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WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1930

THE .MT'CI-ITAN fDAILY

PAGE SEVEN9

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VA RSITY NlTAT flSFD
Graduates Form Greatest Team
of Champions Ever to
Appear Here.
REGULARS YET UNTRIED

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Swinging into their season the
Wolverine swimmers will open a-
gainst the Alumni team in a meet
Friday, Nov. 21. This meet com-
ing before the Chicago game will
be the first appearence of the
Michigan water stars since the loss
of most of the team last June.
Swimmers of the highest nation-
al repute will represent the Alumni
when they gather to oppose the
Varsity. Men that made the All-
American team from the Michigan
tank will be bolstered by Big Ten
champions a n d present World
record holders.
Waiaitis to Daive.
Walaitis, sprint man and diver,
Conference champion and at pres-
ent co-holder of the 160 yd. world
relay record will swim with Hos-
mer, also sprint man and holder of
the relay record. Spindle, Confer-
ence back stroke king, and Ault,
for three years holder of the Con-
ference quarter mile title, will also
swim for the alumni.
Other Big Ten title holders that
will meet the Wolves are Hubbell,
back stroke, Goldsmith breast,
Wagner breast, and Watson, water
polo. Many of the mainstays of
the former Michigan teams includ-
ing Grimshaw, Mertz, Reif, Mc-
Donald, Hughes, Brown, and Fish-
man are slated to comprise the
greatest aggregation of aquatic
stars ever gathered here.
Two Veterans on Team,
Untried and with only two veter-
ans returning, the Varsity will have
to prove its worth against some of
the best swimmers and divers in
the country. Capt. Valentine and
Smith are the remnants of last
year's squad and the rest are
sophomores that have as yet not
been pitted against Conference
competition.
These second year men however
comprised one of the best fresh-
men teams last year that has ever
entered the University, and this
meet will be an opportunity for
them to show against talent of bet-
ter than average Big Ten tank
teams.

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CK HANLEY DIVULGES SECRET V y .YEARLINGS LEAARYN -.
OF WILDCAT'S GREAT SUCCESS oI roiINneSoTpLay oycoat onLibraryin Angell
(Co1nted From Page 6) While one group of Coach R Hall please call 22080 or else his
By PAUL MCK1ELuON. c cving a badly bruised nose. HI Fisher's yearling footballers were name will be turned in to the
I has been t a orarily rnpaecd in taking the defensive side in a dean. 234
NA .ociatec Pres Sports Writer) the practc line f u by Markley. scrimmage with the Varsity eleven,
EVANSTON, Ill,, tov. 11.-Coach Unger was also hurt wlii pelaying s n yB TUTORING by Torm nie Mack i0
D'ckmanly rveal th secet f agins the'A' TT aona T~ s tistant Varsity Coach Benn ie Frosli History number 11. 310
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oor sen universtys thi hn his week a ong with Jordan and string youngsters some of the plays TYPEWRITERS SOLD, RENTED
victories cver pestilence, injuries, Bovard. Bremcn, star kicker for the that Minnesota has ready for the AN RETE
jinx, and Westcrn Conference op- ayvees, suffered an injury to his Wolverines this Saturday. AND RSLATE INC.
position in the asertion: 2houlder, but will also be ready to In this group under the direction S. STATE ST DIAL 3814
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with the "Three Mlske teer' spirit Coach Courtright is ;orking up who have been using the forma-j561234(2)C
of 'all for one and one for all.' a group of deceptive plays includ- tions of the Michigan opponents
"I know sport writers are digging ing new fcrmations that he be- against the Varsity during the pre- WAN.(ED
through dicticnaries to find ad- Ilieves will compare with Western vious scrimmages. Included in this__
jectives and superlatives for my State's attack, and with the pros- group are Everhardus, Renner, Rat- BY YOUNG WOMAN position as
players for the manner in which pect of all the regulars getting terman, Leary, and several other private secretary on campus. Ex-
they have shouldered their trouble," back in shape for the encounter the former prep school stars. cellent preparation and refer-
Hanley remarked. Junior Varsity is pointing to a These yearlings will probably ences, thorough experience. Ad-
Men Well Drilled. victory over the strongest opposi- show the plays to Kipke's crew to- dress box 142, Michigan Daily.
"But they can sum it up in 'ver- tion they will meet this year. day. 234
satility' and 'adaptability.' That's__
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the game in 1903, some of, up just 40 minutes of practice. and
st rabid of the Gopher sup- "That was one of the best ex Z 1.7,THIRDLOST
filled with joy at the show- amples of adaptability I ever saw. _ _ __THIRD
their team, pilfered one of They trounced Ohio 19-2.
- rechs iitBLACK purse in basement of
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uad and painted the score "I preached spirit; tried to im- Angell Hall, Friday noon. Liberal
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winner and the chagrin of does not, out he goes. Right now -Mottled gray. Lost a week ago
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's attack, 6-0. In 1919
ver, Minnesota inflicted
most humiliating victory
their ancient foes and
hed off hone with the jug
a 34-7 win.

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in tne next year nowever, i'ranx
Stekettee, Michigan's All-American
fullback, pulled a hero act and
booted a field goal to give his team
Intra a 3-0 victory, and another year to
gaze proudly at the symbol of vic-
vstory. For eight years, from 1920 to
# 1926, the Gophers were unable to
_stave off defeat at the hands of
Michigan. In this last year the
After one of the most hard- Varsity played two games with the
fought matches ever seen in an in- Gophers, taking both of them, 20-0
tramural tennis tournament the and 7-6. It was in this second
winner in the freshmen court com- battle that Bennie Oosterbaan
petition has been determined, with pulled the game out of the fire by
Clinton Sandusky taking first hon- scooping up a Gopher bobble in the
ors as a result of his brilliant vic- final minutes of play to run 60
tory over Charles Nisen in the fin- yards for a touchdown, after which
al round. Sandusky and Nisen Bennie Friedman added the point
battled over a stretch of three days which gave Michigan the Big Ten
with six hours being used in the title.

for Battalno's Crown
(By Associated Press)
NEW YORK, Nov. 11.-Kid Choc-
olate, Cuban Negro flash, will clash
with Bat Battalino, world's feath-
erweight champion, in a 15-round
titular bout in Madison Square
Garden Friday, Dec. 12.
Chocolate gained the "title shot"
a few days after the most disap-
pointing showing he has made in
an American ring. The Cuban was
decisively outpointed by Fidel La
Barba, former flyweight champion,
last week.
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Today will see three matches in
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The next year the "Thunder-
Herd" invaded Ann Arbor and
trampled all over Michigan to
romp home with a 13-7 defeat,
the first one to be inflicted on
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