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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Leg Injury

May

Force John

Viergever Out

Of Penn

Game

Matmen Meet
New York A.C.
In December
The Varsity wrestling team will
meet the New York Athletic Club
grapplers on December 23 in New
York, it was announced yesterday by
Coach Cliff Keen. The meet with
the Winged Foot aggregation was
arranged because of the demands of
several Michigan alumni, who are
members of the New York Athletic
Club, and further interest was de-
veloped by the Winged Foot coach,
Merle Thrush, who wrestled at Mich-'
igan under Keen in 1928.
The Club team has lost only one
meet since 1929 when Thrush took
charge of the squad and has one of
the strongest groups of wrestlers in
the country. While Keen does not
feel that Michigan has very much
chance of winning, he expects the
trip to act as an incentive to the
wrestlers and believes that the Wol-
verines will put up a good fight.
- The team has been practicing every
day under the direction of Captain
Heavenrich and is coming along in
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Sports of the Day
NEW YORK - Gerald Walker,
Detroit Tiger 'wild man,' receives
honors as American League's lead-
ing pinch hitter with average of .462.
EAST LANSING-Coach Charlie
Bachman seeks to point Spartan
eleven to game with Warner-coached
Temple squad.
DETROIT - Pug Vaughan to be
at quarterback spot for Detroit Lions
in game with Boston Redskins to-
morrow night.
HONOLULU - Brain hemorrhage
suffered in grid contest fatal to Mil-
lard Hunter, star end for the 13th
Artillery eleven.
KALAMAZOO - Strong Western
State basketball squad, perennial
conquerors of Michigan team, begins
drills.
fine shape. The 155- and 175-pound
classes are still open to any one, as
the material now working out is not
sufficient to meet the strong schedule
which the Wolverines will face. The
remaining divisions look strong, and
by the time the regular season ar-
rives Keen expects to put a strong
team on the mat.

Tiny Wright To
Be Moved Over
To Tackle Spot
Joe Rinaldi Will Be Back
At Center; Everhardus
May Have Cracked Rib
John Viergever, veteran Wolverine
tackle who suffered a reoccurence of
a leg injury in Saturday's game
against Columbia, probably will be
unable to start against the Quakers
of Pennsylvania in the Homecoming
battle this week, according to Coach
Harry Kipke, who sent his battered
Varsity through a light drill Monday
afternoon in preparation for Penn's
invasion.
Joe Rinaldi will be placed at center
and Tiny Wright, who has surprised
onlookers recently with his brilliant
play, will be moved to tackle. Three
others who started against the Lions
are on the casulty list. Capt. Bill
Renner, John Smithers and Chris
Everhardus were kept out of hard
drilling by Kipke Monday but should
be ready for action Saturday against
the team that Coach Ray Courtright,
after watching Penn in action in its
three games, rates as the best in the
east.
Everhardus May Be Out
Smithers was not in uniform Mon-
day and is suffering from a contusion
of the mouth, but according to Dr.
Frank Lynam should be able to play
Saturday. Renner is again bothered
by an arm injury as he was the week
before the Wisconsin tilt, and Chris
Everhardus has an injured rib. The
exact identity of the latter injury has
not yet been determined and there is
a possibility that a rib may be
cracked. Otherwise he will probably
start against Penn.
Add to this quartet of injured the
names of Amrine, Ziem, Hanshue and
Cooper who were listed as probable
regulars before the season opened but
who were hurt early in the year, and
one probably has the longest listof
injured stars in Michigan grid his-
tory.
Twelfth Intersectional Tilt
Michigan's coming game with the
Quakers will be its 12th intersectional
contest in a decade, ten of the eleven

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What Will Joslin's Flounders Observe
Absence Mean To Tenth Anniversa
Basketball Squad? The Flounder's Club, faculty swi
ming organization, is celebratingt
Just what effect the elimination tenth anniversary of its found
from competition for a position on this week.
the Varsity cage quintet of Dick Jos- iti ek
lin, who dropped out of basketball in Several of the original members
order that he would have more time
to work for his master's degree, will
have on the success or failure of the
Michigan team next season can only
be a matter for conjecture.
Joslin, a letter winner in 1934 and
1935, would have been a valuable man
to have had on the squad if he had
shown the ability that he exhibited at
the pivot position as a sophomore.
However ,his performances last sea-
son were poor and he proved of little
aid to Coach Cappon.-
Because of expected difficulty with
the center position, due to the new
rules governing the pivot player, Jos-
lin was expected to be an outstand-
ing candidate for either that post or
one of the forward berths.
Should John Gee fail to show the
necessary qualities to fill the pivot
post John or Earl Townsend will
probably replace him. Earl Meyers,
first string forward last year, John
Jablonski, Earl Townsend, George
Rudness, and a number of sopho-
mores will be trying for the forward
positions.
played resulting in Wolverine victor-
ies.
Courtright's estimate of the Penn
eleven makes it seem likely that the
Wolverines, to win, will have to omit
their seemingly customary second
half let down, for the Quakers will be
here to bear out pre-season predic-
tions of their strength which in the
last two games has seemed enormous.
Members of the Varsity who didn't
get into the Columbia affair were
sent through a hard offensive scrim-
mage against the freshman on Ferry
Field by Coaches Cappon and Ooster-
baan. Campbellsand Barclaywere
the most impressive of the reserve
backs that found Weber's first year-
men a tough eleven to gain ground
against.
Frosh Scored Against Twice
The freshmen were on defense at
all times and were scored upon twice
during the drill. Ray Courtright was
in charge of one freshman group and
spent the practice session teaching
them Pennsylvania plays. The Quak-
ers possess a world of power both in
the backfield and line that will give
Harry Kipke's grid machine all the
trouble it will want in one afternoon.
Michigan's Varsity will concentrate
on a defense against Penn plays the
rest of the week in an effort to stop
the team Saturday that has scored
101 points in its last two games. Pat-
anelli, Savage, Kramer, Johnson, Sob-
sey, Bissell, Wright, Ellis, Ritchie
and Remias besides Renner, Ever-
hardus and Viergever were kept out
of the drill against the freshmen.
Amrine was at the field in street
clothes, having been released from
the hospital late last week, and Bud
Hansue worked out for a few minutes'
in a sweat suit but is not expected to
be ready to play until at least the
Illinois game.

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Varsity Coach Matt Mann's group
are still active, including Professors
J. C. Brier, Preston Slosson, Charles
Gordy, Preston James, and Charles
Fries.
There are still openings in the
groups meeting every day in the
week from 12:15 to 12:45 p.m. The

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