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TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1930
MAN'Y ME RLOT
FOR OPEN/NC BRILL

THE MICH-IGAN DAILY

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MAY OPPOSE HARVARD
Michigain's hockey team, cham-
pions of the western Conference inj
the 1929-30 season, swung into ac-
tion again last night when thie first
practice session of, the season wasj
held on the Coliseum ice under theI
direction of Coach Eddie Lowxr7-.
While hockey at Michigan ha,
never been :a major sport, a niew
era; was forseen last. year when, to-
wards the close of the season, the
Wolverines were f ight~ing up from,
behind to evcntually capture the
champioiislip. Crowd; that far
surpassied any that had ever pack-
ed the Coliseum turned out for
those -games, and tho thrills tl J,
they received from those hard
fought contests has assured large
turnouts for this entire season. in
addition to the interest that these
games created on the cameos~, the
addd attraction of anoh er stronq
team should again lure lai-ge atten-
dences to witness this year's games.
'75 Turn Out.
A decidled increase in the int'i
est this year has been in evidence
already, when approximately 75
men,, including freshmen,. turned
out for the hockey meeting held
last week in the Union. About 20
of these men are candidates for
the Varsity team, and these include 1
last year's veterans and the mnen I,
from the flashy squad of last sea-
.son. It is likely that many of the
Varsity candidates will be cut af-
ter only a few drills, until the squad
eventually numbers about 12.-
Although hard hit by graduation
in the loss of such stars as Captain
Bryant, Hart, Joseph, and Nygard,
several men from last year's fresh-
men will make a strong bid to fill
the gaps. Of these men Reid,
Crossman, Williams, Sindle, Gri-
char, and Hildner are almost sure
Of gettirng places on the regular
squad, unless some better players
turn up among the new candidates.
These men, with last season's vet-
erans, Captain Schlanderer, Lan-
gen, Courtis, and Tompkins, will
form the nucleus of the. Wolverine
team:~
Play at Buffalo.
No games are definitely schedul-
ed as yet, inasmuch as the Con-
ference meeting is niot until the
first week in Deemnber. After that,

SIN TON-'
11lzhmI INDEPENDENT COMPETITION. I CROSS COUNTRY.I
Some fifty fraternity men have
SConzsiderable enthusiasm was a- completed their nine practice runs
1 xs rcused last year because of the in preparation for the Fraternity
splendid way Independents on the Cross Country run this afternoon
rrnmeu, res -onxded to the id '.rof at 4:30 over the varsity course. The
-. x,, e -tioi witii th !SUit following houses are eligible for the
ti2 <<Le sara' o apeIition i s unl(ACI'competition: Phi Lambda Kappa,
waythi yar.Thit~siXtenisTheta Xi, Alpha Omega, Alpha
entered last yealr's play, some of Kappa Lambda, Tau Kappa Epsi-
:. ~ oigi orOh n Ion, Alpha Sigma Phi, Beta Sigma
F^,Vl.i'e OTs' lan tnPsi, Theta Ch, PhiSigma Delta,
jc^m f ry'1c i tentS portS. and Sigma Alpha Mu.
Ike fiikey~. arigec byJoh Beta Sigma Psi, the defending
} rx2amnter,.n up a total of 492 ;champions, h3ave five men who will
poin s, and landed. the all-year a-! attempt to secure the crown for
phy as a result. Carpenter's charges; a second year with Fleer, Monson,
:~id not win first place in any event, Bury, Gall, and Donner making up
but they finished high in every this squad.
thing, and this enabled them to __________________
-oils up a sufficient number of SIGMA DELTA PSI.
points to win. Recent changes made by the
%i; has been found that dlifferenat committee on revision of the
indi~viduals who are interested in, Sigma Delta Psi tests are: (1).
.;."...~z.sports will get aN group cof men to- The 220-yard low hurdle test
gEtxir give thenmselves some nzame, has been changed to 120-yard
anid enter the independent com- low hurdle,,, with five hurdles i
v; petition. Most of the teams , pring i a flight, and a required time of
:::>up from groups liv~ing' in toesanne 16 seconds, (2). The pole viault
houses, test has been changed to a 20
:' The first sport on the card this foot rope climb from a sitting
.. year is volleyball whilch gf tir under position on tine floor w ithout the
way December 0. Eiohit teaimz have; use of the legs in a time of 12
entered so ft r. T he Buckeyes are{ seconds.
{ JO Nback in the race this season while} Due to many communications
ote em romlat ,;i'ae nh in reference to these chan ges,
.5SU TP.EI Pockets, Oakland:, Aatua xiis, a ndf and after carefuul study and pre-
Mi°i« de-.ilmninory tests the comimi
c~lc~iamc'rhe dciepartnma t foolr thatI frin- felt drat t.1. tii(52 >ii ages \VC-j
terity mnen can get a suiffcienrt 'h ones.I
x: :> amount of competition by taking!
part in fraternity acivIxities, t11 -
aye of Tulane is defending the iie fore any teams that are nrc{a
then, half'back, both of the FAlahamai indepecndents must contain on.;ly5
rolling toward an undefeated record the names of nton-fraternity anAVETSN
Maniagers wVIo organize ; t nm
Swhich does not forfeit asi s
game are awarded a naner al NTI02
4IC I #G N TL?.ACK sweater or a trophy cup. At noI
"RQSPECTS FAIR time during the season can playersj Let us worry about being careful
transfer from one team to another. .ihsl ltin ob ahd
MOE LAUJNDRY
Scteigo etemnFr asty H rier Fail 204 North Main Street
Nucleus as Drills Start. inC fe nc M et- Phone 3916 C
Coach Charles Hoyt will get his LEAVING for Columbus, Ohio,
first opportunity of the year to look (Continued From Page 6) Wednesday noon, room for three
over his Varsity track material; miles was 26:27.7. passengers. Call 7941 before 7
next Monday when them first regular; Austin of Michigan showed a - -----__ --v_ _
practice of the year will be held. complete reversal of form, finish-
All of the candidates will be requir- ing no better than 20th and trail-
edi to workout at least four tumes ing many of the same men he hasTlEF Ni
a week from novi until the holi-1 decisively defeated in earlier meets.
davs. Practice of an urnlficial na- I Wofe and 1 lowell finished in order
ture has been going on for some directly, behind Austin.L E

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With a veteran line and Felts, star sophomore fullback, the Green Wr
Conference championship won by them last year. Sington, tackle, and Sui
eleven axe the main factors in the success of the Crim son Tide which is r
this season and a tie for the first Conference honors wit-h Tulane.

HARRIERS GIVEN
CLASS NUMERALS'
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Get Class Sweaters.

SIDELINE
CHATTER
(Continued From Page 6)
squad, starred at the other1 half,

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ion men of (Coach Toei Horn- and was a constant threat to the
berger's freshman cross country oppesition. At fullback was a man
team are to receive numerals for'; of the typical crushing fullback
their work in the competition which type, except that he was able to
closed with the Armistice day run,j cut into an ope-n field as few fulls
it was announced yesterday. are able to do. Hudson also could
First year men who are to receive snr ea aswhncle
upon, as demonstrated much to the
the honor include: Ray Aley, Nereej disappointment of Harvard, Mim*e-
D. Alix, Charles R. Dickson, William sots, and Illinois.

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G. Dodd, D. H-. Larmee, I. K. M2-
Adam, Richard McManus, Harry
Pick, Fred Rollins, and Arve Youn-
ger-.
Cups will also be a.warded to

.uuevc, ~e viicrga tem illbethree men who showed their upe-
able to card games with outside op- riority in the events. The three are
ponents. One contest is listed for{ Alix, ?Dickson, and McManus.
early in September to be played in______-__
Buffalo, with Harvard probably as G a
the opponent. Other games to op en Gr pers6 Will Open
the season are pending' with WiA- IQ.as fit' Ypsiant I
ern Ontario, and the Ontario Agf-
gies. Coach hKeen's wrestle _s wl co'en'
From now on the Wolverines will the .,eascn against Michigan Stab~
practice' every day at the rink. -Normal here, Dc!. 1. Ypsila nti i ;
Last night was taken up for th,- mnuch stronger this year and Coach
Mxost part in the allotment of Keen is rushing his men into con-
equipment to the men, so it will dition for this hard warm-up meet.
not be until tonight that Coach Work-outs are to be given each
Lowry can get much of a line on j afternoon instead of three after-I
the men who have reported. Prac - 'I crs a week, as has been formerly
tices are held at 61:00 o'clock so they the case, Coach Keen announced
will not interfere with the regularC last night.
skating hours of the Coliseum. I An All-Campus wrestling meet

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Of these men two wHil not b j
back next year. Sin$all anid
Wheeler are duc to hanig' eni
their student's tegaw this ;year,
and leave their places a Arab- 1
lm for the Michigan ment01.
There will be srnic gooO men
toc fight for these be;rths ne-t
?,oar he v er, with the~nsa
cus fom this ea on ';t'>
e g~ladsue-h i 3 u
again tak- the foeld for t he-Xiaiz
and! Blue next year. Auer, lon r,
Samuels, iMorrison, La Jeen. ssa>
Daniels, Cox, and Williamson wille
!)e availabie to build a line of vet-'i
eran material, with some sterling

time now with most "01fthe candti- _
dats fr arsity berths in uni- calrry the brunt of the responsibil-
formts. itfy. Hloyt also has Brubaker, fourth
In the track events Coach HoytI place winner in the javelin and
is placing his hope in Tolan, whoI Capt. Pottle, who placed fourth in
finish ,d second in both the 100 and the pole vault.
S htis the Conference meet last
year, Campbell, fourth in the 220, , ---- - -
Siith. fourth in the 100, Russell,
second in the quarter-mile, and. E VN yrfrad
Wolfe, who -was fourth in' the mile.
In the 1meVe- events, Brooks, who
-3j{a1 i rst in the discus and se .-
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