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NOVEMBER 26, 1931 r THE MTCHTCAN DATLY_

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Bowl Game Possibilities
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PET(

)SKEY STARTS BRILLIANT
CAREER WITH GRIDIRON SEASON

Baseball, Basketball or Hockey
Will See Saginaw Youth in
Bid for'Nine Letters.
By John Thomas
Another Michigan athlete is bud-
ding on the horizon as a truly
great. Coming to Michigan last
year as one of the best-known ath-
letes in his section of this state,
Ted Petoskey has shown in the cur-
rent football season enough to ful-
fill all predictions made about him.
He seems certain to follow the I
lead of Kipke, Oosterbaan, Tru-
skowski, Hudson, Daniels, and oth-
er Michigan greats in earning his
quota of nine letters. His natural
performances at left end on the
football team practically clinches
his status as Varsity end.
One fe.ature of his football ac-
tivities that has escaped comment
is that on the majority, of off-
tackle and around-end runs used
in the last few games, Petoskey has
been pulled out of the line and used
in the backfield as a blocker. He
seldoms teams with anybody in
this, usually doing the work alone.
Basketball or Hockey.
Although g a i n i n g state-wide
prominence as a basketball player
in high school, Ted may go out for
hockey. At 14 he skated 20 miles
to Saginaw, won skating cham-
pionship of the County and all the
'other awards at the meet, and then
skated the 20 miles back home to
St. Charles. Although he has not
made definite plans as yet, he may
go out for hockey instead of bask-
etball. However he will not make
up his mind until aftei Saturday's
game.
He has had a more or less secret
desire to play hockey and consid-
ering the eight Varsity basketball
men to return, he may choose the
ice game. There is a defense posi-
tion open for a husky puckster who
can stand punishment and handle
himself well on the ice. This might
possibly be etoskey.
He is Pitcher, Catcher.
t In high school he was a baseball
pitcher. However as a freshman
- last spring, Coach Oosterbaan re-
vamped him into a catcher so he
may report for both positfons when
the diamond season opens.
Ted's uncle is "Sailor" Petoskey,
a famous middleweight of 15 years
ago. His father was also a famous
athlete in his day and Fred will
- have to be truly great to equal the
older Petoskey's record. He has a
younger brother who will enter
Michigan next year.

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Freshmen Basketball The first ten individual winners
were as follows: 1st, Lemen, Pi
Men Report to Fisher Kappa Alpha, 2nd, K. Cordger, zeta
Psi; 3rd, W. G. ,Simons, Theta Xi,
lore than sixty candidates have and 4th, McNlwain, Pi Kappa Al-
reported to Coach Ray Fisher for pha.
freshman basketball practice with The fraternity Intramural sports
about ten more expected to come program in dual swimming is also
out within the next few days. being run off this week. Monday
Scrimmages are being held this night Delta Phi defeated Kappa Nu
week at Waterman Gymnasium. by a 20-16 score, while Tau Delta
After the first cut, the squad will Phi hung one up on Alpha Chi
move down' to Yost Field House Sigma, 24-18. In the other meets
Where they will remain. There will scheduled for Monday, Chi Psi for-
be a final cut later in the season feited toDelta Sigmna Pi, while Tau
to limit the group, to 15 or 18, the Epsilon 'Phi gained a win over Nu
largest group that Coach Fisher Sigma Nu by registering a com-
will carry. He is of the opinion that plaint after the latter team had
the squad is better than that of a trimmed them with a varsity let-
year ago. terman on their squad.

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