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I'RIDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1930
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IrHE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE SEVEN

TH.E.M.CH.GAN....L.

DUAL QAUIFE
Varsity and B' Team Practice
Together; Lineups Chosen
Shortly Before Games.
Coach George Veenker has defi-
nitely decided not to divide the
Varsity basketball squad into the
A and B teams this year, due to
the fact that little benefit has been
derived in the past two years from
the system of having separate
teams. All cage games will be play-
ed by men picked from the Varsity
squad shortly before the games.
The original purpose of the divi-
sion was to develop material for the
A team by giving more men the
opportunity of playing basketball,
but as Veenker pointed out, there
ae so few men taken over to the
Varsity that it was deemed wise to
abandon the policy.
In the former system Varsity
substitutes would often sit on the
bench all season with no chance to
play in Conference games, but un-
der the present arrangement they
may have opportunities of playing
for the Junior Varsity. Coach Ray
Courtright is assisting Coach Veen-
ker and will have charge of the B
team games.
FRESHMEN BREAK
MARKS IN TRACK
New Records Set in High Jump
and 35-Poland Weight.
(Continued From Page 6)
first in the broad jump and a sec-
ond in the pole vault for a total of
8 points. Heston was his nearest
competitor with 7 points gained in
three events, a first in the hurdles,
a third in the sprints, and a thirC
in the broad jump. .Doer and
Patrick each garnered 6 points as
their share cf the spoils of the
meet.
Lassala, a diminutive mass of
muscle, topped the bar in the pole
vaultA event at the 11' 6" mark to
take first place after failing to
clear on a 12' attempt. Myers ran
him a close second, but could not
get above the, 11'b3" mark. Boli
vaultedclear of the cross bar at the
10' 6" mark to take the third posi-
tion.
After taking the second position
in the vault, Myers proceeded to
annex the broad jump honors with
a fair mark of 20' 10 3/4". Rea took
a second in the event at 20' 3 3/4"
with Heston holding down a poor
third.
There was nothing exciting about
the shot event, with Salmon only
tossing the 16-pound sphere for a
first place at 36' 8". Previous to.
the meet he tossed it around the
38' mark. Blumenfeld and Patrick
finished in succession behind this
mark.
The meet was fairly successful as
a whole, with two new marks and
several other fair records being
turned in by the yearling members.
The division of the freshmen into
the two squads, the Fresh and the
Frosh, was with the idea of intro-
ducing more of the spirit of com-
petition into the events. This com-
petition of the two teams will be
maintained throughout the season,
Coach Doherty stated. Most of the
members of the yearling squad
have been excused from further
practice until after the holidays.

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TOURNEY TOT'

-CAMPUS MAT VARSITY' DEFEATS
AL OVER 100 MENQ
Veenker's Men Lead at Half;
men to sign up at the Intramural Final Score, 32-14.
building. Coach Keen believes that

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Preparations are going forward
to take care of the largest All-
campus wrestling meet in the his-
tory of the sport at Michigan. More
than a hundred entries are already
on the card and there is still time
for any man on the campus with
the exception of the Varsity mat-
earlg Cage Team
Shows Lack of Form
(Continued From Page 6)
ing during which several of the
candidates showed that they pos-
sessed good eyes for sinking long
shots. A short period was devoted
to pass-work following this, and it
was not until near the end of the
drill that the freshmen cagers
handled the ball as it should be
handled.
Time was also devoted toward
the improvement of guarding and
dribbling in for short shots on
which Fisher's charges are notice-
ably weak. The day's drill was con-
cluded with sets of forwards, cen-
ters and guards working on break
plays under the basket. In this work
the men showed some proficiency
despite the general tendency to
loose play, and some of the more
experienced succeeded in dropping
several shots through the hoop.

NOTICE

the matches this year will holdI (Continued From Page 6)
more interest than those of last istered 10. Rickets led the scoring
year because of the general super- for the Varsity with 5 points, 2
iority of the entrants. baskets and a free throw. Petrie+
Weighing in will take place on made 4 points while Garnet col-
Monday, Dec. 15, at the Intramural lected 3. Hudson registered a long
building and the preliminary bouts shot and Root made one of the few
are started on Tuesday the six- counters for the Varsity near the
teenth to run through until the basket.'
finals which are slated for Thurs- The scoring of the Alumni was
day. Gold medal awards will be led by Lovell sinking 4 shots from'
given to the winner in each class. the floor. Orwig, held at back guard
The Ragnald-Wilde drawing system position, was able to make only one
is used and the prelims will run bucket. This was a difficult one-
seven minutes while the finals will handed shot from the free-throw
go ten. district. Clemons made one basket
Men that have been working out lrom the floor and Montague andE
in the 118-lb. class that are show- F
ing best are Sigwart, Youngman Formsma successfully tried free-
and Malowitz. Bennett, Cortez and to
Kalkins seem to be the top of the
125-pounders, while Horner, Ander- Michigan Puck Season
son, Otto and Davis are leading the Wil O e Tomorrow
135 division. The 145-lb. group
Lwhich is the largest, boasts Willson, (Continued From Page 6)
lhankman, Bishop, Williams and and Schnarr and Tieman, right
several others. wing
Parker, Power and Brown are at T Wtng.t
the top of the 155-pounders and The Western Ontario outfit has
Reif and Frisk seem to hold the already played several games this
edge in the 165 division. Jordan season and probably will be in
and Morgan stand out in the last slightly better condition than the
weight class of 175 pounds while Michigan team. They are a member
Grinnell and Williams hold the of the Ontario Hockey Association,
lime light in the unlimited division which includes Western Ontario,
-- _ London East A. C., Simcoe, St.
Thomas, Ingersoll, and Chatham,
the team that will face the Wolv-
erines here next Wednesday night.
N ews IAs play in this league has already
got under way the Western Ontario
team has already tasted some stiff
competition.
second rounds were run off and
William won from. White, Green- SIDECOUT
span from A. Cohn, Chase from
Colman, and Dukes from Barnes in SHOTS
the first matches. In the second

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F1RATEURNITY HANDBALL
In gaining the semi-final posi-
tion in the fraternity handball
league, Phi Lambda Kappa defeat-
ed Tau Kappa Epsilon 2 games to
Kane.
FRATERNITY WRESTLING
The first two rounds of the Fra-I
t e r n i t y wrestling championship
have been completed. In the 125-
pound class Allen defeated Comins,
Hills won from Stoner, and Land-
rum beat Morrison. In the second
round of the same event Allen a-
gain defeated his opponent, being
Galin. Hill beat Landrum, and
Brockway defeated Angel.
In the 135-pound group Siegan
beat Johnston and then lost to
Bross. In the second round Green
won from Sutton, Danna from Tut-
tle, and Mortimer from Eliasohn.
Benjamin beat Hartwell and Ban-
non defeated Nathan in the first
round of the 145-pound division.
In the quarter-finals of this class,
Bannon again defeated his oppon-
ent, winning from Wash. Rubin
beat Haves, Benjamin won from
Brambaugh, and Krueger f r o m
Weisman.
The 155-pound class first and
Summary.
High jump: Moisio, first; Immel
and Trybyszewski, tied for second.
Distance, 6'1/4".
Pole vault: Lassala, first,; Myers,
second; Jeppeson, third. Distance
11' 66".
Broad jump: Myers, first; Rea,
second; Heston, third. Distance
20' 10 f ".
Shot put (16-pound): Salmon,
first; Blumenfeld, -second; Patrick,
third. Distance 36' 8".
35-pound weight: Patrick. Dis-
tance 42' 8/"

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round Gordon defeated Stigleman,
Williams beat Greenspan, Chase
beat Dukes and Taylor defeated
Blumenfeld.t
.The results of the 165-pound di-t
vision were: Routeson defeatedl
Friend; Marcovski won his matcht
f r o m Windson, Coventry from1
Raike, Routeson from Adams, Mar-r
covski again won his match by
beating Machlem, and Langen de-
feated Rubin. In the 175-pound
class DeWeese won a decision from
Bauss and Ehrlich overcame Lapin
in the first round matches. Ander-
son downed Singer, Neuman tri-
umphed over DeWeese, Ilubley won
a decision from Ehrlich, and Solo-
mon won from Lesser.
In the unlimited class Montague
won from Chohest, Williams over-
came Cox, Zagorin won a decision
from Fishman, Montague in the
second round beat Goldstein, and
McGarth defeated Smietanka.

(Continued From Page 6)
only game the Staters have played
to date against the University of
Cincinnati last week, the Spartans
had little difficulty in taming their
opponents 22-8, with the Cincinnati
boys failing to score from the floor,
mainly due to the work of Haga
and Scott.
Coach Veenker will start the
same line-up which worked so
effectively against the Michi-
gan State Teachers College in
the season opener with Weiss
and Eveland at forwards, Dan-
iels at center, and Shaw and
Altenhof at guards. This five is
the best which has been uncov-
ered this year, and although
the showing of Eveland was
something of a disappointment
to the Michigan coach, the
sophomore forward is expected
to prove his metal this week.

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