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December 16, 1930 - Image 6

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Michigan',s 1' basket'Lb_.il team
vw :? inausuorate i1a 1930-31 seasion
tonight with its initial game at Kal-
arnavoc College. Folowin g a nett
plan this year the cag'ers who w l' I
play on the Junior Varsity will nog.
p.ractice as a sepalrate squad, but
wil be chosen fromn the VarsitP'
squad shortly before each game.r
Fcr tonight's affair at Kalama-
zoo Coach Courtright will prob-
ably choose his starting lineuPd from
a squad of nine men including,
Baldwin, MeDonald, and Petrie,
forwards; O'Neill, Root, Bremcn,
and Cox, guards; Ricketts and Gar-
ner, enter. Two of these men,
Ricketts and Garner, S: w service
on the Varsity against the lVichi-,
gan State quintet last Saturday
Team To Be Varsity.


inc p~tigSta.h s .
sardl~n ftcm ~o t~et §",ce
r-akesirsafrmo fI
10 frst Clowns reg?"istetred by the
iigan team.
Dahlvera was aniotae of oiensut-e
f or. the y_ 4{ )v , no Lea .. V-
z.. myerold tho L! r '..Jd=1anti a
tackle broughtlit :he crowdc ltothe ir
feet many ~n: ain thc vai c etc-I
Cation of his getting away.
Ypsi made their touchdowns by
intercepting two passes. Wills
backed up to throw ?a long palss (1:
Orwi' and three Ypsi lninen
rushed him and interented his !
pass. lea ch Ypsi mzan had his han ds
on the hail at one time and finally
Shoemaker tooks the bail over thze1
goal line. The second touchdown for t
the Ypsi team came as Wheeler 'l
threw a lateral pass to Gregory, theu
Ypsi end, when he mistook his redt
jersey for a teammate wvho was also If
wearing a red jersey.v
Michigan's lone touchdown came I
as Gembis plunged to the 10-yardjt
line. Dahlem went around end f'orj
nine yards and then Gembis plumg-y
ed over carrying three opp onento
linemen on his back. t
Wheeler's Puints Perfect.
Dahlem intercepted three passese
and Wheeler one, but Michigan
could not score after any of theseIo
breaks. Wheeler's punting was spec-o
tacular and well-placed as Stzites,,t
Ypsi's qunarterback was unable to r
run any of them back for material(i
iWith Bovard at center, poe and
Steinke at, guards, and Edwardst
'and Poorman at tackles, the "Ypsis
Ioffense gained no grouind thror,;
the lire. They roade. only one fir:t

0'~ o thanwee-nd CAoh meet
an Clev;land, l clretey mc lt1
5ft I.. Ku>. Whle in the state ,of

In all probability the five men
who will start the game will be
O'Neill and Root at guards, Rick-
etts at center, and Baldwin, Mc-
Donald, or Petrie, at the forward
posts. In the event that any of
these men show up well enough
they may be placed more or less

Ali' sCaip i-a s 4; _sla
Entrants f o rKAll -Clmpus

This sextet 1011 u

permanently on the Varsity squad ri~h: arie c~f
at first string substiitutes. rgh:Muie ed
The Kalamazoo five had a sue- cne;JmsPtr
cessful season last year and down- -_______
er. the Wolverine Juniors in one SEVE AL
game. In spite of the fact that the
majority of lettermen have return-
ed to the Kalamazoo squad this.
year, Coach Courtright is looking
to a victory for the Maize and Blue Snetesgigo
due to the high calibre of basket- inc Je thDugning of
eers playing as Varsity substitutes. an o ua yt
Kazoo Lost To Irish.I ers and of Cy Perkin.
In a pre-season contest with the York Yankees little h,,
Notre Dame 'Bi' team Kalamazoo in a trading way in th
turned in a good exhibition of1 although several de,
basketb~alonly to get beat, 25=15; American league club,
by the, IrishJuniors. Michigan's fire.
(Continued on Page 7) At least three clubs
---- - -services of WillieI
In Luque and Lopez, Brooklyn has baseman of the Chica
the only Latin-Ainerierzn battery in The Detroit Tig;e.s
the big le.ues. Luque is a Cubanf outfielder l as Fiunki
and Lopez a product of the Span- eran, while Cleveland
ish-American colony at Tampa, Fla. to part with Lew Fors
s t S

Associatea Prcess I,,
uphold the honors of the Univers :ty eo_ Pennsylvania, en the basketball courts this sea-
ted to be one of the toughest ere 4, that will meet the Michigan ball tossers. Left to
ff, guard; Howard gale, forward; Fred Uilrich, forward; Leonard T1:anseet, guard and
on, guard and center, and Harold Sander, forward.
(1v Assat' /edPes
fWally SchangI years at o won the ba tting chain- i NEW YORK, Dec. li. - fter a
2c Detroit Tig- npionship of the junior circuit. Des- series of results last week that up-
s yte e on' lo fe lxmIu h I set the calculations of the first
s bytheNewI in i alo aterKrarnbutthethree weeks of play, the clubs of
Zas been doing !best; they can offer is second base-: the National hockey league are
he big leagues, man Bill Reg;an.E locked closer than ever in their
eals involving Carl Reynolds, Chicago outfielder, race for the top places in the stand-
)are hangingI is heing sought by the Washington g h ruuatMnra a
nadiens and the battered Philadel-
sare after the Senator s; who arc reportedi willing 1 phia Qu;aker f arxe the only teams
Kaman, thir'd to pgiv e ciftchcr Hu~i"Iadley andi whose poe annot be changed in
ego White Sox. cjther Jloe K11hel or Bu-'dy Myor in igte
have offered in ex'clht n;,e f hint. Detroit r'-iuT ; Cnadi xss who tooks closeI
Sfor the vet- Clevela nd, however, c,"e both mak- games' emToronto and Ottawal
would be glad ing -cv :rtug cs for fladiley, and ma y;before the-y '02 'e -Jieckf~ed by the
xseca who two land ? ri. e- n (ontin)tud oh Page 7r

ls .u clasedcs'uafrom the 'day ,afternoon in e'm- «rable ui-
lea-y odu'i:asito z, " hers.. With more t : . :mdred
to2.entr-ies ~in all the meet' w111. Lurpaks
CTSS. te Wl ,C4L 1ta'..11.wi tncess arel a f nyt .hing of it,, yp;et he at
p'vicoa o y adafter the holy- Mcia. iie nly. rspc
h t'-will 4 xa r;tct nsive pre- I to Varsity grples tere at
atilln for the^openng C,., i the cdual traction this ;i-,ent evidces m >31ay
al~e seon -iL tho Chicago Athr- be partly due to the exceptional a-
; :t , assc;irion - January 24. ;wards to be made this year, a byv-
- _ --_------l-ing cup for the wnnrof each
Evg iw'aht cl ass and t u al Instra-
, , rRt j K r imural award 'c~'the r:unn<e-n
- The preliminary beouts w ill strt
e a 69 ( today in the wrestling room of the
Intramural Sports Biulding and will
k! 4 , }continue tomorrow and Thursday.
The first matches will run seven
minutes apiece and the finals are
Se-n -,TOO Young5- to Show BestI booked at ten. Usin,1' the Pagnald-
F ci 's As W. nne- s Drill Wilde Drawing nytm the meet
Seso Oenr.will start without delay anda
lot.,.tao pnr great deal of interest is expected in
-- - view of the entrants.
EGGL1ESTON TO!-2S FIELD 'Many F~reshmen Entered.
The freshman entrants number
Three weeks of fairly intensive( about 26 in all and there are at
pre-season training for the indoor least three of this number that will
track season which will open here contribute weight to the general
in February was climaxed last Sat- card. In the 128 pound classy VTlin
urday afternoon by a series of time and Marlow look exceptionally good
trials in the track events at the and will give the men. of the upper
field house. Only mediocre times classes tough opposition. Mosher is
were turned in as a result of earli- ( outstanding in the 145 class and
ness of the season, with the excep-I has a good chance of copping the
tion of the hurdle event in which division. Clark and Morhof are the
Hawley Eggleston stepped the 65- other better men of the freshmen
yard uprights in 8.5 seconds, one entrants in this class.
of the best times ever turned in at Landram and Kasberg are the
the field house, best of the 115 wrestlers, w h i 1 e
Couch Chuck Hoyt has not push- I Freedman, Kasabach, and Harrod
ed the candidates for the Varsity stand out in the 135 division. The
squad very hard as yet, but has 155 pound class has no entrants
only the training and conditioning late yesterday but Dougherty looks
of the men. This week only desul- good in the 165'x. Carpenter seems
tory turnouts will be in order, with the best 175 man and O'Bryan has
no organized practice sessions. the odds in the heavyweight class.
rom now till after the holiday The yearlings as a whole will put
layoff the field house will present up a good fight but the best bets
a rather idle aspect compared to in their class seem to be Mosier,
the past fewr weeks of activity as Valin, and Harlow.
iar as the thinclads are concerned. Sigwart, Young'man, and Mala-
ii d i' ee Resumed After Holi1days. witz have been showing best in the
'ih.S far very little activity has 118 pound event in the other class-
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