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September 26, 1939 - Image 18

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The Michigan Daily, 1939-09-26

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Crisler Seeks
Line Reserves
Need Guards And Tackles
To Fill Out Weak Spots
(Continued from Page 13)
have for the most part been gratify-
ing.
In Harmon, Kromer, Trosko, Strong,
and Bill Luther, he has a quintet of
passers who rank with the best and
Ed Frutig leads a group of top-flight
receivers.
Harmon has developed his punting.
to a point where he can divided kick-
ing duties with Kromer and Bill
Smith, who'll be pulled from the line,
to take care of some of the longer
boots. Place-kicking duties will be
shared by Harmon, Strong, Melzow,
Fraumann, and Westfall, all of whom
have proved themselves capable of
adding the much needed extra points.
The above five men along with
Paul Nielsen, substitute end, are all
capable of assuming the kickoff bur-
den.
Presence of Harmon and Kromer
in the same backfield gives Michigan
a reversible pass combination, and
the same is true when units consist-
ing of Trosko and Call and Strong
and Nelson or Luther take clare of
the halfback posts.
Natators Get Belt Buckles

Highlights In Another Summer Of

(Continued from Page 14)
for Cooke and promptly takes the
men's doubles title. The busy Miss
Marble then bounces back to team,
up with Mrs. Sarah Palfrey Fabyan
and end the merry-go-round by win-
ning the Women's doubles.
August 1: John Gee, former 6 foot,
9 inch Michigan athlete, moves up
to the majors as Pittsburgh obtains
him from Syracuse in return for four'
players and cash. The Pirates expect
the big hurler to do big things for'
them.
August 15: Turkeys and gridiron
moguls alike are perturbed when the
President moves Thanksgiving ahead
a week.
August 19: Continuing their tri-
umphant tour of Europe, U.S. track
athletes take 11 of 13 first places in

a meet against the French team in
Paris. Michigan is well-represented
by Bill Watson, who scores firsts in
the shot put and discus, and Ralph
Schwarzkopf, who aids in .establish-
ing a world record in the 3200 meter
1 elay.
August 30: With Ralph Heikkinen,
Don Siegel, and Fred Janke of last'
year's Wolverine eleven on the squad,
the College All-Stars bow, 9-0, to a
powerful New York Giant profession-
al outfit before 80,000 at Soldier's
Field.
September 11: Ralph Heikkinen
shows a politician's knack for con-
sistency when, after steadfastly de-
claring he won't play pro football, he
signs a contract with the gridiron!
Brooklyn Dodgers.
September 15: Two-Ton Tony.

makes good his boast as he
his way to a technical ka
college-bred Lou Nova in 14
wildest rounds of fighting P
phia has .ever witnessed.
September 17: After polish
top-seeded John Bromwich,
old Welby Van Horn drops t
match of the Forest Hills 1
men's tennis championship to
Rigg i in straight sets.
September 20: Surprising v
no one, Joe Louis scores a k
over a tired Bob Pastor in t
round of their title fight in
Stadium.
October 7: Eighty thousar
iron fans watch a powerful 1
team-but this is getting a
the story.

Although the war in Europe and
points east forced cancellation of its
exhibition tour in England, each
member of Michigan's intercollegiate
swimming team has been given an
elaborately decorated belt buckle
commemorating the "trip."

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