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Tri-tG M It 1HT0N D A T LY

WEDNESDAY, DECE~MBER 3, 1936

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o -PASI 51N C PLA YS
Vcenker Gets Squad into Shape
to Meet Tough Opposition
in Teachers' Game.
MEN FLASH REAL FORM
Speeding up the workouts in an-
ticipation of the opening game!
Saturday the Wolverine cage squad
concentrated on offense last night
and ran through several difference
plays that are supposed to end up
in the basket. Pairing off the
guards and sending them down
the floor with the ball Coach Veen-
ker stressed a passing attack that
bores into the right or left side of
the hoop for the dog 'shots.
Open Season Saturday.
With the opener slated for the
end of the week the entire squad
is being vhipped into shape and
though the Teachers are not ex-
pected to show much in the way of
fancy basketball they will be a
tough team to pry the lid off the
Michigan season. T h e Western
quintet outweighs and is man for
man taller than the Wolve pack,
while their size in no way hinders
their speed or ability to cover the
floor.
Later in the practice session
Veenker chose two teams and sent
them through a long scrimmage
marked by stopsafor correction and
comment as well as direction on
the type of offense to be used.
Passing on the short positions as
well as a fast floor length sweep
are features that stood out in the
play. Several times the squad
showed flashes of real ball as they
handled the sphere with mid-sea-
son handiness.
Choose Probable Lineup.
The first team picked for the
drill consisted of Altenhoff and
Shaw at the guard posts. Weiss
and Eveland, the sophomore star,
played the forward berths and
Daniels was in at center. This team
is probably close to the first string
lineup that will start against West-
ern.
FRESHMAN TRACK $
All freshmen who want to
try out for freshman track, re-
port to Coach Doherty any after-
noon in Yost Field House from
3 to 6 o'clock.

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CARIDE 'S T0E V ES GAME FOR RAMBLESRS

~xi~ Sho Altred
Phns for holding a freshman
bo:ing meet December 9 have
en~ s'et aside in favor of a dif-
~Cfent 1ayut to be held later in
' asx':TD. Coach Let Philbin
a~d ln~nci to let his yearling
,ag aiats go at it in a reg-
'..r o;rw made up of all the
r;n who hae at{ tnided his daily.
,:1v w,, dII c::. After goinp
._rt conference with Dr. May at
',a.rman Gym, he announced
1h_ - he ShOw w, Lw b postpon-
Edi titl about a month after
Chrictmoac vacation. This delay
{i;-e ioo'ball mon a chance
'I ente.' and nmca it rather a
s ,..nester test for all.

OLEIN UBTTUE ILL [PR
Coach Ray Courtright to Again . C. A,, and other Big Ten 'B'
Direct Jayvee*Practices; teams. In addition to these quin-
to Have Dozen Men. tets, negotiations are under way to
arrange a game with Michigan
cl-ITTrTAT T r Y Tll- TET E s'T' ta Nt'orrnal ,School at Ypsilanti.

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:: iorer Outfielder for Boston
Frank Carideo, Notre Dame's all-Amer can uarte le, ictured as he hit the Army line 'or a gain in and Chicago to Succeed
the game held last Saturday on mud-soaked Soldiers F 7,:d in Chicago, before 1O0,fO) spetators. Carideo Heinie Wagner.
booted the place kick after touchdown that gave the Irwsh the game, the Rocknemen winning, 7-, when a
dropkick tried by Broshus after the Army touchdown ailed. John "Shano" Collins, former
- ---____ _---_____ -star outfielder on the Boston Red

SCHEDLEJ INCOMW~ Z
Departing from the custom of
vrevious years this season's Junior
Varsity basketball squad will be
composed entirely of players taken
from the present 'A' squad. This
will make the number of men on
the Jayvee contingent an even
dozen.
Regular practice for the players
as members of the 'B' squad will
begin as soon as the next cut is
made in the personnel of the Vars-
ity. Coach Ray Courtright will again
be at - the helm as the guiding
genius of the Wolverine seconds.
TheJayvee schedule will include
about eight games, which will ex-
tend into the latter part of Febru-
ary. Contests will be played with
General Motors Tech, Western
State Teachers' College, Detroit Y.

Two of these games will take place
some time before the Christmas
holidays.
As a result of this new plan for
picking the members of the Junior
team, the quintet should be con-
iderably stronger than in past
seasons. The players will have
gained invaluable knowledge and
experience from their service on
the Varsity squad, and will be all
ready to swing into the regular
team work, having to spend no
further time on fundamental drills.
They are all working out every day
now under the direction of Varsity
Coach George Veenker.
UNIVERSITY OF OREGON -
Plans for a "Know Your University"
campaign are being made by a
student committee here.

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MICHIGAN STARS
TO PLA Y IN FLINT,
Former Gridders to Take Part inj
Charity Game, Dec. 7. j
Ralph Wills is organizing a team
of former Michigan, Detroit, and
Ypsi stars to play a charity game
in Flint, Sunday Dec. 7, against a"
selected group of former Michigan
State and M. I. A. A. stars.
Bovard of Michigan and Jakea
Rice lof Ypsi are slated for the
center position. Steinke of Michi-
gan and Vanyo, who will be remem-
bered foi his spectacular game J
against Michigan early this year,
will play the guard positions. Poor-
man, Decker, former Flint Central
high school star, and possibly Auer
and Draveling will be at the tackles.
Herman Young, University of De-l
troit star, Bill Orwig of Michigan,
Woody of Ypsi, and Wills will see
service on the flanks.
In the backfield will be Lloyd
Brazill, All-American in 1923, Con-
nell, also of the U. of D. and cap-
tain in 1928, Zettle of the U. of D.
and Ralph Wills, member of the
Varsity squad this year at Michi-
gan.

cauecourt 1tu
Each day brings the initial cage culty in outjuming Garne,
game w;hi Western State Teachers' second string center.
College closer, and Coach George Another possibility for the pivot'
Veenker is lining up his prospects post is Shaw, who is playing regu-
with a view to bringing the first lar guard as far as a first team
five men into an effective working can be picked. Shaw is playing his
combination before December 6, first year on the Varsity and is a
the opening date. At present a fast man and an accurate passer,
group of six men stand out as the 1 but it is doubtful whether he can
probable regulars of the season. go up in the air after the ball weil
These are Shaw, Altenhoff, Dan- enough to fill the vacancy left by
iels, Eveland, Weiss, and Root. Chapman.
Thus far, however, the first In the event that Veenker
five men have not been defin- does decide to use Shaw at cen-
itely decided upon due to the ter, a positien a guard wili be
lack of a suitable pivot man. left open which wil probably
A quintet that has gone well I be filled by Root. At the same
in scrimmage providing they time Daniels will team up with
can get the tipoff consists of Weiss at the 4orward ost and
Alienheff and Shaw as guards, I Eveland will be rele ated to the
Lanieis as center, and Weiss bench. With a wealth of for-
and Eveland as forwards. Dan- wards, however, Coach Veenker
iels, a substitute forward last will probably keep Shaw at
year and a Varsity letter man guard and Jet Daninls show his
in football and baseball as well, wares at center unless some-
has been converted into a cen- one else develops a proficieincy
ter, but is experiencing diffi- (Continued on Page 71
Lo~okto DEL PRETE,
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So and Chicago White Sox, has
been appointed to the managership
of the Red Sox to succeed Heinie
iagner.pwho resigned from the
leadership of the team after the
1930 campaign.
Collins is a veteran of many
yrevrs service in the American
League, starting as a pitcher with
the White Sox. An injury, however,
ended his days on the hurling
mound, and he went to an infield
position, finally moving to the out-
field where he stayed throughout
the remainder of his days in the
majors. Collins was sent to the
Boston clubin a trade that brought
Harry -Hooper to the White Sox.
Since he left the majors Collins
has had great success as a minoi
league manager with the Des
Moines club of the Western League,
Wagner who was appointed to
the managership of the Boston
team at the start of the 1930 sea-
son, failed to do any better with
the club than any of his predeces-
sors, Fohl, McCallister, or Carrigan;
the team ending the year in its
customary place at the bottom of
the ladder. Collins' appointment
comes somewhat as a surprise, as
the names of Tris Speaker, Muddy
Ruel, and Steve O'Niell were men-
tioned more for the post than that
of the former Red Sox gardener:

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