THE MICHIGAN DAILY
FRIDAY, APRIL 10, 1931 "
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Franklin C. Czppon, Assistant
Athletic Director of the University
of Michigan, has been appointed
head basketball coach for next sea-
son to succeed George Veenker, it
was announced yesterday by the
Board in Control of Athletics. Cap-
pon has been serving in the capa-
city of assistant coach of the cage
sport for the past several years.
At the same time it was announc-
ed that Bennie G. Oosterbaan; who
also has been acting as one of the
basketball tutors, has been named
first assistant to Cappon.
Another event of importance that
transpired at the Board in Control
meeting was the appointment of
Harry Kipke, head football coach,
to the position of a general coach.
That means that Kipke will assist
in basketball and perhaps in some
other sport when he is not direct-
ing the activities of the gridmen.
One new mentor was added to
the list of Michigan coaches when
Wally Weber, former Wolverine i
athlete, was signed to serve as a(
general coach here next-fall. Webe:
will first be assigned to helping get
the grid team into condition, but
the capacity in which he will serveI
later on has not yet been decided.
Webdr has been serving in recent'
years as a coach at Benton Harbor'
High school where he was turned
out some strong teams. He just
recently signed a contract to coach
BattleCreek High, but wad wleased
by that institution when it was
learned that he would get an ap-
pointment to the Michigan staff of
The necessity of a new cage coach
came about when George Veenker,
last year's mentor, accepted the po-
,ition as head football coach ata
Iowa State next season. Veenker
has for several years been trying
to get a position as gridiron direc-
tor at some institution, and when'
the chance came this fall he took
it immediately, although he regret-
ed leaving Michigan to take the
T ciads Wil ReturnWednesday
For Vacation Workouts
On Ferry Field.
Approxinately 20 trackmen will1
return to Ann Arbor next Wednes-
day to resume their daily workouts
on Ferry field in preparation for
the annual Drake relays to be held
at Des Moines, Iowa on April 24
and 25. On the basis of trials held
yesterday Coach Charles Hoyt an-
nounced the list of these requested
to return for early practice, from
which group will be selected the
squad to make the trip.
A high wind blowing down the
field offered a serious obstacle to
the runners, and served to make
the times for most of the eventsl
rather unimpressive. H o w e v e r,
f-e~A44_ CC~~ Coach Hoyt is anticipating a suc-
cessful conquest of the competition
Former assistant who has re- at Drake and plans to work the
ceived the appointment as head squad hard next week.
basketball coach for next year. q
Cappon takes the position left va--I Although impeded by the wind onl
cant when George F. Veenker re-- the final sprint of the 440 yard run,'
signed to become head football Ulading turned in a good perfor-
coach at the University of Iowa. man ce to beat out Eknovich and
Turner, who crossed the finish line
"t the same moment. DeBaker took
fourth in this race, while Russell,
INDOOR PROGRAM ho di" not run will also be count-
ed in on the one mile relay team to.
race at Drake.
Johnson Wins Pentathalon With } In the sprints To an, Wolverine'
.h . Secolored flash, beat out Campbell
Shinik Second.-l and Murray. The latter offered the
surprise of the day by finishing butf
The final events on the Freshman a step behind Campbell in the cen-
indoor program were run off yes- tury. Noyes and Smyth did not
terday afternoon at Waterman run, but are scheduled to complete1
gymnasium. Yesterday's activities the Wolverine sprint relays. Coach
completed the indoor season for 1Hoyt plans on entering four of
the first year stadents, and after these men in both the 440 yard
the vacation period they will begin = 1 I yard relay events.
work in various sports. Austin, holder of the Conference1
In the pentathalon F. L. John- ti1 in the two mile indoor event,'
son came through with the highes'. ily took the honors in the half-
total for the five events to take the Iml event, with Wolfe trailing him1
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W EST ANNOUNCES
GYMNAST AW ARDS
Announcement of the freshman
gymnastic awards was made yester-
day by Coach West. The list of
men to receive awards in thih sport
follows: G. David Lauch, Charles
J. De Putron, Robert D. Ferrar, Ja-
cob Follmer, Harold R. Hancock,
Edward F. Kelly, David R. Kovac,
Estok Menton, Joseph T. Paull, Hil-
ton A. Ponto, Paul L. Pryor, and
John H. Skinner.
o'P I U4i a7JLF
in Control of AthleticsI
April 11 as Date for
Opening of Links.
According to an announcement
made yesterday by the Board in
Control of Athletics. the new $400,-
000 University Golf course will be
officially opened Saturday, April 11,
weather permitting. Since no tickets
have been printed as yet, the regu-
lar straight rate will be required
for a few days.
This new course, which is the
fourth 18 hole course, entirely own--
ed and operated by a University is
ranked, with the best courses in the
The student fees for the course,
as announced by the Board, will be
50 cents for eighteen holes, with a
bargain ticket of 10 for $4.50. Ac-
cording to the plan devised by the
administration two or more stud-
ents may use the same book.
Ray Courtright, Varsity tennis
and golf coach, will have charge of
the new course until the end of the
school year. Although no official
announcement has been made, this
may necessitate the relinquishment
of his tennis coaching duties. Com-
plete repair and storage facilities
will be provided at the old farm-
house situated on the golf course
Ihe complete set of rules which
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Bobby Jones had no comment to he goes about the business of mak- Fields Well.
make on Johnny Farrell's sugges- iig motion pictures. He has frank-
tion that he will return to tourna- ly enjoyed the thrill of playing oppy fielding by the Yannigans
ment play in 1932, but close friends when nothing depended on the out- in third inning of yesterday's
think the Adonis of the Links has come, making daring shots he nev- baseball game gave the Regulars a
made a pour guess. They do not er would attempt in a champion- 3-1 victory in a contest that went
believe "Rubber Tire" will play in ship competition. He has held his 11 innings before Coach Ray Fisher
the 1932 open or any ethor. share of birdies in friendly four- finally called a halt to proceedings.
The suggestion, however, that the somes between friends over the While John Thornburgh was
winner of the next open play the week-ends. holding the subs to no runs and
former champion is not a bad one Golfers of the common or garden only three hits in the first five
and no doubt could be arranged variety are getting a kick from a Iframes, the Regulars were able to
easily. ' story going the rounds of how get to Kaplan for a pair of markers
Jones has been playing typical Frank Craven, the actor, showed in the second inning. Superko
Jones golf on the Pacific coast as himself a better putter than the started the fireworks by singling,
-_four-ply champion. and went to third when Kracht
Duringchalminfumbled a hit by Larry Butler, But-
Bulletin urg the fi g of the frst ler going to second on the play. A
GRAND Kitril1S, A p r ilI 9.- episode in the Jones picture, Bob sacrifice fly to Richmond scored
Art Mosier was the only Michigan was called on to hole a 15-foot putt. Superko, and Butler came in when
entry in the National A. A. I He practiced for a short while and Lindsey mussed up an attempt to
wrestling meet to survive the first holed one in three. Then the cam- cthhmoftid
round when he defeated Max Rosen eras were set up and started to Kaplan Hurls Good Ball.
1 of Hartford, Conn., the defending work. Except for this one inning Kap-
champion of the 145 pound class. He missed ten in a row and then lan had the Regulars well under
Sigwart, Kay, Stoddard, and Steinke with a sigh of relief holed the clev- control during his four inning stay
lost to their opponents. cnth. Frank Craven then stepped on the mound. He also was the big
SUMMARIES up. I1punch in the Yannigans' attack
c(By Associated Press) "I'll show you how to drop it during the early part of the game,
l25 pound class-Bobby Pearce, Bobby," he said. getting two of the three hits that
Okla., A. & M. defending champion Craven hit one ball and it rolled the subs were able to get.
defeated Gallas Sigwart, Mich., (de- smack into the cup. (Continued on Page 7)
145 pound class-Art Mosier. ,
Mich., defeated Max Rosen, defend-
ing champ. Hartford, Conn., (de- Fro mr N ow O n-
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175 pound class-Robert Russell,
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Dan C Eca:y, 92-year-old pedes-
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four times iound a Ibaseball dia- SERVICE
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second, and V. McLellan finished I t yak ts. The fight for third
third. place lasted until the finish with
Seven Men Receive Numerls. Fitzgibbons and Crawford passing
Seven men in Let Pniibin's box- up Braden in the final sprint to
ing class were awarded numerals, take third and fourth respectively.
as a result of winning the final Turn er, sophomore speedster, 'will
bouts in their respective weights. probably be placed on the two-mile
Pete Morgan won the' bantam reI y with Austin. Wolfe, and Fitz-
weight title. In the featherweight geosns or Braden, although he was
division, R. M. White captured thu excused from yesterday's trials.
bout. Jack Ralston earned the .iowell defeated Hill in the mile
numerals in the lightweight by de- (Continued on Page 7)
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