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Civilians and Navy

To Compete in Intra Squad Track Meet

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TAKING IT EASY
y ED ZALNSKJ
Dafly fports Editor
The He man Side...
N SUNDAY'S DAILY appeared a story from Detroit which stated simply
that the "University of Michigan alumni ... paid great tribute to Tom
Kuzma and Julie Franks, 1942 gridiron heroes who are now confined to
University Hospital." The real story is the one behind the scenes in that
seventh fldor room at the hospital.
Our Thursday afternoon, or at least part of it, was spent in that
room. We seemed to detect an undercurrent of restlessness in Kuzma,.
It showed up in his voice, his actions, his words and hopes. He is
anxious to do something, anything that would indicate progress.

There is a different feeling coming from the bed across the
where Julie lies. Here we sense something akin to resignation. What
be, must be. That appears to be Julie's attitude under the surface.

room
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OUTWARDLY, both Tom and Jud1e are in gay spirits with the passage
of time being just incidental, like that daily rest period from ? to
3 p. m. "This is the life" or "It's pretty soft just lying in bed" are the
words they toss at you. And they make it sound mighty convincing.
What better philosophy could either one of these two great athletes
adopt. Enforced idleness was foreign to the nature of both of these
lIichigan men before illness sidelined them. Their "make the most of
it" attitude seems to be the obvious solution to a difficult situation.
What do men think about who are confined to one room month
after month? Do they spend more time thinking about what happened in
the past? Is there more importance to events leading up to the present, or
is the emphasis on the future when hospitals, beds and medicine will be
only a" memory? That's hard to answer,
Time passes quickly for them, just as a journey seems shorter after
it is amade 100, 200 or 500 "times. There is a definite routine to each
day'and there is so much to be done that time seems to be lacking.
Naturallyi visitors are limited to certain hours. It is at these times
that the future -seems most important. Alone in their room, Tom andt
Julie ean't help but let their mina wander back to their earlier days at
Michigan.
TOMt. has a lot tb remember. He came here labeled as Tom Harmon's
successor. Both went to the same high school in Gary, Ind. Kuzina was
/terrific as a freshman and even more so as a sophomore halfback in 1941.
Injuries bothered him during the 1942 season, but he still showed flashes
of the would-be Kuzma.
But football wasn't Tom's only world. He was mere .wrapped up
in his military life than his friends realized. Perhaps Tom's close
friendship with Colonel Ganoe, formerly Army commandant here on
campus, may have been responsible. Both Ton and ourselves were in
the advanced unit of the ROTC and lived in barracks on campus to-
gether last spring. We learned little by little that the military spect
of his life was important. He wanted to go to basic training, OOS and
get his commission in the infantry. Illness eut his dream short.
Julie also was a success at football. A sensation as a freshman and
sophomore, Franks was All-American guard last season. His other big
interest was dentistry. Julie wanted to become a dentist more than he e er
wanted to be an All-American. It was an obcession with him.
AND SO both of them can dream about the past, thnk about the
present and visualize the future. Whie their last few years have
been somewhat similar, there are reasons to believe that the future nay
not be. Illness may change their minds, bring new ideas to the fore,
or make an active future difficult. Only God knows the answer.
DON'T LET THE AXIS HAVE OUR TAXES!

Johnny Greene
Joins Matmen;
Aleh Inrjued
By hANK MANTHO
With the end of a great football
season, Coach Ray Courtright's po-
tentially great wrestling squad was
bolstered this week by the addition of
one of their two returning lettermen,
Johnny Greene, heavyweight grap-
pler from Pittsburgh.
Johnny has had quite a bit of mat
experience in his wrestling career,
and after his fine showing in last
year's mat wars, he should be a valu-
able asset to Courtright's forces, be-
nfg counted on to carry a large part
of this year's burden.
Now that his team is complete and
has worked off a few of the kinks
with the fundamental training that
has persisted since the start of school
this 'fall, "Corky" has stepped up the
pace'for the wrestlers by calling prac-
tice sessions on Saturdays. The boys
will immediately concentrate on get-
ting in shape and on preparing for
the first' match. Although there will
be no schedule till the Big Ten meets
in Chicago, Dec. 4, there is a great
possibility that the Michigan wrest-
lers will have matches some time dur-
ing the first part of December.
Amidst this happy throng, a little
gloom could be discerned on Coach
Courtright's countenance the other
day when he learned that Bob Allen,
165 pound letterman, will not be
available for several months. Allen,
the only other returning letterman,
pulled some ligaments in his leg and
now has his leg in a cast. This will
necessitate a change in the plans of
Coach Courtright, as he will have lost,
part of the nucleus with which he
had planned to build his team.
PreguItan, Daley
Selected by Stern
The first of the All-American foot-
ball teams made its appearance to-
day, and two. Michigan men were ho-
pored.
The selections made by Bill Stern
of the NBC included Bill Daley and
Mervin Pregilman both of whom left
the squad for other duty. The team
follows :
Ends-Ralph Heywood, Southern
California, and Robert Gnatt, Duke;{
Tackles-Donald Whitmire, Navy,'
and Pregulmnan;; Guards-Alex Agase,
Purdue, and Harold Fischer, South-
western (Texas); Center-Casimir°
Myslinski, Army; Quarterback--An-
gelo Bertelli, Notre Dame; Halfbacks r
-Daley and Robert Odell, Pennsyl- f
vania, and Fullback-John Podesto, t
Coallege of the Pacific.r
Elroy Hirsch was placed on thet
third team.

Vet ntJoins Squad

Varsity Sextet
To Scrimma ge
Red Wing Team
The question that any hok,.w
fans have been asking di'ring the
past week, "Who will Coach Eddie
Lowrey select for his Michigan sex-
tet this season?" was partially an-
swered at yesterday's practice when
the veteran Wolverine piloti naied
his two forwards.
Gordie Anderson, a veteran of last
year's squad, and Vince Abbey, a
newcomer, appeared to have the in-
side track on the front line positions,
although three other pucksters, Ar)'
Callentine, Jack Athens and Bob
Henderson, are still on Lowrey's pre-
ferred list of forwards.
The job of picking a defense line
still faced Lowrey today, although the
addition of three new men may help
solve the problem, John Jenswold.
Bob Roosier and Russ Walstrom ap-
peared on the Coliseum ice for prac-
tice yesterday for the first time.
Tonight, the Detroit Red Wings
professional hockey team will have
a practice session here. This scrim-
mage should be a "must-see" for all
the Michigan squad, as the Red
Wings can serve as excellent tutors.
Perhaps some of Lowrey's squad will
have the opportunity to get on the
ice with the professionals. This in-
teresting exhibition will be closed to
the public.
Before coming here the Wings re-
leased outright defenseman Rudy Zu-
nich, amateur league graduate from
Calumet who, before the 13-player
limit took effect, was a reserve iecnm-
ber of the Detroit squad.
The Wings got some good news
yesterday when x-ray examination of
an ankle injury suffered by Center
Syd Howe Sunday disclosed no frae-
ture. The Wings are hoping that
Howe will be available for action inj
Toronto on Thursday.

JOHNNY GREENE
Shaughnessy Candidate
NEW YORK, Nov. 29.-(A')-The
International League at its annual
meeting today put up Frank J.
Shaughnessy, International League
President, as a candidate for presi-
dent of the National Association of
Professional Baseball Leagues, and
voted to "support him unanimously."
The action was the first public
move to oppose the re-election of
William G. Bramham, the incumbent
minor league czar, at the National
Association selections Wednesday.
Also discussed at the meeting was
the forthcoming baseball campaign.
It is not known at the present time
whether or not the season will be
shortened.

Contest Set for Dec. 4;
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Glose Score Predicted
Vconsist mainly of Dick Barnard, a
M im 1ack tans will get a very promising Navy man and a
sneak j'eviIw oh( e 1943-44 indoor member of last year's squad. The Na-
k- team on ec. 1$. vhen the v. will have the advantage in the
scgtad x ill mc. in an intramural two mile, but the civvies will sweep
n me-po inth rglarzthe field events, namely the pole
iatn- fotheregtii~uar vault, shot put, and high jump. Al
indoor season. 'he contest, in which Burns, slated to compete in the high
the t eam will he divided into two jump has been lost to the army and
hp5 rOns Mitiig, 0 Navy and civilian will not appear.
uetsO , is the uniue idea of Coch The Mile relay personnel of the ci-
vilians is superior to that of the Na-
Ken Dohert y ad wil be held at the vy, but when this event is over, the
Yost Fie'lid House. fate of the meet will probably be de-
Aside hrl affording an early cided.
limpse ,into the calibre of the new All track enthusiasts are urged to
members of the sq(uad, the meet will attend the meet which should start
(tnabl! fans to witness the return of at 2:30 p.m.
"Bullet" Bob Ufer. who again joins
the squadi ater a very successful in-
door SCasOn last year. Ufer will con- 1t O'e-
pe( e in his lax'OritO event, the quar-
er-mile. ar(1 unidoubtedly will anchor -
we civilian lile relay team. Season
Veter'a s Ret urn
Oher veteanI swho will see action Here a
for the first time this season are Capt.
Bob Home, Ross flume, John Rox-
borough 1, Elmer Swanson, Jack Things were definitely quiet on the
Martin. Bob Sula, Bob Gardner and basketball front today as Coach
Bill Dale. Benny Oosterbaan and Assistant
Willis Glas, one of the mnore im. Coach Bill Barclay drove the boys
portant members of the squad last through an intensive workout with
year, is again back to run the 440, the emphasis on fundamentals.
and in his old number three spot An effort was made to smooth out
on the 1,iReIty team. It should be the weak points which showed up in
re 'l'i,,r((i I that Glas was one of the Saturday's scrimmage against the
re(sonwI 1 .\the indioor and outdoorr Dow Chemical five. All of the boys
squads funtioned so smoothly. His practiced taking free throws and then
tin~i; whil( on LIte relay quartet the team was divided into two squads
was constanly at a high standard, with each squad performing against
and hi ant was always imong the the other on offense and defense.
Michigan will open its home season
ll-eet Should Re (lose Saturday night against a Central
Coach i)oherty is not yet certain Michigan team which last year won
as to thethcid by which the meet 14 of its 16 games. This year the
will be s>cored, While it is evident Mount Pleasant boys have dropped
that most of the first places will be their first two tilts with Fort Custer
garnered by the civilians, it is also and Western Michigan, but they are
clear that the Navy will have the nu- improving rapidly and Saturday's en-
merical advantage in most of the counter should provide the fans with
events. This advantage will assure plenty of excitement.
Coach Doherty and the fans on hand Next Monday, Michigan, minus the
of a closely contested meet. If, fow- services of its Navy men, will meet
ever, the edge seems to be too much the Romulus team at its home base.
on one side, a new system of scoring Navy regulations make it impossible
will be devised for Navy trainees to be out on week
Considerable interest will be shown nights after 7:15.
in the sprints and dashes. The Navy As yet no definite Big Ten schedule
appears to have the edge in the 60- has been drawn up and news will not
-ard dash, and in the high and low be forthcoming on season games until
hiort1e , Tn the former there will be Big Ten coaches can get together at
Jim Pierce, Bruce Blanchard, Bob their annual meeting in Chicago
Nussbaumer, and newcomer Nichols. Thursday. It is expected that all
Conipeiing in the hurdles will be El- Conference games will be played on
mer Swanson, Conference titlelist in Friday and Saturday so as to give
the highs, and Jack Martin. The civ- Navy players an opportunity to com-
lians will present Don Sternisha and pete in all intersectional contests.

V-12 Cage Schedule Underway;
125 Men Participate inProgram.
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in Room 1121 N.S. This is positively
the last' examination to be given.
College of Literature, Science, and
the Arts, Schools of Education, For-
estry, Music, and Public Health: Stu-
dents who received marks of I or X
at the close of their last semester or
summer session of attendance will
receive a grade of E in the course or
courses 'tnless this work is made up
by Dec. 1. Students wishing an ex-
tension: of time beyond this date in
order o: make up this work should
file apetition addressed to the ap-
propriate official in their school with
Room 4 U.H., where'it will be trans-
mitted;
Robert L. Williams,
Assistant Registrar

To those students who have al-
ready signed for the Speeded Reading
Course: The class will meet Tuesdays
and Thursdays from 5 to 6 o'clock,
4009 University High School. First
meeting today.
Those not finding the hours con-
venient are advised to join the second
section which will organize at the
conclusion of the present course.
Exhibitions
Exhibition, College of Architecture
and Design: An exhibition of paint-
ings by Eugene Dana, and color prints
by Louis Schanker, is presented by
the College of Architecture and De-
sign in the ground floor corridor of
the Architectural Building through
Dec. 28. Open daily, except Sunday,
8:00 to 5:00. The public is cordially
invited.

Events Today
The Bibliophile Section of the Fac-
ulty Women's Club will meet today at
2:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Frank
Jobes, 1315 Packard St.
Coming Events
A.S.M.E. meeting on Wednesday,
Dec. 1, at 7:30 pm. in the Union. Pro-
fessor J. H. Cissel will speak on "The
Collapse of the Tacoma Bridge." (il-
lustrated by a movie).
institute of the Aeronautical Sci-
ences will have a meeting on Wednes-
day, Dec. 1, at 7:30 p.m., at the
Michigan League. Mr. Charles R.
Beltz, of Chrysler Motors Corpora-
tion, will talk about Cyclo-Weld Pos-
sibilities for Aircraft. There will be
a short business meeting after the
talk, at which time an Engineering
Council Representative will be elec-
ted.
La Sociedad Hispanica will meet at
the Michigan League on Wednesday,
Dec. 1, at 8:00 p.m. All interested are
invited. All men in uniform are wel-
come to all the functions of the club.
Cercle Francais will meet on
Thursday, Dec. 2, at 8:00 p.m. in the
Michigan League. This will be a spe-
cial get-acquainted meeting.

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With approximately 125 men play-
ing on 12 teams, the Navy V-12 intra-
mural basketball program got into
full swing Friday night.
The floor of Waterman gym is
divided into four courts so that it can
capacitate the maximum of eight
teams. The Navy playing time from
7:00 o'clock to 8:40 is divided into
two periods. Thus eight games can
be played each Friday night.
The Chief Specialist (A) do the
refereeing, timing and scorekeeping
for all the games. Athletic officer of
the V-12 unit, Lt. (j.g.) G. J. Jen-
nings USNR, is in charge of the en-
tire program.
The following is a list of teams and
their rosters:,
Raiders-Crane, Cook, Baer, Costa,
Burnett, Blanchard, Kiesel, Olshan-
ski, Gallagher,.Johnson, Conan, Cole-
man, Corp, Bursinger, and Bull.
Gunners-Hahn, Mateer, Merwin,
Pryzma, Snider, Johnson, Manka,
Wright, Taylor, and Timmers.
Gyrenes-Dean. Davenport, Cour-
rier, Allen, Powers, Raven, Build, Wil-
liams, Short, Edmunds, and Willers.
Sea Gulls-Greenhalgh, Cornell,
Denny, Damman, Jennings, Kleeman,
Johnson, Pullan, Tanstall, Leopold,
Katlo, Thomas, Clalfelter, Ranst,
Carlson, Tuhrs, and Crockett.
Sea Wolves-Van Aken, Pitt, May-
nard, Caldwell, Lewis, Morrin, Bar-
rar, Fisher, Auer, Firth, and Green.

Paper Dolls--Mansour,. McCluskie, 'Julian Witherspoon in the sprints.
Jans, Tews, O'Hara, Katz, Hymen, 11n wn nMl
Brown, Gough, Nathaei, Parker, andI lie Twins in Mile
Deegan. The civilians will have a distinct
First Company, Second Battalion- advantage in the half and quarter-
Spencer, Roberts, Widwaier, and miles. The Hume twins and Rox-
Walton. borough command the edge in the
Bulldogs-Taylor, Tummers, and half, while Ufer, Sternisha and Glas
Manko. appear to be the most outstanding
Below are the official Navy V-12 in the 440, not discounting the com-
intramural basketball league stand- petition which Melvin Detwhiler, a
ings: Navy thinclad, is expected to offer in
W L Pet. this event.
Bulldogs .. .....-.1 0 1.000 Ross and Bob Hume are slated to
First Company ....... .l 0 1.000 Idouble in the mile. Opposition kill
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of five football luminaries selected
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Association's annual man of the year
selections. Others included Angelo
Bertelli and Frank Leahy.

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