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THE, MICHIGAN DAILY

TUESDAY,

THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY,

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ntramural D epartment
ntire Plant Is Veteran Court Star Powerful Cage
tpened To All Squad Is Seen
New Students For 1937-38
cllities For 19 Sports Graduation Losses Offset
Are Available; Several , By Likely Sophomores
Contests Planned And StrongVeterans
At 4:30 p.m. this afternoon in the (Continued from Page 9)
rge Intramural Building gymna- "i
m the Orientation weeks sports . points to finish sixth among the Con-
ogam will sinintaction t s ference leaders last year. Little need
,gram will swing into action to give b adt mhsz h ifcly
new students an opportunity to be said to emphasize the difficulty
i new teselvsnw tty to ilof this feat in the type of competition
quaint themselves with the faci-which the Big Ten provides
s available and to enjoy any num-
r of sports activities. . j As possible replacements for Gee,
Immediately after explanations of Cappon has Dean Ray (not of the
e program are given, the entire ..~ faculty), an impressive sophomore
oup will be taken on a tour of - who may fill the bill. Other aspirants
ection of the building to be fol- for the post are Danny Smick, who
wed by participation in 19 various showed a lot of talent in his play last
year; Bill Lane, who, like Geehas
orts. Elmer Mitchell. Intramural b.k,,
rector has requested that partici-, een wrking for two years to over-
nts should wear gym shoes and old.come natural awkwardness in- his
ithes. .. play and may now be ready for a
Equipment I'urnished berth; and Manny Slavin, benched
With the exception of tennis rac- during the greater part of last sea-
ets and golf clubs all playing equip- son by a knee injury.
mnt will be furnished by the de- Nucleus Is Good
rtment and, if desired, during the The returning veterans provide
cr of inspection personal equipment Cappon with a fine nucleus with-
ch as racquets, golf clubs and so -N ..which to base his attack. First, fore-
rth may be checked at the Intra- most, and supreme regins Capt. John-
Aral Building ny Townsend, who finished third
The activities to be held inside the Hcrm Fishman stocky senior among the scorers with 121 points
ilding itself include badminton, guard, is a. mainstay on this year's last year. A superlative player, com-
th 12 courts in readiness, boxing to Varsity quintet. petitor, and leader, he should have
held in the boxing room down- his biggest-year this season.
irs with Coach Martin Levandow- Other returning veterans are the B
i to supervise workouts, codeball Truteh lodN Glf, reliable Bill Barclay, flashy Herm1
d handball to be played in the Fishman, Leo Beebe and Eddie
merous handball courts also lo- Thomas, all of whom showed a lot
ted downstairs, wrestling under the up M atC , eS of promise last season. These men
'ection of a member of the Varsity should profit by a season of playing
estling team with table tennis Start Oct. 9-1 together, and consequently the Wol-
Luipment also set up for use here, verine attack may display an added
d basketball can be played if zip this year.
ough men want to organize a game. Play in the 72-hole Trueblood Golf Likely looking sophomores besides
uipment and officials will be pro- Cup matches will begin Oct. 9 and 10 Ray are Russ Dobson, Charley Pink,
led by the I-M department. and will be concluded Oct. 16 and Bob Palmer, Milo Sukup, and Freddie
Other Sports Offered 17, Prof.-emeritus Thomas C. True- Trosko. Where they fit into the pic-
Volleyball, gymnastics, paddleball, blood, donor of the cup, announced ture Cappon has not yet decided.
rseshoes, dart baseball and fenc- yesterday. Style Unchanged
gand other sports which will be Thirty-six holes will be played on Cappon stated that the Michigan
ered within the confines of the each of these week-ends with medal style of play this year will be much
iding+ play in force throughout. the same as last, which means that
The Orientation Week Golf tourna- The tournament is open to all Townsend will be the hub of the Wol-
nt will be held this Saturday, Sept. scholastically eligible students except verine offense throughout. The team
at 1 p.m. All golfers interested members of the varsity squad who employs a type of delayed break, with
ould report at the University course have received their M's. _ the forwards and center facing cen-
ross the cut-off from south Ferry The purpose of this tournament, ter court and feeding to the guards
les oeda play. Imcase of rain according to Professor Trueblood, is who suddenly break in fast.
to determine what new talent may be The height of Townsend and Gee
e play will take place at 4:15 p.m. expected among the golfers next last season enabled them to tally
, Monday the 27th. The players year, and the results of the matches many points by flipping the ball in
Sbe required 'to pay the greens feewill count heavily in choosing both from their vantage point under the
Give Shoting Award Varsity and freshmen squads. basket instead of feeding to the
[ nhe ROTC department will award Professor Trueblood came to the breaking men.
winner of the rifle shooting tour- University in 1884 when he organized This year will inaugurate the de-
ment with a Krag .30 caliber rifle. and headed the department of speech. parture of the center jump in Con-
e competition will start today at In 1901 he organized the first golf ference games after a point has been
d West end of the Intramural team in the Big Ten here and was in- 'scored. With the exception of the
pdreng with each total score being strumental in getting the other Con- beginning of the. game and the half,
npared with the scores of those ference schools to follow suit. He the jump will be replaced by an out
he Intramural Pool will be open has often been called the "father of of bounds play as has been used after
esday, Wednesday, Thursday and collegiate golf in the west." fouls have been made.
day during Orientation Week from He retired as a teacher on his 70th

To

Welcome Freshman

Today

Goes To Blackhawks

Heyliger Joins
Chicago's Pro
Hockey Team
Vic Heyliger, one of Michigan's
greatest hockey stars, will report for
duty at the Chicago Blackhawks'
training base in Muskegon, within the!
next few weeks.
Vic, who also roamed the outer
garden for Ray Fisher's baseballers,
has kept in condition by working at
an automobile plant in Detroit during
the summer and pedaling his bike in
leisure hours between here and Ypsi-
lanti. He reports to be wind-shape
and fit.
The Beaver, as he was affectionate-
ly known on the campus, left a tre-
mendous gap in the Wolverine hockey
lineup. His play at the center ice
was chiefly instrumental in Michi-
gan's success last winter when a state
title and a tie for the Big Ten cham-
pionship was gained by Coach Eddie
Lowrey's sextet.
His adroit stick-handling earned
him respect of every opponent and
further recognition was offered when
he was chosen on an all-star Middle-
western six.

Links Stars Gain Recognition

Two star members of the great
Michigan golf teams of the recent
past and one member of the present
squad won national recognition this
summer due to their outstanding
play in some of the country's most
important tournaments.
Johnny Fischer, former National
Amateur titleholder, went to the
semi-final round at Seattle in defense
of his title, but was finally dropped
by Ray Billows, surprising youngster
from the East 6 and 5.
Fischer's play, with the exception
of the Billows' match where he
seemed to lose his touch around the
greens, was up to its usual fine stan-
dard. The Cincinnati law student is
almost a sure bet for a Walker Cup
Berth this year.
Charley Kocsis, who tollowed Fis-
cher as Michigan's golf captain in
1936, was also defeated in an earlier

the Western Amateur at Los Anp les
on Sept. 5. Kocsis dropped a gruacel!ing
36-hole final round match to Wifford
Wehrle of Racine, Wis., by a single
hole. The latter dropped a 20-foot
put for a birdie on the final hole Zo
cinch the title.
Kocsis, however, through his fine
play in both tournaments is another
tronig contender for the coveted
W1alker Cup position.
Bill Barclay, who will return this
spring for his final season on the
links, provided the biggest siurprise in
National Intercollegiate Golf Tourna-
ment in June when he reached the
semi-final round only to be defeated
by Paul Leslie of Louisiana State.
Barclay's play was by far the best
he has displayed in competition. The
Flint star upset Willie Turnesa of the
famous golfing family in an earlier
round and showed a lot of form in his

Vie Heyliger, last year's Michigan
hockey captain and star center, is
following in the footsteps of his
former teammate Johnny Sherf, in
joi'ning the professional hockey
ranks. Vic has signed to play with.
the Chicago Blackhawks this com-
ing season.

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