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Inter-Squad Battle Prepares
Gridders for Til with Badgers
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About New Prospects
By HANK MANTRO - - ---
Although he has only a nucleus right is trying to establish ho
of two returning lettermen, Coach home meets with Indiana, Ohic
Courtright can blossom out one of Purdue, Illinois and Northw
the greatest mat squads in recent The first match will take.place
years if the potential material which time in - December if a te
he has on hand turns out as ex- schedule can be arranged byt
pected. "We will try to wrestle all
The returning lettermen are John- around this section, if it is
ny Greene, heavyweight, who is now possible," stated Courtright.
playing football, and who will be
counted upon very heavily in the
plans of Coach Courtright this com- C LASSIF1 .
ing season, and Bob Allen, 165 pound--
er, who has acquired m'uch finesse DIR E CT OM
since last year and should prove to
be a valuable asset to the squad.
Galles May Return
There is also the possibility that CLASSIFIE
Jim Galles, former Michigan 175-
pound Conference champion, who is
attending the University in one of RATES
the military programs, might go out
for the team. Galles is a graduate of $ .40 per 15-word insertion
Michigan, but under the present reg- one or two days.
ulations of the military services, he crease of .10c for
would again be permitted to partici- additional 5 words.)
pate in interscholastic athletics. Non-Contract
Coach Courtright said that "We
would welcome Galles because his $1.00 per 15-word insertion
experience and knowledge of the three or more days.(
game would be a great help to the crease of $.25 fore
squad." additional 5 words.)
Forty Men on Squad Contract Rates on Reque
There are 40 men on the wrestling
team at present. Two of the out-
standing men with mat experience MISCELLANEOUS
include Ken Oberly, 128 pounder,
who was on Wisconsin's varsity last MIMEOGRAPHING: thesis b
year, winning a letter and placing Brumfield .and Brumfield,
fourth in the Big Ten meets last State.
March, and Tak Tsuchiya, who was
Pacific Coast champion in the 137-F
pound division while attending the FOR SALE
University of Washington in Seattle.
Tsuchiya is a graduate student and is ALPIHA TAU OMEGA, 1923 C
now enrolled at Michigan as an en- will serve meals t .o a liBited
gineer. ber of male students. Best
Non-letter winners, but men with Ann Arbor! "Where the elit
plenty of experience now out for the to eat." Those interestedc
team are Sid Reynolds, Hal McIntyre, 3125 and ask for Mr. Bek.
Chip Warrick, Mort Klein and Lou
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M~any Promising Sophomores ________________
Some of the most prmising mei-. '39, 61 O.V.H. Miarley Davidso
bers from last year's yearling squad- battery. Excellent tires, 1,400
are George Curtis, from Virginia; JPearce. Co. F-i, AST,
Bob Worrell, from Illinois, who was
state champion in his division while Chi House next to Union. A
attending high school, and Hugh after 7:00.
Wilson, son of Gob Wilson, who rose
to great fame while cavorting the H ELP WANTED
gridiron for the Maize and Blue..
After one week of light practice, YOUNG MEN WANTED, par
which consisted mainly of a few or full time work. Collecti
fundamentals,. such as the break- partment. Dixie Shop Inc.
down and the switch, this, potential Main. 9686.. ,-
wrestling team brought a smile to
their coach, Ray Courtright. ANTED-2 men students for
en. work for dinners. Call
No Schedule Arranged Mrs. Zimmer.
There is no definite wrestling STUDENT-Boy or girl to w
schedule as yet, but Coach Court- STUDT'--Bo orUgirl1to.A
arv~c. , .r~tain nna ina yr
On Court Squad
By DAVE LOEWENBERG
With the opening of the 1943-44
basketball season just a month away,
it might be a good idea to analyze
this year's squad as completely as
possible and to present a general
over-all picture of the team as it now
There are very likely to be num-
erous additions to the squad when
not knowing exactly who will come
the football season is concluded, but
out for the squad, we'll have to con-
sider them later on in the year when
things are more definite.
Twenty-One on Squad
The present squad is composed of
21 men, ten of whom are freshmen.
Included in this freshman list are
Robert Benner, Robert Caspari, Rob-
ert Frehse, Robert Fuller, Joseph
Gordon, Max Kelly, John Leddy,
Stan Peterson, Walter Rankin, and
Robb Rutledge. These boys are being
kept on the varsity squad so that
the coaches can observe their talents
under the strain of competitive play.
It is these freshmen who will have
to carry the burden when the older
and more experienced veterans, most
of whom are in the Navy V-12 Unit,
will be transferred to other schools.
The three sophomores on the
squad are Tom King, Bill Oren, and
Robert Stevens. King and Stevens
are from Michigan State where they
both starred in freshman basketball,
and Oren was an outstanding per-
former on last year's Michigan fresh-
The six juniors playing varsity1
ball are Robert Aarkins, Charles Ket-
terer, Tom Paton, Richard Shrider,
Dave Strack, and Wayne Thompson.
Aarkins won his freshman numerals
at Michigan but was hampered last
year by poor health. Charley Ket-
terer, another Michigan athlete, won
a reserve award last season in bas-
ketball and a major award in base-
ball. Paton, 6'5" giant from Michi-
gan State, was the Spartan's second
string center last year, and because
of his height, he is expected to con-
trol a great deal of the play under
Shrider Starred for Bucks
It was Dick Shrider who last year
was responsible for Ohio State's win
over Michigan in that thrill-packed
basketball tussle at Columbus. Shri-
der scored fifteen points that eve-
ning and his brilliant defensive play
proved very annoying to the Wolver-
ine board of strategy. At Ohio State'
Shrider was second in total points
scored and was by far the outstand-
ing player on the squad. Michigan
gets a fine bucketball player in one
-Richard Shrider from Ohio State,
More About Juniors
A little more on the other two jun-
iors, Dave Strack and Wayne
Thompson. Strack was voted Michi-
Continuous from 1p.m.
Opening its practice for Satur-
day's clash with Wisconsin, Michi-
gan's football team, rather its first,
three teams, got down to work yes-
terday with a scrimmage that was
more like an inter-squad game.
The first string backfield operated
behind the second string line on the
blue team, while the second string
backs ran behind the third string
line on the Reds.
Under game conditions the two
teams battled to a tie with Bob Wiese
and Bob Nussbaumer scoring for the
"Blues" while Howie Wikel and Earl
Maves chalked up points for the
"Reds." Fullbacks dominated the
play of the game as Wiese and Lund
consistently made yardage for the
"Blues" and "Reds" respectively.
Four Veterans on Sidelines
As the first three teams engaged
in their lively scrimmage four regu-
lars were forced to watch the pro-
gan's most valuable performer last
year and is especially outstanding
on defense. Dave is a cool, consistent
player who will prove a great asset
to this year's squad. The other jun-
ior, Wayne Thompson, was captain
of the Kalamazoo College cage sguad
and averaged 12 points per game.
He also played first string on an all-
star team that whipped the Harlem
Globe Trotters. His specialty is one-
handed shots, at which he is ex-
Ensign To Play
Roundig out the squad we have
Ensign H rm Heunessey, who played
three years of varsity basketball at !
Carnegie Tech. Ensign Heunessey is
in the Post-Graduate School of
After a week's practice Bill Bar-
clay, assistant coach, said that the
team looked rather spotty, but that
the daily workouts are ironing out
the kinks in the team's play. In con-
clusion, Barclay stated that Michi-
gan should have .a successful cage
ceedings from the sidelines because
of injuries. They were Elroy Hirsch,
George Kraeger, Rudy Smeja and
Fred Negus. All, however, are expec-
ted to be ready for the game on Sat-
If yesterday's practice is a hint of
what is coming on Saturday, Wiscon-
sin seems headed for another one-
sided defeat. Even though Coach
Harry Stuhldreher of Wisconsin
knows every move. of his transplant-
ed Badgers his task seems an impos-
sible one as Elroy Hirsch, Fred Ne-
gus, Jack Wink and the rest of the
old Wisconsin players will be out to
show their old coach just how much
they have improved in the last year.
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