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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TUES., SEPT. 29, 1942

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Rebuild

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Continued From Page 1, Col. 2 facilities will make up the bulk of V-1 ^ A - W-'&L ^^*^^---'
Thergadl thshueiflxofsu
posed of Coach Ray Courtright, A. A. To handle this huge influx of stu- Varsity iayeir
James, and Earl Riskey and headed dents, many more than the Sports
by Coach Ken Doherty. Again all Building has ever had before, theren Michigan Barely sses
students enrolled will have to pass a several varsity coaches running the CofeN Cr
swimming examination and take all- course with Fritz Crisler at the head
around tests both at the beginning as Director of the Department of As Northwestern Wins
and end of the course. As these tests Physical Education. Responsible for
are merely to be used as a measure of the conduct of the program is Dr. With only Captain-elect Jinx
general improvement, they are in no Elmer Mitchell, while Earl Riskey will Johnson back of the six regulars on
w.y related to the 'finals' of other be in charge down at the Sports Buil-l
courses. ding and A. A. James at Waterman last year's team net mentor Leroy
Sports suitable to the weather and Gymnasium. Weir faces a big task of rebuilding

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this coming season.
Admittedly the Wolverines must
be classed as somewhat of a question
mark, yet several things tend to make
an encouraging picture. The first of
these is the record of Coach Weir. In
the short half dozen years he has
reigned the Wolverines have risen
from nowhere to a position equal to
that of Northwestern and Chicago,
the perennial powers in the Confer-
ence. In the past two seasons Michi-
gan has taken the title and the run-
ner-up position.
Twelve Straight
In addition to Johnson who last
season set one of the most phenom-
enal individual records in Maize and
Blue history by winning twelve
straight matches before his streak of
25 was ended at the Conferences,
Coach Weir will have back letterman
Fred Wellington and one of the best
freshman teams in University his-
tory. Therein lies the second big rea-
son for hoping that the Wolverines
can maintain their present position
in the Conference. Wellington,
though he didn't see much action last
season and had to take a back seat
to six outstanding players should
come into his own this season with a
chance to play regularly. Of the
freshmen Bill Honey, Bill Mikulich
and Gerry Mullaney stand out and
should give opponents plenty of
trouble.
Irish Strong
Whether they can match the rec-
ord of last year's great team is
doubtful. In twelve dual matches last
season the Wolverines lost once and
then only to one of the finest teams
Notre Dame has ever placed on the
courts. Though they had to be satis-
fied with a tie with Chicago for sec-
ond at the Conference meet, th
Wolvernes, returned with four indi4
vidual titles, Co-captain Wayne Stil
le, Gerry Schaflander, Tom Gamon
and the number three doubles duo o
Schaflander-Johnson all winning in
their brackets. Johnson, with tw
brilliant seasons behind him jus
missed copping his second title at th
six spot when a hard-smashing Wild
cat unknown, Don Burst, and a hal
gale combined to put him out of th
tournament in the first round.
Jinx, with speed, canniness, an
a fighting spirit all within his five
foot-five frame is determined t
make up for that loss this season and
help bring back the Big Ten trophy
to Ann Arbor. Those who know th
'Gringo' won't be too surprised if h
does lead his team to victory onc
again.t

OSU Ncdators Endmnger Crisler Carries On Famous Yost
g Traditions With Great Success
. olve rine Supremafy
+ovnSei Faced with a multitude of problems for a new program which would pre-
brought on by shortages in all phases pare all men for the war emergency, a
Captain Jack Patten, Jim Skinner To Lead Varsity; of athletics, Director of Athletics new PEM training course in physical
Buckeye Squad To Be Built Around Nakama Herbert O. "Fritz" Crisler, has han- fitness has been in effect.
dled his difficulties with such success It is also true that the Michigan
Michigan's swimming prospects cally every record in the book for the that his first year may certainly be teams this past year have maintained
chalked up on the credit side of the their high standards of performance.
aren't so bright. free style events. This human fish The golf team captured the Big Ten
With Jack Patten and Jim Skinner will be carrying the colors of the lines title, and the track, tennis and base-
returning to form the nucleus of the Buckeyes within a year. So, with a the first place it was a difficult ball teams all were ranked with the
new squad, the freshman team of last bright future for the Buckeyes, it job for any man to take over the job leaders. The qualities of character
year will be called upon to form the looks that much darker for the Wol- which had been held so long by Mich- and good sportsmanship which have
ybulkwcflthe Varsit pT rhese swimmersvkns. thamuch darker r.the W......- always been a by-word in Michigan
bulk of the Varsity. These swimmersjverines. athletics, have not been changed a
already ow some evidence, tough t, the Maizeand Bluehas a fe whit. ewise he boys ho ae
o giigteWleie ante trcsuitsleefohcong gone out for teams have been amply
' ,.::r.. . rewarded for their effort, not only by a.ecaposi edn
championship team. season. Patten, the leading free means of the satisfaction from mak-
All will not be clear sailing, how- styler on the team, will probably con- ing the squad, or working with the
ever, because the swimming world is tinue to hold down the 220 and 440 squad, but those who |roved out-
seeing the birth of . another great free style events, but he may be standing have received varsity or re-
team at Ohio State. It won't be the switched to the shorter events if serve letters as indications of merit.
______Not Always in Sports
Mann sees a value in the change. Th tAmays is Sorth
The change, however, depends uponsThy nngwh achbhind th-
"::;_; smoothly running machine of Michi-
the freshman prospects. gan athletics is an athlete himself.
Patten had a taste of breaking rec- In high school he never showed any
ords last season and climaxed the >r :"or marked interest in sports and conse-
..., quently participated in none. In the
r: :year with a new mark in the 220 yardUsy Ch:dn:
University of Chicago during his
free style for a new Collegiate stan- freshman year, Crisler was standing
dard. Due to his versatility in the........on the sidelines watching varsity
free style events, Mann remarks that practice. Coach Alonzo Stagg, Direc-
Jack could "threaten every event inj tor of Athletics at Chicago, was
avoiding an end run, and in doing
the book". So, Michigan fans will
.v...so, he was concentrating so hard on
keep their eyes on this rangy lad dur- the play, as well as his need to get
ing his last year of competition. out of the way, that he charged un-
Jim Skinner, the Wolberine breast- wittingly into Crisler, and both of
stroker of national fame, returns for them fell flat. Stagg was apparently
his last year of competition. Swim- impressed with Crisler's bumpability,
ming in the National Collegiates last because as he rushed onto the field
March, Jim took the 220 yard event again he shot.out at the still sprawl-
, setting a new record for the Harvard ing youth, "Why aren't you out for
pool of 2:37.7. '~' football?"
I Free stylers will be plentiful this FRITZ CRISLER Becomes All-American
season with the return of many good - - -This was a new idea to Crisler but
sophomore swimmers. The "up and igan's "Grand Old Man", Fielding H. he reporte d the next afternoon for
e $ coming" distance man, Walt Stewart, Yost. Yost, during his reign as Di freshman ractic He didn't care
, proved to have what it takes forVar-Y .Ystmuch for it and after one practice he
JACK PATTEN rprovedotoAhavetwhatcaititakes for.oVar-
J Asity competition despite a crude rector of Athletics, carried on a pro- quit. However, in a few days he was
stroke. Walt was one of the most gram of expansion which began with back and soon became . a regular
lack of material that will weaken consistent tankers on the squad and the building of the field house, 'and freshman end. ┬░During his freshman
Michigan's chances for the swimming held down many sure points in the continued with the purchase of the year the World War' interfered and
titles but this new Buckeye challenge gruelling "440". Others returning are Coliseum, the building of the stadium he left forOfficers Training Camp.
soPerry Trytten, Lou Kivi, Bruce Al- When he:came back, it was to be-
t which threatens to topple the Wol- len, and Bob West. Kivi, a quiet lad, and numerous other achievements. come an 'All-Conference basketball
I verines from their pedestal of Big swam the century for the Wolverines Suffice it to say that during the 20 and football star, as well as an AU1-
s Ten swimming supremacy. but due to his unassuming nature he years he headed the Athletic Depart- American 'gridder.
e OSU Tough remained in the background amongst ment, Mr. Yost had an onward and After graduation, . Crisler helped
Mike Peppe, the Buckeye's mentor, the more' colorful men on the team. upward attitude which was of ex- Stagg, serving as assistant football,
a-statement t His performances, however, stamp u abaseball ad basketball coach In
Shas already releasedasttmntoteevletMihgnaheis tbicah.I
e effect that the OsU team' is eye- him as a leading contender for the, teme value to Michigan athletics. 1925 he became head baseball coach
. ing not only the Big Ten tis but 100 yard free style event this coming Heads P. E. M. Crown; and Assistant Director of Athletics.
ing not only the Big Ten titlegbut year. "Fritz" Crisler has followed solidly Next he went to Minnesota as foot-
Sthe top meet of the intercollegiate Louis Haughey and Alex Canja re- in the footsteps of his predecessor ball coach, 'and shortly afterwards
,f swimmers, the National AAU contest. turn for the diving duties with a during his first year. Seeing the need became Director of Athletics.
n. His crew will be built around the promising group of freshmen chal-
o young sophomore swimmer from Ha- lenging their berths.

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waii, Nikoshi Nakama, who set the
swimming world talking by his per-
formances at the National AAU meet
last March. This sensational tanker
took the distance events while swim-
ming unattached. This boy, however,
is not a youngster in big time swim-
ming circles but a veteran, despite
his age. He has defeated some of the
nation's finest swimmers.
The old Buckeye standbys will be
back with the well-known names- of
Frank Dempsey, Charley Batterman,
and Mark Follensbee returning for
one more year. Dempsey is the pres-
ent Big Ten diving champion with
Batterman pushing him in a close
second for springboard honors. Mark
is the newly elected captain and a
leading backstroker in collegiate
swimming.
Future Looks Bright
The future seasons also look bright
with another star entering Ohio
State this fall. This youngster is Bill
Smith, another Hawaiian, who is the
most sensational swimmer in the
world since Johnny Weissmuller sur-
rendered his amateur standing for
the cinema. This "kid" broke practi-
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......... Iowa
.......Pittsburgh

1941 'M' GRID SCORES
19 Michigan . .Michigan State 7

...Northwestern '7
..Minnesota 7
..........Illinois 0
.........Columbia 0
......Ohio State 20

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