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DAILY

THURSDAY, JANUARY S, 1931

'THF~ D A TT.V THURSDAY, JANUARY 8, 1931

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Coach "Veenker Drills Varsity on
Neiw Plays in Development
of Offensive.,
As a reward for their exhibition
of winning basketball against Pur-
due Monday night, Coach Veenker
dispensed with the regular Varsity
scrimmage yesterday, and merely
gave the, first stringers a brief drill
on floor work after a session of
skull practice. The second and third
string teams, however, were sent
through a period of scrimmage.
The Blue team, composed of Cap-
tain Downing and Root, forwards,
Manuel, center, and Shaw and Ric-
ketts, guards, succeeded in letting
their opponents down in a some-
what ragged game, 11-8. The losing
team was composed of Hudson and
Petrie, forwards, Garner,. center,
and Bremen and O'Neill, guards.
Scrubs Scrimmage.
After a secret blackboard session,
Coach Veenker set the Varsity to"
work on a few plays in an effort
to develop a fast breaking combina-
tion that will be able to score
against the powerful Wildcat team
when the Wolverines invade Evan-
ston Saturday. The Northwestern
method of defense and offense var-
ies somewhat from any the Wolves
have met this season, and a new
plan of attack must be worked out.
Wildcats Feared.
In spite of the fact that the Boil-
ermakers, who went down to defeat
before the green Michigan five inj
the season's opener, were the cham-
pions of the Western Conference
last year, the 1931 edition of the
Wildcat quintet has been conceded
the distinction of possessing the
ablest material of any title' con-
tender. With such opposition to
face on a foreign floor in the sec-
ond game of the season the Wolves
can afford to spare no opportuni-
ties of bettering both their offen-
sive and defensive tactics.
No change in the lineup is pre-
dicted with the opening game out
of the. way, since the quintet of
Eveland, Weiss,nDaniels, Altenhof,
and Williamson showed but few of
the glaring defeats usually so evi-
dpnt in a. green team.
TORONTO UNIVERSITY-Stud-
ents here recently petitioned that
the sale of beer on campus be per-
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CHAMPION EXCEPT IN NEW YORK

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Wisconsin Sextet Regarded as
ao> N otchers With Three
Canadian Stars n Lineup.
By Sheldon C. Fullerton.
With the defeat of Ontario Agri-
cultu-al Coliege in the last of the
practice games w it h Canadian
teams before the opening of the
Western Conference on, the
Michigan hockey team this week
will go on the road for the first
two of seven out of town games
that will be played before the team
again returns to the Coliseum rink.
This Friday and Saturday the Wol-
verines will meet one of the strong-
es teams in the country, Mar-
quette, in the final clashes before
the actual Conference schedule be-
gins.
Although the two stellar play-
er's that starred for Marquette
last year, McFayden and Me-
Kenzie will be absent from the
Wisccnsin team's lineup, the
sextet that will take the ice
against Coach Eddie Lowrey's
men bids fair to again give the
Wolverines a real battle when
the two clubs clash.
Three new sophomores, all stars
in Canadian amateur hockey cir-
cles, will be with the team that will
face the Maize and Blue Friday,
and this new blood, combined with
the remaining veterans from last
year's sextet, is sure to make it an-
other formidable opponent. Mar-
quette last year was rated as the
third best hockey team in the
country, being placed one position
higher than that held by the Wol-
verines.
In spic, of the fact that the
Marquette team will undoubt-
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Starwas, Let Philbin's Leading Middleweight,
Wins Jackson Gold Belt Championship Boat

| FRIEDMAN HOLDS
COACHING OFFERS
(BY AS;o i;,.l,)--S

Jack Starwas, leading middle-
weight on Coach Philbin's boxing
squad, entered the Jackson Gold:
Belt Tournament and won the mid-
dleweight championship.
The tournament held for the
Central Michigan A.A.U., saw Star-
was win from three opponents and
then knock out the finalist in the
third round for the middleweight
championship.I

Jack received a stamped letter

belt with a monogramed s i l v e r NEW YORK, Jan. 7. - Bennie
buckle as first prize. He plans to Friedman, who used to do his foot;
enter a meet in Lansing this month ball passing for the University of
in the same weight. Michigan, may get a coaching job
soon, either at the University of
UNIViEKSITY OF KANSAZ-The California . or at some eastern
uni:rsity will shcrtly honor noted school. Bennie has been approach-
,cSpapermen of the state by the led by representatives of Califor-
menia and unidentified eastern uni-
formation of a journalistic Hall of versities, but nothing has come of
Fame, it so far.

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Herr Max recently stripped of his heavyweig:P title by the New
York State Athletic Commission, has not received similar action from
the National Boxing Association, which will not stand in the way of a
championship bout between the German Ace and W. L. (Young) Strib-
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BOXERS SLA TED FOR
TOURNAMENT THIS MONTH

Freshman boxers will get their
first taste of tournament boxing
when the official freshman boxing
tournament opens Jan. 22.
The rounds are slated to be two
minutes each with three rounds to
a decision. The winners of the frosh
competition will meet as a team
the junior class on Jan. 26 or 27.
The winners of the Frosh-Junior
meet will meet the winners of the

Sophomore-Senior dual meet for
the team championship.
Daggot is the leading candidate
for the heavyweight division place
on the freshman team. Otto,
younger brother of Gilbert Otto
who won the light-heavyweight
championship and who held the
middleweight championship of the
campus for two years, seems to
have an edge on the others.

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