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WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER, 18, 1929

"TI- E MICHIGAN

DAILY

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Spirited Competition Marks
Annual Fights for Campus #
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FINALS SET FOR TODAY
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als emblamatical of the campusI
wchampionship.
Summaries of the tournament so
for:
118 Pound Class.
Texera di. Todias, fall, 3:07.

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owa, Claims That Athletes Wecre
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EAST LANSING, Dec. 18.-Mich-; football game at Soldie'r fe'Ci- tykefor Cpiasgs hoay6.5Ca
igan state athletic officials corn- c , etOcoe --E.C to, taefurpssn-s.Poe -62
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Iowa's bone of contention over i'''"..<.''...'.'.
Aldinger d. Hawkins, fall, 1:06.
the elil'gibility of 13 Hawkeye ath- it~' 128 1 ounrl tCass.
fetes outlawed last week by the i !.. :Sanston d. Bush, fall, 5:07
board in control of athletics of the Jacobson d. Vincent, decision, ad-!
University will be brought to the'. vantage :08.
attention of the eligibility commit- ____ Otto d. Silver, fall 5:47.t
teeof theWeter Cofeenc on""Richards d. Kerruish', decision,
tee f .he Wsten Cofernce n HwardPoeadvantage 1:12.
January -9, according to a state-JoGebsHwrPeDutndOvofal:4
ment issued by C. C. Williams, the The two Wolverine gridders'who were selected by Phelan for berths Duston d;vestFall:3.
chimn fte oabor. on his all-star eleven which plays a similar team from the Southwest 130nPund;. FirsowFall:.
caraofteIwbor. Rin Dallas, are ready to leave for the south. Al Steinke, who also had Sakadd anw al:0
The athletes were declared in- an invitation to play in this annual beneft game, refusedin order to1 Haliday d. B. Smith, fall 5:28.
eligible by'thie Haxvkeye committee trt(nhswetig Lawrence d. Gans, fall 1:12.
for participation in the benefits of !concentrateonhiwrestling Gravelle c. Wilson, fall.
a trust fund in the firm of per- ___________________________________- Woodard d. Yaffee, fall 6:24.
Bonal loans. S[talker d. Wornell, decision, ad-
Arrangements for *th visit of the I { vantage of 3:45.__________________
Conference committee were made « . arson d. Maffius, fall 3:59.-
in a long distance telephone con-;j rttrarrmu ral N e wa ; Bown d. Case, fall 3:10.
Versation between Dean Williams ! econd Round.
land Prof. Thomas French of Ohio j " , Salker di Brown, fall 3:10.
Mtate, bhaiirman of the eligibilityVolyb Shanklandl d. Haliday, ffall 1:38.
carnOtte. honillCity -eFateniteTrk Lawrence cd. Gravelle, fall 1:58.
'cnOitetltorwmel ersit of CthyJhsntoM e ekTitle Goes to "i(it Woodard d.Larson,
to, conduct the invstgtio are in Final Squash Game l!Vantage of 1:47.deiona-
jrf .FlLn fNrtwsen Trigon defeated Beta Theta Pi1 148 Pound Class; First Round.
aid Prof. Ralph Aigler of the. Uni-! J. B. Johnson of Gates- Mills, Mna night and became the! Benz d. Neuman, fall 2:20.
"versity of Michigan. Ohio, will meet J. S. Beck, Bramp- MoatryvoeyrblchminiHmd.onrfl2:3
Power Is Questioned. ton, Ontario, in the finals of the
In light of the methods employ- All-Campus squash tournament. Trigon looked like they were un-I Alemi0 cd. Schocte, fall 4:20.
,d in somewhat similar cases by 'Johnson advanced to the finals by beatable all through the tourna-I Barns d. Dality, fall 2:45. 1
the Western Conference during the defeating Reindell while Beck nos- mnent but Betas took one game a Wilson d. J. Jones, fall :51.
post few years it is thought that ed out Jones. This match will be jBso .Shtsadfl :0
'the conference committee will; played this afternoon. Johnson is from them. It was a very excitingi Schalk d. T. Jones, default.
have no power to reinstate the' favored to take the title due to his) match thiroughout. This brought( Second Round.
Hawkeye athletes even if it shouldi moire consistent playing. to a climax the best season of vol-{ Wilson d. Barns, fall 2:35.
'decide in their favor after the in- ley ball the department has ever1 Benz d. Schalk, fall 2: 50.
"vestigation, January 9. Bishop d. Kay, fall 6:05.
Five Handball Teams had. Fifty-five fraternity tas
=fit will be necessary for the corn- fr tHeimncd. Alaimo, fal 1:44.
mittee to refer the matter back to Fightfo Supremacy took part in te payos.Atpre-1 158 Pound Class; First Round.
th'e individual members of the ent eighteen independent teams1 Muehlig d. Stevens, decision, ad-
Ooeresince for a final decision th U©*Ifraternity handball is nearly and nine class teams are compet-! vantage of 1:20.
teqeto.OfcasothUn-completed with five teams still in ing. Eggers d. Brown, decision, advan-
versity of Iowa are hopeful that! the running. Phi Beta Delta is in I The lineup of the championship tage of 2:51.
'the matter can be brought to a the semi-finals awaiting the Sigmai Reif d. Swenton, fall 21:10.
cohiclusion prom~ptly by mnail or as{ Alpha Mu-Phi Beta Pi match. Tgamec.Thta RuSond oesnald2.
telegraphic ballot among the, rgnBtaTeaP In the upper bracket Phi Delta Evln"...R.....Wls rker c . Adasweisionladva8-
schools 'instead of being comnpelled. h mes .imaDlt apain elaem .. ....CF........B Wlcs
to wait until the next conference( a semi-final match. At the begin-j Webster....LF...... Landrum tage of 6:05.
mneeting to be held in Chicago in of thec tournament Phi Delta Dogl....B...pulin Bosia d. Reif, decision, advan-
sometime in May for a decision. PiwspikdasteloiaDwn oyvaig.......RB .......paldno g f2:5
'As yet the details of the investiga-an todtthyavcmeBlri. ...Brat 168 Pound Class; First Round.
tioin to be carried Out by t e z esa d t ae theyOhthrough.B llIndthe . finaL Bo........ ..ryanhatic.A sal al :0
ference committee z .n its visit t ___toour nmhe fnlsigmathe consolation BOmircd. a,decision,3ad
Iowa-City are somewhat hazy but tournament________Sigma__ Alpha MVu wasBrcmed.Wydciona-i
it is 'thought that each of the ath- icoiu over Delta Alpha Epsi- vantageof1 4:05.
1e1 ocre{wl esbete ~ ut icoiu ooe Sigerfoos cd. Kaufman, fall 2:10.
fee ocre ilb ujce o w ae ooe to a personal cross examination - lon two games ei Ponkedi.Class; First Round.
'before the board.j --WO V RN PUCK' S
' vantage 4:40.
,Qualification Stressed. Volley Ball Heavyweight Class.
Iowa's chief hope for the rein-i Sigma Alpha Mu defeated Delta TEM rvln i tcdrfl ~6
statemen-t of the outlawed athletes Alpha Epsilon, 3-15, 15-7, 15-10;,_________
lies in the contention that the men Trrigon defeated Beta Theta Pi, 15-' CniudFo ae6
who borrowed the money from~ the, 10, 6-15, 15-7; Sr. Dents '(Moss) de-(CniudFo Pae6
trust fhind were innocent of any'fae Frosh. Engrs. (Haefele), 15- speed.'
intention to violate the conference, ,15-12; Frosh. Lits (Schultz) de-' Curtis, Schlanderer,a~id Nygard}=4
rules and were under the impres- feated Junior Dents (Collins), 15-3, all looked good at the wing against;
sion that their loans were made by 1 16-14; Chinese ,Students "A" de- Western Ontario, and for the first,
the bank in which the fund was{ feated A. R. Judd (default) ; Chi- time since Lowry become coach at ?
kept. nese Students -"B" defeated Red- Michigan went out to cover up
According to various reports it ness, 15-3, 15-0; Steinberg defeat- their chiecks as they should. Schlan-i
was:the failure on 'the part of the!; ed Hens, 15-8, 15-10; Carpenter de- ' derer was a great improvement over /
Hakeye board in control of ath- feated McCarroll, 15-11, 4-15, 15-3.I last season, the veteran showing
1 . etos 'to declare these athletes in-I Handball. I much more ability to keep his feet'
eligible which was the major fac-t Lait-Seager defeated Cohen-, after checking an" oppnn hn
tor in conference committee's de- Goodman, 21-7, 21-20; Fechheimer- heopdidebefore.'
cion to reject Iowa's plea for re- Solomon defeated Cohlen-Schraef- Ii'W E
instatement in the good graces of ter', 21-8, 21-10; Wl-lleler-Berkowitz Joseph, at center, paired with SW E'
the conference at the Chicago Idefeated Roehm-Wilson, 2-, t1hLeninrettintwoevniga lauiny.Qi wa
meeting held on December 7. 118; Singer-Hagenauer defeated thoreofteeein' +ly 1HGBA1~~1KR
Iowa's hofpes for a successful IGilbert-Brefed 2-1,2- --- ( IhrIhaala eR lrouuBarpunlo hrit eesti.
-Berhen-ield, 21-1al21-9; - - + uhato,on o the r ap
cage season wr rather effectively 'Moore-Brown defeated Einhomn- 1,.,tut.P-a, arolcnt~,P t, ,«,~Ppe «eA
sqtlelehed when the Hawkeye ath- 'Weiner, 21-7, 21-6; Gorelick-Part Christmas "ella. log life are- eosatia.l
letic 'board put the ban on four defeated Fleischer- imon, 23-6. 2- : P e nt bt a c lood1on lnd aretoobe ba
regu.lars and two reserves nees- 110. daehtl r n ~rai r ob a
sitating the entire re-organization 'Squash pee1r JAMES AN FOSTERt t I Ct~ o6y rAf iery a
of the quintet. One of the chief Beck defeated Jones. JA E sop. urcrhoe o'ooi .oste,.
reasons for Iowa's desire for at Johnson defeated Reindel. House of Artu
speedy decision in this matter is to 3 Polonia Circle basketball team ;i H. M. S W L O
get this idl~e talent back into the, will practice at the Intramural ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN I AT ABOMAo tuSS.
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Coach 'Rynearson Must Imtprove
Attack Before 'Game, on
January .11. i
(Sv'Cial to The Dbaily).
fYPSILANTI, Dec. 17--Coach Ry-i
nearson of the Michigan 'Normal j
college basketball team, has a .prob-
1em on his hands in preparing for;
the Hurons' game with Michigan
Blees here January 11.,
Beaten by the Alumni Saturday
night, 32 to 22, the Green and
White team was far from impres-
sive and it is highly probable 'that

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