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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Western Ontario
Ls Wolverine Foe
Tomorrow Night.
Canadian Hockey Outfit
Will Be Last Opposition
Until Jan. 7
L wery Pessimistic
Reid, David, Crossman,
Sherf, Chapman, Jewell
In StartingLineup
Michigan's Varsity hockey team
will see its third action of the seasona
when the ice outfit from the Univer-
sity of Western Ontario invades the
arena here tomorrow night. The con-
test is slated for 8 o'clock, and will
be the last one before Jan. 7, follow-
ing the present schedule.
The Western Ontario team has had
a successful season so far, according
to report, having beaten several
teams from Toronto, hockey capital
of the world. Precise information on
the team is not available, but the re-
ports. received here leave Coach Ed.'
Lowrey doubtful of . success for the
Wolverines in the comang fray, ac-
cording to a statement he made yes-
terday.
Team Is Strong
The Wolves have a sextet judged'
by many to be the strongest Maize'
and Blue ice team in the history of
the sport here. After a poor start,
in which the outfit barely managed
to defeat the White Star A. C. of De-
troit 2-1 by a lucky goal, they came
back last Tuesday night to win a
thrilling game from the Chatham'
Athletic Club by a score of 6-2.
The victory was the more impres-
sive because the Canadians obvious-
ly had a smooth machine, but Michi-
gan began to click in the second pe-
riod for the first time this season.
Coach Lowrey has been given the
team steady work since that contest,
w(ith satisfactory results. The lineup
will be the same as that starting the
C: atham game with Reid, David and'
Crossman in the forward line and
Sherf and Chapman at the defense.'
Jrwell, whose performance in both
ames was a feature, will defend the
-oal._
A.K.L. Wins Fourth Title
With Speedball Record'
A new record was, established in
the Interfraternity speedball com-
petition when Alpha Kappa Lambda
won the championship for the fourth"
consecutive time. The championship
match was played on a wet, slippery'
field between the A. K. L. team and

Cagers Work On
Shooting; Defense
hIprovement Seen
Extensive basket shooting practice
was ordered by Coach "Cappy" Cap-
pon for his Varsity cagers yesterday
afternoon. Inability to make shots
count spelled disaster in the first two
games of the season, and every effort
is being extended to correct the fault.
Although improvements can be
made, the defensive play of the team
against M. S. C. was satisfactory, ac-
cording to Coach Cappon, and
showed a great improvement over
the brand of defensive work shown
in the Western State game last week.
The Varsity was sent through a
short scrimmage against the reserves,
and many substitutes were used in
an attempt to find the combination
that works best together.
Date Is Se F or
Last Cut In Frosh
Basketball S qua d
The start of the basketball season
finds the freshman squad hard at
work preparing for a strenuous series
of workouts with the Varsity squad.
The frosh team are the ones who
scrimmage against the regulars using
the plays of their next opponent.
This year's team has a lot of good
material that will develop into a
strong squad before the season is
over, according to Coach Ray Fisher.
Squad Numbers Twenty
At the present time there are about
twenty men out for practice but there
will be three or four men dropped at
the start of the Christmas vacation.
The remaining men will probably
compose the squad for the rest of
the season.
The men who look the best up to
date in the practice sessions have
mostly had experience on high school
teams in various parts of the coun-
try. The most outstanding forwards
are: Ford, Evans, Levine, Miller and
Triplehorn who was on the frosh
football team. The best looking
guards are: Tomagno, McCallem, and
Jablonski.
In addition to these men there areC
several men who have been trans-
ferred from forward to the guard
position and may bid strongly for a
position. The best centers to date
are Joselin and Silverman who both
look petty good.
Theta Xi. The game went to the
A. K. L.'s by a score of 5-2 and was
their 35th straight victory in the past
four years.
Four of the men, Becker, Friend,
Wise and Irwin, have been on the
team since the winning streak began.
The fraternity will receive a silver
cup designating the championship.

Mann To Have
Swim Team In
Handicap Meets
Exhibition Engagements
Sought For; Traveling
To Be By Automobile
Expenses Are Cut

From :he
PRESS BOX

By John Thomas

Degener To Give
Show In South
The Holidays
In an attempt to make

Diving
During
the swim-

ming team as nearly self-supporting
as possible Coach Matt Mann plans
to have his natators swim in several
exhibition meets this winter, as well
as holding weekly handicap meets in
the Intramural pool for local school
children and both co-eds and male
students.
A certain sum is guaranteed the
team by the sponsors of out-of-town
exhibitions and the 25 cents charges
for spectators at the Friday night
handicap meets will also go into the
swimming treasury.
Set Opening Date
Coach Mann has tentatively set
Jan. 20 for the date of the first of
the handicap meets. This will only
be held in event he is unable to ar-
range a contemplated exhibition at
Culver, Ind., for that evening. He is
also angling for an exhibition en-
gagement in Indianapolis Jan. 20.
The only exhibition engagement
definitely made thus far is to be held
at Battle Creek, Jan. 12.
To Go By Auto
Mann announced that all traveling
this year would necessarily be by au-
tomobile, due to the reduction made
in the swimming appropriations
made by the Board in Control of
Athletics, at its meeting Saturday.
Dick Degener said yesterday that
he was certain of going to Florida
during the holidays to give a diving'
exhibition during the Women's Na-
tional Swimming Tournament, to be
held Dec. 30 and 31. The meet will
be held in the Roman Pool in Miami.
Entrance For Handball,
Squash Tourneys Open
Two more All-Campus tourna-
ments, sponsored by the Intramural
Department, will take place in the
near future, The first, a squash
tournament, will begin January 18.
The entries close January 16. The
second is a handball tournament
which will begin January 16. The
entries for this close Jan. 12. Entry
blanks for both events may be ob-
tained in the lobby of the Intramural
building.

ONE REASON that Michigan gets
good material for its football
team, year after year, according to
Mr. Richard Remington, referee of
high school football games in Mich-
igan, is that the high schools in
Michigan produce outstanding play-
ers and outstanding teams year after
year.
Former All-State players are now
on the Wolverine roster and will be
in the future. One Michigan star won
the coveted award just six years ago,
while most of them were on teams of
two, three, and four years ago.
Damm, DeBaker, Newman, Ever-
hardus, Bernard, and a host of others
are playing for Michigan after star-
ring for a high school eleven in this
state. Next year the freshman class
will include at least two of the All-
State backfield of this year.
Paul Beaubien of Flint Central is
considering entering Michigan and
Ferris Jennings of Ann Arbor, has
already decided to take the step. The
former is about 5 feet nine inches
and weighs over 185. He is extremely
fast, often outrunning fleet halfbacks
that carry 30 less pounds.
Jennings was All-State basketball
player last year and is the quarter-
back for this season on the mythical
team. He is being called the best
player of a decade. He was practi-
cally all Ann Arbor had this year
and he only lost one game this sea-
son, that by one point. Beaubien's
team was undefeated and untied.
* f
AS NOTRE DAME took the ball
from the nine to the five yard
line by passes, a march of 86 yards,
many radio listeners were wondering
just what Harry Newman could have
done with his aerial attack against
the Trojans.
After reading the press dispatches
from Los Angeles we have been won-
dering where the radio announcers
got off with their thrilling account.
It seems that most everyone was
struck with Notre Dame's poorness
and but few had words of praise for
the home team. Evidently it was not
such a good game as reported
through the voices of the radio an-
nouncers.
''HERE will be less money at the
end of the golfing rainbow this
winter, but the competition for the
$40,000 or so, will be just as keen as
when there was in the neighborhood
of $100,000. The reduction in prize
money probably will reduce the num-
ber of players but the golf will be
just as good.
The pros who do not figure to par-
ticipate to any great extent in the
prize money ruay not feel disposed
to risk carfare and hotel expenses,
but the stars will be in there shoot-
ing for the cash.
T HE NET baseball season may
bring an answer to the question
whether the team makes the man-
ager or the manager makes the team.
Lew Fonseca will have an able
corps of players in White Sox uni-
forms in 1933 and may have a
chance to show that with competent
material he can win ball games.
JOE CRONIN, new manager of the
Washington Senators, becomes
the youngest manager in either ma-
jor league for many years. Joe, at 26,
is younger than was Bucky Harris
when he was made manager ofthese
same Senators, and Stanley Ray-
mond was known for many years
as the "Boy Manager."
Rogers Hornsby was 29 when he
became manager of the St. Louis
Cardinals, George Sisler was 30 when
he took over the St. Louis Browns,
and Tris Speaker only 31 when he

became boss of the Cleveland In-
dians.

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