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September 29, 1931 - Image 10

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Fraternity Speedball to Start
Activities in Two Weeks.
While most of the Intramural
managers are busying themselves
with the sports program of Orienta-
tion Week, the directors and the
rest of the staff are getting the
regular fall sports calendar lined
up. The actual program of activi-
ties has been set up for some time
but the entries and arrangements of
schedules remain to be done.
The first semester will have as
its opening number on the Intra-
mural calendar the usual fraternity
speedball games slated to start
October 12. This sport has proved
to be one of the most popular on
the card and indications this year
are that it will hold its own again.
The next day, October 13, three
All-Campus tourneys go into action
JOHNS TONE PLANS
NEW TENNIS CARD
Continued good weather will have
a lot to do with the new tennis
tournament planned for the fall by
Coach Johnstone. The event will
be an invitational meet and is ex-
pected to reveal the top notch play-
ers on the campus by reason of the
first class opposition that will have
to be met.
This meet is open to members of
the Varsity team, or of the 1931
freshman team, to the All-Campus
champions and runners-up, as well
as those players ineligible for Var-
sity competition. All in all the 32
best racquet wielders in the Uni-
versity will be issued invitations to
compete and the resulting play
should be well worth anyone's time.
It is to be understood however,
that this tourney is not open to this
year's freshmen, there being an-
other meet scheduled and in fact
now in progress to take care of
them. Coach Johnstone feels that
the new arrangement will be satis-
factory and should reveal some new
material for the Varsity team in the,
coming season.

as fall golf and tennis as w
Sigma Delta Psi trials get u
way. The following day see
start of All-Campus soccer anc
these four sports will hold the
for about two weeks.
October 27 is the sechdeuled
day for a new, or rather re
line of activity sponsored by th
tramural Department. Tag
ball will replace speedball for
pendent teams and is expect
arouse more interest and
more men into active particip
Fraternity volleyball will
two days later and then Nove
will roll around to start off
new lines of sports. The a
cross country event to be he
Armistice dal will be the first
fraternity- dual swimming,
polo, and handball getting
way on the 16th and 18th.
more cross country number
next in line, featuring all-ca
independents, and fraternity
riers in turn.
Boxing and wrestling hold
limelight during December
meets inter-class, inter-frate
and for the entire University.
other event remains on the fall
of activities and that is inde
ent volleyball. This will clos
schedule until the students
returned- from the Christmas
days.
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critics by Starting
Hoyt in First Game
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inal batters, and Collins has
no chance of breaking bacl
the starting lineup.
hough Bottomley was the big-
failure in the 1930 series, St.
fans are more than certain
"Sunny Jim" will come back
iger than ever this' year to.
that his downfall last autumnf
only a temporary slump. He
done a remarkable comeback
ighout the regular season, and
must redeem himself only in
all elassic to prove that he has
r returned to form. And St.
fans are saying, "If Bottomley
continue to play as he has
playing all year, watch out for

Ottawa, Quakers Quit
National Puck League
MONTREAL, Sept. 26.-(/)-The
Ottawa Senators and the Philadel-
phia Quakers will not compete in
the National Hockey League this
season, it was announced tonight.
During a recess of the league
meeting, President Frank Calder
said that the two teams had agreed
to the suspension of their franchise
for one year.
The players belonging to 'the
teams will be distributed among the
clubs which finished near the bot-
tom of the standing last year.
CHICAGO-The Chicago Cardi-
nals, of the National Football
League, have transferred Lou Gor-
don, former University of Illinois
tackle, to the Brooklyn Dodgers.
Yale depends upon the legs and
arms of Albie Booth for football
success this year.]

HUDSON'S CAREER
FULL OF TH-RILLS

Received Chicago Alumni
Was Once Halfback.

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team. In the Ohio State game Soli
plunged 15 yards to give Michigan
her final score of 13 to 0.
Against Illinois Hudson broke in-
to the scoring by catching New-
man's pass over the goal line. In
the Harvard game Hudson received
another from Newman and then4
continued on 15 yards to the goal
line with two Harvard tacklers:
holding on to him. In the last'
game of the season Hudson took a
pass from Sirnrall and raced 30
yards to score. Hudson later plung-
ed over from the four yard line.
In the scrimmage last Saturday
Captain Hudson demonstrated his
quick-thinking ability when New
man fumbled a kick-off. Roy

quickly scooped up the ball and
raced 30 yards before he was stop-
ped.
Captain Hudson's left-handed
passing and kicking has helped
round out a variety of plays that
otherwise Michigan could not use.
With such speedsters as the two
Hestons, Fay, Newman, Everhardus,
and Tessmer, carrying the ball, the
blocker that leads the play must
be extremely fast. Hudson weigh-
ing about 196 pounds, is the fastest
"big" man on the squad.
Grain shipments at the Duluth-
Superior harbor for the fiscal year
1930-31 exceed the previous year by
8,000,000 bushels; receipts were
greater by 10,000,000 bushels.
There were eight marriages to
each divorce granted* in Minnesota+
in 1930, despite a 5.9 per cent drop,
in marriages an dless than one per3
cent decrease in divorces.'

TEAM DRILLS OAN
NEW FORMATIONS
(Continued from Page 9)
caught without any new scoring
plays up his sleeve.
The fall of Chicago' to Hillsdale
last Saturday afternoon, and the
close calls experienced by both In-
diana and Minnesota, would seem
to indicate that the Wolverines will
not have to fear these clubs to any
extent throughoutthe year. Chica-
go and Inidiana are of far lower
caliber than the Wolves, but Minne-
sota has a strong enough aggrega-
tion to recover from its bad begin-
ning and make plenty of trouble
for' Conference teams before the
Big Ten season has run its race.
Ohio State and Illinois, the two
other Big Ten teams on the Michi-
gan schedule, continue to rate as
"dark horses."

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