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THURSDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1949.

TllE. 1MCIC~AN DME Y,

PAGE THREE

THUrSDY, DECEMBER.. 1,. .1949 PAn,..GE ....iYrY11r1..Y.U....1!.

Eight Men Still Trying
For Varsity Cage Berths
With two more days of practice an experienced pivot performer.
remaining before the season sIf necessary to combat height de-
opener against the Michigan State ficiencies, either one of the two
cagers, eight men are still ithe men can be employed at a forward
running for the starting posi- berth.
tions on the Michigan five. Coach Ernie McCoy's biggest
Captain Mack Suprunowicz and problem of the practice season has
Hal Morrill, both opening their been finding a pair of guards to
fourth year of Varsity competi-_
tion, are virtually certain to hold
starting roles against the Spar- Basket ball Clinic
tans. * 4 . Officials of University
SUPRUNOWICZ, third high high School announced yes-
scorer in the Western Conference terday that they will hold a
last year, is expected to team with basketball clinic in their
either Jim Skala or Bob Olson at gymnasium tonight in co-
thefrwJmards. Boperation with the Huron
the forwards. Valley Officials Association.
Skala has made the conver- While the clinic is primarily
sion from football to the cage for U high parents and
sport quite well and is the only frUHg aet
sophomore in line for a start- alumni, all other basketball
ing berth. Olson saw a limited fans are invited. Michigan
amount of action with the Maize students are especially wel-
and Blue cagers last year. come.
Okne position where there is
depth of talent is the center where replace the departed Pete Elliott
Leo VanderKuy and Don McIntosh and Bob Harrison who were fix-
are vying for the starting assign- tures for four years. Their skill
ment. VanderKuy was Michigan's and experience is hard to match.
third high scorer in the conference Morrill who served as a regular
last year as a sophomore while Mc- forward last year gives height and
Intosh was a starting forward on experience to the position and is
the 1947-48 combination that won expected to team with either
the Big Nine title. Chuck Murray or Bill Doyle. Both
* * Doyle and Murray saw limited
VANDERKUY has a height ad- Varsity action last year.
vantage at 6' 5" but McIntosh is
_____ _____________ LATE HOCKEY SCORES
SWIMINGSCHEULEDetroit 3, Boston 0
SWIMMING SCHEDULE ew York 5, Montreal 2
1949-50
Dec. 10-Michigan AAU here DO YOU KNOW ... that Michi-
Jan. 14-Purdue here gan has beaten Notre Dame nine
Jan. 21-Minnesota there times?
Feb. 4-Northwestern there
Feb. 8-Michigan State there HAPPY TIMES:
Feb. 18-Iowa here ___________
Feb. 25-Ohio State there
Mar. 2-3-4-Big Ten Meet here V S 1 1if
March 23-24-25-NCAA Meet,
OSU
March 30, 31, April 1-NAAU
to be decided. TrasT p
By HUGH QUINN
Michigan swimming coach Matt
Mann is a happy man this week,
and he traces his exuberance to
" * the performances of his 1949-50
tank squad in the first regular
time trials Tuesday.
"I'm very happy about the
times today," Mann said. "We'll
have a good season, and if we
don't win the Conference, we'll at
least see who does!"
HE WAS especially pleased with
the times of five sophomores.
Breast stroker Stew Elliott turned
in the top performance of the
afternoon. Elliott. is swimming
better now than ex-Wolverine star
Bobby Sohl did in his sophomore
year.
And Elliott was the Wiscon-
sin high school swimmer that
they said "would never go any-
where in collegiate competition."
Another breast stroker, John
Davies of Sidney, Australia, also
swam an encouraging time Tues-
day. Davies will not be eligible

Irish Named To Three
AP All-American Spots
Ortmann, Wistert On Second, Third Teams,
Heneveld,_Kempthorn Receive Mentions

NEW YORK - ( P) - Notre
Dame's all conquering football le-
gions placed three men on the As-
sociated Press 1949 All-America,
a domination surpassed in recent
years only by Army's contribution
of five in 1945.
A fourth Notre Dame star, Bob-
by Williams, was a close contender
for the first team places won by
his teammates, Emil Sitko, full-
back; Leon Hart, end; and Jim
Martin, tackle.
* * *
DOAK WALKER, triple threat
spark of Southern Methodist,
made the All-American for the
third year in a row, and Charlie
Justice of North Carolina placed
in the backfield for the second
time.
Arnold Galiffa, Army's smooth
quarterback, edged out Williams
for the first team. Rod Franz of
California is back at guard for
the second year. The first team
is rounded out with Clayton
Tonnemaker, t h e Minnesota
giant, at center; Oklahoma's
Wade Walker at tackle; James
(Froggy) Williams at end; and
John Schweder of Pennsylvania
at guard.
Michigan placed Charley Ort-

mann in the second team back-
field, and Alvin Wistert was named
as tackle on the third team. Dick
Kempthorn was given honorable
mention at fullback, and Lloyd
Heneveld received honorable men-
tion at guard.
The 1949 All-America was se-
lected on the advice and recom-
mendations of more than 250
sports editors, radio broadcasters
and AP staff writers. It represents
a trend toward a younger lighter
team. Even though it has three
men of 25, its average age is 22.8
years,
Watch This Paper
for
PHILIP MORRIS
SCOR ECAST
WINNERS !

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LEON HART ,WADE WALKER JOHN SCHWEDER TONNEMAKER ROD FRANZ JIM MARTIN JAMES WILLIAMS
Notre Dame Oklahoma Pennsylvania Minnesota California Notre Dame Rice
AP Second, Thrd ATl-AmeriCa Team

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ess Mann.
until next semester, hence will
miss the first two meets.
TWO free stylers, Dick Martin
and Jim White, stood out among
the sophomore prospects. Martin
is from Dearborn, and White did
his high school swimming right
here in Ann Arbor.
Encouraging also were the
times of five returning free
stylers: Matt Mann 111, Gus
Stager, Dav e Neisch, Tom
Coates, and Dave Tittle.
The fifth sophomore who im-
pressed Mann Tuesday was Dick
Howell, a back stroker from
SPORTS
S PW _ R fT
BOB VOKAC, Night Editor
Saginaw. Howell should fit nice-
ly into the returning back stroke
team of Jack Arbuckle, Tom
Smith, and Bernie Kahn.
KAHN, incidentally, is still a
sophomore, although he won an
M' as a first semester soph the
second half of last season.
Reliable Charlie Moss, veteran
from last year, swam several good
races-in different events. Pri-
marily a breast stroker, versatile
Charlie also swims a fast free
style, and he is an ideal man for
the individual medley relay.

SECOND TEAM POSITION THIRD TEAM
J. D. Isom, Baylor........................END .................... Tom Rowe, Dartmouth
Bob Gain, Kentucky....................TACKLE.............ALVIN WISTERT, MICHIGAN
Don Mason, Michigan State ...... .........GUARD ...............Jack Lininger, Ohio State
Jim Castagnoli, Stanford ...............CENTER .............. Vern Sterling, Santa Clara
Stanley West, Oklahoma .................. GUARD ............Bernard Barkouskie, Pittsburgh
Ray Krouse, Maryland .................... TACKLE ....................... Louis Allen, Duke
Bud Sherrod, Tennessee .................... END .................... Robert Wilson, Wisconsin.
CHARLES ORTMANN, MICHIGAN .........BACK ........................ Bob Zastrow, Navy
Bob Celeri, California ...................... BACK ....................... Eddie Price, Tulane
Hillary Chollet, Cornell .................... BACK ...................... John Papit, Virginia
Bob Williams, Notre Dame................BACK ...................... John Karras, Illinois

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Selection of Miller, Cochrane'
Provides Athletic Pilot Query

PHILADELPHIA -(P)- Mickey
Cochrane and Bing Miller were
named coaches of the Philadelphia
Athletics yesterday in a move that
stirred new speculation as to di-
rection of the club after 86-year-
old Connie Mack steps down as
manager.
Miller's appointment had been
expected. But the choice of Coch-
rane was a complete surprise to
baseball circles.

1938, declared no promises had
been made regarding any job other
than as pitching coach.
Connie Mack, Sr., said nothing
other than that he will manage the
club in 1950 - his 50th season at
the helm of the A's.
I, it

Rookie Standouts
NEW YORK-(P-Pitcher Don
Newcombe of the Brooklyn Dod-
gers and outfielder Roy Sievers
of the St. Louis Browns yesterday
were named the outstanding rook-
ies of the 1949 baseball season by
the Baseball Writers' Association
of America.
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