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THE, MICHIGAN

DATE

PP.TnAY. DECEMBER 19. 1930

TI-IF MICRICAN DAILY

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Wolverine Five to Face Quaker Quintet Tomc

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VEEENKR TO START
1RST STRINC MEN
Powerful Pennsylvania Cagers
to Play Third Hard Game
in Succession.

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By Joe Russell
Entertaining no illusions as t
the strength of the veteran Penn-
sylvania quintet which will invad
Yost Field House to battle the Wol-
verines tomorrow night, C o a c 1-
Veenker will put his strongest line-
up on the floor. The Quakers have
a letterman for every one of the
five positions on the team, and wil]
have three more letter-winners sit-
ting on the bench ready to rush
into the fray should the going get
too tough.
Lose One Man.
Of course, since the invaders will
have played two hard games both
last night and tonight against Wis-
consin and Notre Dame, they will
not be any too fresh but even after
this hard test they will be powerful
enough to furnish keen opposition
for any group of basket tossers.
From the team of last year which
finished second in the Eastern col-
legiate league to Columbia, the
Quakers have lost only Broadbect,
star center, while the rest of that
great team is again pounding the
indoor courts for the Red and Blue.
Michigan will hold the distinct
advantage of playing on its own
stamping ground, without a game
this week to sap the strength of the
regular five and with other factors
at all even this should prove the
balance in the Maize and Blue's
favor. Coach Veenker cannot place
as many veterans on the floor as
can Coach Jourdet, but he can place
fresher men on the floor, and in a
fast and furious 40-minute battle,
the physical condition of the play-
ers will go a long way toward de-
ciding the winner.
Eoast Goed Record.
Pennsylvania, after its great sea-
son last year, has started off this
season's schedule in the same style.
Two out of three games were
chalked up in the win column be-
fore they started their western
jaunt, and in these set-to's they
showed a short pass and no drib-
bling attack which may prove baf-
fling to their middle western oppo-
nents. Michigan has won two games
out of as many starts so far, and
has far exceeded the f o n d e s t
dreams of the hmost radical support-
er in the form the Varsity has dis-
played. With three new men in the
first string line-up and two letter-
men, one of whom was a regular
last season, Coach Veenker has
built up a machine which atones
for what they lack in height by
their speed and clevernes; with the
ball.
Coach Veenker is not depnding
so much on a tight defense this
season as he has in years past when
he had a whole team of six-footers,
but the fast attack he has perfected
will roil up enough points to cause
a lot of worry for Michigan's oppo-
(Continued on Page 7)
PROBABLE LINE-UPS
Michigan Pennsylvania
Weiss..........RF........ Ullrich
Eveland .......LF....... Peterson
Daniels,........C......... Sander
Altenhof .......RG........McNiff
Shaw ..........LG....... Tanseer
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The Choice of Champions

Handball and ;a PPDAYBTR EI
C PMAY BE TRADED
SOT[i lE[I hampions ~'e ~U~I
r r Wilson defeated Fincinan in lE SgP
STA.HTE uUA T three straight games yesterday
in the finals of the ahl-campus
iTM esLo squash tournament. Pheis cap--
A labam a Team Beg s Long Trek tured the all-campus handball Ohio csle yan Tilt to Follow
to California to Meet championship as a ar e t of his aennsyvania Game at
Washington State. win over Coheni flFd
match of the toun takin Field House.
nA Crimson Tide will fash out of two straight games by scores ofi 'kt
Aam Crison Tidewill hlasut of21-9 and 21-18. More than 80 Michigan's V a r s it y basketball'
P 1- abama this afternoon on the last mnto udwl e cini w aft(ta
lonl football trek of the season men took part in the handball squad will t e acion in twHogamnes
with its destination the Tourna- tournament, and an aimot eq urmng t Cristmas Hoidays,
bowl at Pasadenanumber participated in squash both games with teams outside of
ent Rosesy-offs. the Western Conference, but both
Califcxnia, where it is to meet the O aggregations of c on si d e r a ble
Washington State eleven in the an- - strcn.--- The two cour squads
nual New Year's Day grid classic- that the Wolverines will have to
A little later tonight, the Cougars, encounter as part of their Christ-1
too, will start for the same destina- mas season are frem the Univer-
tion in the southland in an effort ity of Pennsylvania and Ohio
to become acclimated to the atmos- Iii!Wesleyan. The first quintet p ly
pheric change from the coolness of L here this Saturday night, but the . .
Washington. !latter game is scheduled for Jan- K
Many Stars 2resent. Face uary first. icexCn nus.
Although the contest will not de- Sextet to Face Strong Harvard Practice Continues.
termine a national champion with Club at Buffalo; Keith Practice for the Penn contest will
lam crainty, the winner mayI continue this week on the regular Bob Meusal,
claim honors second only to the Crossman Recovers. schedule of afternoon and night Outfielder on t h e Cincinnati
ligutelutofether onknheeCiofiNotti
1aue. Ncofther rocknmae enhof Note( drills, but this routine will be brok- Red';, who is reported to be on the
ae.a et nd the ar.e will t experience ari of a ni en in the course of the repara- trading block. He was secured last
not ption for the tilt with the men from year from the Yankees.
bring together several luminaries of during the holiday period as cy he Bckeye state. After the game _
national fame, including Elmer will return on the morning of De- tomorrow night with the quintet
"The Great" Schwartz, Mel Hein, cember 27 in order to get in shape from the Keystone state Coach COAST GRID TEAM
and Glen Edwards of the fighting for the annual vacation trip. Three Veenker will give his charges a va-iSTARTS PRACTICE
Cougar squad, and Cain, Suther, games are scheduled before the re- cation until December 26. Start-
Miller, and Sington of the Alabama opening of school.vergthethaizde
Practice sessions will be held each and on tbasketballers will return All-Star Aggregation Prepares
Thus far, the odds in the betting ythe n t Ahr. aar to Ann Arbor and resume their or- for East-West Contest.
seem to favor the representatives of will furnish the fArstor.oHtio dinary workouts under the tute-
the East, with the Coast men thersti lage of Coaches Veenker and Cap- With the all-star Eastern grid-
underdogs mostly due to the cli- .p-o ol pon to get into shape for the clash iron team gathering in prepara-
uneros otl uet tecl- uo JepzPM1Ilps )OVIAAjOAAoul ,th, he.hio'1[ion for the annual classic between
matical opposition which they must rest Coach f owrey will take hi,,ithsthesOhio Wesleyan combina- the East an West, t ee
overcome. Coach O. E. Hollingberry t[corywllsk i ion' the East and West, the cream of
ovroe oc .E oinbrynen to London where they will in the Pacific Coast and Rocky MOun-
up at the Washington institution. stack up against the Universityof Were it not for the coinciding ta aais asting own o
however, hasn't let the contents of Western Ontario in a return match Christmas holidays, which the mmn buines i San Franig Twent-
the dope bucket deter him one bit on January 2. The Michigan .uck who carry the colors for the U. of tw pes representisco. Twenty-
in his ambition to clinch an un- artiss will t t A M. on the basketball court are en- that the West has to offer were
defeated record for his school this Dec. )for a, contest with the On titled to as well as the rest of the a t esta to e r
yea. e ees ostopimstc 10Sgu uc tollege. h sn-tudent body, however, thescoachies " flled out yesterday toa begin prac-
year. He seems most optimistic tario Agricultural college,'tdn.'yhwvr h cahstc frteeet
about the outcome of the game, Harvard, the second ranking team would not feel able to give their "The g the event.
and stated yesterday that the en-Tp in national intercollegiate hcpyeydren a layoff before they meet the csae cr
tire souad was recovering satisfac- circles last year, haseveryhbit as Bishops, as Ohio Wesleyan has al- o ridi yer wid aemble
torily ft om the pummeling of the ood an outfit this season as in t!e way; put good teams in the basket- December 27 to witness their favor-
last few games and would be able p and in adelition to having a ball race. Demsrelars in atown Sever dtach-
+o present their best front of the crackar firston Several detach-
teason with a smooth running of- crack st string sextet th is season Two Regulars Back. ments of gridders are scheduled to
feason with an ssothhrunnin ee pa.rt, has plenty of go The Bishops have but two regu- arrive within the next few days
fense. Hill and Hansen have been deserve material. owery's greatest lags beck this year, necessitating and will participate in a period of
working out at the flanks, and Mor- handicap is his lack of strong sub- the building of an entirely new concentrated drill in an effort to
gan and Wallusis will probably get stitute players, which necessitates combination by Coach Ray Diet- obtain a working combination cap-
a chante use of his first strInr durmg rick. Sophomore candidates have able of subduing the aggregation
wall. practically all of the game, gLvmg not been lacking but the coach has of stars traveling from the eastern
35 Men on Trip. them no time for rest. had trouble in finding the right section of the country.
Coach Wallace Wade will take 35 (Continue([ on Pane 7 n pairing to put in as forwards, (Contimnuemon7n

PICKS VWES FESLER
A9T FLANKP0OITION
Carideo Given Quarterback Post
as Dodd is Shifted to One
Halfback.
Naming at least one man from
every section of the country, Grant-
land Rice yesterday announced the
selection on his All-American foot-
ball team which he picks every
year with the aid of a national ad-
visory board. Ohio State's great
end, Wesley Fesler, was the sole
representative of the Western Con-
ference that was selected, although
several of the Big Ten's outstand-
ing men were given a high rating
by Rice.
Fesler, Dalrymple of Tulane, and
Baker of Northwestern were chosen
by the veteran sports writer as the
three outstanding ends of the year.
Fesler's brilliant all-round play
won him first choice for the honor
team, and the slashing closing drive
exhibited by Dalrymple secured
1 im the position as the Buckeye's
running mate. Conley of Notre
Dame was the only other wingman
from the Middle-West considered
as a candidate.
Fred Sington of Alabama headed
the list of tackles by his flashy
play throughout the season, and
Hugh Rhea of Nebraska was select-
ed for the same post on the other
side of the line. Both of these men
are giants, standing 6 feet, 2 in-
ches and tipping the scales at 215
pounds, and their fiercely aggres-
sive work played a big part in their
teams' success. Purdue's sterling
tackle, Van Bibber, and Lubrato-
vitch of Wisconsin were outstand-
ing in the Western Conference.
Barton Koch of Baylor and Ted
Beckett of California were placed
at the guards with little Bert Metz-
ger of Notre Dame giving them
(Continued on P ige 7)
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Second Floor

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Norm Daniels,
Varsity center who will be pitted
against Sander, veteran Quaker
star, in tomorrow night's game a-
gain~t Pennsylvania.
OVER 200 BOXERS
WORK OUT DAILY
Large Class Trains Under Coach
Let Philbin's Direction.
Despite the fact that boxing is
not an intercollegiate sport here
Coach Let Philbin is directing more
than 200 students through daily
workouts in the sport at the Intra-
mural building, with his efforts
being mainly directed toward de-
veloping material for A. A. U. com-
petition and the 1932 Olympic
Games which are to be held at
Los Angeles.
The absence of a Varsity boxing
team does not give the candidates
any chance for collegiate competi-
tion, and they must confine them-
selves to open amateur competi-
tion to secure the necessary ex-1
perience.

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crimson clad gridders with him on
the Western trip and will be sup-
ported by an entourage of college
officials, including the president,
and professors and student follow-
ers, a true holiday excursion. Wade
has been emphasizing the aerial
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P E N S
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P E N C I L S

Among the large group of boxers
which Philbin is handling there are All
three outstanding men who give
considerable promise of making a
name for themselves in amateur
fistic circles. 314
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