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THE MICHIGAN

DAILY

TUESDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1930 1

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MICHIGAN PRI l
FOB IIN T1 T S
Hurons Have No Varsity; Team
Composed of All-Campus
Tourney Winners.
CAPTAIN NOT ENTERED
Coach Cliff Ken's 1930-31 wrest-
ling team will open its season this
afternoon at 4 o'clock in the In-
tramural building when the win-
ners of the Ypsilanti State Normal
All-Campus mat tournament are
slated to oppose the Maize and
Blue.
Although Ypsilanti does not boast
:4n inter-collegiate wrestling team,
this squad of Intramural cham-
pions will be used to test the
strength of the Wolverines, and if
past performances mean anything,
may prove to be more than a test.
There will be two matches in every
weight except the 125 and 145
pound classes, where Ypsi will
bring but one man.
Youngman vs. Higgs.
At 115 pounds Youngman for
Michigan will meet Higgs in the
first match, while Sigward will at-
tempt to withstand the invasion of
Craig in the second battle. Higgs
is reputed to be a brilliant wrestler,
and should furnish interesting op-
position for the Wolverine light-I
weight.
In the next heavier weight, the
125 pound class, only one match
is scheduled with Cortez, a Michi-
gan sophomore slated to oppose
Meyers. At 135 pounds two matches
will be seen. Otto, a 125 pounder
overweight at present will meet
Kent. Otto was the Michigan All-
Campus and Michigan amateur
champion lastyear, and is expected
to give a good account of himself
this season. In the other set-to
Bennett of Michigan will meet Ro-
man.
Veterans To Wrestle.
Michigan's first veteran, J o e
Woodward, will be found at 145
pounds opposed by Oliver, a prom-
ising Ypsi matman. Woodward won
his letter last year by appearing in
every Michigan meet, and is count-
ed upon to fill the 145 pound divi-
sion again this season. No second
match is scheduled.
Another letter-winner from last
year, Benz, will be seen in the 155
pound battle pitted against Sim-
moms of Ypsilanti. Benz is a short,
stocky boy, from whom much is
expected this season. In the other
155 pound match Wilson will meet
Hundley for points toward the to-
tal.
Powers Faces Wilhelm.
Powers, a senior who had his first
taste of the mat game last season
will get the first call at 165 pounds
when he meets Wilhelm, while the
second match in this division will
be between either Kay or Bishop
and McLaughlin.
Reif, who was on the Varsity
squad last year will meet Saunders
of Ypsi, with either Bausse of Mor-
ton scheduled to take the mat for
Michigan in the second 175 pound
match.
Captain Auer will not wrestle in
the meet this afternoon, his place
as number 1 heavyweight being tak-
en for the day by Bill Jordan. Jor-
dan is a junior who was on the
squad last year but failed to win a
letter. He will meet Layman today
in his first Varsity match. In the
second heavyweight battle Ira Grin-
nell is slated to oppose Throop of
Ypsi.
Diegel Triumphs 'Over
Al Espinosa in Finals

SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., Dec. 7.-
Leo Diegel, Agua Caliente profes-
sional, won the first annual San
Francisco open match play, golf
championship today by defeating
Al Espinosa of Chicago, 6 and 4.t

FENCINGSCHEDULE
Jan. 17-Toledo. .......... There
Jan. 24--Michigan State. Here
Jan. 21--Ohio Slate........Her e
Feb. 16--Toledo Y. M. C. A.....
Here
Feb. 27-Wisconsin ...... Chicago
Feb. 28--Chicago .......... .There
Mar. G--Nort-western.....Here
Mar. 13-14--Conference Meet..
. .. .. .. . .. . ... .... U rbana

TWO VE

TERAN CAGERS RETURN
TO DEFEND PURDUE'S TITLE

Dec. 13-este .Ontari.. There
Dec. 17-1r:'--al- ...... er
Jan. .- . . . . . . . .There
Jan.10-Alaruete........There
Jan. 17-Wisconsin........ There
Jan. 7-Wisosin........Therej
Jan. 23--Minnesota......There
J 9-Minsta..... e

Sevetal Other Contests Likely
to be Scheduled Before.

FA VYSCHRkJUL
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D~oucleh4"er Meet br Chicago
Is I2n-novatfon.
Faced with the heaviest schedule
that ha ever confronted a M -
gan fencing tai Coach James
Johnstone is orang his squad of
varsity swordsniern hard in an effortE
to round them into norm for their
Conference foes and the strong
outside teams which will be met.
About twelve men comprise the
present group that is drilling under
Johnstone, but it is highly probable
that this number will be increased
by the addition of several men that
are now receiving Intramural in-
struction in the sport as several of
them are showing signs of ability.
An innovation in fencing circles
is being introduced on this year's
schedule with the Chicago and Wis-
consin meets to follow each other
on successive days in Chicago. This
enables two meets to be held with I
a minimum of expense by having
Wisconsin come half way for the
encounter.
Johnstone's men enjoyed a very
successful season last year winning
all their dual meets, but losing out
in the Conference meet, and this
year prospects look equally good for
a winning campaign.
Two Records Expected to Fall
Before Yearling Thinclads
in Track Carnival.

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A sensational dribbler and a stellar floor guard, Johnny Wooden,
and Harry Kellar, forward, are the only returning veterans of the 1930
Big Ten championship Boilermaker cage team. These two men will form
the nucleus of the team that meets Michigan in the opener, January 6.
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By JOE RUSSELLI
From the showing which Coach
Veenker's basketeers made against
the Western State Teachers quin-
tet last Saturday night, the Wol-
verines may cause some conster-
nation among those Big Ten teams
which figure Michigan for an easy
win this year.. Michigan is any-
thing but weak. They showed this
in piling up a 12 point lead over
a team which last year won eigh-
teen straight games, and had four
of the men back who had played

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Freshman track candidates are on that team.
continuing their practices with the For the first game of the
yearling meet Wednesday afternoon year, the showing which the
in view. Those men that have been Maize and Blue made was es-
working on track events regularly pecially gratifying. Usually in
will take a very light workout this the epening games the team
afternoon while the heavier work shows a lack of coordination
will be left for the cross country and a tendency to pass badly
men to do. It is necessary that all and juggle the ball about. How-
men who want to win numerals in ever little of this was in evi-
track should be in this coming dence last week, and with more
meet and all subsequent meets of practice under the watchful
the kind. eye of Coach Veenker, even less
At least two records for the year- should be noticed this week
lings will probably be broken. when a powerful M i c h i g a n
Meyers is expected to set up a new State five is scheduled to in-
mark in the broad jump and vade the Field House.
Patrick points to a new record in Of course the Wolverine play was
the 35 pound weight. The latter not perfect, but the raggedness
has been doing exceptional work which so often mars the first game
for his first year and stands out far of the year was missing. The 1930-
ahead of all others in the event. 31 team, while small in stature,
The three distance events have proved to be mighty in passing and
several good men in each. Aley, floor work, while their shooting was
Horton, and Childs, especially the all that could be expected: The
latter, are the best in the 600-yard. long tries which Bob Chapman
In the three-quarter mile six-lap made so often during the last two
race Aley, cross country winner, years were tot-dly lacking last week,
and Dickson are the strongest men. with the Wo vrCines working the

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ball well down the floor before tak-
ing a shot at the hoop. In this de-
partment of the game the smaller'
faster men who compose the team
this year proved themselves to be
particularly adept. j
The new men, Eveand, Shaw,
and Altenhoff worked into the
combination well, and should
prove to be stars before the
season is far gone. Weiss and
Daniels, the only letter-men in
the starting lineup were the of-
fensive luminaries of the game,
scoring 21 points between them.
Daniels did not score during
the first half, but broke loose
to count five times from the
floor during the second period.
Altenhoff added six points to
his team's total with a basket
each half and two free throws
in the second. He was hard
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Jtiea T.s Jan. 29- tMarquet.e1 ... . t. .-. .ere Season Starts.
\w }e1 -t -arsan. nata- Feb. lf--Michigan Stae ... Pere Michigan's 1930-31 hockey team
- i - - oooftoe F 2 Ja. d 20--Wisoanein ....... .Hre will play a scidule of 16 games, it
t vi'U to<n<i. t itey xvill Feb. 1-Wisconsin. ........Here was announced yesterday by Coach
'lad t .xm ;elves in the maidst of one Feb. 27-Minnesota........Here Eddie Lowrey, but possibilities are
Feb. 28--Minnesota........Here that several dates that are pending
oI a Ar e batles they will- at present will be carded unti the
have to wage all year. tfinally reaches a fol1 of 21 or
The telamYepresenting the Yacht 22contests. Of the egam eeight
'Th 't, t t zpn. ,- n 3 alL L'Swill be with Conferene competi-
iji fit. tion four games apiece with Min-
^" L sO Inesota and Wisconsin.
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.crt and l-oswal Th, it twoThe Wolverines open the season,
oe sll hold L Ten reord thisSaturday night, when they
n ihe backstroke, while Walaitis - meet Western Ontario on the Cli-
nd H-osmer were members of the Statements Shows Reason for Big seum ice. The game will start at
19J3( world's record relay team. Ten Decision on Proposed 8:30 o'clock, being moved back to
that hour to allow all those who
Others composing ;ne Detroit team Change in Game. attend the Michigan State bask-
are Jolnlsonl, Oxley, njam, In expianation of the action etball game earlier in the evening
Mooney, Mc(A ellan and Starrett kF to get over to the ice rink before
tke'nCytheiigTegFaultom.h the start of the game.
The Varity w1ll swing into action mittee on athletics i regard to the All of the Varsity pucksters' Con-
i Northwestern request to transfer ference games away from home
with coninue hes u oknwneyhavehthe 1930 football game between that will be played before any Big Ten
university and Notre Dame, Prof. team invades Ann Arbor. This fact
been showing thus far in practice, Ralph W. Aigler, Michigan's repre- may prove of great value to the
they should be able to give a very sentative on the committee, issued Wolverines, as they will have the
fair account of themselves. Valen- advantage of playing all their last
I the following statement, yesterday,
tine and Meigs look to be certain in which he pointed out that the games on home ice should the race
point getters in the backstroke with decision was due to the fact that for the Conference toga be close.
the honors apt to go to either of thiecommittee felt that a yielding Minnesota and Wisconsin will fur-
them. in this case would lead to more r-no s h nyopsiini h i
dquests "for equally meritorious cb- Ten for the Wolverines, as they are
he hash , shown in g practice, sformuld jectives but involving departures the only other Conference schools
have little trouble in the breast from regulations much more serious possessing hockey teams.
stroke evert. Aside from the relay in their consequence:" Schedule Not Complete.
which Mann figures his charges will "In announcing the adverse mail Several games are still hanging
surely cop, the other events shoulid vote of the conference upon the fire and will be listed as soon as de-
be extrenely close with a slight Northwestern request to transfer finite dates can be arranged. It is
edge in favor of the Detroiters. the 1930 game between that uni- a likely that another game with
Plenty of Sprinters~. versity and Notre Dame, Chairman Western Ontario will be carded, as
tesnts, a parme W. J. 3Moenkhaus of Indiana pointed well as a battle with one of the
For the sprints, a department in put that in his judgment the re- leading eastern college sextets,
which the Maize and Blue has suat was due not to any lack of Harvard. There is also the possibil-
always been strong, Mann has be- appreciation of the worthiness of ity of a game with Ontario Agri-
side those already mentioned Klint- the object of the proposed move, cultural College here at Ann Arbor
worth, Marcus, Miller, and Smith. but rather that a yielding in the on either the 5th or 7th of Janu-
Raike and Fenske will hold up the case presented would lead to a (Continued on Page 7)
colors in the diving events, while flood of imminent requests for per-
Fenske with Ladd, Kennedy and missions for equally meritorious
Marcus will form the relay team. objectives but involving departures
Besides the regular swimming from regulations much more serious
events there will also be a water in their consequence.
polo event, which the Varsity has "In granting the request for 1931
only been able to cop once in the the conference wishes to make itBT C
three times the meet has been held. unmistakably clear that it will not
Since the Detroiters are stronger entertain applications for permis-
than ever before, the Maize and sion to extend the football playing OFFICE
Blue should be hard pressed to eke season beyond the last Saturday -
out a victory. (Continuec- on Page 7)
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