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WILL1 PREPARE FURH
MINNESOTA SET To.
No Games Scheduled During
Vacation Period to Give
Chaice for Practice,
MINNESOTA IS STRONG
Terminating their pre-holiday
basketball activities with the Albion
game last night, the Michigan var-
sity cagers will not hold practice
sessions again until December 26,
at which time Coach Veenker ex-
pects the squad back in Ann Ar-
bor ready to resume preparation
for the Minnesota tilt on January
6 at Minneapolis.
The vacation extended the Wol-
verine varsity is slightly longer
than usual this year in as much a
Coach Veenker believes that the
psycological effect will be of more
importance than the one or two
extra practice sessions that would
be afforded by a shorter layoff.
Gophers Beported Strong.
Reports from Minneapolis are to
the effect that Minnesota has a
much better team than was ex-,
pected at the opening of the sea-
son when Coach MacMillan found
that he had only two veterans re-
turning for the 1929-30 campaign.
Development of the raw material
during the past few weeks have
given the Gophers a much brighter
outlook on life.j
The new lease on life given the
Gopners by their early season suc-
cess has made an impression in the
Wolverine camp and the 10 days
after vacation during wlich the
Michigan team will practice will be
utilized to the utmost in an en-
deavor to insure no upset when the I
squad journeys to Minneapolis.
The reserves on the Wolverine
"A" squad will see action in a game1
with Detroit City college on Jan.
4 according to recent announce I
ments. It was formerly reported I
that the "B" team was to play the
Detroiters on this date. So far no
other games have been arranged
for the Varsity between the time
they resume practice and the op-
ening Western Conference game
and it is unlikely that any will be
scheduled.j
Two Veterans Back,
At the beginning of the season'
Coach MacMillan, Minnesota.men-
tor, was faced with the problem of
building a formidible team around
onliy two lettermen from last years
squad. Loose and Scheie, forwards,
were the only Gopher lettermen out
of the list of six who were eligible
to play this semester.
Unpromising as the material at
hand looked at the beginning of the
season the Gophers maiaged to de
feat the North Dakota Aggies by an
overwhelming score and last Sat-
urday conquered the University of
North Dakota quintet, a team which
last year whipped Minnesonta rath-
er badly, by a 34 to 25 score.-
Sommer, a football player and
new forward on the basketball
team, stared in both of these con-
(Continued on Page 7)
DRUGS

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UMV Varsity Gets rATHLETIC CONTESTSD ll
Two More Cage GamesI DURING VACATON
Ann A b r on January 17.7 and the1l t MTIr
other in Detroit on January 23hockey.
have been, scheduled with the Ad- Coaches From All Over Country Dc. 30-Yale a e Placi Chicago Billiard Star Finally
Dec. 31-Yale at Lake Placid. F Ina
ams Avenue Y.M.C.A by the Mich- to Gather in New York Jn. 1-Yale at Lake Placid. Stopped at Detroit by
igan Junior Varsity basketball; December 30. Jan. 3-Colgate, there. Former Champion.?
quintet. The Adams team was the Jan. 4-Hamilton, there.
winner last year of the city of De- KIPKE, WIEMAN TO GO ATHLETIC CONTESTS THE ARE NOW TIED FOR TITLE
troit amateur championship.-- --_-
In order to make room for the e Mting in conference to discuss WEEK AFTER VACATION . (p retima ro frrh
n ,, all of the important practical foot- jbasketball. IETROIT, Dec. 19-Erwin Ru-i
games with -the Michigan "!ball problems that go to makef Jan. G--Minnesota, there. 1 - fphOf ccg 19-alwy Ru-
team, it was necessary for the Y.M. up the sport. the Amerk an Foot- Jan. 11-Purdue, there, >oaph of falh w rso-
C.A. outfit to shift its Interbranch junction with the National Colleg- Jan. 8-Michigan 'B' vs. Kal- ert. As areult o 7l Gn-
laumacwthNrhrfrmiate Athletic Associationx, the So- amazon, there. leaf's victory by' 125 to 79 in 10 i
au t nrThe m ciety o Directors of Physial Ed- Jan. 11-Michigan "B" vs lM. innings at the Recreation last night
[Januaryu23 to January 25. The team ucatien in Colleges, and the Amer- S. N. C., there. the two players now are tied as the
is at the present preparing for its ican Student 1health Association. Hockey, world's champion.ship cournamenti
opening game with Central State will hold its annual meeting on Jan. 10-Michigan Tech, here. sndswifh six gamgs won and oie
Teachers' College of Mt. Pleasant, December 30, at the Hotel Astor, in Jan. 11-Michigan Tech, here. lost. Thi playoff is set for ,-
to -be played. on Saturday igiht. Nlew Yoik City. Wetig
S;ydd g' Ovre 575 coaches, from all over Jan. 11-Franklin and Mar- night.
The Michigan "B" team has been the country are expected to be I shal, there. Greenleaf was the superior toC
drilling for the most part on hand- present when the meeting opens, Jan 13.-Princeton, there. iudolph under the severe strain.
ling the ball, that being the, main 150 active members and 425 asso- _ e broke away with a run of 89 ins
weakness uncovered in the first ith me iain.bfYeistenoated nthe third innzing but this advranrtage
contest of the season against Kala- t Associin Th i a cti i ioon wi ivtdown henIRdolph
mao.CahCutrgtatiu-members includes the head football -ii U I~L~J soon was cut down when Rudolph
mazoo. Coach Courtright attribut- coaches in universities and col- replied with 54 in his half. A. duell
ed the low score of this game, 14-11, leges that are members of National i. r r of safety followed with a few
as the direct result of the many Collegiate Athletic Association, s1lscratches thrown in. Rudolph be-
IMisplays in handling the ball . !while the actives number those gan to feel the strain and three
At the present time the Michi- men who coach non-member gaies'dorfnglthestaiatdheed
gan lineup is composed of Pendell schools and the assistant coaches First Year Men Outplay Reg-
and Lindsay, forwards, Horrell, of N. C. A. A. institutions. About on easy shots. Greenleaf, on the
center, and Justice and Coombe, 50 men, none of whom are actively lars in First Half of Fast other hand, was confident and
guards. As reserves Coach Court- 5 engaged in the coaching line at 32-22 Contest. careful. He, played with plenty of
right has Hole and Weinstein, for- I present, but all of whom are close- slill and self assurance.
wards, Arnold, center, and Tyler ly affiliated with football, are also Coach Veenker's Varsity whipped During that run of [9 it seemed
and Lytle, guards. Of extra men, expected to attend the meetings.. the freshmen in a fast game yes- n
Weinstein and Lytle stand the best Grid Coaches to Meet. ;teray afternoon. The contest was certain that Greenleaf was going
chance of displacing any of the The ninth annual meeting of the I hard and close throughout, the re- to run out the game and that the I
regulars. American Football Coaches Asso- suit being in doubt until the final final score would be 125 to 8. On!
ciation will get under way Monday whistle. The first year men out- his 90th shot which was the seven
morning, Dec. 30, under the leader- ball in the ner at the foot of
est oint Gri ers ship of Hugo Bezdek, of Pen played the Varsity throughout the htable he overct the ball in an
Practice During Trip State, the president for this year. first period but tired near the end effoart to get position the ba k
---Elton E. (Tad) Wieman, Adviser in and the regulars made ten points efo- t ge theosition but
( jy A tciated Irs) Physical Education at the Univer- in five minutes to win, 32-22. missed the seven.
WEST POINT, N. Y., Dec.. 19 - sity of Michigan, isthe secretary- Coach Fisher has had a remark- Rudolph made the 13, then ran
The- Army football squad, 110 treasurer for the current season. able success with this year's fresh-' 'jwn and got fine. position behindI
strong, was enroute today on the On, the morning of the date of man team. Manuel, Evebrook, and -he seven. He pocketed the ball(
longest trip ever taken by the grid- opening, the assembled coaches Shaw are especially good and dur- Lnd his cue ball ricochetted up the
iron warriors of the Military Acad- will hear the reports of the stand- ing the first stanza scored almost gable, crashed into the bunch and
emy. They were due to reach Gales-ing committees and the various re- at will over their more experienced he was off on his run that termin-
burg, Ill., .yesterday on the first lega t ports of the nine districts into j opponents. asy st 54 whenhe failed on an
of the trip to Palo Alto, Calif., which the country is divided. The The game was exceedingly rough easy shot in the side.
where they will encounter Stan- Official's Committee, under the' perhaps because the rival coaches __ -
jord in the final game of the foot- chairmanship of HI. O. (Pat) Page, urged their men on from the side- NEW YORK.-Genc Tunney has
ball season, Dec. 28. of Indiana, the Ethics Committee, lines. "Dutch" Kanitz, the short- been ordered by his doctor to un-
The departure. of the "West 'Point ; with A. J. Sampson, of Tufts, as est man in the game held his own, dergo a complete rest after an in-
special," a 13 car train which pro- chairman, the Stabilizing Commit- bowling his man over quite regu- jury sustained aboard ship while;
vides every possible comfort for tee under the leadership of Dan larly. Truskowski was also excep- returning to the United States ag
a travelling football team, was M .Gugin, of Vanderbilt, the Rules tionally belligerent. grivating an old kidney injury.
made a ceremonial occasion yester- ' ,n,, .1-i---'..,-..,...h--
day - ~ ."Jit hiLCC hI~LI hZL O.11I

InrmrlItems MATMENIN O IijNLY-
C+reat emphasis is being:;placed i i C1AMPI8NSIIPS
onz Ohe prmoin -f1nrink-11"I
athletics for the Independents on Two Draws, Two Falls and Four
the campus. A special all yeah point D tur a t
system has been worked out follw- Dcisions Fature at

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ing the same idea as the frater- 41ouriau
nity point system. Nine sports are
listed in the all year program. At LAURENE IS

ent.

INr'JURED

present there 18 teams playing in New champions of the at were
a volley ball tournament, crowned in six of the eight weight
When Xi Psi Phi sent their entry classes in the all-campus wrestling
in for hockey they gave notice to finals held yesterday afternoon in
last year's Intramural champions,; the Intramural Building.There
Les Canadians, that a new clham- were two matches won by falls,
pion would be crowned at the end two ended in draws, three were de-
of the hockey season. In the final cided by decisions and one was
game that year Xi Psi Phi met die- won by default due to an injured
feat at the hand of Les Canadians rib which forced the loser to with-
and they are out to pay off a debi, draw during the bout.
this year. In the 120 lb. division Aldinger
One other team seems to have 'upset the dope by pinning Kirmiria
put in their name for champion- jto the mat in 5:06. For the opening
ship consideration. This is Theta two minufes neither was able to ob-
Chi fraternity. They have lined up tain an advantage so that Aldinger,
a very promising array of players! losing the toss, went under. Prov-
and look, like a strong aggregation. ing to be too good for his opponent
Other entries in the hockey ( Aldinger broke loose after a mo-
league to (late are Chi Psi, Alpha ment or so and forced Kirimiria's
Delta Phi and the Misfits. shoulders to the mat just after the
---- --- time had half elapsed. For the rest
W estern AllStars to of the ten minute period Aldinge'
® eO held the upper hand never permit-
Start rid Practice ting his opponent to gain the ad-
vantage.
(PRy A oei ,tl Prce;) I Otto and Swanston after a bitter
SAN FRANCISCO, Dec. 19- With R struggle concluded their bout in
all but three of the 22 men se- the 130 pound class all even. So
lected for the western team in the close was the match that Swanston
all-star east-west football game held the advantage for several min-
here New Year's day already re- utes in the early part of the match
ported, the westerners plan to open but finally Otto broke loose. After
intensive practice sessions by the d
end of the week. aminute or two Otto obtained ,the
Gilmore, Oregon State college 'advantage to hold the upper hand
halfback; StriUf, Oregon State end,
and Churchill, Oklahoma end, have a draw.
been delayed by the necessity of An injured rib forced Laurence
taking semester examinations, tut to cede the 140 pound champion-
are expected here tomorrow. ship to Woodward in the final mm-
The eastern team, in charge of 'ute of the match. Woodward took
Andy Kerr, of Colgate and Dick the advantage after a minute and
Hanley of Northwestern, was to ar- a half but lost it a few seconds
rive here this morning. There are later. The match approached the
32 persons in the party, including closing moments when Woodward
Maj. John L. Griffith, football com- in attempting to get the upper
missioner of the Western confer- hand inadvertedly injured Lau-
ence.- rence's mid-,section forcing the
latter to withdraw.
I CHAMPAIGN-Doug ,Mills, Illi- In the 150 pound class Benz dis-
nois basketball captain and guard played a definite superiority to win
will be out of the game until Feb- by a 4:45 time advantage. After
mrary it was announced yesterday. a few spectacular clashes in which
Poo physical condition was given Heims obtained a momentary ad-

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Ca. omm tee, wne n as uenn
The arrival of the train at Gales- Thistlewaite, of Wisconsin, as
burg at 3 o'clock yesterday was an- chairman, and the Membership
other important occasion. The Committee, which has Lou Little,
players, officials and others who present Columbia mentor and late
i bring the party to a total of 110 of Georgetown, as its head, all will
members4 were the guests of the give their reports. In addition to
city. Mayor Max J. Mack, Chamber these several other smaller com-
of Commerce officials and the pres- mittees will be called upon for their
idents of Galesburg's two colleges, various reports. Two special reports
Albert Britt of Knox and George will also be given.
Davis of Lombard, compose a wel- Rules Committee Reports.
coming committee. They escorted Of these various committees, the
the team to Knox field for prac- Rules Committee is probably the
tice. (Continued on Page 7)
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