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THE MICHIGAN

D A I L Y

SUN Y°, NOVEMBER 23, 1930

WolverineTE M(HGA Cus oneAy sosi lee

N 1 19

MICHIGAN WEAKENS
AFTER LONE SCORE

ALUMNI TO HOLD I
VARSITY BANQUET
Detroit U. of M. Club Will Give
Annual Dinner Nov. 29.

arsity Score by arter

Maree Is Handy Man
of Georgia Gridders

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2nd

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Badgers' Powerful Backs Prove The annual football banquet of I I
Too Strong for Jayvees the University of Michigan club of
Detroit is scheduled for the Crystal
After First Period. ballroom at the Masonic Temple ata
6:30 Saturday evening, November
CARDINAL BACKS STAR 129th. On that occasion the club
vill entertain as .ts guests the en-
Michigan's Junior Varsity bowed tire Varsi y football squad, also the
to the attack of the ohanio 1 sa, te coaching staf and the ll
Badgers on Ferry Field ye trday - b - Other guests WI IUMN
morning in a game featuring a b i h uea c'ub, the cross country
running attack rather than the team, ari e fening, boxing and
aerial In a biting cold and with a wresing squads. The public is in- y r
strong wind coming from the west vited.
the B elevens battled through a The Ann Arbor party is to come
game that was clearly Wisconsin's in busses, leaving the Michigan Un---
after the opening drive and touch- ion at 12:15. The A squad and. the Hanley of Northwestern Draws
down of the Wolverines. coaches will attend the George- Quarterback Assignment on
Neither team could do much on town-U of D. game, and the bal-
passes, Michigan completing four ance of the party will be enter- Daily Choice.
of seven tries for little gain, and tained by the Publix management
Wisconsin but one in six attempts. at the 2:15 show at the Michigan WHEELER GAINS PLACE
Devoting their efforts to line plays, theatre. --
the Badger Cubs piled up a total The dinner in the Crystal ball- In picking this all-Conference
of 17 first downs while the Wolv- room at the Masonic Temple will team The Daily has attempted to
erines made nine, five coming in begin at 6:30. Speakers will include be as fair as possible within its
the first minutes of the opening' Club President Lou Burt, Commit- limited .scope of observation, and
quarter. Wisconsin drew penalties itee Chairman Cy Huston, Captain to place men in the eleven first
amounting to 95 yards, 60 in the Simrall, Director Yost, Coach Kipke team positions who have been
last period, and Michigan was given I and the 1931 Captain-elect. The given the best press notices by
two of five yards each. I dining room arrangement calls for authorities on the game.
Berkowitz and Brown Star. I tables of eight, and any one wish- Three Michigan men are placed
Berkowitz and Brown were the ing to reserve a table for his party on the first team and two on the
outstanding members of the Wolv- an do so by phoning the Club of- second eleven. Northwestern, co-
Brine eleven and carried the bail fice Cadillac 1318. 'holders of the Big Ten champion-
ermc eleve ane A' feature of the banquet will be ship with the Wolverines is listed
over most of~ the ground covered on 1 il wapi'
the long jaunt for the lone Michi-J the awarding of M rings to the for three men on the first team
graduating members of this year's and four on the second. Purdue
gan touchdown by the former, football squad. has two men on the first squad and
Justice put in his claim for notice Tickets for the banquet will beonontescdtamOhoSt,
by intercepting a Badger pass to Tiksfrthbnuewl e one on the second team. Ohio State,
by intherpting a Badgepas tor on sale at the U. of M. Club office Wisconsin and Minnesota each
stop another drive in the third in the Recreation building, also at have one man on the first team
quarter. the Cadillac Athletic club and thewhlOioadWsnsnava
Wisconsin's ball carriers shared aoail Aheicu h while Ohio and Wisconsin have a
Wisonins bllcaries haedMasonic Temple. The entertain- like number on the second string'
honors fairly evenly, Bullock, An- ment committee is as follows: Ir- cie with the spher ting
derson, and Feld all tearing through yin Cy Huston, chairman, Roy H. oicthe reserve Gophers rating two
the Michigan line at will for sub- ob Hso himn - on the reserve squad. This number
sthenichgan linde willtor s Torbet, vice chairman; Erwin F. we believe expresses the relative
stantial gains and the later two Coveney, James B. Craig, Angus G. merits of the teams in the Big Ten
making a touchdown apiece. Lub- Goetz, Henry Grinnell, Wm. M. Hes- and also gives the various players
ratovstch, Larson, and Launtz did ton, Louis B. Hyde, Raymond Lane, a fair rating on merit shown
the most to make the Badger for- Frederic C. Matthai, James M. throughout the season. Men who
ward wall impenetrable for the O'Dea, Rex W. Rose, Cedric Smith, did not play regularly were dis-
often for no tring the Lou Burt and Carroll P. Adams. counted in tn's chcice, or _iere
Score Early in Game. placed on the second team.
Wisconsin kicked off to st rt the Young Whitneyiakes There was a predominance of
game and Michigan took the ball Over Father's Stables good material in the backfield this
on their 40-yard line and by a year in the Big Ten, and in picking
series of runs by Berkowitz and Pre Kwia:,; />s Hanley, Wheeler, Risk, and Russell
Brown with a 20-yard pass from NEW YORK, Nov. 22.--Facing The Daily has recognized not only
Podlewski to Brown they carried the difficult task of carrying on in defensive and offensive ability, but
the ball down the field for a touch- the p.th of his famous father, C. has taken into consideration the
down. Berkowitz scored through V. (Sonny) Whitney has picked up time played by each of these men.
the line but Benz missed the extra the reins of the Eton Blue and All of them are regulars who have
plo "It. Brown-capped silks left dangling been in the game almost all of thej
In the second quarter the Wolv- by the late Harry Payne Whitney. time.
erne Cubs had another chance to Unlike his father and grand- There were several ends this yearl
score when Frisk recovered a punt father, W. C. Whitney, Sonny, who who deserved mention, but the four
that a Badger back inadvertently is 28 years old, had never shown -
touched. Berkowitz tore off a run an active interest in thoroughbred I
to the 10-yard line but after sev-; ea,?, preferring polo to the
(Continued on Page 7 ' Sport of the Kings."

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FATNANov. 22.--Out of the
tFlats,proving ground for Georgia
Tech's Golden Tornado, they're
calling Vance Maree the "handy
man."
This 215-pound giant has been a
gridiron regular since his sopho-
<. more year. He played tacekle and
earned all-southern recognition in
1928.
To fye-ar Coach Bill Alexander
S'f NK MEN o inc mhiself without fullback
A Iyanke-'Maree out-aofthe hne.

picked appeared to be the best.1
Tackles and guards were a bit be-
low par during the season, and
there appeared but one center of I
outstanding abity, Morrison of
Michigan.
While Hank lruder of North-
western is probably one of the best
backs in the country, he has been
out of the game nearly all season,
and so is placed on the second team
by virtue of his showing againstI
Notre Dame yesterday.

s,., ,Ja: - --.

Coach Mutt Mann's so-called un-
rit d sanhonore tank team was
under i ore br the iirst time Friday
nh, against a froup of so_e of
the best natatoroa that Michigan
has ever produced, ann she has
developed many, and the impres-
,ion that thuy gave us was that
thi initial orm is but an indica-
tie i , :hat is to come.
O:'nedy end Ladd defeated I h
best in the 440-yard fr -
style is did Miller and Lemal in
the breast sn'oke event. Marcus
and Schmeiler are going to be the
Varsity's hopes in the sprints, eve n
though Walker, Big Ten champion.

Look the event in the meet. Coach
FIRST TEAM Mann was satisfied with the time
Fesler, Ohio State .............. LE the men turned in, but indicated
Lubratovich, Wisconsin.........LT that the Alumni were a bit out of
Cornwell, Michigan ............LG condition.
Morrison, Michigan ............. C
Munn, Minnesota ............. RG
Van Bibber, Purdue ...........R T
Baker, Northwestern ..........RE CAMPUS TRAVEL BUREAU
Hanley, Northwestern .........QB ----- ---- - ___
Wheeler, Michigan .. ...... LI
Risk, Purdue ..................R ,H
Russell, Northwestern ......... E: FB

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WOLVES WIN BY
DICKINSON RATNG
Following the Dickinson rating,
which is the most nearly official of
all rankings, Michigan is unques-
tionably the winner of the Big Ten
grid race. The Dickinson system
gives the Wolverines 22.50 points,
Northwestern 20.00, Purdue 19.00,
and Ohio State and Wisconsin
13.75 apiece.

SECOND TEAM
Gantenbien, Wisconsin .........BLE
Samuels, Michigan ............ LT
Woodworth, Norcawcstern....LC
Stein, Minnesota ............... C
Steers, Purdue ................RG
Bell, Ohio State ............... RT
Oliphant, Northwestern .......RE
Brockmeyer, Minnesota. .......QB
Rentner, Northwestern ........LI
Bruder, Northwestern .........RH
Hudson, Michigan ............. F-3

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