THE MICHIGAN DAILY
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1930
PAGE SIX FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1930
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Sophomores Add Strength After
Loss of Regulars at
DEBUT OF OLYMPIC DIVE
Opening the season tonight, the
V a r s i t y swimmers will match
strokes with the Alumni stars of
years gone by, at 7:30 o'clock in the
Intramural pool. This debut of the
Wolverine natators will be free to
all comers and seating arrange-
ments have been made for a con-
With the starting gun the Var-
sity will be on a test to see how
well the new men can fill the shoes
of the graduated stars and Coach
Matt Mann will be able to observe
his proteges under the strain of
high class competition. Swimming
aganst a battery of stars, the best
that Michigan has produced, will
be the supreme pre-season test for
the Varsity tankmen.
lelay is First.
The 200-yard relay will be the
first event on the program and
probable starters for the Wolves
will be Marcus, Smith, Kennedy
and Klintworth, while Sanborn,
Ladd, Morgan and Fenske will form
a complete reserve team that may
swim, but will not count on the
score. Lemak and Miller will swim
the 200-yard breast event and
Schmieler may also go in this event,
but not to count.
For the 50-yard dash Marcus,
Ladd, and Klintworth will repre-
sent the Varsity. in the 440-yard,
Kennedy will swim with either
Ladd or Morgan, while Capt. Valen-.
tine and Meigs will be on deck for
the back stroke.
The century, always a hotly con-;
tested race, will be one of the fea-
tures of the evening. Ladd will
swim this event with either Marcus
or Sanborn to complete the en-
tries. These events will serve as
an indication of the strength that
the Sophomores have added to the
depleted squad of returning regu-
New Diving Rules.
Diving events will be of unusual
interest in as much as this will be
the first time that the offici'al
Olympic 10-foot stand has b e e n
used here. Also the Olympic rules
will be in effect, that require each
man to complete eleven dives. Raike
and Fenske will represent the Var-
sity in this catagory.
Following these events will be the
Water Polo match in which there
seems to be little chance for the
Michigan squad. Competing with
the old stars Lemak, Kennedy,
Smith and Miegs will play the
backfield positions while Schmie-
ler, Valentine, Klintworth and Mar-
cus will be at the forward posts.
Miller is slated as the Varsity goal
Frank Walaitis, d2ver, sprinter,
and high point man in most of the
meets last year, will captain the
Alumni swimmers, but he stated
last night that it would be impos-
sible to form any line-up until he
had found out how many of the
former tankmen were returning.
KING OF GOLFERS WITH YEAR'S TROPHIES
'1~ ~K DEF ENSE
Kipke Sceks to Prevent Chicago
from Scoring Rather Than
to Develop Offensive.
SUBS MAY SEE SERVICE
Continuing the week's prepara-,
tion for the final clash of the sea-
,on with Coach Stagg's Maroons
tomorrow, Coach Harry Kipke yes-
terday sent his gridders through an
uneventful session in which the
yearling eleven furnished the oppo-
sition for a lengthy dummy scrim-
mag e. Plays that have been worked
on all season and an emphasis on
In fundanentals of football were
s re,-sedwith no indication of any
31-anie in the type of gridiron tac-
tics to be used or any alterations in
the starting lineup.
HUY-T NAME1S SIXTHi
* HARRIERFOR MVEET
Fitzgibbons Chosen to Complete
Team for Urbana Run.
pSQUAD IN GOOD SHAPE
Coach Charles Hoyt and six Wol-
verine harriers leave this morning
for Urbana to attend the annual
Western Conference cross country
meet which is scheduled to get un-
der way at 10:30 o'clock Saturday
morning. The Michigan mentor
yesterday announced the addition
of Captain Fitzgibbons to the squad
as the sixth member. The position
had previously been in doubt due
to a recent injury which the Wol-
verine leader had suffered, but
Hoyt decided to take him instead
A ssfu(U(L tPress I')w'o of Feustal who has not been show-
hng any too well.
(ATHOVYAKE AT MER/ONj ATST. ANDREWSJ f eIsve. 'Clark Chamberlain.
--_---" -indications at present are that Stellar Michigan State college
Bobby Jones, who has been rated as the greatest golfer of all time, surprised Astopte wrl iththe hE Wolverinemientor will not seek cross country leader, who won the
announcement of his retirement from amateur compstition. lie has a motion picture contract which he to deveOlIp sL ong scoring corn- thirty-first intercollegiate cham-
witl fulfill, and thereafter will resume his law practice in Atlanta. Jones is shown above with a pictorial re- tiOn to me t the demands of pionship run which was held in
ord of his major conquests of the past year. de Wolvcrine supporters whio are New York City over the Van Cort-
- f i m o co u t o t e p tm for a spact a y larg landt park course.
tN e uae-sore. It evid ent Th at K ipke w il
GYM' AST :O be contnt to see his undefeated JI.e Savoldi Will Play
IMPROVED F Sitsecure ?Vh GreenBay Team
(.ho c li.tion if possible and then resort -
legolialons Under Way to Pay tueir usual tactics of defensive Joe Savoldi, the galloping back
Other Big Ten Teams. --Ootbal to maintain the lead. who has been the subject of much
By Joe Russell. iand Gantenbein of Wisconsin. It is also highly possible that the controversy in the Mid-West be-
Coach WTe st annnounees that his With the near completion of the Any one of these men is cap- Wolverhine coach will inject substi- cause he withdrew from Notre
nasic Wsuad innuncs grau i fotbal tho gouto the able of holding down osition ,utes into the lineunwith gbeater
Gymnnastl squad is gradual"y 1030 football ,ason throughout the en alriost any bal team. If irecuency than formerly, should he ame to avoid expulsion, appears
romding into first class shape with country, the many sports critics sil Hewitt of Michig-an had not ciser it advisable. Yesterdays to be slated to play professional
two new men c-cwin especially who profess knoahedg of the game been injured in the Michig-an riling was featured by the num- football with the Green Bay Pack-
are already scratchg their re- State game he woulahave her of second strig men that were rs next year. Certain National
godform for so early in the sea- spective heads for men to honor Saegm o eodsrn e htwr r etya.CranNtoa
son. The two new men are Hanna with places on various all-star rated up with this quartet in used in the lineup, although the Football league rules will have to
Jo. Ie w nwme reHnn wt paeso vrou lls a anyman' Choic ,Same front that faced theCoph s
and Elisvgorth, both sophomores. teams. The one nearest home of Atytanle hoII.AItsamekfr notfedthopthes be observed of course, concerning
Other men'who are fairly certain of course is the All-Conference choice, t tacke, I. . ge o t st week will unoubtedly open th I collegiate connections, but they
gaining a place on the Varsity team and while there are several out- roit Ne s has eei Lubra contest wi Chicago omorrow.
are Schiller, Parker, Goldsmith, standing stars in the Big Ten, the ovich of Wisconsin, Van Bibber of The performances or ohese men wil cause no difficulties.
Decker, A. Steinberg, and H. Stein- picking of eleven men andsaying Purdue, and Auer of Michigan at may have some bearing on the
berg. that they are the best in their posi- the head of the Conference roster. 'uestion of Varsity awards.
.r thatt re th sn i iHowever we would like to place - - May Use Replacements.
No defiite schedule has yet been tions is extremely hard. under consideration the names of Purdum and Samuels, tackles,avors
formed but negotiations are under- The ends in the 'Conference Michigan's two other tackles, San-- Daniels and Cox, ends, Marcovsky
way with Wisconsin, Illinois, and have been especially good this uels and Draveling. Coach Kip ke and Douglas, guards, and Morgan, i The best planned parties!
Purdue, with a view towards ar- year, with nearly every team was fortunate this season in having center, are the linemen who willi sort to add that wot
ranging meets later in the season-presenting at least one who is three men about on a par for this undoutdly see duty if the occasion
Several exhibitions at different deserving of consideration. Fes- j important post and if any one of permits. In the backfield, Tessmer
cities around the state are also ier of Ohio State, All-American them was injured the other could Iis slated to replace Newman at' iirr .t-attersoi
planned. last year, is of course first on be rushed into the game without quarter, DeBaker, Heston, and Willsi
West 'is still hoping to find somie the list. Not far behind him weakening of the forward wall. are capable halfback substitutes,I Fraterit
promising material in his Intra- however, but without the same While it is impossible to vet all, with Avery, converted lineman, and
mural classes, which he is holding reputation, are Baker of North- or possibly even one on the Confer- Goldsmith prepared to go in at(603 Chu
at 10:30 every Saturday morning. western, Nelson of Minnesota, (Continued on Page 7) 1 fullback - - -
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The entire group of Michigan hill
land dale men is in excellent shape
save possibly for Fitzgibbons, and
while Hoyt does not entertain any
thoughts ' of a championship he
feels that-his charges will finish in
the first division at least. Other
Big Ten schools possess too strong
aggregations for Michigan to hope
for any better.
Austin however will be one of the
ranking favorites to win individual
honors as he has beaten all the
possible contenders so far except
for Leas, crack Indiana harrier. If
the remainder of the Wolves' squad
measured up to Austin they them-
selves would be favorites to take
winning laurels. Due to their late
arrival in Urbana Friday night the
Michigan cross country team will
have no opportunity to run over
the course before the meet, but,
having participated in a recent
triangular meet there, this fact
shouldn't hinder them.
require favors of the right
uch of completeness.
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