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THE MICHIGAN

DAILY

PAGE SEVEN

TUESDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1930

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FESHMN CUSRT
TEAM S CUTTO 2

GREEN BAY PACKERS GRIDIRON
TIEAM MAINLY COLLEGE STARS

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Prospects Show Only
Brand of Play,
Coach Fisher.

Ordinary
Says

With the early season weeding-
out process about completed, 23
freshman basket-tossers turned out
last night on the field house court
for some rudimentary drill in the
fine points of the game under the
tuteluge of Coach Ray Fisher.
Two previous cuts have diminish-
ed the squad to the present num-
ber, most of whom Coach Fisher
has indicated may be kept through-
out the season. Only one more
small cut of four or five men is to
be made. Last night the boys were
given a stiff workout, with empha-
sis being placed on some fast floor
work. Guarding and passing also
came in as part of the workout.
Prospects of a more than ordi-
nary team are not very bright thus
far according to Coach Fisher, for
the majority of the yearling cagers
are of but mediocre quality. For
the present, the first-year men will
have their activities limited to drill
sessions, but perhaps by the end of
the week a light scrimmage be-
tween the yearling candidates will
liven things up a bit. Scrimmages
with the Varsity cagers will put the
youngsters on the mettle later in
the season.
Among the would-be court toss-
ers who have survived the cuts thus
far are the following: Patterson,
Miller, Cooper, Dobbs, Schutt, Til-
lotson, Korzuck, Ratterman, O'Bri-
en, Greene, Graham, Trusack, Kim-
mel, Fishman, Radford, Fish, Bo-
den, Le'land, Allen, and Barnhissel.
PUCKSTERS LIST
.HARD SCHEDULE'

MICHIGAN MEMBER
EPLAINSACTION
Committee's Stand Due to Fear
of More Requests.
(Continued From Page 6)
before Thanksgiving nor will its
consent to increasing the nurmber
of permitted games. The rules gov-
erning these matters were adopted
as a result of a conviction that
college athletics must be kept
within a certain relationship to the.
fundamental purpose of colleges-
namely, education. There has been
no reason as the year, have
to question the soundness e,'
view. Moreover it should be ncted
that our athletic teams, whatever
popular impression there may be
to the contrary, are not aggrega-
tions of hired performers whose
services are available when, where,'
and as we may choose.
"Whether or not a given institu-
tion shall or can contribute funds,
to charity or other worthy objects
must be left to the judgment of
the responsible officers of the insti-
tution concerned. It is pertinent to
add in this connection that the
apparently prevalent notinYof
overflowing athletic treasuries as
to the vast majority of colleges and
universities is wholly groiudls.;
The expenditure of athletic £iuds.
in conference universities, at lea A.,
is generally as carefully budgeted
as are any of the other funds of tfe
institution and expenditures
any given year are planned in
advance on the basis of estimated
incomes for that period."

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GYMNASTIC SCHEDULE
Jan. 31--Ohio State ....... Here
Feb. 21-Illinois........... There
Feb. 27-Wisconsin and Chi-
cago .................Chicago
Feb. 28-Minnesota ....... There
Mar. 13-Conference >Aeet......
... ................... urbana

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prcssed by !Eve:hi, oweve',
who sceored two hbesk'ts aiL a
hasket.
cr the visito ,, Byrum, high s
ucint man for the Teachcrs last
year, di opped the ball ,hou. 1 1b(1
meshes four time-s fru: i 1'ij.
and twice from the ekahLt ' em u
to take first honors for the kvad-
ers, while Decker a(dd t\VLwo bas-

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FOUND

cts and two free throws for s c- TYPING-Theses a specialty. Fair
end place. The visitors hd a od rates. M. V. Hartsuff. Dial 9087.
team, and I e s t e d 1 i i r s. r ..
strength to the utmost, in fact durC
ing part o the 1st half apthe.- -- -
ed that tihe Wolverines wYV Fo fOR RENT
a eatiti. but tey Pled out of
the nun and led 15-1' at the a.

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Widespread interest has been evidenced this season in the doings of
the Green Bay Packers which is considered one of the best professional
elevens in the country. The players, principally former college stars,
include Dunn, quarterback from Marquette University, and Lewellen,
half back from Nebraska university.

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PROFESSIONAL GRIDIRON
TEAM STANDINGS.

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Green Bay ......
New York .......
Chicago Bears ..
Brooklyn........
Providence ......
Stapleton .......
Chicago Cardinals
Portsmouth......
Frankford ......
Minneapolis .....
Newark .........

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While play was cleat: 1 ronuIi-
(udt the game, the goin; wa
hard as evidecsd by the ine
personal fouls the oppsition
made and eight the Wolves had
called upon them. Captain joe
Downing was pat into the game
during the first half, and while
he played a good game it was
evident that his knee is still
bothering him. At times he
seemed to slow down a little,
but Coach Veenker hopes that
he will be in the good condition
again by the time the Confer-
ence season opens. The reser-
ves that were used in the game
Petrie, Ricketts, and Hudson
also appeared to work well into
the combination, and will fur-
nish ample reserve material for
the strenuous Big Ten sched-
ule which faces the Veenker-
men.

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BOXING In et. Members of the Varsity
More Games Likely to be Added Coach Philbin announced last squad will officiate at the meet.
Before Season Starts. night that a new boxing class will IrNDEENDENT VOLLEY BALL
be opened because of the crowded ting toNt
(Continued From Page 6) conditions existing in the present -Brewers th at Z:ehnshe
ary. Michigan may also journey to classes. The new class will be open- w et B Ckeya ptained by
Chicago for a game during the first ed Saturday morning from 9:30 to Carpenter, in the opening gaie of
week in March to play the Ameri- 12, or from 1:30 to 3 in the after- the Independent Volley Ball sea-
can Legion team of that city. noon on each Saturday. The pres- son. Captain Purdum will lead his
Following the Western Ontario ent classes on Monday, Wednesday, team of Fletcher Hall against Ren-
game here Saturday night, the Var- and Friday afternoons and the ses- dlerman's Oaklands shortly after
sity will rest until Wednesday, sions held Tuesday and Thursday tlh opening game. At 8:30 the
when Chatham will come here to , evenings have been found insuffi- Chinese Students captained by Zeto
play. This Canadian aggregation, cient for the tremendous number will meet the Actuaries, lead by
while little is known as to its clehlrnan.
strength, should put up some good held mn the boxing room of the In- Thursday night the same teams
competition for the Michigan puck- abuildig, his asistant wilt play the second round of the
men, ~~~~~~Coach Philbin or hsassat on oi eis
men. I!Bob Custer will take charge of the Round Robin series.
Two old rivalries besides those new class. They requested that all FRATERNITY VOLLEY BALL
already listed are also found on the candidates sign the entry blank on Drawings for the fraternity vol-
schedule. Michigan will journey the bulletin board or call the In- ley ball championship will take
north on the 9th and 10th of Jan- tramural building and make ar- place tonight at 8:00 in the In-
uary to meet Marquette, one of the rangements with Coach Philbin or tramural office. Mr. Riskey has
strongest teams in the country. Bob Custer. asked that all managers and cap-
Last year Michigan gave them some FRATERNITY WRESTLING Itains be present for the drawings.
hard battles, and should fare even Infraternity wrestlingw t Aibpen oteAwg
better this season. Marquette re- Inter-fraternty wrestling w ill ALL-CAMPUS SQUASH
turns the visit with a two game open its season Wednesday, Dec. 10, J. Remhan. withdrew from the
stand at the Coliseum on Januaryit from 7 to 10 o'clock. All partici- tournament because of a broken
2and at. the oliseurons Jani pants will weigh-in Wednesday af- arm, defaulting to-L. Goodman. On
travel to East Lansing onwJanuary ternoon in Waterman gym or the Dec. 4, A. Collins won his match
27 to clash with the MichiganState Intramural building. Health cards from D. W. Dort. D. W. Kendall
team, and the Spartans will play will be required of the wrestlers won from B. Merry on the same
here on February 16. Although the and should be submitted to the as- I night. R. Clark defeated R. L.
State sextets are not usually on a sistant of the Intramural depart-Quinn in their match Dec. 5.
par with those turned out at Mich- ------- ____ -__.-
igan, hockey is a growing 'sport
there and this year may see a dis-
tinct improvement in the calibre of
its teams. The Spartans will beI .
seeking to revenge two defeats
dealt to them by the Wolves last ON
year.

FLOODLIGHTS blazing
down onatriumphantfigure..amighty
arm raised high...while out of the dark
a steady roar acclaims the champion
who proves himself champion still.
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