; F'EBRtTARY 20, 1930
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ORWIG HAS PROVED VERSATILE
IN ATHLETICS DURING CAREER X ramu
Representing one of the out-
standing reasons why Coach Veen'
ker has had one of the best bas-
ketball teams in the country dur- - :
the past two seasons, Bill Orwig has
not confided his athletic abilities
entirely to the hardwood court.
Both in high school and in the uni-
versity he has competed in foot- tr..
ball, baseball, and swimming in ad-
dition to holding a regular berth on
the basketball Varsity. I:
While attending Scott high of ;
Toledo Orwig won two letters in
basketball and one in football as
well as being a member of the
swimming team. It was, at Scott
high that he began his basketball
career in a manner which promised
much of the brilliance later shown
at Michigan. Teamed with WertzJ
who latter bepame the leading scor-
er in the Ohio Conference while_
playing at Ohio Wesleyan, this pair'
formed one of the flashiest com-
binations ever turned out in the
Orwig's other big sport while at,
Scott was football although he also
bompeted on the first string swim-
ming team. On the gridiron he
held a regular berth as an end at I
which position he could make the.
best use of his height and weight.
During his freshman year at;
Michigan he was a member of the
yearling football, basketball, and
baseball squads. Although Orwig Bill Orwig.
won his numeral on the baseball
team this is the only one of these His chief athletic abilities have
three sports in which he has not been directed towards basketball; in
since won a major letter. He won this sport he is now competing for
his M in football during his junior
year but due to ineligibility he was his third and last season as one
forced to remain out of competi- of the most valuable of Coach
tion last season. - Veenker's charges.
Leagues End Schedules
Class "A" basketball teams are
gradually qualifying for the cham-
pionship series. Seven leagues outI
of fifteen have been completed.
The league winners so far are Phi
Alpha Delta, Beta Theta Pi, Phi
Epsilon Kappa, Delta Sigma Delta,
Sigma Nu, Chi Phi ard Psi Omega. I
None of the ten class "B" leagues,
have been completed.
Four Independent teams are
league winners and await the
League playoffs. They are Pole
Katz, Rockets, Michiganders and,
Zicks. Four class teams are win-I
ners to date, namely: Jr. Dents
.Collins), Senior Lits (Schiller),
Soph. Phy. Eds. (Maksimowicz)
and Jr. Eng. (Zanoff).
Seven new leagues are now being
started, two Hillel Foundation
leagues of five teams each, one
Church League of four teams, a,
Freshman league of six teams and
three rooming house leagues of
four teams each..
-Reaftor Is Chosen ring Golf Season
ral News as Tennis Head Awaited by Players
(Continued From Page 6)
ability to come back i the face of
Last Year's Champions heavy odd. He exhibited the stuff
Defeated by Sigma Nul that makes champions when lhe
klost miserably to Abe Mitchell last
Last year's fraternity champions, year and then immediately turned
Phi Sigma Kappa, fell by the way- about and insulted golfdom by
side in a tightdgame Tuesday winning the British Open. But
night, Sigma Nu defeating them G hti eietepit
to 4. This proved to be, quite a that is beside the point.
surprise as Phi Sigs were thought Sarazen has been well up in the
to have a team capable of repeat- first ten in most of the tourneys
ing again this year. 1 for the past year or so. Although
Phi Sigma Kappa Sigma Nu hi-s record of wins has been slight
C. Tusch....R.F.,J. t. Clair he stands as a threat to any proud
N. Kelly.....L. F.. . . .J. Shannon f
K. Kemple .... C... ...S. Myers 1 champion. The winning of the
Cornwell.....R. G........Leahy Agua Caliente purse by the little
Unger .. ....L. G. ....;.BauerItalian surprised everyone but
Zimmerman . L. G. .'. himself. According to him he
f ( "just felt good" on the last day's
Kipke to PrepareR do play. And when a golfer feels that
Spr Dgeac D y 1way after the first few holes turn
sportDige tF&Ah Day up-your toes.
If memory means anything, Den-
Coach Harry Kipke, Michigan's ny Shute stands as having been
football mentor, composes a daily the medalist in se/eral tourneys of
sport digest which is broadcast at Assocted tress Photo ithe year before and then we sud-
5:35 o'clock each afternoon over Louis B. Dailey, denly find him winning the big
Station WJBK, Ypsilanti. Perti-- Young realtor from New York ones. The same thing happened
nent events in the world of sport City who has been nominated for to Horton Smith. It may be an in-
are the subject of the talk,. 'which the position of president of the dication or warning to watch out
is' sponsored by Greene's Cleaners United States Lawn Tennis associ- for the young upstarts whose game
and Dyers of Ann Arbor. Once ation. Dailey was named by the gets them the medal and then
each week Kipke gives the digest association's nominating commit- j cracks. When they settle down they
in person. tee in its last- meeting. are dangerous to the old timers.
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