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THURSDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1930
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TET E FRESHMAN CAGERS TO RECEIVE T MAS ATH'
FINAL CUT OF SEASON TONIGHT From Pa,,-6)
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Following the last scrimmage be- admitted that it was about the

fore the vacation this afternoon, kind of play from the freshmen
Veteran Yellow and Green Five Coach Fisher of the Freshman bas- i that he expected.I
Seek Second Cage Triumph ketball team will make his final The yearling squad this year ap-c
cut of the season ri ducing the pears mediocre. Only three playersc
J_ as squad of 25 players to 17 or 13. stood out last night and the restc
.vuaCoach Fisher announced that no were of ordinary capacity. The bestt
The Wolverine Junior Varsity, practices will be held during the offensive guard on the squad is
with one game tucked under its holidays but that the men left on Emanuel Fishman. Fishman cap-
belt, will invade the College of the the squad will be required to keep tained the State Champion North-t
City of Detroit tonight in an effort in good condition. The practice to- ern high school of Detroit last year.
to avenge the 19-16 defeat suffered night will be the third scrimmage In addition to that he was namedc
session and the men that will be On the All-State team last year at
at the hands of the Munies here cut from the squad vil be deter- guard position.1
last season. Acsordiing to Coach1mined in a large extent by their Fishman is an exceptional one-
Courtright a squad n1 nine men will showing then. banded artist under the basket,
make the trip to Detroit, with few Few to be Cat. sinking shots from unnatural posi-
changes being made in the start- The squad at present numlers ti ns with ease. Coach Fisher stated
25 men. Of these 7 or 3 will receive that he was as good a shot with one
ing line-up from that whh onened the final blow as Coach Fisher hand as with two.
the fray against Kalamazoo Col- wields his axe tonight. Most of Ted Petoskey at forward was the
lege Tuesday night.'- these men to go will be guards as best all-around man on the floor,
None of the Wolverines who will the squad contains more guards guarding his man well and he was
face the Green and Yellow team than are called for. the key man on his team's offense.
tonight played for the 'B team The freshman mentor held 'isj etoskey was the mainstay for
last season while Detroit has se- second scrimmage session of Me! Saginaw Eastern high school for
eral veterans from last year's qui- season last night. The suad wa three years in football and basket-
tet who should pernorm well on the divided into three units and then ball. Fred Ratterman played fast
floor and may cause the Michigan played against each of the otheI bail, but with a poor eye for the
Juniors some trouble. But with the teams. A few substitutions were basket at a forward berth.
added impetus given the Wolves by I made in the workout but in most -- -------
their hard earned victory in the cases Coach Fisher's choices re--
opener Coach Courtri;ht is antici- mained throughout the session.
pating a close encounter, although To Give Team Play.
the strength of the opponent is still Fundamentals have been stressed
a matter of conjecture. in the practices, but after the vaca-
Cornell is Star Piayer. I his squad the rudiments of teamn
Sid Cornell is the outatanding his squad the rudiments to team
member of the Detroit cagers and play and hopes to develop his play-
contributed much toward the tri- ers into good basket shooters. t
umph of his teammates last season. present few of the men have found
As high point scorer for the Munies h
he persistently broke through the Play last night was ragged i
Wolverine defense and tallied until lay as nght shrged in
spots as only one unit showed a c-
the two teams were tied, 16-16, at ceptable teamwork. This squad beat
the end of the regular time. In two decisively its first opponent but was
overtime periods the Munies con- Iheld even by its second opponent.
tinued their rush and counted once Dibbiing was poor and the passes
from the f oor and once from the 'were inaccurate but Coach Fisher
foul line to win.
Michigan's lineup, according to
Coach Courtright, will consist of
Garner at center, Petrie and Bald- INTAIRAMITRAL NOTICE
win at forwards, and Williamson Ba
and O'Neill at guards. These men ae wic is o be
are picked from the Varsity squad hdinthe Itaul iSpts
to play the game according to an heldin the Intramural Sports
innovation this season which pro- building tonight (Thursday), the C
ividsatnth seson which prd large and auxiliary gymnasiums
vides that both the "A" and "B" wilntbavlbefoatv-
teams will practice, together. will not be available for activi-
Wolves Strong in Reserves. ties. The wrestling and boxig
In addition the Wolverines have rooms, the squash and handball
several capable reserve men who courts, and the swimming pool
will be available at any time. Man- will be open until five-thirty- I
uel will probably replace Garner be- so that the building can be va-
fore the game is over, with Root cated at six o'clock.
andBremen as substitute guards.
Cox, a wingman on the Varsity- __
grid squad, has been showing con- Blues Defeat Whtes
stant improvement and will be' le D faIW ie
ready to go in for Petrie or Bald- in Scrimmage Session
win at a forward post.
Cox figured prominently in the (Continued From Page 6)
triumph over Kalamazoo and will overhead shot to the rear as he
probably get a chance to prove his came out of a tangle under the
worth again tonight. With the basket. Williamson managed to
count standing 15-13 against the garner in a free throw for the subsb
Jayvees and the end of the game and Daniels added a field goal to
at hand, the tall substitute sent his total as the half ended with the
the ball through the meshes three Varsity in the lead, 11 to 3.
times in succession to bring the When the teams came back on
total to 19 as the final gun sounded, the floor for an abbreviated second
S--half, an entire new team composed
"Oyster Joe" Martina, former of Ricketts, Capt. Downing, Hudson,
Washington pitcher, wh o later Tessmer, and Edwards replaced the
bought his release from the Texas Whites against the Varsity. About
league with a barrel of oysters, is this time the Blues managed to get
pitching for the'Lake Charles, La., up a bit of their usual speed and

tack that resulted in a aall in 3:33.
The 147-pounders put on con-
trasting matches, each won by al
decision of time but one was very;
c 1 o s e while the other was not
doubtful at any time. Mosier and
Williams battled ito a overtne
match as neither 'is n could hold
his opponent long at a tine, andj
the final decision was likewise close,
going to Mosier pe-:hags the most
outstanding of the fl.esihm2en. Wil-I
son won the other pairing from
Shankland.
Powers was given the decision

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Mufflers Woel House Coats
SGloves Lounging Robes
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Underwear
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Fancy Silk Susponders
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