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PAGE SIX

THE MICHIGAN DAIL'Y

SATURDA A,.DECEMB7P, , 1930u

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pwHU R TO TESTMICHIGAN'

MET MICHIGAN HERE TONIGHTI

Undefeated Notre Dame
Clashes With Southe
California Today.
COLGATE PLAYS N.
Althougnh most of the urn

inci~mntWeather Predifctions,
-' =e }v+ rThhold 'Charity Ce 3x.
Eleven 01ltCL AhfIac
? ~Weather the Ci-arity fflu )ail gjame
in Flint w~ill be post ouned until
Sunday Dec. 11. T"horas ilailigan,3
x'. u.T Sporn. promoter, ,whao is sponsoring
the W,.i~t ity gjamo blwe n orme
Diversity IM."chigan, Ypsi, and Detroit stars

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Green Varsit3
Fast and

:y Quintet to Send4
Shifty Team

Against Foes.

CONTEST OPENS SEASONI
PROBABLE LINE-UPS
Michigan W. S. Normal
Weiss ........LF.......Athoff
Eveland....... RF . Den Herder
.or Overton
Daniels .......C,..... ...Byrum
Altenhoff......LG......... Grien
Shaw ......... RG....... Decker
Michigan will open its 1930-31
basketball season tonight at 7:30
o'clock when Western State Normal
invades the Yost Field House to
match points with Coach Veenker's
brand new quintet. The Teachers
will trot out on the floor tonight
with four of their regulars from
last year's undefeated team again
in the line-up and with three re-
serves and a host of promising
material to fill the one gap at cen-
ter.
Michigan on the other hand will
have but one regular from last
season on the floor, in Hank Weiss,
star forward, and one man wo
won a letter but did not play in all
of the games in Norm Daniels. The
other three Michigan men are fast,
clever players, but have as yet to
prove their ability under cole iate
fire. Shaw, Altenhoff, and Eveland
are all promising netters, and
Michigan's hopes for success this
year will depend largely on how
they stand up under the pace whicht
is sure to be set for them.
Lack Iheight.
For the first time in many years'
the Wolverines will take the flor
without at least three six-footers
i the line-up. None of the men
who are slated to start tonight
reach that figure, and with such
being the case, it is probable thatI
Coach Veenker will rely upon speed
and cleverness in handling the ball
whereas in years past he has been
able to over-play, if not out-play
his opponents.
The men on the Varsity are ad-I
mirably suited for this style of
competition, since they are all ex-
ceptionally fast, and whether they
will be dangerous to their future
Conference opponents will be se-
tled tonight. The Western State
team is an adversary which would
test the strength of the best teams
in the country, and much will be
told about the Wolverines strength1
by their showing against the in-
vaders.
Roost Winning Streak.
Winning 17 games straight last
year from the strongest teams of its
class in four states, Western State
established a record for wins which
they hope to equal this season, and
with four of the men who helped
again in the line-up it is highly
probable that they will.
In Co-captain Byrum, Coach
Buck Read has one of the finest
forwards in the west. He led the
Michigan Conference in scoring last
year, and reports from Kalamazoo
state that he has his shooting eye
again this season. Not a man on
the Western State team last year
scored under 100 points, a fact that
in itself proves that Michigan will
need a stout defense tonight if they
are to win the game.
Weiss and Daniels both came to
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moleskins throughout K'n country }Oi1,ai t the former i chiga w at

Ou_ TY 1H I el x.
Yearling Trackmniento Gf ir
Real Tlest of Sea son'
Next Wedused av.
Under the supervision - of c .,
Doherty aspirants for the fresl
man track team are working ou.
daily in Yost field house. Next
Wednesday aft e rn o on C oah
Doherty will give his men thzeir
first real test of the season when-
an inter-squad meet is schedutled
to take place.
The yearling 'squad has been i-_
vided into two teams of approxi-
mately equal strength. Wednes-
day's meet will be thae first of sev,,-
eral inter-freshman contests whc
will be held throughout the year
The two teams have elected t-) c~lII
thF nsvesthetTFresh -and1 Fro h.

V~t~~have been packed aw,.y in the stars witn the co-operation of the
.,: :'.is... ... ::: ::t:V:'::"::" :::' "::: Lin u mdmothballs, several games today Linlb o ln, ~ d h
draw more than passing interest, statement last utah t
tiNo game for a good many years has Thra.pevosy t epae
attracted the attention of the na- >~~e'eo c.7 ilb
tion as has the Notre Damie meet- ady fenorL.7 ilb
ingwit th Unvesit ofSouh-postponed oneweek. This action
_,Clfrnaa osAgts hsi he result rof the inclement
afternoon. An unbroken string i eahrpdctnsoeatdfr
18} victories since the close of the
1928 season for the Rok nmnis oorn todSaim wl
not to be discarded in the betting, tl eteseeo the ba ttle and
nor is the fact that Coach Jones is bein, kept i the betposib
believes his team to be one of the1 conditl infor the colleg e stars.
greatest h hseercoached. I tiAacosals i_ evdea that1 ihg
*will be a true intersectional shain- between s C, 0 aad10,OOspcata os
- inhpsrglthe strongest wl u ikt.A:proceeds posW.il C~t~i f "rnil J~O
team of the East and the outstaned-' the game will go to charity except his team
ing eleven of the West. the actual expenses. game ton
Navy, also, will see its final test _________
of the season before the service
charity classic in New York today
~ ':.,at Franklin field, where it will
° nz :-,yet the Pennsylvania outfit. Al-'
.jog not a great dealI of import-
ane1epnd on the outcome of il
thsgame, it will be. interesting o
- ~ ac h mrvmn fBl ngram's squad in preparation for the on anc
CO-CAPTIYu r { Army horde. Colgate will face its
rb~w~QL1-O~vr~ CO-APT.greatest test cf the season in tlwf
k ....Y s CoCAP meeting with New York University v
P.G~N-GuQD Ne Yok. acaiu 'a and HartJ, 41
Michzi;gan will ha 'e its hands full when it engages Western State 0perhaps t vo of the 1flos: t ttari d- ~
olnlin basketball tonight andc thE~c;?, ien are exected to contributeirbak ithcon-,wilnkeI
a lot to the contest. Co-Captain ByrumnFat thre pivol position was the Efl( JE 111 ?- sliuwin , ofill easun:
lightsconr rin the Michigan Conzlerenee last ,year.Deke ad o i an effort to l('Ie We(t .1_
plenty of form and should give the Wolverine forwards trouble in scoring. -- Ye i~
Several of Michigan's coaches :aig Teni faculty comnmittee on ath- ! nd eapieFvi h
areattndig te nnul wnte 'etics a Chicago this week end M1tI 31Z. RPING
are ttening h anualwintr IThe arranging of football and ba s- spe)cialty fortwny( r' S
meetinig of the Western Conference 11obl ~ dle spr fte oi-jyas
athletic directors, coaches, and the tiner:f yevce..-Exeined -~ - ii
j4C. . .t 1'Videra aes
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an guard, whose knee was j 1t1Gv"UI "[:011 -
eary ast.seasnwil ladand the personnel of each tem rw I
anylas seson wil ladremain the same durng the" -
iin theim first basketball I son with the exception of add'I-
night. (Continued on Page 7)

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