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FRIDAY, JANUARY 30, 1931

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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FIVE

DEFEA TS

JUNIOR

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H t. Wolverine Fuck Team
n T E E WillFace Marquette
at Coliseum Tonight
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scored when Maize and Blue for-r
First Loss Mars Team's Record ( wards found a weak spot in the
iopposing defense to slip through
of Eight Consecutive ifor easy shots, but the other two
Cage Victories. were more of the iacly varieVy. one
of triemr coming wien the Mar-
The Michigan Junior Varsity. quetze goalie was caught napping.
By ils victory last ight, Michi-
after winning eight straight games. gan evened LD its season's count
finally met their match and went against the Hilltopcers, who h-ad
down to defeat before a scrappy gained a previous 4-2 decision over
Ypsilanti Nemal s a(ciaU I the Varsity team at Milwaukee
abou(t three weeks asgo. Ph is game
not be beaten. The final score was went two overtime periods befo'e
22-19. Marquette finally pushed two M01,11
The Jayvees led at the half, and goals into the net to clinch the
until the last few minutes of the victory.l
game appeared to be well on their k
way to another victory. However, W_
their defense lapsed temporarily, L L U L
just long enough for the Ypsi for-
wards to si oak in and c.ae a cou-
ple of shots from underneath the
basket and assume a lead which;
they never relinquished, although 1Former Assistant to at Page
the Wolverines peppered the basket Is Well Acquainted With
from all angles in a vain endeavor Football Situation.
to maintain their undefeated rec- !,(S,, T H

INDIANA SELECTS
NEW GRID COACH

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Star Will Take Up
Army Coaching Post
(By Associated Press)
ANNAPOLIS, Md.. Jar:. 2.-Edgai
E. (RIp) Miller, all-American guard
at Notre Dame in 1924 and line-
coach at the Naval acad:my for the
last five years, will succedl "Navy
Dill" Ingram as head football coach.
it was learned at the academy to-
day.
Miller has been a member of the
coaching staff at the academy sutee
1926 when Ingram first nok ov.er!

OHIO GYM TEAM
TO MEET WOLVES
West optimxristic or Prospect
o- I' cxterec.'cd Squad.

(Continued From Page 6) Examinations Cause Uncertainty

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;I. Steinbe g, 0. Parker, Indian Upstate Floor.
clubs, A. Decker. I
The team will be considerably (Continued from Page 6)
handicapped by ltck of actual ble lineup for the Tech game is
mIee competiton, for this is the hazy and an unknown quantity at
first m.eet that inost of the men best right now, and will not be defi-
have competed in. A particular nitely ascertainable until just be-
weakness lies in the fact that fore the time of departure tonight.
of material the team Ti
is i;:" r1cV?~i~t ri trevh in t~ The yereserve squad will necesasarily

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ord. BLOOMINGTON, Ind., Jan. 29.
Leach, from his guard position, E. C. Hayes, head track coach of
for the Teachers gained high scor- Indiana university who has assum-
ing honors for the evening with a ed another role as head football
total of 10 points to his credit, -8 of coach of the same institution, hadj
which came in the last half. He was a fine record with 21 victories, 9
closely followed by his teammate, losses and two tie-games when he
Kozlusky, who scored twice from was leading the gridiron team atI
the field and four times from the Mississippi A. & M. some years ago.
charity line for a total of eight i At Indiana university he has
points. served as assistant football coach
MacDonald who entered the l and has worked with the varsity
Michigan lineup late in the game Isquad. He is thoroughly acquaint-l
won high scoring honors for the ed with the situation in the Hoo-1
losers with 6 points, but was closely sier camp and is believed to be the
followed by Shaw and Ricketts with I man most capable of guiding the
five each. Crimson through its 1931 football
C oa c h Courtright substituted' campaign.
freely, but to no avail, as the offense Hayes is a native of Madison, In-
which which has carried his charges diana. He was graduated from Al-
through the early part of their bion College (Mich.) in 1910 aftei
schedule failed to click when scor-' winning letters in three sports,
ing opportunities presented them- football, basketball, and track. His
selves. Root, usually one of the best first coaching job was at Jackson,
shots on the Junior squad, was held Mich., high school in 1911. The tol-
scoreless, although he had several lowing year he went to Mississippi
excellent chances to break into the A. & M. as head basketball and
scoring column. I track coach.

the grid reins and turned out ann thir position Conference rules be low and the ctombiations of the
n defeated teamn. He camne to the thurlO the . ofree iesbelw(dtieonbato mie Mack, 310 S. State St. Phone
call for the entering of th ee men past may have to be changed for 7927. 123450
academy fresh from Notre Dame iin each event, with scoring based this game.
which made history in tihe football o al three places. Each man will
Swo rd, being' on of the line 'mules" demonstrate two optional stunts. Ac k rShook and MacDonald, who TYPING-Theses a specialty. Fair
who made possible the record of The - Officials for the meet tonight will usually p y at the forward posts, rates. M. V. Hartsutf. Dial 9087.
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Four Horsemen of that year. iclude Dr. George A. May as head although the latter can and has
Naval academy athletic officials j edo, assisted by Karl Kammer- taken over the duties of pivot man;
would neither contirm nor deny n't"f. and N. Schrieber. S. Beach G rner whose height makes him an
Associated Press Photo that Miller had been selected for ,ger, t.emu man'ger, will act as
the vacancy created when Ingrain Admission to .the event will ideal center: and Bremen, a guard
E. C. Billy Hayes signed a contract to become head be re to students. when he phys, are the four men WANTED-A student barber. C. L.
Former track coach at te Uni- hat the University of Cali-- who are sure that they can go to Petrie, 111 E. Washington St.
versity of Indiana, who has beenfornia, but did say he would return CUE CA PIGNSII ENDS Flint. The rest of the s uad which Phone 8816.
named to succeed "Pat" Page as to the academy as a coach. CHICAGO-Allen Hall and Arthur'includes Hudson, Ricketts, Root,
head football coach of the H s. eighatheic officialsai, how- Thurnbladereyoungstrsa Tessmer, and Eve-FORRENT
, -- - _- _--__ !eve, ta Miller had been agreed mazi~strs come in the most intricate
on u ht the formal announce- neld of biliards, cross cues forhl Ildi the (neiieeeetfo
ICHIGAN SEXTET ment of the appointment would not b nplonship of the world and the its rnks must come enough play-!FOR RENT-Two nice front rooms.
TAKES PUCK be made for several days.not of gold that goes with the title. ers to complete a team and pro- Single or double. Price reason-
vce a couple reserve mnfor able. Dial 4319. 709 Huron. 4
Marquette Falls in First Game1I Courtright. FOR RENT-Single room $3.50.
of Series, 4 to .One tin is certai tha re 541 Packard. Phone 3608. 4
°a eres i raiw gardless of who mnakes the trip and _ ----__ ~-_
coseuetly hocristeols
(Continued From Page 6) onsequen o carries thetcolors APPROVED ROOMS for men stu-
rectly in front of the goal.I - ft uor Varstyam to te dents. $3, $4, $5. Pleasant rooms,
---_____-_____ floor tonight, the team will bea well heated. 533 Forest. 45
Michigan's second goal was made good one, and one superior to the _he dFe.
by Harold Sindles, who caught BASKETBALL CLASS BOWLING General Motors aggregation as evi-
In the only game scheduled in Senior Lits won the annual class denced by their past performances FO RENT-Desirable single room
Schultz napping by sending a shot class "A" of the inter-fraternity bowling championship by defetig Under the new system of combin- r second foor for second semester.
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the red line. Severa: Marquette received credit for their game with playoffs at the Union. Five teams ket tossers so that Michigan has Phone 6175. 45
players partially blocked Schultz' l Phi Sigma Delta due to a forfeit,. entered the competition. The scores several balanced teams, C o a c h2o
view, but even at that he had plen- Pi Kappa Phi forfeited to Alpha were; Soph. Eng. 2010, Sen. Lit. 2262, Courtright has been able to have a2 SUITES for 2 or 3 men 1 room
ty of time to make the stop. Phi Alpha in the other game. Irosh Art. 1594, Sen. Eng 2307, and couple quintets that work well to- single or double. A very good
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j beginning of the third period Emmy Delta Kappa Epsilon woi their composed of five men, bowling three opponents. This system has given 422 Hamilton Place.
Reid skated through the entire hockey game with Pi Lambda Phi games apiece. the Varsity an unusual reserve as N
Hilltopper team to register the due to a forfeit. Delta Alpha Epsi- The two high teams after the first well, as evidenced by several of the WLY decorated corner front
Wolverine's third counter, while Ion sprung a surprise and defeated round, re-rolled for the champion- players who have been shuttling suite, showers, board if desired;
Crossman duplicated this feat late Beta Theta Pi, 1-0, mainly through ship. The Senior Lits rolled 2451 back and forth between the two also fur bshed four room bm-
in the period. Tompkins, failing to the sterling work of goalie Hills who and the Senior Engine, 2310. The court squads all season, but the ad- ga t lcks - campus

push the puck out of danger, allow- made 29 stops without a goal being
ed Elnes to score. scored on him.

wining team will receive gold vantage appears to have
me dals. I that of the Juniors.

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