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WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1930
Varsit l
IT
Coaches Put 1ist String Team
Through Hard Drills
-; CX sh Nears.
BOTH TEAMS IN ONCE
With the comingii gm w . ith the
Pennsylvania court s ud in view.
Coach Cappon made the Wolveina
basketball men go through a long
drill on offensive tCL o iron out
the weaknesses and ;e more ac-
customed to takin m the 'oa!' throrn
a deensY" e i ,:- I4" :: a :" - Unmo Q-ir
sco:res. Tl XPtoy LW tr
mcn sa !itti rest yen::rda y r..
ternoon during; their workout un-
der Cappon's watchful eye, but the
results obtained offset that.
The Michigan team is faced with
the deciding game of a series of
three with Pennslvania, and each
team has one victory now. This
element alone will add impetus to
the game Saturday nigh , but the
coaches are takin no chances on
allowing imperh e n io;toremain
in the pas in ;' and shifting' that
goes so far to making points.
Workvin O1m'ense.
The afternoon's drill on the of-
fense tactics took several forms.
The men were worked in groups
of three for some time, shifting so
that each man had a chance to
brush up on both sides of the game.
Then two entire Squads were used
f o r a semi-skeleton . scrimmage
featuring the advance into scoring
territory. The regular Varsity line-
up of Altenhof and Shaw, guards,
Daniels, center, Eveland and Weiss,
forwards, worked against a white
combination of Ricnetts, center,
Hudson a n d Manuel, forwards,
Downing and Tessmer, guards.
The "Blue" squad tried their var-
ious plays against the opposition
and succeeded quite well in making;
the "Whites" look weak on the de-
fensive as they broke through with
a myriad of passes and shifts until
they dropped the ball through the
meshes. The nature of the drill
was such that the second string
men were not given the ball, so
their handiwork was unseen.
Guarding Good.
Altenhof and Shaw exhibited
some clear headwork at times, and
Daniels saved the ball from cap-
ture by the defense several times.
by smooth shifting, while Weiss
added some interest to the scrim-
mage by missing easy shots and
sinking difficult backhand ones.
The same teams were finally put
through an actual scrimmage that
was not exceptional and even in
showing as well as points. The'
White defense tightened up con-
siderably and they did some tricks
of their own when they had the
ball in possession to net themselves
half of the tallies registered. The
regulars on the other hand did not
let down but continued the plays
that Cappon had shortly before
been hammering into them.
Scrimmage is Lengthy.
Weiss dropped a couple fast shots
and Altenhof lofted a pretty one
for another basket. Hudson and
Downing did most of the scoring
for the Whites, the latter sinking
three fouls donated by Weiss. The
strain of the workout was not help-
ing them any by now so the play
was not up to their best efforts.

The scrimmage Masted only fifteen
min'utes before the coach called a,
halt.
The skeleton and the actual
scrimmages revealed that the Wol-
verines are getting more sure of
themselves when they have the ball
in possession and their proficiency
in holding the spheroid until it is
dropped for the points is one of
the factors that will make up for
the lack of height and experience
this year. The practice periods are
being all spent in the perfection of
that part of the court game and
the results exhibited so far in their
games is expected to give confer-
ence opposition tough contests with
Michigan.
Gordon Slade, Brooklyn rookie,
this season hit a home run his first
time at bat in a major league
game.
Jimmy Zinn, pitcher for San
Francisco in the Pacific Coastl
league, recently hurled a no hit
game.

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HOOSIER HARRIERS UNBEATN IN THREE YEARS

NOTICE

ACTE II flWolver'ne Gridders
IgI Pp ay Proficiencies
T E 11 ASiuE
P per i thrA thletics
19 'NI (0 LC,m;_,,med From Page 6)

Wheeler, Michigan Beck t
With AEhStar lEeven
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eatr de haieno It" I.a>
:swho wviii joi n10" . "
Shrine benetit gae aPaa
cisco, December 27,

t . Keen also has a group
ac "B" team many of whom
eosiders flrst class prospects.
'hese are Frisk, Parker,

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f 2 f Coach Andy Ker C
s tcharge of the Atlantic t
roup, had 12 men v h
j1Dick Hanley, of Nortw
'k10 linedu n tday. T
backs are: Hart and eu , 1
gate; Gardner, Villano P
Brown, a n d Baker, p '
For the 6hrd c ,nseutive year the fndiana varsy runners captured the Big Ten cross-country chai- Lineen are Vincent ad_
. .otd JameClifford atsonDonald Neeseodney Yale; Doyle, Colgate: Bates, West
p20nship by rnmg allof their mets. Left to right: Floyd James, Clfford Watson, Donald Neese, IRodney ern Maryland; Rosenzweig, C arac-
Leas, captain; Robert Kemp, Henry Brooksmith, and W esley Shonkwiler. gie Tech, and Siano, Fordhanr.
Mid'vestern backs name[ a
Wheelar, Michigan; 81Lude . Kor[h-
____L b Lwestern, and Brockmeyer, Mianneso
r'= a n~minr D Baker, Northwestern; Gantenboin
and Lubratovich, Wisconsin; Ely,
Iowa; Selby, Ohio State, ani Van
Bibber, Purdue.
MINIATURE GOLF. it out in one of the semi-final Lb
The Intramural Sports depart- games, while in the other Phi Kap- Lack of Profitable Crowds Given Preliminary Bouts
ment'.s miniature golf tournament pa Psi will meet the winner of the as Reason for Proposed f i h.
has already got underway with the contest between Theta Chi and Nu Fished Yesterday
last date for the qualifying rounds Sigma Nu. sb;. in Mat Tournament,
fnrnerni I-i T~bv~ _T vnl nn -v n, '--

U' '>@- " riLe ise Pnidbin
a y ) : ± ' r ' s b u t
'a' e'u-tliv Eill Ixwtt, .'ta:
c- he beginning of
. <3 'tar. There is also
2Ia will go
(i oie sqad from the
V o"rbo periormed so
nCiach ItipkC this
! . tp d r anything
c port either for
!ea !_in the near fu-
't 1i C, i. ci whch he has snrowin
r' a~a~nc'rof the football
inn a ar deice t take a tem-
noe 1 rf a'" o, from ra1iactive co.a-
pcion unl the spring schedule
of iv - rlis around, at which
time C:Iay Fisher is expecting
a n , e out for his base-
BOXERS TO HAVE
FRE&HMAN MEET
, (Continued From Page 6)
The Sophomores have more di-
visions filled than any class. They
have men boxing in every weight

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*oday atU' n heo Bo--Linkm course on
East Huron Street. Q u a li f y i n g
rounds can be played from 4 to 11
,p.m. For each one hundred en-
trants the best 32 scorers will quat-
ify and be permitted to participate
in an elimination bracket.
The qualifyin rounet will consist
of medal play, while the elimina-
tion tournament will be match play.
In the elimination rounds a match
will consist of 18 holes or as many
as necessary to break a tie. The
semi-final and final matches will
be 36 holes or as many as necessary
to decide the match.
The winner wih: receive an in-
dividual trophy cup, while the run-a
ner-up will be given an intramuralt
medal. To the low scorer of each'
day of the qualifying round and
to the one making the most aces
during each of these days, special,
awards will be given.F
FRATERNITY HANDBALL.
Phi Lambda Kappa and Phi Beta
Delta have advanced to the semi-
finals in the fraternity handball'
tournament, while K a p p a N u,
Theta Chi, Alpha Kappa Lambda,
and Phi Beta Pi are in the quatter-(
finals.
FRATERNITY SWlMMING.
Out of the 39 teams that entered
the swimming tournament P h i
Kappa Psi, Chi Phi, Alpha Kappa
Lambda, and Delta Sigma Delta
have advanced to the semi-finals.{
FRATERNITY WATER POLO. 1
In water polo Alpha Kappa Lamb-t
da and Phi Sigma Delta will fight.
PUCKS TERS FACE

ALL-CAMPUS HANDBALL.

The all-campus handball tourney
has advanced to the quarter-finals,
with matches to be played between
Cohen and Lanning, Jones and
Walker, lriedman and Husband,
and Goodman and Phelps. Seventy-
seven men have taken part in thisl
tournament.
ALL-CAMPUS SQUASIT.
In the squash tourney Dusenbury,
H i n c h m a n, and Johnson have
reached the semi-finals, with Nel-
son and Wilson battling ^i out for
the other place hi the semi-final
competition.
FRATERNITY VOLLEYBALL.
The championship play-offs in
the fraternity volleyball tourna-
ment are well underway with sev-
eral of the first rounds having al-
ready taken place. The winners in
the first round matches played so
far are Theta Cvii, Alpha Kappa
Lambda, Phi Beta Delta, and Phi
Kappa.
L.e - Ka4oC'
Michigan's B team c ars 'at
night d e f e a t e d Western Sta
Teachers' college quintet, 19 t ,
mn a game at Kaianazoo. Th; ga
was close all the way thro-gn, he
Wlverhine scuad suring aheD -
ly hr the last seven or eight ut --

(O lAssociated Press)
CHICAGO, Dec. 15.-The Tribune
tonight said the American profes- I
sional basketball league will dis-
band after this week's schedule hasI
been played. Lack of profitable
crowds was given as the reason.
George Halas, one of the princi-I
pal stockholders in the Bruins, the
Chicago representative in the cir-l
cuit, has refused to comment on
reports that the league would break
ap, but the Tribune says that none
of the Bruin players are now under
contract.I
Reports that the league would
be disbanded started when the'
Cl e v e l a n d Rosenblums, 1928-30
champions, relinquished their fran-
chise 10 days ago, because of lack
of patronage. The Tribune says
3 that Fort Wayne, Ind., also is a-
bout to withdraw. Other mem-
bers of the league are Toledo,
Rochester, N. Y.; Paterson, N. J.,l
and Brooklyn.
FORT WAYNE, Ind., Dec. 16.-
Clarence L. Atler, manager of the
Fort Wayne professional basket-
ball team, said today his team had
no intention of withdrawing from
the American League as long as it
exists. He was asked about the pos-
sibility of a break-up of the organi-
zation following the recent with-
drawal of Cleveland.
Pro. Cage League Standings.
W. L. Pct.
Brooklyn .. ....... 6 2 .750
Ft. Wayne ...........10 4 .714
Paterson .............7 8 .467
Roehest('r ........... 5~ 7 .417
K ncajo ............. 4 6 .400
Toledo...............5 10 .333
Red Barron, former Georgia Tech
halfback, has been bought - from
the Boston Braves by Atlanta of
the Southern Association. He play-
ed with Providence last year.

except f1yweIht and the unlimited
(Continued From Page () departnts. The Juniors have
fall from Morhoff in 2:08. men box"ing in all divisions except
Kay drew a bye in the 157- ilyweigh-it, bantamweight, feather-
pound class and Parker made short weight, and iightheavyweight. The
work of his bout when he beat Seniors need men in the flyweight,
Siragusa by a fall in 1b:04. Heim a n t a ra e i g h t, featherweight,
beat Gordan by a fail in 4:05 and ligtit ght middleweight, and the
Power won his bout when he pinned lightheavy division.
Brown. Coach Philbin strongly urged that
Reif drew a bye in the 167-pound all men who hoped to take part in
division and Routson took a fall the class boxing meets, should im-
from Doherty after 4:40 of fast'rnedia ely sign-up and start train-
grappling, thus the final will be ;'. He pointed out that there is
between he and Reif. There was tne or two workouts before the
only one bout in the 1'77-pound holidays and those would serve to
class when Frisk took a fall from acquaint the beginners with the
Tyler right from the standing posm udimets of the sport. With the
Tylrrgte open mnets three weeks after
tdon.cs the return to school those men who
The unlimited class sa some of start ther training before vaca-
the best action of the day wvhen tion will have a decided advantage.'
SJordan rashed through for twO Boxers are working out on Mon-
falls, one over lt'ushmier In. 2:45 day, Wednesday, Friday, and Sat-
and thy:: other in 1:55 when he urday afternoons from 3 to 6 o'clock.
pinned Fay with a figure four ses- Other workouts are being held
sors and an arm lock, Tuesdays and Thursday evenings.

LOST

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CHA THAMTEA2M1
Langen Is Declared Ineligible; ha
Defense Weakened.
(Continued From Page 6)
is also far better than the average
college hockey player, and together
with Crossman and the veteran
wing, Tommy Courts, helps to fo'nm
one of the hardest skating forward
lines that has ever carried the
Michigan colors. Jack Tompkins,
goalie of last year's sextet, who
suffered a badly cut face in the
Western Ontario clash, will be bask
at his regular post in front of the!
nets. He played the entire game
last week and in spite of the pain-
ful wound turned back many hard
!Ontario shots.
From the size of the crowd that
viewed the opener and the interest
shown in the first appearance of'
the Michigan team, it appears tLa
hockey at last has conre into its
own at the University. The fastest1
of all sports, it is almost sure to
attract crowds throughout the year
at the Coliseum rink. Due to the'
limited seating capacity of the Col-
iseum, hovever, it will be to the
fans' advantage to get to the games
early.I

s of play. Petrie, Cox and w-
mson starred. The score at -e
if was Michigan 7. Kalanaazz,

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be a welcome addition to any man's wardrobe.
AnotherlGaveIP
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he Last Gave Ties
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LOST-Oxford gray doube-breasted
Chinchilla overcoat at Alpha
Delta Phi house, Saturday night.
Call 6317.
LOST in the League, green fountain
pen and pencil with name Mar-
jorie E. Rough on them. Please
return to desk at League. 12
STOLEN
STOLEN-The newspaper boxes in
front of the Union. These boxes
are run by the two Bills, familiar
newspaper venders on the Cam-
pus. The return of the boxes will
be appreciated. 1234

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