WITH VARSITY AND FACULTY WATER
POLO TEAMS TO CLASH TODAY

KALAMANZOO OPENS
'B' TEAM SEASON

Maize and Blue to Clash With
Pennsylvania in Next
Court Battle.
WEISS STARS IN DEBUT
Even though his team had little
trouble in running over Ohio in the
season opener, Coach Veenker stat-
ed that he was poorly satisfied with
the ixhibition of basketball and
that the Wolverines would need a
great deal of polishing before they
would be title contenders. With this
end in mind he expects to put the
cagers through a stiff program of
individual drill for the rest of the'
week before entraining for Phila-
delphia Friday.
Ragged passing and pooi' ball
handling, interspersed by moments!
of real promise was Coach Veen-
ker's impression of the game, and
last night he started in his cam-
paign to make the whole 40 min-
utes play resemble those few plays.
Admitting that he may be able to
work his forward line into a dan-
gerous scoring threat Veenker feels
that the opponents will make more
baskets this year than last due to.
the loss of McCoy and Rose.

By Joe Russell. the most valuable men on the__
Although the Ohio Wesleyan ,team last year and should
basketball team appeared to be a prove one of the main cogs in Strong Michigan Puck Team
highly over-rated aggregation in Coach Veenker's title-defend- i Prys Off Season's Lid Against1
its rather ineffective showing in ing machine again this season. Powerful Opponent.
the season opener Monday, the
Battling Bishops put up what will That the Wolverine mentor will
probably be one of the tightest de- have reserve material to draw up- PLAY FRESHMEN FRIDAY
fenses which the Wolverines will on when his regulars falter was'
strike this year. Throughout the shown by the play of the sopoho- Rapidly approaching mid-season
entire game the Ohio forwards more contingent composed of Hud- form Michigan's Varsity pucksters,
kept the Michigan guards starting son, Daniels, Jennett, Weiss, Jones, with two weeks of arduous practice
the plays from far toward their Downing, and Ricketts. All of these i
own end of the floor, thus showing men, now starting their first year
up the Maize and Blue offense con- on the Varsity squad, played Mon- the ice Monday evening against
siderably. day night, and while some of them the fast moving Ontario Aggies, ar
seemed to be suffering from stage combination presenting unusualj
With the advent of h~enryI fright, they all handled themselves
s h - well for their first appearance be- polish.
Weiss to the line-up, however, for a basketball crowd. Genuine defensive ability, so
even this tendency toward____ lacking in the makeup of the Wol-I
slowness disappeared with the C V ekpg p team of e o
sophomore star displaying 1 Coach Vee er's chief prob- verine puck team of a year ago, has
great speed and sureness in his uardstho rae Dnng toe already been established in the
handling of the ball. Although and Ernie McCoy, seemed solv- ranks of Coach Lowrey's combine.
troubled with an injured leg, ed against Wesleyan with Cap- I Boast Strong Defense. E
the diminutive forward proved tain Chapman and Frank Lov- Practice sessions to date have
a nemisis to the ishop guards ellihandling that -assignment Idefinitely stsidMcia ok
and eluded them time and ssatisfied vichigan hock-
aanoltolschneto well. Chapman shifted back {
cagain onay to lose chances to from jumping center, where ey followers i this connection and
ot inaccuraelyon dog he lost the tip-off but twice I the 1929-30 edition of Maize and
during thf, e tira vamp to Blue stick handIers shmuld het b t

Students will clash with profes- history department is another re-

1 soshut not in the l1ii room w-,'ihen iableh p rformeir.

the facilty wAterpolo- team meets
the Varsity tank squad in a chal-
lenge match at 5 o'clock this aft-
ernoon in the Intramural pool. A
large number of the student body
are expected to be on hand to wit-
ness this ' water combat 'between
teacher and pupil. Expectations
are that their - allegiance will -be
with their fellow compatriots.
-R les 'Are off.r
Contrary to the usual water polo
game, Big Ten rules will not pre-
vail. The faculty are accustomed
to playing a degenerated form of
the water .sportad' ring their noon
hour sessions, and the Varsity
swimmers will meet them on this
basis. In "rough neck" polo -bran
and endurance rather than skill
are the deciding factors. Rules are
non-existent -with the exception
that a,,player cannot hold one of
ithe opposition under water for
more than three minutes.
Maiiistays of the faculty team
include the, scoring com~bination of
Preston, James of the geography do-
partment, Ivan Walton of the en-
gineering college, and John Brier,'
also of the engineering college. The
anthropology department is repre-
sented by Carl Guthe and Julian
Steward on the faculty squad. Pro-
fessdr Shartel of the Law school is
expected to strengthen the' faculty
ranks while Ben Wheeler of the

Faculty Has Stars.
Sam Graiiam of the forestry .Junior Varsity Cage Year Gets
1school and Arthur Moehlman of the Under Way Saturday at
'education school are other men who Yost Field House.
twill forget their professorial digni--
ty in the heat of the water sport.
Bob Hall of the geography depart- I SQUADLACKS WEIGHT
ment is another strong player in
the faculty ranks. Other faculty As yet the Junior Varsity basket-
players include Adams, Rohrback, ball squad has lead but little op-
Cole, Slawson, Partridge, Devine, portunity to acquire the polish and
Chipman, and Goddard. Matt
Mann, Varsity swimming coach and co-operation necessary for a win-
his assistant, John MacMahon, are ning aggregation, however, with
other additions who will prove val- the initial encounter scheduled for
uable to the faculty squad. Saturday evening -Cat 7:30 o'clock
with Kalamazoo College in Yost
A. A. U. SWIMMERS I Field House Coach Courtright is
Yexpending every effort to buildup
WILL MEET FRIDAY ! a quintet capable of stopping the
I J Kazoo basketeers.
Over 20 of the best men and Team Lacks Weight.
women swimmers in the state of Although the chances of a' suc-
Michigan have entered their names cessful year are somewhat ham-
as' competitiors in the. Michigan pered by the lack of weight among
A A. U. -meet to be held in Ann Ar- 'the members of the "B" squad the
bor "Friday, . Decemnber 13. This will I addition of Torrill from the Var-
be the first meet of its kind to be sity will materially fortify the cen-
-held in the Intramiu'al pool, and ter position, a problem which has
'as it is being run off under the aus- been bothering Coach Courtright
pices of the 'A. A.' U. it is expected since the beginning of the season.
to draw a large crowd. One forward position with the ex-
There will be four Michigan ception of the opening game should
championship races and four han- be capably taken care of by Wein-
dicaps. The list of events is as fol- stein, regular forward from last
:lows: For men, 500-yard senior .year's Junior -Varsity. 'An injured
championship. 50-yard . junior, 100- ankle has' kept Weinstein from en-

Quakers Are Strong.
'The game this Saturday will give
the Michigan mentor a better
chance to sift out his candidates
since the Quakers are known as
one of the best outfits in the east,
copping the Eastern championship
for the past two years. Already they
have won their first game of the
season with .ar19-18 decision over
St. Joseph College to their credit.
With Captain Bob Chapman pre-
forming at guard the way he did
against Wesleyan and the forward
line scoring points, Veenker's chief
desire is to find a flashy running
guard. Frank Lovell, while playing
a steady game, lacks the brilliance
and scoring ability which the Mich-
igan coach likes in a running guard.
Chapman showed that he was able
to halidle the back position well,,
and took the ball off the back!
board with much of the same ease
that McCoy hadalast year.
. Works on Guards.
Last night Veenker did not order
a scrimmage session but devoted
the entire period to individual drill
in an effort to wipe out the rag-4
gedness which the various men dis-
played. Lovell and/ Chapman re-
ceived the major portion of atten-
tion at guard, although the for-
wards came in for their share of.
drill on offensive plays.
Of the sophomores, Henry Weiss
and Roy Hudson, football star,,
showed the most potential possi-
bilities with Weiss establishing
himself as one of the fastest men
on the squad. Joe Truskowski ac-
cording to Coach Veenker traveled-
faster against Wesleyan than he
did all last year, although his run-
ning mate, Orwig, seemed unable to'
keep his hands on the ball. Other
sophomores to break in the lineup
were Daniels, Ricketts, Jennett,1
Downing, and Jones.
hOCKEY SCHEDULE
Dec. 16-W. Ontario here
Dec. 30-Yale at Lake Placid
Dec. 31-Yale at Lake Placid
Jan. 1-Yale at Lake Placid
Jan. 3-Colgate there
Jan. 4-Hamilton there
Jan. 10-Mich. Tech. here,
Jan. 11-Mich. Tech. here
Jan. 17-Wisconsin there
Jan. 18-Wisconsin there
Jan. 20-Minnesota there
Jan. 21-Minnesota there
Jan. 22-Marquette there
Jan. 25-M. S. C. there
Jan. 30-Marquette here
an. 31-Marquette here
Feb. 17-M. S. C. here
Feb. 21-Minnesota here
Feb. 22-Minnesota here
Feb. M-Wisconsin here
Mar. 1-Wisconsin here

Norman Daniels, another man
serving his first year on the cage
squad, while not taking part in
the scoring, paved the way for sev-
eral shots made by his team-mates,
One play in particular gave prom-
ise for Daniel's future when -he
dribbled down the floor closely
pressed by one guard and just un-
der the basket instead of trying for
the points himself passed to Weiss
coming in.
Bill Orwig did not appear to
be up to the form which he
displayed most of the time last
season, not scoring any points,
but his fast floor game showedI
that he has not forgotten how
to play basketball. The rangy
Wolverine forward was one of
WEAK TRACK TEAMK
SCHEDULE; FI

Urtgn te lure game,to
guard, and in that position
showed that he had the diffi-
cult knack of the job. In one
instance he bloeked off an al-
most sure score by stopping
two men at once as they came

One of the hardest schedules inl
years and what appears at present!
to be one of the weakest teams in
years is the combination facing
Coach Steve Farrell during the
coming season which is to be his
last as mentor of a Wolverine track
team. Five dual meets, two indoors
and three outdoors, are included in
the 1930 track schedule giving the
Michigan trackmen the toughest
season in point of number of meets
since 1923.
The prospects for the success of
the 1930 track team look most
gloomy in respect to the reserve
material coming up from last
year's freshman squad. Three high!
jumpers and a pole vaulter who as
freshmen were better than the Var-
sity will be among those absent this
year due to scholastic difficultiesI
and transfers.
On the other hand Michigan
should possess plenty of power inI
the dashes and a middle distance
and perhaps in the two mile event
and part of the weight events. Tol-
an should spell disaster to any-!
thing the Wolverines are likely to
meet in any of their dual meets
not to mention the Conference and
other big meets. Murray is another
man who should prove valuable to
Coach Farrell in the dashes.
The Seymour twins, whose per-!
formance in the. 440 last season
gained many points for the Wol-
verines, will be back again this
year and will provide the main i
strength of the Michigan team in
this event. An array of material
including Austin, Wolf, Fitzgibbons,
Kennedy, and Benson will give
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, ''-a 4efl tU _A come a g-
down under the basket. fyard breast stroke, 100-yard back gagir
with a scoring punciil a nd stroke, and low board diving; for sions
Dutch Kanitz copped scoring th a skatig punch built around women, 50-yard breast stroke, 50- be u:
honors for the evening by account- he st skating Joseph, Nygord yard junior handicap, and 25-yard game
ing for 11 of his team's points. Joeangen, an aility to count 'championship for girls under 16.
Joe may be established which will i Several of the members of the Fo
Truskowski with nine countersd match the defensive combination ALL-CAMPUS HANDBALL Varsity squad have been entered Coac'
rated second and Weiss was third of Hart, Bryant, and Tompkins. Navare defeated Lipson, 2-0. in events in an attempt to hold good
with five. Ir this scoring Kanitz Friday evening, the Varsity 'Moore defeated Weiner, 2-0. some of the records here; the tn- Lind
looped through five field goals, squad will meet the strong fresh- Engleman defeated Goodman, 2-0 tries will be announced late in the Bell,
some of which were of the "diffi- men team in the first scheduled Wheeler defeated Lance, 2-0. trewilbanocdltenth Bl,
cult angle type," and one a foul, rante h Fredman efeated lf, 2-0. week by Matt Mann, varsity swim- sure
while "Truck" made good on three twee encounter of the year be- Fried M FetdSQ ,A -.nming coach. There will be an ad- amaz
fouls and three bakets Weissthe two squads. A few i- ALL-AMPUS SQUASH mission fee of 25 cents for anyone willI
rad thee b woketeis promptu scrimmages have already K. Wilson defeated Kendall, 3-2. wishing to attend the meet. most
rated next to these two veterans tae_________afr
takennplace and have shown to the Reindel defeated Austin,' 3-2. a fre
at foul. nsatisfaction of Coach Lowrey that i Boyer defeated C. Wilson, 3-2.
a foul._the yearling squad numbers among Dawley defeated Gardiner, 3-2. Lou Little Is Selected ii gti<
Fits roster sufficient talent to push Beck defeated Dio, 3-2. as Coach of Columbia shar
FACES HARDIthe Varsity all the way. I__ _ _
F AES HARDFreshmen Strong. ; (By. Associated Press
VE MEETS LISTED1 Most prominent of the first year TODAY'S GAMES NEW York, Dec.i10.-Defining
pucknmen in the early season work-__ _ __ selection of Lou Little, now at
outs have been Reed, Crossman, Georgetown, for the position of
Coach Farrell his best hopes in the and Roach, front line' performers, 7:00-Finals of Fraternity Wrest- head football coach at Columbia F
and two mile rsand Williams, Single, Tiedgen, and ling Tournament. university was announced today. in'
e. 'Hulbert, defensive candidates. This HANDBALL Little will succeed Charley Crow-' tu
The field events will be compara- eneounter which should give Wol-. 7:30-Psi Upsilon vs. Phi Delta ley, resigned, and sign a three-year ;
tively weak especially in the pole verine hockey enthusiasts a good Phi. contract. He accepted the Colum-I St
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gan's strength in the other events and Blue pucksters will get under! Chi Psi vs. Phi Chi. an offer from his own college, the B
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The opening meet of the indoor = "he bown Town Store for Michigan-men
season on Feb. 22, with Chicago in
Yost Field house. will mark the first FORA
time the Wolverines and Maroons-
have competed on the cinders since
1923 when Michigan won the meet
65 to 50. Besides the Western Con-
ference indoor meet on March 7
and 8 at Minneapolis and the Illi-
nois relays on March 15 at Urbana -
one more trip to conclude the in- .-G
door season against Cornell.
The outdoor schedule will be A
opened with the Penn and Drake 1=At tie approach of the H
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one of the strongest defensiveI
fronts in the mid-western inter-
collegiate hockeydom. Offensivel
potentialities, seemingly a little,
slow tn duvel 1O h'Ufn v rr v l r

ig in the earlier practice ses-
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navailable for the Kalamazoo
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r the other forward pcsition
h Courtright has a wealth of
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say, Coombe, Mole, Falls, and
all of 'whom are practically
of seeing service against Kal-
zoo. At 'center is Arnold who
pyobably a-lternate with Torrill
of the season in order to keep
sh man at the pivot post dur-
the entire game.As guards
ice, Rabinovitch and Tyler will
e the major burden.
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