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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1930

THE MICHIGAN

DAILY

PAGE SEVEN

TH-E-MICHIGAN DA--LY

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LOV U~UL~ AW~JMICHIG
TO FAI
Strong Eas
Tnu ITL - 101L EHS Field R
Parker Bests Powers in Feature (Contin
Bout of Card; Mosier nents thiS y
Forced to Retire. Eveland at f
mentor hasu
Winding up the A11-C ainp u s know how t
wrestling meet last night in a string at center is
of final matches that were the h
head-liners of the season to date pcs.,he has
the grapplers decided the honors in year in the s
six different weight classes. Silver hof and Shav
cups will be awarded to the win- who can' ch
ners and the men that lost in the to drop the1
last round will receive the medal With Capta
.awards. and Petrie ii
Opening the meet was the bout ker should i
between Parker and Powers in the his substitutE
155-pound class. This was the f-a- Michigan
tore battle of the evening, with brand of opp
Parker holding the advantage most ersnthan Ka
of the time, but never in a posi- State furn isl
tion for a fall. Powers exhibited at center for
so me fine switches and counters probably get
while Parker maintained a five- the contest.
minute time decision which gave rienced man,
hirm the meet and the title, team which
Cortez Throws Valin. the advanta
Next on the program, Cortez and center, but
Valin fought for the honors in the as Sander wi
128 division. Both men were on,
the mat for a scrap and the ad-'
vantage was even until Cortez made All-Star
a fast switch that brought him out Drills
on top and following up his lead he
pinned Valin two minutes after the (Contin
fight had started. The larges
Wilson and Mosier at 145 had the ders will arr
next place on the card and from soon under t
the opening the bout was on even Dana X. fib
terms. Going down to the mat with grcup of 101
Wilson on top Mosier tried to sit Big Six andt
out and Wilson brought his legs up I ferences.
for a scissors hold and sprained
Mosier's leg so badly that he could Crimson
not go on.
Otto won the 135-pound classic
from Horner by a fall after five
minutes of strong grappling. Horn-
er was on the defensive most of . (Contin
the meet, but he succeeded in tying game of the
Otto up most of the time and staved past few pra
off the fall until the bout was half been drilling
over. fullback, in
Sigwart Wins. pigskin with
Sigwart gained a time decision method ofc
over Youngman of 8:15 after spend- forward wall
ing most of the time in a ride. The vious to the
bout was close and in the last 30 backs.
seconds Sigwart almost managed a The team
fall, but Youngman hugged the been using i
canvas and went the whole route. includes: M
The 175-pound division bout be- Sing'on and
tween Frisk and Brockinier was the frey and Sa
final match on the card. Brock- center; Tu
mier took the match with a time and Campbe
decision of better than six minutes kin at full. '
after a tough battle to gain the ad- be held enr
vantage and hold it. destination,i

Wrestling,

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Call 3759. 234
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AN CAGERS GRANTLAND RICE CHOOSES OFFICIAL
CE QUAKERS 1930 ALL-AMERICAN GRIDIRON TE A

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year. With Weiss and
orwards the Wolverine
a pair of fast men who
o shoot. While Daniels
a bit short for that
been conspicuous all
coring columns. Alten-
w are both good guards
arge up the floor fast'
ball through the hoop.
mz Downing, Ricketts,
n reserve, Coach Veen-
have little worry about
;es.
can expect a harder
osition from the Quak-
alamazoo or Michigan
[ted, and with Sander
the invaders they will
Sthe jump throughout'
Sander is a tall, expe-
iand in fast play, the j
gets the jump will holdI
ge. Daniels is a good
atgainst a man as taill
ll be at a disadvantage.
Coast Eleven
for Easterners
ued From Page 6)
t detachment of grid-
ive in San Francisco
he leadership of Coach
le. He has collected a
men selected from the
the Southwestern Con-
Tide Begins
Western Trip

(Continued From Page 6)
oth a close battle. Both of the
men named have starred in their
forward walls all year, Koch being
especially remembered for his bril-
liant play against Purdue. Despite
a weak team to support him Beck-
ett proved himself far superior to
any other guard on the Pacific
Coast.
From the Mid-West Munn of ,
Minnesota, Metzger of Notre Dame,
and Woodworth of Northwestern
were cited as being outstanding
guards. Two men stood out in the
race for the center position, Tick-
nor of Harvard and Melvin Hein of
Washington State, and they were
closely followed by Siano of Ford-
ham and Roberts of Tulane. Tick-
nor was the work-horse of the Har-
vard line making the majority of
the tackles in addition to capably
carrying out the other duties of a
center, and Rice finally picked him
over the Northwest's star pivot
man. Morrison of Michigan was
accorded honorable mention.
Although Frank Carideo of Notre
Dame was in many respects the
most brilliant quarterback of the
year, he was equaled and in some

ways surpassed by the South's pre K cs [o i e arvard
mier field general, Bobby Dod c.
Tennessee, and Rice comprom>?d
by naming the former for quavIr
and the latter at a halfback p C Prom 2age 9)
Dodd was perhaps the best .- T'i§J>' OtX? ) tet has
in the country, and the rest of L eli' ': d on' (1>1 is
work measured up well. s-ason a m dWoh as
Carideo's steady handling of Li - -e n h Cleum ice,
men through a long and diffict a; Mi a h d repxeat is per-
schedule also necessitated his be- r n n t n meeting in-
ing- chosen. To round out the back- asm-.c as Chatham, who fell be-
field quartet Pinckert of Southern
California and Macaluso of Col ad E , aso nlihdf the W isern
were named. Pinckert, while a fi e I.
ball-carrier, showed his best ci- ni-__ A-g cs have ano ther
forts when blocking and tacki i,, ful teHm one of the best in
and Macaluso in addition to being,- -<a7) ' i7) ( , and they promise
a driving line-smasher, was ade t give t loca skaters a real bat-
with the forward pass and an c 1Cw they meet on Dec. 5.
cellent punter. Brill and Schw:, Cio an, s or conter of the
Cf Notre Dame, Russell of Noirt- 7 ga hockey team, who was
western, and Wheeler of Michigan h i in Thursday's conic with
were the star backs of the Middle- Chatham, wa discharged yesterday
West. from the University hospital after,
Due to the slight measure of a-en cxariton in which it was
bility which separated them from reported that he had received no
the men named on the All-Amer- serious injuries as a result of his
can team Hein of Washington mishap. The sophomore star will
State and Orville Mohler of South- p' obly start at center, with Reid'
ern California were picked as ut7i- and Courtis flanking him at the
ity playeri. 'two wing positions.

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LOST--Black looseleaf notebook in
Union: finder please return; re-
ward. Othcrwise owner will flunk
school. Vaughn, 518 Monroe.
SMALL GREEN PURSE lost be-
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Call 2-3281. Room 444. Doris
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Alabama outfit in the
actice sessions and has
g Johnny Cain, stellar
the art of hurling the
the idea of using this
offense if the Cougar
! should be too imper-
drives of the Crimson
which Coach Wade has
n the practice sessions
:ore and Smith, ends;
Clement, tackles; God-
nford, guards; Sharpe,
cker, quarter; Suther
ll, halfbacks; and Boy-
No practice sessions will
oute to the Pasadena
it was announced.

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