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FRIDAY, JANUARY 23, 1931

THE MICHIG.AN DATIY

PA7GE SE

FRESHMA BSI
TOSSERSLACK PEP
Inter-Squad Scrimmage Marked
by Few Flashes of Good
Basketball Form.
Perhaps it is the spirit of the
times with forethought of the
dreaded exams or something of
that nature, at any rate as the
would-be basket tossers of the
freshman court squad plodded'
through a half-hour of scrimmag-
ing last night on the field heuse
court they appeared to be entirely
minus the ever important spirit
which is so necessary to the pame-
Although now and then there!
were flashes of possible court talent,
the whole impression was that they
were ded on their feet, without
the least bit of initiative or spirit
to add some life to the game.
Stage Scrimmage.
After giving his squad of 20 year-
ling aspirants a workout on the
fund ' m natls and several plays,
Coazch Ray Fisher picked a squad
of the Blac1ks composed of Kimmel
and Ra tterman at the forward/
berths, Bohnsack, pivot man, and
Fishman and Boden at the guards
for the first talent squad. Schmidt
and Korzuck, forwards, Litchfield,
center, and Dobbs and Patterson
at guards, made up the opposition.
Neither team put on any real ex-
hibition of basketball although the
Blacks did manage to maintain a
fair lead. The passing was ragged'
with the receiver constantly drop-
ping the ball, and several plays
which might have ended in baskets
were spoiled as the men attempted
a lone-handed game with not sol
much success. Fishman and Ratter-
man executed some fine plays, but
on the whole, the men put no real
pep into the play. Perhaps this
may be due to the lack of opposi-
tion for the yearlings, but all that
some of them seem to work for is
the numeral reward.
"Subs" Show Pep.
Hollister, Allen, Graham, Barn-
huisen, Tillotson, Fish, and Cooper'
were also given an opportunity to
do some-work in the scrimmage. In
fact, the "subs" showed more real
fight and aggressiveness than the
so-called regulars. There is some
good talent on the first-year. squad
if they would only put forth some
real fight.
PASADENA - Charlie Paddock,
former world champion sprinter,
was badly bitten on the hand and
arm recently by a bulldog, when
trying to save his pet chow from
the bulldog's attack.

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FORMER HIGH SCHOOL CAGE STARS
SCORING STAR SEEK PLACE 'ON YEARLING QUINTET

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Keith Cria
Center en the Varsity Poec'y
team, whose scorimg aility will be
counted uoni to brig iOfy
aganst Mlfinnesota's icers tolight.
Wolverines toM eet

By Bob Shaw. 11 inches; weight: 157 lbs. He hails
from Emerson High School, Gary,
Editor's Note: This is the second Indiana, the state which produces:
of a series of articles on the fresh- so many top notch basketball play-
manbaketal tem hic asoers. Kimmell plays forwerd or
includes short sketches of the play- guard.
ers thmselves. Fred Allen - Height: 6 feet, 1
At present Ted Petoskey, perhaps inch; weight: 160 lbs. Allen entered
the best forward on the squad, is Michigan from Wayne High School,
laid up with a split finger sus- Wayne, Michigan, where he starred
ted duing o of the iracice on the court team in the center;
sesio.s and tI :educes the num- ;position.
er in sher's first-string group to 1 n-2inhE. LeLland--Height: 6 feet.
S;n. Intgibility insy rob the1 1-2 inchs; weight: 175 lbs. Le-
S~an athlete of a chance to land comes from the most distant
o. le bir a varsity post next point of any man on the squad be-
. on along with the rest of his ing a resident of Plymouth, Massa-I
Smates. chusettI. He also plays center, the
same position he held down in high
Te tallest man on the squad is school.
n r L ar'd, center candidate, Ie1 Fish-Heiht: 6 fee
1 tsd six feet, one and one- we :
''i~>cru; whle Carle Berard , eiht: 169 lbs. Fich was a
11'nk ;ti=ile Chavles Bernard member of the Scotia High basket-
ks nk th heaviest, tipping.ball team at Scotia, New York' He
12 Lw~ms at 210 pounds. Bernard plays guard.
1:. B star Benton Harbor football a
iiean who was chosen pivot man nmmanuel Fishman -Height: 5
n, h aall-state grid team of last feet, 11%"f inches; weight: 175 lbs.
y g.EFishman captained Detroit North-
ern High School's crack five last
Ea c ffketches of the entire first year when they won the stateI
e.a- cage team follow: championship, and he was men-'
Wallace Gr'ham-Height: 5 feet, tioned on several mythical sew c-
J in;ncs;, wcight: 140 lbs. Graham tions by prominent writers. 112
comes from Fordson, Michigan,! plays guard.
w 2e he held down a forward R. Bailey Collister -Height: 5
t 1 on the high school team. feet, 11 inches; weight: 170 lbs.
11 .rry J. Ktimmrli--Height: 5 feet, Collistcr prepped at Batavia High.
- School, Batavia, New York, and
Mechanic's Institute, Rochester,
G r. I S TARS DEN Y New York before coming to Mich-
OVER -E- MP A S IS gan. He is holding down the job
-ne of being one of Fisher's best for-
{ j wards.
Qucstionnaire Seat to Playcr
f.e . Jack Rarnhisel-Height: 5 feet,!
of Eastern Universzt es. 10 inches; weight: 160 lbs. Barn-
(Continued From Page 6) hisel also comes from Indian- hav-
players enough time wo get into ing competed under the colors of
condition, and play the first game Huntington High School at a for-
on the first Saturday of the school ward position.
year. Wilbur Bonsack-Height: 6 feet,
- 1 inch; weight: 165 lbs. Bonsack isC
Cornell-Professional coaching is Chicago's lone contribution to the
desirable really to make football yearling cage squad. He played onI
a success. Nicholas Senn High's team as cen-
ter.
Princeton-Feel we should have Charles Bernard-Height: 6 feet,
early practice and that Princeton's 1 inch; weight: 210 lbs. Bernard,
schedule of seven games is better while chiefly noted as being a star
than the nine or ten at other col- on the gridiron, is also a capable
leges. basketball player. He came from
---__ Benton Harbor High Schooj, Benton
Colgate-Play football because I Harbor, Michigan. He has been

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Intramrral News

FRATERNMTY SWIMMING ALL CAMPUS HANDBALL
Phi Kappa Psi captured the inter- The doubles teams of Walker-
fraternity swimming championship Fulton and Friedman-Ricklin ad-
vanced to the finals in the all-
for the second consecutive year by campus handball tournament as a
its win over Alpha Kappa Lambda, result of wins in the semi-finals
29-12. The winners took every over Phelps and Carter, and Good-
ev nt, and allowed their opponents man and Cohn, respectively. Walker
only three second places. Kir and Fulton won over their oppon-
annexed the 25-yd. free style in ents by scores of 15-21, 21-7, 21-11;
11.t, with his team mate, White, l and Friedman and Ricklin won
finishing third. Hess of Alpha their matches 21-19, 11-21, 21-20.
Kanna Lambda came in second. In In reaching the final round these
the 25-yd. breast stroke Wunsch two teams have had to overcome a
and Vose took first and second large field of competitors, as hand-
place honors for the winners, while ! ball has been one of the most popu-
Persons was third. The time was lar sports this year at the Intra-
: Potl e swam the 25-yd. back mural building. Friedman is one of
szo Mn : E5.2 to win the event. the co-holders of the doubles title
Hickman and Brumbaugn finished last year, having teamed with Axin.
second and third for the losers. The--

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Minnesota Puckmeii

(Continued From Page 6)
season predictions that the team
was weaker than in former years.
All of its games with Wisconsin and
Marquette, the teams that both the
Gophers and Michigan have met,
have been close, but as they all
were played upon slushy ice the
outcomes may or may not have
been indicative of the real strength
of the squads.
Minnesota's rink should prove to
be a welcome relief to the Michi-
gan squad, which has been forced
to play its last three games, includ-
ing the two Conference clashesl
with Wisconsin, upon ice which
was covered with a coating of
bumps and slush. Under these con-
ditions it has been almost impos-
sible for players to carry the puck'
effectively, and it has cut down the
worth of such high scorers as
Crossman and Reid to a great ex-
tent. The Gopher surface, how-
ever, is supposedly one of the best
in the middle west, and the better
team really should be the victor
tonight.
Coach Pond, who replaces Iver-
son at the helm of the Gopher club,
is a newcomer to Western Confer-
ence hockey circles.

'PSI U'S HEFAST
BASKETBALL SQUAD

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relay went to the Phi Kappa Psi FRATERNITY BOWLING
team. Pottle added another first to Delta Kappa Epsilon bowled 2409
his team's total with a victory in for the high score of the season in
diving. Persons and Knapp placed the interfraternity league in the
fcr Alpha Kappa Lambda. latest competition. Other scores
- follow: Tau Epsilon Phi, 1891, Phi
GRAPPLERS READYG namna Delta, 2336,Sigma Phi,
21Alpha Chi Sigma, 2368, Phi
FOR M S. C. MEET' Beta Pi, 2307, Pi Kappa Alpha,
* * 2287, Delta Sigma Phi, 2235, Delta
Keep i-live to Shift Lieu ' Tau Delta, 2276, Phi Lambda Kappa,
ae S n 1849, Sigma Alpha Mu, 1862, and
io (over Last Minute Loss. Phi Kappa Sigma, 2363.
(Continued From Page 6) INDIVIDUAL CHAMPIONSHIP
of depression is hung over the In recognition of the individual,
training quarters for the Wolver- who shows the greatest all-around
ines have unusually fine reserve athletic ability, the Intramural
strength this year and they will be department awards each year an
broken in, ready to plug any all-around championship trophy.
breaches that appear when the j Competition for the trophy is open
Conference season is under way. to all students execept freshmen.
Stoddard will take Auers place Last year the award was won by
againat the heavyweight position William Phelps with a total of 66
and Doagovito will draw the 175- points. In winning the event, Phelps
pound assignment. Reif seems to be. took part in 11 sports. A total of
slated for the 165 division and Will- 21 events are listed and of this.
son will break into the lineup tak-- number an individual can partici-
wl g Parker's place for the 155- pate in only 18. The major events,
n boukt.'s With this hfor which 20 points are given, are
pound bout. With this shifting of btxing cross country, fencing,
the weights there is no indication Sigma Delta Psi, and wrestling
that the Maize and Blue will be Sigms Deltadigtantestlng.
mateiall wekene. IPhelps is leading the contestants
materially weakened. again this year with 22 points, hav-
Drilling last night on the same ing won the singles title in the fall
sort of wings and rides that have tennis tourney, winning the singles
always made the Wolves a hard I championship in handball, and
crew to pin, the entire squad was qualifying in the squash tourna-
showing a more natural aptitude ! ment. R. A. Ostrander is second in
for the better positions and as the standings to date with 20
Keen pressed them into the ring for points, having finished first in the
short time trials and practice goes cross country run. L. T. Brown,
they looked better than they have John Wilson, Dean Dayton, and.
all season. a Larry Darrow are all tied with 10
With the second meet only a day I points apiece.

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Overwhelming Defeat of S.A.M.
Establishes Them as Top
Position Candidates.
(Editor's Note: This is the sec-
ond of a series of reviews of out-
standingtbasketball teams in the
Int er-f raternity leagues.)
When Psi Upsilon defeated Sig-
ma Alpha Mu, 61-3, in a 20-minute
game in the inter-fraternity league
a few nights ago, they established
themselves as a formidable candi-
date which the winner must step
over to gain the top post.
The Psi U's team is of medium
height, all about 5 feet 10 inches
except Goldsmith, center, who is 'i
feet 1 inch. Lacking in height, th'
team depends upon speed to canly
them through the season.
Team Is Fast.
One referee, after officiating one
of their early games, remarked that
I the Psi U's had the fastest team on
the floor in any of the leagues.
Their speed and good shooting ran
Lip and the huge score against Sig-
ma Alpha Mu.
This team is playing in the Ten-
nessee league and are the favorites
to be entered in the elimination
series from that division. Their
opposition is not especially strong
and the pre-series games will serve
as practice affairs for them, as evi-
denced in the Psi U-S.A.M. walk-
away.
At right forward is Jack Ander-
son, formally, at Manlius prep
school. He is extremely fast, shifty,
and has a good eye for the basket.
Palmer is the other forward and
equally as fast. He played high
school 'basketball in Chicago, and
was picked on the all-city light-
weight team.
Goldsmith at Center.
Duval Goldsmith jumps center
and plays under the basket on of-
fense. He is the tallest man on the
team and a rugged basketball play-
er. The two guards are Park and
Meldin. In all the games to date,
the opposition has been held to
three short shots. This shows the
abilities of these guards
- L A O V E I F I E
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love it and not for what I can get used at guard by Fisher.
out of it.
-Michigan Enters Team
Yale--There is the same advan- nSq h To
I tage in a professional coach as in
a professional professor. Both are A squash team of tne University
needed to do things well. of Michigan, the same group that
played in the recent Exhibitiwn
Williams--The mid-season set- Day program at the Iniramura
ups are good breathers for the building, has entered the annual
large colleges, but tough on the Michigan Squash Racquet cham-
small ones. Let the game alone, pionship at the Detroit Athletic
it is all right as it is. club, Saturday and Sunday

:way [he grapplers are making
v eights in fine shape and the fasts
j and sessions in the heater will not
be as strenous on their strength as
was the case before the opening
meet.

CHICAGO - Hack Wilson, home
run leader of the National League,
has informed the Chicago Cubs
that he will hold out for a sum of
$40,000 for his services next season.

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