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6, 1940

.-mE MIOH-IUA-N DAILY

PAGE FM

Sports Department Picks Fraternity Hampered By Injury
Speedba il, Dorm Football All-Stars
With everybody from Grantland Johnny Paup of Acacia, and Tom ton McNicholas, Chicago House's ath->
Ri -M T s D ksTh c ickin A hio Alls .}Tom5.

AAU To View
'Harmon Case'
A t Contenu.

Pittsburgh Pirates Hand aier Outright Release
The -Pitijigh Pi e i-i ti -iero, His5brother,
a sad but necessary duty' and rlelasedILio__,') hree years i~l' YOUil'Ar Still is on
their veteran outfielder, Paul Waner, thI')(,Pira lt roster, but his status is
outright. j questiona<ble now.

xxwC L oe 1jar pIM Igls -II
American, All-Conference, and All-
Podunk football teams for the past
season, the intramural sports direc-
tors and referees got right into the
swing of things yesterday and emer-
ged with their own I-M All Star Fra-
ternity speedball and Dormitory touch
football selections.
Phi Kappa Psi, defeated in the
championship play-offs, was the only
team that placed two men on the
All-Star speedball aggregation. John
Fauver, brilliant defense man, and
Jim Gunn, the regular season's high
scorer, were the Phi Psis placed on
the mythical team, the former being
placed at goalie and Gunn at for-
ward.
The other three forwagrd posts
went to Bob Ruetter of Sigma Chi,
Dormitory Football
All-Star Team
LE ..........Gibert, Wenley
LT ....... . Proctor, Fletcher
LG ............ Wise; Lloyd
C ......... Molthop, Wenley
RG .... McNicholas, Chicago
RT........ Dreyer, Williams
RE ......... Brown, Prescott
QB .. Christensen, Michigan
LH-."......Vibbert, Fletcher
RH .......... Hanzlik, Tyler
FB .........Sturges, Adams
GIFTS for MEN

iesbiu of Theta. xi. Both Ruetter anda
Paup are repeaters from last year's
squad, with the latter accounting for
22 points to take the runner-up
position in scoring this season. Nes-
bit's kicking ability enabled Theta
Xi to eliminate Sigma Chi, last
nar's champs, from the champion-
hip division:
Jack Meyer, former Varsity quar-
terback and member of Phi Delta
Theta, won one of the guard spots
because of his outstanding kicking,
'aving kicked two goals from the
'nick-off during the season. Bob
"rause, spearhead of the Sigma Al-
M"a Mu attack, again received a place
i the All-Star team as guard. The
,emaining two defense postions went
to Varisty cager Bill Herrmann of
Kappa Sigma and John Mikulich of
Sigma Phi Epsilon, both top notch
gassers and kickers.
On the Dormitory touch football
All-Star eleven, Wenley House and
-letcher Hall, the teams that met in
'he finals of the championship divi-
,ion, each placed two men. At left
end from Wenley is Ralph Gibert, the
>utstanding pass catcher of the Dorm
Vague, and at center is Pete Molthop,
7 fine defensive player and spearhead
)i the Wenley line. Representing
:letcher Hall are Joe Proctor at left
tackle and Bob Vibbert at left half.
this southpaw halfback is the only
:epeater on the team this year.
From Lloyd How~e, last year's
hampions, is Bob Wise, whose pre-
,ence at left guard adds both offen-
;ive and defensive power to the All-
Dorm line. At right guard is Carle-
Schwarzkopf Entered
In Sugar Bowl Meet
His college running days are over,
but ramblin' Ralph Schwarzkopf, last
year's captain of Michigan's West-
srn Conference championship track
team, is still pounding the cinders.
The former Wolverine star, com-
pleting his college curriculum this
semester, is preparing for the Sugar
3owl Outdoor Track Meet to be held
in New Orleans, December 29, where
he will compete in a special three-
mile run against Don Lash of In-
diana, Greg Rice of Notre Dame, and
Gil Dodds of Ashland College, re-'
cent winner of the National Collegiate
Athletic Association cross-country
run.
This will be Schwarzkopf's first
meet since the National Intercolleg-
iates last June.

ietic chairman.
Bill Dreyer of Williams House is in
the right tackle spot while Russ
Brown of Prescott, the most versatile
lineman in the Dorm leagues, is at
right end.
In the backfield besides Vibbert is
Bob Christenson of Michigan, John
Hanzlik of Tyler, and Dick Sturges of
Adams. Christenson, the lightest
man on the mythical eleven and a
fine runner and passer, is in the
signal calling spot. Hanzlik, a good
kicker, is at right half, while Sturges,
a real triple-threat man, is fullback.
Fraternity Speedball
ill-Star Team
GOALIE
Fauver, Phi Kappa Psi
GUARDS
Meyer, 2hi Delta Theta
Krause, Sigma Alpha Mu
Herrmann, Kappa Sigma
Mikulich, Sigm't Phi Epsilon
FORWARDS
Gunn, Phi Kappa Psi
Ruetter, Sigma Chi
Paup, Acacia
Nesbit, Theta Xi

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To Miss Meeting
On Rose Bowl Bid
Michigan's "Grand Old Man,"j
Fielding H. Yost, will miss his first
Western Conference meeting in many
years when he fails to put in an ap-
pearance in Chicago today.
Yost has been confined to his
home with an attack of bronchitis,
and on orders of his physician, the!
69-year-old Athletic Director hass
called a halt to his scheduled post-c
season appearances.
When the Conference athletic of-Y
ficials and faculty representatives
meet today in their annual confab a
a final and official answer may bI
forthcoming on proposed competi-t
tion in the Rose Bowl game.-
The Conference athletic directors
recommended acceptance of the Pa-t
cific Coast League's offer to have1
the champion of the coast andu
the titlist of the Big Ten meet everyc
year in the grid classic, but the fac-i
ulty committee postponed action un-c
til tomorrow's meeting.V

'Paul Goldsmith, junior center of
the Wolverine hockey team, suf-
fered a badly sprained wrist in last
Saturday', opening game with the
. ondon A.C.
Giants Acquire
Bob Bowman
Young Pitcher Purchased
From St. Louis Cards
ATLANTA, Dec. 5-(/P-Just when
the winter baseball meetings were
about to die of melancholia, the New
York Giants tonight purchased pitch-
er Bob Bowman from the St. Louis
Cardinals for a sum estimated at
$50,000 and set the lobby gossips back
on their heels again.
Until this happened. it had been a
dull day, so listless in fact that rep-
sesentatives of several major league
clubs packed their satchels and went
home.
Bowman is the 26-year-old right-
handed hurler who beaned Ducky
Medwick of Brooklyn last summer
and his acquisition by the Giants not
only gave them a first line pitcher,
but fanned their famous feud with
the Dodgers to a new heat.
At the time the Giants broke the
trading lull to announce the Bowman
purchase, Manager Bill Terry was;
working on at least one and possibly
other deals of some magnitude. The
needs of the Giants were so numer-
ous that 'it was dif ifecult to surmise
what was in the wind.

Jim Rae, Collegiate Stars
Also Face Suspension
DENVER, pec. 5-(,LP)-Talk of dis-
ciplinary measures against certain
college athletes for violating amateur
codes was heard today as delegates
checked in for the 52nd National
A.A.U. convention.
Between tomorrow and Sunday,
delegates will pass on 1941 champion-
ship sites for amateur sports and al-
so will be asked to ratify 322 new
athletic records, highest number in
history.
Along with the discussion over
whether college players would risk
their amateur status by playing in
the East-West grid game with Mich-
igan's Tom Harmon, it was reportedf
unofficially that the A.A.U. plans to
"crack down" on 12acollege basket-
ball players who played against a
professional quintet in Chicago re-
cently.
Daniel J. Ferris, A.A.U. secretary,
said Harmon, for receiving a radio e aehisl i-lgbe o
fee, made himself "ineligible" for
possible A.A.U. competition unless he
applied for and obtained reinstate-
ment.
All players competing with or
against Harmon in the Jan. 1 charity The nature of Oxford shirting is soft and rugged; the
game at San Francisco, Ferris said,
would be threatened with the loss button-down collar, as styled by Manhattan, makes it
of amateur standing in A.A.U. sports "sit pretty," provides a cozy nest for the tie-knot, and
unless each one wrote to the Board
of Governors for permission to play keeps up an all day well-groomed appearance. No
in the grid contest. wonder the accent's on Manhattan Oxfords...whether
The basketball players facing
A.A.U. suspension were those on the striped or plain.. around all the big American cam-
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lem Globe Trotters, National Profes-
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participants was James Rae, center
and captain of Michigan's basketball
team last year. SIZE-FIXT
One official said the "Harmon case" ' Average fabrc shrinkage 1% or less
MAN-FARMED
was "just one of those tempests in a shaped o masculine contours
teapot. I don't think the amateur-COLLAR-PERFECT
standing of any boy playing in that styled to stay set jst-so
game New Year's Day would ever be
protested."
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of the Department of Speech tonight
and Saturday evening of this week at
the Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre. Call
6300 for reservations.

The Westminster Student
will give a semi-formal dinner
tonight at 7;00.

Guild
party

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Harris Hall: Tea will be served this
afternoon from 4:00 to 5:30. Episco-
pal Students and their friends are in-
vited.
Wesley Foundation: Bible Class inC
Room 214 with Dr. Brashares at 7:30
p.m. tonight. Open House at 9:00
p.m.
Coming Events
German Table for Faculty Mem-
bers will meet Monday at 12:10 p.m.
in the Founders' Room, Michigan
Union. Faculty members interested
in German conversation are cordially
invited. There will be a brief talk on
"Fremde Sprachen im Dienste unser-
er Regierung."

The Angell Hall Observatory will
be open to the public from 8:30 to
10:00 Saturday evening, December
7. The moon and the planets, Jupi-
ter and Saturn, will be shown through
the telescopes. Children must be ac-
companied by adults.
Suomi Club meeting postponed un-
til December 14.
Al-Thaqafa Society will present
Mrs. Howell Taylor, formerly resident
in the Near East, speaking on "Sec-
ond World War from the Dardanelles
to the Suez," on Thursday, Dec. 12,
at 8:00 p.m. in the Rackham Amphi-
theatre. The meeting is open to the
public.
Saturday Luncheon Group meets
Saturday at 12:15 p.m. at Lane Hall.
The Armenian Students Association
will meet on Sunday, December 8, at
the League at 3:00 p.m. Dr. Titiev
will speak on "A Glimpse into the
Future." Tea will be served later. All
students of Armenian parentage are
cordially invited.

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The Armenian Students Association
is giving a radio dance at the Union
in room 316 at 9:00 p.m. on Saturday,
December 7.

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CHRISTMAS CARDS
WITH YOUR NAME PRINTED
ON EACH CARD
With Christmas vacation starting as late as Decem-
her 20th this year, you will hardly have time to
select and send all those greeting cards after you
get home. Save precious vacation minutes by buying
and sending your Christmas Cards before leaving Ann
Arbor! Here at The Mayer-Schairer Company you
ill find a grand array of cards of every discription -
and in every price range. Make your selections now

The Women's Research Club will
meet on Monday, December 9, at 7:30
p.m. at the Michigan League.
Program: Talks by Miss Ellen Bach
on "Early Days of the Women's Re-
search Club," and Dr. Wilma Dona-
hue on "Student Counselling."
New members will be formally wel-
comed at this meeting.
Opera Broadcast: Radio broadcast
by the Metropolitan Opera Company
of "Marriage of Figaro" by Mozart in
the Men's Lounge of the Rackham
Building at 1:55 p.m. on Saturday. All
interested are welcome.
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