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THE MICHGAN DAIL Y

Many Eastern
Teams Are Hit
ByGraduation
(Continued from Page 10)
has Pitt, Hatvard, Yale, Notre Dame
and Navy ahead.
Down at Annapolis, the other serv-
ice team is pointing for Army al-
ready. There is a large bulletin
board down at the practice field list-
ing the number of days before each
game. The largest name on the
board is Army . . . something like
68 days away. All of which indicates
that service rivalry will reach a new
high this fall.
Coach Gil Dobie, confined to his
bed with sciatica, is extremely pes-
simistic about his Cornell eleven this
year. Assistant Coach Tattersfield is
drilling the team. The line from
Reiber at one end, to the veteran
Zorilla at the other has been shat-
tered by graduation. -owever, plenty
of material is available for closing
the gap according to the reports of
eastern critics. The backfield will
probably consist of a quartet of vet-
erans. Viviano, Ferraro, Heddon, and
Switzer are the combination.
Lions and Tigers will clash early
in the season as Princeton travels to
Baker field for a contest with Colum-
bia. Both coaches are fairly pessi-
mistic concerning the c o n t e s t,
strangely enough.
Fritz Crisler, Princeton's .,coaching
importation from Minnesota, faces
a strange and difficult task. Hither-
to he has fashioned a heavy, grind-
ing team of Scandinavians out at

Purdue Mentor

Campus Diving Star
Denies Engagemen
Dick Degener will remain singi
for a few years more. The Inter
collegiate diving champion yester
day denied the rumors circulate
this summer concerning the ro
mance that was supposed to hay(
sprung up between him and Mis
Eleanor Holm, of Brooklyn, N. Y
both Olympic swimiiing satellites
"The rumors were for the mos
part drummed up by newspaper
men on the west coast," Dick said
"I have no intention of gettin
married for at least a few years.
When asked if he thought h
would marry Miss Holn) when h
got out of school, he said, "Wel
of course I can't say, but i
wouldn't make me mad."
RUSSELL DAMM of. Muskegon
another vastly improved play
He is a senior with two years ofr
serve experience behind him, a
this year he is out after the rig
tackle berth. His former coaches
the "B" team and even his tear
mates consider him the most it
proved lineman on the squad. 1
determined bid for the tackle J
caused a re-rating of the tackle ca
didates. Any team is as strong d
fensively as its ,tackles andi
stronger. So Damm's rise defensiv
and offensively will give Kipke a
other man capable of stepping i
a regular tackle berth.

c E k U'ER 3
Noble Kiser, Purdue coach, who
has driven the Boilermaker machinzc
to a fine record in the Western Con-
Terence during the past few seasons.
Kiser's elevens are usually to be
reckoned with in the standings, and
this year's aggregation promises to
be no exception.
Minnesota. Now he faces a new
working question in the Princeton
man . . . and reports have it that he
is getting along well and that the
Tigers are headed for a good sea=

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