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THE MICHhCAN DAYLY SUNDA, DEC]

.. agers
M OFVETERS
MEETVIlSITORS1
ierines Will Miss Services
f Altenhoff When They
Play Western State.
igan Five Favored to Win
)ver Kalamazoo Quintet
for Second Time.
By Sheldon C. Fu.iaerton
us 'the services of Ray Alten-
who is ineligible for the first
ster, Michigan's quintet will
s first taste of competition to-
ow night when it battles West-
tate Teachers college in Yost
house at 7:30 o'clock.
h'ough the stelar all-Confer-
guard and flashy floor man
be missed, Coach Franklin
an's cagers will enter the bat-
tle with a strong
3. veteran lineup on
the floor favored
to take the scalps
of the Kalama-
zoo basketeers for
he se c on d
straight year.
Last season the
charges of Coach
Veenker, who has
transferred to Io-
wa State s i n c e
the last c o u r t
)ANIELS season, managed
>unce the Teachers by a 35-23
in spite of predictions of a
game that prevailed before
lash.
Daniels at Center.
m Daniels, playing his first
as captain of the Wolverine
s, will start at the center posi-
while another member of the
all team. Ivy
mson, w ilI
ack in his
ar position:'
ae Michigan --
t guard. The
orwards will
hosen from ...,
year's veter- l
rio, DeForest+
nd, Bob Pe
and .H an k
, with Eve
and Weiss' ESS
to get the
st of Cappon's trouble for this
n -appears to be the task of
i Altenhoff's shoes at the oth-
ard position. From a compar-
.y large group of players are
trying for that
job, it is prob-
able that either
Shaw or Ricketts
will get the call a-
gainst the Teach-
ers. During the
week Rickettshas
seen considerable
service in Alten-
hoff's position,
and he is working
in well with the
other members of
last year's regu-
yve.
Decker Leads Visitors.
stern State, apparently from
nce press notices not as strong
was last year, still remains an
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Keith Crossman's four points and
one assist last night gave evidence
of ability to get behind the goalie's
legs which speaks well for Michi-
gan's prospects for a third succes-
five conference hockey champion-
ship.
TOLEDO MUDHENS
TO BE SHIFTED
GRAND RAPIDS, Dec. 5.-(/P)-
E. W. Diskerson, sports promoter of
Grand Rapids, announced today
that he and other interests here are
negotiating for purchase of the
American Association franchise of
the Toledo Baseball club. Dickerson
said the Grand Rapids group would
not be interested in joining the re-
organized Central Baseball League.
Although several other groups
are bidding for the Toledo fran-
chise, Dickerson said he-was hope-
ful of obtaining it for this city.
The club would be brought to
,Grand Rapids if he is successful in
negotiating the purchase, said Dick-
erson, who is a former president of
the Western League and an old time
ball player. He was7 president of
the Western League in 1917.
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r/restlers to Battle Ypsilanti
in Intramural Building ,
Monday Afternoon.
Michigan State Normal school
will be guests of Coach Keen and
the wrestling team tomorrow after-
noon in the first wrestling meet of
the season. The mat sport is an
intramural activity at Ypsilantit
but all their team is unusually
strong this year, containing several
veterans of last year's outfit that
journeyed to Ann Arbor and gave
Coach Keen a scare in the first
few bouts.
Only One Position in Doubt.
Thirteen bouts last night decided
the starting lineup for the Wolv-
erines. Only one position remains
in doubt after the bouts last night.
Jimmy Landrum and Fiero wres-
tled to a draw for the second 118-
pound position and either may get
the call.!
No admission price will be levied
foi Monday's bouts. The wrestling
room of the Intramural building
has been changed so that a maxi-
mum crowd can be seated for the
affair. The bouts are scheduled toI
get under way directly after 4 p m.
Need Experience.I
These matches will serve to bap-'
tize several of the newcomers on
the squad. Coach Keen is anxious
to see how some of the men will re-
act under fire in their first official
bouts. He stated that the majority
of the squad is in desperate need
of experience although they look
unusually good in :practice.
Hirato will start in the 118-pound
class and either Landrum or Fiero
will get the call for the second posi-
tir in this we! ,-ht. Joe Oakley or
entt will wrestle in thenext
division and will start there. Rol-
arid Otto anOd Bob Helliwell are the
choices for the two positions in the
1 5-pound weight.
Art Mosier and Grovelle will both
wrestle against Michigan Normal
opponents in the 155-pou nd di-
sion. Reif is the lone Michigan maai
in the 165-pound weight as is Cap-
tain Dougovito in the 175-pound
class. Two heavyweights will repre-!
sent Michigan, Stoddard and Scodes.

MINNEAPOLIS, Dec. 5.-(AP--The
call of his Alma Mater was answered
today by B. W. (Bernie) Bierman,
and, on Jan. 1, he will become head
football coach 'at Minnesota.
Appointment of the master of
gridiron play at Tulane, whose
teams have not lost a Southern
Conference game since 1928, was
announced by I. O. (Fritz) Grisler,
t whom he susccds as chief oC the
football staff here.
Grisler, who for nearly two years
has been both head coach and Ath-
letic director, informed University
officials yesterday he planned to re-
main at Minnesota, despite rumors

to the contrary. day at the opening of the Big Ten's
Henceforth Grisler will devote annual witer meeting, at which I
his time to the athletic directorship little other than finances was dis-
and the physical education depart- cussed. Southern training trips by
ment. Illinois, Michigan and occasionally
_- - other teams, have been features of
Chi o B Hthe season, but the expense was
'- ' econsidered too great to be borne.
1 D7MThe Illinois relay carnival was
i Onl Dual eet dropped after athletic director
of Indoor Schedule George Huff learned that schools l
which previously had entered teams,
could not afford to do so this year.
At a meeting of Big Ten coaches The Ohio outdoor relay meet also
held yesterday in Chicago track was dropped.
schedules for the winter and spring Eight football games were left
campaigns were drawn up. as the ' maximum number each
The Big Ten indoor meet will-be school may play, while the cham-
held in Chicago on March 11, 12, pionship baseball schedules were
while the outdoor meet was award- reduced from 12 to 10 games. In
ed to Northwestern for May 20, 21. basketball, however, the athletic di-
The Conference indoor season for rectors voted permission to play
the Wolverines will get underway six practice games, instead of five,
on February 27, when Chicago visits in addition to the regular cham-
the Yost Field House. pionship schedule of 12 games. No
A triangular meet with Ohio State restrictions were placed on the
and Illinois as guests of the Wol- number of non-conference games
verines is carded for March 5. Aside in any sport, except football.
from the Big Ten indoor meet the Limit Other Sports.
biggest event on the winter track Cross country schedules were
calendar will be the Minnesota Re- limited to two dual meets and the
lays which will be held at Minneap- annual Big Ten championships; in-
olis April 2. door and outdoor track, Big Ten
The Michigan outdoor season will dual meets each; wrestling, four
get underway on May 7, when the conference dual meets; swimming
Illinois thinclads visit Ann Arbor. and gymnastics, three conference
The following week Coach Charley dual meets, and tennis and golf,
Hoyt will take his team to Colum- four conference meets.
bus for a meet with the Buckeyes
in Memorial Staium. KALAMAZOO COLLEGE will open
N o t r e Dame's basketball season
Michigan's hockey team, in two here Friday night in the first of
practice games, has scored 11 goals1 five home contests before the holi-
to she opponents' four. days.

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Conference Baseball Teams Will
Not Have Spring Training
Trips Next Year.
CHICAGO, Dcc. 5.--Pi)-Western
conferencc baseball teams will do
their training at home next sea-
son, the Illinois indoor relay car-1
niyva, ,cne of the middlewest's track
classics since 1917, will not be held,
and schedules in every sport except
basketball have been trimmed, all
because Eig Ten football profits
showed a sharp decrease last fall.
Illini Abolish Relays.
These moves were made yester-

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