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PAGE SIXTEEN

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1950

OUTLOOK BRIGHT:
Soph Standouts Bolster Track Team

MSC All-Opponents Named

By BYRLE ABBIN

EAST LANSING-The Univer-
sity of Michigan's football captain,
tackle Al Wahl; was selected on a
Michigan State College all-op-
ponent team otherwise dominated
by Maryland and Notre Dame, the

Michigan's track squad, seeking
the top rung in Big Ten and Na-
tional track prominence, has been
bolstered considerably this year by
the addition of numerous stand-
outs from last year's well-balanc-
ed freshman team.
Prime among these present soph
cindermen is Van Bruner, a top
notch hurdler- whose possibilities
have high boundaries. He is look-
ed upon to give varsity stalwarts
such as Don Hoover, Wally Atchi-
son, and Jim Mitchell a tough fight

for top billing among the Wolver-
ine skippers.
* *' *
AND NOT to be outdone in this
phase is Dave THill, a present Mich-
igan footballer who holds prep rec-
ords in both the 120 yard high hur-
dles and 200 yard low hurdles, as
well as the broad jump record for
Mishigan high schools.
The mile relay quarter, which
has been a problem for the last
few years, has brightened up
considerably with such runners

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FOR BETTER QUALITY,

as Al Rankin, Bill Graefen, Joe
La Rue coming into the picture.
These three, along with Karl
Newman, now converted to an 880
man, composed last year's fresh-
man mile relay team which broke
the frosh record by posting a 3:25.3
time.
MORE IMPORTANT is the fact
that the old frosh record was held
by present varsity mile record-
holding team. Thus team with Bill
Conrad, a junior sprinter, these
sophs present the hope of clear-
ing up the mile relay problem.
Another weak spot, the high
jump has been raised from prac-
tically nil to a very positive as-
set with the addition of Russ
Tuttle and Lowell Perry to the
squad. Tuttle clears 6' 2" con-
sistently, and Perry, star Wolver-
ine end, comes close to this mark.
Perry also doubles as a broad-
jumper.
Terry Knulf and Dave Stinson
lead the soph sprinters, bringing
plenty of depth into this event,
and also provide the necessary
manpower, along with Art Henrie
and Billl Conrad, for sprint relay
teams.
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A BIG HOLE in the team, the
loss of Charlie Fonville in the
shot put, has been mar'. less ser-
ious with the appearance of George
Hammond and Ben Pedersen as
weight men.
The distance events, one of the
strongest of Michigan's events
has been even further enhanced
with Delance Hyde in the mile,
and Bob Guise and Bill Buck
in the two mile.
The only event that the sophs
were not too strong in, the pole
vault, as ably manned by two vete-
rans Tom Emblad and Russ.Oster-
man.
Coach Canham's rebuilding pro-
gram has fully come into view with
this influx of a well balanced group
of soph tarckmen, and by all ap-
pearances these underclassmen
will not only give their teammates
a fight for positions, but will also
give Michigan opponents plenty of
trouble in the ensuing indoor track
season.

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two teams which gave the Spar-
tans their hardest battles.
Three Maryland players and an
equal number of fighting Irish.
along with two Minnesota line-
men and two other players
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NEW SURROUNDINGS-Cliff Keen, (right) Michigan wrestling coach instructs his charges in the
intricacies of the mat game in their new quarters in the basement of the Sports Building.
'M' Wrestlers OccuyNew Quarters
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300 S. Fifth Ave.

Phone 2-3123

By CY CARLTON
Several new features have been
added to the physical attributes
of Michigan wrestling this year.
The most important new ac-
quisition is the new ivrestling
room, replacing the antiquated
quarters on the balcony of Yost
Field House where Michigan grap-
plers have toiled for over 25 years.
THE NE-W QUARTERS in the
basement of the I-M building are
enhanced' with many features
which make them one of the most
complete grappling rooms in thel
Western Conference.

ture noticeably lacking in the old
fieldhouse quarters.
* * *
THE DRESSING ROOMS are
adjacent to the actual matted sur-
face and there is an ante-room
provided for equipment.
However, the room is not the
only major change for the Maize
and Blue wrestlers. This season,
they are shedding the ancient
sweat suit outfits which have
been used for practice for as
long as the oldest living Michi-
gan sports fan cares to remem-
her, in favor of skin-tight blue
trunks with knee guards of the
same color.

safety policy inaugurated by
Coach Cliff Keen this season.
These conditions should "ma-
terially improve the early season
conditioning of our wrestlers ac-
cording to Coach Keen.

717 North University

Near Hill Auditorium

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The room, which formerly This important change was ef-
served for Intramural boxing fected in order to improve the ap-
and indoor golf driving is com- pearance of the wrestling practice
pletely covered with a new blue sessions as well as improve the
mat, with a plastic covering. grip handling of the grapplers.
The walls are cushioned with ALL WRESTLERS are also re-j
Yellow matting and the entire quired to wear ear and head
room is lighted adequately, a fea- guards during practice, a new
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LACK OF DEPT H iHURTS:
Grapplers to Meet Todo inOpener

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By BOB CARPENTER
Michigan's varsity wrestling
squad will open its season against
Toledo on Dec. 16 at Yost Field
House.
Coach Cliff Keen, who is start-
ing his twenty fifth year as head
Wolverine grappling mentor, ex-
pects the, squad to be in good
shape for its first dual meet.
HOWEVER, he is handicapped
by a lack of depth in the 123, 130,
and 137 pound classes although
first string strength is adequate.
But Keen has hopes that some
eager aspirants will come out and
fill up these vacancies.
With the return of such regu-
lars as captain Bill Stapp, Dave
Space, Joe Planck and Larry
Nelson, the Maize and Blue
prospects look bright.
Captain Stapp had the added
distinction of placing second in
the 155 pound class in last year's
Big Ten Tournament to help
Michigan tie for third place with
Minnesota.
* * *
Space and Nelson will wrestle
in their customary 147 and 130
pound slots, while Planck will
probably see most of his action

at 177 pounds, althoug h h has
wrestled in the heav yweight divm-i
sion.
Moose Dunn, who ' d a
jay-vee ieter las v' hs the
nod in the hav."we'h" clais .
Also couniedl on by Coach Keen
are Joe Kosik and BrEad Stone at
123 pounds, Jack Gallon who can
make his weigt either at 130 or

The first meet with Toledo
shouldn't be too severe a test of
the Wolverines' chances for the
season. Last year the varsity
swept most of the events in
swamping them 25-9, and To-
ledo doesn't show signs of much
improvement this year.
In Big Ten competition thel

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* versatile Illinois, Michigan State,j
BUD HOLCOMBE will probably and Ohio'State squads. The Illini
wrestle at 167 pounds, but can be shaded the varsity by a score of
shifted back to 157 if necessary. 14-11 last year and shortly after-
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f or the 167 pound division. Wolverines their worst defeat of
The Wolverines will not be the season, 18-6. However,bthe
hampered by many changes in Maize and Blue bounced back,
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only major one being the addi- its final meet 14-13.
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If the Michigan grapplers con- pointed its opponents, 174-96,
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to their new quarters in the base- 'only master 15 points to tie for
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ents as Navy, Iowa, and Ohio Maize and Blue's first worry is the
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