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DAY, DEC. 6,1932 T HE MICHIGAN DAILY
7estern State Defeats Michigan 37-31 In Opening Game O S

PAGE THREE
eason

Eveland Shares

4 s«x.

Vidal Scores First Of The Army Touchdowns

Scoring Honors
With PeteHana
Wolves Suffer Third Loss
Opening Game Since
aD;09; Altenhof Stars
B- FRED A. HUBER
Ei:rdcm:' Varsity basketball team,
ing " very inexperienced and
o tand of play, dropped the
, ninm 'ourt game of the season to
2 fast-moving squad from Western
St' Teachers' College 37 to 31.
The defeat, which was only the
: ffered by a Maize-and-Blue
cn .quad in an opening game in
.)urt history here was a deserved
one. Michigan repeatedly failed to
Score on wide-open shots, and in ad-
l Irlft the visiting five unguarded
wIn n:Umd>:7S occasions.
ia: was~ slow during the first half,
.ili ppers assuming an early
i _1 , icng tom by Al Pugno, for-
ward. Captain
Pete Hanna was
. fouled by Ray
{ Altenhof and
converted. D e f
Eveland, Mich-
igan captain, also
scored on a char-
ity toss and Pe-
trie put the
Wolves in strik-
ing distance by
rgistering on a
EVELAND penalty toss.
Kalamazoo
then lengthened their lead on Han-
na's goal and three Western State
free throws, and was never headed
throughout the remainder of the
game.
The Wolverines played slow ball,
missing golden o p p o r t u n i t i e s
throughout the game, their scoring
coming in spurts. Kalamazoo, on the
other hand, played heads-up basket-
ball, converting 9 fouls ou$ of 13
attempts, while the Wolves scored
but 5 charity tosses of the 15 tried.
Ray Altenhof starred for the
Maize-and-Blue cagers on the de-
fense, in addition to registering 8
points. Pete Hanna and Captain
Eveland shared scoring honors with
12 points apiece, while Harold Leip-
han's floor game was outstanding for
the winners. One of Michigan's great-
est drawbacks was the failure of Ed
Garner, towering center, to play up+
to expectations. Garner's work was
rather odious on the whole.
The Lineups
Western State G F P T
Pugno, rf... . ... 3 0 0 6
Heckathorn........0 0 0 0
Hana, if ............. 5 2 2 12
Huttenga..... ... 0 0 0 0
Perigo, c .. .'.......3 4 4 10
Binkley,c..........0 0 1 0
Miller, rg..........1 2 4 4I
Den Herder, rg......0 1 2 11
Laeven, rg .........0 0 0 0
Leiphan, lg .......... 2 0 2 4
Farnum, lg.........0 0 1 0

Hockey Squad
Meets Chatham
Team Tonioht
Visitors Are Favored With
Three Victories In The
Last Three Meetings
Michigan's Varsity rink team will
try to make it two in a row for the
first brace of contests with Detroit
and Ontario sextets when the Wolves
battle the strong Chatam outfit to-
night at 8 o'clock in the Coliseum at
the foot of Hill street here. Last
week the Maize and Blue tallied a
victory in the opening game of the
season by defeating the White Star'
A. C. team of Detroit, 2-1.
In last week's game several faults
were noticeable in the play of the
Michigan team; this is a common
feature of an opener in any sport.
During the past week Coach Ed Low-
rey of the pucksters had been drilling
his aggregation steadily to eliminate
these defects, and tonight's contest
promises hockey of a better caliber
than thathdisplayed last Tuesday.
Chatham defeated the Wolverines
three times in the three contests of
last season, and they have beaten!
the Haley A. C. of Detroit this sea-
son, 1-0 in three overtime periods.
They will line up with Peardon at
goal, Sadlier and Reynolds on the
defense, Murrell at center, and Stev-
ens and Riseborough on the wings.
Alternates will be Hayes, Hinnegan,
Coatesworth, and Doughty.
Coach Lowery has announced that
he will use a revised line-up, moving
John Sherf back to a defense posi-
tion. The forward line will be made
up of Keith grossman, Emmy Reid
and George David. Ted Chapman will
be at the other defense position while
Johnny Jewel will mind the net.
Admission will be 35 cents for the
student body, identification cards be-
ing required. Outsiders will pay 75
cents.
Speedball Championship
At State In Title Game

B' Team Displays
Power In Downing
Turnverein 30-15
Michigan's "B" basketball squad
,cored a decisive victory over the De-
troit Turnverin quint in the open-1
ing game at Detroit Saturday night.
The Detroit team, although composed
of a number of good players includ-
ing several former City College stars,
was no match for the Wolverines and
never seriously threateneed the lead
taken by the visitors in the early
part of the first quarter. Michigan
led 12 to 6 at the half, the final
score being 30 to 15.
Coach Ray Courtright was very
well satisfied with the form shown by
the squad in winning the opener. He
was especially pleased with the ex-
cellent passing attack exhibited by
the cagers. The Jayvees also played
a good game defensively.
Akershoek Stars
Nine men were taken on the trip
by Courtright. Plummer, Babcock,
Black, and Oliver alternated at for-
ward, Wistert and Akershoek shared
the center postiion, while Petoskey,
Nichols, and Teitelbaum were the
guards taken. Hal Akershoek led the
squad in scoring with two baskets
and three free throws for a total of
seven points. He also played a stellar
game. Plummer and Teitelbaum shar-
ed second honors with three baskets
each. Poser, a forward, starred for
the losers, sinking two baskets and
one free throw for five of their 15
points.
The "B" team is to play its next
game Thursday night in Windsor
against an independent amateur
team known as the Windsor Colle-
giates.

Pop Warner Turns
In Resignation As
Trojan Grid Head
PALO ALTO, Calif., Dec. 5.-(Spe-
cial)-One of the most famous foot-
ball coaches in the history of the
game has handed in his resignation.
Glen (Pop) Scobley Warner tendered
his resignation to the Stanford Uni-
versity authorities today. "Pop's"
fadeout marks the end of eleven
years of coaching at Stanford.
The resignation was announced in
a telephone call to Dr. Thomas A.
Storey, director of athletics at the
University.
"Pop" has coached some of the
most famous teams in the country.
He coached the Carlisle Indians in
the days of yore when the Indians
were one of the best teams in the
country. They gave the better-known
teams of the East some of the big-
gest surprises in the football game's
history with their new style of play.
Warner, after leaving the Indian
"reservation" went to Pittsburgh and
turned out some of the best teams
in the records of that school.

(Associated Press Photo)
The beginning of the end for the fighting Navy team came when "Pick" Vidal, Army's stellar back, dove
across the Middies goal for the first score. Vidal was the outstanding back in the first clash between the
Army and Navy teams in three years and was the big stumbling block in Midshipmen's path. The Navy went
down with flying colors under the flashy running and passing attack of the Army and nearly came back to
score in the last period.

NOW

From the
PRESS BOX
By John Thomas
"DEAR EDITOR: I have not no-
ticed the Michigan golf team
played up as much as some of the
other minor sports on the sports page
this year. We have probably the best
collegiate golfers in the country and
they are seldom mentioned at all in
the paper of their own school.
This may enlighten you as to the
importance .of the golf squad. Last
year, our golf team finished second
in the. National Intercollegiate meet
for team honors and first for indi-

vidual honors."

(A Golf Fan)

* * *
MICHIGAN golf teams, for thel
past 11 years, show the best rec-
ord of any school in the Western
Conference..
Our -of 54 dual matches played,
the Wolverines have won 45, tied 2,
and lost 7. In 1927, '28, '29 and '30,
twenty conference dual meets were
won in succession. In the years 1922,
'23, 25, '28, and '29, all the dual
matches were won. 22 meets out of
31 were won, and 2 were tied, in 1924,
'26, '27, '30, '31, and '32. The two ties
were in 1931 with each Illinois and
Purdue. Of the seven matches lost,
three were taken by Illinois, one by
each Purdue, Chicago, Northwestern,
and Ohio State.
In the conference final meets,

45 Men Enter
Golden Gloves-
Preliminaries
12 Boxers To Representi
University In Fights To-
morrow And Wednesday
Entries in the Southeastern Michi-
gan Amateur Boxing Tournament,
closed Saturday night with a total
of 45 men entered. Of these 13 were
students enrolled in the various col-
leges of the University. The last men
to file entries were Joe Black and
Wilfred Smith.
Black, a welterweight, is by far the
outstanding freshman boxer on the
campus, according to Vernon Larsen,
who is coaching the fighters. The
17-year-old Grosse Pointer has had
very little experience in the ring but
has displayed great natural ability.
Smith, the other late entry, is
something of a darkhorse, although
he has fought several amateur fights
in Detroit.
The complete list of 'University
boxers entered follows: Bantam-
weight: Isadore Zucker and Dave
Gallup.'
Featherweight: Joe Oakley and'
George Rice. Lightweight: Dave Gol-
deen, Charley Verberg and Carlj
B u r g t o r f. Welterweight: Milton
Schloss, Lee Shaw, Art Decker and
Joe Black. Middleweight: Andre
Gunn and Wilfred Smith.
Boxers who will represent Ypsi
Normal are: Joe Goldberg and Gil-t
bert Patch, lightweights; Obe Wil-
liams, Bantam; Ferris Newman and
Jack Starwass, light-heavy, and Wal-
ter Stanfield, welter.{
The bouts will be refereed by Clar-
ence Rosen, a former professional
fighter from Detroit. Coach Let Phil-
bin and Frank Lathrop have been I
chosen to judge the fights.hAble sec-
onds for every fighter have been as-
sured by the hiring of several former
professional seconds.
Tickets for tomorrow night's fightsi
may be obtained for 40 cents at the
Parrot Lunch Room, Abbott Gas Sta-I
tions and Slater's Book Store. The
first bout is scheduled for 8 o'clock
and with approximately 20 fights toF
be run off before the semi-finalists
are selected, it may be 12 or later
before the weary officials are through.t
Only the semi-final and final roundsI
will be fought on Friday night.
WhatlIs Your
Afer-Xmas Price
For An Overcoat?
$15-$18 -$20-$22

Newberry Wins
Hbckey Final;
McClean Stars
Dormitory Wrests Cup
From Kappa Deltas In
Thrilling 1-0 Victory 1
Taking advantage of one of the
few breaks of a closely fought con-
test, Joe McLean, dribbling the ball
the entire length of the field, made
the only score and brought the
Women's Intramural hockeycham-
pionship to Helen Newberry, wrest-
ing a cup two years in possession of
-Kappa Delta.
Within forty seconds of the end of
the first half, when Newberry was
forced onto defensive play within
their own scoring circle, the break
came. A short pass to put the ball
in scoring .position for Kappa .Delta
was muffed, and McLean came in,
sent the ball out in mid-field, and
following it up alone, took it straight
down to the other end for a score.
Delts Threaten
In the second half Kappa Delta
threatened to score twice, once early
in the half, and again at the close
of the chapter. Dalby and Anning,
passing back and forth, got the ball
within the scoring circle. A free hit
brought the ball to within a yard of
the goal. Twice Van Slyke, Newberry
goal-keeper, was forced to kick it out
to prevent a score. Finally Kehrer
sneaked it out and passed it down to
Arnold at mid-field, who started
down an open field between her and
the opponents' goal just as the final
whistle was blown.
Offensive play was rather desultory
on the part of both teams, but on the
offense it was a different story.
Kehrer blocked another threat for
Helen Newberry, and Thomas was
another mainstay in the dorm's de-
fense mechanism. Anning and Dalby
were main-stays inthe Kappa Delt
defense.
Helen Newberry Pos. Kappa Delta
Stram ......... R W...... Marshall
McLean ........ IR........W. Lee
Thomas ........CF .........Dalby
Arnold .........IL........Anning
Whitcher ...... LW ........ H. Lee
Cutler......... R H .......St. John
Kehrer .........C H........ Cooper
Smith.........L H........ Snyder
Monks .........RB..... Goodenow
Walker ........ LB....... England
Van Slyke .......G.......... Riker
Goal-McLean (Newberry).

Fraternity speedball will end today
with the championship game be-
tween Alpha Kappa Lambda, title-
holders for the last two years, and
Theta Xi. Theta Xi last Thursday
beat Delta Sigma, who was favored
to reach the finals, and earned the
right to be one of the finalists.
Alpha Kappa Lambda became one of
the finalists with its 16-6 victory over
Delta Upsilon two weeks ago. The
championship match will take place
at the Intramural building at 4:15
P. M.
Former 'M' Man Wins
Michigan State Letter
EAST LANSING, Dec. 5. - (A") -
George Squier, 215 - pound tackle
from Benton Harbor, has a passport
to both the "M" club of Michigan
and the Varsity Club of Michigan
State.
Squier was included among 20
Spartans who earned major letters
and gold footballs during the past
gridiron season. He had previously
won his "M" at Michigan during the
1926 season.

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Totals.........14 9 16 37
Michigan G F P T
Plummer, rf ......... 0 0 2 0
Allen, rf...........1 0 0 2
Black, rf...... ...0 0 0 0
Eveland,if...........4-. 4 3 12'
Garner, c ........3 0 3 6
Altenhof,rg.........4 0 1 8
Nichols,rg........0 0. 0 0
Petrie, lg ... ... . ..1 1 2 3
Petoskey, lg.......0 0 1 0
Total...........13 5 12 31
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Michigan has an
1922 team, 2nd,

1923
1924
1925
1926
1927
1928
1929
1932
1931
1932

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enviable past:
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individual, 5th
individual, 1 & 4
individual, 2nd
individual, 4th
individual, 5th
individual, 4th
individual, 2 & 3.
individual, 2nd
individual, 5th

1st, individual, 1 & 5

Last year, Michigan finished sec-
ond for team honors in the National
Intercollegiate golf championship
meet, but due to Johnny Fisher's
splendid work,took first for the in-
dividual title.

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In preparation for the pre-vacation de-
mand for hats and shoes we have selected
two feature items.
$3.50 HATS. Styled the same as our
finer five dollar h.ats. We are showing
Afghan browns and pearl greys. Nar-
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$3.95 SHOES. Several styles have been
selected from our stock to be featured
at this remarkably low price.

Over forty-eight years' experience in the say
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given this bank an enviable position among in-
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always at the service of our clients.
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HOW TO AVOID BONERS

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and We'll Meet It

Christmas Cards
may be mailed in
Unsealed Envelopes
at 1 12c Postage
This is third class mail; the en-
velope should not be sealed nor
should any written communica-
tion be enclosed. The words
"Merry Christmas," "Greetings"
and "Happy New Year" are
permissable together with the
name and address of the sender.

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FREE OF CHARGE
on each 10 cents worth of
CHRISTMAS CARDS
purchased at
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Stationery and Typewriter Store
314 South State Street

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a person is safe from contagious
disease if he is intoxicated!

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over any of these fine over.
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ESTABLISHED 1843

But no college man ever pulls
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teeth. There's something about a
pipe and tobacco that soothes a man,
helps him think straight. That is, of
course, if he uses the right tobacco.
A recent investigation showed Edge-

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In addition, we are offering a discount of 20% on all Christmas
Card purchases of ten cents or over. .
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