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PAGE SIX

THE MICHIGTAN~

DlAILY

FRIDAY. DECEMBER 13, 1929

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AMATUER T ANMEN
TO DE1 CIDE0-1TI TLES
Several Members of Varsity Are
Entered in Main Events
of A. A. U. Meet.
TO USE 'MURAL POOL

An array of nationally famous
amateur swimmers as well as a
number of Wolverine tankmen en-
tered in the Michigan Amateur
Athletic Union swiming meet. to
be held in the Intramural building
pool at 7:30 tonight promises to
make the affair one of record
braking importance. An admission
charge of 25 cents will, be made for
this meet.
Present and past holders of na-
tional championships in both the
junior and senior divisions will
compete to determine the state
championships in three of '.the
men's events. The championship in
the 50 yard women's free style han-
dicap will also be decided in this
meet.
Perhaps the most import-
ant swim of the meet will
be the 500 yard free style for men
which will bring into action three
Michigan varsity performers ac-
cording to the present list of en-
tries. Captain Ault, Bob Ladd, and
McCaffee are the Wolverines slat-
ed to compete in this event which
is also a championship swim. Ken-
nedy, a Michigan freshman, is also
entered. Although Captain Ault is
now entered in the 500 yard event,
it is possible that he will not swim
tonight.
An array of stars are entered'
in the fancy diving, making.it likely
that the competition will be keen-
est In this event. Wilkie of High-
land Park High school, holder 'of
the national interscholastic fancy
diving title, and Degener of Detroit
Central High, present junior cham,-
(Continued on Page 7)

Iinra maalNews
X111 BETA DELTA WINS defeated Rouston Tau Kappa Ep-
FRATERNITY WRESTLING (silon-
For the second consecutive year 175 pounds-Schiller Phi Beta
Phi Beta Delta won the interfra- Delta defeated Lapin Phi Beta
ternity wrestling championship. Delta.
Scoring 37 points the champions Unlimited-Raike Phi Beta Delta
more than tripled the score of the defeated Goldstein Phi Beta Delta.
runner-up, Tau Kappa Epsilon who WEDNESDAY'S RESULTS.
managed to collect but 12 markers. Volley Ball.
Alpha Omega and Theta Chi each McCarroll defeated Binzdr 15-10,
totaled five points to share third 15-5. .
place honors. Carpenter defeated Stander, 15-4,
Phi Beta Delta captured six of 8-15, 15-3.i
the eight weight divisions while Hesdfae riko,1-0
Tau Kappa Epsilon and Phi Chi 15 11s
accounted for the first place hon-I Chinese "A" students defeated
ors in the other two classes. Hirsh, 15-11, 12-12.
The final matches were as fol- Steinberg defeated Bennet, 15-17,
lows: 15-7d 15-7.
115 pounds-Tobias Phi Beta Chinese "B" students defeated;
Delta defeated Hershon Alpha Friedman, 15-3, 15-2.
Omega. Pastoor defeated Edwards, 15-12,
125 pounds-Schwartz Phi Beta 15-13.
Delta defeated Legatski Delta Sig- handball.
ma Phi. Phi Delta Phi defeated Psi Up-
135 pounds-Mendelssohn Phi fsilon 3-0.
Beta Delta defeated Herschfield ( Phi Chi defeated Chi Psi, 2-0.
Sigma Alpha Mu. Theta Chi defeated Delta Phi,
145 pounds-Benjamin Phi Beta 3-0
Delta defeated ,Bannon Tau Kappa 3-Rohem defeated Helpern, 21-12,
Epsilon. 21-15.
155 pounds-Barnes Tau .Kappa Joies defeated Lait, 12-19, 21=7.
Epsilon defeated Jacobson Kappa TODAY'S EVENTS.
165 pound-Blanchard Phi Chi B tbadn.
I7:30--Chinese Students of Mich- ,

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With a statemenI of "there's my IJohnny Ccx of Colgate, Mooney of
All-America" Andy Kerr, Colgate Georgetown, Edwards of Brown,
coach issued his list of 22 out- Glassgow of Iowa, and Lloyd Bra-
standing eastern gridiron perform-
ers the past year who have accept- zil of Detroit.
ed invitations to play with the Backfield men making the trip
East team against the West in the include Tony Holm of Alabama,
{ Kezar stadium, San Francisco, in Dowler and Yablok of Colgate,,
the annual benefit game for the Calderwood of Northwestern, Pet-
Shriners' Hospital for CrippledI
Children. 1ers of Illinois, Nesbit of Drake, Bra-'
The roster which has been made zil of Detroit, Glassgow of Iowa
up by Kerr with the assistance of and Edwards or Brown. Ends are
Dick Hanley, of Northwestern Uni- Booma of Dartmouth, Seacrist of
versity, associate coach in organ- W. & J., Tanner of Minnesota, and
izing the East squad, list~s no less; Stanley of Penn State. Tackles are
than five captains, and contains
,representatives from Pi schools in Nagurski of Minnesota, Twomey of
the west and midwest. Captains are Notre Dame, Sleight of Purdue,
Gordon of Illinois. and Mooney ofj
Georgetown. Guards are Magai of
Purdue to Open Cage, Penn, Anderson of Northwestern,
Year Tomorrow Night Cannou of Notre Dame, while the
wcenter strength will come from
(By Associated Press) the duo of Cox of Colgate and
LAFAYETTE, Ind., Dec. 12-With Erickson of Northwestern. '
his squad cut to eighteen mem- The players will assemble at
bers, Coach Piggy Lambert, Pur- Evanston next Monday night and
due's basketball mentor, has put depart the same \night for San
added speed on this week's drills Francisco.

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Veenker Picks Eight Wolverines
for Tomorrow's Encounter
With Pennsylvania.
At 5 o'clock this afternoon the
Wolverine Varsity cagers will en-
train for Philadelphia to encounter
the University of Pennsylvania's
quintet on their own floor tomorrow
evening. It is the first trip of the
season for the basketball team and
Coach Veenker is taking a squad of
eight men wig him to do battle
with the Pennsylvanians.
The first string team composed
of Captain Chapman, Truskowski,
Orwig, Kanitz, and Lovell, remains
the same as it appeared against
Ohio Wesleyan in the initial game
last eek. Weiss, a promising
sophm ore, Daniels, recruited from
the football team, and Jones, an-
other sophomore complete the oc-
tet making the first ,cage trip of
the season. In addition to Coach
Veenker, Trainer Cahill, Manager
(Continued on Page 7)

To Replace CrowleySQI
Colbi ChEAST GRIDIRON SQUAD CALLEDa
aALL-AMERICAN' BY ANDY KERR 1,I

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PENN WILL LOSE CAGE
MENTOR AFTER SEASON
(By Associated Press)
PHILADELPHIA, Dec. 12-Eddie
McNichol, head coach of the Uni-
versity of Pennsylvania basketball1
team, today confirmed a report that
he would not be a candidate for
reappointpnent at the end of the
present season. "This is my last
year as basketball coach at Penn,'*,
he said. He would give no reason.
McNichol was a member of the
varsity team from 1914 to 1917, and
was captain for two years.

igan vs. Chinese Students of De-
troit.
Tennis.
2:00-Phelps vs. Clarke (single
final).
WOLVERINE CAGERS TOJ
PLAY AT EAST LANSING
The annual Michigan-Mhigan
State basketball game whic orig-
inally was scheduled to be played
here Feb. 15, has been transferred
to East Lansing, Coach George
Veenker of the Wolverine five an-
nounced today.I

Associated Press Photo
Lou Little
Who is slated to replace Charley
Crowley as head football coach at
Columbia. Little has been teach-
ing the gridiron game sucessfully
at Georgetown this season.
'BADGER RESERVES WILL
PLAY COLLEGE TEAMS
(Special Ito Te L ad,
MADISON, Wis., Dec. 12-Inter-
'collegiate competition for reserve
basketball teams of the University
of Wisconsin was approved by -the
Badger athletic council at its meet-
mg Monday night and Director
George Little was authorized - to
proceed with the formation of a
schedule.
The innovation was proposed by
Dr. Walter E. Meanwell, Wisconsin
varsity basketball coach, who is
confident it will greatly stimulate
interest-in the game.
"The reserve team will be an in-
tegral part of the Varsity basket-
ball organization. Do not call the
I reserves a "B" team,"

in anticipation of the year's open-
er against Washington, Missouri
Valley champion, here Saturday
night. Although the Boilermakers f
upset Don White's crew in an early
season game last year, the Bears
turned right around and won the
Missouri Valley title with an All-
victorious record, in addition to de-
cisively defeating Oklahoma, Big
Six champions, in a pair of tilts,
and Lambert is expecting a real
tussle.
Stretch Murphy and Herman
Boots, regular members of last
year's Purdue five, are practically
certain of starting against Wash-
ington, but there is some doubt
whether Glen Iarmeson, flashy for-
ward, will be in the fray, as he has
been given a long "recuperation"
period to rest up from football, and
it is doubtful whether he will be in
shape for the season's opener.
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