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Wolves Have Lost 11 Out of 13
Cage Games to Strong
BOTH WIN OPENERS
Michigan's cagers will meet a
dangerous opponent tonight at
7:30 when Michigan State invades
the Field House to do battle for
the unofficial collegiate basketball
championship of the state. This
cage rivalry with the Spartans is
one of the few in which the Wolv-
erines stand on the wrong side of
the won and lost ledger, the East
Lansing quintetehavingataken 11
out of 13 starts against the Varsity.I
For two years Coach Veenker's
men have been unable to turn back
the assault of the green and White,
mainly due to the work of three men
who are to play tonight, Raga,
Scott, and Roger Grove, and to
Roger's brother Don who have
brought sadness into the hearts of
the wearers of the Maize and Blue
by their brilliant playing. Haga and
Scott are guards while the Grove
brothers held down the forward
Three Veteran Spartans.
The threle veterans from lash
year's team, one of the best M;.chi-
gan State has ever had, will be a
ig help to Coach Vanalstyne in his
attempt to makepit thre Cin a row
over the Wolves, although Grove is
reported to be having a hard time
in finding the whereabouts of the
hoop this year. haga and Scott will
be the main cots in the Spartan
machine, and to win tonight the
Veenkermen will have to stop these
two stars on defense and get past
them on oense. If the Varsity can
do this the game will be more than
Against Cincinnati University
Haga and Scott led the Spartans
to a 22-8 victory in which the Cin-
cinnati boys were unable to count
once from the floor. The whole
State team with Pinneo and Boes-
kool in the other forward and cen-
ter positions showed a deceptive
attack and a stonewall guarding.
game which kept the Cincinnati
team in their own end of the floor
during most of the game.
Wolves Take Opener.
Michigan also in its first game
of the year showed that it would
have to be contended with in this
year's schedule. With a team which
was almost wholly made up of
rather unknown quantities, Coach
Veenker registered a victory over
the Western State Teacher's college
five 35-23 in the season opener. Of
the five men on the starting team
last Saturday, only one played regu-
larly last year, Weiss at right for-.
ward. Daniels at center won his
letter last season, but did not play
regular. Shave, Eveland, and Alten-
hof are new men who are compet-
ing for their first time under the
Maize and Blue. These new men
worked into the game well, and
should helm Michigan develop a
strong quintet by the time the Big
(Continued on Pige 7)
PROBIABLE LINE -UPS
Michigan Michigan State
Weiss .... ..... RF........ Pinneo
Eveland ....... LF......... Grove
Daniels .......C........ Boeskool
Altenhof ...,R .....Haga
Shaw ....,...,. LG.......... Scott
Young* Stribling Wins
(Continued from Page 1)
round each of the first nine periods
,1 s ~ a (AL aw. Only i the final did
Stribling break forth into a flury
which cost Griffiths the bout.
In the preliminaries tonight Bat-
talino successfully defended his
-i~ahci weigi crown in a decision
bout against Kid Chocolate.
IN BOUT AT C
The world's heavyweight boxin
night to W. L. (Young) Stribling al
a decision at the end of a close lO-rx
the president of the American boxirm
last summer won the title from Jack
not participating in regulation bou
Friday. The executive made the ann
TS GRIFFITH GA 1ELEADS OLVES
ICAG STADIUMi N
Yankee Stadium Will be Scene .
of Annual B ttle otween
Service Teams . gay.*t
National gridiron fans are prom- a
ised one of the most tasty dshes .
of the year today when Army and b
Navy invade NewYrk city for
4 their scheduled a1 When ttlaosc nI
tfthe Ya e tad um. Dot teams
will face the openixng i~cl->of keyedfF
4up to a pitch which can only be o
attained for a bttle wi ch ha
the long and bitter rivalry behind
,it that this ne hs. When the tilt
was first arranged c ritics granted
the Midshipmen little chance of .'
I winning against the rnow ,rul West a
Point eleven, but N y B tarGin
~te-eason ecf ie i ~mutrate r~
hem an even choice the beting
champ<as awrdedp asthe hard chring adiet link-
i T yheaded by Captain. aumbrtJd o,
g comissnMa cheng woPrice has successfmlNy held it own ty agta htsshd le
with strong opponeouts all se son th w nd h
lmong hreacing the heights in theFh-
Soldiers Fiel , cadic with Notr e -pa
Dameabut hi lbetested to the ut -
most this afternoon when fa cing
Dt he deceptive Warnor offensive ..&...e
that Navy employs. BauerGan- e I
ion, and Kim are the shining :.bt:::
ights in the Midshipmen back ht
ig championship was awarded last field that are apt to cause Army
or he had beaten Tu'fy Griffiths by considerable trouble. Captain Je Downing,
mnud bout in Chicago. According to The West Point line is enough su Who captains the MichiganpVars-
rg comymission, Max Schmeling, who perior to that of Navy to give them it cage team that is scheduled to p
Sharkey, had forfeited his belt byf a slight edge in that phase o play play host to the Michigan Statet
ht for six months ending at noon but Sasse cannot put a set of back quintet that wii invade the Yost
,oncemerrt before last night's fight. on the field to match that of the Field House i the annual Wol-
n Annapolis school, and it is expect-'rine-Spartan clash tonight.
ed that the contest will develop in- _____ _
CKt SESSIONS to a fight between the Army lin
th w LL E LIGH R hand the Navy backfield. A ror T IIg g P, E
phepyofgodweathereontitios s It LIo ssn tha th p
gives promise of alowin beth
Tr adks ers Go Through Final teams toGberwkt their best, atsough
Strenuous i Drl w if the weather should be bad thedi
Coach Chuck Hoyt's Varsity track The tentative Army lineup in- gr
MeI, were put through their last eludes Messinger and Carimark at George Became World ham ap
the ends, Price and Suarez in the
rasly intensive drill before the tackle positionsm Captain I lumber inPeriod of Few ears
olid y yesterday afternoon as and The at guards, and Miller in Was Good Student.
sevoral trials were held in the field the pivot post. The tarting back-p.st
and track events. Next week dwill be (Continued on Page 7) Now that the heavyweight wrestl-
devoted to only light drill sessions dniina title is safe in the hands of the
wih Boeek lay-gedurin . Coach. Ws Shein former Michigan grapler, Ed George
witeratwoeekart ofnthiengtutxiinsthtiWs n tisp sidu tio preicnt one o th
vacation period. Schedule of M es mostcoofuseasonsthatthe E ort
The high junpers warmed up a rfo. ew Gym eam has had in some time. r Nappy
kt and wore soon topping the bare rge will tae all coers as he
around the 5 feet 7 inch mark with I With no meet or exhibition due did here at the Intramural build-
but adeno reateffrt o hag prt f Jauar bu i tis racigwrpedhenfirgh turkedphis hand
fair consistency. Noyes outdid his to be held for some time in the fu- I n thegame.
competitors with a jump of 5 feet, ture, Coach West has little to do tihhsgmatcsudbtse Onlth e i ame.ee are
aroundthe 12foot mrkwitdhais gymnastic squad bus sot sie, Onlyonclde inh is ol Aae
eight and one-quarter inches to top that they keep up their practices was George defeated and that was
the list. Gaffell, O'Neil, andSeiffert and gradually work themselves into a close time decision that Fisher of
all took a workout in the event, the perfection of for and grace Indiana won over him in 1926 at
with Gaffell showing some fair that is the sole basis for the award the Conference individual chai-
formn on a 5 feet 7 inch jump. of points in competition between pionships. That was the first year
Lack of intensive practice thus teams of this new sport of Michi- of competition for Ed and Coach
far showed up in the broad jump gan.j Keen said that he never forgot that
even:t which netted only a mark of( Considerable correspondence hasI lesson.
20 feet, 8 and three-quarter inches been sent to neighboring colleges,1 As a student there have been few'
which Boettler managed to annex. Y. M. C. A.'s, and athletic asscia-' athletes that have beaten George's
Blumnfeld, O'Neil, Kline and Tro- tions to arouse anr interest in the record in the Engine School, and on
mreter took part in this event, but exhibitions that West wvant his graduation he wnt to wok with
made no astonishing jumps. men to give about the first of the Firestone Corporation. Ed didl-
luiphreys and Capt. Pottle March. Several replies have re- not see much active service in the
worked out a bit on the pole vault, quested the team for the ater in; for a few years and only
bat made no great effort to hang part of January but it is prazct- "ppled enough to keep hiis hand
n a gnoodl mark. Pottle worked ally impssible to round out a; in the game.
around the 12 foot mark and called gymnastic squad in so short tin, Geore hed the National Ama-
it az day. Humphreys was unable to since the entire process of training tour crown nt92S and 1929 and
crjual1ttis in several attempts. land practice is slow at best. (Continued on Page 7)
F ,-~yt 1Y.\~:.
LEAGES WLVEINE STARS
trie Is Cased by Universal
Dra ft Question.
Aftr ;everal dcays of bickering Invaders Seek Revenge for Loss
;Yrh c minor lea-u- meeting at to Champions Last Year;
lontreal and the joint meeting of to Clash at $:30.
he American and National leagues -l --
t New York, matters have finally Michigan's hockey team, cham-
ome to a head between the base- pions of the Western Conference in
a1 1929-30, will open its puck season
all mouls itepresenting the t tonight when it clashes with the
rosuits, ithnwagent rismgsthUniversity of Western Ontario sex-
rtaint a ne eb war is tot at 8:30 o'clock on the Coliseum
nt ide. ice. The game will be moved back
Not d the days of the oldrf to this late hour in order that
pralgeague15n yas , has those who attend the Michigan.
gang.d balegh behen hatorn by State basketball game earlier in
rfo pinvtsi any of the major the evening will not be deprived of
ticik ut b. e argument arising a chance to see the ice team swing
Utdf the naivemsal drnft question into action. Admission will be 50
as catslsuhabreak between mcents.
hengrous t mreconciliation is Western Ontario will bring avet-
evgt- be for the time rean combination that has lost on-
oeing I is likely that rveral lea-' ly two player,, from its powerful.
-;ucs, in~iding theintern, ationzal, club of last yea o atle the Var-
Im: vican i citio ,Pcific Coast, sity. Allthoughi both of its defense
tVes.en (n se- vlrak men oflastseason have left
enough good replacements have
cons. I een found to give the Canadian
ohs Ines t ok a doiiestand club a well-balanced sextet.
Jnteusin of tie draft that lwestern Ontario met the Wol-
~ngc rgmet hasfaled to vernes in the opening game of last
a~age.Altoug boh sdeshave season. dropping a 5-0 verdict to
made minor cormproise on soy- Coach ,ddie Lowrey's men when
eral points, none ofth changes they apparently under-estimated
suggested were big enough in- scope the ability of the Varsity puckmen.
to make up for feelings that the Normally the Canadian team was
two groups hold for each other.- a much better aggregation than
Uinder the new agreement, no deal- that score would idicate, and only
ings between the two major leaguesI means that tonight the Western
and these five minor loops will take Ontario sextet will be trying twice
place, either in buying players from as hard to revenge that decisive,
the minors or in shipping major and totally unexpected, defeat.
league veterans to them in the The Michigan combination that
:future. (Continued on Pate 7)
Veterans to Bolster
by Ineligible Men.
Ineligibility is beginning to cut
into the already thin ranks of the
Wolverine fencing squad. Faced 1
with the difficulty of getting ex-
perienced, or at least good fencei's,
Coach Johnstone regards the open-
ing of the fencing season which is;
about a month away, with some
misgivings. However he is working
his charges hard to get them in1
shape for competition and to ac-;
quire the form and precision that
wins points in a meet. th.
The veteran list on the fencing'
squad is limited to three men who
have worked with the Varsity teamI
formerly. Bob Gordon, present cap-
tai and a good sabre man, is one
of these. His versatility in both theI
epee and the foils in addition to I
his specialty in the sabre may have
to be called into use. Friedman and !
Lovell are the other veterans and
they both specialize in the foils.
The foils were hit hardest by the
ineligibility of Madero and Morely
and the fact that only five of last
year's freshman squad of twenty
are in school again this year. Three
of these men will be counted on for
action this year. Powers, Wonig,
and Reichardt will defend in tlcl
sabre or foil events according to
their respective future develop-
Captain Gordon will have at lea
two teammates on hand to he
him carry the sabres for the bene
fit of Michigan. Id- and DeSteffi
have both been showing proicie
in that event and the coach expe
to use them in this season's ne
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