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$ATURDAY, JANUARY 10,.1931

T HE MICHIGAN

D A T L Y

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6. M, F'IVE PROVEIS
EASY, Frg WOLVES
Hudson, Ricketts Tie for High
Scoring Honors in Win
Michigan's Junior Varsity- cge
team kept its slate clean by con-
quering the five from General
Motors Tech 39-14 last night in
an easy game played in Yost Field
house. Yesterday's win over the
Tigers gives the Jayvees w string of
three victories and no setbacks.
Petrie Opens Scoring.
The Wolverines played a waiting
game with the forwards holding 1
back until they got an opening and
then rushed in
for a score. Petrie
dropped the first
counter through I
the meshes, and
Hudson and Shaw
soon followed suit
with tallies that
..... . .ran the Maize and
Blue score up to
ten before they
Technicians had
a single point.
The men from
S Flint outscored.
the Wolves during the remainder
of the first half, garnering nine
points to six for the home team.1
The period ended with Michigan
leading 16-9.
Tech Outplayed.;
Ricketts started off the scoring
in the second half sinking a short
shot. Hudson came through with
a counter soon
after with one of
his long tries that
trickled through
the meshes. Mich-
igan easiy out-
classed the Geri- .
eral Motors quin-
tet in this period
piling up 23 points
to five for the
-pposition.
Hudson and
Ricketts tied for RICK TTS
the scoring hn-
ors with four field goals and one
foud shot apiece. Both of these men
showed up well being vital cogs in
the Wolverine machine. Garner
and Manuel were not far behind
the. leaders each having six tallies
to his credit..

VARSITY QUINTET
TO FACE PURPLE
Strong Wildcat Five Is Slight
Favorite to Triumph.
(Continued From Page 6)
the hoop.
The loss of Bob Lockhart in the
Carleton game was a severe blow
to the-Purple hopes, but Bus Tmaith
has stepped into the vacated guard
post, and performed his duties
there well. At center Northwest-
ern will have the advantage in
height with Marshall slated to start,
but Norm Daniels, Veenker's pivot
man, usually accounts for enough
points to overcome this disadvan-
tage.
Coach Veenker will stand pat on
the line-up which won from Pur-
due with Weiss and Eveland at for-
wards, Daniels at center, and Al-
tenhof and Williamson at the
guard posts. This combination, al-
though lacking something in height,
more than makes up for it in speed
and ability to handle the ball.
They have enough acquaintance
with the basket to cause plenty of
worry when they start peppering
the hoop, and while not relying on
their defensive ability, plan to out-
score their opponents. What the
outcome will be when these two
teams, playing something of the

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NOTICE

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Immediately follow iaig t 1_ Mich -
igan-Wisconsin basketball g a m e
Monday night the Intramural haind
ball doubles tournament will get un-
der way with the following matdhes
scheduled to be run off: Renner-,
D i a d a s vs. Meigs-Lance; Phelps-3
Carter vs. Lesch-Kraus; K o r 1 e y-'
Winbergvs.sLyons-Holt; ~ ek
Stove vs. Presser -Walker; Williarnis-
Dlugolenski vs. Collins-Engleman;
Simons-McNeil vs. Royston-O'Neil;
Lance-Meader vs. Goodman-Cohen:
Jones-Hammer vs. Jackman-Van-
Deventor; Paul-Woodward vs. San-
dusky-Suder; Campbell-Glading vs.
Friedman-Ricklin; Ryder-Sauer vs.
Larson-Berg; Lanning-Sogo vs. Hius-
band-Bishop.
All winners in the above group will
play again on January 14th.
BASKETBALL.,
Today's schedule of basketball
games will get under way at two
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All members of the Freshman
basketball team are to report in
the Field House this afternoon
for scrimmage with the "B" team
at 4 o'clock.

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LINE-UPS
Michigan fg
Petrie, f,. ............... 1
Root, f,................. 1
Bremen, f,.............. 0
Hudson, f............. 4

Baldwin, f, ..
Garner, c, .. .
Manuel, c, .. .
Shaw, g,.
Ricketts, g, c,
Tessmer, g,.
O'Neill, g,...
Totals ..

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2
21
1
9
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6
6
3
9
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2
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5
1
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2
0
2
2,
14

Gen. Motors Tech f
Becker, f..............i
Krokenbecker, f.......
Fraser, f . ...............
W ilhelm, f, .............I
Gregart, f, .............
Custis, f...............
Frederick, c,.............
Mosher, c,.............
Pancoast, g,............. .
Brown, g..............
Bratton, g, .............
Totals ..... ..........F
Score by Halves.

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IViIl H VIL 1 I U ICIIL L.I
VTEAM-
Wolverine Squad in Good Shape
for Invasion of Southern
Grappling Stars.
(Continued From Page 6)
also the different breaks and stop-
pers that are used in the competi-
tion. Better condition was eviden~
and all affects of the vacation seem
to have been worked off.
Michigan will use the following
lineup: Sigwart at 118 pounds, Al-
dinger at 126, Joe Woodard at 135,
Benz at 145, Parker at 155, Reif at
165, Dougovito at 175, and Stod-
dard taking Auer's place will fight
the heavy bout.
Several entrants for the eastern-
ers have not yet been decided upon,
but a tentative lineup will be:
Herod at 118, Fletcher at 126, Wot-
ring at 135, Hando or Smith at
145, Schwartzwalder or Johnston at
155, Fizer or Higgins at 165, Lewis
at 175, and Schweitzer in the heavy
weight class.
Myers, one of the best bets that
the invaders had, is not slated to
appear in the 155 pound class. His
only defeat during his college ca-
reer was given him by Kelley the
last time they clashed with the
Wolves.
Hockey Team to Face
Marquette Pucksters
(Continued"From Page 6)
one, but he rarely loses his head
or gets off his game.
Reid and Courtis are Michigan's
other offense players and they are I
ready for action with promise of
giving the Marquette defense wall
plenty of trouble in keeping them
out and away from the net for
scores.
Although three of the Hilltoppers
are green insofar as competition
for Marquette goes, they have play-,
ed in Canadian amateur hockey
circles and made good. Such mate-
rial and the usual calibre of puck-
sters that school turns out can al-

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