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December 19, 1929 - Image 6

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Sixteen Bouts Held Yesterday
Leaving One Meet in Each
Class for Today.
Several unusually fine exhibitions
of the grappler's art marked the.
semi-finals of the all-campus,
wrestling tournament held in the;
Intramural building yesterday aft-
ernoon. Due to the exceptional
size of the field entered in the
meet, the finals, which were orig-
inally scheduled to be run off yes-
terday had to be postponed until
this afternoon.1
The owth of interest in wrest-?
ling wg.ch has developed on the{
Michigan campus made itself man- ,
ifest in the talent uncovered in the
tournament. A bigger field, better!
material and better wrestling than
in any of the preceding years char-
acterized the grapplers' tourney. In
contrast with the past when two or
three good men waded through the i
meet with little opposition the,
matches yesterday showed that1
though the field contained no out-
standing stars'there were a host of
good wrestlers in the meet.
Sixteen bouts were run off leav-
ing but one match for each weight'
class, a total of eight finals to be
combleted this afternoon.
The feature bout of the after-
7no bTf . T' ','n ,..iorn nn r I

Hockey aspirations are high ing assignments when the Blue
this year on the New Hssven campus takes the ice against the middle
with four of last years regular stars westerners are Farrell, goalie; Wil-
and a host of strong reserve and
sophomore talent available. As a son, left defense Palmer, left wing;'
result eastern collegiate puck fol- and Luce, center.;
lowers concede Yale a flying start The only apparent weakness in
on the dope books in the race for the Eli roster is the lack of reserve
the hockey diadem of the Atlantic goalie talent. Farrell is a top notch-
The next scheduled encounter of er, but should he be forced to with-
the Eli icers will see the Yale sex- draw Coach Noble would be placed
tette meet Michigan at Lake Pla- in a quandary for neither Cruik-1
cid in the Intercollegiate Winter shank or Sizer have shown consist-
Sports hockey fixture on Dec. 30, ant Varsity ability at the nets.
31, and Jan. 1. 3
Yale defeated practically every
team it played last year on the ice VARSITY BASKETBALL
and this years edition looks several NUMBERS
notches faster than the 1928-29
combination. Due to the gradua- I No. Player
tion of Captain Cady and Curtis, 3-Ricketts.
defense and offense mainstays re- 4-Chapman (c)
spectively of a year ago, Coach 5-Hudson.
Noble has held an inventory of his 6-Jennett.
reserve supply of puck talent and 7-Daniels.
come forth with a wide smile of 8-Lovell.
satisfaction. 9-Orwig
As a result Charley Snead, one 1-Karig-
of last years shock troops, will take 14-Weiss.
over the defense post vacated by 15-Truskowski.
Cady while Iglehart, a sophomore, 18--Jones.
will be seen at the left wing p ,si- 19-Downing.
tion left open by the graduation of
Curtis. mLAFAYETTE, Ind. - Charles
Other men who will draw start- "Stretch" Murphy of Purdue uni-
versity is six feet seven and holds .
COAST EL EVENS the Big Ten all time record with I
143 points in 12 Conference basket-
BOOKFEATURES ball games. I
(£y Associated Press) CHICAGO Ill- In n m t i

With the opening of the Con-1nmeet title and the all-Conference
ference schedule nearly a month meet, has been pretty much a two-
awayand two dual meets alreadyf team affair with the Wolverines
tucked away, the Michigan Var- ' and Wildcats playing the principal
Michigan Cagemen Go Through sity swimming team appears to be rles. In all but one of these sea- Reserves to Play Detroit City
Final Practice Session headed for another Big Nine chain- sons the Michigan tankmen have College in Place of 'B'
for Today's Game. pionship unless its traditional ri- carried off the honors with North- Basketeers.
val, Northwestern, shatters the western the champion on this one
SOPHOMORES ARE GOOD Wolverine hopes. The Wildcats are 1year. Winding up the pre-vacation
the only team in the Conference In ReifWalker, Walaitis Hub- practice sssion with a scrimmage
Whie nt oderng ny eguarwhich is conceded a chance of up-, ley, and Hosmer Coach Matt Mann ngtadwt n ceue
While not ordering any regular setting the Wolverines but this has five dash men who can last night and with one scheduled
scrimmage session yesterday after- chance is strong enough to place anything any other Big Nine school for tonight, the "B" basketball-
noon in preparation for the Albion the two teams on an equal basis can offer in the way of combined team will disband Friday until the
game tonight, Coach Veenker senti in their coming meets. strength. From all indications so holiday season is over and classes
his men through a practice on the For five years the race for the far this season none of these men are resumed again.
plays and individual drill which did Conference swimming champion- have slipped a bit since last year The game scheduled to be played
ship, both in respect to the dual and they seem likely to improve with the Detroit City College on
not give them much rest. After a somewhat before the middle of the January 4 will be played as origin-
rather poor s owing Monday night MISSOUR I GRID season. ally carded, however. with the Var-
drill, the Varsity cage team has Captain Ault, Ladd, McCaffree sity reserves representing Michigan
been showing steady improvement j STAR SUSPENDED and McDonald will carry the major in place of the Junior Varsity
all week and the Wolverine coach E share of the burden for the Maize This is made necessary by a Con-
feels much encouraged over the (By Associated Press) and Blue in the longer swims. Ladd ference ruling which prohibits the
form which his machine has round- COLUMBIA, Mo., Dec. 18.-Louis is the only sophomore in this group "B" teams of toe Big Nine schools
I ino Lee Derry, University of Missouri and McDonald will not be able to competing during Christmas vaca-
Mot of the session yesterday was fottball star under bond on charge compete until next semester due to tion.
spent in polishing the sophomore
hopes into a smoothly working ag- of stealing clothing and jewelry absence at an aviation training Lack of scoring ability and poor
gregation, and with the good show- from a fellow student, was suspend- school. ball handling have proved to be
ing they displayed it appears prob- ed from the university today, for: Two sophomores, Ladd and Val- the chief obstacle which the Junior
able that they will see a great deal failure to attend classes. Dr. M. G. entie, are sharing honors with Varsity will have to hurdle before
of action in the game tonight. This Neale, dean of the school of educa- Warner and Boldt in the back they can hope to compare favora-
outfit started with Jones and Rick- I tion, who made the announcement, stroke events. Two sophomores are bly with other of the strongest
etts at guards, Daniels and Weiss said Derry had attended only one also breaking into the lineup in Western Conference "B" team quin-
at forwards, and Hudson playing class since the close of the football the breast stroke in the persons of tets. Poor floor work was responsi-
floor center, but as the practice ! season. The suspension order is ef- Miller and Stalin, who are closely ble last week for the low score
progresses all of the reserves were fective for the remainder of the pressing the veterans, Goldsmith to which they were held by Kala-
given a chance to show how they f present semester. and Brown, in this event. (Continued on Page 7)






jvu n was roe irweena Lex era and z ' I..- t
miria in the 120 lb. division, with ,SAN FRANCISCO, Dec.17.-Five
the latter emerging as the victor f.ootball games with midwestern
with a time advantage of 2:23 in and eastern colleges have been!
a seven minute bout. All the scheduled for Pacific coast confer-
imatches thus far have been held ence teams in 1930. Dartmouth andt
to seven minutes, but in the finals Notre Dame were the teams select-;
a full ten minute bout will be used. ed to come west. The former will
In the 130. lb. class both Hilliweed meet Stanford November 29, and
and Otto managed to throw their the latter plays University ofk
opponents; before half the allotted Southern California December .t
time was over. The bout between Oregon will meet Drake at Chicagoc
Laurence and Shankland in the 140 October 4. West Virginia will play]
lb. class was filled with action and Oregon State in the East Novem-
gave Laurence opportunity to dis- ber 27 and Stanford will oppose .
play a superior brand of grappling. Minnesota at Minneapolis October
He managed to keep his opponent 11.
on the run most of the time and
won the right to enter the.finals by
a 5:04 time decision. Woodward
won his match in the same divi- Christmas
sion by a fall near the end of the Presents
time limit. J M SF S E
Some real talent will clash in JAMES FOSTER
the 150 lb. class this afternoon
when Benz meets Heim. Both mat- House of Art
men have swept through the oppo- 213 S. State Street
sition with little difficulty winning ANN ARBOR. MICHIGAN
(Continued on Page 7)__

va.t.t , " .- 11 ove LO
speed up the game, the board of
governors of the National Hockey
league have raised the player limit
of each club from 13 to 15, includ-
ing goalies.
COLUMBIA, Mo.-Louis Lee Der-
ry, Missouri football star, under
bond for stealing clothing, has]
been suspended from the universi-
ty for failure to attend classes
since the close of the grid season. 1

worked into the combination.
There will be a short drill this
afternoon Coach Veenker an-
nounced, this session being the last
'one before the players leave for the
Christmas. holidays. However, the
entire Varsity squad will report
back in Ann Arbor December 26, to
take up their preparation for de-
fending their Big Nine crown. For
the rest of the vacation after the
team comes back, Coach Veenker
has ordered two practice sessions a
day to give his men the full bene-
fit of the rest from studies.j
(Continued on Page 7)

The Taper is the Caper This Winter

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