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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1930

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eceive Awards

1B'TEAM LETTERS
MIGHT BECHANGE
May Discontinue Givi ig aMa's'
to Members of Junior
Varsity Squad.
SUBS TO BE REWARDED
Twenty-two members of t h e
Michigan Junior Varsity football
eleven will receive awards for their
se ason's work, it was announced
yester day by the Athletic Associa-
tion. Although it is customary to
give these men "Ma ' letters, it is
still in doubt. as to what they will
receive this year, and no definite
information will be forthcoming
until a meeting is held next Mon-
day t decide on the question. It
is possible that some other form
of recognition will be given the
Jayvce gridders to distinguish them
from the substitutes un ihe Varsity
squad.
Those who will receive the award,
whatever it may be, are; William
Benz, Point Pleasant, N. Y.; Albert
Berkowitz, Granville, N. Y.; Theo-
dore Bovard, Ann Arbor; George K.
Bremen, Detroit; Frank P. Brown
Elgin Ill.; Ralph Coobe, Rochester,
Mich.; Leslie L. Frisk, Rock Island,
Ill.; Robert E. Hayes, Detroit; Wil-
lam T. Hoer, Jackson; Hilbert
Hoi'witz, Cleveland, .; Samuel
Hurwitz, Sioux City, Ia.; William H.
Jordan, Sioux Falls, S. D.; Tom
Justice, Niagara Falls, N. Y.; Wal-
fred Kuijala , Hancock, Mich.; A.
Arthur Kutsche, Monroe, Mich.;
Hlarold Lindsay, Detroit; J. Charles
Markley, Jr., Winnetka, Ill.; Or-
ville E. Parker, Detroit; Art Pod-
lewski, Dearborn, Mich.; William
Unger, Traverse City, Mich.; John
J. Van Akkeren, Ann Arbor; and
Joseph L. Winston, Washington, D.
C.
Remainder Expect to Get aMa.
Members of the Varsity suad
who did not receive major "M" a-
wards will probably be awarded
the regular "aMa" letters, but this
list will not be comlete until next
Monday at the earliest, when the
awards that the Jayvee gridders
will receive will also be decided.
The Wolverine Junior Varsity
team, in its third year under the
leadership of Coach Ray Court-
right, had only a mediocre season.
winning two games, losing four,
and tying one. The Cubs, however.
were as a matter of fact stronger
than this record tends to show, as
all of their losses were suffered
only after a fight.
Jayvees Down Former Champions.
After opening the season with a
defeat at the hands of the Central
State Teacher's tean of Mount
Pleasant, the Michigan Jayvees
came back to down the highly tout-
ed reservetteam of Indiana, cham-
pions of the Conference in 1929.
Ohio State, next on the schedule,
was tied, and the following week
the Jayvees journeyed to Illinois,
where they dropped a close 6-0 de-
cision when the offense failed to
function properly when thedball
was in scoring position.
A lull in the schedule on the
same day that the Varsity was
resting before the Harvard game
provided the Jayvees with sone
much needed rest, and on the fol-
lowing week-end t h e Michigan
Cubs came back to rout a weak and
punch-drunk General Motors Tech
team, 77-0.
Stiff Games Closed Sasou.
Two stiff games cloed the sea-
son for the Michigan team, and
both of the contests were dropped
in spite of the hard opposition fur-
nished by the Michigan team. Both
Western State Normal of Kalama-

zoo and the Wisconsin Junior Var-
sity were victorious in their gaines
against the Wolverine Cuba.
Several outstanding men were de-
veloped on the Michigan reserve
team that may help the Varsity
next year. These men, along with
the new stars that will be coming
up from the freshman and physi-
cal education squads, should prove
of enough strength to the Varsity
to fill the shoes of the men that
are graduating this year, Simrall,
Wheeler, Draveling, and Cornwell.

ARMY-NAVY CHARITY GAME EXPECTED TO DRAW LACE CROWD

BASKETBALL SCHEDULE
Date Opponents Place
Dec. G-W stern State ..... Here
Dec. 13-Michigan State... Here
Dec. 24-Pennsylvania ..... Here
Dec. 31-Ohio Wesleyan.. . . Here
Jan. G-Purdue ...........Here
Jan. 10-North western ... There
Jan. 12-Wisconsin ........ Here
Ja". 17--OhioState.......Here
Jan. 19-Northwestern . . . . Here

IMACALUSO RETAINS
GRID SCORIMS LEAS

Smashing Fullback of
Eleyen legan to Star
in Season.

Colgate
Early

One of the largest crowds of the season is expected to witness the Army-Navy grid classic when it is s
for the benefit of the unemployed. Among the players that will take pa rt in this game are Captain "P'o
Messinger, end on the West Point eleven, and Hagberg, Navy fullback. Army, because of her strong shcw
game the heavy favorite to win. In the background is shown a typical p re-game march on the Midshipmwn.
MI JCHIGA14N-U. of D. e
ALUMNI CLAS i hatt
Meet This Morning in Chari;y
Game; Former Stars Play.-
________ sel , which will test the Irish to the
After ill of the talk about a Uni- Athough iotball nterst on thc limit, and should Notre Dame stil
versity of Mischigan-University o Campus is reinty centered on Mich- be undefeated Saturday night, they
Detroit'sootball gam. erning out an- .,.'
Detroit football game that has been oan's chans ofuing outenx will indeed be worthy of journeying
othr canvionnipeleven next
circulating around Ann Arbor .nd )0' . U> ridkn sport iill holds westward to settle the ourtion o
Detroit this year, the two ;ch r~ ' the c n .r c tm n tiunal athletic national supremacy with Southe n
qre Anally to meet on the foow- is e, until alter this week. With California on December G. N tier
ball field-but it will be two teams ihe Notre Damc-.ixmy game sched- Army or Southern California will
of alumni that will carry the rival ulcd to take place in Chicago this be a push-over for the Ramblers,
colors. Saturday all eyes of the nation will in fact these two games will preb-
A grid game between tbe two be watching the outcome as an ably be as tough, if not harder thar
groups will be held this morning at- indication as i o what team will be t the Northwestern battle when the
9:30 o'clock on the Grosse Point the national champion this year. Irish managed to squeeze through
High School field in Detroit, and with a 14-0 win, gained in the lastI
the proceeds will go to the Grosse, This game will be the seven- part of the game after battling{
Point Lions club, which will distrib- teenth annual battle between with their backs to the wall for'
ute them among the needy in the ' thie Irish and the boys from the first half.
neighborhood. West Point, and with both
Among the former Michigan tcams undefeated to date this Interest in the Windy City
stars who will play are Leroy Nash, yer, a though Army was held over the coming set-to is reach-
Charlie Grube, Dr. William Flora, to a 7-7 tic by Yale, should ing a fever heat. While the
Ernie McCoy, Otto Pommerening. turn into another "battle of the game is still two days away,
and all-American tackle, Henry century." Both eleven's have tickets are few and far between,
3rinnell, Stan Muirhead, Tom Ed- 1l vwcd through tough sched- giving indications that foot-
vard, Howard Poe, Harvey Haw- ules with colors flying, and the ball's greatest crowd, 125,000
kins, Walter Kunow, Sid Dewey, outcome of the game will go will be on hand to see the con-
Ray Crogin, Tod Rockwell, Harvey a long way toward settling the test between the east and the
Straub, Stan Babcock, and Douglas qucstion of whether Coach I (Continued on Page 7)
Roby. IRcekne has the best team in _____________________
Ray Murphy, T. Barron, Roland the country, as so many of the
Hill, Ryan Mullins, Ray Anderson, South Etcnd rooters claim.
Ludwig Bachor, Francis Kenney, T
Lee Hart, Jim Shea, Francis Thel- That Rckne has a good team nof
an, and Anthony Petz are the Uni- one will doubt, but the question of
versity of Detroit graduates who its greatness will be in the balanc
will play. Saturday. Army hsan aggregation I

Ian. 24-Chicago.......There
at. a 2(-ho State.....There \RUSSELL LEADS BIG TEN
Feb. 1i-Ypsilanti Normal .llere__
Feb. 21--Indiaa.. .......Here Leonard Macaluso, smashing full-
>Feb. 23-Pu 'dae.....There
(eb. 3-Wiscei n.......There back on the powerful Colgate elev-
Yak o- i . There en, remains far ahead of the .other
a.-4:.....here backs in the country in the scor-
__ ._ -C______ .__ ._._.__ ._._.__. ___r ing list as the 1930 grid season
draws to .a close. The 195 pound
giant has piled up a total of 135
J n:r C 1 points this season which gives him
r F. undisputed claim to the scoring
honors of the country and ranks
him as one of the outstanding point
scorers in many years.
Managed to Outshine Hart.
The Colgate marvel is a senior
-g CoahPcksGeranythis year and is playing his second
.. hfg Coach Picks Germany year of Varsity football for that
or France to Capture institution. Last year his playing
was brilliant but his glory was
Olympic Games. I overshadowed by the famous triple-
taged at New York on December 13C- I threat man, Les Hart. However, at
y" Hmber, v to ran Army tackle, America's chances to win the the opening of the season this
n"> sa : th ; ye wili entcr ti track and field events in the 1932 year, Macaluso managed to come
Olympics at Los Angeles were pre-I into his own and has succeeded in
dieted last night by Ken Doherty, outshining the brilliancy of his
coach of the freshman track team teammate.
Settle and holder of the American de- A total of 18 of Colgate's touch-
I athion record. downs are due directly. to the work
f'e Claims IlS Fance and Germany have in- I of this star and it is impossibleto
- P)®creased the quality of their track ascertain the number of additional
pro 6. Barring and field records so much since times the ball has crossed the goal
:aff tames football for the 1924 Olympics that Coach line in the hands of some other
i : zec rinccn members ex- Doherty expects one if not both of player after Macaluso has put. his
cent IowF)8taie will end tomorrow these countries to nose out the team, in position to score. These
i>§ Okianonia plays Missouri in United States. In the 1936 Olym- touchdowns were made in eight
Nomarei the Kansas Aggies Pics all countries will be about on games. The remaining 27 points
1±bet Nebaska in Lincoln. a par, Coach Doherty expects. He came via the kicking route with
1 (3klahoma wins, the Sooners bases his opinion on the tremen- the versatile fullback's unerring
al ar. .L.. .iace with Kansas dous strides taken by the European toe booting 24 points after touch-
wih ended its season against countries in the track and field downs successfully and one field
Mimu'i L;t ac k and has a rec- events. goal.
c, A of our victories and one de- Coach Doherty graduated from Russell Leads Western Conference.
foat. It Missouri wins, or ties Ok- the College of the City of Detroit In the Western Conference, Reb
iahemna, ;he 3ansans will be un- in 1927. He went to Western High Russell, Northwestern fullback lays
oi'oUtecd title holders. school of Detroit for his prepara- just claim to the honors for high
Having a!-eady been eliminated tory work. Then he came to Mich- point total with the record of 49
com title consideration by a de- igan to do some graduate work in points in six games, an average, of
t t L t'he hands of Oklahoma and 1928. At present he is continuing over eight points per game. In
' pie t, Missouri, the twice cham- his graduate work in the School spite of the fact that the rythmi-
t+lN Lbraska Cornhuskers will try of Education, working towards his cal machine from Notre Dame
c: their fourteenth victory in 15 Master of Arts degree. stopped the flashy Wildcat and
;aines with the Kansas Aggics. In the spring of 1928, while held the entire Purple team score-
"ie Oklahoma M'issouri series is studying here, Coach Ken Doherty less for the full sixty minutes of
nearly even, Missouri having won continued his track workouts under play Russell remained the high
ln, Okiahoma. nine with one a Coach Ferrell and Coach Hoyt. In point man of the Big Ten.
« . Philadelphia that summer, he won Russ Rebholz, Wisconsin half-
-------- the National Championship in de- back, stands second in the list with
CINCINNATI - Mickey Heath, cathlon, scoring 7,660 points. His 43 points for the season's five
r ugging coast first baseman, has place on the American Olympic games. A few weeks ago the Bad-
buen purchased by the Cincinnati team by this victory was assured ger back was leading the Confer-
Reds. (Continued on Page 7) (Continued on Page 7)
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