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DECEMBER 15, 1929




Defeat by Frosh Squad Giv
Gloomy Aspect to Hopes
of Michigan Fans.
Followers of intercollegiate hoc]
eydom will look with much intere
on the performance of Coach E
die Lowrey's Wolverine sextet
when the Michigan pucksters clas
with the University of Western
Ontario tomorrow evening at th
The Wolverine forces, faced wit
the stiffest schedule ever attempte
by the Michigan combination, wi
take the ice the underdog. Wester
Ontario, twice winner over th
Wolves in successive years, boast
another one of her perreniall
strong teams this year. '
Defeat Stratford.
Winner over the Stratford Sen,
iors in their first game of the sea
son a week ago last Thursday, th
Marsden ., coached stickhandler;
turned in a flashy exhibition an
showed themselves capable ofE
high grade of play.
.Suffering an unexpected defea
at the hands of the strong fresh
man icers Friday night, the Maizi
and Blue pucksters have failed t
show a consistent calibre of plan
which would rank them on a pa:
with their Canadian rivals.
Lineups Uncertain.
A stiff battle for positions on th
lineup against the Ontario combi-
nation leaves much conjecture
surrounding the definite makeup
of the Wolverine sextette which wil
:take the ice when the whistle
sounds for the first time this year
Monday night. Tompkins will prob-
ably draw the goalie assignment
-with the veterans Bryant and
Hart at the defense posts. Curtis
and Schalanderer have a slight
edge in the race for the wing posi-
tions with the veteran Joseph as-
sured of the center berth.
News from the London, Ontario,
camp indicate that Jewell will start
as goalie, Wahlem and Stewart at
defense positions, Tieman and
Armstrong on the wings and Sch-
narr at center. Other men who
should break into the Western On-
tario lineup are Savard and Sin-
clair, defense stars, and - Yendle,
hard shooting line performer.

'v~th heidea of elim1inating ath-i
Se e n t h c h w l l drst y i -L A
Iu c vhte scolstc nd-C A M P USMAT [T MEE
e f A vors of .,eeathletes hee oned ;., tlc tae Scor""
Onsy 1 o e i Four Members of Varsity Prop
and field meet which was orig inally
carded for May 30 and 31 will be neligible to Compete hun
shifted back one week to be held in Tournament.. th4.
on May 23 and 24. hard'
Word of this change comes from FINALS DUE WEDNESDAY cons:
k- the office of Director Yost, chair- Big
st man of the Conference committee About 60 men have already sig- ence
d- in cl rge of the scheduling of the nified their intention of entering;nine
te ninald p ture, the annual fall all-campus wrest- nine
r:;., ; This departure in plan~s from the' u
h original schedule drawn up a week !ng meet which is scheduled to
ago at the Big Ten winter meeting start Tuesday, Coach Cliff Keen an-b
e )4< will eliminate the dual cinder- !nounced yesterday. This meet is Pu
':r ,, ." path encounter slated for May 24, open to any student of the Univer- recor
-: between Ohio State and Michigan st wohstunot wn aofUirt-
',h Jimmy Pihalen. at Ann Arbor. Such a change xvillsity whogua not won a major let-r
d Coach of the Western Confer-. limit the dual outdoor attempts of ter in wrestling and the Michigan...guar
ll ence football champions, Purdue, the Wolverine thinclads to the Illi- coach expects that 80 matmen will p
n will not return to the Boilermakers nois and Minnesota events. compete in the event. nxflb witkuted TeosfhBcyaa ofling
e t al ut w take te Weighing in for the tournamentHack ilson.Gulli
ties of head football coach at the Ann Arbor will rob- the Wolverine Tehngifotetura ntacWlsninGu9'.
s University of Washington. Coach supporters of the sepctacle the will begin tomorrow afternoon Cub and White Sox rivalry in m 19
1Phalen's scesIn onde, u pginJn
y P n'success in rounding out promised renewal of the "race of with each contestant being allow- Chicago will have an airing in Jan-
championship eleven at Purdue, the century" between Ohio's speed ed five pounds over the weight in uary it appears now that hack ing g
the first they have ever had, marks marvel, George Simpson, and the which he. will compete. Starting Wilson has agreed to battle the re- ; little
t- him as one of the outstanding dusky Maize and Blue flyer. Eddie . h
- young coaches of the country. Tolan, in the sprint events. Tuesday afternoon at 4:00 o'clock tiring Shires who recently scored a the t
e; -------~in the wrestling room at the In- 13-second knockout in his debut as a c
ROCKNE HAS NOTEWORTHY RECORD tramual building the preliminary a fighter in the ring instead of the the F
CK I W E ODdmatches will be run cff so that allj bail field. -head
a AS COAC OF NOTRE DAME TEAMSI matches before the semi-finals will "Sonny Boy" Wilson is to get came
be completed that day. Wednesday $10,000 and a $1,000 in training ex- score
,00 poinanin e
d,------- - at 4 these events are scheduled ni r ha point
- Indiana, Navy, Wisconsin, Carne- tied. 2,582 points have fallen to with the finals for the champion- penses while Sir Arthur" will have La
e gie Tech, Georgia Tech, Drake, th lot of Notre Dame while its ship slated for the same evening. his revenue determined by the gate. all of
o Southern California, Northwestern, ' The eligibility rules for this tour- Shires, whose retiring nature the
Y and Army, on successive Satur- opponents (of whom there have namept will exclude only four men make s him call loudly for Tunney's point
r days, met and fell before the at-- been 112) were scoring a meaeger from the Varsity squad since Cap- return to the ring to be punished a neN
tack of Notre Dame this fall. Every 593. In 1919, 1920, 1924 and this tain Hewitt, Kelly, Parker, and severely by said Mr. Shires, is ing r
one of them a major eleven in its, year, the Irish have gone through McGilliard are the only lettermen quoted as saying that the pudgey hono
e own section of the country, not one th* wd *hi returning for intercollegiate com- Cub outfielder will lose sight of scorn
of them could compare with that the season without a defeat, while petition this year. boxing gloves in much the same Lax
e fighting, undefeated i cam from more than one game per season Gold medals will be furnished to manner that Wilson lost sight of for t
South Bend. has been lost only twice in the 12 the winners of the various weights baseballs during a recent and rath- I Purd'
l To Knute Rockne, one of the years. Coach Keen stated. A time advan- er disastrous World Series, disas- ball
greatest of all coaches of the pop- Such credit as there is must go tage of one minute will be neces- erous at least for Wilson and the have
ular autumn sport, must go the to Rockne. Over all these years it sary to gain a decision in one of Cubs. The fight date is not yet onec
credit for this wonderful achieve- is not probable that such stars the matches. fixed.
ment. Had this happened for only would continue to be developed -
I a single season it would have been that would give the school such a -
possible to lay the success of Notre great record, were it not for the
Dame's record to a wonderful group fact that one person, a genius in
of players. But it has happened, hiss 'ine, were there to develop them.
consistently over the twelve year Rockne is the genius.
period that Rockne has coached Rockne has been known for
the Irish; iin that nerind fniuri n-, v'c c nen of thn rreratefcyst r, - ex on-

rdue Cagers Famous'
FAYETTE Id, Dc 14- Pur- D P Y RI
Univ crsity -the Homne of H-igh6tPIiyP, L
ers, - Ward Lambert, Esq.,
might well be the sign Freshman Guards and Pivot Men
g over the door that leads to Boost Varsity Prospects
office of Piggy Lambert, astute
xwood strategist whose Boiler- for Next Year.
er basketball squads have been
istent title contenders in the DRILL' FUNDAMENTALS
Ten. A glance at the confer-
scoring records for the past Michigan's chances of remaining
years shows that in six of the among the select in conference
years Lambert-developed Pur- basketball circles for the next tw:N
players have been at the top or three years are considerably
he heap in the annual scram- brightened by the talent uncovered
for individual scoring honors.! thus far among the, freshman bas-
rdue's remarkable high score keteers. Though it is still rather
rd of recent years started back premature to predict the latent
921 when Don White, floor! possibilities which may develop
d, propelled the leather sphere among Coach Fisher's men their
ugh the iron hoop for more performances have been rather
ts than any other Big Ten gratifying to date. On one after-
er. The following year, Blair noon just before the varsity en-
on, center, led the pack, but countered Ohio-Wesleyan the fresh-
23 one of those rare lapses oc- man took on both the varsity and
ed when a Boilermaker did not the "B" team and emerged quite
hon top. In 1924, George Spald- successfully from both contests.
forged to the front, slipped a Coach Fisher has managed to
in 1925, but again climbed to pare his squad down to 23 men and
op and tied for scoring honors intends to reduce it still further be-
926. Wilbur Cummins, playing fore many days have passed. In
enter his sophomore year, put order to bring the squad into more
Boilermaker colors at the'mast manageable proportions it will be
1in 1927, and Stretch Murphy necessary to eliminate three or
within an ace of leading the four more candidates.
rs in 1928, missing by a few The guard position, in particular,
ts. seems to be well fortified with cap-
st year, however, Murphy put able ball handlers solving a prob-
f the Big Ten scoring stars in lem which is troubling the varsity
shade when he collected 143, mentor, Coach Veenker to no little
;s in 12 Big Ten games to set extent this winter. Tessmer, al-
w season individual higfi scor- ready known his ability on the
record and give Purdue the gridiron with the Physical Ed eleven
r of leading the individual during the past season, Altenhof,
Lg race six out of nine yearm Shaw and Quinn have been able
mbert is almost as well known to convince Coach Fisher that they
he men he has developed at comprehend the finer points of the
lue as for his winning basket- cage game. For center there are
teams. Eight of his players three outstanding candidates Man-
been unanimous choices, for uel, another football player who
or more years, on All-Confer- may make a good end for next
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p u- jullS t.Uiiu- 41yars as o 6VIUVle g p
beaten teams have been turned out ents of the game. His plays have
by this man who has had unparal-; attained prominence and his stra-
leled success as a college gridiron tegy has become famous until it is
mentor. employed by hundreds of high
Over this twelve year period, school and college elevens through-
Notre Dame's record has been am- out the nation. More Notre Dame
azing. Ninety-five games have been players are now employed os college
won by the South Bend institution, coaches than the products ,of any
12 have been lost, and 5 have been other college team in the country.

that here's a break for you

After Vacateon


all thos. heath suits and

asgod as

o'coats greatly



come in early and get
what you want
they are all new




and with no inconvenience
to you
Christmas vacation is just the time to have all
of your linens, blankets, and furnishings laundered.
Trojan will be glad to deliver them to you the day
before classes begin.
And while you are at it-why not include your
personal wardrobe.

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