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TH'fURSDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1930

THE MICHIGAN

DAILY

PAGE' SEVEN

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PAGE SEVEN

I SWIMMERS WIN
MEET FROM D.Y
(Continued From Page 6)
of the Wolverines won the 150

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Canadians to Invade Wolverine
Ice Saturday to Revenge
3urpree Defeat,.
Western Ontario will me7"t Co:eh
Lowery's puckmen in the first game
of the season for the Mic'higan
team, in the colliseum Saturday,
Dec. 13, at 8:30 o'clock. -
Last year Western Ontario carp c
to Ann Arbor figuring to easily beat
the Maize and Blue and went home
in smarting defeat. Their team this
year is considerably stuonger and
has already defeated three strong
teams in Canada. They have been
pointing towards Michigan since
the defeat last year and expect to
make it two straight as later in
the season Michigan journeys to
their home ice.
Coach Lowery predicts a close
game. Allowing for the increased
Michigan strength, he considers
,Western Ontario stronger competi-
tion than he hoped to schedule for
the opening game. They play a fast,
tireless type of game and will wear
Michigan down in the later stages
of the fray. Ontario will be strong-
er in the list of reserve talent than
Michigan and because of this,
Coach Lowery is not over optimistic
as to the result.
An aggressive forward wall that
will pass and match Ontario's fast
game, is Coach Lowery's hope for
the Saturday night affair. He will
start "Thommy" Curtis, veteran of
last year, in the right wing position.
Curtis has won a place for himself
on the Varsity by fitting in with the
two sophomores who are scheduled
to start the game in the forward
wall. "Emmy" Reid will start at left
wing and Crossman has won the
birth at the center position.
CLEVELAND - Considerable stu-
dent agitation has been aroused
over the prospect of combining the
athletic teams of Case school and
Western Reserve University, two
schools which are already linked in
administration.

back stroke race in 1:50 after treil-!
ing the first four men for most of
the distance and finally sprinting,
into the lead to wrest the first hon-
ors from Spindle, former Michigan
captain at the finish. Howlett, a
recent Northwestern swimmer, took
third place for the Yacht club.

BADGERS DEMAND
COACH _BE KEPT
Grid Players Petition Councilj
for Thistlethwaite's Job.
(1?. Associa'ed Press)
MADISON, Wis., Dec. 10. - An!
ultimatum that either Glenn This-
tlethwaite be retained as University
of Wisconsin football coach or they
will not partIcipat in the sport

YEARLING TRACK several extra points to their total
h ofternoon in the field e
TEAM HAS iEET in which they are prcruarly
strong.
(Continued From Page 6) Competition in the field ev nts
6:19.6. Horton, Childs, and G. V. will consist of the high jump, pole
Harris were way out in front to vault, shot put, and 35-pound
take the 660-yard run in 1:34. weight events.
The members of the yearling Summary.
souad were divided into two com- 50-yard dash: Renwick, first;
petlng teams, the Fresh and the Doner, second; Heston, third. Time
Frosh, which division will be main- :5 three-fifths.
taiied throughout the season as aren 65-yard high hurdles: McDowell,
a d in competition among the mem- first: ldred. second; Gravelle,
hers. The Frosh took the first part third. Time :10 and one-fifth.
of the meet yesterday by the score 65-yard low hurdles: Heston,
of 34 points to 20 for the Fresh. first; Randall, second; Bradley,
Th.e Fresh team will probably add third. Tir e :3.

AA TSINE
NOTICE
SPECIAL!
40c LUNCHEON EVERY DAY
FOREST INN c
n ck 1; A ana Rin e .

Walaitas Takes Century. Yhas been issued by the sophomore
In the century free style Walait members of the 1030 Ladger team
Wolverin Varsity diver and sprint- to the athletic council.
er of last year, carried off the hon- the soh oor in w
ors with a time of 56.3 seconds. The sophomore signers were
Schmieler and Smith of Michigan Charles H. Goldenberg, Ralph Lov-
following him across the finish. shin, John Schneller, Harry Rike,
Michigan's 300-yard medley team Jr., Ed Schwoegler, Gregory Kabat,
composed of Meigs, Schmieler, and !---Wa.rde Stout, Walter McGuire,
Marcus took its event from ther Clarence Edwards and Joe Linfor.
Yacht Club trio of Spindle, Howlett, Goldenberg Schneller, McGuire
and Ault, the latter being the Mich- Captam o th 193A,31 Vity Kabat, and Linfor were regulars.
igan captain last season, with the swimming W aed Dick The ption said in part:
time of 3:13. . Spindle Tuesday in a sw.mming "Having two years of football
Club took first and second in the et held at the Detroit Yacht competition left, we believe we are
diving with Fenske of Michigan, Club when he won jie 150-yard in a position to know the ability of
third. Following the meet the two back stroke in 1:50. Coach Thistlethwaite better than
teams engaged in a fast water polo anyone else and are convinced that
game in which the Wolverines lost, Wrestlers Dr he has the necessary qualities, and
2-1. In spite of the fact that the I that the past season was as sue-
poloists were on the losing end the fO7 Opr G J eets cessful as could be expected with
team looks good. The Michigan ---- the material."
poloists were Schmeiler, Valentine, (Continued From Page 6) The petition goes on to deplore
Klintworth, Kennedy, Smith, Lem- teams of the caliber that mark Wisconsin being called the "coach-
ak, and Miller. Former Wolverine their schedule. There is plenty of { es' graveyard," and concludes with:
swimmers on the Yacht club polo good material on thn Michigan "We do hereby agree
squad were Spindle, Hubbell, Walai- god ut oMichigan "doh rby agre sincerely
tas, Watson, and Mertz. squad but it is1largely inexperi- and faithfully not to co-operate in
- _____asco ldbeeeithY-_ any way with the football authori-
enced as could be seen i the Ypsi- ties unless Coach Thistlethwaite is
Varsity Quintet Wins 1lanti meet Tuesday. retained as head coach."
From Reserve Cagers X

NEW YORK - Lou GehIig firt
baseman of the New York Yankees,
is rapidly recovering from the op-
cration which he underwent re-
^ently in a New York hospital for
injuries received during the bise-
ball season.

300-yard dash: Yonger, frt P ne75
Doner, second; Lennen, third. Time ~ s l-~
:34.9Y R urshouldbe
60 - yard run: Horton first; repahedl and jeanc by experts.
Cemulete line of furs on an
Childs, second; George Harris, a made to or or De nd
third. Time 1:34.
One and one-quarter mile run: Z4werd g Fur Shop. Here since
McManus, first; Alix, second; Dix- 1904. Phone 8507

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(Continued From Page 6)
come this difficulty.
News from other Big Ten camps
has shown that Michigan is not the
only team suffering from lack of
height on its squad this season, and
if that is the case the chances of
the Wolverines will take a decided
rise. Outside of the fact that the
team is so short, the present Michi-
gan quintet may rank with any in
the Conference, basing its attack
on speed and accuracy in shooting
rather than in the ability to take
the ball away from the other team
by an advantage in reach.

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