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December 13, 1930 - Image 7

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T P F rw t ms4OF '.

Benefit Contest to be S7Fagd
otflMint, Includes Ma ny _
Former College Men.
Charity football tomorrow will
bring into one stadium a galaxy of
Michigan's greatest gridders. To-
morrcw afternoon at 2 o'clock
Ralph Wills will assemble his team
of former Michigan stars to play a
team of former Ypsi stars in a
charity game in Atwood Stadium
in Flint to help unemployment.
The Lions club of Flint is premot-
ing the fray, R aIl b ills organiz-
ing both teams.
In the backfield the lineup is un-
certain as Wills hias All-Amrican
Brazil of the University of D3-etroit:
Tom Connell, Captain. of th1-192t
edition of University of; Detc iroit's
football team; Jack Welr half~-
back of the University of 'Michir;an;
AI Dahlem, star of last year's Mich-
igan team; Joe Gembis, All-Con-
ference black in 1929 for Miclhigan;
andl Avery and Ralph WVills men-
bers of the Wolverine team ti
year to choose from.
Al Bovard is a certainty atia-
ter position for Wills' team. The
guards will be Steinke and Poe with
Parker in reserve. These mnen with
Poorman at tacklOe -were members
of the Varsity at Michigan in 1929
Tom Edwards will start the other
tackle positionIle was a star xat
tackle position three years ado alIQ
won All-Conference berth at this
position for Michigan.
At the end positions wvil1 be Bill
Orwig an end on Michigan's 1926
team, Herm Young of the Univer-
sity of Detroit's 1929 team, and Nat
Goodnow another Detroit star.
Against Wills' team of Michigan
and Detroit stars an agpgregattion-
of Ypsi stars will be placed. Their
lineup reads like the lineup that
held the Michigan Varsity to a 7-0
score early in the 1930 season. Sto-
ver will start at center and Jape
Rice and Vangu at the guard posi-
In the tackle positions Shoemiak-
er and McMurry, regular tackles on
the 1930 Ypsi team, will start the
game. Gregory and G. Willa: are to
start at the flanks. In the backs-
field Mtites, Morrow, Oliver, and l
Pratt will bear the brunt of h

I E -_KS LAYERS jNe~-Pln~anpMC
(Continued From Page 6)
brought the Qflyiipic title to the (Coiltsiz _rns ae6)u
United States in 198.Last Novem- ilsat ntea _nn tl ~
... ber he turned iprofessional and re-Ik
ceived a, le is of absence from Fire- sesnInh i~.i'w' h
stoneC to t;:y :his U at the bigl regulars ha w>bei'
i tle. In fiv e rmabi lp before his worn the i -o ic ~n
ma %!?.b' -,th ;on:nJbrgGeorge Crosmi, b iiij2 it ~
swept t17° Contndprs ranks with snReI a _.r~n ~'
ftij- ad vips tnStasiakPill Williams, s. eC - 0i
Jo V~ie h , ils butze and z ohmre~ i
rarm l'_ i5'n1 as well athe fain- ILZ.gm~ Ate7 0a
B 130"Bibbler" Mancre ie~oy.h en
..an extra - iI chi U; ? !varl ie
that it did not h :r.t ~a
Service Elevens Meet In acidlilo10 to ihere mw enI.
iAnnual 'Tilt Today Coach Loawrey wilr~eevt!«
}_____Brans back in thl,,ine-Inp Vwho Ur-Ih
(Continued From Page 6) doubtedly will h4v a ,rtewacsjiag 3in- ,
field wiljI itcladc Enni.n at quar- fluence on ~the new.comners. "Oakie
t3r.mSxec aer a id Fr tz c t halves, Tompkins, r ated r ic of the bee _ s
s~ an,-, iJdlayat full. Tige will be re- goalies in ecilegiaate f ircles in the
nwie_ red manwlo re aver- country last, seaso-n, Di Iil nen
'i _d 1i kick bgacked to Kgive the Ca- cener aon last % "' i tea.m, a a
Notre Dar,e Kigii Tommy Courtis, a wing, ait will be
IIcts t pi Ilone Score. back with the Wolverine team. ,s
1 k hris avy nounced its P obable As reserves M i-a'ri will have 1 S
start ng lineoup as fo llavws: Steff an- Captain Art Schlanderer, HaroldC
Wo tk alednaxt ie. anrclByn, ends, Captain SBow- Sindles, Torn Prou~e, Charles Hild- tl
the dackering for new players to strom and ryani, ta~ci {es; Under- ner, and James- Gr char, all of these S
wear the uni ormn of the Detroit j wood and Gray, guards; Tuttle,, men, except the Mirst, being new-I
Tiger}att .i pc econiferc eIenter; 16 .uer, quariterb .ck: Gan- corners to tle , u. d. Scehiandal-rr
of e g Lagg o'(isand ma, n- n_" and H~irn, half acks; Hagberg, and Sindies will get -he lirLtca'l.;V
ag ers. 'u''c. h ~kf~~ uatti as reserve m~aterial.
---- the sane one that ran roughshod -The Western Ontario squad in- ; c
WOLVES TO FA(~~~ over the Pennslvna eleven last cue oi i e~igais
,- k StuAy adwthte rssMcCallum, Lawson. Paterson, and p I
liY 14JLh1 Nvysch~ances intoday'sGame. S ewart. derense zmen; Armisrongir

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proabl isn de i e tLn i't~c
1 n prolec theforipri nion, ter
leCad ilnlMregasto em isband aout ec
ofte beestsoftplaying Onveral, g2.0niec
a emer ofpethe efasitario lhmll
H orckey~ As oi a i o nd th aill in cgam es u h cl b s o d n a s A . C E
S inoec t. Thomasionrsoll
Coatah MiBiadnwillteamh itne aout neeM
fthe bst erxtgegtsinonattho eCoig312 .00taeac
embx edonteasigt.OtroIl~om
imc oe, rtSt.TaigersomanrTomEDCLO
White Sox first baseman who was Cull 4310,
recently obtained by the MilwaukeeI Benjamin.


)ernrJot ,Biscuits
_ c va)enr4973.
_ University
, or ea Jrtsured in
a.~~ wh uexclusions,
t VM c ia l 5502. :Bon-
ove'anq04 IYpsi-Ann
adaewishes con-
lying; Plymouth. Start
"nber 20, return 30th.
h wray. Dale A. White,
H ills, Mich. 56
[ae. Tutoring Agency
Phone 7927
CITES bought and sold.
215 E. Washington. H.

OLD VIOLINS-Attributed to mag-
gine, Lupo, Garnerius, Chanot,
Da Salo, Strainer, Kloz. Also
Kloz Viola. No, reasonable oiler,
refused. 315 E. Catherine St.,
Ann Arbor. 5
margin over wholesale cost.
Classroom, afternoon, and dance
frocks at astonishing prices. 1328
Geddes Ave. Phone 22310. 2 to
FRSALE-Set of Dietzgen draw-
ing nstumets.CosIt $26. Will
tke $15. Perfect condition. Call
Hmmond, 2-1958. 345
CLARINET, B flat, Bahm system,
Holton make, perfect condition.
Very cheap. Phone 3212. 516
Packard. Evenings. 635


LOST-Phi Kappa Tau fraternity
pin. Please call 6674. H. H. Boys.
LOST-White gold Elgin wrist
watch. Return to Stan Hozer and
receive a reward. Phone 3627.

club, a farm of the St. Louis
icans has not been ordered
port to the Browns and they
intend to obtain him.

Amer-!- -
to re- TYPING-Theses a specialty. F'air
do not rates. M. V. Hartsuff, Dial 9087.

(Continued From Page 6)
Ten games roll around.
in the Michigan State game last
year, which the Staters won by a
27-26 count, Weiss dropped a long
shot through the meshes just after
the -final gun sounded with what'
would have been the winning points
if the gains had lasted one sec-
ond longer. This game was close
throughout, with neither team
showing any marked advantage or
disadavantage. Roger Grove regis-11
tered 10 points in this game to leadI
his team in scoring.
]both Michigan and Michigan
State will have ample reserve ma-
terial tonight, since Coach Veenker
h a s Hudson, 1931 gridiron captain,
Captain Downing, Petrie, and Rick-
etas to rush into the battle at anyI
time. The invaders have Bernard,
Ifaun, and McCaslin to use in case
any of the regtxlars are forced to
leave the game.


INTER-FRATERNITY WR;;E .STLING 7::;0 T'au Kappa Epxsilon play's Delta
Kiepa Epsilon, and Theta 'Xi meets
Semi-finals and fn 'a ifl th<<Alpha Chi PUvh..OCn Tuesday at
inter-fraternity wresi , t ='F -i etaTheta Pi.
maent were run of' hrdyngt
Ta~u Kappa Epsilon won the first VL YBL fA1(NSI
place honors with a total ofc
poits. Delta Sigma Pi annexed thej Fifteem tennxis will sta rt the play-
runner-up position, piling up 11, off ofl the volley ball cam npionship I
taJijieu. Theta Chi and ;Hermitage -
lished in a deadlock for third w hen Phi Lambda Kap pa meets
place. Twenty, fraternities had en-j Phi Sigma Kappa at 7:30 Thurs-
tries in the competition.y day Dec. 11 and Trigon_ meets Phi-
Hills captured the laurels in thej Kappa an hour later in the In-
125-lb0. class by throwing Allen, who trainural building. Monday Dec. 15
conquered Tobias in the semi-finals. Alpha Phi Delta vs. Phi Ta Delta
ills defeated Brockway in his last
step to the final match, In the' and Alpha Kappa Lambda vs. Al-
135-lb. division Hermitage entries pham Omega at 7:30., At 8:30 the
won- both of the. semi-final matches, same evening, Theta Chi meets Al-
andc so the final bout did not take pha Cili Rho. On Tuesday Dec. 16
place, Green downed Bross, and at73,TeaXiv.Bt ht
Mortimer won over D'Anna in the PiadTnKpaEp'o s et
earlier combats.,iadTuKpa p o s et
After defeating Rueben in the. Kappa Epsilon. Phi Sigma Delta'
semi-finals Bannow camne throuzghI dre a bye until the qu.arter-final;
to defeat Benjamin in t'hc finals I roi-n(d.
for the 145-lb. title. William", eon-'--
yuerIed Chase in the final bout- of i.IZAT.EERzNITY SW;.V hIINO
the 1551b. class, after winning over
Gordona in the semii-finals. Chasm 3lAiini Kappa I ariabda d£efeated
defeati ed Taylor in the firs', match.! Psi Upsilon last inight in the only
Rootson bested Coventry, and Mal r- &ixinrizzg meet of tile evenig
covstky beat Lan gen in the semi- -_ -----
finals of the 165-lbp. section, with T,:5 Lr amonlt and Ed Coll' ins, neCw
Routson annexaing t he finalR bout. Washington football assistants tun-
In the .175-lb. class Anderson took Idci Jimy Plhelan, will spnd theif
the, Ilast mat1)iby lbeating; Hu'ely. s Y_' ncr vacation in the midcilo
in thec -emi-finals Anderson z W01 weat. Collins pl,ayed end at Notre
from Neuman, and,, Hubely downed rD, , . ~last year amid L amnolt
Soin)an. MeCi'ath won tilh ill. in,{(:(lede Loyola, Chicago.
the u.nlimited dziison by b3estizng: _
Williamtson. MOW ),2 e^fell lbefore 1 O (!1 ) zWitha3l hotels
McCrath, and. Wi7 1iT ns toon hI'1 . id n I5,_ trl rexece
in the £semi-fil:,ia .s sm',teoitgve-
i 'UniY71£ 1 ', 1 ).? t '-f )


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Winners of the fifi eoncleagues i bhe lu tolag a0ii c r C 0
the fraternity volleyball cham .pio(n -hIlnethue o ~'if ~
ships have already si t'(1,-, la -I n 1,? 's.T- iwould i'elic- :cthbc
offs for the title. Last year's. .xi- I S-~t>o h oes
feartdlPhiLam a. n:') i'1.I 'hr 3 AIIN
first cont'e_,ss tobe 1lay e y yir-
tue of its win over Trigo1, Phi tK;p- XA1! make LS of machines.
pa is favored atlong wit'1h Beta ThetaI Our equipmnent adpr
Pi, last year's runner-up, to b-a iin r"' l] arc considered
the final game. ~aong the best in the State. The result
On Mon day at 7:30 Alpha Kappa' of twenty years' careful building
Lambda will mreet Alpha Omleg, 0 . D. M RRI LL
and Alpha Phi Delta wil play Phi 314 South Stage Phone 6615
Beta Del. i t :30 T e- Chi -meets


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