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September 20, 1938 - Image 12

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The Michigan Daily, 1938-09-20

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TUESDAY, SEPT. 20, 1938


Spartans Seek
Fifth Triumph
Over Michigan
Pingel, Nelson Duo Offers
Chief Threat To Hopes
Of Wolverine Fans
(Continued from Page 9)
vacancy, Bachman has switched
Ernie Bremer and George Gargett,
veteran ends, to tackle.
Two lettermen, Tom McShannock
and Ron Alling, are back for center,
but a 197 pound sophomore named
Herb Schaffer is re-
ported to hold an,
edge on both, at this
writing. :;.e
Usif Haney, 200
pound senior full-
back, who has few """::
peers as a line-
backer, returns, but
Bachman is search-
ing for a speedier
man so sophomores Nelson
Jack Amon or Paul Derrickson may
get the call. Haney and his imme-
diate replacement last year, George
Kovacich, will see important ser-
vice, however.
Cagey Allen Diebold, a fine block-
er, returns to play quarterback,
and will receive assistance from big
Les Bruckner, a letterman and Don
Rossi star of the Spartans' boxing
team who was a reserve last fall. Ed
Pearce and Steve Szasz, who alter-
nated at right half last season, will
again divide the post. The boy who
shows the greater
blocking ability will
start against Michi-
A glance over the
Spartans' roster re-
vels the presence of
two Klewickis,
brothers of the great
Ed Klewicki, a, Spar-
tan immortal now
Pingel starring at endi for
the Detroit Lions. Herman Klewicki is
a veteran quarterback who was:kept
!out last year by a broken leg, while
brother Casey is a sophomqie half-
back candidate.

Strong, Veteran Golf Team Expected

As good, if not better.
That is the outlook for Michigan's
golf forces for the season 1938-39 in
comparison with last year's team
which finished in third place in the
conference championship and tied for
seventh in the National Intercollegiate
All told, four letter winners will be
absent when the linksmen step on the
first tee to begin competition next
spring. They are ex-Captain Al Kar-
pinski, Bill Barclay, Fred Schwarze
and Jim Loar. But two of these, Kar-
pinski, and Barclay, played regularly
last season, and the latter will be the
most difficult to replace.
Four Juniors Return
On the asset side, four very promis-
ing juniors, including Captain-elect
Bob Palmer, are expected to provide
the backbone of the team. Besides
Palmer, returning juniors who have
won letters are Lynn Riess, Tom Tuss-
ing and Bill Black. Each should be of
greater value to the team because of
added experience and play this sum-
Add to these Jack Emery who was
ineligible last year after having
earned his letter the preceding sea-
son, Bill Yearned, the long-hitting
senior, Bill Warren also a senior and1
a letter winner, Ken Johnson and Ken
McCarren, plus a promising crop of
sophomores, and the Wolverine golf-
ing picture for 1938-39 is fairly bright.
Yearlings Show Promise
Frosh numeral winners, all of
whom are expected to be out to gain
places on the Varsity, include Fred,
Lamb, John Barr, Chandler Simonds
at the

and Philip Clapp all from the metro- squad, touring the south during spring
politan Detroit district. From Flint vacation under Coach Courtright, was
there is Ken Calder, C. James and inaugurated and proved so successful
David Rhame while Fred Dannesfelser that another such journey is planned
of Toledo and Bob Forsythe of Ann for this year. A total of eight matches
Arbor complete the group. were played and the Wolverines cap-
Last year the practice of a chosen tured six of them.



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