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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1947

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Backfield Big Question Mark
As Squad Prepares for Scrap
With Grand Rapids JC Team
A dearth of hard-chargin' I ;uckeyes of Ohio State on Noce

Old PEM Course
Gets Shot in Arm
New Golf, Sports Survey Courses
Supplemented by Visual-Aid Devices

ROUGH AND TUMBLE:
Englander, Whitehouse, Ketterer Standout
As 150-lb. SquadHolds Rugged Session

em.

backs seems to be the major prob
lem facing Coach Georp C&a
ml, mentor of the Wolverine Jay-
vees, as the squad begins to roun.
Into workable shape.
Six Games Listed
Coach Ceithaml announced tha'
the Jayvees will face a rough si
game schedule starting October
4 against Grand Rapids Junior
College. At the present moment
the chief concern facing th'
youthful mentor is the need of
one or two more hard plunging
backs.
The line shapes up as a rug-
ged, hard-hitting forward wall.
with ample and capable reserves;
but the loss of such men to the
varsity as Kurt Kampe, Irv Wis-
niewski, Stan Gutch, and Lloyd
Heneveld will certainly be felt.
Ceithaml Optimistic
Overall prospects, however, ap-
pear better than average accord-
ing to Coach Ceithaml and by the
time the first game rolls around
the team should be in excellent
condition.
After the first game against a
reportedly tough Grand Rapids
eleven, the Jayvees face Michigan
State's B squad on October 10,
and then travel to Northwestern
to meet the Wildcat Jayvees on
October 17.
Journey to Lansing
Two open weekends follow and
on November 7 they play a re-
turn game with MSC's Spartans in
Lansing. The next weekend, the
J..,vees journey with the varsity
to Wisconsin and meet the Bad-
ger B squad on November 15.
The final game of the season

er 21, the day before the var-
ity curtain-ringer.
I-M NEWS
Following the program insti-
uted last year, the Intramura)
lepartment will offer once more
'heir recreational facilities to thE
nen and coeds from 7:30-10 p.m.
tonight and subsequent Friday
rightsuwhen the building is not
aeing used.
Under the guidance of Bill Nuse,
the program includes swimming.
,olleyball, badminton, basketball,
and paddleball. Championship
skill is not a prerequisite for com-
ing down, only spirit and a desire
to play your favorite sport.
Tonight it is hoped, that there
All those who are gymnastic
aspirants are requested to re-
port to Newt Loken, the varsity
coach, at the Intramural
Building at any time.
will be enough participants to
form the nucleus of a regular
league of teams consisting of
three men and three women
apiece.
* * *
Entries will be accepted until
Oct. 5 for the undergraduate All-
campus and the graduate tennis
tournaments at the Intramural
Building. A ten cent deposit is
required when signing up for. the'
tourney which will be conducted
on a single elimination basis.
* * *
All professional fraternity ath-
letic managers are urged to attend
a meeting at 7:30 p.m., Monday
in Rm. 302 of the Michigan Union
to arrange a schedule for the
touch football league, play begin-

By DICK HURST
It may still look like Waterman
Gymnasium from the outside, but
inside it's different.
Under the direction of Dr.
Elmer D. Mitchell, chairman of
the physical education depart-
ment, the men's physical educa-
tion program has been remo-
deled to create new interest in
physical education and to in-
crease voluntary enrollments in
the classes.
Tradition was shattered when
the department inaugurated'
morning classes to facilitate par-
ticipation in the new athletic pro-
gram. These morning classes
have already gained extreme pop-
ularity.
Education in physical educa-
tion has become the depart-
ment's objective. Without los-
ing the element of conditioning
and recreation, the department
intends to teach the student

the rules, fundamentals, and et-
iquette of various sports. To
do this, a library of visual-aid
devices is to be made available.
Rather than lecture courses, the
Hogans and Budges of the va-
rious sports will be present to
instruct from the screen.
An entirely novel course, sports
survey, under the direction of
Varsity Golf Coach Bert Katzen-
meyer, has been met with much
enthusiasm. It is designed to de-
velop a sense of sport-apprecia-
tion in the spectator. Though the
course does not require active ath-
letic participation, it fills the
physical education requirement.
Sport films are to be used and
experts in refereeing and coaching
have been invited to instruct
this unusual sports class. After
Katzenmeyer educates some of
his male students in the art of
spectating, he hopes to make the
course available to the coed pop-
ulation.
Golf has also been added to
the long list of available winter

BERT KATZENMEYER-Mich-
igan golf coach who directs the
golf and sports survey courses
in the newly-revised physical
education program.
sports. At the moment, Coach
Katzenmeyer is instructing
twelve sections of free-swinging
golfers but has room for a few
morebeginners in a couple of
his sections.
The physical education depart-
ment invites any aspiring athletes
to get down to Waterman Gym
and take advantage of the ter-
rific program on hand.

Hard running and vicious tack-4
ling were the order of the day asj
Coach Cliff Keen put Michigan's
new 150 pound football team
through a heavy scrimmage in
which every man on the squad
saw action.
. The "little Wolverines" were
divided into four teams which
alternated offensive and defen-
sive play. Several long runs and
numerous interceptions sparked
the afternoon's workout.
Coach Keen and his assistant
George Allen kept a watchful eye
on each man on the squad in an
effort to makeha careful study of
the material they have available.
With a great number of the men
on the squad having little or no
previous varsity experience, Keen
has to start from scratch to weld
a smooth operating unit.
The outstanding play of backs
Merle Englander, Frank White-
house and Charlie Ketterer,
tackle Len Micka, and guard
Don O'Counel especially im-
pressed the coaches.
The 150 lb. squad coach empha-
sized the fact that he is still anx-
ious to have anyone who is in-
terested in playing on his squad
to report to himin Yost Field
house any weekday afternoon.
Besides the problem of select-
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Coach Keen is faced with the
difficulty of readying his men
for the weighing-in proceedure
which must necessarily accom-
pany lightweight football. Two

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must weigh-in at 150 pounds or
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By The Associated Press
BLOOMINGTON, Ind., Sept. 251
-Coach Bo McMillan emphasized
punt returns and blocking today
as the Indiana University football
squad went through a brief ta-
pering-off drill before embarking
on the trip to Saturday's season
opener with Nebraska at Lincoln.
The first team lineup today in-
dicated that McMillin's probable
starters Saturday would be Bob
Ravensburg and Lou Mihailovich
at ends; Jerry Mordecai and John

Goldsberry, tackles; Capt. Howard
Brown and Bob Harbison, guards;
Joe Polce, center;,Rex Grossman,
quarteriack; George Taliaferro
and Mel Groomes, halfbacks, and
Chick Jagade, fullback.
* * *

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Eliot said the Illini will field
a starting team which would in-
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EVANSTON, Ill., Sept. 25-
Pass offense and defense, kick-
off and punt returns were
stressed in today's drills as
Northwestern University's foot-
ball squad completed heavy
work for Saturday's opening
game with Vanderbilt.
Coach Bob Voigts said the
Wildcats would be at full
strength with the possible ex-
ception of Chuck Hagnann,
regular left tackle.

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