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TUESDAY, NOV. 24, 1936 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Kipke Awards

Letters

To Twenty-Five

Matt Patanelli,
Sweet Receive
Third Grid 'M'
Garber And Chet Stabovitz
Finish Collegiate Careers
As Letter Winners
13 SophsGet Awards'
Capt.-Elect To Be Named
From Eight Juniors At
Alumni Football Bust
Twenty-one of the 25 Varsity foot-
ball letter winners announced yes-
terday by Coach Harry Kipke will be
bidding for regular positions next
year. Included in the returning
group will be eight juniors, seven of
which have already won two' letters
and 13 sophomores.
The 1937 captain-elect will be an-
nounced at the Detroit Alumni's an-
nual Football Bust to be held Satur-
day night in the Hotel Statler, De-
troit. The four graduating letter-
men will also be presented with 'M'
rings.
The four senior lettermen who
completed their gridiron careers last
Saturday at Ohio State are: Capt.
Matt Patanelli, Elkhart, Ind., end;
Cedric Sweet, Fremont, fullback;
Jesse Garber, Brookline, Mass.,
guard and Chet Stabovitz, Chicago,
Ill., end. It was the third major
award for Patanelli and Sweet and
the second for Garber.
The eight juniors who earned their
second letters and from which next
year's captain will be elected is as
follows: Joe Rinaldi, Elkhart, Ind.,
center; Art Valpey, Detroit, end;
Fred Ziem, , Pontiac, guard; John
Smithers, Elkhart, Ind., halfback;
Earle Luby, Chicago, tackle; James
Lincoln, Harbor Beach, tackle; Bill
Barclay, Flint, quarterback, and
Stark Ritchie, Battle Creek, half-
back.
The list of sophomores includes:.
John Jordan, Evanston, Ill., center;
guards, John Brennan, Racine, Wis.,
George Marzonie, Clarence Vande-
water, Holland; tackles, Fred Janke,
Jackson and Don Siegel, Royal Oak;
ends, Dan Smick, Hazel Park and El-
mer Gedeon, Cleveland; bock, Bob
Cooper, Detroit; Wally Hook, East
Grand Rapids; Louis Levine, Muske-
gon Heights; Ed Phillips, Bradford,
Pa., and Cramon Stanton, Charles-
ton, W. Va.
Field Hockey'si
All-Stars Have
Five -Students
By BETSY ANDERSON
One member of the Ann Arbor
Hockey Club and five women stu-
dents were chosen for positions on
honorary all-star women's filed
hockey teams at the conclusion of the
fourth annual Great Lakes Hockey
tournament held here last Saturday
and Sunday.
Mrs. Stella Hartung was named as
a reserve on the Great Lakes hockey
team and Jean Gourlay, Louise
Lockeman, Mary Richardson, Thel-
ma Peterson and Carrie Wallack
were the students chosen on the all-
star college team, picked from hock-
ey players from the University of
Toledo, Michigan State College,
Michigan State Normal College and
the University of Michigan.
With the game between a Pittsburg
team and the Detrit I team proving
the most exciting with a scoreless

tie, six games concluded the tourna-
ment Sunday morning. Other scores
include: Cleveland, 3; Wetamachek,
0; dolumbus, 0; Chicago I, 3; Ann
Arbor, 1; Chicago I, 1; Detroit II, 1,
Etceteras, 0; and St. Ann's, 1; Cleve-
land II, 0.

Ohio Nips A Michigan Drive Three

Yards From Touchdown

w re s""ng taln
EAST LANSING, Nov. 23.-P)-, diana annexed the crown defended
Frank Bissell, senior, was unani- Indiana University's great cross by Michigan State College.
mously elected captain of the 1936 country team added the Central In- He finished 50 yards ahead of Wil-
wrestling team yesterday by a vote of tercollegiate Conference title today liam Feiler, of Drake University,
last year's five lettermen. Since to its long list of victories, with its which also took second place in the
tHarnyto schoo cahi alel, elilltfamous Don Lash once more setting team totals. Michigan State placed
a dizzy pace. third, and Ohio State fourth.
officially succeed Wally Heavenrich, He captured the individual title in While there is no official wrld 's
1935 pilot, who is practicing with the the brilliant time of 19 minutes, 36.2 record for the run, perfect time is
squad as well as attending law school. seconds for the four miles as In- considered to be 20 minutes.
Bissell won a Varsity letter in
wrestling in 1934 but was unable to
duplicate his feat last year when he Watch Repairing! STROH'S
was forced to leave school at the end H LPABST BLUE kIBBON
of the first semester to manage an HFRIAR'S ALA
inherited estate. He won three out Jewelry At All D
of his four matches during the firstJ Stateaniertyes
semester, losing only to Capt. Walter 3rJ. J. O'KANE, Dist. Dial 3500
Jacobs of Michigan State. ~___ _--__ __
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-Associated Press Photo
Michigan drove to the Ohio State three-yard line in the first period of their annual game at Columbus,

9., but got no further. Cumiskey, Ohio right end (second from right), is

shown as he started to tackle Sweet.

Cappon Takes
Varsity Cagers
To Field House
Squad Of 19 Reports For
Drill On Big Floor; Five
Gridders Included
With the football season fast fad-
ing out of. the limelight, Coach
Franklin Cappon took his Varsity
basketball squad yesterday to Yost
Field House for its first practice of
the year on the big hardwood court
there in preparation for the opening
game against Michigan Normal, just
two weeks in the future.
Five gridders reported for their
first workout with the cage team and
two more are expected to report in
the next few days. Those who were
in uniform yesterday were Bill Bar-
clay, Louis Levine, John Nicholson,
Don Paquette, and Jim Barnett. Matt
Patanelli, twice letter winner, and
Danny Smick, promising sophomore,
are resting up after their battle at
Columbus and should be out by
Thanksgiving.
Varsity Remains Intact

Jimmy Braddock Patanelli Rates
Promises ToKo0 All-Conference
NEW YORK, Nov. 23.-(P)-Only S e c on d Tear
three weeks short of fighting trim,
.,CHICAGO, Nov. 23.-(W)-Sele
James J. Braddock, the heavyweight tion on the Big Ten all-star footba
dam ton, came baack from the sout team for the third consecutive se
fihtoytJoernuithatalAlanuticnCtyson capped the brilliant careers of E
fight witb Joe Louis is all but in the Widseth and Merle Wendt today.
bag. Matt Patanelli was named an en
Lean and bronzed from six weeks on the second team, while Cedi
at Hot Springs, Ark., where he was Sweet at fullback and Jesse Garb
cured of arthritis, Braddock looked at guard were Wolverines given ho:
the picture of health. orable mention.
"I'll not only fight Louis if I get The all stars: Merle Wendt, Oh
the chance, but I'll knock him out," State, end; Edwin Widseth, Minn
he promised. "He'll be just as easy sota, tackle; Steve Reid, Northwes
for the style I'll use against him as ern, guard; Elvin Sayre, Illinois, ce
he was for Schmeling. He's just as ter; Inwdod Smith, Ohio Sta
soft for a good right as he ever was." guard; Charles Hamrick, Ohio Sta
Braddock will appear before the tackle; John Kovatch, Northwester
New York State Athletic Commission end; Fred Vanzo, Northwester
Friday to sign to defend his title quarter; Andrew Uram, Minnesot
against Schmeling next June, post half; Don Heap, Northwestern, ha:
$5,000 as a guarantee and be ex- Cecil Isbell, Purdue, fullback.
amined by the commission's physi- For the first time in years no sop
cians. I omores won first team mention. Wi
The commission has indicated that seth, Wendt, Reid, Sayre, Smith an
once the champion carries out his Hamrick are seniors. Hamrick waso
promise to sign for the German, it the 1935 second team, while Hea
will adopt a hands off attitude with Isbell, Smith, Sayre moved up fro
respect to his out-of-the-state ac- the honorable mention list of a ye
tivities. ago.
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Cappon used the same five that way,
has made up the first team since the will b
beginning of practice, but found it ablyf
less effective on the big floor than Th(
on Intramural courts. Capt. Johnny at a c
Gee was not at practice, and his ab- andF
sence handicapped the team, but still andl
it didn't look as good as was expect-
ed.
Manny Slavin started in Gee's
front line post, but his lob passes
were ineffective. Dick Joslin looked
better, working well with Jake
Townsend on the pivot post plays.
Team Ahead Of '35-'36 Five
The team as a whole has been
showing itself to be ahead of the
1935-36 quintet at this point last year
with the exception of the disputed
forward position that Ed Thomas is
holding down. Thomas still is hav-
ing trouble orienting himself in Cap-
pon's difficult screen plays, in which
he plays an important part.
Every man on the team had trouble
hitting the basket although the
change from the smaller Intramural
floor may have caused this. Dick
Long and Herm Fishman broke loose
time after time but couldn't induce
the ball to stick in the basket con-
sistently. On defense the Varsity
turned in a satisfactory performance
though the scrimmage wasn't much
of a test for the opposition was weak
offensively.
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it is expected the Louis fight
e closed early next week, prob-
for Feb. 20.
e change in date was discussed
conference today between Gould
Herman Taylor, of Philadelphia,
Mike Jacobs, joint promoters.

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