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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1930
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1CHARITY GAME TOIT II LIT
BE HELD IN FLINT ' IIVLI INL
Former Michigan Stars to Play I r
i Atwood Stadium, Dec. 7. CI O A I
Hanley and Howard Relied on
to Fill Vacancy Left
by Star's In iurv.
Football fans the country over
have turned their eyes toward the
Far West to watch the preparations
being made by two grid teams of,
the first water who clash tomor-
row. The Notre Dame-Southern
California game holds the lime
light now and eclipses any other
games of strong rivalry through-
out the states. It is the battle of
the giants of the West with the
strongest football aggregation in
the eastern part of the country,
and the feeling runs high.
Knute Rockne and his charges
seemed to have been dealt a blow
by the loss of Moon Mullins but
their spirit has not altered, nor
their confidence, for they have
Hanley and f loward left to carry
on. The result though, is that the
odds on bets are even now. Stop-
ping at the University of Arizona
in Tucson, the Ramblers are prac-
ticing in long secret drills to make
that offense of theirs even more
perfect to meet the Trojans tomor-
Southern California. waits impat-
iently to try their plays against
their famous opponents. Coach
Jones is stressing the defense half
of the game, putting his confid-
ence in the ability of the Trojans
to hold the Ramblers helpless un-
til they can get a substantial lead
for themselves. This year's squad
is the strongest in years and is cer-
tainly a perfect opponent for the
victory-riding Notre Dame men.
Statistics pile up in the Rambler's
favor everywhere but in total'
scores, but the Trojans do not let
that daunt them at all.
CHICAGO-Lee Hanley, North-
western halfback, incurred compli-
cations the day of the Notre Dame-J
Army game when he jumped out of,
his taxi- and caused Louis Allais
to make a pass at him.
Interest in Puck Team Exceeds
Showing of Past Seasons
Says Coach Lowrey.
Hockey interest at the University
during the corming season will far
exceed that shown in any previous
year, said Coach Ed Lowrey last
night with the announcement thatI
44 freshmen aspirants for the puck'
team had turned out for the first
practice session Wednesday eve-
ning in the Coliseum.
This is the largest number that
has ever turned out for the sport
and out of this group Coach Lava
rey expects to pick a dozen or so
good prospects. Several of the
turnouts appear to have some real
ability and experience. Three of
the men are from the Houghton
Lake hockey club, while others
have had experience with the De-
troit hockey teams and several with
Canadian high school teams.
Ten of the men were cut from
the squad at the first session and
another cut has been announced
for the practice period next Satur-
day night. Practice will be held
two nights a week thereafter and
later in the season the yearling
outfit of pucksters will scrimmage
the Varsity team.
The Varsity hockey men are con-
tinuing their nightly practice in
the Coliseum rink in preparationI
for the Western Ontario University
game which is scheduled to be
played here Dec. 13. Considerable
student interest has been shown in
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by Joe Lu.sel.
Michigan students will get their
first chance to see Coach Veenker's
big guns in action when Western
state Normal invades the Yost
Field house tomorrow night to
ring up the curtain on the 1930-31
season. How the Maize and Blue
bombardm~ent of C Teachers'
basketriildepend -Y on how
three sophomores and Lao juniors,
one of whom played regularly last
season come through.
Present indications are that
the Wolverine mentor will start
Weiss and Eveland at the for-
wards, Daniels at center, with
Altenhoff. and Shaw at guards.
Of these men ony Weiss was
a regular last year, although
Daniels was a first string sub-
stitute and won his letter. The
other three members of the
quintet have wonderful prep
school reputations, but are as
yet unproven under intercol-
teen opponents in a row fell
before the Kalamazoo team's Coach Chief Nevit. of Bay City Coach Mann Leaves for Chicago
attack, and the Teachers are high school is organizing a team of to Arrange 1931 Big Ten
miost anxious to extend their former Michigan Sta t and Al)-M.
record at the expense of the I. A. A. tars to play Ralph Wills'.Swimming chedle.
< eries team of Michigan_ pi, and Dc- After having seen his swimming
scenteie nl ade oswlrce troit stars Sunday, Dc. 7 in At- team down the Grand Rapid; Y.
four regulars from last season and wood Stt.dium in Flint. M. C. A. aggregation, G2-13, in a
three substitutes, who will be r. d Stars seen in the Michigan- meet in the Intramural pool on
to rush into the game at any Urms. Michigan State games and former Wednesday night, Coach M a t t
Co-captain Grein, star guard, who stars o' M. I. A. A. cellees will ap- Mann left yesterday for Chicago.
has been ill for some -me may Ot- where he will attend the annual
be able to ulay tomorrow, but Lhe ". ear again:t the Former stais of coaches' conference and attempt
other leader, Captain Byrum, hig,, Michian, Ypsi, and University of to arrange a Big Ten schedule for
scorer of the i hNan cllegiate Detroit. Although Coach Nevitt Michigan's tank team.
conference a year ago will be ready has not definitely decided on his The Wolverines, in their showing
to start, and is sure to =nake trou- lineup, he promises a strong team against Grand Rapids, looked to be
ble for the home team. wi.l be put on the field. every part of a strong team, win-
- -Aganst Chief Nevitt's charges ning both of the relays and the
io i Fends Happness RaHh Wills will array -such former first two place in every other
. Michigan linemen as, Poorman, Or- event. Schmeiler, especially, star-
a Prison Coyne ent wig, &vard, Steinke, and Drave- red in the meet, winning both the
Iling. In addition he will have the 100 yard breaststroke and freestyle
CHICAGO, Dc. 4.Frank Rorh's>three star linemen of Ypsi this last races. He continued on for another
CHICGoDec.4.in s ankrow."'s year in Jake Dice at center, Woody 100 yards in the breaststroke event,
road to happiness is "alimony at end, and Vango in the guard breaking the Big Ten record by
"Some of the happiest hours of __-_w_"
" m4.nf 28t G.t hV IniG hiIrV position.
Eveland and Altenhoff are prob- my life have been spent in a cell,"
ably as clever players as have worn r Frank told the court today as he a
the Michigan uniform for some was returned to the county jail,
time, and their presence in the "and I am glad I can secure the
lineup will mean much to the pleasure of such confinement at
Varsity. Captain Joe Downing will any time by simply failing to keep
be sitting on the sidelines tomor- up my alimony."___ _
row night, not because he has been
displaced by one of the newcomers,
but because of a leg injury which Burr, Patterson and
he suffered last year. "eRd H ' rAuld C
Against this inexperienced ,A
material, the invaders will be O
able to present a line-up almost ,Y S L f A PHtl Fraternity Jewelers
entirely composed of veterans STATIONERY
from the team which won all
its games last season. Seven- when it makes its appearance from
(Continues- on ?age 7)
Who will probably hold down the
pivot position when the Wolver-
ines face Western State Teachers
here, Saturday night.
CHICAGO-William L. "Young"
Stribling, the fistic man from
Georgia, arrived in the Windy City
Monday accompanied by his mother,
father, and William III, to open his
training quarters for his bout with
Tuffy Griffiths, Dec. 12.
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