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VARSITY PUC

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LOETHREE JILISOOTBALL RULES JNEWARMY COACH H[[J IIIC ATHLETIC EVENTS W IL
ARE UNCHANGEDI _.___ __ __ _ IpLIVLeUIILIBasketball. WE
TO ~~~Jan. -udehr
TO~~~~~~~ilr LI1ETDoobllrlsOIT 90 il e Jan. -Michigan "B" vs.M. Fr
10 ELIVEESA S IS TOor99 il U LU . ULTHITUaman I tihegr.3 ,til
mrain ucaneaccording toI, ahaeo,_thre.itlePo
PovWeather Conditions Cau t3 he uivrsjy o esLaI~ng Shot and Fol by 0ppo- S. {rcma
Cancellation of Game Athletic Association meeting in 'cti hidOetiePro Jan. 7-Ontario Agies, here. c~
With Colgate. 1conjtunction with Ath eiAmerian f. D S eitincdes lose Tilt. todJans. 10-Michigan Tech, hr 1have s,
____Fobl CahsAscateic nd_____Jan. 11-Michigan Tech, lie
S OH RH MLO ,40several other university Wathletic of tf
SMOHRH MLO ,~ bodies at the Hotel Astor in New . LINDSAY IS INJURED Jan. 11-resln n ar tling.
~York City during the recent holl- tog
Tasting the best in the way ofk day season.'I Looping a lon, side court shot shall, there. tog
eastern intercollegiate puckc compe- CacI thIhoplae heta. 13-Princeton, there. not pi
titionr Michigan's hockeycapin Coh Bill Aexaner of G~eorga,1hogtehople inth third -
camptre Snayngt ihaig'Tech was chosen to succeed IHugo 4.,ovrimepeioa etoi ity ol Coeanrnrun
er eundSnayngtwt ,ezdekc of Penn State as president peio,( DtritCiyr' L hands
record orfttnree losses and a single of the American Foot ball Coaches , lege player gave his team a 19-16, Rtrnls in Good Shae score
Wi. ~Association, while W. I. Cowell of ,dcso vrteWleiejno ___rather
After dropping three games tNeHampshire as the successor of ;Varsity last Wednesday at the field Freshman basketball again open- holder
Yale, international intercollegiate Elton E. (Tfad) Wieiart of Michi- ; - ;hose in the second "B" game of ed up Monday after te to week M ch4g
titleholders, oai the ice of famousigan as secretary treasurer. ,tesao.Wt h cr ida rs.Tesudwihi ag m
Lake Placid in the puck fixture of th esn ihtesar ida!rs.tesua hc salrefl
Comtterpot wr1ivn6 at the end of the regulaion time one turned 'Out to resume prctice
the annual Colege Whiter Sports, during the morning session, while t ot n
Week on Decci beiĀ° 30, 31, and Jan7 talks on offense and defense were thoe two. suads fought through two I wi h areal that has marked their sin ra
1, the Wolverine stickhandlers re-,delivered in the afternoon mneeting. I vertime. sessions without a score i ply thro ghot the year. efore th h
ii Ccl in tgoodl order from 7their in- The offensive group, under the di- until the Detroit player caged his! the vacation the yearlings in a f Shooti
vasionT of the eastern sector byj retion of Bob Zuppke of Illinoi I try from the foor and addedl one scrimmage against the Varsityf'nl '
drubbing the strong Hamilton 'Col- ,heard talks by JKruz of Penn State, ! aj RaphSasse, pito fu ormitda e rvdtatteyr a togaNorthv
leg e sextette Saturday night at 'Stulcrehrer of Villanova, Steve-' Forpointeoberofocoachingtstafa, heshotrosquadatMichigarehas hadrorg v rnt
Clinton, New York. Poor weather o Yle asy fU vac, nKn ci cd ibfi onesoawhongiveffs Ihotygo
conditions, forced a cancella tion ofI Kipke of Michigan. Gil Dobie of wilsced1kTJns h ieup Inblt to make go on free eral years. In this game they out- W1hl
the scheduled encounter for Jan-; Cornell and Pat Page of Indiana I iis pst as coach of the Army foot- throws lost Michigan several; played the Varsity during the first the W
Team Woy :eittClg te akd ndfnepa.Ld en ~i r. chances to cop. the game, although half and were only stoppe din the cagers
TeWretr ---__ -- Coach Cou trighit stated that the last period when the Varsity pt vci
In dropping the thrce-game series -- ' G-# hicagi
to the Eli pucksters the Wolverines RULLE TO ELIMINATE POINT AFTER IVarsity. reserves, who played for them down to p .U3-22 defeat. sl~owe
showed an improved team play T U H O N A K D B O M T I the Maize and Blue since the innr- Coach May Fisher is wecll pleased over l
which was featured by the able of- I 1or varsity agers are not allowed? with the form that his crew is In l
Pensive play of Nygord and Joseph ((Sgpeci I t Te ;;," +__-___..to return early, did not display the sofrti eradi Confer
rand the defensive performances of Madison, Wis. - Glenn Thistl - (G5 Lie ne in wieh echr team I form which had been expected of planning tinld .rT ,. i ec -
Cap ltain Bryant and Hart. Thie them. Mtrdon, Jennett, Jone, panngt nit ow~cii ell -s
.;oe -,10 82 huhoethlwaite, head coach of theUn1 ev>;uved,t one o!I fr moreT touichdcowns Downing, Ricketts, Torrell, and maes with both the Varsity and sct
,sided may be largely laid to _1 th it of Wisconsin, wrote the report; and1t,7 whichi resulted in scoreless lLindsay performed for Michigan,I the "B" team dring the reman-
great advantage which the Eli icers which was made by the rules corn ties. Tii addition, 43 games were Lindsay sufering an injury which der of the season. BASIt
held with a squad of 18 capable i mittee of the National Football detcidedl by one point. Th le 24 1-2 perwilpobykephmfmte Although the squad is made uip
players who were alternated with a i Coaches' association in New Yfork, cent of all possible ties were dlecitd- aamnzootCllegetgam thiWe-osvereal pepat anhghprschool Ja
vie ofoutspeeding their middle1 edyngt tr hr r ttepeetn a
western rivals. adoaigteaoiio$fte-r db ti nseilpa. oach Courtrights hief worry1 outstanding players but there are at Ja
Yale Looks Goodl. i for point after touchdown. Th'ie commiittee also recommend-' for the Kaanazoo game will be ( least telnren that will be sure to Ja
In all of these three games the Coach Thistlethwaite's comm-it- ict a studty of the rule (No. XXIII getting his men in condition for a show up well in the future. Fisher Ja
Wolverines; played their New Heven, tee made a study of the scoring in Sec. ) which governs cases whr hard forty minutes minutes of play who is a strong believer in plenty Feb
rivals on 'almost even terms overt 14871 games played in 1928, which :.whi and to this end will work them of scrimmage said Monday' that Feb
Lb irs tw peiod ofthetim. showed that in these gaei fe ouls are con nuittedi by both teams hard again this afternoon. No new with the intensive drill and pa c
but in the final minutes were' quired an average of 21 plays to 9' Othe same play. Under present plays will be given the squad, but slated for the remainder of the sea- Ma
forced aside by the gruelling pace score a touchdown. In other words, rules, t he b11al is "hiought back to in.stead drills in handling the ballI son several of the yearlings should Ma
and a lack of ,fresh material. Yalel in that part of the game which; the pont whiere it was put in play will be tel chief interest of the develop into promising Varsity ma- Ma
showed hockey talent which seems 11 comies under the general rules and an lydoe gitenme junior ager. teral.-
even superior to last year's cham-I the part of greatest interest toianplydoeagnteum r
pionship aggregation.,' The Elis areI spectators and players, it took mre ( on n h on ob an
'well on their way to another inter-,I than seven and one-half plays to; ed for first -dawn remaining the
national title having won' eight produce a score of one point. To_ same)"
straight games to date and h-lae~grant one point for the single spe- It. wVas pil)UitAd out that differentI
ta ken over the strong University1 cial play after a touchdown seems1 fouls call for different penalties

TSTERN TI
LDCA.TS TRIMG A~e~r~UI
oADGER CQERSIVVIUIIW !IULD
ierly considered a strong I TRIAL C.ONJIE..I
ontender in t~he West ern Con- j
e. -ae or asetall.Si-Keen Orders Practice Matches
Ly, the Wisconsin cagers'
pionship aspiratioins seem to to Determine Men. W ho Will
suffered much dlue to the lossj Make Season's First Trip.
ieir initial contest against 'year scheduled for this week-end
wvestern last Saturday. Al-I with Franklin and Marshall and
'r te lss f oe gme oesPrinceton, Coach Cliff Keen started
ut the fladgers out of the aialmthsysedyaoeR
n , the decisive defeat at the'varsity squad of about fifty mnen to
of the Wildcats by a 23-141
make theprosectslookdetermine-who will be taken on the
rdoubtful for Wisconsin, co-Itrip. The entire team will be pick-
r.s of thoechaimpionship. with; ed from this squad, several of W~homr
gan. 'have been working out here. since
ing the :first two periods the the first of the year, Keen an-
,ng battled on almo.-st even nounced yesterday
g withl the WIldcats,,Wiscon- Thtraswlcoineho-ig1
"Oling# t-benm. by two points at Tetil ilcniu hog
dif, D-7. However, inaccurate the workout this afternoon .-tnd to
ng onr Wisconsih.'s part, and morrow, when the icmenmaking ther
rally' led by Lockhart of ti ilb ikd iemnm
wiestern combined 'to put the
,on tearm far enough out in the wrestling team remained, in Ann
to' insure victory. bwn Arbor during the entire- vacation to
letliscovnsin was bwn to keep in shape, while fifteen more
ildeats, Butler's fast team of came after New Year's. The entire
claimed its first Big Nine squad is out now and will compete
Lby its 28-21 victory over in the trials
go, although the Miraroonis ZI10iliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiilil
:1 considerable Improve'ment
previou~s performances.
the other contetst involving a= ntYcf
ronce tam, Minnesota show- A nucn
od form in trouncing Grin- J the Reopening of the
0-1.5, to atnnex its fifth con-
ve pre-season win. -

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KETIBALL SCHEDULE
FOR REST Off SEASON
.n. 13--Illinois, here.
,. 18-Ohio, here.
,. 20-Indiana, here.
.. 27-Minnesota, here.
.. 31-Chicago, there.
ib. 15-M. S. C., there.
b. 22-n diana, here
gb. 25-Chicago, here.
arclv 1--Illinois, there.
arch 3-Purdue ,here.
arch 8--Ohio there.

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Coach Lowrey's men found H-am - reasonmabie, a4nd it, is on that basis against the decTense, for example,
iilon's opposition of- an easier na- 'that it recommended that th-e try' may efffect a fifteen yard penalty1
tor e and turned-. ina- 4-0 verdict 1 for point after touchdown be elini- agains,,t th'e offensive side for hold-
over the New Yorkers- on Saturday m ated from the rules. . ing oy- eevn a 25 yard penalty forj
nLightl. Before a crowd of nii)e - To the argument that this play 'clipping. The committee believesI
tenths. of tihe , student, body two, makes possible the elimination of: that the difference should be in-
days before school had' 6penied theI tie games, the committee report' flicted against the team guilty of
(cztniixwc On Page 7 pointed out that in 1928 there were - tc more serious foul.

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