THE MICHIGAN DAILY
THE MIHIGAN lATTY UESDAY 8EPTE__ U. 2. 193
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mate ambition is still somewhat
Michigan's Hercules Is Modes tHe'vague. With the girls he is ad-'
mizttedly no Casanova.
Michi~gores H e cules't M odestmHe'd. Never did,"
Rather Talk A bout His Friend oeie says, but his pleasant appearance
and unassuming manner ought to
p>_--make him a favorite with the ladies
Two years ago down in the West _ should he ever trod the Primrose
da's little boy was practically the was then that he ran into his only Path.
Virginia coal-mining country, East- whole show that day although he serious injury in sport competition.
bank High, boasting some 900 stu- wouldn't admit such a thing. That is! In one game he was bumped while
dents, had a football team. And al- charin the air with both feet off the floor,
though this team wasn't the scourge Ahohacteristic of Herc and landed on his head. Five weeksdA Fiveweeks
ough he played on a small high in the hospital taught him that foot-
of the countryside, they did do betterschool team and never saw a college ball was the best and safest sport
than break even as a rulegame until he came to Ann Arbor after all.!PA R K E
This squad has two especially last year, this diminutive 152-pound He also ran the dash and low
prominent members in a six foot four halfback joined the freshman squad hurdles on the track squad but, as -.a
hanfbach joiked tndfrhshmankquadwashe hastened to explain, "we didn't
inch tackle and a halfback who was and played with a dash and spirit have much of a track team."
one foot shorter or five feet four that was a joy to coaches and spec- Concerning Michigan's 1 9 3 7
inches. Hercules and Joe they were tators alike. On the offense he runs chances he again becomes non-coin-
-but not as you think. Hercules like a frightened deer and is death- mital.314 o
was the five-footer and Joe the high ly with his tackles while on defense. I rather not say. Let's wait and
boy. Today they are better known j Basketball Too Rough see what happens. They are a nswell
as Hercules Renda and Joe Savilla, With the beginning of Varsity bunch of fellows though. I've never
two top-notch sophomore prospects practice this fall, his play served seen a better bunch of boys and they
on the Michigan football squad. notice on all aspirants to the regular
Joe Stopped 'em wingback position that they would all have a lot of confidence more
Alhough these t vo lads performed have to hustle or give way to a lit- than they had last year I think
many stellar feats on the scholastic tlier man. His lack of height does On the campus last year Herc took
gridirons, to hear Hercules Gennero not seem to hinder him in the least, a general course for the lack of some-
Renda tell it, his husky tackle friend however. In high school he received thing better but now has decided on
was the only man worth talking passes the same as any other back a forestry course although his ulti-
about. and here in practice has shown no
"I remember the game against weakness in the defense against
reenbrier," he relates, "when Sa- aerials. .ee r'
villa just about stopped them single- Back in Eastbank, Here worked Typewriters
handed and they were supposed to as a tippler at the coal mine in the Pens - Pencils 302
beat us." summer and in the winter played Student Supplies South State
"But wasn't there anytime during basketball as well as football for the
your career that you did something alma mater. Strangely enough, it
outstanding?" he was asked.
OLDS MUST WIN
Fred Olds, one of the ranking
guard candidates, has a double rea-
son for wanting- to whip Michigan
State Saturday. Fred's home is in
East Lansing, the lair of the Spar-
tans, and should. Michigan come out
on the wrong end of the score, he will
be in for a mighty razzing
be in for a mighty razzing
I Select Stock of
Dick Degsner former Wolverine
springboard artist and Olympic
lowboard champion returned to
Ann Arbor yesterday from Cleve-
land where he performed this sum-
mer as one of the main attractions
in Billy Rose's "Aquacade." . Deg-
ener will resume his work as man-
ager and partner in a men's shop.
By HERB LEV
Michigan's track team, indoor and
outdoor champions of the Western
Conference, will get some unlooked
for assistance next spring in seeking
to regain the titles.
For, although Michigan has con-
tinually occupied a top rung in the
track ladder, it has been two years,
since they have been able to garner
a single point, in the high jump.
Wes Allen, colored sophomore from
Cleveland, is the newcomer upon
whom Coach Charley Hoyt is de-
pending to regain lost laurels in an
event, which the Wolverines have
been decidedly weak since the grad-
uation of Willis Ward.
Last fall as a freshman, Allen first
broke into the limelight with a six-
foot-four inch leap, which broke all
existing freshman records, and would
have been good for a third place in
either Conference meet.
Allen missed the whole outdoor
season last spring, financial diffi-
culties forcing him to leave school in
February, but now he is back for
another fling at the records.
Indications are that the six-foot-
four leap was far from Wes's peak.
As a senior in high school he set al
"No, I can't say that there was,"
came the non-committal reply.
"Didn't you ever score the win-
Didn't Do Nothing
"Well, I did the last game of the
season. We beat East Fairmont 1,9
"How were the touchdowns made?"
We queried again.
"Oh, one was through tackle."
"That was thet one you made?"
"Well, I made all three of 'em."
"All just short plunges then."
"Well, the first one was for 70
And slowly we find that Mrs. Ren-
new Ohio interscholastic record with
a jump of six-foot-five. This mark
looks all the more formidable, con-
sidering the fact that Mel Walker,
holder of the world's high jump rec-
ord, is a product of an Ohio high
school, as are Ed Burke of Marquette,
and Dave Albritton, Walker's team-
mate at Ohio State, both of whom
have exceeded six-nine.
Allen is also a capable broad-
jumper, approaching 23 feet on sev-
eral occasions, and together with
the other versatile colored star, Bill
Watson, is expected to be one of the
leading point gatherers for the Hoyt-
In high school Wes distinguished
himself on the basketball court, al-
most as much as on the cinderpath,
gaining a forward berth on the All-
city five, but has decided to confine
his efforts here to track.
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