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December 10, 1930 - Image 6

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Normal School Wrestlers Sweep
Heavyweight Division;
Auer Stays, Idle.
Otto, Roman, Woodward Win;
Visitors Take Three
Matches by Falls.
Michigan defeated the Ypsilanti
grappling t e a m yesterday after-
noon in the opening meet of the
season, 28-18. The Wolverines!
throughout showed better ability
as the direct result of regular
coaching, but the visiting wrestlers
had an aggregation of strong and
willing men.
The Maize and Blue matmen had
little difficulty in the 1 i g h t e r
f weights but they lost one 165. one
175 pound event, and both of the
heavyweight matches. The first
was a spirited overtime match with
slight time advantage but the lat-
ter three were lost by falls at the
hands of the visitors.
Youngman Wins.
Youngman opened the meet by
winning for Michigan against Lyle
Higgs, pinning him in six minutes
42 seconds. The other 118 pound
match went to Sigwart, who held
an advantage of 5:48 over Steven-
son of Ypsilanti.
Otto of Michigan defeated Kent
of Ypsilanti in an interesting
match with 5:26 time advantage in
the 135 pound class. Walter Roman
lost, the other in that division to
Bennett of Michigan, who gained
,the decision by 4:14 advantage.
Woodard, Wolverine, added some
pep to the program by pin-
ning Oliver in two minutes 34 sec-
onds in a most decisive manner to
take the. 145 pound match. Sim-*
mons of Ypsilanti offered little op-
position to Williams in the 155
pound class, and the Michigan
man took the match with 6:50 ad-
Ypsilanti's first score was made
in the 165 pound division when Wil-
helm held Kay of Michigan to an
overtime match which he finally
took by a 1:15 decision. Wilson,
Wolverine, evened the division by
a one-sided decision, 6:55, gained
over Macklin.
Powers is Pinned.
Michigan again bowed in a snap-
py match, the first 175, when San-
ders of Ypsilanti pinned Powers in
three minutes 58 seconds. Reif
took the other 175 match for the
Maize and Blue by a decision of
2:45 over McLaughlin.
The visiting grapplers swept the
heavyweight class by falls to end
the meet. Jordan, Wolverine, bat-
tied Layman on even terms for
seven minutes 10 seconds but the
Ypsilanti man ended the match
then by a fall.
Throop of Ypsilanti and Grinnell
of Michigan put on some real ac-
tion for the crowd.

Yearling Squad Divided for First
Indoor Clash of Season
This Afternoon.
This afternoon at 4:15 the Yost
Field House will be the scene of the
first freshman track meet of the
seson. Coach Doherty has a squad
f about 80 men to work with which

J c Wheeler to Play
in ci c Coast Game
Jck WheCler, veteran half-
bac :of the University of Michi-
gan '')tball team, will be a par-
n in the annual east-west
alls a: arity football game
nt i be' held at San F an-
ciscocen Dec. 27.
Whecler reached his decis~ion
yesterda,*, and immediately in-
formed Coach Dick Hanley of
Northwestern, who is to be the
coach o' the eastern stars. The
gome is being sponsored by the
San Francisco Shrine, and all of
the proceeds will be turned over
for the benefit of the unem-


assre stiff competition in all

i is r"Y Dar~Ter to Face Renwick. --- --- -._.
dash events should be the
hardest fought of the entire sched-
y ~~~~ule, paricu ilarliy the 50yardsrn.
in which Downer and Renwck are H
~lsi o g t'4 lio,0lsobe
S./. lseyEo fl ai;Dlatrr.ould, a
eNs voreeo ht it out
;... O t is-dace. Con fernce and Northwestern
l/iuarEncy Scniwarz, r,orre uiarne s a-amei- rcn nai i ws n i g gYun in tile attack ( .e Ram- A galaxy ol stars frmi the fresh- Meets to be Held in
blers in their decisive 27-0 victory over Southern Cahoria last Saturday, shcwn above as he hit the Trojan m!anc ross country team will coml- Intramural Pool.
line for four yards in the first Irish march of the sYa ne. ,uivr, No. 81, Notre Dame tackle, opens the way pete in the distance events with
far him. Schwartz practically clinched national hono by :is wnk in this game. Alix. the winner of the final meet,'Coach Matt Mann of the Varsity
agaim expected to romp home C hh V
ahead of the field in the 660. How- sv i ming team announce is
BIG TEN BASKETBALL QUINTETS A L SHOT TEN PLEASED ever, such capable performers as sch dule for the 1930-31 season last
'§ L ev AleyhMca anuprf, msand C i h~t. The new schedule appears
Eon, eyMcauadCis to be comparatively difficult, as the
FACE PROBLEM OF LACK 0 WA E GH T WITH NEW DEALS aeprepared to give Alix aarun forM cga amillly cal, upon
his money in these shorter events. ichigan team will be called upon
Not one of the Big Ten schools is going to be a real handicap to JPhilly Manager Rests Content Other events for the distance men to swim in three meets away from
appears at the present time to have this year's team, as none of the Wih re s. .will be run in the three-quarter hoAsie within a five-day period.
Wi'thi Present R~osier. As a feature of the. new schedule
an exceptionally outstanding cage players are of more than average _-_mile and mile and one-half class. the Wolverines will play host tothe
team, I ~~~~~~~Two hurdles E!vents.rmingtasnth Ween
team, although a few give promise stature. Chmielewski and Paul, co- (>v Assochrwd J'res>) The only other events remaining Cerncteamsn the Western
of developing into serious threats captains, are the only lettermen I PHILADELPHIA, Dec. 9. - Bu nt onthe track schedule for today are conierence when the Big Ten
on hhe . kacdtmhddt, n todt- r g nh dap4 e
for the Conference title. Lack of i available, anda the iormer graduate,; IShotton, manager of the Phila del-Ith e 65-yard high and low hurdles calinhp ihb edhr
,.. on March 13 and -4. In another

Norm Daniels Stars at Center,
Scoring Eight Points in
Opening Period.
Three basketball teams scrim-
maged during yesterday's hard
Varsity drill session, with Coach
George Veenker concentrating on
the Wolverine quintet that is ex-
pected to carry the major part of
the burden against the Spartan
team here Saturday night. Witi the
exception of velan d, sophomore
forward, who did not se ation
until the second half, the first
string five played a full game, ilud-
son taking- one for'wardl post during
the first period.
Daniels, at center for(2:the Blues,
showed plenty o ( ii ;by 'brea^king
away andscrne 9tpat dur-
ing the first ha.lf. The-,,veteran
prone last year has plenty. of speed
and can sink counters from direct-
ly below the basket wel enough to
insure his being a thMreat to any
Conference team this season. Al-
though Garner, perform1ing at the
center post for the onpo ing five,
succeeded in getting the tipofI from
Daniels most of the time, the Blues
recovered the ball quickly and Hud-
son, Weiss, and Daniels rolled up 15
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Technical Illustrations
Specializing in


height is one of the most difficult in 'ebruary. Until that tine the phia Nationals, sa
problems that many of the teams Badgers will be assured of a good pleased over recen
have to face. defense as both of these men play send former Phill]
Purdue Loses Three. guard. Another handicap to the and that he woul
Purdue will miss the services of Badgers is the fact that they have 'ftional leaen(
"Stretch" Murphy, center, Harme- no outstanding basket shooters- mind. The 1931
son, forward, and Boots, steady the kind that can sink the long practically robuil
back guard-the trio that was the shots in the last minutes of play. "All the se deal
main factor in bringing the Boiler- Minnesotawith seven lettermenI the :club" 'Shto
makers a Conference title, a co- I laxly the tr ade th
championship, and a runner-up from last year and a group of tell. I had been
position in three successive years. brilliant sophomores, has the nu- for some time.
However, Coach Lambert has his cleus from which it may develop a Rumors of the p
eye on some good players who team that will be a serious threat Phillies, after the
should fill the places left vacant for the Conference title. Everett of President Wil
by Murphy and Harmeson, but his Dean has four veterans back on his- spiked in a stat
big task is to find man to tak ecourt squad at Indiana. Gerry Nugent bus

aid today he was
nt deals that will[
.es to other clubs,
d not attend the
meeting in New
o more trades in!
Phillies will be
. k
s should benefIt
an said, "partirn-
hat gave uS Bar -I
angling for him,
-ssible sale of the
death last weCK
im F. Baker, was
emet issued by
iness manager.

which anyone out of a group of
about 10 is apt to cop.
On Thursday at the same time
and place Doherty's field men will
swing into action with the high
(Continuec on Page 7)
Jan. 24-CMMiNGo S.CA D..Ler
Sb -- ichigan Ste ...here
17eb. 21--Minnesota....... there
Feb 20-Wisconsin.......there
ee. 23-Illinois ..........there
eb. 27--Northwestern .... here
Mar. 13-14--Big Ten Meet. .here
Mar. 28-29--Nat. iMeet Evanston

feature meet from a Michigan view-
point, Northwestern's mighty squad
of natators will invade Ann Arbor
on Feb. 27 to clash with Coach
Mann's team. This meet annually
proves to be the best in theaWestern
Conference, and both teams are
again strong this season.
Other Conference meets will see
the Wolverines swimming at Wis-
consin, Minnesota, and Illinois, all
within a five-day period. Michigan
State and the Chicago Athletic As-
sociation will provide the other op-
position for the Varsity swimmers.
Michigan will go to Evanston late
in March for the National inter-
collegiate meet.

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303 S. State


the position which was filled so
capably in the past by Boots. If
Lambert can fill this place he
should have a good contender for
Big Ten honors.
Many Lack Height.
Lack of height is the most serious
handicap to the Illinois quintet,
the Orange and Blue having only
one tall man on the squad-Red,
Owen, who will jump center and
then drop back to a guard post.
Captain Harper will hold down one
of the forward jobs, which he has
so capably filled before.
"Doc" Meanwell is having his
difficulties at Wisconsin, being con-
fronted with the problem of hav-
ing no tall men. This lack of height

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Dance Records of unusual interest. The feature of this week is Johnny
Johnson's "I'm a Ding Dong Daddy" . . . and what a record THAT is.
This qnd other attractive dance selections comprise a list that will ineet
with favor everywhere.

to a puzzled lady
If you are one of the many who are
wondering right now what in the
world you' Iget him for hL Xmas,
stop wondering and let the host of
useabie and acceptable gifts we are
showing solve your problem.
Lese are thgs he needs


I'm a Ding Dong Daddr
The One Man Band

I'll Never Leave
(from "Princess
I Love Love
(from "Princess
Really Blue
The Wild Dog
Who's Calling
heart tonight
Ukulele Moon


I Johnny Johnson and his
i. orchestra
Ted Weems and his orchestra
Bernie Cummins and his New
York Hotel orchestra
Joe Venuti and his Blue




YOU Sweet-lBernie Cummins and his
York Hotel orchestra
The Troubadors
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Although some of them
won't admit it, every
man likes colorful pa-
jainas but they must be
comf ortable. B r ii li an t
colors plus an elastic belt
give jfst this.
-o ~ 5.00
Neckwear is a tune-hon-
o'd gi1t but pec'si sts
year after year in its
popularity. We are show-
mg many small patterns
along with the plain col-
ors which are always
$.. 0 to $2.50

No man can have
enough shirts and his
Xmas wouldn't be com-
plete without at least
one. Both white and
colors in broadcloth and
fine chambray are popu-
l ar
$.L9 to $2.50
A scarf,a 'op ly select-
ed, will always brim;
forth warm feelings, not
only about the neck, but
the heart as well. Wihy
nit give one this Xmas.
to $5

If shirts,ulerwear
and pj asts. are a
bit to Personal"
for your gift to hilim,
ma~y we oW you
gelts, sus Nenders,
ties, st, lighters,
ash trays, ill folds,
ipes, scarfs, slip-
per, ad evera1
item s in jewelry for



and Yaleagrees
LOOK UP at the windows of
Harkness to find out what
the Yale man smokes. In the spring-
time you'll see him sitting in his
window seat with a pipeful of
Edgeworth between his teeth.
On Chapel Street... out at the
Bowl ... everywhere the Yale man
goes, his pipe and Edgeworth go
with him. And at 42 out of 54 of
the leading colleges and universities
Edgeworth is the favorite tobacco.
A tobacco must be good to win
the vote of so many discriminating
smokers. And Edgeworth is good.
You can get it wherever tobacco is
sold... 15 ¢ a tin. Or, for a generous
free sample, write to Larus & Bro.
Co., z05 S. 22d St., Richmond,

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Edgeworth is a blend
of fine old burleys,
with its natural savor

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