'RIDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1930
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Five Members of Wolverine Grid After this coming week-end, the t
Western Conference title tangle t
Squad to be Available will be well on the road to a solu- t
at Close of Season. tion. Michigan and Northwestern, t
the only undefeated teams left inIf
SCHEDUJLE OPENS DEC. 6the race will meet tough oppon-1
ents, and should they come through
.tthese games unscratched, the road
Announcement of the first cut in td o a joint claim to the laurels will
line-up of the Michigan court squad he comparatively open. .
coincident with the increase in theb omateloen,
number of weekly drills to four On the other hand Purdue,
times per week has served as a re- ed i against its team will sit
minder that the coming basketball back gansthi that both the
season is but a few weeks off. In iatk and thtWoterie
fact the opening game with West-tod ats and theWolverins
ern State Teacher's college which ground ito thc bie depths
i' to be played here is little more of defeat as this will give the
than three weeks away. Boilermakers a fighting chance
Layihreofwthksbasketball floor in to lay a claim to the title which
Laying of He baskebalothey snatched for the first time
Yost Field House has been complet- last season
ed and Coach George Veenker will a uld this unexpected event
start intensive drilling within thehudht h eedegt
next few days. Daily work has been happen, each of the leading steams
nex fe das. ail wok hs benin the Big Ten will have had one
ordered Nov. 24, two days after the beating, and the championship will
close of the football schedule. The'hatgdandedchrpnwn
menwhowil beavalabe fom hehave to be divided three ways, and
football squadare DanieWiliaththat would not be any satisfaction
footall nd resanesWilia-to anyone. However the probabil-
son, DeBaker, and Tessmer. ity of both Northwestern and Mich-
Downing May Play. I igan going down is very small in-
Coach Veenker's first cut has re- deed. The Purple are conceded to
duced the number of candi'dates to be almost sure winners over Wis-
14, but this group will be increased consin, while Michigan is favored
to 19 after the close of the grid i to send the Gophers home smart-
season. Captain Joe Downing, who ing under at least a one touchdown
it was thought would never be able defeat. Both the Badgers and
to play again is on the remaining ' Minnesota have strong elevens
list. A brace is to be made for his however, and in this day and age
injured knee, thus enabling him to nearly anything can happen on a
play once more. gridiron.
Others who are on the eli'gible list Both Wisonsin and Minnes-
including the football men are the ota have been pointing for
following: Eveland, Weiss, Petrie, their games this week, and may
Hudson, Baldwin, and Ackershoek, be relied upon to try every trick
forwards; Manuel, Daniels, DeBak- in their respective bags in an
er, and Darner, centers; Shaw Al- attempt to knock their oppon-
tenhof, Williamson, Tessmer, Root, ents off the top of the pile. At
Ba y e r I e, Ricketts, and O'Neill, present it appears that Michi-
guards; Eveland, Weiss, Shaw, and gan is in a tougher spot than
Altenhof appear to be fairly certain Northweste eCoahch ipket s
of regular berths on the new squad. Nrnningstt.ac hihjst
Four Practice Games started to function in the Har-
The Varsity will be able to get vard game last week is as yet
all of its pre-Conference training something of an unknown,
work early in the season, for the whiletany team which haswa
first four games are to be played in Manders in the backfield is
Yost Field house with non-Confer- dangerous
ence quintets. Following the West- Notre Dame, probably the out-
ern State game on Dec. 6, the Mich- standing team in the country,
igan State College court squad will should not have a great deal of
engage the Wolverines in their lair trouble in adding Drake to its ra-
An inter-sectional contest with pidly mounting list of scalps, and
An iter-ectonalconest ithshould advance further in the race
Pennsylvania will be the opposition for the mythical national title.
for the Wolves Dec. 20. The Ohio However withiA Nthweste.
'Wesleyan five will journey here for However with Army, Northwestern,
a Wgame the last day to heryearr and Southern California still. to go,
a3a. te l , the men of Rockne have anything
Dec,__but a pleasant future to look for-
ward to. The game with the Wild-
Junior Varsity Drills cats November 22 will be the out-
for Kalamazoo Team standing battle of the country thata
!day, and will go a long way to-'
(Continued From Page 6) ward settling the question of su-
General Motors Tech last week, it premacy. However should Notre
is still a matter of doubt as to the Dame run true to form and leave
offensive strength of the reserve the Conference team in its wake,
team. The large score against the it still has a supreme test in Soutnl-
team from Flint was rolled up PORTABLE
mainly because the opposition was TYPEWRITERS
so poor, and not because there was
any great improvement in the Corona, Underwood,
M i c h i g a n team's scoring ability. Barr-Morris, Remington,
There were several nice runs in this Royals.
game, however, especially by Brem- We have all makes.
en and Berkowitz, and if these mn Colored Duco Finishes
can continue to play in this same o. D. MORRILL
fashion the Jayvees may upset the
dope by downing the Western State 314 South State Phone 6615
ern California on Deccmbcr 6. If
the Irish win this game as well as
the Army set-to they will deserve
the title of champions of the Uni-
ed States of America, which in
fact means World Chanmnionis.
Although the Northwestern
atbletic authorities have issued
a statement in which they of-
fer to help charity to the best
of their ability next year, and
to give the sum of $100,000 this
season, the ag iation still per-
sists to have this year's game
with Notre Dame moved to Sol-
111 Miller Avenue
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Zurmulen, Thompson, and Glading.
Delta Upsilon-O'Brien and Smart.,
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single and double breasted,
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$35 $40 $45
designed to meet the exact-
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LOST-Yellow Parker pen with
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LOST-A Morrison and Commagee
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