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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Cage Outlook
Is Bright For
Coming Season
Seven Lettermen Return
To Form Strong Squad;
Sophomores Promising
With the outlook for a successful
season brighter than it has been in
the last few years, Coach Franklin
Cappon has called the opening prac-
tice of the 1935-36 basketball season
for 7:30 p.m. tomorrow at the Intra-
mural Sports building. A squad of
more than 30 men is expected to re-
port.
Many observers believe that with
seven lettermen, six other experienced
men, and one of the most promising
groups of sophomores that Michigan
has seen in recent years on the squad
the Wolverine quintet should be back
near the top of the Big Ten this year,
despite its bad showing last season,.
Cappon will be faced with the same
problem the other cage coaches of
the country are trying to solve in their
pre-season practice sessions. As yet
no one is quite certain just what
changes will be necessary as a result
of the new rules for the elimination
of the "deliberate" pivot play. Many
ideas have been suggested since the
change was made last spring and
some of these will have to be experi-
mented with before the opening of
the regular schedule Dec. 2 against
Calvin College of Grand Rapids.
Size will not be one of Michigan's
shortcomings, for Caupon will have
enough six footers to make up two
teams. John Gee, the tallest, is 6 feet
8 inches and six others top the 6-foot
3-inch mark.
The lettermen returning are Capt.
Chelso Tomagno, John Gee, Dick Jos-
lin, Earl Meyers, Matt Patanelli,
George Rudness, and Dick Evans. The
other veterans who have not earned
letters are: John Jablonski, Ferris
Jennings, John Rieck, Chris Ever-
hardus, Jim Warns, and Carl Castle.
Outstanding among the sopho-I
mores is John Townsend of Indian-
apolis, rated last season by Ray Fish-
er as his "best freshman of all time."
Townsend drew comment in the 1934
Spalding cage manual as the best
high school passer and ball handler
in the middle west.
Others coming up are Stark Rit-
chie, Don Brewer, Joe Rinaldi, Bill
Barclay, Herm Fishman, Bill Lane,
Manny Slavin, and Fred Ziem. Earl
Townsend, brother of John, will also
be eligible this year. He was the
Varsity center of the Depauw Uni-
versity team two years ago.
The squad will work out three
nights weekly on the Intramural
courts.
Runyan Progresses With
3 And 2 Win Over Dutra
OKLAHOMA CITY, Oct. 19.-(P)
-- Paul Runyan, the defending cham-
pion, led the way into the third round
of the P.G.A. National tournament
here today with a 3 and 2 victory
over Mortie Dutra of Royal Oak,
Mich. The dapper champion sank a
40-foot putt on the 16th green to end
the match.
Other results:
Levi Lynch, Gladewater, Tex., de-
feated Arthur Bell, San Mateo, Calif.,
4 and 2.
Tony Manero, Greensboro, N. C.,
defeated Clarence Doser, Rochester,
t N.Y., 1 up.

The Gridiron
Notre Dame 9; Pittsburgh 6.
Princeton 29; Rutgers 6.
Army 13; Harvard 0.
Penn 34; Columbia 0.
Fordham 13; Vanderbilt 7.
Oh- eS. " te28;:'orthwestern 7.
Colgn: 52; Lfayette 0.
Be c'n Cll,-c 18; Mich. State 6.
Univ. of Cincinnati 7; Indiana
Univ. 0.
Toledo 18; Case 7.
Western Reserve 27; Baldwin
Wallace 14.
Cathlic University 13; Detroit
'U. 7.
Trinity 13; Hobart 6.
Ann A bor High 7; Lansing Cen-
tral 46.
Temple 13; Carnegie 0.
Ohio Northern 54; Bowling Green
0.
Randolph Macon 2G; Delaware 0
Penn State 26; Lehigh 0.
St. Mary's 7; Gettysburg 7.
Uisinus 21; Muhlenberg 0.
New York Univ. 33; Penn Military
7.
North Carolina 14; Davidson 0.
Dartrnovth 41; Brown 0.
Vermont 6; Unicn 0.
Pic iderce 26; Colby 0.
Buffalo 7; Alfred 0.
I1aine 26; Arnold 0.
Amherst 12; Rochester 0.
S ates 6; Boston University 6.
0 1 1
toldhibig In
3 O__ictry
It's Worst Trimming The
]dions Have Suffered
Under Lou Little
PHILADELPHIA, Oct. 19. -(/P) -
Rebounding with a fury that spiked
critics who called it a great first-half
team, Pennsylvania dealt out heavy
execution for 60 minutes today and
knocked the Columbia Lions looping
under a 34 to 0 defeat before 45,000
spectators.
The red and blue clad Quakers
struck in the first period and kept
pounding away until their winning
margin was established by the end
of the first quarter. It was the worst
defeat the Lions have suffered since
Big Lou Little became Columbia
coach several years ago.
Penn took to the air for her first
touchdown, Kurlish scoring.
A few minutes later, Kurlish feint-
ed toward the left side and then
quickly reversed and went 13 yards
to another touchdown.
Warwick produced Penn's third
score in the third period and then
Elverson in rapid succession counted
twice. Quarterback Frank Murray
converted four of five placement tries.
INTRAMURAL HOURS
The Intramural Sports Building
will be open from 8 a.m. until 9:30
p.m. every week day beginning Oct.
21. The pool will be open on week
days from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. and
from 7:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.
PRINT ING
LOWEST PRICES
PROGRAMS, BIDS, STATIONERY
THE ATHENS PRESS
Downtown, North of Postoffice

Grand Slam Whips'
Stars At Louisville,
LOUISVILLE, Ky., Oct. 19. - (A") -
Showing a return to his sensational
ormnof the Arlington futurity, the
?sonar stabels Grand Slam gave a
Smashing performance today to win
the fifteenth renewal of the Kentucky
Jockey Club's Stakes before a crowd
of 12,000 at Churchhill Downs. Holly-
rood ran second and Boston Pal
showed.
Ihe victory of the son of Chance
Play - Jeane Bowdre threw the race
for the two-year-oid championship
into something of a scramble and
gained for him a niche among the
favorites for next year's Derby.
Army 13, Harvard 0
MICHIE STADIUM, West Point,
N. Y., Oct. 19.- (P)--Long drives
in the second and third quarter with
Charles (Monk) Meyer, the spear-
head, gave Army two touchdowns
and a 13 to 0 victory over a weak
Harvard eleven today before a crowd
of 27,000 in the sun of the Cadet
stadium.
Cincinnati 7, Indiana 0
CINCINNATI, Oct. 19. -( UP) - A
triple pass opened the way to a Uni-
versity of Cincinnati second-quarter
touchdown today, and the Bearcats
then fought off furious attacks to de-
feat Indiana University 7 to 0.

DAILY OFFICIAL
BULLETIN
(Continued from Page 4)
in the Union. All members are re-
qussted to be

Perception," Tuesday, October 22.
8:15 p.m.
Sophomores-Men and women in-
terested in trying out for the Michi-
ganensian report Monday at 4 o'clock
to the Student Publication Building,
Maynard Street.

Building. Cafeteria service. Carry
trays across the hall. Professor Jesse
Reeves, Chairman of the Department
of Poliical Science, will speak in-
formally on Graduate Study Forty
Years Ago."
Comedy Club: Important meeting
of all members of Comedy Club. Tues-
day at 8:15 p.m., League. All mem-
bers, graduate or undergraduate,

please be there. Room will be posted
on League bulletin board.
Sigma Delta Chi will hold a lunch-
eon business meeting at 12:15 p.m.
Tuesday in the Union. It is import-
ant that all active members attend.
-All men interested in gymnastics
will meet Tuesday, October 22, 4:15
p.m., Intramural Sports Building.

Al! mcn ierester in trying out for
Coming Events a;nmDc!taPs i,honorar vathletic
Psycole, Jcrna Clu: D. May f:ateni .-ill meet Tuesday. Oc-
tyle wilrnae C r. Mary : 22, 4:15 p.m., intramural Sports
Van Tuyl will rlew Cis "Space Building.
oGgate 52,Lafanete () Luncheon for Graauate Students
Eon Wednesday, October 23, in the
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;ahington 21, Wash. State 0.
C'alifer'nia 43. Santa Clara 0.
Oregon 14, Idaho 0.
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