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TUESDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1940

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Watson, Louis, McNeill Highlight Summer Sports I

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Reporter Stymied In Grid Quiz

Michigan's Ex- Track Captain
Wins National Decathlon Title

An enemy grid scout dropping in
to the Waterman gym in search of
information about the Michigan
football team last Thursday and Fri-
day during registration would have
been on a fruitless mission for his
Alma Mater.
Your inquiring reporter found that
out last week as he braved the wilds
of registration in an attempt to
glean some advance dope on the
Wolverines' title chances.
After being told twenty or thirty
'times to go back to the end of the
line we cornered Mary Pale, '43,
whose words of wisdom we shall
never forget; "we have a grand
bunch of boys and no one should
stop us."
We were only able to get upstairs
after Sargent John Bayless, '41, in-
formed us "the Wolverines have just
enough changes in their lineup to
make them a fighting team." Al-
All freshmen interested in track
jreport to Ferry Field any after-
noon this week. No experience is
necessary!
Coach Ken Doherty

ready feeling like an encyclopedia of'
football facts we moved over to the
adviser's table where Charlotte No-
ble, '43, acquainted us with some as-
tounding news when she whispered,
"I don't know anything about theC
team-I haven't heard much."
It was only after a desperate strug-
gle that your inquiring reporter
reached Mr. Reichenbach. We felt
it was worth the effort when Reich-
enbach told us, "Why pick on me,
ask some one else." Ruthmary Smith,
'42, concurred with this statement
adding the remark, "Be sure I'm not
someone else."
Having to pass the man who is-
(usually) Prof. Philip Diamond, we
felt a few words from him would not
be consistent with those of the rest
of 'the people interviewed.
Benny Has New Title
Bennie Oosterbaan is at present
serving his first season as Michigan'sj
varsity end coach. Oosterbaan takes
over the post vacated by Campbell,
Dickson, who resigned last spring to
become dean of men at Hamilton
College, Clinton, N. Y.

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(Continued from Page 1)
6 ft. 6 3-8 in. to tie Southern Cali-
fornia's John Wilson for the National
Collegiate high jump crown at Min-
neapolis.
July 1: Undaunted by a cut from
a beer glass hurled by his brother
in one of the livelier episodes of
Tony's tavern, the Great Galento pro-
nounces himself ready for his fight
with Maxie Baer.
July 1: Forty-five year old Jack
Dempsey clambers through the ropes
once more, then puffs back to his
dressing room two rounds later, win-
ner by a knockout over wrestler
Clarence Luttrell in the first of a
series of comeback bouts.
July 2: Galento's poor condition
takes its toll as Baer pounds the
Round Man into insensibility within
eight rounds in Newark's ball park.
July 9: Superior hurling by the
National League All-Star team tames
the American League squad in their
annual battle at St. Louis, 4-0.
July 23: Ab Jenkins pushes his
Mormon Meteor to 21 new world
speed records on the Bonneville Salt
Flats of Utah.
August 6: Football begins to catch
a few early soason headlines as Iowa's
grid mentor, Eddie Anderson, is
chosen by more than four million
votes to lead the College All-Stars
against the Green Bay Packers in the
Michigan's Faculty
Includes Numerous
Ex-A thletic Greats
It was brought to our attention
after a survey of the Michigan facul-
ty that they had not always given
bluebooks and jumped at conclusions
for their recreation. Many of them
were "athletic greats" in their day
and some of them are still active in
athletic competition.
Clark Hopkins of the Foreign Lan-
guage Department swam under the
coaching of our own Matt Mann at
Yale, while Sumner Myers played
Varsity squash at Harvard.
From the geology department we
have Prof. Irving Scott, who pole-
vaulted at Oberlin about the same
time Dean of the Literary School
Edward Kraus captained the Syra-
cuse track team.
Profesor Robert Angell of the so-
ciology department has won the fac-
ulty squash and tennis titles several
times.

annual grid classic at Soldiers Field.
August '7: In the throes of mental
despondency Willard Hershberger,
star Cincinnati backstop, commits
suicide in his Boston hotel room.
August 30: College All-Stars bow
to Green Bay, National Professional

Spartans Strong
For '40 Season,
Experience, Speed Maket
Invaders Feared Team
(Continued from Page 1)'
160 pounds. Little Johnny Budinski,
who looked like a comer last fall
until he suffered a knee injury
against Santa Clara, underwent an
operation this spring, but the knee
hasn't come around as yet and he
will be out until late in the season,
at least. Veteran Duane Crossthwaite
and yearlings Jimmy Pingel, brother
of All-American Johnny, and Dick
Kieppe, a Lansing boy who not only
sounds like Kipke but also looks and
plays like him, are fighting for the
third string berth.
If Coach Bachman has a headache,
it is the right half spot. From a
number of sophomore candidate his
-problem is to find one who can do
more than one thing well. Jack
Fenton, Walter Ball, and Walter
Pawlowski lead the chase, with junior
Fred Quigly fighting for a job. Paw-
lowski is another midget, a good run-
ner and blocker. Best punter of the
lot is Ball, who can also block well.
The Spartan fullback will be short
on weight, but will be fast and tough.
The description fits Amon, who leads
the fight for a starting berth at
present. Kaman and Paul Derrick-
son make three lettermen who will
divide the fullback chores.

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Varsity Fourth In '39
Michigan finished fourth in the
Big Ten race last year behind the
champion Buckeyes from Ohio State,
Iowa and Purdue, despite the fact
that the Wolverines whipped both
Iowa and Ohio.

Wistert Felled By Air
Al "Whitey" Wistert, bruising 210-
pound tackle on Coach Fritz Crisler's
football team, repeatedly became air
sick while flying to the California
game at Berkeley. Oxygen was ad-
ministered on the journey from Salt
Lake to Oakland.

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Plain toe bluchers, medallion tips
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Bill Watson...
... National Champ
champions, in a free-scoring thriller
before 84,567 fans, 45-28.
Sept. 2: Byron Nelson cops golf-
doms most coveted prie by defeating
Swinging Sammy Snead one up in
the P.G.A. tournament at Hershey,
Pa.
Sept. 10: Climaxing his rise to the
heights of amateur tennis, young Don
McNeill downs Bobby Riggs in five
sets to become the new National
Singles champion at Forest Hills.
Sept. 13: In the finals of the Na-
tional Amateur golf tournament Dick
Chapman literally routs Hal McCul-
lough, 11-9, for the amateur crown.
Wallace Picks Scott
As Back Of Year'
Francis Wallace, Collier's ace pig-
skin previewer, picked Notre Dame,
Texas A&M, and Washington as the
top three teams in the nation, chosen
on the basis of the severity of the
competition they meet.
In a recent article, Wallace joined
the nation's gridiron critics in pick-
ing Ohio State's Don Scott as the
back of the year. The versatile Buck-
eye was given the nod over such
greats as Harmon, Michigan, Kim-
brought, Texas A&M, Matuszcak,
Cornell, and Piepul, Notre Dame.
Harmon was chosen for the ex-
pert's 1940 All-American with Scott,
Piepul and Kimbrough.
As outstanding linemen, Wallace
named Rudy Mucha of Washington,
Nick Drahos of Cornell, Bob Suf-
fridge of Tennessee, Ben Sohn of
Southern California and Bob Ison of
.Georgia Tech.

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The Sports Building will be open
from 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m., and
the swimming pool will be open
to students from 3:00 to 5:30 p.m.
week days and Saturdays during
October. Sunday and evening
hours will go into effect on or
about November 1.
Earl N. Riskey,
Assistant Director
of Intramural Sports

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