;FRIDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1930
MATMEN TO MEET
Ypsilanti to Face Wolverines
Here December 6 in First
Clash of Season.
With Ypsilanti Normal coming
here Tuesday, December 9 to fur-,
nish the opening opposition of the
season Coach Cliff Keen is rapidly
rounding his varsity mat squad in-
to shape for this inaugural en-
counter with the Hurons- Despite
the loss of four of last year's Con-
ference champions the Wolverine
mentor looks forward to a good
year in Big Ten circles, as a large
squad of new candidates furnish
ample opportunity for development.
Several of the new men are
showing unmistakable s i g n s of
ability, lacking only experience to
make them capable grapplers. In
addition, the men recently recruit-
ed from the football team give
Keen still a further ground from
which to develop material. No cuts
will be made until after the all-
campus meet, December 16-18, at
which time the present number of
50 will be cut down to 30 men.
Five Veterans Back.
Captain Auer, Stoddard, Benz,
Woodward, and Aldinger are the
five lettermen returning to furnish
the nucleus for this year's team,
and these men will be ably sup-
ported by several promising new
candidates. Sigwart, a sophomore,
and Aldinger are the outstanding
men in the 118 lb. class, while two
sophomores, Otto and Cortes, and
Bennett, a junior, are the outstand-
ing wrestlers in the 125 lb. class.
If Woodward can make the
weight in the 135 lb. class the Wol-
verines will be well represented,
but there is a strong possibility
that the veteran will be forced in-
to the next class, and in this event
Michigan's prospects will not look
Gridders to Wrestle.
Benz will be the Wolverine main-
sitay wrestling at 145 lbs., and the I
stocky gridder should handle his
matches in a capable manner.
Power, Parker, and Heim , and
Reif seem to be the leading candi-
dates in the 155 and 165 lb. classes
respectively, with three football
men, Jordan, Morgan, and LaJeun-
esse, being the most likely pros-
pects in the 175 lb. division.
Captain Auer, Grinnell, and Stod-
dard will probably carry Michigan's
colors in the unlimited class, and
will render the Wolverines strong
in heavyweight circles.
Freshman Hockey Call MANN TO ARRANGE
Gets Record Turnou! SWIMMING M E E T S
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the practice session thus far, thus .. Tentatively.
indicating that hockey is coming AA.Tetaivly
into its own as an accepted sport
here. Big Ten games with the Min- (Continued From Page 6)
nesota and Wisconsin ice teams are :01.6 seconds in covering the dis-
to bescheduled at the conference tance in 2:36 flat.
which is to be held in Chicago over Although no other definite dates
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Big Ten list has been made out,
Coach Mann has lined up one other
meeting to take place sometime
L this season. This meet will bring
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Although the first time trials of Chicago Athletic As-
the season for the Varsity track sociation team, the only group of
squad will not be held until Satur- natators to defeat the Varsity in
day, Dec. 13, Coach Charlie I loyt a dual meet last season, to Ann
is running his charges through Arbor to clash with the Wolverines.
some easy tests in an effort to de- Michigan lost the final relay and1
termine just what men can be de-
pended os in the later trials, the meet to this team last year on
In the hurdles, Hafio stepped a the evening following a hard
fast 65 yards in 8.8 seconds. Egles- fought victory over Northwestern,
ton who is considered to be the best Featured on the Chicago A. A.
hurdler has not been timed as yet. team will be a group of stars most
The distance men have not been of whom have performed for some
permitted to run the full distances of Northwestern's crack swimming
yet, but they have turned in some teams at one time or another. How-
good time for shorter stretches. ell and Brier, freestyle swimmers
who held practically every Big Ten
CHiCAGO-Red Grange seemza i record in these events when they;
to have found how to lose your were in college, and Wally Col-
weight and have it, when he weigh- bath, Olympic diver, are only three
ed out after the Portsmouth game of the many stars that will be in-1
Saturday three and three-fourths eluded on the roster of the Chicago
pounds heavier than he weighed in. team.I
VOLLEY BALL. several of the first round matches
Six league championship, hre be ing played. A great deal of in-
already been decided in the s ~ terest is being shown this sport as
ternity volley ball tournarne ht.
Those houses which have b.n su e- evidenced by the fact that 80
cessful in landing on top int(e ir students have entered the tourna-
respective divisions are Del,, ep- ment.
pa Epsilon, Phi Lambda -a--, __.____-,--
Trigon, Phi Sigma Deli,
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ta. The play-off between the i1cue We serve
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way next week. Last year t1he Lillc DINNERS AND
was captured by Trigon.
ALL-CAMPUS SQUAS1 TOASTED
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have already advanced to the quar-
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who entered in the competition 20
have survived the earlier rounds.
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