THE MICHIGAN DAILY
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1950
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LOKEJN LOOKS FOR GOOD SEASON:
Two Champs Bolster Gymnasts
* * *
Buchanan, Barthell To Provide
Nucleus for Wolverine Squad
By JOE EPSTEIN rently holds the Western Confer-
Twenty gymnast aspirants are ence trampoline crown. He will be
practicing daily at the Intramural out this year to re-capture the
Building in preparation for the other three members of the Big
winter season. Four of trampolining.
Although the regularly schedul- * *
ed gymnastic meets will not begin BARTHELL, AN all - around
until February, the Wolverines are around gymnast, last year took
working hard to develop new rou- second places for tumbling and
tines and perfect form for the the parallel bars in the NCAA
tough season ahead of them. Championship meet. He w-ll be
* * *
featured on the cover of a com-
NEWTLOKEN, Michigan gym- ing issue of the Athletic Journal.
nastic mentor, is looking forward The January issue of that
to another successful season this maganrwhicfuesfthat
year. magazine, which features the art
y tai. Eof tumbling, will use an action
Captain Ed Buchanan, the picture spread of Barthell on the
only man ever to hold the West- cover, and will contain an illus-
ern Conference, Western Open, trated story about Barthell, and
NCAA and NAAU trampoline Tom Tillman a member of last
championships in one year, and ,
Pete Barthell, holder of the year's gymnastic squad.
Western Conference parallel bars Barthell will join distinguished
tilte, will be the nucleus around company as a cover boy for the
which Loken will build this magazine, which will also soon fea-
year's squad. ture Ray Eliot, Illinois football
yucansaocetcoach, and Kentucky '-sketball
Buchanan, once termed by Lo- mentor, Adolph Rupp.
ken as a "typical champion," cur- Connie Ettl, another all-around
For Cage Lift
Capt. Murray to Lead
Cagers Into Opener
. . . cover boy.
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"JOAN OF PACKIN
WEST POINT -(R)- Though
they are innocent of misdeed, the
Navy football players will get hit
just a little harder than usual on
Saturday at Philadelphia. That is,
even harder than is customary in
an Army-Navy game, conceding
that is possible.
The reason is that, up here, they
are not happy over the outcome
of the final Associated Press poll
which ranked the Oklahoma Soon-
ers the Nation's No. 1 college team,
ahead of Army. The Cadets will
be out to show 'em.
THERE IS nothing official about
this feeling of chagrin, but it is
thinly disguised. Coach Earl (Red)
Blaik has said emphatically that
he doesn't care where his great
unbeaten team stands in the AP
poll-but he does.
The Cadets feel they are the
best, and they were bitterly dis-
appointed when the atrocious
weather at Palo Alto prevented
their giving a full demonstration
of their talents against Stanford
two Saturdays ago. They were,
frankly, prepared to give the In-
dians the business.
Blaik illustrated on a blackboard
the nine-man defensive line set
up by Stanford to stop Army's
running attack. He said that af-
ter the game he commented to a
Stanford coach that, of course,
they wouldn't have set up such a
defense on a dry field.
gymnast, will see much action in
meets this season.
OTHER PROBABLE members
of the varsity will be Jeff Knight,
Monroe Rovland and Bob Checkly
on the side horse; tumblers Don
Hurst and Fred Thompson; Remo
Boila, Stickney Davidson and Don
Mitchell on the parallel bars; and
Johnny Mills and Bob Wiley, who
will work on the high bar.
Two home meets are scheduled
for this year, with Ohio State
and Illinois. In contests away
from home, the Wolverines will
meet Minnesota, Michigan State
and Wisconsin. The Badgers will
also be host to the annual West-
ern Conference championships
on March 24.
The AA championships are
set for A Arbor \on March 30
'nThe first in rasquad meet of the
season will be held at 4:00 p.m.
on Friday in the small gymnasium
of the IM Building.
THE METHOD of scoring meets
has been changed this year, ac-
cording to Loken. Form and dif-
ficulty of maneuvers will this year
count for 50 points apiece; pre-
viously 60 points were awarded for
form, and 40 for difficulty of the
Loken praised his squad this
year for the interest which they
have shown thus far in practice.
Loken declared that Michigan
will be weakest this year in the
tumbling and trampoline events
because of the large gap left by
the graduation of Tillman and
Gordon Levenson, another of last
year's varsity stars.
For Bowl Trip
Michigan's Rose Bowl plans
neared completion yesterday with
the fixing of practice and travel
Athletic Director Herbert O.
(Fritz) Crisler announced that the
Wolverines will resume regular
workouts in Ann Arbor on Decem-
* * *
BOWL REGULATIONS permit
only 16 ,official practice days so
the team will spend six here oefor2
its departure by train on the af-
ternoon of December. 18.
Arrival in California is sche-
duled for the 20th after which
will come ten strenuous days of
drills prior to the battle itself.
The squad will be made up of
44 players. Two of them, defensive
end Ozzie Clark and fullback
back Ralph Straffon, will be un-
able to leave until the 23rd. They
are students in the medical school.
IT IS expected that they will fly
to the Coast to join the team when
their classwork is completed. Cris-
ler will travel the air route this
weekend to arrange for practice,
facilities and lodgings.
Meanwhile, team members are
remaining in condition with var-
ious activities. Les Popp, Dick
Aartila, Bob Dingman and Jim
Skala are working with Ernie
McCoy's basketball candidates.
Skala is expected to play a big
role in the cage picture after the
Other gridders are participating
in track workouts at the Yost
Fieldhouse and still others are us-
ing the I-M facilities to stay in
With a non-conference sched-
ule of varying difficulty present-
ing itself in the month of Decem-
ber for Ernie McCoy's Wolverine
cagers, the Maize and Blue will
have ample time to find out which
way the wind blows in 1950-51.
As far as making the non-Big
Ten card a successful one, McCoy
will be depending upon three or
four men who won their spurs
last season and who should pro-
vide the seasoning the inexperi-
enced men will lack.
LEADING THE parade of let-
termen (although it's one of the
shortest parades in recent years),
is Chuck Murray, the captain-
Murray was a consistent play-
er at guard last season, with his
defensive work and rebound-
ing his standout features. Al-
though small for a college ball
player (he stands 5'11"), Mur-
ray managed to score 147 points
against both conference and
non-conference opponents to
wind up fifth among the Wol-
verines in that department.
Joining Murray from the ranks
of last year's first string is 'Leo
Vanderkuy, 6'5" center. Vander-
kuy, who blew hot and cold in
both the point scoring and re-
bounding departments at the be-
ginning of last season, improved1
tremendously and will be counted
on this year for a major share
of the scoring burden.
Behind these two experienced
men, Jim Skala, who looks like
a great potential cager and often
realized those potentialities in
1949-50, will be around again if
his grid duties permit, and will
probably see a lot of action at
forward during the course of the
Big Ten season. Skala is working
out with McCoy's men now, but
may be on the Wolverine Rose
THE FOURTH returning vet-
eran is Bob Olson, who is prob-
ably better known for his ex-
cellence on the golf course, but
who saw limited cage action last
season. Olson, a forward, has a
good jump shot and plays aggres-
sive ball. He's also tall enough to
somewhat ease McCoy's height
problem, standing over the 6'2"
These returning veterans will
form the nucleus of a Michigan
team which is at present some-
thing of an unknown quantity.
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DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Dec.4-Prtt &Whiney ir- chol (ntions lrges boadin
The Daily Official Bulletin is asn
official publication of the University
of Michigan for which the Michigan
Daily assumes no editorial responsi-
bility. Publication in it is construc-
tive notice to all members of the Uni-
versity. Notices should be sent~ in
TYPEWRITTEN form to Room 2552
Administration Building, by 3 p.m. on
the day preceding publication (11 a.-
THURSDAY, NOV. 30, 1950
EDec. 4-Pratt & Whitney Air- School (nation's largest boarding
craft, East Hartford, Connecticut: school), Brigham City, Utah, is
Request Aero and Mech candidates seeking elementary-trained teach-
for BS in February. ers. Applicants must have at least
Dec. 5, 6-Chance Vought Air- 24 semester hours in Education, 12
craft, Dallas, Texas: Request Aero of which must be in Elementary
and Mech candidates for BS and Education, and not be oyer 40
MS in February or June. years of age. For further infor-
Dec. 7-Boeing Airplane Com- mation contact the Bureau of Ap-
pany, Seattle, Washington: Re- j pointments, 3528 Administration
quest Aero and Elec candidates for Bldg.
VOL. LXIINo. 56 BS and MS in February.
Dec. 11, 12-Air Materiel Com-
Notices mand, Wright Field, Dayton, Ohio
Request Aero., Elec., Mech., and
Engineering Students: The fol- Met. candidates for BS and MS
lowing is a schedule of interviews.in February..
to be held in the Aeronautical En- ----r
gineering Department, Room 1521, Summer Camp Positions: Di-
E. Engineering Bldg., from Decem- rector of Camp North Star, Stu-
ber 4 through December 12. The ben, Michigan, will be at the Bur;.
interview schedules will be posted _ _ . . , . ..-1
The Bureau of Appointments
has received information concern-
ing the opportunities for college
women to become regular army
officers. For further information
call at the Bureau of Appoint-
ments, 3528 Administration Build-
on the Aeronautical bulletin board,
and applications may be obtained
from the departmental office,
Room 1079, E.E.
eau of Appointments, Fri., Dec. Interviews:
1, 3:30 to 5 p.m. to interview can- A representative from the Ar-
didates for the following positions:
experienced Waterfront Director; mour and Company, Chicago, will
assistant with Water Safety In- be interviewing February and
structor's Rating and high skill in1 June graduates at the Bureau of
teaching sailing, canoeing, andl Appointments on Tues., Dec. 5.
boating; canoe trip specialist; sev- They are interested in organic and
eral cabin counsellors, men and physical chemists on PhD. level,
women, experience p re fe r r e d; chemists on B.S. and M.S. level,
someone to teach Riflery with an pharmacologist on PhD. level, food
NRA Instructor's rating; young technologists on B.S.. and M.S.
men to work on kitchen staff; and level pharmacists with B.S. de-
both a Registered Nurse and a Igee, pharmacits andhBSnes
Doctor. For appointment call atj grees, accountants and business
3528tAdm.nFr aponBmlng cal or administration majors interested
3528 Administration Building in administrative training, me-
call extension 2614. chanical and electrical engineers
interested in working toward po-
Bureau of Appointments: sition of Master Mechanic, chem-
The Intermountain I n d i a n ists, chemical and mechanical en-
__gineers interested in supervisory
work in production department,
and sales trainees with any edu-
A representative from the Com-
monwealth Associates, Jackson,
Michigan, will be interviewing
electrical, mechanical, and civil
engineers at the Bureau of Ap-
pointments on Tues., Dec. 5.
For further information and ap-
pointments call at the Bureau of
Appointments, 3528 Administra-
The William W. Cook Lectures
on American Institutions. Sixth
Series, "Democracy and the Eco-
nomic Challenge," Dr. ROBERT
MORRISON MacIVER, Lieber
P r o f e s s o r of Political Philo-
sophy and Sociology, Columbia
Fourth lecture, "Democracy and
the Socialized Economy." Thurs.,
Nov. 30, 4:15 p.m., Rackham Am-
Fifth and final lecture, "Con-
clusions for America." 4:15 p.m.,
Fri., Dec. 1, Rackham Amphithe-
Seminar in Applied Mathemat-
ics Thurs., Nov. 30, 4 p.m., Room
247, W. Engineering Bldg. Prof.
J. Okabe, Kyushu University, Fu-
kuka, Japan, will speak on "Ap-
proximate Calculations of Lamin-
ar Wake behind a Flat Plate and
Algebra I Seminar: Thurs., Nov.
30, 4 p.m., Room 3001, Angell Hall.
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