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Tournament to a oxing Fans .

SIXEEN IGH TERS
REMAINON CARD
Elimination Rounds Turn Back'
100 Boxers; No Admission
Charge to Be Made.
Michigan's first annual 'Novice
boxing, tournament will start at
7:30 o'clock tonight in the boxing
room of the Intramural building.
goach Let Philbin sent a squad of
100 fighters through an eight-week
training period for the bouts that
will be staged under his supervi-
sion tonight.
Gold and silver medals will be
awarded the fighters tonight. These
bouts are the final rounds of the
elimination tournament and both
boxersi will receiveĀ° awards. The
preliminary bouts were held last
week in the boxing'classes and on-
ly the sixteen that survived will
put on the gloves in the only fistic
tournament "of ,this semester.
A Detroit referee, yet to be an-
nounced, will be the third man in
the ring for the eight bouts. Timers
and judges will be appointed by
Coach Philbin for the affait. The
fights will go three rounds to a de-
cision if a knock out does not ter-
minate the bouts before the end
of the third round. Each session
will be- two minutes long.
Bill Pocock, 'favorite of other
cards, will be baek in action in the
featherweight d iv i s i o n. Burgturf
won .the right to fight in the wel-
terweight class as did Ver Burg in
the lightweight. -
The feature bout of the card is
placed in the hands of Kirby and
Romler, light-heavyweights. These
two fighters are the outstanding
boxers of the tournament and when
they meet fireworks will start. Coe
meets Fleker -in the middleweight
after defeating Van Vleck for the
honors.
Pair of Wolverines
Selected on Indiana
All-Opponent Squad
(S7'eMia to The Daiy)
BLOOMINGTON, Ind.,Dec. 12.-
At the request of Howard Jones,
Southern California mentor, the
Indiana. football team selected an
"all-opponent" team. Jones believes
this method to - be the fairest and
tmost logical one in picking the
mythical "all-American" t e a m.
'About 100 teams will select an "all-
opponent" team and from this the
"all-American" will be chosen.
Every man is rated on his speed,
passing, kicking, charging, etc., by
the players doing the selecting. In-
diana selected the following team:
End ......- ... Petoskey, Mich.
End ..............Moss, Purdue
Tackle .... . Marvil, Northwestern
Tackle ........ .Kurth, Notre Dame
Guard .... . Hoffman. Notre Dame
Guard............Crisman, Q.U.
Center ... . -- . . Morrison, Mich.
Quarterback .......Cramer, O.S.U.
Halfback...,Schwartz, kotre Dame
Halfback ... Rentner, Northwestern
Fullback .... Russell, Northwestern

Purdue's Star Guard

'WRES['TLING BOUTS~
REACH SEM-rINALS
Two Upsets Occur in Seventeen
Preliminary Matches of Mat
Championships.
With seventeen preliminary bouts
having been run off yesterday af-r
ternoon, today brings the semi-fi-
nals in the biggest wrestling tour-
ney of the year, the University
Championships. The matches arel
scheduled for 4 o'clock in the mat
room of the Intramural building.
This afternoon's card contains
sixteen bouts in the semi-final
round, two matches in each of the
weights. The participants in the
tourney are mostly members of the
Varsity and freshman squads, every
student being eligible except letter-
men. Coach Cliff Keen has been di-
recting the activities of the Var-
sity grapplers, while Coach Kelly
has been rounding the first year
men into shape.
In the first preliminary bouts,
there were two very unexpected up-
sets. In the 147 pound class Land-
wher spilled the dope and gained
a fall on Horner, and in the 177
pound weight Finch came through
to put it on Frisk, the favorite, pin-
ning him to the mat. Frisk's loss
of the bout was undoubtedly the
result of an injured shoulder which
he had received earlier in the af-
ternoon. This match was well un-
derway when Frisk's shoulder was
G thrown out of place; and it had to
be postponed for a while.
The largest number of competi-
tors were in the 147 pound division
in which it was necessary to run
off nine bouts before reaching the
semi-finals.

After a brilliant showing in their
first meet of the season at Toledo
last Saturday, Coach Matt Mann's
tank proteges are rounding into
shape for a pre-holiday tour of the
East on which they will meet four
of the strong tank teams of that
section. Ten men have been se-
lected to make the trip and were
granted traveling permits Monday
Iy the Michigan A:A3U.
To Swim at Cleveland.
The tour will take the Wolverine
swimmers to Cleveland Y.M.C.A.
pool Friday for the first meet. Thel
Pittsburgh Athletic Club will play
hosts to the Wolves on Dec. 19, the
following night. New York Uni-
versity will provide the opposition
for a dual meet Dec. 21 with the
New York Athletic Club providing
the finale the following night.
Men who will make the tripe in-
clude Capt. Robert Miller, Ivan
Smith, John Schmeiler, Frank Ken-
nedy, James Cristy, Taylor Drys-
dale, Richard Degener, Louis Le-
mak, Don Marcus, and Frank
Fenske.
Meet Pleases Mann.
Coach Mann was highly, plU'ased
with the showing of the swimmers
in, the Toledo meet, every man com-
ing through with an excellent per-
forpnance which bodes well for the
Michigan tank season. Although
the meet was won by only a two-
point margin, the exhibition which
_ the Maize and Blue swimmers put
on gave much better promise than
that.
Developments have made it im-
possible for the Northwestern swim-
,,mers to compete here March 19,
the second of the two meets on the
original schedule, Coach Mann an-
nounced.

Associat ed!Press Photo

Johnny Wooden, co-captain of
the Purdue basketball team who
has twice been named All Ameri-
can floor guard. He is expected to
form the backbone ok the Boiler-
maker quintet.
Squash Team Selected
for Tonight's Match
With the coming of the Intra-
mural indoor season, squash com-
petition between students and fac-
ulty has become keen. As the re-
sult of a tournament concluded
yesterday, a team has been selected
to represent both groups in a match
with the Cadillac Athletic Club
which is to be played at the Intra-
mural Building tonight at eight o'-
clock.
The following players will repre-
sent the Athletic club: Hodges
Tate, Davidow, Garcia, and Bulfor
Angell, Wilson, Reindel, Vick, and
Riskey will play for the University.

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