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Spartans Will Have Experienced
Five on Field House Floor
in Saturday's, Tilt.
Dissatisfied with his d e f e n s e,
Coach Cappon sent his basketball
team through a hard drill last night
in the Yost Field house in an effort
to bring the team up to the type
of ball it is capable of playing for
the Michigan State game tomorrow
The bear stories from Lansing
about three green men who will be
starting against the Wolverines to-
morrow were discounted last night.
It developed that all three of these
men played considerable basketball
last year in the role of substitutes.
Have Tall Center.
Michigan will be outjumped as
the Spartan center is tall and got
the tipoff from Daniels last year.
Besides this they have a forward
that ranks as one of the best bas-
ketball players in this section of
the country. Knowing this the Var-
sity squad took their practice very
seriously last night and displayed
considerable improvement over pre-
Coach Cappon sent his team'
through a scrimmage during the
latter stages of the drill. The regu-
lars maintained their good shooting
eyes but the defense was rough in
spots and needed improvement.
Williamson, Rickets, Tessmer, and
Shaw all saw service at the defense
Coach Van Alstyne always puts
a good team on the floor, Coach
Cappon admitted and he is shaping.
his team with the full realization
of that in mind. If the guards can
come through in the game tomor-
row night, Michigan ought to have
a team equal to the visitors.
Smoothness Is Keynote of Drill.
Smoothness was the keynote of
the practice. The forwards were
working well against the reserves
but the best defensive five remains
in doubt. No two guards have work-
ed as well together as Altenhoff and
Williamson did last year and the
frequent changes in these positions
last night indicates that the start-,
ing guards may not be the same
as opened the Western State ame.
Williamson has a slight ed-e on
the rest of the squad for one of
these berths 'but his running mate
is still undecided. Weiss showed up
well in the scrimmage with several,
baskets from under the rim. His
speed may be a deciding factor in
the game Saturday.
for Track Practice
Although no intensive work is be-
ing attempted at this early date,
Coach "Chuck" Hoyt has a squad of
about thirty track men working out
daily in the field house.
With a fine group of veterans re-
maining from last year Hoyt has
high hopes of building a winning
team. Several promising sopho-
mores are on the roster including
Renwick in the sjprints and Lemen
ini the quarter and half mile.
Ostrander, one of the stars of
the cross country team, is expected
to prove valuable in the distance
runs. He will probably run .either
the mile or two mile. Jusek and
Moisio in the high jump and North-
rup in the ' pole vault are other
sophomores who may break into
the lineup. Schmidt and Salmon
show promise of developing into
capable shot putters.
Jack Heston, who starred on the
gridiron during the past season is
expected out any day. If he main-o
tains the form he displayed as a
freshman, Heston should make a
name for himself in the sprints and
Booker Brooks, giant negro star
of a few years ago, isj expected to
iron out the scholastic difficulties
which rendered him in eligible last
season. Hoyt considers Brooks the
key man to the weight situation.
COACHES TO, MEET
More than 700 high school coach-
es and captains will meet in Ann
Arbor Saturday for the annual
basketball rules interpretation. Two
sessions are being planned for the
coaches and all of the delegates
will be guests of the Athletic Ad-
mi istration at the Michigan State
ba ketball game tomorrow night.
Coach Cappon and Coach Van
Alstyne, rival coaches of the com-
peting teams Saturday night will
conduct a school for coaches in the
morning session in the Intramural
building. The coaching school will
include demonstrations and inter-
pretations of various systems and
In the afternoon a rules inter-
pretation meeting will be held in
Hill auditorium. Coach Cappon
will read the rules and answer all
questions from the floor. The play-
ers and coaches of, the convention
will be given passes to the Michi-
gan-Michigan State game in the
Season Will End With Last Four
Conference Matches Played !
on Home Rink.
Michigan's hockey schedule is
practically complete after the Big
Ten games were added last night.
Only one open date remains on the
schedule now, that being late in
February or early in March. Fif-
teen matches have been carded to
date with the possibility of one
more being added later in the sea-
Coach Lowrey's sextet will have
the advantage of playing host in
the last four Conference games.
Last year the Wolverines came to
the home stretch in the hockey
season without the title in the bag
but won out in the last four games.
The German Olympic team is be-
ing considered for the open date.
They will be playing in the Olym-
pic games this February and are
expected to play several college
teams oi their way home. They
have asked Michigan for a match
but no arrangements have been
made as yet about it.
If this does not work out, the re-
maining open date may be filled byj
Chatham, the team that defeated
Coach Iowrey's sextet Monday
night 3 to 2. The Wolverine team
is not satisfied with the outcome
and are anxious to play a *return
match with the Ontario team.
'FROM YALE STAFF
Gopher Paper Picks Three
Wolves on Big Ten Team
Athletic Council Fails
Reappoint Friedman, Due
to Pro Playing.
Benny Friedman, former all-,
America quarterback at the Univer-!
sity of Michigan in the days of the
has been droppel from the coaching
staff at Yale it became known at;
New Haven yesterday. The Ath-
letic council reappointed all of the
present staff includingMal Stevens
and Adam Walsh, but made noI
mention of the failure to reappoint
the former Michigan'star for next
Benny returned to professional
football this season and this has
been given 'as one of the probable
reasons for his being dropped by
the Eli authorities. No statement
has been obtained from Friedman
as to his plans for the future.
Varsity Fencing Team
Is Cut to Three Men
Like all the other intercollegiatei
sports in the Big Ten this year, the
Michigan fencing team has suffer-
ed a severe set-back due to the lack
of finances. Only three men instead
of the customary seven will be car-
ried by Coach John Johnstone this
year, one in each event. Dual meets
are also limited to three in the Con-
ference and all-Conference meet
the last of the season.
This curtailment takes much of
the competition away from the
game, there being fewer places to
fill andothese will be filled by stars,.
leaving no room for the average
The winter schedule is as follows:
Chicago at Ann Arbor, January 23;
Ohio at Columbus, February 20;
Northwestern at Chicago, February
27; All-Con:erence meet at Chica-
go, March 11 and 12. Johnstone is
also negotiating fot' a dual meet
with Michigan State on January 16.,
Three Michigan football players i
were selected on the All-Conference
eleven chosen by the Minnesota'
Daily, paper of the University of
Minnesota. One Wolverine gridder
was also selected on the second
Mdynard Morrison, center, Ivan
Williamson, captain-elect at end
and Bill Hewitt, plunging back
were the Michigan men honored.
Howard Auer, veteran tackle, was
given a post on the second eleven.
Hewitt was shifted to halfback
in order to leave a place for Jack
fullback of t h e
:. ta quarterback
;.:and Pug Rentner,
N o r t h western's
-stee 11 a rapasser
w e r e~ placed at
the other back-
field posts. Wil-
liamson s hs a r e d
the end position
with Paul Moss,
Ailey and Marvil,
Morrison powerful North-
western tackles were, given the first
Clarence Munn, All American
guard in 1930, and captain of the
Minnesota squad this season was
naturally returned to his post in
BIG TEN SELECTIONS
Moss, Purdue................. LE
Riley, Northwestern ........... LT
Munn, Minnesota ............. LG
MORRISON, MICHIGAN .......C
Marvil, Northwestern ....... RT
WILLIAMSON, MICHIGAN .... RE
Somers, Minnesota .......... QB
HEWITT, MICHIGAN .......RHB
Manders, Minnesota .......... FB
the line.' Zeller, of Indiana, receiv-
ed the other guard post. Carl Cra-
mer, Ohio State sophomore quar-
terback, was picked by the Minne-
sota 'group for the second team, as
was Ollie Olson, Northwestern back.
Greg Kabat, brilliant Wisconsin
guard was not mentioned.
TEAM WILL PLAY.
Wisconsin's basketball squad offi-
cially prizes the lid off the season
tonight when they battle the Brig-
ham Young team. The Westerners
are bringing twelve men all the. way
from Provo, Utah for the game.
They boast a novel five man offen-
sive system which has caused their
opponents great difficulty.
Elwood Romney, forward, is cap-
taining the team this season. His
play last season resulted in his se-
lection at a forward post on the
third All-American team chosen by
Coach 'Meanwell's quintet played
their first contest against the
Alumni on Wednesday evening. The
lineup that started this contest will
presumably face the Utahans. Steen
and Swan will start at forwards,
Oakes at center, and Nelson and
Poser at the, guard posts.
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