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WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1930

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE SEVEN

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MAT EN TO STACE
Fifth Annual University Tourney
to Begin December 16 With
Record Entry List.
NOT OPEN TO VARSITY
Proof that interest in wrestling
here is enjoying a steady increaseI
is demonstrated by this year's en-'
try list in the All-Campus tourna-;
ment which over a 100 men have
signified their intention of enter-
ing. When the meet was inaugu-
rated five years ago only 25 or
30 grapplers composed the entry
list, but every year since then has
shown an increased number of
contestants with this season mark-
ing the high point so far.
The All-Campus wrestling tour-
nament is open to all students ex-
cept those that have won a Varsity
letter. It furnishes an especially
fine opportunity for freshmen to
display their wares, and attract at-
tention. The winners in each of
the eight classes will receive gold
medals emblematic of the Univer-
sity championship.
Weigh In Monday.
As usual the meet will be under
the direct supervision of uhe In-
tramural department, and will be
conducted in the Intramural build-
ing. The contestants will weigh in
Monday, December 15 with the
tourney scheduled to get under way
at 4:00 o'clock the next day. But
two pounds overweight will be al-
lowed in each class with matches
carded to be held in the 120, 128,
137, 147, 157, 167, 177 lbs., and un-
limited classes.

'iWULATIONS OF THE
MICHIGAN IE RINK.
Fees.
Single admission-
Afternoons except Saturday,
Sunday, Holiday-25c.
Evenings, Saturday, Sunday,
Holiday afternoons-50c.
Non-transferable student a n d
faculty tickets.
Seven skates for $1.00 issued
on presentation of athletic book.
Non-transferable University!
High School student ticket.
Seven skates for $1.00 issued
on presentation of card issued
by U-ersity High School Prin-j
ciaal.
ra_-! :: ir .rable Ann A r b o rE
Publ s Gehool student ticket.-
Five skates for $1.00 issued
upon presentation of card issued
by School Principal.a
Skat ng Club fee issued by
Committee, Dr. A. O. Lee, Chair-
man, $10.00 for season.
Sat ur day mornings school chil-
drsn will be admitted for 10c.
: Use of Rink.
p. m. to 2:30 p. m. daily
except Saturday and Sunday-
Skating Club (figure skating).
2:30 p. m. to 5:00 p. m. daily
excent Sunday-General skating.
6:00 p. m. to 8:00 p. m. daily
except Sunday-Varsity Hockey.
3:00 p. m. to 10:00 p. m. daily
excep I Sunday-General skating.
1:00 p. m. to 2:30 p. m. on Sat-
urdays and after 10:00 p. m.
daily except Sunday-Intramu-
ral Hockey.
3:09 p.Im. to 5:00 p. m. Sun-
days-general skating.
10:00 a. m. to 12:00 a. m. Sat-
'irdlav open for school children.
SOUTHERN TEAMS
READY FOR TILTS
Major Elevens Polish Attacks
for Turkey Day Games.

ANDY HIGH SENT CAGLE FINDS PRO
BACK TO MINORS FOOTBALL TOUGH
(by Associated Press) ( l Associatd Press)
ST. LOUIS, Nov. 25.-Little Andy NEW YORK, Nov. 25.-Cris Cagle
agrees that professional football is
High, one ofazy Vance's big a tough racket as the professionals
problems, is going back to the min- Manager Stanley Harris of the to play pro football. avold wil be play it.
ors. Detroit Tigers has already begun "There's no fooling about this
T h e veteran infielder, whose to build up his team for next year. a member of the Chicago Bears, professional football," the famous
. iThe Tiger pilot recently announced and will play against the Chicago redhead said, "and when they tac-
the purchases of three new players, Cardinals Thurscay night. He will kle they mean it."
Brooklyn series last fall won two two outfielders and a shortstop. team up in the iaciield with Red Cagle made his pro debut with
straight games when the Cardinis "Hubby" and Gerald Walker, broth- the New York Giants on Sunday
needed them most, has been sold to ers, are the gardeners, while Joe Grane and Bnci Ngursi and was hurt early in the first
Rochester of the IternationaMorrissey is the shotstop. All of period when he collided with Tom
the players come from the Evans- State star, has been selected as Nash of the Green Bay Packers.
league, the Cardinal business office ville team of the Three-i league. alternate on the Ak-Western Cagle suftered a deep gash in his
announced today. Rochester is a Captain arold S ad, cap m selected by the United head and Nash a broken nose.
Cardinal "farm." tain of the Michigan State ts.ag hs s Nash was through for the day but
High has been a colorful major football team, who lost his leg r tst a-ro nd playe r in the Cagle returned to the lineup later
lege hel eas fhsai- early this season, was among graItalrun lyri h in the game.
Leaguer chiefly because of his obi- the 15 players of the Michigan Western Conference. 1Commenting of Green Bay's for-
ity to rise to great heights in emer- State squad to receive major I The Chicago Blackhawks hockey I ward wall Cagle said: "I never
gencies, and for his ability to hit letters and gold footballs when team is setting new attendance thought or believed a line could
Brooklyn's famous Dazzler. they were awarded yesterday records in hockey. In their first be so tough. Both teams fought
Andy, now 33 years old, has been by the Athletic Council. three games the Hawks have played bitterly but there was no unneces-
in baseball since 1919, when he Joe Savoldi, formerly fullback of to over 40,000 customers. sary roughness."
started with Memphis and has the Notre Dame championship-
played with Brooklyn, Boston and bound eleven, has changed hip
St. Louis in the National league. mind and will start in immediately
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The first preliminary matches (73v .4ssocaate'd Irr~cs)
will startrat 4:00 o'clock Tuesday, ATLANTA, Nov. 25.-Feverish ac-
December 16 with each battle be- tivity characterized the southern
ing limited to seven minutes. Fin- sports scene today as major foot-
als will be staged at 4:00 o'clock ball elevens polished up for a
on Thursday. A one minute time Thanksgiving finish filled with po-
advantage will be sufficient to win tential dynamite.
a decision, unless a match goes to Alabama, unbeaten thus far, is
the extension period in which case being primed to combat the fierce
a 30 second advantage will be charge of Georgia, conqueror of
enough to take the decision. Yale and N. Y. U. TuLane, fighting'
Three men will referee the bouts to retain its 1929 conference title,
during the course of the tourna- is preparing for a traditional test
ment with Rober-t Hewitt, Theron against Louisiana State. - Tulane is
Donahoe, and Otto Kelly having favored.
been selected by the Intramural A squad of 35 Kentucky Wildcats
department as those individuals. entrain tonight for Knoxville to
These men are all well-versed in meet Tennessee,
the technique of wrestling having Up in Virginia much attention is
been excellent grapplers them- being given the time honored Vir-,
selves, and will be in a position to ginia Military-Virginia Poly and
render fair decisions. -}Virginia and North Carolina en-.
Seek Varsity Material. gagements. Thursday will see the
With the approach of the All- thirty-fifth renewal of the Virgin-
Campus tourney every year the ia-Carolina classic.
various wrestling coaches begin
looking forward to the opportun-
ity which it offers them to scan
the potential Varsity material that
makes up the entry list. Those
matmen that show signs of devel-
oping into future Varsity men will
be given considerable attention,
and every effort will be made to -
develop them along the right lines Br A C
for major competition.r F yJ
This mat carnival is in the na-
ture of a tryout of possible Va-
sity candidates before the expertyn
eyes of the coaching staff, and wJ.I. t*.
go a long ways toward determining
the make-up of this season's squaa - Il. .
that will represent Michigan in the
Western Conference.

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