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17 "1947

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Wolverines En Route to
First Conference Game
Knee Injury May Keep Kempthorn Out;
Captain Hilkene Ready to Play Tomorrow

Wildcat B'SquadPlays Host
To Michigan Reserves Today
Anxious to get Dack on the vi- Dick Strauss and Dave Gom
tory wagon after that 13-0 drub-
bing at the hands of Michigan will start at the tackles as
State last Friday, the Wolverine B along side of guards Bob Ba
squad travels to Evanston. I and Ralph Salucci who have 1
nois today to meet a powerful given the nod for today's gal
Wildcat aggregation. Don Nichols is slated for the c
In order to strengthen the team ter position.
defensively and to get some spark John Ghindia will assume qu
into the offensive attack, Coach terback responsibilities w
Ceithaml has made several Chuck Lenz and Al Noble ope:
changes in his starting lineup. ing at the halves. The star
Hugh. Mack will play at right fullback has not been selected
end instead of at his usual quar- but Hank Stapp, Conrad Kuz
terback post. John Anderson will and John Combes are all expel
anchor the other end of the line. to see action in the plunging s

By MURRAY GRANT
It seems a trifle premature to
start worrying over next year's
Wolverine gridiron prospects, but
every day there are a good num-
ber of men out on the Ferry Field
grass thinking about just that
principle.
Men like Wally Weber, freshman
coach, and George Ceithaml, jay-
vee mentor, are the leaders in
this talent hunt, while all the
coaching staff, headed by Coach
Crisler, keep their eyes open for
potential varsity material.
Weber, handling the frosh,
is a seasoned scout and an ex-
pert on the fine points that go
r to make up a good football pros-
pect. He goes over the perform-
ances of each of his charges
with the varsity coaches and
though his team does not par-
ticipate in any sort of schedule
he drills them daily in all the
Michigan plays.
From this jayvee squad, under
the guidance of Ceithaml and Gib
Holgate, come the varsity replace-
mfents' and the regulars of nextI
year. On this year's varsity are
such men as Don Kuick, John
Ghindia, Lloyd Heneveld, Kurt
Kampe, Don McClelland, Irv Wis-
niewski and Bob Hollway, who
were mainstays of the 1946 jay-
vees.
In addition to these' men'
you'll find the names of some of
this year's jayvee eleven crop-
ping up in the varsity lineup.
This past weekend Johnny An-

dersen, Dick Strauss, Al Fitch
and Chuck Lentz all played al-
most sixty minutes against the
Michigan State B team and then
returned the next day to play
part of the last half against
Pittsburgh.
Andsnext year's varsity may
have the names of many of the
'47 jayvees on the roster. Sopho-
mores who will have plenty of
eligibility are Dave Gomberg,
Gerry Brielmaier, Jim Atchison
and Bob Marshall, tackles; John
Maturo and Bob Twining, guards;
and backs Norm Jackson, Jim
Morrish and Al Noble.
Still another group of po-
tential varsity material is work-
ing out on the Ferry Field prac-
tice area. These are the inelig-
ibles, those men who, because
of the new rules governing
transfer students, are unable to
participate in any athletic con-
test for a year afteratheir trans-
fer. Among these are Bob Bart-
lett, a mainstay of last season's
Navy team and Byron Lasky,
first string center at Albion a
year ago.
And over to one side of the
practice area one can see the
"little Wolverines," the 150-pound-
ers, working out. Here, you may
say the coaches will find no var-
sity material, but consider if you
will that Hank Fonde tips the
scales at only 158 and Bump El-
liott and Gene Derricotte, who
weighed in at 165 and 170 respec-
tively.

Daily-Lmanian
HEADED OFF . . . Wally Teninga, flashy Michigan tailback,
simply lost his head over the beautiful adagio form displayed by
Pete Fuderich, Pitt quarterback, in last Saturday's contest. Fuder-
ich waltzed into this scene just in time to break up a pass thrown
by Wolverine Pete Elliott.
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The little Wolverines," Michi-
gan's lightweights of the gridiron
got their first taste of competition
yesterday afternoon'in a scrim-
mage against a group of Wally
Weber's Freshmen
The blue-shirted 150 pounders
led by quarterback Charlie Ket-
terer exhibited a flashy deceptive
offensive that gave the red-shirted
Freshmen plenty of trouble. The
light-weights rolled up five touch-
downs and three extra-points dur-
ing the course of the afternoon.
Backfield Named
Pacing their attack alongside
KettererwereDoug Wicks and
Frank Whitehouse at the halfs
and Merl Englander, a speedy
fullback who packs plenty of
power.
Coach Cliff Keen substituted
'M'-Notre Dame
Get Bowl Bids
CLEVELAND, Oct. 16-(/)-
Notre Dame and the University
of Michigan tonight were ex-
tended bids to the first Great
Lakes Bowl game which the
Knights of Columbus plan to
hold here in December.
- A "substantial guarantee"
was offered the two schools in
telegrams sent to Frank Leahy,
Notre Dame mentor, and Her-
bert O. (Fritz) Crisler, coach
of the Wolverines.
Councilman Stephen Suhaj-
cik, president of the committee
in charge of the event, de-'
clared that "although we have
set Dec. 6 as the tentative date
for the Great Lakes Bowl game,
we could change that date to
suit Notre Dame and Michi-
gan."
Proceeds of the Powl con-
test will be used for athletic
promotion in Cleveland, Suhaj-
cik said.
(Fritz Crisler could not be
reached for comment last
night. However an unofficial
source stated that since the
Western Conference (which, of
course, includes Michigan) al-
ready has post-season commit-
ments with the Pacific Coast
Conference, the possibility of
such a contest is slight.

freely using more than two full
teams during the course of the
afternoon.
The line which had been caus-
ing the Wolverine menter the
most concern seems to be improv-
ing rapidly with several men do-
ing satisfactory work at every po-
sition.
Strong Line
The center position, which had
been the weakest spot in the line, I
is now being filled by three stand-
outs, George Bradley, Stan Emer-
ling, and Ed Freed while the tac-i
kle and guard posts are two deep
on either side of the line with rap-
idly improving men.
In the pass receiving depart-
ment Coach Keen is supplied with
several tall, speedy ends who are
always an offensive threat.
The lightweight mentor and his.
assistant George Allen seemed well
pleased with the progress of the
team and especially its perform-1
ance yesterday, but they are quick
to point out that the squad lacks
experience and still needs plenty3
of hard work.I
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MINNEAPOLIS Oct. 16-(AP)-1
Steve Silianoff, Minnesota's foot-7
ball captain and ace center, today<
was carried from the practice field
on a stretcher with a strained leg
muscle and trainers expressed
doubt he would be in the lineup
against Illinois at Champaign
Saturday.
Coach Bernie Bierman put War-
ren Beson into the pivot spot,
spelled by Clayton Tonnemaker
for the balance of the afternoonI
workout.
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Working both offensively and
defensively against a white-shirt-
ed Jayvee squad, the Wolverine
football team wound up their Ann
Arbor practice sessions yesterday
in preparation for tomorrow's
game with the Wildcats of North-
western at Evanston.
Although they did not scrim-
mage, the squad ran through a
dummy work-out with little body
contact.
Names Traveling Squad
Coach Herbert O. "Fritz" Cris-
ler announced that a squad of 36
men would makeuthe Northwest-
ern trip. At the quarterback spots
will be Howie Yerges, Pete Elliott
and George Kiesel, while Bob
Chappuis, Bump Elliott, Gene Der-
ricotte, Hank Fonde, Wally Ten-
inga and Don Kuick will be the
halfbacks making the jaunt. Four
fullbacks, Jack Weisenburger, Tom
Peterson, Dick Kempthorn and
Norm Jackson are on the travel-
ling squad.
On the line, Crisler is taking
seven ends, Bob Mann, Lenny
Ford, Ed McNeill, Dick Rifenburg,
Donn Hershberger, Bob Hollway
and Irv Wisniewski. The tackles
Greene House
Tops in IoM
Track Meet
Greene House won the residence
hall outdoor track championship
yesterday by gathering 29 1/3
points while Lloyd House took
second with 20 markers..
Taking four first places and
tying for another Greene House
unveiled a promising freshman
named Jim Mitchell who, run-
ning barefoot, won both the
high and low hurdles with the
excellent times of 8.7 seconds in
the highs and 8.0 in the lows.
Don Murray took first in the
100 yd. dash in 11.5 seconds,
and Frank Sutton won the 440
in 57.2 for the champions.
The other Greene first was in a
three way tie for the high jump in
which George Jackson matched
Claude Puffer, Tyler House, and
R. Kenyon, Vaughan House at 5
ft. 3 inches.
Lloyd House had two standouts
in its runner-up position as Dave
Bunce won the half-mile in 2 min-
utes and 13.8 seconds and Blaine
Ingram took the mile in 5 minutes
and 12.6 seconds.
Finishing third was Chicago
House with 16 ' points and two
first places. Jack Raymond took
the pole vault in 10 ft. 1 inch,
and Al Farnsworth won the
broad jump with a 17 ft. ten
inch jump.
Only other blue ribbon winner
was Walt Keeler of Michigan
House who threw the shot put 37
ft. 11 inches.
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making the trip will be Bill Prit-
ula, Captain Bruce Hilkene, Ralph
Kohl, Al Wistert, Pete Dendrinos
and George Johnson.
Dom Tomasi, Quent Sickels, Joe
Soboleski, Lloyd Heneveld, Stu
Wilkins and Don McClelland are
the guards carried. At center there
will be J. T. White, Jim Brieske,
Dan Dworsky and Bob Erben.
Jayvee Promoted
Norm Jackson, one of the four
fullbacks being carried, is a recent
promotion from the jayvee squad.
Eleven other jayvees will be in
uniform tomorrow ready for ac-
tion if needed.
Fullback Dick Kempthorn, who
suffered a knee injury in last Sat-
urday's game against Pitt, is being
carried on the squad, but accord-
ing to Coach Crisler, it is doubt-
ful as to whether he will see ac-
tion against the Wildcats.
Hilkene Ready
The other Wolverine injury,
Bruce Hilkene v'ho was handi-
capped with a charley-horse dur-
ing the week appeared to be in
shape for tomorrow's contest.
The Michigan squad left this
Imorning at 7:55 and will arrive
in Chicago early enough to go
through workouts this afternoon
at the stadium.
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