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Cappot, fii[Is ig en ciham ;s
DISHOPS OPEN SEASON
In the absence of Coach Veenker o
who is out of town Franklin Cap-, K
pon put the Wolverine Varsity bask-
etball squad through' its Tirst drill1
on the Yost Field House floor Mon-
day night. For the first time this
season a distinction was made 'be-
tween the Varsity and Junior Var-
sity squads, with t the '13" team
players remaining at the Intramu-
ral building under Coach Court'
Ten men were transfered to the
permanent lair of the Wolves, while
at least three more will be added
within 'the course of two or three.f
weeks. Captain Chapman leads the
squad which is working out now
with Lovell, Weiss, Jones, Jennett,
Ricketts, Dougal, Downing, Terrell,
and Garner' comprising the re-
mainder of that list, while Daniels'
and Truskowski will 'be out after
football season. Kanitz is expected
to report as soon as he has recov-
ered from his recent operation.
Await Ohio Quint.
This squad will hold practices
four times a week until Coach Veen -
ker returns and then it will begin
its regular schedule of drills in
preparation for the first game with
Ohio Weslyan. To repeat the suc-
cess of bast season and bring an-
other Conference championship to
Michigan, Coach Veenker will b~e
faced with the problem of finding
two guards to fill the gaps left by
lBose and McCoy. (
These. two men were the main-
stays of the Michigan team last
season both offensively and defen-
sively. Rose started the offensive
plays, and with. McCoy kept the
two best scorers on the opposing
teams down to one and one-half'
baskets a game. This work makes
their graduation a severe blow to
Veenker's plans, and necessitates
the finding of two men above the
ordinary to fill their shoes.
LettermenAre Available. i
Kanitz, Chapman, Lovell, and
Truskowski all won letters last year
but Lovell is the only guard of the I
group who might take his place
in the Varsity line-up.I
The freshman squad under Coach
Fisher is exceptionally large this
year and is practicing at the Wat-
erman Gym until a cut in the
squad is made before the squad.
moves down to the Field house
where they practice most of the
SENIORIS WIN CLASS TEST. j
A brilliant senior lit tleam surged
through a stalwart junior forward
wall yesterday afternoon on South
Ferry field to annex interclass
speedball honors by a score of 1-0.
Walaitis and Marx were the leaders
in the offense of the winners.
o[ this in
TT, BAY CITY SOPHOMORE1,
STARS AS WOLVERINEFLNE'
ITO-" hli, is the thirltenth nf a
o~f ,u tidls concerning Mihignnl the 1932 yearling scju<ad by Coach
crs Another wilt iaprar in an I F'isher, Hewitt made his bid for a
crn of iP ul G oebel who regular p si ~t a=yt t tiovery be-!j
e Uive ,rsity of MVichligan jgnig rtenr>.jlata~
n e yea-,r of prep school 1 la in the subsequenui games has i
'made good thiat bid. Oiie of the
<periencc at Gxratnd Rap- hardest men on the entire squadj
i to) becomile ere o thc I he is a terror to the opposing ruin-
g flankers in the history ; ners and inter ierenec. Il [e repeAtted-
~tilu tion is thfe case of ly has taken out two or three nmn
t. Rewitt only received ! fomi the interference protecting a
one letter inI runner to allow the hialfback to
football a n d or tackle to dIrag downr the ball-
cric i'n t'25' toter.
k e t bi a 11 l at A deadly receiver of past es, Hew-;
"H~y city Cen- .!t is an ever valuable inu n on the
teal bat in offensive, but it is rnainzly his bard
....... ., v c lean tackling and blocking which
thlgyo ro om laie
di n i t mPae 6t pho ro one Irea cty
Afte.r Michigan had battered
:'FRESHMAN ELVEFN ENCOUNTERS
PHYSICAL DS IN FINAL GAME
(Contine.Fo Page G) I An evendUy balanced offense and
SWithout a doubt the freshman defense marked the work of Tad
line-up will also be the wane as! Wieman's team last week. Although
9 hat which s ,trte last wieek's game.I no outstanding star was discovered
h anuel and Horner will be at the the team as a whole functioned well
flank positions, Savage and 'rhisk ;.aid. proved its worth both ingan
giwill be at th4 tackle posts,. Bla nck i ithrusts of go n the i yearlin tping backs.th
II ad Mrcarhy illtakecar oa If any player or players' could be
the guard positions, and Solberg; said to have looked. better than any
will be at center. The backfield will others in the other game, it was
shape uip with Newman at quarter, i is and Tes,5mer, both Physical
Podlewski and Cox at the halves, Ed backs that would deserve theI
and Strong at fullback. praise.
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