Squad, 20 Strong, Leaves
What Happens To An All-American?
Here's Record Of Michigan Greats
greats are still connected with ath-
letics today. Benny Friedman, the
passer of the great Friedman to Oos-,
terbaan combination of 1925 and
1926 is head football coach at College
of the City of New York while Oos-
terbaan, of course, is basketball coach
here at Michigan.
Blott Is Head Coach
Jack Blott, another of Michigan's
long list of star centers, is head coach
of both baseball and football at Wes-
leyan University, while "Butch"
Slaughter, who starred at guard for
the Wolverines in '24, is assistant
coach of those two sports at Virginia.
Maynard "Doc" Morrison, star cen-
ter of the '31 Wolverines, is now foot-
ball coach at Eastern High School
in Lansing, and Henry Vick, another
great pivot man, while in the insur-
ance business here in Ann Arbor, al-
so referees Big Ten football games
during the fall.
Ford Claims Share
Henry Ford has also claimed his
share of Michigan gridiron greats.
Harry Newman, who saw several years
of service with the New York Giants
professional team after his gradua-
tion, Otto Pommerening and Chuck
Bernard are all in his employ.
Whitey Wistert, after spending
three years in professional baseball,
has returned to the University to
complete his work for a law degree.
Harry Kipke, as everyone knows,
has also returned to the University
but in a different capacity, while
Ralph Heikkinen, the most recent
addition to the ranks, will be in
school till June and next fall will
take over a full-time job here as as-
sistant line coach.
Benbrook Lives In Dallas
Benny Benbrook, the orignial
"block of granite" at guard in 1909,1
is now residing in Dallas, Texas while
Jimmy Craig, halfback in 1913, is
recovering from an attack of appen-
dicitis in, Tucson, Ariz.
Johnny Maulbetsch is a druggist in
Huntington, W.Va., and Stanfield
Wells, end on the 1910 squad, is in
the insurance business in Nashville.
Ernest Allmendinger, guard of the
1917 squad, is with the State Highway
Department and makes his headquar-
ters in Ann Arbor.
Hurlers Look Good
In Freshmen Drills
A squad of approximately 60 fresh-
man baseball players has been work-
ing out under Coach Bennie Ooster-
baan and Lou Weintraub for the past
week on the south. diamond at Ferry
Especially outstanding have been
the batterymen. Steve Vukas, Paul
Goldsmith and Don Holman have all
turned in impressive performances,
while George Harms and Hanley
Wolf are waging a battle for the
first-string backstopping berth.
Bud Chamberlain, a third base-
man, has pounded out several long-
distance clouts to show the way to
the yearling batters.
Michigan Normal 110; Bowling
Green (0.) 21.
Kansas State 79; Nebraska 54.
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