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December 14, 1930 - Image 6

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Daniels Wins High Point Honors
as; ThigC. Quintet Beats
FiJ Ig M.3.C. Team.




Michigan's basketball team brokej
through a two-season loosing streak
and downed the Spartans of State
to the tune of 32 to 22 last night.
With a floor attack that is danger-
ous and passing that was perfectC
the Wolverines opened up and dis-
played a type of game that had
been held back in the opening game
- ith the Western Teachers.
Veenker's quintet took the lead
early in the game and the stands
filled with better than 3000 rootersq
came to life to find that the Wolves "
were showing a class of basketballf
that should take them a long way oge Crnsby,
on their way to the Conference Manager of the Chicago Cubs,
title. Mistakes were few and far be- who has accomplished more than
tween and for the most part the any other big league liader this
Varsity played heads up ball. year in the matter of landing new
Spartans Display Strength. men.
The Spartans were strong as usu--
al and it was no fault of the crew NEW YORK GIANTS
that Coach Ben Vanalstyne brought
down from East Lansing that the ILL MEET I ISH
Maize and Blue was able to break
through. Daniels played a stellar Fr dic's C to Face Notre
game at center where he gained
the high scoring honors and looked _
exceptonaly good on defense by ( v Associated Pres)
not allwing his man to break NEW YORK, Dec. 13.-The dif-
through once. The Spartan center ference between professional and
Boeskool had the advantage of intercollegiate football, if a n y,
height but the tipoffs were about should be strikingly demonstrated
even. tomorrow when Knute Rockne's
The Spartan drew first blood Notre Dame all-stars clash with the
when Grove ade a free toss good, New York Giants of the national
but Daniels brought the Wolves to professional football league.
the lead with a short shot and Rockne has gathered together an
Shaw increased the lead by sinking imposing array of talent including
two free throws. Then the game three stars of his 1930 machine,
'settled down to a careful guarding Carideo, Brill and O'Connor. Then
match until the Wolves broke loose there will be Law, Moynihan, Can-
on a scoring streak that piled up non, Twomey, Voedisch, Crowley.
an eleven-point lead in the first Hunsinger and a host of other
half. heroes of other great Notre Dame

Tw. .Renew Athletic
n isn Charity Game
K .otbal fans the country over
liad turned their eyes toward the
East and to New York yesterday
aftornoon as the Cadet Gray and
the Navy glue strugiled for su-
:rermacy on the gridiron in the
climaxing contest of the 1930 foot-
ball season. The game was hard
fought and unusually even until
the Army eleven finally flashed out
and took the game, 6-0.
The geme was played for the
sake of eharity and the pre-game
figures estimated that the unem-
ployment fund would kVe enlarged
by some $700,000. The seats sold at
a dollar a yard and the stadium
was pra.ictilly filled, insuring the
success of the game financially.
Beside the charity element of this
game, and of far more importance
in the sport world was the renewal
of athletic relations of the coun-
try's army and naval academies
that have been broken since 1926.
The spirit of rivalry is always at
its peak when these schools clash
and consequently the game yester-
day was marked with unending en-
thusiasm on both sides for the
entire four periods of the tilt.
Cheers and songs were hurled
across the gridiron as fiercely as
the 22 players on the teams threw
themselves into the fray, and
neither team could doubt that it
had a strong contingent behind it
pulling for a win.
This spirit contributed undoubt-
edly to the even battle that the
Army mule and the Navy goat
staged the entire game. For three
quarters the opposing teams push-
ed back and forth on the field,
threatening drives failing short of
scores as neither eleven chalked up
a tally in its favor. Although most
of the play was in Navy's territory
it was in the main limited to that
section of the field between the 50
(Continued on Page 7)

MINIATURE GOLF as lc_-c: A loving cup will go
~o the winner and special prizes
The qualifying round of the w be n r 1ev qualifying
miniature golf tournamen ndsr ai
the direction of the .ntramural de- --
partment will get under way with
qualifying rouncds being -held Men-!
day, Tuesday, and Wednesday of Swimming-Theta Xi vs. Phi
next week from 4 to 11 - clock at Kappa Psi; Chi Phi vs. Delta Kap-
the Bob-O-Link indoc } se on jn Lon ^:Dt
Huron St. ' s:. n at 7:30. DetaSigma
Out of every 100 entries, 32 will Delta vs. Phi Sigma Delta at 8:30.
qualify. Special rates have been Wate Pol-Alpha Kappa Lamb-
granted for the tournament of 20 da vs. Delta Tau Delta at 8:30.
cents for every round. The CLalify- Volley Ball -- Phi Beta Delta-
ing rounds will be 18 holes medal Alpha Phi Delta; Alpha Kappa
play, while the matches will be 13Lambda-AlphaOmega-;Buckeyes-
holes match play with the excep-
tion of the finals and semi-finals Actuaries at 7:30. Michiganders-
which will be 36 holes. Falcons; Fletcher hall - Chinese
The match play will get under Students; Theta Chi-Alpha Chi
way the first week after the Chr,,t- Rho at 8:30.

Loving-cups will be awarded to
the winners in each weight-class
of the All-Campus wrestling meet
to be held on Tuesday, Wednesday,
and Thursday, Dec. 16-13. Coach
Keen of Ue Varsity wr:stling team
annuced that every man on the
campus will be eligible to entir this
meet by weighing-in tomorrow at-
ternoon in Waterman gym or the
Intramural building.
A large number of entries are ex-
1octcd because of the value of the
first prizes. The other awards have
not been decided upon as yet but

are expected to be similar to those
given in other Intramural sports.
Letter-men, members of the Var-
sity and Co ches Keen and Dona-
hue will cfficiate, Coach Keen an-
nounced. All entries will be classed
according to the weight registered
Monday flernoon
The ntches will take place in
the wrestling room of the Intra-
mural Sports buldng on Tuesday,
Wednesday, and Thursday of this
week. All maLhes will be to a de-
cision and the winners will be de-
cided by elimination.

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Wolves Score in First Half.-
Eveland made two short shots
and Weiss also came through with
a couple of field goals, while Daniels
scored from close in and then fol-
lowed it with the longest shot of
the game. The Green and White
came through with only one field
goal by Pinneo and made the rest
of their counters on free throws.
(Continued on Page 7)
Michigan G. F. T.
Eveland (rf) ............3 0 6
Hudson (rf) .............0 0 0
Weiss (If)..............2 2 6
Daniels (c) ..............5 1 11
Ricketts (c)..............0 0 0
Garner (c) ....._.._.....f..... 0 2
Altenhoff (rg);.. ...:0l2 R
Shaw (lg) ............«.... 4
Downing (Capt., lg) .....0 0 0
Williamson (lg) .........0 0 0
13 6 32
Pinneo ti) ..............4 2 10
Wykes (ri ..............0 0 0
Grove (lg) ..............1 3 5
Bernard (lf) ............1 0 21
Boeskool (c) ............0 0 0'
MeCaslin (c)..............0 0 ol
Haga (Act. Capt., rg).....0 0 0
Vondette (rg)...........0 0 0
Scott (lg)...............2 1 5E
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To oppose this group of Xil-stars
in name and fact the Giants will
pit one of the finest pro outfits in
the country. Benny Friedman, old
Michigan quarterback, is the main-
spring of the Giant attack.

We have just c1earred
St a 1 eclu s iv e mseooth
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