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September 19, 1939 - Image 14

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h Crisler Big Ten Crown Seems Remote Natators Trip Backfield Mainstay Illini Wear Strong Pants Bu
Yam,-, CHAMPAIGN, Ill.-University of C
ts Reserve As Ineltgility Hits Mat Squad Abroad Put Off Illinois football players when they Oi
ntdress for their opening game against mig
tre ti W o ld 1 rr 1Bradley here Sept. 30 will draw on a The
ie Strength Harland Danner Returns other ineligibility victim, and Keen By W orld W ar ndf s. Th nt n
must hunt for a capable replacement which will repace the oranggold foot
nesWill Be Aided e e there. Wolverine Squad Of Nine "skinner satin" garments worn for and
le Aed Jordan To Lead Team Veterans Return . the last two seasons, will be made long
ByorabAS scCOULDeMichigan is well equipped in the $a from "tackle twill," a new material rea
Determined Spirit By MASE GOULD heavier weights, however with vet- T r British Isles eralded as extremely durable. firs
Complete revenge at the expense of r weigh, hev wiht,
tinued from Page 9) the Indiana Hoosiers, who snatche and four outstanding andidates at Just two days before the Wolverine__
h d the Big Ten crown away from Mich- swimming squad was set to sail to
should happen to them,~ Bi 165. k._
igan last spring, appears to be very Heavyweight Forrest "Butch" Jor- Europe this summer, the Second
"mn osc eoea hssaeo h ae don will captain the Wolverine rop- World War broke out, causing an in-UTV
alted from the coaching according to the Wolverines' Varsity $1d00fREW-
laenaioscol fo rmtea ti sae fth amdap illcpanteWleiega-WrdWrboeot asn ni- h euners and seems headed for his best definite postponement of the schved- for tertr
h the ends are lettermen wrestling coach, Cliff Keen, season. Last year, "Butch" butchered
two); both are good of- The ineligibility bug, which has four opponents while losing but one thathwill unlhrkhtheBr
ith Nicholson a fine block- deprived many an athlete from dual meet match, and he -was second tish Isles.
itig a remarkable pass re- reaching stardom,.has hit the Michi- only to Wilbur Nead of Iowa in the "It was a nasty shame for the
d Ozak, a reserve award gan grappling ranks broadside, weak- Big Ten meet. Towering football boys;" said Coach Matt Mann, "in
ening especially the lightweight divi- tackle Joe Savilla should prove a val- fact it's a nasty shame for the en-
Dm last year, rangy Joe sions. Indiana's squad will be brim- uable alternate. tire world.
ted as a sophomore al- ful of veterans at the first six At 175, Don Nichols, brother of Nine Wolverines Named
was a varsity candidate weights, with only 175-pound Big lastyear's mat leader, appears next
ago when he failed to fin- Ten champion Chris Traicoff and to unbeatable. He has never lost of the Michigan natators were
ar, and Harlin "Whitey" heavyweight Sammy Hyde lost by an intercollegiate dual meet match W ELCOEto make the trip, including Dobson
will attempt to fill the graduation. Thus a successful reor- during two years as a regular, al- Burton, Gus and John Sharemet,
reserve breach. ganization in the Maize and Blue Bm Iaie ptal Be am,Bill
of the graduation of Capt. lighter weights appears imperative if Beebe Ed Hutchens,
a and Don Siegel, the first Michigan is to regain the Conference Hams and Jim Welsh.
:les are well manned. Bill crown which she so proudly wore last A swimming meet between theER
should come into his own year.n Wolverine forces and a combined To Harmon is again expected
nd Joe Savilla, as hard to Sparks Is Ineligible team from Oxford and Cambridge to be an important cog in the sI
te nrountains of West Vir- Keen was counting heavily on the was to be the highlight of the sched- Wolverine backfield which is ratedGOOD
alls his home, are seniors return of-speedy, powerful little Tom- uled five week tour, as one of the best in Big Ten cir- Noted for GOOD FOOD
years of experience. The my Sparks, 121-pound sensation in The Wolverine contingent was to eles. His fine running and ex-
'f Savilla Is like found his freshman year but ineligible last land at Southampton on the eleventh cellent passing last year were ma-
e injured his foot early season. Grappling experts, after of September. On the following two jor factors in the success of Mich-
and was not expected to watching Sparks as a yearling, saw days, exhibitions were to be given at igan's grid squad.
competition. Smith, who in him a potential Big Ten chain Hastgs and Birmingham.
punting them high, wide pion, but unfortunately he will be British Welcome Canceled
ome, may be pulled out of ineligible at least for another sea-u The British were to give their offi-
yis Year to do the kicking. son. cial welcome to the Michigan squadho BgPEa
Ostroot, 210 pounds of Another blow presents itself with on Sept. 14 at Leeds. From there, Bg..e s
sophomore, who should the news that Bill Combs, former Mann and his nine swimmers were AOCE____
of action, Reuben Kelto, Tulsa, Oklahoma high school team- to journey through Edinburgh, Glas- Ticket sales for the Michigan home
uncy center last year who mate of Sparks and unbeaten in four gow, Barrow In Furness, Newcastle, games this year are 80 per cent above
tion, Dennis Kuhn, Ernie starts on the Varsity last spring, will Leicester and Hove, the team's sup- last years advance total at this time, M e
a transplanted end, Bob not return to school .because of fi- posed headquarters. according to Harry Tillotson, ticket
bher of the former Michi- nancial difficulties. Combs, runner- Four days were to be spent giving manager.
merican end, will all be up for the Conference championship exhibitions in London and a meet "We ought to fill the Stadium for W
at 155 pounds, was destined to take was scheduled with the Otter Swim the Michigan State battle," said Til-
aduation of all-American over the 145-pound slot left vacant :Club in the British capital. On Oct. lotson, "and we also expect big
ikkinen and Jack Bren- by Capt. Harold Nichols, National 15 the traveling Wolverines were to crowds for the Yale, Minnesota and.
lkinen now plays profes- Intercollegiate title-holder at that COACH CLIFF KEEN . - have returned to Ann Arbor. Ohio State games.
ith the Brooklyn Dodgers weight. ... HAS HIS WORRIES According to Mann, "the trip isn't Last year about 225,000 fans
non with the Green Bay The leading candidate for the out- off yet. Don't forget this was just watched the Wolverines play in Ann RG
left a terrific gap in the going Jim Mericka's berth at 136 a postponement. As soon as they get Arbor, and if sales continue as they
wall. The hole will be pounds, senior Carl Mosser, is an- though he finished second to Chris thatpmess straightened up there have, that number will be far sur- 1107 South University
y three lettermen, juniors Traicoff of Indiana in the Conference across the seas, we're going to go passed during the five home games
itz and Milo Sukup and as a sophomore, pushed the captain meet in March. through with that tour." this fall.
d Olds. But again that out of his job, Archie has had his Danner Comes Backhadhis_ _ _ __w_
rength is conspicuous by helmet on the field most of the time. With the news that Harland Dan-\\
Kistence. Forrest "Butch" And even when he was out with an ner, peerless 1937 155-pound Big Ten,
restling captain and re- injury, Horace Tinker came through champ who was absent from school
r winner, sophomores Bob with a 60-minute performance him- last year, would return to the mat-LL
ill MIelzow, Al "Whitey" self. Tom Ford, Ted Kennedy and wars this year, Keen breathed a sigh W A EE
brother of all-American John Wilson will fight it out for of relief, for the 155-pound division /A G N E RL S N IIN TITS E CV1, N U
may provide the needed the dubious honor of being third- proved to be a real headache to the
rength. string center. Wolverine coach during the past
ntion the center position Yes, if the reserve line strength can season until Bill Combs, essentially
)aches beam. Capt. Archie be quickened Michigan should at- a 145-pounder, was drafted for the
ves his opponents and his tain the pinnacle from which it plum- job. Danner, a smart, strong and
a headache. Kodros is a meted in 1933 and which it almost speedy grappler, should constitute a
ball player. Ever since he, reached last year. veritable pillar of -power at his old
middleweight spot.
At 165, Sophomore Jim Galles, Ann
Arbor high school product, heads the % 0
Paddy, Manny Knobloch and Arti
Bennett to choose from for the po- c
sition left vacant by Frank Morgan,
outgoing senior.
Another Problem Here
302 South State St. (Near Liberty St.) With Combs missing fro
MONEY-SAVING SPECIALS squad, the 145-pound berth will be
ON lefi open to junior Johnny Paup, 7
aggressive understudy to Capt. Har-B7
tAND1 NEW PORTA$LES old Nichols last season, while the /
Pens - Typewriters - Supplies situation at 136 constitutes one of
Keen's biggest problems. SophomoreI2
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