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Campus Wrestlers Will Meet
In Tournament in Field House

of apparatus and present teach-
ing techniques in hopes that an
interest would be created in this
relatively new field of physical
education.
Students Appear
Elementary, intermediate and
advanced stunts were demonstrat-
ed by 12 skilled male students.
Norbert Harz, Hack Coplin, John
Smetana and John Allred par-
ticipated on the high and para-
llel bats, while Chico Kennedy
and Glenn Neff displayed their
talent on the flying rings.
Bill MacGowan, who led the
cheerleaders during football sea-
son, teamed with Lyle Clark for
a workout on the buck, as well
as the side and long horse. Bal-
ancing acts done by Neff and Dick
Fashbaugh were loudly applauded
by the audience, along with a
routine of tumbling by cheer-
leaders Dave Lake, Bob Willough-
by, and Bob Schoendube.
Climaxing the clinic was an
exhibition on the trampoline by
the same versatile trio who starred
in tumbling. Front and back
somersaults, twists, pullovers and
flips were displayed to many in
the crowd who had never seen
this piece of apparatus.

Michigan's muscle men will have
a chance to show their stuff on
December 18 when the annual All-
Campus Wrestling Tournament
gets under way at the Yost Field
House.
Cliff Keen, varsity wrestling
coach, is sponsoring the affair and
urges all aspiring grapplers to
sign up. Gold medals will be
awarded to the winners in each of
the eight weight divisions.
Any regularly enrolled student
in the University is eligible to com-
pete. Members of this year's mat
squad may enter the tourney with
the exception of the returning let-
termen who will referee the
matches.
Eight Divisions
Competition will be in the fol-
lowing weight divisions: 124, 131,
139, 148, 158, 168, 178, and heavy-
weight. Each bout will consist of
three two-minute periods and the
National Inter-collegiate rules will
be observed. ,
Weighing in will take place on
December 17, with the prelimi-
Hold Those Bonds!

naries and quarter finals sched-
uler for December 18 and the
semis and finals for December 19.
The drawings will be made right
before the tourney.
The tournament should provide
a lot of thrill for everyone entered.
Coach Keen said that the men on
the squad will get a chance to "get
some competition under their
belts" before the regular season
opens in January. However, the
result of the matches will not be
conclusive toward selecting.a team.
Illinois Takes 44
To Rose Bowl Tilt
CHAMPAIGN, Ill., Dec. 7-(/P)-
The Western Conference has giv-
en permission for a squad of 44
Illinois players to make the Rose
Bowl trip, Coach Ray Eliot said
today.
The squad will practice five
days in the Illinois Armory be-
fore leaving by train for Pasa-
dena Dec. 20. They are scheduled
to arrive in time to open drill
Dec. 23.

CLIFF KEEN-wrestling coach
who announces all-campus
wrestling tournament for next
week.
Johnson Battling
WASHINGTON, Dec. 7-(IP)--
Walter Johnson, 59-year-old "Big
Train" of baseball fame, battled
for life today after a sudden turn
for the worse in his condition.

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Williamson, and the other to
Regeezi, Michigan humbled the
Bucks, 14-0. Newman converted
twice.
Next on the victory trail was a
hapless Illinois team that fell by
the way to the tune of 32-0. New-
man completed one pass to Wil-
liamson for a score while Ted Pe-
tosky made good twice on line
plunges. N
The pride of the East, Princeton
served as the Wolverine's non-
Conference opponent. On a wet,
soggy field, Michigan came from
a 7-0 deficit at the half time to
beat the Tigers 14-7 by virtue of
center Charles Bernard's block
and end zone recovery of a Prince-
ton punt, Newman's accurate
fourteen yard toss to end Willis
Ward, and Ward's safety in the
Princeton end zone. The repre-
sentatives of Old Nassau returned
humbled to their New Jersey con-
fines.
Back in Big Ten play, ano-
ther muddy day, this time at
Bloomington, Indiana, held
Michigan to a ground attack
as an end run by Newman in
the last period of play eked out
a 7-0 Maize and Blue win.
Against Chicago it was the same
old story. Newman and Michigan
proved too much for the Maroons
as the Wolverine quarterback cir-
cled the flanks twice for success-
ful touchdown jaunts to give
Michigan a 12-0 victory.
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