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Michigana Athletic Board Drop
Custom of Presenting
'Ma' Ensgnia.
Thirteen members of the Varsity
football squad vrho were not award-
ed the regular Varsity 'M' for their
season's work, will receive the new
reserve awards that will also bc
given members of the Junior Var-
sity eleven. As the traditional
"aMa" letters have been discontin-
ued by the Board in Control of Ath-
letics the new ensignia will consist
of abbreviated class numerals of a
larger size than those awarded to
freshman teams.
Those that will receive these a-
wards are Leslie Avery, South Hav-
en, Mich.; Carl A. Castle, Jackson;
Russell Damm, Muskegon; DuVal
P. Goldsmith, Christiansburg, Va.;
Abe Marcovsky, Pittsburgh, Pa.;
Ward H. Oehmann, Washington, D.
C.; Karl Richardson, Ottawa, Ill.;
Jay H. Sikkenga, Muskegon; Claude
Stoll; Ann Arbor; Sylvester C. Shea,
Detroit; Ralph Wills, Flint; Field-
ing H. Yost, Jr., Ann Arbor; and
Carlton Soelberg, Sioux City, Iowa.
Few Go To 'B' Team,
All of these men were members
of the Varsity squad for the greater
part of the past season, although
four of them were moved to the
'B' team for its final game of the
season against the Wisconsin Jun-.
ior Varsity. Those that finished
the year on Coach Courtright's
squad were Stoll, Yost, Shea, and
The awarding of these numerals
was postponed until yesterday,
when a meeting was held to decide
them and to settle the question of
the type of ensignia that would be
issued to These men and those on
the Junior Varsity squads. The
'aMa' letters had for the past sev-
eral seasons been regarded as un-
satisfactory and much agitation
had risen for the change.
Final Grid Awards.
This list of numeral winners
completes the football awards for
the 1930 season, as all of the pre-
vious letter winners had been pre-
viously announced.
Five of these players were back-
field men, although one had start-
ed the season in the line. Avery,
the converted lineman, and Gold-
smith, were both fullbacks, while
Stoll, Yost, and Wills were all half-
backs. Stoll was employed through-
out the season to do the kicking
off for the Varsity squad, although
he never remained in the games
after that.
Athletic Awards.
Those who received awards
this year for "B" team, Physical
Eds, Freshman, Varsity football,
or Reserve awards, in order to
receive them before Christmas
must call at the athletic officee
at once for measurement.
H. A. Tillotson,

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in the an
both sta
are thet


Sidecourt Shots

Wolverines Will Meet Westeri
Ontario in Initial Ice
Clash Next Week.

by Jcc RusselL
Now that the moleskins are once
again packed away in moth balls
and interest in football turns
to speculation about next year's
I eleven, the campus athletic spot-
light will move on to basketball.
With the 1930-31 season opening
this Saturday with Western State
Normal scheduled to invade the,
Field House, Coach Veenker finds
himself with a tcugh problem on
his hands. Western State is reputed
to have an exceptionally strong five
Grid Bust Is Scene of Two Fast
Matches by Michigan Men.
Michigan's boxing enthusiasts
experienced their first action of the
season Saturday night when four of
Coach Let Philbin's proteges put
on two exhibition bouts for the
huge crowd which attended the
annual Grid Bust which was held
in the Masonic Temple at Detroit.
A middleweight affair between
Jack Starwas and Gus Trometer
was the feature of the evening and
drew a good hand from the audi-,
once. The men fought three two-
minute rounds, but no decision was
rendered. Starwas, however, ap-
peared to have an advantage.
Schloss and Bergtorff, both of the
freshman class and lightweights,
also gave an excellent, exhibition
match. Both were in better condi-
tion than the upper classmen. This
was the first real bout for the first
year men and they came through
in fine shape. Coach Philbin refer-
eed the matches, while C. H. Bren-
nan, president of the Michigan A.
A. U. acted as timekeeper.

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this year, w
strength will
the showing o
bers from la
several promi
in additi
Veenker, for
he took upt
coaching po
with a tear
a number
McCoys, 0
mans, or T
this year to
Blue. Hank
regular frog
on the squa
Captain Jo
played unti
season is no
able floor g
Daniels, and
have reporter
Miller is the
of the lot, an
ference basket
iels played las
sure of a pla
season. Tessm
fine player, bu
liamson will
year on the c
son was ont
last year, he p
Two more
land and Sh
regular ber
forward an
center or gi
of the talles
and Coach
ing him to
Chapman f
three years.
not overly la
able that 1'
play will c

hile the Wolverine's
depend mainly upon
f inexperienced mem-
.st year's team and
sing sophomores.

Con tolahCNethWe
r the first time since Driving down to a last minuti
the head basketball concen'ration of the practice ses
sition finds himscif sions the Michigan puck chaser
rn which is without are attempting to turn out a fin
of six-footers. No ished squad before their opening
osterbaans, Chap- game against the University o:
roskewskis are out Western Ontario to be played her
wear the Maize andI some time next week. Workin
Weiss, the only with the best lineup lf stick weild
n last year's teanm ers that he has ever assembled a
d is small, but fast. Ann Arbor Coach Lowrey will at-
De Downing, who tempt to again cop the Conferenc
I he was hurt last Title.
t big, but is a cap- The puckmen from Western ar'
card. rated among the best in the Can
Tessmer, H u d s o n, adian league and they will be o 1
Miller all from the to avenge the beating that th<
1930 gridiron squad Wolves handed them last year. Re-
d for practice, but ports from across the line stat
only really tall man that they have a stronger offenc
d he is without Con- than that of last season as well af
ball experience. Dan- a pair of defence men that almosi
st year and is almost do away with the necessity of a
ce on the team this goal keeper.
er is reputed to be a With these threats in mind th
t as yet untried. Wil- Wolverines are concentrating thei'
be playing his first work on the ice in an attempt t
ourt, and while Hud- develop an air tight defence. Earl3
the basketball squad drill periods have been given ove
payed very little. to this branch of the game witi
e sophomores, Eve- the idea that perfect guarding wil
iaw are battling for make the opponents shoot anc
ths, Eveland at a then the Wolves take the puck fo
d Shaw at either a passing attack that should enc
uard. Shaw is one up in the little cage.
t men on the squad Williams and Lengen are slated
Veenker is groom- for the guard posts while Courti
take the place Bob and Reid will play the wings. Cross
filled so well for man the sophomore star will prob-
With this group of ably draw the center assignmen1
3rge men it is prob- while the veteran Tompkins holdt
VMichigan's style of the goal. This lineup subject tc
hange into a fast changes is the best one that Low-
ued on Page 7) (Continued on Page 7)

Vars"y Uriaders Receive Reserve Award

Associated Pres P Pko
ama's Crimson Tide has a: c t 4c! i'ivitatior f frish the opposition for Washington State
nnual New Year's Day Classi pytd in ii Fe Bcu at Pasadena, Cai ornia. The Cougars and the
Tide boast two of the strongest lines in the Pctry with Singten of Alabama and Edwards of W.S.C.
rring at tackle during th e s a.ou. Se , iAhbama hacbaek, and Schwartz, State fullback
backfield aces.

HARMAN WOLFE TI CAPTA CO!S North Cen'ral Circuit
New Harrier Leader Has Been he clocked at 4:25 and he srprised (1Y Assocatd Paess>
Active on Track Squad. Inmany at the Outdoor Conference CHICAGO, Nov. 30. - The North
i Meet by coming in foucth man. Central conference, at its annual
| This year he has run on the cross meeting today, decided to abandon
Harman Wolfe, '32Ed, will cap- country squad finishing fifth in the practice of selection of an all-
tam the cross country squad for the meet with Ypsi, fourtUh against conference football team, or "all"
the coming year at Michigan. He Michigan State, and lower down teams of any kind. The group in-
was chosen late last week as the the line in other meets. He has been eludes North Dakota State, South
successor to this season's captain, consistent and Conch Hoyt counted Dakota State. North Dakota, South
Fitzgibbons. The new Harrier lead- on him for some nlace in each Dakota and Morningside college.
er has been active in cross country meet. Wolfe will be on the Varsity ---- -
and track for three years on the Track team again this year and
Michigan Campus. will run only in the mile event PLAY MINIATURE GOLF
Wolfe come from Lakewood High where he stands as Michigan's best
School, Lakewood, Ohio, where he bet for the coming indoor and out- ABOVE
was A member of their track team. doo- meets. Barring accidents, he SLATER'S STATE STREET STORE
He was a miler of good standing will be active in both these sportsGrees Fee 15c
there when he ran as one of the next year for the Wolverines
men on the first rate teams that 1 -___
Lakewood always turns out. At~~ -
present he is about 130 pounds of
harrier and is 21 years of age.
Entering as a freshman he did
not go out for cross country the
first year but he was a member of
the freshman track squad. He.
clocked the mile i 4:20 and ran
the two-mile grind in about ten
Last year as a sophomore, he was
on the Michigan harrier squad and
placed twenty-second in the all- I
conference meet. He improved in \ /
the mile on the cinder team until

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