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PAGE SIX

THE MICHIGAN

DAILY'

SUNDAY, DECEMBER 7. 1930 1

western State

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Varsity Cage

Team, 35-2

WERINES SHOW
Wu lI IIELL INOPENER
Coach Veenker's Quintet Plays
Good Basketball for Early
Season Contest.

Hoyt Announces
Track Schedule
At the recent annual meeting
of the Big Tan coaches held at
Chicago, the following schedule
for the Wolverine track team
was drawn up. Several non-Con-
ference meets have alho been
added to the card. Michigan,
Conference c h a m p i on s, are
pcinting to another title this
season under their new head
coach, Charles Hoyt.
1931 'RACK SCIIEUALE
Indoor Seaso t
Feb. 19. Ypsi, City of the Col--

WEISS IS HIGH

SCORERI

By Joe Russell.
Michigan's basketball team fur-
nished a pleasant surprise last'
night in the Field House by opening
its 1930-31 season with a 35-23 vic-
tory over the highly-touted Western
State Teachers quintet. The Wol-
verines were expected to defeat the
invaders, but the form and preci-
sion with which they administered
this defeat came somewhat unex-
pectedly to the 3,000 rooters who
had gathered to get the first
glimpse at Coach Veenker's five.
The play of the Maize and Blue
team was far above the average
for the opening game, and the way
in which the new men worked into
the Michigan style of play argues
well for a winning basketball team
this year. The mistakes which the
Wolves did make may be attributed
more to the strength of the oppo-
sition than to the inexperience of
the players, but even then the mis-
plays were few and far between.
For the most part, Coach Veenker's
men played heads up ball, and

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ge of Detroit,............. here.
Feb. 28. Chicago........here.
Mar. 7. Indoor Conference
i-et-............Madison, Wis.
Mar. 14. Illinois Relays.......
Urbana, Ill.
Mar. 21. Cornell University
here.
Outdoor.
Apr. 25, 26. Drake Relays . .Des
Moines, Iowa.
May 2. Ohio Relays ... Colum-
bus, Ohio.
May 9. Minnesota........here.
May 16. Illinois . .Urbana, Ill.
May 23. Outdoor Conference
:eet .Northwestern, Chicago Ill.
June 5, 6. National Meet. Chi-
cago, Ill.

Big Ten Grid Schedule
Completed by Coaches
CHICAGO
Oct. 3-To be filled; Oct. 10-
Michigan; Oct. 17--Yale; Oct. 24-
Indiana; Oct. 31--Purdue; Nov. 7
-Arkansas; Nov. 14-at Illinois;
Nov. 21-Wisconsin.
ILLINOIS
Oct. 3-Bradley; Oct. 10-Purdue;
Oct. 17-St. Louis; Oct. 24-Michi-
gun; Oct. 31-at Northwestern;
Nov. 7-Wisconsin; Nov. 14-Chi-
ca go; Nov. 21-at Ohio State.
INDIANA
Sent. 26-To be filled; Oct. 3--at
Notre Dame; Oct. 10-open; Oct.
17-at Iowa; Oct. 24--at Chicago;
Oct. 31-Ohio State; Nov. 7-at
Michigan; Nov. 14-at Northwest-
ern; Nov. 21-Purdue.
IOWA
Oct. 3-Pittsburgh; Oct. 10-at
Texas Aggies; Oct. 17--Indiana;
Oct. 24-at Minneapolis; Oct. 31-
George Washington; Nov. 7 at Ne-
braska; Nov. 14-at Purdue; Nov.
21-Northwestern.
MICHIGAN
Oct. 3--To be filled; Oct. 10-at
Chicago; Oct. 17-Ohio State; Oct.
24-at Illinois; Oct. 31-at Prince-
ton; Nov. 7-Indiana; Nov. 14-
Michigan State; Nov. 21-Minneso-
ta.
MINNESOTA.
Oct. 3-To be filled; Oct. 10--at
Stanford; Oct. 17--to be filled; Oct.
24-Iowa; Oct. 31-Wisconsin; Nov.
7-at Northwestern; Nov. 14,-to be
filled; Nov. 21-at Michigan.
NORTHWESTERN
Oct. 3-Utah; O c t. 10-Notre
Dame at South Bend or Soldiers'
Field; Oct. 17-to be filled; Oct. 24
-at Ohio State; Oct. 31-Illinois;
Nov. 7-Minnesota; Nov. 14- In-
diana; Nov. 21-at Iowa.
OHIO STATE
Oct. 3-To be filled; Oct. 10-
Vanderbilt; Oct. 17-at Michigan;
Oct. 24- Northwestern; Oct. 31--
at Indiana; Nov. 7-Navy; Nov. 14
-at Wisconsin; Nov. 21-Illinois.
PURDUE
Oct. 3-Coe and Western Reserve:
Oct. 10-at Illinois; Oct. 17-at
Wisconsin; Oct. 24-at Carnegie
Tech; Oct. 31-at Chicago; Nov. 7
-to be filled; Nov. 14-Iowa; Nov.
21-at Indiana.
WISCONSIN
Oct. 3--To be filled; Oct. 104-to
be filled; Oct. 17-Purdue; Oct. 24
-at Pennsylvania; Oct. 31-ai
Minnesota; Nov. 7-at Illinois; Nov.
14-Ohio State; Nov. 21-at Chi-
cago.

ASSOCIATED PRESS WRITERS
CHOOSE ALL-AMERICAN TEAM
FIRST TEAM
Fesler, Ohio State ............ E ............ Arbelbide, So. Calif.
Sington, Alabama .......... T............Van Bibber, Purdue
Metzger, Notre Dame ......... G .............. ..Baker, So. Calif.
Ticknor, Harvard...........C..Hein, Wash. State
Woodworth, Northwestern ... . G . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Koch, Baylor
Edwards, Wash. State .......T. .....................Price, Army
Baker, Northwestern ......... E ............ Conley, Notre Dame
Carideo, Notre Dame ......... Q3................ Dodd, Tennesee
Pinckert, So. Calif.......... H .......... Bruder, Northwestern
Schwartz, Notre Dam ....... HB....................Booth, Yale
Macaluso, Colgate . ......F.. 3............Savoldi, Notre Dame
Although many close contests de-
veloped before the final makeup of BELIEVES TAXES UNFAIR.
the 1930 Associated Press all-Amer- UNIVERSITY OF I L L I N O I S-
ican grid team was announced, out- Poor assessment and inequality be-
standing performers in nearly every tween classes make Illinois' state
position dominated the votes cast tax system unfair to all of its citi-
by 213 sports editors and writers, zens, an economics professor stated
representing every gridiron sector here recently.
of the United States._________ _____
On the first team the Middle
West captured the honors, placing
six out of the eleven men, almost
solely through the work of Notre
Dame and Northwestern, the Irish
having a trio of all-stars and the
Wildcats with two, the only teams(j
placing more than one man. Ohio
furnished the sixth Midwest star
and brought the Big Ten total to
three. The Far west gained two
positions, the East two, and the
South one.
On the entire squad of 33 play-
ers, comprising three complete
teams and assuring plenty of able
replacements for the mythical out-
fit, the Middle West captured 11
positions, the Far West nine, the New General Mc
East eight, and the South five.
Michigan failed to place on any
of the first three teams but gained
recognition by having four Varsity
gridders given honorable mention. CAl
These were Cornwell, guard; Mor-
rison, center; Newman, quarter-
back; and Hudson, fullback.
The third all-American team
consisted of Dalrymple, Tulane,
and Ebding, St. Mary's, ends; Foley, -
Fordham, and Lubratovitch, Wis- ---
consin, tackles; Humber, Army, --- - --
and Broxnberg, Dartmouth, guards;
and Siano, Fordham, center. The
backfield was made up of Duf field,
Southern California, quarterback;
Suther, Alabama, and Stennett, St.
Mary's halfbacks; and Schwartz,
Washington State, fullback.
OLD PAPERS DISPLAYED.
UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS-
Newspapers datinig back to the
eighteenth century were displayed
here during the recent press con-
ventions. h

Midshipmen Surprise
Quakers to Win, 26-0
(By Associated Press)
PHILADELPHIA, Dec. 6. - Navy
set a string of storm signals for all
of Army to see today as a surpris-
ingly versatile squad of midship-
men battered and passed Pennsyl-
vania's fair eleven into absolute
submission before an enthusiastic
crowd of 60,000.
Whipped four times this season,
rated hardly a formidable rival for

the powerful cadets in the charity %,1 V
IGeorgia 13, Georgia Tech 0
climax of the eastern campaignin
New York next Saturday, Navy NOTED EDITORS HONORED
pulled the plug on an amazingly
potent offensive and smothered the UNIVERSITY OF I L L I N O I S-
Quakers, 26 to 0. The score might I Busts of eight nationally famous
have been twice that large if the.
midshipmen had chosen to take editors were unveiled at the dedi-
chances instead of kicking and cation of the Editor's Hall of Fame
waiting for scores until they all during the state press convention
but dropped in their lap. held here recently.

FOOTBALL SCORES
(By, ~ I r~
Carnegie Tech 26, Washington-
Jefferson 0
Notre Dame 27, Southern Califor-
nia 0
North Carolina 0, Duke 0
Western Maryland 7, Maryland 0
Loyola, (New Orleans) 9, Univ. of
Detroit 6
Navy 26, Pennsylvania 0
Colgate 7, New York U. G
Tennessee 13. Florida 6

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clearly deserved Ito win.
Altenhof drew first blood
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LINE-UPS
Michigan
Weiss, rf.............
Eveland, if...........
Petrie, lf...........
Hudson, If..........
Daniels, c............
Garner, c .............
Rickettes, c ...........
Altenhof, rg ...........
Shaw, lg .............
Downing, lg (capt.) ....
Totals ..............
Western State Teachers
Althoff, rf .............
DenHerder, rf .........
Overton, rf ............
Byrum, c ..............
Crein, rg ..............
Quiring, rg ............
Decker, lg............
MacKay, lg ............
Pugno, lg .............

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IIntramural
News
INDEPENDENT VOLLEY BALL
Seven teams have entered the
competition for the Independent
Volley Ball trophy won last year by
the Chinese Students. The play
will get under way Tuesday eve-
ning Dec. 9th with the Brewers
meeting the Buckeyes, Fletcher
Hall meeting Oakland and the
Michiganders taking on the Ac-
tuaries.
Several teams have shown up
strong in pre-season practices so
the job of picking a winner is a
difficult task. The Buckeyes ap-
pear to be the team that will have
to be beaten to win the champion-
ship.
Fraternity Volleyball.
The drawings for the Fraternity
Volley Ball tournament will be held
in the Intramural Building Tues-
day, Dec. 9th at 8:00 o'clock. Man-i
agers of the teams are all invited
to be present.

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