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SEPTEMBER 23, 1941

TH MICHIG ---A N *= DASILYSSS

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THE MIuHI~A1%J hAhN

Of The Stuff All-Americans Are Made Crisler Seeks
To Fill Shoes

Rugged Guard Starts Second Season

Of Gary Ghost!
Westfall Leads Gridders;
Line Paced By Ingalls,
Wistert, Kolesar, Kelto
(Continued from Page 1)

Captams Represent Four States.
Captains of Michigan teams next
Captins f Mchign tams extboth hail from Illinois, the former
year hail from four states, with three
of the eight being natives of Michi- coming from Highland Park and the
gan. Bob Westfall, football captain, latter from Chicago.
is from Ann Arbor, swimming leader Home of the other tennis co-cap-
Dobson Burton is from Battle Creek, tain, Lawton Hammett, is West Eng-
and the new baseball captain George lewood, N. J., and Bill Carimill, bis-
Harms comes fromDetroit. ketball leader, is from Vern, N. J.
Wayne Stille, tennis co-captain, Track captain Buid Piel i5 :t prodluct
and Jim Galles, wrestling captain. of Indianapolis.
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I-M Offers Program In Sports

(Continued from Page 1)

dent managers aids in keeping the
activities functioning very smoothly,
the former as instructors in various
sports and the latter as officials,
schedule-makers, etc.
Overcame Problem
Qne of the biggest tasks the staff
has been faced with sinlce it launched
its program arose two years ago when.
the new West 'Quadrangle dormi-
tories, living quarters for freshmen;
were opened. These men, strangers
to the campus, had to be provided for
in a hurry., The great success of .the
Residence Hall league speaks well
for the efficiency of the department.,
Team competition was providied for
the first-year dormitory students in
a variety of sports and the new divi-
sion, separate from the fraternity,
faculty and independent loops, im-

mediately became a major part of
the program. Leagues were conduct-
ed in baseball, bowling, touch foot-
ball, foul throwing, golf, handball,
horseshoes, relays, swimming, table
tennis, tennis, track, volleyball and
wrestling. The season closed with a
banquet at which team and individu-
al champions were given recognition.
Thb same program was prepared for,
last year and included the newly
erected East Quadrangle.
I-M Activities
While getting the new loops un-
derway, the staff succeeded in main-
taining the smooth operation of
those activities which have been a
part of the schedule from its begin-
ning. Fraternity teams continued to
fight for championships in most of
the above sports in addition to speed-
ball-a game invented here at Mich-
igan-ice hockey and squash. Inde-
pendent men- and faculty members
also carried on with a full program
of team sports, as well as having an
opportunity to compete for all-cam-
pus titles ,in archery, badminton,
codeball, fencing, rifle shooting, and
skating.
To participate in any of the tour-
-naments or team events, any man is
eligible except, in general, varsity
letter winners in a sport. Varsity
squad members may not compete in
any sport going on during the season
of their service with the varsity, and
freshmen squad members may ,not
participate in their own sport. Other
restrictions are applied concerning
listing with a team and formal recog-
nition of fraternity status.
Health cards 'from the Health
Service are required before partici-
pation in any of the strenuous sports|3
is permitted.

personnel and chances of success.
Which follows herewith:
That man is gone, yes, but don't
quit school because of it. Recall, if
you will, that least year's team had
not one but a brace of climax run-
ners, and that one of them still re-
mains.
The gentleman under reference is
Capt. Bob Westfall, who rocketed
through the line for 196 more yards
in eight games last fall than Texas
A&M's fabulous Kimbrough made in
nine. Now there has been some idle
chatter around 'and about that
Westie's success was, in no small way,
dependent upon the constant threat
cf Harmon's end sweeps and off-
tackle thrusts. Well, we'll see. But
it was always hard to believe that two
or three guys hanging around the
Bullet's neck couldn't bring him down
because they were worrying about
what Tommy was doing.
Speedy Backs
Around Westfall will be formed a'
backfield whose speed should har-
ass opponent's flanks unmercifully.
At tailback, Crisler has yet to choose
his' number one man from among
:iplc-threat Don Robinson, hard-
unning'Tom Kuzma, or one of the
peedy duo of DaveyaNelson and
corm Call. The wingback post has
hree candidates in the persons of
ophomeres Paul White and Chuck
Cennedy and the veteran Tippy
-ockard.
The man who will direct the Mich-
gan offense at the enemy's weakest
'ector is George Ceithaml, a junior;
his year and already proven under
fire. Almost a match for his prede-
,essor, Forest Evashevski, in blocking
mnd field-generalship, George leavesE
Sittle to be desired. His replacement,
Elmer Madar, a reformed halfback,
:eems capable of filling in for George
Nhenever the big boy needs a rest.
'To return to fullback for a moment.
Whenever possible of course, Coach
Crisler wvill substitute for Westfall in
search of the man who can take over
Bob's duties next autumn. Don Boor,
roly-poly sophomore, is the brightest
prospect on the basis of his yoeman
work thus far.
Line Is Strong
Consideration now shifts to the}
front men for these backfield crowd-
pleasers. On the whole, the line ap-
pears to be almost as rugged, fast
and capable as the famed Seven
Ground Hogs of 1940. At center, sen-
ior Bob Ingalls returns and will be
out to earn the All-Conference rating
accorded him by many grid experts
in their spring advances. Behind
Ingalls is another senior, Ted Ken-
nedy, who needs only a little more
experience on defense to be Big Red's
equal at the pivot position.
Purdue is sid to have the best
guards in the Conference, a claim
which must remain a moot question
because the Boilermakers and Wol-
verines do not tangle. Several times
last year, games were held up while
Bob Kolesar was searched for con-
cealed weapons. The 195-pound jun-
ior plays football strictly for keeps.
His partner at the other guard spot
will likely be Bill Melzow, whose in-

If you play basketball, squash,
do gy nastics or wrestle, you
will want comfortable and long
wearing equipment. Select
your trunks, shoes, socks, and
jersey with the Michigan seal
from our large stock of goods.

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BOB KOLESAR
fallible place-kicking and cool, steady end because of lack of returning vet-
play in the line will be invaluable dur- erans, is potentially as formidable as
ing the coming weeks. the 1940 forward wall. Thus, the
Then there is a pair of sophomores, team shapes up as only slightly in-
218-pound Merv Pregulman and Julie ferior to last fall's unsurpassable
Franks, hard-hitting 6clcred star eleven.
from Hamtramck. Both have shown Which is to say, the 1941 team is
ccnsdaale ability at knifing oing to be plenty good.

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through cppc2:eIts' lines and should
cauue Aknty of trouble this fall.
l the fans fully appreciated Reu-
L an Kclto's bsautiful performance at
the tackle position last fall, the
coaches did, they going more by what-
they saw than by what they heard
over the public address system. Reub
will be back this fall along with an-1
other tackle, Al Wistert, whose namel
has already been prematurely en-
graved on several 1941 All-America;
certificates. For reserve duty, Crisleri
can call on Bob Flora and Ted Denise,
both of whom are veterans.
At end alone is the line noticeably
weaker this fall, the reason being
contained in two words--Ed Fruitig,.
whose spectacular play in 1940 must1
remain but a .cherished memory.z
Happily, however, Joe Rogers is el-'
igible for another year of'competitiont
and is expected to hold down one
flank position.
Fraumann Will Start ,
At the other, the veieran Harlan 't
(Whitey) Fraumann gets preference-
but Whitey will have to keep on the
ball to retain the nod over juniors
Rudy Smeja ad Phil Sharpe, both l
greatly improved over last year, and
sophomore prospects Jack Karwales
and Walt Freihofer.
To sum up now: Without Harmon
the backfield will undoubtedly be
weaker, but with 'Westfall's indefa-
tigable running and the 'assortment
of kicking, passing and running that
Coach Crisler has at his command, a
highly efficient offensive unit is to
be looked for.
The line, while seemingly weaker at

Phi Delta Theta Wins
FraternitySports Title
Final counting of the fraternity
sports totals last year found Phi
Delta Theta in first place with 195
point margin. Scoring the largest
total number of points on record,
1,435, the Phi Delts showed strength
in every sport, although they took
championships in only two, speed-
ball and squash.
In second place with a total of
1,236 points was Sigma Chi. With'
titles in three sports, both A and
B basketball and golf, the Sigma Chis
made a game bid for the final lead.
Statistics showed that only 10 fra-
ternities entered teams in all 19
sports. Also it was found that only
one man, Herb Whipple, athletic
manager of Beta Theta Pi, partici-
pated in 11 sports during the year.

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