TUESDAY, DECEMBfER 2,1930
ACHE MTCHTGAN DAILY
Matt Mann's Swinmevs to Hold
Third Meet of Season
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EXPERIENCE IS LACKING
Coach Matt Mann will see d his'
varsity swimmers into their thir'd
meet of the season tomorrow nigh);-t
with the Grand Rapids Y. M./. C. A.
coming here to furnish the opposi-
tion. The first event of what pro-
mises to be an interesting meet is
scheduled to start at '7 :30, Number-
ed among the stars on the Furni-
ture City team is Goldsmith who
last year starred in the breast
stroke for the Michigan varsity.
Last Saturday the Wolverine
tank squad performed in an exhi-
bition swim at the Indianapoolis
Athletic Club before a p acked house.
and the conclusion of the festivi-
ties found several Michigan swimn-
mers in possession of tank records
notably in the breast stroke events
and the relay.
Mann is highly desirous of com-
peting in as many meets as possible
before the opening of the Western
Conference season in order to giv)e
his squad of inexperienced sopho-
mores a considerable amount of
seasoning under the lire of compe-
tition. While several of the mean
possess natural talent to a great
degree, they lack for the most part
sufficient experience to establish
them as well-balanced swimmers
ready for major conquests.
As yet the Big Ten tank schedule
has not been determined, but willj
be drawn up at the annual coaches'
meeting in Chicago on December 6.
With several strong contenders in
the field this year's Conference
competition promises to be keener
than ever with a strong probability
that several existing records will
Star breast-stroker of last year'sI-
varsity swimming team, who comes iATV~ ' O O E
here tonmorrow night to swim for
the:' Grand Rapids Y. M. C. A. SEII& /T.Y S
against his old teammates in what'
promises to be an interesting meet. Coach Keen's Wresd1ers Work
~ Hard for Openiig fMect.
VA IT TAC Michigan State 1,ioimal w,,ill fur-
IT"" TO inish the first op osition for Coac.h
TP P f w ens resti:ers Tu esday, .Dcc. 9.c
S i I.I ffthoug'h Ypsi h as not an inter-
collegiate wrrestling teem 1, they will
Promsin Sopomoe Maeril ibring a team made up of the win-
PrM isnaS p om r M t ri l ners of the recent l-ca mnp us mni et.
MyCome to Assistance vpsi tori.ed wrrestlin g g as an , in-I
of Few Veterans.' tramural sport :our years ago and
have prodt'ced many Food :men.
EDDIE TOLAN -WILL RUJN Cacvee xetssifcm
petition in this ,warm -u) affair ndI
Michigan's prospects for the con- 1
i ig indoor track season are not the is drilling his mren every afternoon
brightest that she has had for some ;in1 preparation f o r this meelt.
time, yet there is a lot of promis- Strategy will 'olay an important
ing material on the cinder squad part in the winningof it his merit
to bolster up the few veterans leftCocfeanpditdndsdrl
this. year'. The sophomore crop CahKe rdce n sdil
seems to be one of the best and ing his men on the fine points of
needs only experience, wrrestling .
The Wolverines are exceptionally About 14 or 15 men will be eanter-
strong in the sprints with Eddie dntthsmeatcth eit.
Tolan, world-famous flash, Camp-dit hsme tcthwihs
bell with a good record to his cred- 21 the men wYill not havea to reduce
it, Smith and Murray, all veterans in cr der to make their weight,
earn its pi-,ce in thiis divisin.
mul tD ..cra Will Speak~
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ferenee which is o be held in Chi-
;1 c.-e~ 3s not h? I!,:-d to Big Ten
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sponsoring intramUral1 activities.
"rStimulating S1 ucLeniu Int"e rest in
IAthletic Partici at i n," will be the
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Jntr nivaral department who will
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on " Newvv ntramural Spor fts." A. A.
J ames and Randolph Webster will
also be active: at the convention.
and men who can
FOR IK i FIVSAJUH to turn in good time.
- tion in the hurdles
Ontario Squad Rated Among tough though for 1\
men. are sophomore:
Best in Canadian League. going to meet start
(Continued From Page 6) 1 ioyt has twoI
rey has put on the ice since his quarter--mile, Russel
advent at Michigan and he believes last year and Muel
that it is a stronger aggregation the relay team. Mc
than the one that took the WNest- relays, Gladding, an(
emn Conference title las~t year. .uniper, form a gooc
Many substitutes are one of the Alien stands out as
biggest assets to the present squad sophomores in this
and the Wolve lineup will have The haif-milers
many replacements this season, all new; Crawford,
Adopting a new method of drill vitch, and Chase.
the hockey team is not getting the good miler in Wolfe
usual number of scrimmages this probability; and Aus
year but special attention is being rmiler on the Maizea
given to the fundamentals of the These events couldE
game as well as a number of new ditional candidates
plays that are direct results of the door meets.
changes in the rules that were in-
troduced this year. T1hese plays
are to strengthen the weak spots
that showed up in the corner plays OC Y
of the skaters last season. Later in STAND]
the season the large number of re-
serves will compose a team that NTOA
will give real competition to theNTOA
Varsity in their drill sessions. The American Di
freshman squad that turned out W L
last week thirty, strong will also be Chicago .....5 0
used in the pre-conference drills N. Y. Rangers 3 3
as models of the different systems Detroit........2
of attack used in the Big Ten this Boston ......3 3
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ller who ran on
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istin is the two-
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stand some ad-
before the in-
Coach Kee n ex-oects the team to
show their best skill. Endurance,
will play an important part as the
meet is regulation length,
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