WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1929:
THE M ICHIt.AN
"B"'TEAMBASKETBALL CHICAGO TRAILSC
B 5'A- WI'CONSIN PAPER PICKS THREE
B I~iDALLSEAN Dec. 14-Kalamazoo here HOCKEY CH AMPS WICNI AE IK HE
hJan.4Det. City College here' IN PUCK LEAGUE BOILERMAKERS ON HONOR TEAM1
U ~Jan. 8-Kalamazoo there . .
Jan. 11-M. S. N. C. at Ypsilanti Boston's Bruins, holder Of the l , ll o Ths. a he nth or s o r on the Badger line this fall and
"A-°o Ja. 29-Det. City College there Stanley Cup, emblematic of the drc r ~~the m*' thin deserves all-Conference mention1
Conference Champions Card world's hockey championship, are Purdue gained tie major share beg erm and agurski we e te
Only 16 Games; Iowa Is cLarn i s Expected leading the pa k in the American of positions on the all-Conference only men who could compete with
Dropped From List. to Outpoat Goldstein Division of ta National League grid team chosen by the Wisconsin Rebholz for the fullback post.
___with 14 points. They have won Daily Cardinal, three Boilermak- The Cardinal's mythical eleven
OPEN WITH BUCKEYES NB (.soc aet ress) seven games and lost two. The Chi1 . follows:
NEW YORK, Dec. 10.-Jimmy cago Blackhawks are in second Ends-Fesler (Ohio State) and:
McLarnin, the "Baby ace" Irish place with 12 and the New York consin was awarded two places T(M ta).
Michigan's 1930 baseball schedule scrapper from Vancouver, is fav- Rangers are close behind with 11. with Capt. John Parks and Hal lTacles_ igt (Purdue) and
t as aond th e il g ored to defeat Ruby Goldstein, of In the International Division, the Rebbolz as the nominees. Iowa Nagurski (Minnesota.
the shortest schedules they have New York, in their 10-round bout Ottawa Senators are leading with and Minnesota also had two men Guards-Westra (Iowa) and
hadshortyeasschepesentherehare 'at Madison Square Gardens Friday 14, followed by the two Montreal apiece; while Ohio State and North- Parks (Wisconsin .
onl 16 yes Ate rn ther aoe night. teams, the Maroons and the Cana- western were given the remaining Center-Erickson (Northwest-
venes net g sprisd for about four McLarnin, whose recent victories dia!s with 13 and 12 respectively, two places. No second team was ern.,
verines next spring or about four over Sammy Mandell and Sergt. The big upsets of the year in the picked. Quarterback-Harmeson (Purdue .
or ver, tha e sua B Sammy Baker have earned him (major league are the unexpected In speaking of the Badger play- Halfbacks-Glassgow (Iowa) and
nine r, wl play Big Nine Bteas recognition as the outstanding con-, strength shown by the rejuvenat- ers, the Daily Cardinal' said: "Parks Welch (Purdue).
nine will play 11 Big Nine teams,I tender for the welterweight cham- ed Blackhawks and the poor show- was the one consistently good play- Fullback-Rebholz (Wisconsin).
the usual number of engagements pionship, 'has been showing excel- ing of the Detroit Cougers as yet. _-__._
in the Conference. The Big Nin lent form. The Cougars are showing more..
schools to be opponents of the Wol- Goldstein is showing better form strength at present than at the
verines are Ohio State. Nortpwest- than at any time in several years. first of the season, with Cooper
ern, Chicago, Purdue, Illinois, and Rub y has the boxing skill andi and Lewis rounding into form and
Wisconsin. Notably absent from punch to become a champi:n but.:with Ebbie Goodfellow showing the
the baseball schedule is Iowa which but has been an undependable per- forh that made him the leading
has been included i the Michigan former since his defeat by Ace scorer of the former Canpro league
schedule for more than the last Hudkins last year. ~
decade. Iuis.latya.I Iav --
Open At Home.
Six of the Big Nine games will be
away from home as will be two of
the remaining five contests. The
first four games will be played in
Ann Arbor when the Wolverines+
meet Ohio State in the opener on
April 23, Syracuse on April 25 and
26, and Chicago on April 30. Michi-
gan will then make a trip to Chi-f
cago for two games on May 1 and
2 -and return to Ann Arbor to meet
Northwestern the next day. !
The return tilt with Chicago
will be played on May 6 following
which the Michigan nine will re--
main home for two games one
with Purdue on May 7 and oael
with Illinois on May 10. TheenextI
Ave games will be played a wayI
from their home diamond 'from
May 10 to the 31.
Close Against Badgers.
The teams =to be played during
this time are Northwestern on May
16, Ilinois on May 17, Ohio State
on May 19, Purdue on May 23, and
Wisconsin on May 24. The finalI
game of the season will be p 4ayed
in Ann Arbor against Wisconsin
on May 31.
It is quite likely that the Micl i-
gan schedule will be enlarged
the season next spring. One of the
somewhat before the opening of
most probable opponents to be
added to the present list is Michi-
gan State, traditional rivals of the
Wolverines in all sports.,
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