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'THE MTLCHIGAN DAILY

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Tolverine Cagers .Awarded

Varsity

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o EECT CAPTAIN
E Secondary Awards and 12,
Freshman Numerals Given
Out at Same Time.
ally Named Manager for Next
Year; Staff of Assistants,
Alternates Picked.
Nine letter awards and six sec-
dary awards were announced
sterday by Coach Franklin C.
,ppon for his Varsity basketball
uad of this season. Coupled with
at announcement was that of the
%nager and his staff for next
ar's season. Winners of fresh.-
an numerals were announced at
e same time. The captain for the
ming year will be elected today
d given to the public in tomor-
tw's papers.
The Varsity letters were given to
>rman Daniels, DeForest Eve-
nd, Alex Shaw, all Detroit; Ray-
ond Altenhof, Gary Ind.; Ed
arner, Niles, Mich.; Robert Petrie,
untington, Ind.; Girard Ricketts,
)vington, K y.; Henry Weiss,
eveland Heights, Ohio; and Ivan
illiamson, Bowling Green, Ohio.
Six Win Secondary.
Secondary awards were accorded
Wilbur Bohnsack and Francis
Aster, Chicago; Fred A 11le n,
aynie Mich; Rudy Berta, Lake-
od, Ohio; 'John Boden, Detroit;
*dFred Petoskey, St. .Charles,,
ich.
J. Noud Kelly of Grand Rapids
As named manager for next 'year
id Frederick Jnes of Worthing
n; Minn., alternate. Four assist-
at managerships were filled as fol-
ws: Harry Hattenback, Lake
ood, Ohio; George Rademaker
anistee; Richard Fleming, Birm-
.gha; a nd Edward Thayer,
oungstown, Ohio. Edwin Dayton
Kalamazoo was chosen alternate.
12 Freshmen Named.
The freshman numeral awards
sere, announced for a squad of 12
en; Jack Teitelbaum, Chicago;
arold Anderson, Robert Hill, and
scar Schwartz, all of Detroit; Ger-
.d Ford afid Don Nichols of Grand
apids; DonR. Black, Canton,
hio; Alfred Plummer, Wabash,
id.; Gunnard Antell, Negauned
ana Seeley of Ann Arbor; Earl
abcock, Grand Haven; and Wil-
am Borgman, Ft. Wayne, Ind.
This together with the formal
rnouncement of the captain-elect
te today will mark the finals of
ie 1932 season, in which Michigan
anaged to entrench herself in
aurth place in the Wstern Con-
rence competition.
"HEMISTS CLINCH
KOLLE YBALL LEAD1
In the faculty volley ball league
Est week, the Chemists maintained
leir undisputed possession of first
lace by soundly trouncing the
rchitects in three straight sets,
5-12, 15-3, 15-3. The defeat hand-
dl the building designers, who were
andicapped by the absence of sev-
ral players, a clean claim to the
ellar position.
In the only other contest, the
ngineers won a tight struggle from
ae Army by scores of 15-13, 18-16,
2-15, 15-13, climbing into fourth
lace as a result of the victory.

ASSOCIATED PRESS

ALL-CONFERENCE

CAGE SELECTION

09 L ~ r" L
FOR ALL-BIG TEN
Wolverine Captain Gets Berth;
Williamson, Weiss, Eveland
Receive Mention.
Norm Daniels, captain of Mich-
igan's 1931-32 basketball quintet,
was the unanimous choice of the
conference coaches to the center
position of the All-Big Ten five se-

E ight Fraternity Class'A' Teams Will Play
in First Round of 'Mural Playoffs Ton

Second
for.

Round Matches Carded
Next Monday Night.

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Eight fraternity class "A" bas-
ketball teams are scheduled for the
first round of the play-offs tonight.
Second round matches will be play-
ed off on March 14th, neat Monday
evening.
Tonight at 8:30 si: teams will
swing into action, Lambda Chi Al-
pha will tackle Hermitage, Phi
Kappa Psi will play Beta Theta Pi,
last year's runner-up, and Trigon
will take a crack at Alpha Tau
Omega. Beta Theta Pi, with an-
other excellent team this year, are
favored to come out ahead. Sigma
Phi Epsilon and Theta Chi are
scheduled to play at 9:00 o'clock.
Monday's game will bring to-

gether Phi Gamma Delta a
Kappa Alpha; Delta Kappa E
vs. Phi Mu Delta; Delta Sigr
vs. Alpha Delta Phi; Alpha
Phi, last year's winners, vs. P
pha Kappa; and Phi Alpha
vs. the winner ,of tonight's
between Trigon and Alpha
Omega. Seven teams, all
winners are in the play-off.
Quarter finals will be play
on March 17th, semi-fim
March 21st, and the final ga:
be played as usual at the .
Open House Festivities on
23rd.
Lance Richbourg, traded
Chicago Cubs by the Boston
was once a collegiate star
University of Florida.

Above are the five best basketball players in the Big Ten, according to a selection made for the Associated
Press by the conference coaches. Johnny Wooden, Purdue star, appears on the list for the third consecutive
year. harry Kellar, co. captain of the champions with Wooden, also 'received the honor. Michigan placed
Captain Norm Daniels on the first five, and Reiff of Northwestern, and Licht of Minnesota round out the
quintet.

RECORDS TO FAL
IN BIG' TEN' ME'ET,

WOLVES ENTRAIN
FOR TANK' MEET

Michigan Is Big Favorite
Take Big Ten Title.

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Trackmen Ready for Conference
Contest in Windy City
on Week-End.
Several records which have been
accumulating over a period of
years are almost certain to fall
when Big Ten athletes take to the
track for the Western Conference
indoor met Friday and Saturday
evenings in the University of Chi-
cago field house.
Harold Haas of Minnesota and
Don Renwick of Michigan are both
capable of taking a crack at the
60-yard dash mark of 6.2 seconds.
Jack Keller, Ohio State, and Capt.
George Sating, Iowa,- will at least
seriously threaten Lee Septman's
60-yard high hurdle mark 6f 0:07.4
seconds.
Ed Russell, Wolverine leader,
should have no trouble In lowering
the 440 mark, in fact, his chief task
will probably be to lower it more
than does Ivan Fuqua, Indiana
flash. Hornbostel of Indiana has
already bettered the Conference
mark of 1:55.7 for the half miler
and on the same track. Ned Turner,
if he maintains his early season
form, also seems to be a good bet.
Michigan's mile relay team has
proven capable .of bettering the
existing mark of 3:24.2 for that dis-
tance.
The record for the mile establish-
ed last year by Dale Letts of Chi-
cago also seems to be in danger
since Brocksmith of Indiana cover-
ed the distance in 4:15 only last
week. The records for the pole
vault, high jump, and shot put are
the only ones that seem to be safe.

Coach Matt Mann and twelve
Maize and Blue swimmers will jour-
ney to Columbus this afternoon in
defense of their Big Ten champion-
ship. The preliminaries are sched-
uled for Friday with the finals set
for Saturday.
The Wolverines are expected to
have little opposition in this con-
ference meet, as it seems practical-
ly inconceivable how any Big Ten
team can approach the great Mich-
igan 'aggregation which has streng-
thened the only weak links whichi
were in its National championship
team of last year.
The twelve swimmers making the
jaunt to the Buckeye tank are Cap-
tain Bob Miller, Schmieler, Ladd,
Smith, Lemak, Degener, Drysdale,
Raike, Fenske, Cristy Kennedy and
Marcus. These are the same men
Which successfully turned back the
Northwestern threat.i
Michigan's biggest difficulty will
be in the free style races in which
Northwestern stars, Highland and
Wilcox, will furnish plenty of com-
petition. Another struggle is likely
to result in the breast strcke be-
'tween the Minnesota star, Andre,
and Captain Bob Miller of the Wol-
verines. Although the Gopher swim-
mer outdid Miller in the dual meet
here two weeks ago, the Wolverine
leader has shown great improve-
ment since.
NOTICE
All-baseball candidates report
at Yost Field house any after,
noon after 2 o'clock.
Ray Fisher, Baseball Coach.:

A9NNOUNCE MATMEN,
F BIGTEN MEET
Douo vito, Stoddard, Helliwell,
Wisnand Thomas Will
Go With Squad.
Captain Carl Dougovito will head
a group of five Wolverine grapplers
that wil entrain for Bloomington
this afternoon for the l Big Ten
championships on Friday and Sat-
urday. In addition to Dougovito,
Coach Cliff Keen is, taking Blair
Thomas, Cliff Stoddard, Jim Wilson'
and Bob Helliwell to the Hoosier
lair.
The Maize and Blue leader should
have little difficulty in defending
his 165-pound title against a field
that seems inferior with the excep-
tion of Voliva of Indiana who is

lected for the Associated Press.V
This is the second consecutive yearC
that Daniels has been chosen to theo
center berth.f
Although Daniels played regular-I
ly at forward, his superiority overs
other Conference pivot men was
evident. During the season, Dan-
iels piled up a total of 120 points-to
land in second position in the indi-
vidual scoring, being second only
to Wooden, of Purdue.
Purdue Captains Placed.
Purdue's championship five dom-
inated the lineup by placing her
co-captains, Johnny Wooden and
Harry Kellar, on the mythical
team. Wooden was the unanimous
choice of the coaches for the third
consecutive year to the guard posi-
tion, Not only is the Boilermaker
star considered, one of the best
guards in the country, but he also
led the Big Ten in individual scor-
ing for the season, establishing a
new record of 154 points for twelve
games, shattering the mark made
'by ,Branch McCracken, Indiana
center, in 1930.
Joe Reiff, of Northwestern's sec-
ond place five, leading scorer in the
conference last year and third this
season, was the unanimous choice
for the forward berth opposite Kel-
lar whowas named a left forward.
Reiff was a marked man this year,
the opposing guards holding down
his scoringmark, but his excellent
floor game warranted his selection
for the second straight year.
Licht Named.
Virgil Licht, Minnesota's stellar
' guard, received the nomination as
*a running mate for Wooden by a
slight margin over Hoffer, Ohio
State captain.-
Ivan Williamson, Michigan's hus-
ky guard, received honorable men-
tion for the position, being beaten
out by Parmenter, Purdue, for a
guard berth on the second team by
only one vote.
Moffitt, sensational sophomore
forward from Iowa, and Eddy, Pur-
due, fourth in the individual scor-
ing, were named as forwards on the
second team. Hellmich, Illinois,
received the coaches' votes for the
pivot post, Hoffer and Parmenter
completing the team at the guard
positions.

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