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)AY, SEPT. 22, 1936

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Powerful State.
Gridders Here,
F or Opening

Tankmen Doped For Easy Wins
In National And Big Ten Meets1

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Sartans Gird For
Straight Victory
Wolverine Eleven

Third
Over

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eight-letter man, may see some action
at quaxter, but will probably be
used at half.
'Agony Al' Is Back
To replace Warmbein, Coach Bach-
man has "Agony Al" Agett, triple-
threat artist deluxe. Agett was more
of a star than Warmbein last sea-
son, but usually was kept on the
sidelines until opportune moments
for his talents arose. This year he
is ready to assume a starting role.
Usif Haney, from Agett's home
town of Kingsport, Tenn., and Gene
Cielek of Michigan City, Ind., are
two bruising sophomores with worlds
of speed who will supplant Agett and
put some weight in the Spartan back-
field.,
With the "misery" apparently de-
parted from his back, galloping Steve
Sebo will cavort at right half again
for the third season and be on hand
with his accurate place kicks. Zie-
gel may break in as Sebo's under-
study.
The fullback post will be handled
as it has been for the past two sea-
sons by the astounding Art Brand-
statter, Ecorse bruiser, with big Kurt
Kuhne of Pontiac again his substi-
tute.
Pingle Looks Good
Another figure wholooks as though
he. may break into the backfield at
some point isJohnny Pingle, triple-
threat sophomore who found West
Point too much for'him after a year
as ca freshman' at State in 1934-35.
The absence of Lou Zarza and Bob
Allman from the end positions may
seem forboding at first glance, but
three reserves of last season and
two sophomore huskies are working

Pre-season recapitulations of
Michigan swimming prospects this
year.have it that the loss of two Na-
tional Collegiate championship divers+
will not be felt n the least. Qualified
observers of Coach Matt Mann's
team can see nothing but easy vic-
tories in both the Big Ten and Na-
tional Collegiate meets, the fourth in
the latter event and the eighth in 11
years.
Last season the Varsity dropped
the Big Ten :meet for the first time
in six years to Iowa, 39-37, after de-
feating the Hawkeyes in a thrilling
dual meet. In the Nationals at Yale
the Wolverines came back to score 30
points to 21 for Iowa and 17 for the
highly-publicized, indifferently per-
forming Yale team, champions of the
East.
Four stellar divers who took eight
in nicely under the expert tutelage
of assistant coach] Tom King.
Milt Lenhardt and Hank Kutchins
are running signals with the first
eleven after two years on the bench,
but young Frank Gaines, Lansing
junior. may oust one of the two be-
fore the season starts.
Tackle Posts Intact
The tackle posts are intact from
last season with Howard Zindel and
Julius Sleder on hand for the third
year running.
Sid Wagner, named on many All-
American elevens last year, has grad-
uated and joined the Detroit Lions,
but his running mate as guard,.Gor-
don Dahlgren, is back and already
is being ballyhooed for All-American
honors. Tom Gortat, sophomore re-
serve last season, will probably move
Into Wagner's position, with Mike
Polimac and Walt Leuck close behind.
After fretting on" the bench for
two years, Vince Vanderburg is ready
to man the center slot many thought
he should have taken away from Sam
Buzolitz last season. Sam Ketchman,
Battle Creek senior, and made over
fullback Paul Beaubien may put Van-
ierburg on the bench for a thirde
year.

places on the Collegiates helped the
Wolverines no end last season and
but one, Ben Grady, is returning. Ex-
Capt. Frank Fehsenfeld and Derland
Johnston, N.C.A.A., high and low-
board champions have graduated
along with Ned Diefendorf.
Leading the team this season are
Co-Captains Jack Kasley and Frank
Barnard. Kasley is, world record
holder in the breast-stroke and Bar-
nard is Big Ten 440-yard free-style
champion.
Barnard To Sprint
Barnard will probably move to the
sprint relay this season and leave the
distances to a pair of Detroit sopho-
mores, Tom Haynie, National A.A.U.
220-yard champion, and Dave
Holmes. Ed Kent, a versatile per-
former who is at home with the
breast and back-strokes as well as the
free-style, will also see action over
the longer grinds.
For the first time in many years
Coach Mann will have a power-
house in the sprint free-style events.
Bob Mowerson, anchorman on the
Collegiate championship medley trio
of Kasley, Harry Rieke and Mow-
erson, will probably be the only short-
distance man of last season to hold a
regular place this year, although Paul
Keeler and Irwin McCarty may see
some action.
Dearth Of Sprinters
Sprinters coming up who are due
to collect some Conference and Na-
tional titles are Leo Tomski, Bill
Farnsworth, and Ed Kirar and Baker
Bryant, ranking stars late of Wiscon-
sin and Ohio State respectively.
Fred Cody, second in the Big Ten
and third in the Nationals two years
ago, has regained his eligibility, and
will be in the back-stroke with
Rieke, who reached the final Olympic
trials this summer. Fred Robinson
may surprise here.
In the diving Grady will be assist-
ed by Adie Fernstenfeld, reserve last
year, and sophomore Jerry New-
house.

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