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THE M-I'H-1-GAN _IRL

THURSDAY. JANUARY J, 1930

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VARSITY GETS LOO'Wo"verine Tracksters Prepare For Indo
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Michigan Alumni inS TIGERS DROP PILOT POWA SHARPSHOTER Shires Downs aeth
Veenker Works to Remedy Tr-Cities Establish With Kayo in Tw
Poor Playing in Second Half ii ~flT
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Closing the practice session yes-
terday afternoon without a regular
scrimmage, Coach Veenker gave his
Varsity cagers a partial rest after
swamping Minnesota 32-17 in the
Conference opener. That Purdue is
the chief worry of the Michigan
mentor at present was evidenced
when he took his entire squad into
the dressing room for an etensve
chalk talk on the Boilermaker
plays.
Both Coach Veenker and Coach
Cappon have seen Purdue in action
this season and the drills for the
rest of the week promise to be cen-
tered around a plan of attack
which will upset the hopes of the
Lambert coached men -this Satur-
day when the Wolves invade Lafay-
ette.
Concentrate on Pass.
Signs of sloppy ball handling
which cropped up in the second
half of the Minnesota game caused
Coach Veenker to put the Wolver-
ines through a long work-out in
passing and shooting before he
rounded them into the chalk talk.
The blocking which hampered
the Gophers so much Monday night
was very much in evidence yester-
day and unless Purdue works up a
strong defense to cope with it
Coach Veenker expects that it will
be a great help in Michigan's fist
great test of the year.
Erratic in Last Half.
During the first half of the game
-at Minneapolis the Maize and Blue
quintet showed that it had every-
thing to make a championship bas-
ketball team stated the 'Michigan
coach. However, in the second per-
iod the Wolverines started to get
careless and as a result passed the
ball away several times and missed
some easy ones.
Downing Looks Good.
Bill Orwig with 10 ponts tU lil s
credit was the outstanding offen-
sive star of the game, and during
the first part of the play perfo'm-
ed creditably on the defense. Weiss
and Downing, playing their first
Big Nine game came up to expecta-
tions and pleased the coach with
their showing.
Yesterday Joe Downing, the only
junior on the squad, showed that he
coulgk live up to his reputation as
a good shot by slipping the ball
through the hoops repeatedly even
though he was guarded closely by
his team-mates.
Although the chalk talk took up
a large portion of the practice ses-
sion Coach Veenker found time to
send his men out to the floor again
to start active preparation for Sat-
urday's game. During this time
they started devising a defense to'
stop "Stretch" Murphy and an of-
fense to outscore the Boilerm aker
ace.

Distinctive in execution and n --~~By ;c'cat, les
the purpose for which it will be, Wolverines Outplay Opponents ST. PAUL, Minn., Jan. 8.-It took Lest Year's Freshmen Expected
presented is the life-sized bronze Decisively in Gaining C. Arthur "The Great" Shires two to Bolster Chances
Wolverine, emblematic of the Uri-t minutes to convince a pitcher to goo
versity of Michigan, which will be Triumph. back baseballing for a living. oSuccess.
Ipresented annually to a high-school It all happened in the first round
of eastern New York for sports- JOSEPH .STARS AT WING of a scheduled six round bout last TOLAN BACK AGAIN
manship and proficiency in ath- --- ' night when a couple of right hooks
letics. The Wolverine is the gift Outplaying the Ontario Aggis in sent Tony Foeth flat on his back With the holiday vacation over,
of the Michigan alumni of Sche- every department of the game, the 1for the well known count- the Varsity track candidates, un-
nectady, New York, and was firstTi Michigan puck chasers defnitely the aspiations of the pitcher to der the direction of Coach Steve
displayed at a banquet of the ; Arike out 'the "Gret 'One" ended
ayed a abnu of the A-established thcmseves as a much right there. Tony was a model of Farrell, have begun earnest trans-
}ani clubs o Jcneay, Al- stronger team than that which re-.thoroughness. He fought hard ing for the final track campaign
bany, an which Fielding H.Jna Yost, presented the University last year! while he fought and went out com- that the veteran mentor will coacih
ibanyhetat dwhichly uFieldinge 4H.i Yost, whm le wet ti.
director of athletics and Michigan's when they decisivey outplayed th letely \hen he went out. at Michigan before retiring ned
"Grand Old Man" of football was Canadan team to gain a 3-0 vie- The pugilisti 'first baseman of. srin
the guest of honor. Several coach- nd contest of the hicago made one thing clear be-
es and ptayers of the district ac season on the Coliseum ice. - ore he left the ring. there was no Although the first meet is not
A comparison of this year's tearm.oubt in his minid that his victim scheduled to take place until Feb.
with that of last season can bei was not Dangerous Dan Daly. 22, when the Varsity will meet Chi-
i y# gleaned rmtefc tht h ag at Yost Field house, 50 misn
same team, the Ontario Aggies, de-ca
feated the Wolverines in the opey rs>'have reported for work.
ing game of the 1928-29 season by The problem of replacing the
a score of 4 to 3. This marks the nine men who graduated last
second consecutive defeat that t ien, ghr#
__________________aa___ xMaie and Blue puck chasers ha riTelspring, amog vhom are listed'tIeh
Frevenged over Canadian teams, t namesof CaptainWilfred Ketz,
first triumph of the current season Tarbill, Freese, Monroe, Wuerf__,
New Men Show Up in Intersquad r being a 5-2 win over Western On- Crowe Is Hero of Game When Lamont, Williams, MeArthur, ani
Meet to Give Veterans a tario, the team that downed the Arendt, should be fairly difficult,
Stiff Battle. r W Ol 5 rst seso. .e Dos Fancyi in some of these men starring in their
A Should 'Push Competitors. at Lst Minute.
A team of veterans, strengthened ;various events last year.
After the completion of an inter- by the addition of two sophomores Dropping a shot through the bas- Eligibility Is Watched.
;squad tournament, thin year's Wol1 who have shown to advantage in k(Dp ghoC.thFoughhwhe bas-
verine fencing team seems destined the games so far, make the Michi- ketas the game ended Crowe of Coch Farrell, however, is hoP
to have several new faces appear- I gan icers real contenders for the Notre Dame gave his team a victory ing to develop a good team out of
ing in the places of the veterans Big Nine championship for the first Associated Press Put ove ' Indiana by a 3029 decision in those that have reported for work,
who at an earlier date were con- time in several years. Unless Min- Bob Spradling, a game marked by thrills from start providing that they can all get
siderably favored to retain their nesota and Wisconsin have improv- Star Hawkeye forward, whose , through the mid-year cxaminatios
Cositions on the Vasit. ed considerably over last year, they uncanny basketball shooting abil- t nish. The hero of the game sieraly b a s t
Coach John Johnstone has been should be about on a par with the ity promises to go far in offsetting nt in ar heen Newblnas scssfully Prospesh a aided
sending his charges through , Associated Press Phote present outfit that Coach Lowvery is itododsewtogorawhenfNetigldewasidalykby tfeh
tournament in each weapon with Bll Roper (below), head coachI now coaching, those two being the the losses sustained by the Iowa forced on personal fouls.ag os eertan the aver
the result that three new men forg- of the Princeton football team for only Big Nine schools besides Mich- five through eligibility tangles. From the first Notre Dame car- It is a little early in the season
ed their way into the first three 14 years will resign after the 1930 igan that possess hockey teams. Fed the tt st totr Dpments as yet for venturin ues ast
places in the epee, one finished season and will be succeeded by! Jeph, uveterann f last JACK OKA YS BOUT tpust who will be the stars of the
close behid two veterans in the Albert Wittmer (abov,) present so that the Indian quintet for all Varsity team. Eddie Tolan, of
sabre, and only Captain Stolpmani active men on the ice Tuesday WITH PHIL SCOTT heir forced course, is expected to s-tar in the
apeas erai o wn opmth al line coach. !night, his effective poke check time VIIL Seir deadly long shots were fre ore sepce osa ntb
Iappears certain of winning the foils, mh,_______ti__p__h___ts hi
meets which have not yet been HandA again haltingkOntario rushes.; NEW I, . 8 aksh to limit to keep pace with the sprints, while Captain doormn
completed. BABE RUTH ASKS iwhile his speedy skating and ce'IadBok hudlo od n
Th es ,erece eces F R BG A AR uk ~ndigcaredteatak n~NEW YORK, Jen. 8.-Jack Shar-1 Ramblers. With but two minutes the weight events. Besides oth~i
The less experienced fencers F RBIGSALAR Ypuckh dlingcariedtheattakinkey, Boston sailor man, will battle to play Strickland gave Indiana a Varsity men that should be iin
iade the best shoing i the epee the vil the opponents' mesh Phil Scott, heavyweight champion momentary advantage with the proved after a year's experience
event when Mulliken, Koon, and (By Associated Pr:ss) on sev Ier occasons. of Great Britain, in Madison Square J score 29-28. Instead of electing to s e v e r a 1 sophomores, especiall
Dowsett finished in tho first threeI NEIOK a.8-a Rt T arigrSts att J ein te r Garden's second annual southern stall for the remaining minute In- Wolfe, Titzgibbons, and MeLaugh-
places respectively. This was some- thinks he's worth $85,000 a year( ward wall were Nygord and Lan-- spectacle at Miami, Fla, Feb. 27. diana in attempting to make the lin are regarded as real Varsity
Ithing of W surprise in as* much as 1 eeto fSota hresmri oescr ottebl n
the veteran, Winer, had erformed for the next three years to the New gen, the former a veteran of last election of Scott as Sharkey's margin more secure lost the ball on material.
in creditable style all last season York Yankees but he has yet to yar's squad and the latter a prom- i opponent was practically dictated a bad pass and Crowe went under The fCook Is men have Outa lld
and was considered to be capable prove his argument t eas ising sophomore center. Both of by the Boston Sailor, generally re- the basket to score as the game Tshown
of cas the redponble p the satis- these men gave good exhibitions, garded as the outstanding contend- ended. Varsity ability in cross country
of carrying the responsibilities of faction of 'President Jacob Ruppert Langen especially showing a knack! er for Gene Tunney's vacated Notre Dame had seven chances competition and should show out-
first epee man during the coming and Secretary Ed 'Barrow, of taking the puck through the op- heavyweight throne. At a recent ;1from the foul line but was unable standing ability in the distane
season. posing defense and a fine shooting conference in Boston, Sharkeytomake good on any of them while events both in indoor and outdoor
Goronandon andwh weeaupprtthnkshecanaforwtopoingdeenepadrtfiethotinncnfeeneen Bstn, hakeftomaedgodonanyoftherwilctrck Cokaktarqurtetare
the main stays for the Maize and pay the Babe $75,000 per annum style, scoring two goals during the threatened to break away from the Indiana marked up seven points ofathe freshma ta quarter. miler
th minsaya orte V~ie ndpa heBae$7,00 e anud(continued on Page 9)I Gaden for good unless it abandon- from the foul line 9 of the freshman team of two year
Blue weapon weilders last year, re- for the next two years nut that of- (ntndoPg7)ardeld foago, has returned to school as is to
tained their old positions by fin- fer is exactly $10,000 too little and NOTICEed its attempt to match him with Terminating their pre-conference be counted on a strong potential-
ishing first and second. Scheyers, one year too short for the man who -OIETuffy Griffiths in Miami. He named basketball season, the University of ity in the 440.
a new member of the Varsity, de- made home runs what they are to- All students interested try- tw r three possible opponents he Chicago conquered Ohio Wesleyan Three of last year's crack fresl
feated the rest of the field to place day. ing out for the position of Var- would be willing to meet but fav- 36-24. Thirty-eight fouls were call- men high jumpers, Johnson, Block,
third. The play in thee foils eyent These two viewpoints couldn't be sity track manager report to oed Scott especially ed, 22 on Wesleyan and 16 on Chi- and McHose, who were counted o
has not been finished but as all of P- Coach Farrell or myself at Yost Advance calculations on the cago. Ganthrop of the Orio team to carry Michigan to the heights
the candidates are veterans, the pert's brewery yesterday, each side Field House as soon as possible, match forcast a decisive victory for was chased of the floor after he this year in this event along with
lineup in this event is unlikely to retreating in good order to consider Milto G. Kendrick, Manager Sharkey, provided he can duplicate I had reddened one of Yayes' eyes the veteran Felker, have not re
any new names. the matter calmly and sanely. I such a performance. and had taken a swing at Ashley. turned to school.
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