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PACt SIX

THE MICHIGAN

DAILY

TUESDAY, JANUARY 6, 1931

TI-IF. MTC'l-IIC1AN DAILY TUESDAY, JANTJARY 6, 1931

CHAMPIONS INU~c
T 0iO OF VEEHAYO
Untried Wolverine Five Seeks .'.,_ 'I
Revenge for Last Year's
Pair of Defeats. MJia Mentor Believes That

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long. as the Big rTen, which isthe
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dating from 1896. The trouble c?
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Id7IOBLgIE LINE-UPS
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"C' n ito Exists Only its
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Weiss .........F.......... Kellar S e v e r a 1 recommendation~s for
Eveland ....... F........... Eddy solving the college football prob-
Daniele........ C......... Stewart l em, so recently attacked by educ -
Williamson . ... G ........ Wooden tors all over the country, were made
Altenhof ...... G...... Parmenter at a recent New York meeting of
,the National Intercollegiate con-
In a game which may go far in Terence by Dr. Kennedy, president
determining~ Michigan's ultimate of the association.. However, the
place in 1931 Conference cage rank- j problem so recently over-emphasiz-
ings the Wolver-, ed has been met and satisfactorily
ines will play host settled in the great majority of col-
to Purdue tonight legiate conferences, said Fielding
in the Field House ;.H. Yost in an interviewv yesterday.
at 7:30. Although "It is interesting to know," stated
three regulars of Mr. Yost, "that if all the recom-
the Boilermaker : "":" : mendations made by Dr. Kennedy,
team of last year, tIo the National Collegiate Athletic
which was undo- association were adopted that the
feated in Big Ten colleges of America would for the
competition, are most pa rt be accepting principlesl
lost to the squadI many of which have been in effect
Coach Ward Lam- in the Western conferenc'e for
bert has another twenty-five years."
powerful aggre- DANIELS According to Coach Yost there
gation, and quite reasonably ex- really exists no problem in the Big
pects to land near the top. Ten or in any of the other organiz-
Justas he urdu fotbal ed collegiate conferences, although
Jus asthePurue ootallgame ,most of the other conferences have
last fall proved to be the turning I not had the rules in operation as
point in Wolverine gridiron for*-
tunes when CoachPT H R R
......Kipke's men set C ER T R
t.the c haminpions EARLY TRAINING
home smarting T A NI
under an ":.::.''::..:: unex-_ _
. ::; pected defeat, a Pitchers will receive the first
.-*~ victory tonight baseball call from Coach Ray Fish-
would add the er this week, hie announced last
confid ence to the night. Workouts are expected to
Maize and Blue take place in Yost field house andl
:a= attack w h i c h, only the new men are to work in
might carry them ' the first practices. Veme Compton,
through the sea- ace of the 1930 baseball staff, Kieg-'
WEISS son. Michigan is lcr. who was also a starting pitcher,
- green and has one and McNeal, a relief man of last
of the toughest schedules in years season, will be called out later.
to buck, and this' week will prob- Bartholomew, relief pitcher last
ably be the hardest of the season, year, McKay, a sophomore port sid-
with Purdue, last year's title win- I r, Prebrey, and Traverse will be
ners, and Northwestern, favored to among those who are to start lim-
win this year, both carded, boring up this week. Coach Fisher
With this in mind it is easy to stated that he was also looking for
see why a win over the famed! new mraterial.
Boilermakers may influence the Hludson, Daniels, andt Superk')o o
entire season. Michigan by form 1=. t year's infield will return to
showD nii its pre-season gam es has Coach Fisher this spring. Captain}
a potentially powerful teals, but 'Tompkins, goalie on the hocked;
a team yet to be proved against team, will be the onlly veteran to
(Continued on Page 7) return in the outfield.

ent only in those instfituin w a
do not belong to "ny organie
group, and the only reason th a{
these colleges do not become asso-
ciated with a conference is thai
they wish to enjoy a free hand in
managing their athletic teams.
There are very few schools whicl,
are outside of conferences, and
most of these are in the east andI'
New England. These are the col--
leges which have training canps.
long schedules, and games which
carry the teams across the codantry.
At Michigan the members of tin-
athletic teams are allowed to M QI':
only five days of school because of!
athletic contests during an entire
season; post-season games, re~stric-I
tions on the length of the season
anih u b r o a e , admny o h r l m t to~ a e b e egulated by Conference rulings.
The problem of spring pr Ictice
does not exist at Michigan, it is
really just part of the program of
athletics for all as only those men
take part in it that do not parti-
cipate in any other sports; hardly
ever do the Varsity men appear fol.
spring training as they are usuallyj
participating in other sports.
IThus there does not exist at
Michigan this problem of over-er---
phasis, and in all the country the-'
are about a dozen colleges where
the problem actually presents it-
self, and it exists in those places
because they want it to.'
Wolves Played First j
Rose Tournament Tilt
Michigan played Leland Stanford
universitLy in the first TrLn ament
of Roses football game on :Nvewv
Year~s Day 1902, piling up the high-'
est score ever made in this classic,
49 points to their opponents none.
Only fifteen players made the trip
under Coach Yost, eleven playing
the entire game.
LAWRENCE -- Wilbff osil

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and H I-arvard; lT"
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the Wc'vc-n} rin' ntte
Clhri,tmas hl .~ hn c e
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({Q' I ata 0ato ictorlOus
atar I H: hi deeatlagIllinois,
12 I 9 i theina ugural of the
-,.cile~ to two fi^d goals,
17 i K ( I iam wich were scored
'AadpTicd. Clh u c k
17: ~ ;_ ---o hieot-n, scored the
flix imin idthe game, a. foul
gc. a t Avanminutes of the
1cm.~~- 111-,ad linois did not
~. ant ag intil after four min-
( aso "the final frame.

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lMr clmgan"',S Iho'key tearr, winner
cif "w o consecuative games on itsj
honac ice before the holidays, ran
jl a~t rather a.oughl sledding on its
an~nual asterin trip during the va -
enz. -o and retuarned with only a tic
and two defeats to show for its
wo'.Gaines were lost to both Liar-
and acid to Western Ontario, while !
a cinewith Paris, Ontario, ended
with both teams deadlocked at
three goals apiece.
Despite L.ime fact t-at the Wolver-
ize ic"ers were not victorious in an;;
of the three clashes, the work of
e earn in two o' the gamneswa
of : uch a, calibre t hait the ouck-
mren s c h ance s to crash through to
a s-ccond Conference championship
<ivmer better than even. Against
both Western Ontario and Paris, es-
pecially in the latter contest, thej
A"Ive- inc sextet played heads up
hoc~key that almost carried them to
triumahs on both occasions.
1Harvard, the first team that wasj
me~t on the eastern trip, lived up
to all. advance pre:{ss notices. The
Crimson team, one of the best in
the Fast, was easily the master of
thie Wolverines in all departments
of ilay and emerged with a 7 to 0
victory. As hockey is one of the
bid; est sports in (he eastern col-
legeCs, the Harvard team was able
to produce plenty of spares to carry
on when its regulars were off the
ice.
Paris was met and tied, 3 to 3,
in the fastest game of the wholej
trip. Thde Canadian city team, In-
termediate champions of Canada in
1929-30, presented a lineup of old
experienced players that w e r e
among the fastest skaters that the
IWolverines will be called upon to ,
'meet all season. }Michigan, however,
Wa:- dis inetly on its game that
nih.and. pla -yed tihe veteran ag-
g_ Moi 1acclly even through-

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# Ss hedule of Me'ets
In -te fi ta ?'aa m~t
Bluc emr Activity in the Intrit Uarlim.-
point w"s Ka'Ic met-rpsi- M il di ans
avr ya I.?Mal, OVit7i1frsched ua ofaMeet c
reodNMmD,:s m ;d 5 tii ty incthure Itr a mual swim-k
3. 1'nal and 11 up theirĀ° training for a difficult
t >1 . or I swimming ,^ hedule this year. Al-
tlrig h the entire team took some
t ine in reporting to the pool's edge,
-for15z=, ishe roll' call sh-e;wed no absentees in
forw~in, andi l h Wlern Ma on the return
a r , h v ? noni ",e ,seat over the holidays.
ftThe Wolverines w.ill face the
boped through14o.tsirnth squa of the Chicag Athletic Aso
j nd 1fe ci Lion here ox,. January 24. This
SH10frWeagogregaition - of swimmers is com-
SHW t 2o~y '.p<ed of forci-n" collegiate stars of
The third member of thle YMichi- th -rtwtradte r xet
; lan torwaz d linme, Evelanid rank sthfrt\vtradheaeexc-
ett to ewe Mannr's men plenty of
third in the soing sheet wih 2G ea op; ;esltion in the pool. The
points to his r7 d,,11 hel. goals ottnigfaueo hi emi
and4 ful. A~eiho, Saw an ithe relay team that won the Na-
Captain Downing J- ollowing in or- tioeual A.. A. U. championship last

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Strong Line of Defense Holds
Opponents to Single Goal
Throughout Game.
By Sheldon C. Fullerton.
Combining two scoring aces with
an almost impregnable defense;
Michigan's hockey sextet last night
swarmed all over a fast and willing,
but outclassed, team from the On-
tario Agricultural College, 8 to 1,
on the Coliseum ice in the Wolver-
ines' first honie game after their
recent eastern trip.
With Emmy Reid and Keith
Crossman, left wing and center
respectively of the Michigan team,
showing at the top of their form,
the Canadian team never had a
chance. Crossman sent home three
shots and assisted in the scoring
of another, while Reid was respon-
'sible for four goals and two assists.
Between them they accounted for
all except one of the Wolverines'
scores, that last marker being sent
into the net from the blade of
Captain Art Schlanderer, who also
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Kansas City, M~o, eighth rankigo. utie -me gn.
tennis player of theL United Statss, West'ern Onta rio, seeking revenee
is enrolled this year in the Unive '- for ;its 4 to 2betn at the hands
sity of Kansas. Ccen i's expected to of thec Wolver ies earlier in thel
be on the K. U. tennis squad next season , downed time Michigan puck-I
spring, men in the t nal contest of the trip.

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prediction;wih aebe
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kethal C3i 1h '.2P',adi
he a'iv caiAa:- of
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yv;rt itnn uut irJate Uauec o'J
ime Maize and Blue relay team.
Withf l such opposition facing him,
evnso conveniently far ahead as
lhe mee is, Coach Matt Mann does
- not '~ o leave any stones un-
ta-ef n etn his squad into the
b, 0cO taiJon. IHard and pains-
U,. kin1;practice w ill be the diet of
the lliwl'l a swvimmers from now
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