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1931

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Golfers Bow to Illinois.
Although Michigan boasted an
aggregation of golfers who were
good enough to come out on top ii
a series of dual matches, Coach
Thomas Trueblood's boys were
forced to bow to Illinois talent in
the Western Conference meet which
Was held on the new University
course last spring. Jack Lenfesty is
to captain this year's team which
will again make a strong bid for
the title. John Fisher who acted
as captain of the frosh team which
tied the Varsity last year will great-
ly strengthen Trueblood's team. At
present he holds the University
course record with a tally of 68 for
the 18 hole course which has a par
of 72.
Michigan's court squad did not
fare so well as expected, but ended
the season in a three-way tie for
second place with Purdue and Min-
nesota, while the Wildcats took the
major honors. Norm Daniels will
captain the 1931-32 squad which
appears to have greater possibili-
ties than that of last season. Frank-
lin Cappon will assume the post of
head basketball coach to succeed
George Veenker who accepted a
post at Iowa State.
Mound Staff Weak.
Baseball, while not such a shin-
ing example of stardom this year,
did, offer an entertaining schedule,
but Coach Ray Fisher's mound staff
was far too weak to cope with the
talent of the other Big Ten teams
and ended in fourth place. Vein
Comnpton was the only dependable
hurler at Fisher's command, but he
was unable to withstand the strain
of too frequent calls. Several
promising candidates were tried out
and may fill this hole-in the team's
strength this spring.
The minor sports were not so suc-
cessful as far as titular honors are
concerned for the best that the
cross country team could do was a
fifth place while Coach John Joh.n-
stone's fencing team came through
with a fourth. Coach Bill West
overcame considerable of an ob-
stacle when he brought an inex-
perienced team through to fifth
place in the gymnastic competition
the first year that Michigan has
ever competed in this field. Coach
Cliff Keen's wrestlers had a fair
season. with Carl Dougovito coming
through with the 165-pound title in
the Conference matches.

Harry Kipke, a former All-Ameri- theis and Cardinals
can back, is starting his third sea-
son as head football coach at his Into World Series.
alma mater. Assisting Kipke with!-
the task of rounding his grid can- ndioe i I fromhas
didates into form are several other onsdition for therethampitgn.
members of the Wolverine coach- Len SinOen ladin the campaign.
ingstff hoarefomergrd geas.Al Simmons leading batter of the
ng staff who are former grid greats. American League, will play left for
Franklin Cappon, Assistant Di- t4ae chamnions, w!ihile "Bing" Miller
rector of Athletics, has taken over will agai n patrol right. "Mule"
the task of head basketball coach. Maas, center fielder. is still on the
In addition to his other duties Cap- sick list, but Roger Cramer is ex-
pon assists in coaching the grid , to ably fill his position.
squad. His chief assistant in bas- Jimmy Foxx should be ready to
ketball will be Bennie Oosterbaan, return to first base by next week,
who also lends a hand in rounding while Max Bishop will handle sec-
the football team into shape. ond. Mack may continue to use
Since 1921 baseball at Michigan Dib Williams at short and Eric Mc-
has been under the guidance of Nair at third during the series, but
Ray Fisher, former Big League there is a strong possibility that he
pitcher. Wolverine track destinies will insert the veterans Boley and
are in the hands of ""Chuck" Hoyt, Dykes in the game instead in order
while Matt Mann is in charge of to take advantage of their steadier
Michigan's tank team. playing. Cochrane, of course, will
Jack Blott, Clifford Keene, and handle the Philadelphia catching.
Ray Courtright are also assisting "Sunny Jim" Bottomley, who has
Kipke with the grid candidates. done a comeback this season, prob-
Fielding H. Yost, Director of Ath- ably will be at first for the Cards,
letics, has thus assembled one of although Collins is again back in
the greatest coaching staffs in the the game. "Sparky" Adams will
country. Three of the coaches are handle third base, Charley Gel-
former All-American grid stars. bert will be at the shortstop posi-
They are Kipke, Blott, and Ooster- tion, and the veteran Frankie
baan. Frisch will guard the keystone sack.

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Former All-Conference backfield star from Northwestern, who has
joined the professional ranks since graduating from the Wildcat insti-
tution last June. While a member of the Purple's backfield, Bruder
was one of the shining lights of the Western Conference, despite the
fact that he was dogged by hard luck throughout his entire collegiate
career. Bruder is now a member of the Green Bay Packers of the Na-
┬░tional League. Green Bay has won the championship of the circuit
for the past two seasons.

Hoosiers Face Heavy
Pre-Season Practices
(Speca to The Dal)
BLOOMINGTON, Ind., Sept. 21.-
Of all the Western Conference
teams which opened their practice
sessions last Tuesday, Indiana uni-
versity faces one of the heaviest
assignments for early season train-
ing. Seven of the Big Ten teams
have three weeks in which to pre-!
pare for their first game practice
opponents. Chicago, Minnesota and
Indiana have but two weeks to
make preparations.t
With this imposing record, the
Michigan fans have much to be
proud of for not a team fell below
first division ranking in all the
Western Conference competition-
a rare situation in any university.

HANLEY SEARCHES
FOR NEW QUART ER
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sition. They are Harold Weldin,
Paul McDonald and Mil Froberg.
The first two were reserves last
year while the latter is a sopho-
more.
George Dilley, a sturdy youngster
who got into the line-up a few times
as a sophomore last year, appears
well on the way to taking over the
left guard position which was so
capably handled by Red Woodworth
for the past three years.
Two players, Dick Fencl and
Ralph Eylar, both lettermen, are
working in the first string lineup
at the flank positions at present.

THREE MANAGERS'
JOBS ENDANGERED
Harris Will Probably Give Up
Detroit Leadership.
Dame Rumor, usually so active at
this time of the year in regards to
major league baseball rplots and
players, is up to her usual standard
this season, if reports that sup-
posedly come from the camps them-
selves are to be taken seriously.
Already Donie Bush at Chicago,
Bucky Harris at Detroit, and Jewel
Ens at Pittsburgh are rumored out
of jobs for next year. At Pitts-
burgh no possible successor has
been named, although it is likely
that owner Barney Dreyfuss will re-
consider and keep Ens another
year.
Some prominent minor league
pilot has been named as Bush's
probable successor at Chicago,
while both Roger Bresnahan and
Steve O'Neill are in the managerial
race at Detroit.

Street's outfield will undoubtedly
line up with Hafey in left, Pepper
Martin in center, and Watkins in
right, while the catching will be di-
vided between Jimmy Wilson and
Gus Mancuso.
NEW YORK - Ben Chapman,
fleet outfielder of the New York
Yankees, has stolen more than twice
as many bases this year than has
the National League leader, Frankie
Frisch.

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