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TUESDAY, NOV. 23, 1937

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Football Squad
Is Awarded 26
Major Letters
List Includes Only Eleven
Seniors; Captaincy Will
Be Announced Today
Following close on the heels of the
last game of the season; came the
announcement yesterday afternoon:
of the football awards for the current
year. There was a total of 26 M
letters, 11 Secondary letters and 15i
Junior Varsity letters which will be
received by 20 sophomores, 20 juniors
and 12 seniors.
It was also announced that the l
election of the football captain for L
the 1938 season will take place to-
morrow noon at the Union.-
The list is as follows: M awards,
William C. Barclay, '38, Flint, Mich.;
John C. Brennan, '39, Racine, Wis.;
Robert D. Campbell, '38, Ionia, Mich.;
Douglas A. Farmer, '38, Hinsdale,
Ill.; Elmer J. Gedeon, '39, Cleveland,
Ohio; Ralph I. Heikkinen, '39, Jack-
son, Mich.; Archie J. Kodros, '40,
Alton, Ill.; Louis Levine, '39, Mus-
kegon Hts., Mich.; Earle B. Luby, '39,
Chicago. r
George A. Marzonie, '38, Chicago; I
John E. Nicholson, '39, Elkhart, Ind.;1
Frederick C. Olds, '39, East Lansing;
Ernest A. Pederson, Jr., '38, Grandl
Blanc, Mich.; Norman B. Purucker,'
'39, Hercules Renda, '40, Jochin, W.
Va.; Joseph M. Rinaldi, '38, Elkhart,I
Ind.; C. Stark Ritchie, '38, Battlef
Creek, Mich.; Roland Savilla, '40,
Gallager, W. Va.; Donald J. Siegel,
'39, Royal Oak, Mich.; Dan Smick,
'39, Hazel Park, Mich.; William A.
Smith, '40, San Antonio, Texas; E.
Cramon Stanton, '39, Charleston, W.
Va.; Fred Trosko, '40, Flint, Arthur,
L. Valpey, '38, Detroit, and Clarence
H. Vandewater '39, Holland.
Secondary awards go to Harold J.1

Michigan sportdom officially op-
ened its winter season yesterday with
basketball leading the parade in the
(:agers first afternoon practice of
the year.
TWEDELL Guard Thirteen men drilled at the Field
' Minnesota) House under Coach Franklin C. Cap-
pon with five more expected to bring
the squad up to its playing number
of 18 by the end of the week.
The Wolverines open their season
Dec. 11, facing Michigan State in the
Field House.
Yesterday's session found two
teams working on offense and de-
fense in a makeshift scrimmage with
one group working the ball in from
mid-floor against a defensive crew.
Cappon had Leo Beebe, Herm
Fishman, Eddie Thomas, Jim Rae,
ater SCHNREYER ackle Russ Dobson, and Bill Barclay on his
te) .(Purdue) offensive team while Fred Trosko,
Charley Pink, Ben Weaver, Dave
Wood, Dick Long, Bob Palmer, and
Vince Valek made up the defense.
Capt. John Townsend, brilliant
Wolverine center, was absent due to
an afternoon lab as were several of
the football men who took a day of
grace after the grind of the gridiron
season.
Besides Trosko and Barclay, Dan
Smick, John Nicholson, and Lou Le-
vine are ex-gridiron aspirants for
back ZARNAS Guard cage berths and all will report before
(Ohio State) the week is out. Other squad mem-
bers are Mannie Slavin, veteran sen-
will undoubtedly be taken over by an- ,ior forward, and Bill Lane, lanky
ocenter.
other sophomore, Edwin "Smack" Al- Townsend, Barclay, and Fishman
len. Allen who comes from Niagara at this stage are certain of starting
tario amateur circles and is consid- berths with Smick, Beebe, Thomas,
ered as being able to fill Heyliger's Ray and Long holding the edge for
shoes. the other two positions.

Floersch, Wyandotte; Wallace R.
Hook, Jr., '39, E. Grand Rapids; John
H. Kinsey, '40, Plymouth; DerwoodI
D. Laskey, '40, Milan; Harry K. Mul-
holland, '40, Bay City; Norman J.
Nickerson, '39, Detroit; Robert P.
Pitrowski, '39, Manistee; Joseph C.
Rogers, '40, Royal Oak; Horace C.
Tinker, '40, Battle Creek; Frederick
G. Ziem, '38, Pontiac, and Dennis A.
Kuhn, '40, River Rouge.

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Bueks, Gophers Top All-Stars!

Don
As
Six

Heap, Isbell Repeat
Injuries Bar Many;
Schools Represented

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MICHIGAN UNION BALLROOM

WEDNESDAY ...e..
being the day before a
school holiday, all students
not attending the Union
dance will be given three
bolts instead of the usual
one, and may flunk the
course.

1 0 till 1

$1.00 per couple

MICHIGAN UNION BALLROOM

Heikkinen, Siegel
Make Second Team
CHICAGO, Nov. 22. -(P)--Thej
1937 Big Ten All Star gridiron team,'
selected by the coaches' for the As.-
sociated Press, lines up today with a.
trio from Minnesota's championship,
three from Ohio State, two from Pur-
due, and one each from Indiana,
Northwestern and Iowa in the mythi-
cal battlefront.
After voting battles as close, at
most positions, as the scores which l
decided the championship season's
big struggles, two members of last7
year's. all star "Varsity," halfbacks
Don Heap of Northwestern, and Pur-
due's Cecil Isbell, again made places
on the team. Injuries were largely
responsible for three others, sensa-
tional Andy Uram of Minnesota, and
Northwestern's great defensive pair,
quarterback Fred Vanzo and End
John Kovatch, yielding their posi-
tions.
Rugged Jim McDonald of Ohio'
State, his brilliance undimmed by a
shift from a ball-carrying assign-
ment to blocking drudgery, succeeded
Vanzo at quarter. Isbell, last year's
honor fullback, moved to Uram's
halfback position, and Corby Davis,
Indiana's 200-pound powerhouse,
key-'man of the Hoosier offense,f
earned Isbell's 1936 post.
There was no unanimous choice,1
but King and Davis came as close as
possible, each receiving nine first
team votes, and one secondary bal-
lot. Only Twedell, a junior, kept the
team from being an all-senior affair.,
The second-string, Fitzgerald and
Benz, ends; Alex Schoenbaum of
Ohio State, and Dori Siegel of Michi-
gan, tackles; Sirtosky and, Ralph
Heikkinen, a n o t h e r Wolverine,
guards; Miller at center; Vanzo at
quarter, two sophomore stars, Nile
Kinnick of Iowa, and Harold Van
Every of Minnesota, halfbacks, and'
Larry Buhler of Minnesota at full -
back, gave all but Illinois representa-
tion on the two teams.C
The First Team:
E Ray King, Minn., senior, 6 ft.
3 in., 195, Duluth, Minn.
T Louis Midler, Minn., senior, 6 ft.
1 in., 210, St. Paul, Minn.
G Francis Twedell, Minn., junior,
5 ft. 11 in., 218, Austin, Minn.
C Ralph Wolf, Ohio State, senior,
6 ft. 2 in., 194, Youngstown, O.
G Gus Zarnas, Ohio State, senior,
5 ft. 10 in., 198, Brackenridge,
Pa.
LETTER WINNERS ATTENTION
All football letter winners for
1937 must /meet at Rentschler's
studio, 319 East Huron St., for the
squad picture today at 12:15 p.m.
Fred Colombo.

T Martin Schreyer, Purdue, senior, H ockey Tea
6 ft. 2 in., 218, South Bend. i oeae a
E. Robert Lannon, Iowa, senior, 6
ft. 2 in., 198, Winner, S.D. To
QB James McDonald, Ohio State,
senior, 6 ft., 190, Springfield.
HB Donald Heap, Northwestern,I Test Saturda
senior, 5 ft. 11 in., 200, Lowell, Ta
Ind.
HB Cecil Isbell, Purdue, senior, 6 ft., Facing the initial game of a stren-
189, Houston, Tex. Iuous 1937-38 schedule with only five
FBCretHDavsn iadays to spare, Michigan's Varsity
FB Corbett Davis, Indiana, senior, hockey squad moved onto the ice yes-
5 ft. 11 in., 200, Lowell, Id. terday for its first real workout of1
Second Team the season.
ENDS-Robert Fitzgerald, Chicago, Opening its card against the Uni-
and Fred Benz, Wisconsin. versity of Western Ontario here Sat-
TACKLES - A 1 e x Schoenbaum, urday night, the Wolverine sextet will
Ohio State, and Donald Siegel, Mich. need plenty of work and practice
GUARDS-James Sirtosky, In- beforeait'sready to take on the vis-
itors, Coach Eddie Lowrey said yes-
diana, and Ralph Heikkinen, Mich. terday. He will send the squad
CENTER-George Miller, Indiana. through heavy drills every afternoon
QUARTERBACK - F r e d Vanzo, this week, except Friday, hoping to
Northwestern. bring the outfit around to a better
HALFBACKS-Harold Van Every, physical condition.
Minnesota, and Niles Kinnick, Iowa. Only one player from last year's
FULLBACK - Lawrence Buhler, Big Ten championship aggregation
Minnesota. is lost to the team this year due to
graduation. ,Vic Heyliger, last year's
Ccaptain and center, is now playing
heerleader Hedess Iwith the Chicago Blackhawks in the
Of Any Broken Bones National Hockey League.
The forward line will again see Gib
All football heroes aren't made James and Johnny Fabello as Low-
on the gridiron. rey's first wing choices. Both Fa-
During the Ohio State game bello and James are good passers and
Saturday afternoon, Bob Williams fast skaters and did a great deal of
'38, head man of the Michigan scoring for Michigan last year. Ed
cheerleading staff, favored his Chase, former spare, is again return-
sore arm that, he injured when ing to the forward wall.
he slipped on the ice between the Coach Lowery's defense will con-
Field House and the Stadium sist of two veterans of the previous
prior to the game but he thought season, Burt Smith and Captain Bob
nothing more of it then. Simpson. Both Simpson and Smith
However near the close of the payed almost every minute of the en- I
HwvrnathclofteI tire former schedule.
game it began to swell dangerous- The goalie position is wide open
ly. Alarmed, Bob reported to the with Bill Chase, who held the posi-
Health Service after the game tion last year, and Spike James,
where he was informed that he sophomore brother of Gib, fighting
had broken his arm in two places for the position.
when he had fallen on the ice. Heyliger's vacated center position
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